The Ghosts of the Lighthouse Trolley Tour continues this weekend. Board a MAC trolley and dare to take an evening tour down the ghostly path that leads to the Cape May Lighthouse. You’ll hear and experience Craig McManus’ paranormal findings during your journey. Once you reach your destination, you’ll feel the presence of the spirits at the Light. Whether you choose to climb or stay below, you’ll surely enjoy a ghostly experience.
The Ghost Hunt trolley runs Friday, Oct. 14; & Saturday, Oct. 15, 22 & 29: 8pm.
$20 adults, $15 children (3-12)
For more information call Call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org.
The City of Cape May issued a demolition permit for the Beach Theatre this morning. Demolition began this afternoon. The theatre stood on Cape May’s beachfront since September 1950, when it opened with Father of the Bride.
The Annual Mutt Strut was held on the Promenade Saturday, Sept. 17. Proceeds from the event go toward Animal Outreach of Cape May County, Inc. If you see your Mutt at the Strut, let us know so we can put a name to his/her mug.
Cape May’s new Convention Hall is beginning to shape up. City Manager Bruce MacLeod says the project is on target for its May 2012 opening.
Although storm clouds threatened and eventually brought the event to a sudden halt, Cape May City’s 9/11 10th Anniversary Remembrance completed its ceremony with, as Cape May Mayor Edward Mahaney remarked, a much larger than usual crowd in attendance. The event included music from the Cape Harmonaires as well as remarks from Mayor Mahaney, West Cape May Mayor Pam Kaithern and State Senator Jeff Van Drew.
Two Cape May Firefighters who went to New York City after Sept. 11 to aid New York firefighters, Lt. Alex Coulter and Firefighter Michael Eck, lowered an American Flag. Members of Boy Scout Troop 73 folded the flag.