There are tons of things to see and do this weekend at the Shore. Be sure check out some of those highlights here.
Winter Wildlife Hike
Saturday, January 3 from 1-2:30 PM
Where: Cape May Point State Park Lighthouse Avenue, Cape May Point
Join us for a short lesson about how wildlife survives the winter followed by a short hike. Then warm up with cookies, juice and crafts. Cost:$3.00/person.
Fundraiser for Memorial of Fallen Police Officers
Saturday, January 3 from 3-7 PM
Where: Kix-McNutley’s 63rd Street, Sea Isle City
Ben Jargowsky, of Boy Scout Troop 76, has decided that his Eagle Scout service project will be to create a permanent memorial to fallen police officers – especially Sea Isle City Patrolman Michael “Mickey” Cullinane, who was overcome by lethal gases while rescuing an injured worker from a construction pit in 1992.
“This memorial is long overdue and I would like it to stand the test of time and honor Officer Cullinane for years to come,” said the future Eagle Scout.
To reach his goal, Jargowsky, 17, a senior at Ocean City High School, plans to purchase and install a stone monument, a statue of Saint Michael, brick pavers, benches and new landscaping on Landis Avenue at 26th Street, the site where officer Cullinane lost his life. In addition to a great deal of planning and physical labor, the project will also require money.
In support of Jargowsky’s Eagle Scout service project, a fundraiser will take place on Saturday, January 3, from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m., at KIX-McNutley’s on 63rd Street in Sea Isle City. The event, which will be open to adults age 21 and over, will include complementary beverages, food and music. Tickets cost $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Tickets are available at KIX-McNutley’s or by phoning (609) 425-4371.
Brandon Smith Album Release Show
Sunday, January 4 at 9 PM
Where: Rio Station 3505 Route 9, Rio Grande
Album release party for Brandon Smith’s new album Honey, I’m Homeless. On iTunes, Amazon, and hundreds of other stores. Great food and drink specials, great entertainment, and always the best atmosphere. Come on out and support your local arts!
For more information about these, and other community events, see the Herald’s online calendar.
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