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We can hardly believe Christmas is in three days! Here’s a glimpse at more of the beautiful decorations around town. Pictured are the Cherry House, Queen Victoria, Congress Hall, Mason Cottage, and the Mainstay Inn.
The holiday season kicked off at the Emlen Physick Estate on Saturday evening with their annual tree-lighting ceremony. Congress Hall and the City of Cape May will both hold tree-lighting ceremonies on December 4th. West Cape May’s annual Christmas Parade will be at 5pm on Saturday, December 5th. For all holiday events, keep an eye… Read more »
The 187 recruits at Cape May’s Training Center for the United States Coast Guard were the beneficiaries of the Jersey Cape Military Spouses’ Club ‘s Adopt-a-Recruit program. Now in its third year, the wives gather together a few days before and stuff stockings for the recruits filled with gift cards, hair gel, other necessities, some… Read more »
Cape May is all lit up and ready for the holidays!
Congress Hall kicked off their holiday celebrations!
Highlights from the annual West Cape May Christmas Parade
It is time once again for my annual Christmas column, words that usually force my editor to reach for a large glass of brandy with a splash of eggnog. But this year I will forego my annual rant on the over commercialization of the holidays, and instead focus on the one thing that makes this… Read more »
One of my favorite things to do at Christmas time is to stroll the streets of Cape May and West Cape May peeking into the windows of the Bed and Breakfasts, hotels and guesthouses to see how tall their tree is or how many of them there are. Is the dining room table set? Is… Read more »
Thanksgiving is now behind us and Christmas lurks around the corner. It is not yet December as I write this column and already I have heard an aural onslaught of Christmas carols it seems as though every year the holiday season is extended longer and longer. I swear I heard Christmas songs the day after… Read more »