City of Cape May

Teddy Bear Tea Party

B.Y.O.B.—Bring your own bear (or dolly). Teddy Bear Tea Parties feature kid-friendly menus and teddy bear music. Miss Jeanne and a special guest from The Cape May Teddy Bear Co. will be presenting stories and activities for the Teddy Bear Tea attendees as well as providing a goody bag.

Saturday, June 28

11 am and 1 pm

The Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St.

Admission: $18 for adults; $10 for children (ages 3-12)

Craft & Flea Market

The Greater C.M. Historical Society invites you to help preserve a piece of history and enjoy a beautiful day in the Borough of West Cape May at Wilbraham Park from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. Tourists and locals alike will find it fun looking (and buying) the many antiques and wares offered. The Colonial House Restoration fund will benefit from the proceeds. Will reschedule to Sunday, June 22nd, in case of rain. Contact Joan Green @ 609-898-1236 for more information.

Wilbraham Park, Broadway & West Perry Streets

Admission: Free

7th Annual Harborfest

Saturday June 14th A celebration of the sea, its culture, and its ecology on Cape May’s harbor.  Fresh seafood, live music  vendors fill the streets. Educational programs, blessing of the waters & boating fleet, water activities, and marine demonstrations. Don’t miss the beer garden and a new variety of seafood challenges. For more information, call 609.884.5508, or visit www.capemaychamber.com and www.capemayhaborfestival.com

June 14

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS

Written by Henry Myer, it premiered on Broadway in 1922. This dramatic comedy charts the relationship of a married couple from 1872, when they move into their new home after their honeymoon, all the way to their golden anniversary, in 1922. ELTC’s artistic director tracked down the only known script of this forgotten gem.   

June 11 - July 19 (Wed.-Sat.)

8:30pm

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Upcoming Events

Sat, September 19

Backtrack Vocals Presented by MAC Rain date September 20 Come enjoy an evening of music performed by talented, local Cape May musicians.

Sat, September 26

Sun, October 25

Due to New Jersey Governor Murphy's Executive Order on outdoor gatherings and with a priority to the safety and welfare of