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.
On another day in Victorian Cape May, find yourself taking a peak into this year’s Designer Show House, The Cavalier Cottage. Nestled on 1109 Washington Street, it is right across from the Emlen Physick Estate. Brought to you by the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities, visitors can take either guided or self-guided… Read more »
The Wildwood boardwalk is known for the gleeful screams of children on rides, the tram car and its long and free beaches. Now added to the list will be the ArtBOX. The ArtBOX is a collection of 11 upcycled shipping containers on Adventure Pier. It now houses everything from art studios and an Exit Zero… Read more »
The newly renovated Saltwater Café in the South Jersey Marina is officially open and serving breakfast and lunch. Not only does the café offer both indoor and outdoor seating at the restaurant, they have available both shower and laundry facilities for boaters. Coming soon is a new deli, featuring dockside fare, as well as a… Read more »
Cape May’s 6th Annual Harbor Fest, Saturday, June 15 combined the best elements of a street festival and community block party complete with vendors, nature programs, children activities, live music, exhibits, a beer garden, and the ever popular scallop challenge.This year WIBG (Wibbage) & Philly Bill Culp broadcast live from the festival this year. Five… Read more »
It’s June and time for the long awaited CapeMay.com’s Who’s New, Who’s Moved and Who’s Gone.
The Garden Club of Cape May returned to Convention Hall for its 2013 flower show. The theme, “Victorian Pastimes: The Way It Was” was held Tuesday, April 30 from noon to 5 p.m. Restricted by social rules and traditions the Victorians successfully communicated through the language of flowers. The show featured floral design entries in… Read more »
The merchants of the Washington Street Mall and the City of Cape May celebrated the first annual Captain Mey Day Saturday, April 20th. It is a celebration of the founding of Cape Mey (later Anglicized to May) by the Dutch sea explorer Captain Cornelius Mey. Events included authentic Dutch Klompen (dancers), a guest appearance by… Read more »
Her name is Elizabeth Degener. Her father calls her Biz. Her friends call her Liz. But to all who queue up on a Saturday or Sunday morning along Sunset Boulevard, she is simply known as The Bread lady.
Crew members from Coast Guard Station Cape May, N.J. are seen in the photo at right transferring two boaters to emergency medical services personnel who were waiting on the station’s pier, Thursday, April 4, 2013, after good Samaritans aboard the fishing vessels Captain Brown and Sandra Lee rescued them from the water. The station crew… Read more »