Hundreds turned out for the inaugural Ice Ball held at Congress Hall Friday night to benefit the Fund for Cape May (“FFCM”). Over $185,000 was raised. The Ballroom and Grand Lawn were transformed into a magical world of shimmering ice sculptures for the philanthropic celebration. The Fund for Cape May is a non-profit partnership organization… Read more »
A stretch of rusted railroad tracks is visible on Lower Township beaches between Sunset Beach and Higbee. The tracks once led to the Cape May Sand Plant and haven’t been visible since the 1930s. [source] If you want to see the tracks yourself, our photographer Michelle recommends parking at Sunset Beach and hiking up the… Read more »
If you’ve never visited Cape May during the off season, you’ve missed out on the seasonal decor that dresses up the Washington Street Mall. It is currently decked out with pumpkins, cornstalks, and scarecrows, just in time for Halloween.
Is your name Victor Rack? Congratulations! You’re the winner of this beautiful Mercedes, raffled off by Our Lady Star of the Sea. If you aren’t Victor, we’re sorry to tell you that you didn’t win. (We didn’t win either, if it helps.)
The North American Sea Glass Association had their first festival in Cape May this weekend. Highly anticipated, the turn out was over 5,000 people. Although the wait to get in was an hour, the festival was fantastic. It is always exciting to see all the creative ways artisans use their sea glass. There were dozens… Read more »