Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Summer's Gone and the Real Fun Begins

Fri, October 10

The 42nd annual Victorian Weekend celebrates Cape May's Victorian heritage, featuring the Chocolate Championship Tour & Tasting, Historic House Tours, Murder Mystery Dinners, living history programs, lectures, workshops, performances and more.
Admission: Call for information

Sat, October 11

CAPE MAY CONVENTION HALL
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11
West Cape May celebrates her farming heritage with the Annual Lima Bean Festival in Wilbraham Park! The lowly legume takes center stage beginning at 9:00AM and delights locals and visitors alike with her vast array of recipes, crafts and products available.

Sun, October 12

Crafters and antiques dealers from throughout the region display and sell their wares on the lawn of the Emlen Physick Estate. Free parking.
10 am–4 pm
Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St.
Admission: Free

Fri, October 17

More than two weeks of specially-themed tours and events including Ghostwriter Trolley Rides, Madame Parmentier’s Psychic Teas, Scarecrow Alley, Midnight at the Physick Estate, Historic Haunts Combination Tours, Phantoms of the Physick Estate and much more to help you get into the “spirit” of the season.
Admission: Call for information

Sat, October 18

New Jersey Lighthouses, museums, and life saving stations host a “Lighthouse Challenge of New Jersey” weekend. The public is invited (and challenged) to visit all participating lighthouses over the weekend and help raise funds for continued lighthouse preservation.
At the Carriage House Gallery on the grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St.
Celebrating 85 years of community service.
Admission: Free.
Sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). For more information, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org.

Crafters and antiques dealers from throughout the region display and sell their wares at Cape May Convention Hall.  Metered parking is available in the immediate area.
October 18
10 am–4 pm
Cape May Convention Hall
Admission: $2

Sun, October 19

TEDxCapeMay returns for a third season at Cape May Convention Hall on Sunday, October 19, 2014, beginning at 9:30am for a full day of diverse performances and presentations under the theme: 'The Pursuit of Happiness.', The TEDxCapeMay program features at least 12 outstanding speakers and performers, each challenged with presenting a novel “idea worth spread
Trick or Treat
Washington Street Mall
Noon – 2 PM
Mark your calendar for Cape May’s 31st Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 19, 2014. The annual parade features music, entertainment, and of course, dozens of costumes from chilling to thrilling. Awards will be given in many different categories, groupings, and age ranges. Be sure to bring a sweets bag for trick or treating on the Washington Street Mall, starting at noon.

Fri, October 24

Held during the peak of fall migration, enjoy 3 days of naturalist-led field trips, indoor & outdoor workshops, lectures, boat trips, and more. Witness amazing fall of hawks, eagles, owls.

Fri, October 31

Some spooky characters are waiting with treats for good little ghosts and goblins and pirates and princesses.
October 31
5 pm–7 pm
The Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St.
Admission: Free.

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