Cape May, New Jersey- Sorry, we’re sold out this weekend. Sorry, we’re sold out this weekend.
“What’s going on this weekend?” is the question everyone asks when we tell them were sold out. Through-out the summer we kept track of that question on weekends when we were full. Fall is not much different.
So what IS going on this weekend? Like most weekends in the Fall, Cape May is still busy. This weekend is no exception:
The North American Sea Glass Festival:
Sea glass collectors and aficionados from throughout North America will gather in Cape May, New Jersey this fall to share their treasures from the sea and learn more about this increasingly popular pastime. The 9th annual North American Sea Glass Festival will be held September 27-28 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cape May Convention Hall, 714 Beach Avenue in beautiful Cape May. Admission is $5 daily at the door, and the public is invited.
Cape May Dragon Boat Festival:
Cape May’s Dragon Boat races have been wildly popular. Teams from all over town and the surrounding area have signed up and attended past races. There should be more than 40 teams this year, made up of friends, family, co-workers, clubs, schools, hospitals, community groups, employees of local businesses, nonprofits and people who just want to have fun.
Tom Cupp Swings to the Forty’s Big Band:
The night will feature live music by the 14 piece Big Band, Walt Wagner and the Serenaders as well as dance instruction by Tom Cupp. According to Chief Operating Officer Bruce Fournier, “Last year’s dance was a huge hit. The atmosphere in the hangar is really something special. Advanced ticket sales have been strong and we expect to sell out!”
And this doesn’t include the Cape May Brewery tap takeover at Harry’s or the Craft Beer and Crabs Festival at Two-Mile landing. Or the Squares playing September songs at the Mad Batter.
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Have a great weekend.
Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. We had a wonderful Sunday in Cape May for the Sea Glass Festival. Since that event was rather crowded, we took advantage of an amazingly beautiful fall Sunday and toured Cape May, including a wonderful carriage ride.
We hope to return soon when we’re able to spend more time seeing your lovely town.