The West Cape May Environmental Commission hosts a Free Pizza & Family Movie Night at the West Cape May Borough Hall from 6-8pm on March 13th. Join your neighbors, friends and family for a humorous, adventurous movie with a friendly environmental message of the importance of preserving habitat for endangered species. The film stars three young kids who take action to protect the endangered wildlife in their neighborhood by saving their natural habitat from development.
Local naturalist, Louise Zemaitis, will provide a fun family wildlife presentation on owls in Cape May before the film. The movie is rated PG. West Cape May Borough Hall is located at 732 Broadway, West Cape May.
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