The lowly legume gets the attention it so deserves once a year at the West Cape May Lima Bean Festival. Organizers could not have had better weather and people came by the throngs to Wilbraham Park to buy Lima Bean soup, t-shirts, potter and ear rings and so much more. Originally organized to celebrate the… Read more »
The Jackson Street Oktoberfest was held on Saturday, September 29. It was a beautiful day and a great way to enjoy it. Beer, oompahpah band music and tons of vendors selling their wares and yummy food and treats. Everyone walks back with a smile – we’re sure the beer helps – but no matter the… Read more »
The semi annual Washington Street Mall Sidewalk Sale is underway. It began at 9 a.m. Thursday and runs through Sunday, Sept. 16. Sidewalk sale hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. A spring Sidewalk Sale takes place in May – the weekend before Memorial Day.
We take you on a tour of Cape May’s best bicycle routes.
The 80th Annual Cape May Baby Parade came back home to a new Convention Hall after a four year outdoor hiatus. All the participants welcomed coming into the new AIR CONDITIONED Convention Hall to receive their awards. And a good time was had by most.
The Schooner Wolf docked at South Jersey Marina last week for a brief stop off. Visitors were permitted to board the 74-foot topsail schooner and get a glimpse of the past. The Wolf is homeported in Key West, Florida and is designated the Flagship o the Conch Republic. She sailed the waters of the Florida… Read more »
Despite the record breaking heat, the City of Cape May’s 33rd Annual Independence Day Parade began on time – 1 p.m. at the corner of Madison Ave. and Beach Avenue.
In 1932, the depression loomed heavily over Cape May. Bath houses, once popular, were becoming passé. So Steven J. Steger set up his own beach rental operation, and the rest is history.
The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) honored Outreach Director Mary Stewart Monday, June 18 for her 25 years of service to the organization. She was presented with a plaque and a bouquet of flowers at an informal surprise gathering at the Carriage House Cafe & Tea Room on the grounds of the… Read more »
The 33rd Annual Great Cape May Footrace, held on May 12, gave runners a first hand look at the new Convention Hall which opened Memorial Day weekend. The race began in front the Convention Hall at 8 a.m. In the 5K race, the top male finisher was Kai Bithell (No. 53) of Cape May. Top… Read more »