Posts Tagged ‘attractions’

WEST CAPE MAY FARMER’S MARKET

July 27th, 2012 by johnmatusiak

Tuesday’s are a good day to be in Cape May in the summer. Every Tuesday between June 26 and August 28, 2012, the West Cape May Farmer’s Market assemblies behind the West Cape May Borough Hall. Some vendors sell locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and honey.  Other vendors are there to sell antiques, books, crafts, t-shirts, art, and more.

Community concerts take place between 5pm and 7pm, which feature performances by talented local musicians. Visitors can listen to live music  while strolling through the Farmer’s Market or while dining on some of the many food choices offered at the Market, such as bar-b-que, crab cakes, fresh squeezed lemonade, and kettle corn.

The West Cape May Farmer’s market is only a short bike ride from the center of Cape May. For your next visit to Cape May or your next stay at The Bacchus Inn B&B, spend the afternoon at the West Cape May Farmer’ Market.

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Cape May’s 2nd Annual Volleyball Beach Bash

July 13th, 2011 by johnmatusiak

This weekend Cape May will be hosting the 2nd Annual Great American Volleyball Beach Bash. It will be held on the beach adjacent to Cabana’s Beach Bar and Grill on Saturday, July 16th. It is a fun event to either participate in or for bed & breakfast guests to sit on the beach and watch. Cabana’s will also hold an After Party from 3pm – 7pm with drink specials offered to everyone attending and food discounts for event participants. This is an event that visitors of Cape May should not miss!

To participate, please register at www.greatamericanvolleyball.com

Cape May Volleyball Tournament update

July 17th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Cape May Volleyball Tournament

Well the weather is in the low 90′s today in Cape May. The sun is out and there is a some nice competition happening.

The tournament is broke into 2 groups with both men’s and women’s divisions. The money group is highly competitive with some serious athletes. You better bring your A game. The 2 group is for volleyball aficionado. These guys are here to have fun. They may play alot of volleyball but only for fun. There is competation  here as well but at a more causal level. Everyone seems to be enjoying the day. Both groups have fans both young and old.

Here are some pics from today:

Cape May Farmer's Market

July 12th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Tuesday’s are a good day to be in Cape May. Every Tuesday the Farmer’s Market assemblies to sell fresh fruits and vegetables, listen to music, and checkout the vendors. Visitors enjoy the stroll through the Farmer’s Market just off Broadway St behind the West Cape May Fire Hall in West Cape May.

Guest stock up on snacks for the beach or the front porch. Some spike their favorite afternoon refreshments with fresh berries. Other guest enjoy a good peach while reading a book. The market is fresh and offers a variety of goods to satisfy most people.

The West Cape May Farmer’s market is only a short bike ride from the center of Cape May. On your next visit  to Cape May enjoy the charm of a lazy walk through the market.

Cape May Theater

June 24th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Cape May has a lot to offer any vacationer. One attraction that stands out consistently is the Cape May Stage. The stage is located in the center of Cape May just minutes from the bed & breakfast, hotels, and vacations homes. You wouldn’t know that during the show. You may think you are in the Big Apple. The actors and plays are first rate performances. The Cape May Stage has always been good but under the guidance of Roy Steinberg it has become something more.

I Hate Hamlet, directed by Roy Steinberg, is currently on stage June 16th to July 17. Patrons rave about the comic poke at Shakespeare.

Patrons appreciate the updated seating. The stage received a grant a couple of years ago and constructed a theater seating arrangement with comfortable chairs and good sight lines throughout.

Next time you visit Cape May try the Cape May Stage. It is an evening out you won’t regret.

Harbor Fest is one of the Great Events in Cape May on June 19th

June 24th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Harbor Fest, June 19,2010, is a great day for couples and families visiting Cape May. The Harbor Fest event takes place on the Harbor by the Cape May Nature center on Delaware Ave. It  is just minutes from town and there is a shuttle available to ferry visitors to the Harbor from the center of town by the Washington Street Mall.The Harbor Fest event features food, crafts, and art all in view of Cape May’s beautiful harbor.

Visitors will find a variety of food choices from BBQ to cheese steaks. After lunch you have more choices from PA Dutch bake goods to snow cones or ice cream.

The crafts are always interesting. Some crafts pull on the heart strings of parents and grandparents others provide interesting coffee table conversations for just about anyone’s home. There is something for everyone.

The USCG will be having a water safety presentation at 11am.

The benefit Kayak Regatta will begin at 1pm. Come down to the harbor and have fun.

Harbor Fest is not all fun and games. It also features a memorial service for those lost at sea. It is a reminder of the risks sailors take when they leave the safety of the harbor.  The Harbor Fest memorial service will be on June 18,2010 at the Cape May County Fisherman’s Memorial at 7pm. It is a well attended event featuring USCG officers as well as non military families.

Enjoy a great event this weekend on the scenic Cape May Harbor this Friday and Saturday June 18 and 19, 2010. The Harbor Fest Memorial Service begins at 7pm on Friday. Harbor Fest will begin on Saturday at 10 am and have events all day till  5pm.


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