Wildwoods Welcome Cheerleading Championships and Spirited Competitions in November & December

Spirit Brands returns to the Wildwoods Convention Center for three weekends of cheerleading competitions with hundreds of teams bringing their dance moves, pom-poms and spirit to compete in the Oceanfront Arena!

On Sunday, Nov. 18, the ARSC Recreation and School U.S. Finals will be open to all recreational centers and school programs that are members of the American Recreation and... Read More

Events, Shopping

Sea Isle City Girls Weekend Will Delight Shoppers & Food-Lovers

The Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization invites all ladies to enjoy an autumn getaway at the shore during Girls Weekend, Nov. 16-18. During Girls Weekend, shoppers can celebrate the fall season and prepare for the coming holidays with three full days of special offers at 40 retailers, restaurants, salons and other businesses throughout town. There will be discounts on lodging... Read More


Do The Shore: Oct. 31 to Nov. 6

10th Annual Scarecrow Contest – Last Day to Vote!
Wednesday, Oct. 31
Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St., Cape May

Local families and groups have created their own scarecrows that are taking up residence beside dozens of others along “Scarecrow Alley” this Halloween season. The grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate have been transformed into a spectacle... Read More


Race from Ocean City to Somers Point During the 23rd Annual Trail of Two Cities 5K Run/Walk

The Trail of Two Cities 5-kilometer run/walk will be held for the 23rd time on Saturday, Nov. 3. The popular 5K (3.1-mile) race offers spectacular views over the length of a point-to-point course from Ocean City to Somers Point. The route travels the length of the Route 52 causeway in the lanes usually reserved for cars.

Registration is open and long-sleeved race T-shirts are guaranteed... Read More


East Lynne Theater Company's an Evening with Patsy Cline

East Lynne Theater Company celebrates its 38th season with its annual gala on Monday, Nov. 5 at Aleathea's Restaurant at the Inn of Cape May. The entertainer is Patricia Durante, singing the songs of Patsy Cline, and the host is James Rana, who is currently on Broadway in "The Band’s Visit." Live music is also provided by Chris Sooy and Lew London on piano and violin.

ELTC brought... Read More


Chamber Music Concert features Violinist Manuela Isabel Romero Gonzalez and Pianist Stanley DeLage

The Friends of the Cape May Music Festival invite the public to a chamber music concert featuring Venezuelan violinist Manuela Isabel Romero Gonzalez and concert pianist Stanley DeLage, performing works by Franck, Kreisler, Debussy and contemporary Cuban composer José María Vitier.

The concert will be performed at the Cape Island Baptist Church, 115 Gurney St., on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.... Read More


Holiday Pops Bring Yuletide Cheer to Gateway Playhouse

The renowned Jersey Shore Pops, conducted by Linda Gentille, makes its Gateway Playhouse debut on Dec. 1

From Doo Wop to dueling violins, “Holiday Pops” offers a yuletide musical celebration for everyone. On Saturday, Dec. 1, Linda Gentille and the Jersey Shore Pops bring the popular annual Christmas show, with performances by Linda Gentille, Jacklyn Buckingham... Read More


Local Artist Hosting Solo Show

West Cape May artist Carole McCray opens her solo show – Of Land, Sea and Sky – on Sunday, Nov. 11 at The Mad Batter’s Terrace Garden Room with a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. that is open to the public.



Bishop’s Got Talent on Nov. 9 to Benefit Cape Regional Pediatric Unit

An idea by a second grader has mobilized the students at Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School (BMRCS) to put on a talent show to benefit the pediatric patients at Cape Regional Health System. Bishop’s Got Talent will take place on Friday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. at BMRCS, 2221 Rt. 9 N., Dennis Township (near mile marker 20).

Greta Rebecca Kleinman, age 7, approached her parents with an idea... Read More


NEW DATE: Middle Township Looks Forward to 21st Annual Harvest Fest

Come celebrate Middle Township’s heritage at the 21st Annual Harvest Festival! Hosted by Mayor Michael Clark and the Township Committee, this free, family-friendly community event will take place on Sunday, Oct. 28 from 12 to 5 p.m. in Cape May Court House.

The downtown area of Mechanic Street near Township Hall will be abuzz with family fun for all ages, including craft and food... Read More