Cape May Event Calendar

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Cape May Stage Virtual Reading Online: The Chinese Lady

The Chinese Lady By Lloyd Suh Directed by Penny Bergman Monday, April 15, at 7 pm Virtual Reading Online Free to Attend – All Donations will go to Stop AAPI Hate, a national coalition fighting against racism and racial injustice targeting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Inspired by the true story of the first Chinese… Read more »

The WWII Homefront & Christmas on the Homefront

The WWII Homefront & Christmas on the Homefront *Speaker: Historian Mary Rasa Mary Rasa will transport you back to the World War II homefront and share the heartwarming stories of Christmas during wartime. This program is about the World War II home front. It talks about the men and women serving in the war as… Read more »

George Washington, New Jersey, And The Revolutionary War

George Washington, New Jersey, And The Revolutionary War Speaker: Revolutionary War Lecture’s Joel Farkas Look at both George Washington’s military career starting in 1754 as a 21-year-old major in the Virginia militia, and a history of the Revolutionary War including the military battles and winter encampments in New Jersey.

The United States Life-Saving Service

The United States Life-Saving Service** *Speaker: Historian John Ryan John Ryan will take you on a journey through the history of the U.S. Life-Saving Service, the predecessor to the U.S. Coast Guard, and its critical role in maritime rescue operations. In addition to the overall history of the service, the focus will be on the… Read more »

More About Music: Mozart’s Last Symphony, the Jupiter

More About Music: Mozart’s Last Symphony, the Jupiter The last concert of our Cape May Music Festival will end with a performance of the last symphony of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – his 41st. Join Bay Atlantic Symphony conductor Jed Gaylin and symphony cellist and MAC Museum Educator Brenda Leonard for an in-depth look at this… Read more »

It’s a Grand Old Flag Lunch and Learn

It’s a Grand Old Flag We’re all familiar with the Stars and Stripes, our national flag. But when did it come about, who designed it, and why do we celebrate on June 14th? Old Glory has served as the symbol of our nation from our very beginnings. Join Mary Stewart to learn about the history… Read more »

Lunch & Learn 4/19 Victorian Medicine

Marvels and Missteps: Medicine During the Victorian Era Apr 19th: 12 pm The Victorian Era saw considerable advancements in the medical community. However, potent drugs and questionable procedures also rose to predominance. Ben Ridings talks about the triumphs, tragedies, and tricksters of the medical profession in the era Bring a bag lunch and learn during… Read more »