Monday, May 1, 2017 / by Teresa Dipeso
World Series of Birding, Saturday, May 6, Cape May State Park
Beginning at midnight, and lasting until midnight on Sunday, the state of NJ will be flocked by bird enthusiasts, for the largest and most prestigious birding event in the nation. Get a team together or go at it alone, but come out to Cape May Point at 6pm for a fun finish to the festivities. For more info, visit this site.
Spring Tide Festival, Saturday, May 6, 11-5pm, 96th St. in Stone Harbor
Celebrate the many joys and wonders of the water surrounding Seven Mile Island at this great, family-friendly festival in downtown Stone Harbor. There will be a wine-garden, boats, games, fun activities, tasty food and more!
Tournament of Bands Indoor Championship, Thurs-Sun, May 4-7
This rousing event will take place at the Wildwood Convention Center and the Middle Twp. High School Performing Arts Center, just 10 minutes away. Over 225 high school bands from 9 states in the Mid-Atlantic Region will compete for the Mid-Atlantic Championship. With four days of action, this is sure to get you jazzed! For more info, visit this site.
Morey's Pier Boardwalk Bunk Down, Sat-Sun, May 6-7, Wildwood Boardwalk & beach
Set up camp on Adventure Pier, then enjoy rides all day Saturday on Mariner's Pier. When you've had your fill of amusements, head back to Adventure Pier, grab your beach chair or blanket and settle in for an outdoor movie with complimentary popcorn, under the Great White Rollercoaster. Rain or shine event. For more info, visit this site.
Renaissance Fair, Sat-Sun, May 6-7, Smithville, NJ, 10am both days
Travel back in time in beautiful Smithville, back to the the age of kings, queens and knights. Taking on an English style, Smithville will become the Shire of Smithville! There will be comedy, tragedy, sword fighting, dance, and more merriment than you can imagine! For more info, visit this site.