Here is just a sampling of the floats and bands that marched in the West Cape May Christmas parade this year. The parade included everything from the U. S. Coast Guard band to local hero and baseball star Matt Czszur of the San Diego Padres. Dozens of fire fighting units were peppered in with floats… Read more »
This past weekend was the annual fireworks show and Kiwanis pancake breakfast on Saturday July 4 and the Independence Day Parade on Sunday July 5, on Beach Avenue. The 4th of July parade features the Coast Guard,floats, marching bands, Boy Scouts, Miss Cape May County Outstanding Teen, bicycle riders and the Cape May Fire Department.… Read more »
We love when the microcars are in town! Michelle spotted them in an appropriately micro parade down Beach Avenue.
Pretty Baby (under 2 years of age) 1st place: Giada Clerico 2nd place: Olivia Durante 3rd place: Leah McGarigle 4th place: Noah Brockman 5th place: Kayleigh Gloviak 6th place: Declan Carigun 7th place: Evan Lee 8th place: Brayden LaSerre 9th place: William Gray 10th place: Brett Luchko Decorated Baby Carriages 1st place: Roxanne Riehs 2nd… Read more »
The newly crowned Queen Maysea – Alexandra Marie Bruno – led the 81st Annual Cape May Baby Parade Friday morning down Beach Avenue to Convention Hall where Mayor Edward Mahaney, Jr. announced the coveted Baby Parade trophies. The winner of the Carlyle Dennis Memorial Award for Best Overall Entry was the float Surfer Girl –… Read more »
On Saturday, July 6 at 1 p.m., Cape May hosts its 34th Independence Parade on Beach Avenue near Convention Hall. The Fourth of July parade features a multitude of floats with marching bands, bicycle brigades, scout troops and more for all ages to enjoy.
Cape May is one of the most wonderful places to be on the Fourth of July. All throughout the town there are multiple events to attend during the week of the 4th.