This Weekend: 4/3-4/5

Happy Easter shore goers! Enjoy your holiday weekend or start your spring break with all the can’t miss events happening at the shore this weekend!

Tap Takeover
April 3 from 5-7 PM
Where: Seaville Tavern 29 New Bridge Road, Ocean View

On April 3, from 5 to 7pm, will be a Tap Takeover at Seaville Tavern in Ocean View, where seven CMBC beers – including recent spring releases like Cape May Saison and the Take Five Session IPA — will be available.

5th Annual Turtle Fest
April 4 from 9-3 PM
Where: The Wetlands Institute 1075 Stone Harbor Boulevard, Stone Harbor

Come enjoy a pancake breakfast for the whole family. Hunt for terrapin eggs, play games and earn prizes! Seatings at 9, 10, 10:45, and 11:30am.

Deana Martin Performing
April 4 from 8-10 PM
Where: Cape May Convention Hall Beach Avenue, Cape May

The tradition of Great American Song continues at Cape May Convention Hall when Deana Martin pays homage to her iconic Dad, Dean Martin while setting her own standard for exemplary showmanship, musical taste and musicianship. The one night only concert will take place on Saturday, April 4 at 8 p.m.

Meet the Artist Reception
April 4 at 2 PM
Where: Cape May Artists’ Cooperative Gallery 122 Sunset Boulevard, West Cape May

Ashley Warley’s “living, breathing art” featured at Cape May Artists’ Cooperative Gallery during April
Ashley Warley is all about re-imagining and repurposing. Her eclectic work is featured this month at the Cape May Artists’ Cooperative Gallery. A meet-the-artist reception will be held at the Gallery on Saturday, April 4 from 2pm to 6pm.

Lighthouse Full Moon Climb
April 4 at 8 PM
Where: Cape May Point State Park, Cape May

Lighthouse Full Moon Climb: The Friends of the Cape May Lighthouse invite you to climb the lighthouse under the full moon. Let the bright light of the moon guide you up the 199 stairs to the starry top. Admission to the Visitors’ Orientation Center and the ground floor of the Lighthouse is free.

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