7 Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve with the Kids

New Year’s Eve is one of the most festive nights of the year. Friends and family gather to count down the waning moments of the year, and anticipate the fun times ahead in the year to come. While adults tend to look forward to New Year’s Eve festivities more than children, there are many ways parents can ring in the New Year with their kids.

1. Toast with a mocktail.... Read More


7 Reasons to Do the Shore this Season

Whether you live in Cape May County year-round or are a visitor from out of town, you’re guaranteed to love doing the shore this holiday season!

1. Get a new perspective of your favorite beach town.
Watch as your shore community transforms from a seaside paradise to a winter wonderland! You’ll be dazzled by the sparkling lights and festive decorations the shore is... Read More


Roller Skating Returns to Cape May Convention Hall December 20

A Cape May tradition continues when roller skating begins at Cape May Convention Hall on Friday, December 20th.  Open roller skating is offered on Fridays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and a Teen Skate from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Two sessions of open skating will be offered on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Skating sessions will also be held from 1 p.m.... Read More


Senior Citizen Walk & Talk Returns to Cape May Convention Hall

Bring your sneakers and grab a friend to enjoy a few hours of "walking and talking" in Cape May Convention Hall every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon beginning January 7th through March 24th.

The indoor recreation program encourages socializing and activity for Cape May's senior citizens in a warm, safe environment during the winter months.

Please note the skate rink will be closed... Read More


The Wildwoods Convention Center Hosts Boardwalk Basketball Classic Tournament Dec. 26 to Dec. 31

The annual Boardwalk Basketball Classic returns to the Wildwoods Convention Center Thursday, December 26 through Tuesday, December 31, featuring an impressive lineup of high school boys' and girls' basketball teams from throughout the South Jersey and Delaware Valley area totaling approximately 1,000 competitors. 

The six-day Boardwalk Basketball Classic Tournament continues to be the... Read More


Sea Isle City's Annual House Lighting Contest is Open to Local Residents and Businesses

It's time to hang your lights, display your favorite holiday decorations and enter Sea Isle City's 2019 House Lighting Contest.

Registration for this annual competition, which is open to local residents and businesses, is required by 12 p.m. on Wednesday, December 11. Judging takes place on Thursday evening, Dec. 12.

First Prize ($100) and Second Prize ($50) will be provided... Read More


Do The Shore: December 11 to December 17

Cape May Annual Hospitality Nights
Thursday, Dec. 12 and Friday, Dec. 13
Washington Street Mall, Cape May

Shop and get in the holiday spirit along the Washington Street Mall from 7 to 9 p.m. at the annual Hospitality Nights on the Washington Street Mall! It’s just in time to get those last minute holiday gifts, so don’t miss out!


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East Lynne Theater Announces its 40th Season

On March 13-14, October 30-31 and November 6-7, it’s “Sherlock Holmes Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle” – radio-style.

On May 30, is “A Hundred Thousand Days of Light,” American classics sung by Barbara Quintiliani.

From June 17 - July 25, it’s “Possessing Harriet,” by Kyle Bass, a New Jersey premiere based on a true story. A runaway slave spends time with Suffragist Elizabeth... Read More


Do The Shore: December 4 to December 10

Winter Wonderland at Congress Hall
Continues Dec. 4 through Dec. 31
Congress Hall, 200 Congress Place, Cape May

Congress Hall’s Winter Wonderland is a can’t-miss holiday destination. Enjoy festive holiday decorations, rides on the Congress Hall Express & Carousel, Santa’s Workshop, arts & crafts, tasty treats and so much more. Browse the Vendors... Read More


Morey’s Piers Annual Holiday Sale Offers Deep Discounts on Summer Fun

You’d be forgiven for assuming Morey’s Piers, Wildwood’s family-run amusement park, is a summer-only business. After all, the rides and water parks DO shut down after Labor Day. But company elves aren’t exactly off-duty. This time of year, they’re hard at work spreading yuletide joy.

“The holidays are all about creating memories and sharing traditions with loved ones, which is something... Read More