Easter Sunday Cape May Style

Easter Sunday Cape May Style

80 plus degree temperatures made for an exceptional Easter Sunday Cape May style day. The annual Easter Fashion Stroll hosted by the Washington Street Mall merchants basked in sunshine. It was warm enough to make the Fudge Kitchen’s Easter bunny sweat.

Cape May City council was well represented, though careful not to convene quorum. Mr. Blue Skies, Mayor Chuck Lear, was actively capturing the mall event on film.

The tiniest of contestants participated in the fashion stroll. All age groups were involved. Prizes were donated by the mall merchants for each category.

Fans watched with surprise and delight as the contestants promenaded across the Mall.

Decisions, decisions had to be made by the judges of Easter Sunday Cape May style fashion stroll.

Congress Hall also hosted its version of Easter Sunday Cape May style. Growing in popularity so much that some families arrive by private bus. The Easter egg hunt was the biggest attraction.

Kids of all ages have to hold back the urge to scramble for eggs scattered across the great lawn at Congress Hall.

There you have it, Easter Sunday Cape May style in a photo gallery recap. Tell us how you like this style of photo blog. What kind of events would you like to see covered. You input is important. Post your feedback in the comments below. Feel free to share with your friends.

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  1. Barbara Turse
    April 17, 2017 / 11:13 am

    Love it!

  2. Happy
    April 17, 2017 / 12:29 pm

    Chuck Lear is the perfect mayor for Cape May. He’s friendly and outgoing and he represents the city well. It’s nice to have a mayor who doesn’t micromanage everyone and is always willing to stop and talk to people.

  3. June Arnold
    April 17, 2017 / 12:34 pm

    I think it is great. The kids seem to be enjoying the mall parade and the Egg Hunt was the icing on the cake for them. Also great to see Chuck Lear out there and enjoying the event. Cape May now has a great mayor.

  4. Alice Minervino
    April 19, 2017 / 11:05 am

    You posted a photo of a dog on the Washington Mall on Easter. It was cute with its holiday outfit. However, there are signs at the mall that no dogs are allowed! You know this yet don’t seem bothered by people not following this rule because you’ve never seen poo left there! ( I read the comments following your photo ) I guess I just don’t understand what the point is in having any rules if they’re going to constantly be ignored. I own a condo in Cape May and care very much about maintaining the beauty of this town. I thought you would feel the same.

    • April 19, 2017 / 1:01 pm

      First thank you for reading the blog post and or following me on social media. I sincerely appreciate you. I believe my Instagram post simply asked a question, rather than express my opinion.
      I too own an eight year old Golden Retriever named Joy. I honor the signs and choose not to walk her on the mall ( at least not after sunrise). That said, if the governing leaders rescinded the ordinance of prohibiting dogs on the mall then so be it. At this point I am just gathering opinions and I value yours. Thanks JC

  5. Susan Sacirbey
    April 19, 2017 / 1:36 pm

    Celebrating in style. Looks very special. Fond memories of Cape May!