Tuesdays: January 7th - March 24th NO WALK & TALK 2/25
Saturday, February 22 2020

City of Cape May


Cape May Stage presents a powerful drama set in 1968 on the eve of Martin Luther King’s assassination. This surrealistic fantasy revolves around a conversation between King and a mysterious hotel maid, forcing him to confront his life, his legacy, and the future of African-Americans.

Box Office: (609) 770-8311

May 21 – June 13

Wed – Sat 8PM, Sun 3PM

Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette Street


Armed Forced Day Ceremony at the World War II Lookout Tower

Lookout Tower is located on Sunset Boulevard in Lower Township, near Cape May Point.

The newly restored World War II Lookout Tower is the perfect setting to pay tribute to the dedicated men and women who have helped preserve our freedom.

Admission: Free

Sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). For more information, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org.

NJ Audubon Cape MAYgration Spring Birding Festival

A celebration of spring migration focusing on the concentration of shorebirds and horseshoe crabs and migrating warblers. Special walks, programs, and lectures, day trips along the Delaware Bayshore, special evening programs and more!

May 17–18

7:30 am–5 pm

Cape May County

For more information, call Marleen Murgitroyde at 609.884.2736, email at birdcapemay@njaudubon.org, or visit www. www.BirdCapeMay.com


Join Aqua Trails Kayak Nature Tours for a two-hour, guided kayak eco-tour from the Nature Center through Cape May Harbor and surrounding coastal wetlands.  Naturalists will point out migratory birds and marine life and explain the local ecology of the region.  Space is limited; reservations are strongly suggested.

Beginning May 10

Saturdays and Sundays

11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Location: 1600 Delaware Avenue


Upcoming Events

Mon, February 17

Roller Skating at Cape May Convention Hall
1pm-3pm, 4pm-6pm

Tue, February 18

Sat, February 22



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