Kayaks, canoes and boats converged at Higbee Beach June 7 to celebrate World’s Ocean Day. The paddlers traveled the waters from the south jetty at Hibeee to the concerte ship at Sunset Beach. Locally, the sojourn was called the Sacred Waters Honor Journey and included members of the Lenape Tribe.
Sue Carroll, of Cape May is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) Volunteer of the Month for June 2012. MAC’s Manager of Tour Systems Barbara Oberholtzer nominated Carroll for her devoted volunteer work on MAC’s Friends of the Physick Estate Advisory Board. “Sue supports the group with ideas and thorough participation,” Oberholtzer… Read more »
It’s June and it is time for the annual Who’s New, Who’s Moved, Who’s Gone edict.
Audrey Conant, of Cape May, N.J., is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) Volunteer of the Month for May 2012. MAC’s Chief Outreach Officer Mary Stewart nominated Conant for her devoted volunteer work on MAC’s Tour Advisory Team, in addition to one of her most important roles – spearheading MAC’s annual Pick… Read more »
It was standing room only at the Middle Township Performing Arts Center Sunday, April 15 as friends and family members gathered for a memorial service for jazz musician George Mesterhazy.
It’s eight o’clock on a Saturday and the dinner crowd is shuffling in. There’s a man at the bar nursing a tonic and gin, but he pauses when the man at the piano begins.
Cape May’s Easter Fashion Stroll held on the Washington Street Mall was conducted under bright sunny skies. Approximately 85 contestants paraded in their Easter finery before more than 500 spectators. The event sponsored by the City of Cape May, the Washington Street Mall Merchants, Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts, Our Lady Star of the Sea… Read more »
Barbara Heim of North Cape May, N.J. is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) Volunteer of the Month for April 2012. MAC’s Chief Outreach Officer Mary Stewart nominated Heim for her many years of volunteer work and leadership in MAC’s volunteer program, and for helping spearhead one of MAC’s most successful initiatives… Read more »
Schools for the Colored – a collection of photographs by Wendell White, professor at Stockton University – depicts the landscape and architecture of historically segregated schools in northern states. Each B&W photo shows the school as it is today – or in some cases where it once stood – with all other elements in the… Read more »
Pictured Here: (photo credit: Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities): Volunteers Sharon and Mark Bostrom man the Physick Estate hospitality center Dec. 3 on the first Christmas Candlelight House Tour of the 2011 season, sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). The Bostroms were chosen as MAC’s Volunteers of the… Read more »