This Weekend: 3/6-3/8

Enjoy your first weekend in March with some family-friendly activities! Check out the highlights below.

Shop-a-holics Weekends
March 6-8 at 5 PM
Where: 21st Street, Avalon

Shake off those winter blues with the annual Shop-A-Holics weekend, March 6-8, in Avalon. Held at The Princeton and The Whitebrier, the much-anticipated event gives shoppers an opportunity to get ready for spring with designers, drinks and deals.

Arts and Entertainment Weekend – Going, Going, Gone
March 7 at 7 PM
Where: Avalon Golf Club 1510 Route 9 North Main, Cape May Court House

“Going, Going, Gone” is a play about a playhouse in its final days. Ed’s Auction House is shutting down and everything must go. As the guests arrive they receive play money that can be used to purchase auctioned off items. That’s right the audience becomes a part of the show and actually takes home the items that are auctioned off. What’s in the boxes? No one knows, not even the cast. What is the story behind each item? You find out the same time the cast does. Need more money? Buy more drinks. Want an item? Bid on it. Even if you don’t, bid on it.

National Cheerleading and Dance Championships
March 7-8 from 8-8 PM
Where: Wildwoods Convention Center 4501 Boardwalk, Wildwood

Wildwoods Convention Center. Annual Mid-Atlantic National Cheerleading and Dance Championship featuring recreation, high school and all-star divisions. Saturday: 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.; Sunday: 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Performances will be choreographed to music and sound effects, and winning teams will be awarded prizes

Arts and Entertainment Weekend – Lightning and Jellyfish
March 8 at 2 PM
Where: Avalon Golf Club 1510 Route 9 North Main, Cape May Court House

Lightning and Jellyfish is an exciting play about the Jersey Shore. An intimate reading where you not in your mind vision the Wildwood Boardwalk but you will smell the salt air and hear the rumble of the rollercoaster. Lou a graduate of Wildwood High will send you back in time to the 1980’s. The play takes place in a T-shirt shop on the Wildwood Boardwalk. Experience all the emotions that you felt when you were a teenager. The year was 1982. Where where you? Feel it all over again. You won’t want to miss out on this amazing play written by local Lou Harry. It’s what all your friends will be talking about.

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.

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