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“Boardwalk II,” from Boca Cape Films, will come on about 1 p.m. and will be the final film in this year’s festival as anchor of an Indie Films Triple Feature.
Families can enjoy pumpkin painting and games throughout the day. A variety of crafters will sell their wares along the Village’s shell-paved lanes.
The 13th Annual Cape May Film Festival will be held October 25-27 exclusively at the Chalfonte Hotel, 301 Howard Street in Cape May.
New Jersey Audubon’s Annual Cape May Autumn Weekend turns 67 (but nobody’s talking about it retiring).
Annabelle West can only inherit her Uncle Cyrus's fortune if she is proved to be of sound mind. When she spends the night in her relative's old mansion overlooking the Hudson River, she begins to fear for her sanity.
Lt. Commander Scott Rae from TRACEN Cape May is to be the featured speaker at the Oct. 10 Harborside Chat.
The Performing Arts Center of Middle Township will pay tribute to one of the most popular singing groups of the early rock and roll era.
Romanticism and women, and married musical couples, are on the mind of Dr. Bert Greenspan, and Elise Auerbach for their Oct. 19 concert.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out some of the fun going on at the shore!