The Merion Inn hosted the 3rd Annual Jazz Brunch for Animal Outreach Sunday Nov. 21. Jazz and animal; lovers joined together to enjoy a hot southern-style brunch and cool jazz with jazz pianist George Mesterhazy, vocalist Paula Johns and friends providing the entertainment. Proceeds will help local no-kill animal foster/adoption service, Animal Outreach. This year’s celebrity bartenders were musician Gordon Vincent and veterinarian Dr. Bob Moffatt.
Photographs by Jennifer Brownstone Kopp
Congress Hall’s Christmas tree arrived on Friday from a private property in North Cape May on a flat bed truck. A crane was brought in to help place the tree into place as well as lots of man power. The tree is over 30 feet tall.
The East Lynne Theater Company celebrated both its 30th anniversary and the fact that its fundraiser fell on Veteran’s Day with a nod to the Stage Door Canteen. “Celebrity” guests read from scenes prepared for the entertainment of a sold out crowd at Aleathea’s Thursday, Nov. 11th. Celebrity guests included West Cape May Mayor Pam Kaithern, former Mainstay innkeeper Tom Carroll, Shirley Stiles, John Kelly of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, Margo Lassner and Glenn McBrearty.
Photographs by Jennifer Bownstone Kopp
Cape May’s very own George’s Place was featured on the Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives in the episode A Triple D Thanksgiving on November 15th. Guy Fieri was in town filming the episode this past August.
Fun Fact: The “Guy Ate Here” stencil can be seen on the back of the George’s building. Catch a glimpse of it the next time you’re in town!
Watch the episode
Original Airdate: November 15, 2010 at 10p.m. EST
Catch the reruns:
Nov 19, 2010, 9:00 PM ET/PT
Nov 20, 2010, 12:00 AM ET/PT
Nov 20, 2010, 5:00 PM ET/PT
Visit George’s for yourself!
301 Beach Ave
Cape May, NJ 08204
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A Winter Wonderland Warm-Up was held at Congress Hall Tuesday, Nov. 9 to help benefit the upcoming Dec. 4 West Cape May Christmas Parade. Hosted jointly by West Cape May Mayor Pam Kaithern, Cape May Mayor Ed Mahaney, Jr., and the staff of Congress Hall, hot chocolate and savory treats were offered to those attending.