Sunday, September 30, 2012
Friday, September 28, 2012
If you are looking for more information on things to do in Cape may please click the Cape May Resort Things to do page here, or you can download the Official City of Cape May Calendar of events here.
Octoberfest September 29th 10-5
From 10am- 5pm, Saturday September 29th, the city blocks off Jackson Street between Carpenter's Lane and Beach Drive and it becomes a bustling block party filled with food, crafts, antiques and art.
|Arcade on Beach Ave, Cape May NJ|
2012 Cape May Fall Calendar of Events!
6 Lima Bean Festival, West Cape May, 884-9325
13 Crafts & Antiques for Harvest Fest, 884-5404
13 Cape May Dragon Boat Festival, 884-5508
14 Fishing Flea Market, 9-3pm, C M Elem School, 609-489-9986
19-21 Cape May New Jersey Film Festival, www.capemayfilm.org
26-28 N.J. Audubon Autumn Weekend, 884-2736
21 Halloween Parade, Register- 1:30pm, Judging- 2pm, Parade- 3pm, Rotary Park
21 Halloween Party, 4pm, Physick Estate (parade end)
21 Trick or Treat on the Mall, 12
Thursday, September 27, 2012
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Create your own scarecrow for Emlen Physick Estate’s ‘Scarecrow Alley’
CAPE MAY - Create your own scarecrow for display alongside dozens of others along "Scarecrow Alley," when the grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St., are transformed for Halloween and become the setting for goofy goblins and spooky specters, from Friday, Oct. 5 through Sunday, Nov. 4.
The Fourth Annual Scarecrow Contest sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) is underway, and it's time to rally friends, family, schoolmates and colleagues, or come up with your own idea, for creating a spooky, scary or just plain silly scarecrow. Register your entry and compete for prizes, with an overall prize of $200 earmarked for the People's Choice Award given to the creators of the scarecrow that receives the most votes from visitors to the Estate.
Scarecrows are entered in one of four categories: "Individuals or Families," "Businesses," "Non-profits, Church, Club, Scout Troops" or "School Class." MAC will have wooden cross stakes and straw available for all registrants, if needed, which can be picked up on the Estate from maintenance staff between Monday, Sept. 24 and Thursday, Oct. 4. All entrants receive a four-by-four foot area to decorate, and larger spaces are available upon request. Multiple scarecrows, whimsical characters and miscellaneous props may be displayed. Scarecrows may reflect a special theme or promote your organization or business.
Visitors to the Physick Estate will be asked to vote for their favorite scarecrow by filling out a ballot in the Carriage House from Friday, Oct. 5 through Sunday, Nov. 4. Friends and family members are encouraged to visit the Estate and vote for their favorites.
The deadline to register and drop off a scarecrow for entry in the contest is Thursday, Oct. 4, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Winners will be notified Nov. 5.
Prizes include a People's Choice Award of $200 for the scarecrow with the most votes, $100 in the individual/family category, a display ad on MAC's website in the business category, and a pizza party for the winning non-profit, community or scout group, and the winning school group.
Here are some tips and guidelines for making your scarecrow:
Scarecrows must be constructed to withstand severe wind and rainy weather conditions.
Use care in choosing your materials. All decorations must be firmly attached to your scarecrow/display.
Use staple guns, fishing line or string to secure your scarecrow.
Don’t use newspaper to stuff your scarecrow.
Scarecrows must be in good taste; scarecrows or displays reflecting controversial, social, religious or political opinions or statements will not be accepted.
Original Content Tuesday, September 11, 2012 06:45 pm STAFF REPORTS
To register, or for more information about MAC's Scarecrow Contest, call Anna Marie Leeper at 884-5404 ext. 111 or email email@example.com , or download an application form and rules from the Halloween page on MAC's website at www.capemaymac.org.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
|Monarch Butterfly in Cape May NJ|
Top 12 Fall Activities for Cape May NJ
The end of summer is here and the crisp fall weather is starting in Cape May, before the temperature drops, try to fit in these 12 fun activities. This weekend come and enjoy the Oktoberfest located on Jackson Street in Cape May. The Cape May Lewes Ferry will hold its Wine Festival during October 6-7 2012 and you can sample more then 200 award winning wines.
|The Lobster House Cape May NJ|
Cape May – Lewes Ferry Welcomes the “Cape May Wine Festival”
|Cape May – Lewes Ferry Welcomes the “Cape May Wine Festival”;Event Scheduled for the Cape May Terminal Green on October 6-7|
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