Shameless plug, that’s me introducing the video of the weekend. It’s the time of year when event saturation begins to take place. What to do, where to go, creates stressful decisions. Let me help. Two events that should be on your radar this Saturday; One is Harborfest, depicted in the video and described here:
“Harbor Fest is this Saturday, June 14, 2014, at the Nature Center of Cape May. This year’s Harbor Fest will feature a plethora of children activities including arts and crafts, games, a “Corn-hole” tournament, and the always popular, “Coastie Corner.” For the first time ever, Harbor Fest will be visited by, ….you guessed it, Santa Claus.
Sea food will again take center stage at the Nature Center when the world famous Lobster House sets up its raw bar and cooking demonstrations take place inside the Education Hall. Nothing blends purpose and fun better than Paddle for a Purpose. Paddle a kayak, canoe or SUP through the marshes and back bays all for the Purpose of raising funds so that Coast Guard Dependent children can attend summer nature camp.
For the second year, legendary “Philly Bill Culp” will broadcast his Saturday “Down the Shore with Philly Bill” program on WIBBAGE” radio, 94.3 from the Nature Center deck. Also at the Center, Cape Regional Hospital will be offering free health screenings. So come on down to the Harbor of Cape May, for a full day of free family fun.”
The second: Family Promise’s Mega Yard Sale:
1st Annual Family Promise Yard Sale Saturday 6/14 from 8am to 3pm
505 Town Bank Road, North Cape May
~Loads of Great Treasure’s
Not just your typical yard sale if Laurie Johnson is involved. Family Promise’s mission is to keep homeless families together during their time of crisis by providing safe shelter and meals in congregational facilities and to provide support services needed to educate, encourage, and empower these families in their quest to re-establish their individual pride and independence.
Go spend some money, pick-up some great finds, and help a truly worthy cause at the same time.
Thank you for your continued excellent representation and information of Cape May’s Best-
It’s certainly a pleasure to read your articles about all the great activities and good events in and around our town.
Thank you so much Patricia. Good luck with the opening today. If the city doesn’t praise Dagmer enough we will have to do a blog about that.