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Ocean City Halloween Parade Canceled for 2020

Ocean City and the Ocean City Exchange Club announced that the Halloween Parade will be canceled for 2020. The 73rd annual event had been scheduled for Oct. 29.

“With N.J. Governor Phil Murphy’s strict prohibition on mass gatherings unlikely to be lifted any time soon and with so much advanced planning necessary for event participants and organizers, making the call now is the only safe... Read More

Do The Shore this Father’s Day

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21, so get out of the house and celebrate Father’s Day at the shore! Now that businesses are able to open for retail and outdoor dining, Cape May County is the perfect place to have fun, social distance, and celebrate Dad. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Spend the Day at the Beach
Pack your beach bags, grab your sunscreen, and... Read More

Lower Township Cancels Bayfront Independence Day Celebration and July Summer Concert Series

Lower Township Department of Parks & Recreation has made the difficult decision to cancel the annual July 3 Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks traditionally held along the bayfront in North Cape May due to COVID-19 mandated public safety restrictions.

The Lower Township Department of Parks & Recreation in association with the Delaware River and Bay Authority and Cape May... Read More

Do The Shore: November 20 to November 26

West Cape May Hospitality Night
Friday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m.
Participating Merchants in West Cape May

Kick-off the holiday season by visiting West Cape May's shop and restaurants during the first annual West Cape May Hospitality Night. Participating merchants will be featuring holiday specials, live music, food, drinks, prizes, and giveaways from 7 to 9 p.m.... Read More