Celebrating America’s 235th birthday, the City of Cape May held its annual Independence Day Parade on Saturday, July 2nd at 1pm along Beach Drive. In its 33rd year, the parade offered crowd-pleasing fun from bands, service groups, antique cars, cyclists and more.
On Saturday, July 10 the Gail Pierson Gallery hosted an opening reception for Judith Anderson’s new exhibit “Old Trains New Light.” The exhibit features all new work from Anderson, including paintings and photographs. The work will be on display through July 31. For more information about the Gail Pierson Gallery, click here.
On Friday, July 9 the Cape May Forum held a reception at the Cape May Winery to celebrate the launch of Chautauqua at the Shore arts and cultural events, lecture series and workshops. Guest speaker John Morreall, Ph.D., presented a program about the history of American humor. The Forum will present its first full weekend of events from October 8 to… Read more »