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*During these ever-changing times due to COVID-19, please double-check with the event organizers before attending any event.*

As the coronavirus outbreak upends our daily lives, many local businesses are giving back to support the community and you can, too. Find out how you can help, from near or far, and how businesses are supporting the community during this difficult time.

Events are canceled, some of our favorite activities are closed, and people are told to practice social distancing. So how do you ‘Do The Shore’ when you can’t leave your home? These local businesses are doing their best to bring the shore to you.

Rio Station has opened the cellar, putting wines on sale with several selections reduced to just $10. These include varieties that regularly sell for considerably more, including Kung Fu Girl Reisling,  Chateau Ste. Michelle Chardonnay, Kaiken Cabernet Sauvignon, and others.

With respect for the COVID-19 lockdown and acknowledging that we all must push-on, The Wildwood Civic Club is pleased to announce the following gifts of financial and material donations to the following groups and organizations:

You may not be able to go out and celebrate Mother’s Day at the shore as you normally would this year, but here are a few ways for you and your family to have a wonderful Mother’s Day at home!

Events are canceled, some of our favorite activities are closed, and people are told to practice social distancing. So how do you ‘Do The Shore’ when you can’t leave your home? These local businesses are doing their best to bring the shore to you.

Every year we celebrate Earth Day on April 22 to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise awareness about environmental pollution. Normally we would spend this day organizing beach clean ups or planting trees, but Earth Day looks a little different this year.

Respecting social distancing but still recognizing the need for good food, Rio Station created a Bring-It-Home Menu. With selections and variations from their regular menu, the long-time area dining icon includes staples like crab cakes, chicken parmesan, and Angus beef burgers.

As the coronavirus outbreak upends our daily lives, many local businesses are giving back to support the community and you can, too. Find out how you can help, from near or far, and how businesses are supporting the community during this difficult time.

Events are canceled, some of our favorite activities are closed, and people are told to practice social distancing. So how do you ‘Do The Shore’ when you can’t leave your home? These local businesses are doing their best to bring the shore to you.

The John Walter Band is pleased to announce that applications for the 2020 John Walter Band Scholarship program are now available. Applications must be received by the JWCCB Scholarship Committee at least two weeks prior to graduation or May 11, 2020, whatever is first.  

Events are canceled, some of our favorite activities are closed, and people are told to practice social distancing. So how do you ‘Do The Shore’ when you can’t leave your home? These local businesses are doing their best to bring the shore to you.

You may not be able to go out and celebrate Easter as you normally would this year, but here are a few ways for you and your family to have an “eggcellent” Easter at home!

As anyone will tell you, the only way to get to Carnegie Hall is … practice, practice, practice! If you are engaged in the performing arts, you know that “practice”, involves hours of alone-time honing skills, commonly referred to as woodshedding, according to the Urban Dictionary.

Events are cancelled, some of our favorite activities are closed, and people are told to practice social distancing. So how do you ‘Do The Shore’ when you can’t leave your home? These local businesses are doing their best to bring the shore to you.

As the coronavirus outbreak upends our daily lives, many local businesses are giving back to support the community and you can, too. Find out how you can help, from near or far, and how businesses are supporting the community during this difficult time.

Events are cancelled, some of our favorite activities are closed, and people are told to practice social distancing. So how do you ‘Do The Shore’ when you can’t leave your home or have to stay within six feet of others? We’re here to help!

Calling All Cape May County Pet Owners! You could win $100 to Smeltzer & Sons! In honor of National Pet Month, we're collecting photos of your pets "Doing the Shore" to feature online, on social media and in the Herald's Pet Pages throughout April!

The Cape May County Zoo is normally open 364 days a year, closing only for Christmas. So, it was tough on the staff at the zoo when they had to close to the public in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Calling All Cape May County Pet Owners! You could win $100 to Smeltzer & Sons! In honor of National Pet Month, we're collecting photos of your pets "Doing the Shore" to feature online, on social media and in the Herald's Pet Pages throughout April!

From classic rock stars to a Motown legend to a patriotic country music icon, the City of Cape May 2020 Summer Concert Series offers eight weeks of outstanding performances. All shows will be held at Cape May Convention Hall, 714 Beach Avenue in Cape May, New Jersey at 8 pm.

Cape May County will go green this St. Patrick's Day weekend with a range of especially shamrockin' celebrations. Both Irishmen and non-Irishmen alike won't want to miss these spirited special events!

Are you looking for the perfect something to wear? At the right price of course! Nothing beats a day, or better yet a weekend, of browsing local shops or getting a great bargain.

The John Walter Band, the Community Concert Band of Cape May County, New Jersey, has announced the start of rehearsals on March 3, 2020. In its 24th season, the Band will continue to perform concerts, promote the arts, and build relationships.

This week’s featured drink turns your favorite sandwich into your new favorite cocktail! Prepare to be wowed by this unique drink of the week, a PB&J Martini at Harbor View Restaurant & Bar.

The Third Annual Cape May County Coast Guard Community Foundation Art Show will be held at the Mad Batter in Cape May from April 2 to April 29, 2020. A public opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, April 5, 2020 from 3 to 5 p.m. All are welcome.

Morey’s Piers, located on the boardwalk of the Wildwoods, NJ, launches another season of festivities and events starting with the grand re-opening of Mariner’s Pier from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 11.