Birders flock to Cape May for Autumn migration

The Cape May autumn migration – specifically the Hawk watch – runs from September 1 through Nov. 30th. October, however, is the peak period. In fact the 58th Annual N.J. Continue Reading →

Food and Wine, and Beer and Bourbon

Food and Wine, and Beer and Bourbon ! Just when you thought the Cape May season was winding down, the middle of September brings the Cape May Food and Wine Continue Reading →

It’s an Bird. It’s a Plane. It’s…

It’s a plane ! And, it’s at Naval Airstation Wildwood’s Aviation Museum. This August 27th through 29th will be Airfest. The B 24 Liberator, the B 17 Flying Fortress and the Continue Reading →

Fireworks – Fireworks – Fireworks !

Fireworks ! This year, Cape May will once again come alive with spectacular fireworks off the beach in front of Congress Hall. The show will begin at about 8  P.M.. Continue Reading →

West Cape May Strawberry Festival

West Cape May Strawberry Festival The West Cape May Strawberry Festival will be June 7 (rain date of June 8). Come out and enjoy strawberry smoothies, strawberry tacos, strawberry ice Continue Reading →

SPRING FESTIVAL IS FESTING!

Spring festival is Cape May’s annual sigh of relief that Winter is over. This year we have a few new events that will get you in the spirit. First, if Continue Reading →

Old Fashioned Christmas Came to Live in Cape May

This December, come to Cape May, where real old fashioned Christmas came to live. There are two major house tours offered by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts; the Christmas Continue Reading →

Bean There, Done That

  And Lima better person for it. Yes, October 12, 2013, is this year’s ever-popular West Cape May Lima Bean Festival. It is the queen of small town farm festivals Continue Reading →