An elegant evening was held at the 18th-19th century Whalers’ Cottages on Batts Lane for the Center for Community Arts. Hosts Chris and Dave Clemans held a wine tasting event featuring Argentine wines paired with grilled meats and fresh local seafood which was catered by the Washington Inn.
Cape May Stage held its summer fundraiser Saturday, June 19 at the Beach Club. The Sensations played classic summer beach tunes and guests shook, shimmied and danced the night away.
St. Mary-by-the-Sea celebrated its 100th anniversary at Cape May Point the weekend of June 4-6.. The sisters arranged a special salute, “Lifting the Creative Spirit & Tapping the Artist Within,” to celebrate their century of owning and operating the historic Saint Mary-by-the-Sea Retreat House overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Cape May Point. Artists, poets, photographers,… Read more »
Fishing is heating up here in Cape May and so are the offshore water temps! Water temperatures from the South Poorman’s to the Washington are up to approximately 80 degrees creating a good fishing environment. Big Eye tuna have made their presence known, as well as white marlin, some blue marlin and dolphin. We’ve had… Read more »
“Our Lady Star of the Sea School has educated Cape May’s children in the Catholic tradition for the last 92 years. On April 23, 2009 the teachers, parents, and children were given notice by the Camden Diocese that because of low enrollment and grim demographics for future enrollment, the 2009-2010 school year would be the… Read more »
In 1885 a schoolteacher, BJ Cigrand, of Fredonia, Wisconsin Public School, District 6, first originated the idea of celebrating the flag on June 14 – the 108th anniversary of the official adoption of The Stars and Stripes. He called the event, ‘Flag Birthday’. On June 14, 1891, the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia held a… Read more »
At a private reception Friday, June 4, art dealers John and Dawn DeMayo welcomed friends to the opening of their new gallery, Gallery D’May, at 305 Washington Street.
Cape May County Art League and the Gail Pierson Gallery put on a “Really Big Show!” which opened May 29. This month-long exhibition of work from the Cape May County Art League spotlights regional artists – all members of the League. All new juried work is on exhibit through the end of June. Founded in… Read more »
Drum, Drum, Drum! The fish are here, where are the anglers? The water temps are in the high 50’s, the weather has become much more like summer, air temps are in the 60’s at night and 80’s in the day. The striper bite has slackened in the last week or so. But the Drum bite… Read more »
Well is it that time of year already? If it’s June, it must be time for CapeMay.com’s annual look at Who’s New, Who’s Moved, Who’s Gone and who’s turned it over to someone new. We haven’t seen this much change in town in over three decades.