Tuesday, March 7, 2017 / by Teresa Dipeso
Fishing and Boating Expo, Sunday, March 19, Wildwood Convention Center on the Wildwood Boardwalk
Come cast your line at this new, exciting event. Up to 85 vendors will exhibit their wares from 9am-3pm inside the beautiful Wildwood Convention Center. From the back bays to the canyons, there's something for every type of angler. Back bay legend Fred Uhlman will be on hand to offer up some advice; Fred hosts the longest running fishing show in the area, "Jersey Cape Fishing". $4 admission. Kids under 12, military, firefighters get in free. Plenty of free parking!
Spring Bridal Fair, Sunday, March 19, Oceanfront Exhibition Hall in the Wildwood Convention Center
Brides have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with industry professionals at this annual event, and find everything they need to create the wedding of their dreams. Save-the-dates, invitations, DJ's, photographers, florists and decor designers, and so much more! Free admission, free prize drawings, and free gifts for pre-registered brides! For more info, call 609-465-7181.
St. Paddy's Day Polar Plunge, Saturday, March 18, Carney's Restaurant, 411 Beach Ave in Cape May
Take plunge for a great cause, Family Promise of Cape May County, which supports local families in their quest to gain independence and get on a solid footing. Family Promise is the primary outreach support program in the area for needy families. There will also be a race, pub crawl and more, all sponsored by Carney's in Cape May. For registration and start times, visit this link.
East Lynne Theater's "Detective Holmes and Carter", Saturday, March 18, First Presbyterian Church in Cape May
This popular radio-style program is back once more, featuring live sound effects, commercials, and an amazing cast. In The Adventure of the Red-Headed League, Sherlock Holmes must learn why a man from Lebanon, PA left money in his will to start a club for men with red hair. Can you figure it out? Showtime starts at 8pm. Hughes & Decatur St. in Cape May. Tickets are $27 for adults, $17 for students/military, free for 12 and under.
Florida Georgia Line, Friday, March 17, 7pm at Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
With their innovative fusion of country, rock, hip-hop and pop, this group has already proven themselves as once-in-a-generation. Always upbeat and keeping the good times going, they also touch on some of the deeper sides of things. This should be an excellent show! For tickets, visit this link.