Experience Ghosts of Undying Love

The Museum of Cape May County will open its doors for a special ghost tour that will tell the tales of undying love.

“The Love That Never Died,” will be presented Sat., Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. inside The Museum’s historic 1704 Cresse-Holmes House.  Experience The Museum’s resident ghosts and listen to the stories of undying love.

What better gift this Valentine’s Day than to take your... Read More

Beat the Winter Blues with Congress Hall’s Concert Series

Congress Hall heats things up this winter with some of the hottest entertainment around during their annual winter concert series.  Starting January 27 and running through April, the area’s top local acts will be entertaining guests in the Grand Ballroom.  From sing-alongs to doo wop, there’s something for everyone.  It’s a great night out and a way to say goodbye to those winter blues!

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New Orleans Art Exhibit at Jessie Creek Gallery

The Gallery at Jessie Creek is exhibiting watercolors celebrating the city of New Orleans through the month of February.  Grayce DeNoia Bochak is the featured artist.  An illustrator by trade, Grayce’s art experience spans 35 years, inclusive of book publishing/teaching on university level.  Her freelance art commissions include Macmillian’s Four Winds Press, Simon & Schuster Books for... Read More

Center for Community Arts Exhibit opens Jan. 19

CAPE MAY – Each year, the Center for Community Arts (CCA) presents an exhibit that highlights and illuminates African American life and history in Cape May and the surrounding region.

“Collecting History: Personal Collections of Cape May's African American Community,” is presented by CCA in association with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). The exhibit opens... Read More

Cape May’s 2018 Holiday Calendar of Events

Sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC)

Through Dec. 30

Cape May Stage presents “An Actor’s Carol”: Having played Scrooge many times a cranky actor finds himself visited by three spirits of his own. A cast of four play 17 characters in this hilarious new look at a classic that... Read More

Cape May Film Society Presents ‘Isle of Dogs’

ALL of us are undergoing significant changes in how we perceive and receive each other. Intolerance and prejudice seem to pervade the news, social media and conversations.

“Isle of Dogs” is Wes Anderson’s return to animation with a humorous, but moving story about a Canine Culture Universe with some subtle political metaphors that will raise an inquisitive eyebrow in kids and awareness... Read More

Final Performances of East Lynne Theater Co.’s "O. Henry’s Christmas Tales” Help Food Closet and First Presbyterian Church

Reviews are coming in for the Equity professional East Lynne Theater Company’s “O. Henry’s Christmas Tales,” adapted and performed by artistic director Gayle Stahlhuth in her memorized, tour-de-force storytelling style. From a recent review in “Exit Zero”: “The audience was mesmerized by Gayle’s facial expressions and subtle body movements. The characters became alive on the stage!”  A seven-... Read More

Cape May Stage Announces 2019 Season

Cape May Stage, a premiere professional not-for-profit Equity theatre, is focused on a captivating 31st season. “The 2019 season explores the concept of surprises and major life changes, with stories that are ‘shocking and inevitable.’ We aspire to entertain you while you are provoked with new experiences. This season brings one of the most staged plays in the United States in 2018, the most... Read More

Congress Street Brass Band Presents Free Christmas Concert Dec. 14

There will be a free Christmas concert given by the Congress Street Brass Band on Friday, Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. at the Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Cape May. This has been a traditional Cape May holiday event for the past 20 years. The band is trying to get the word out to those who look forward to the event that although it is usually held the Friday of Hospitality Night in Cape May, this... Read More

West Cape May Fiber Artist Exhibits Work at Mad Batter

West Cape May Fiber Artist, Cheryl Patton Wu, will be exhibiting in the Terrace Garden Room of The Mad Batter Restaurant, Cape May, from Dec. 9 to Jan. 3.  Her new body of work entitled “Sisters of the Sea: Retablos” is fabric appliqué with embroidery.  There will be an opening reception on Sunday, Dec. 9 from 3 to 5 p.m. that is open to the public.