Here are some event highlights to help you plan your weekend fun at the shore!
Mid-Winter Antiques Show
Saturday, February 7 from 10-4 PM
Where: Wheaton Arts 1100 Village Drive
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center will host the Mid-Winter Antiques Show on February 7 and 8. This show attracts over 40 quality dealers and hundreds of visitors from the Mid-Atlantic region. Located in the Event Center, attendees explore a wide selection of antique furniture, books, ceramics, glass, jewelry, linens, memorabilia, paper, toys, pottery, primitives, and vintage accessories.
Saturday, February 7th from 6pm to 8pm
Where: Cape May County Technical High School
“Prom 101 + More” will feature local vendors and businesses including beauty salons, tanning salons, florists, tux rentals, nail salons, dress shops, makeup artists, jewelry artists, limo companies, photographers, and area fitness centers to help you look and feel your best! This event is open to all area students, parents, grandparents, friends and anyone who likes discounts and wants to find our local vendors in one location! Admission is just $5! There will be door prizes.
Barbone Street Jazz Band
Sunday, February 8th at 2pm
Where: VFW Post 386
See one of Philly’s top bands, the Barbone Street Jazz Band, on February 8th at the Cape May VFW. Free parking, cash bar and optional dinner at 4:30pm. All proceeds donated to the “Food Bank of Southern New Jersey” to support local needs.
LCMR Art Students Present “Strings and Things” Opening Reception
Sunday, February 8th from 3pm to 5pm
Where: The Mad Batter Restaurant
Lower Cape May Regional Advanced Art Students proudly announce the seventh annual art exhibit entitled “Strings and Things”. The show will be at the Mad Batter Restaurant, 19 Jackson Street Cape May, from Feb. 5 through March 5. An opening reception will be held for student artists, family, friends, and public Feb. 8 from 3 to 5 pm. The work displayed was created by art teacher Patricia Neville’s advanced art classes. The students studied traditional painting techniques that emphasized the use of chiaroscuro and blending techniques. Students worked in acrylic paints depicting a still-life painting in the subject of their choice.
For more information about these and other community events, see the Herald’s online calendar.
Be sure to visit DoTheShore.com for more information about dining, shopping, activities, entertainment happenings and nightlife.