Wednesday, May 10, 2017 / by Teresa DiPeso
Shorebird & Horseshoe Crab Festival, Fri-Sun, May 19-21, Stone Harbor
The Wetlands Institute presents this annual event for the 5th year, a weekend jam packed with conservation-based, hands-on, interactive activities for all ages. The horseshoe crab breeding season coincides with the great bird migration, both of which are unrivaled the world over. For more info and tickets, visit this link.
Murder Mystery Weekend, Fri-Sat, May 19-20, Wildwood
Enjoy a weekend of "who-dunnit?" in beautiful Wildwood. There is a lot to this event, with something for everyone: enjoy a fun outdoors 1950's era movie, take in breakfast or dinner at area restaurants, an interactive murder mystery, dancing to doo-wop, and a scavenger hunt on the Boardwalk! For more info and tickets, visit this link.
Captain Kidd Day, Saturday, May 20, 26th Ave & the Boardwalk, North Wildwood
Join Captain Kidd, who is rumored to have buried treasure here, for a pirate costume parade at 11am, followed by a treasure hunt on the beach at 19th Ave (for children ages 12 and under). There will be prizes galore, including cash, bikes, weekend stays, gift cards and more! To register for the parade call 609-522-2955. You do not have to register for the treasure hunt.
Spring Sidewalk Sale, Thurs-Sun, May 18-21, Washington St. Mall in Cape May
Local businesses will be offering huge discounts for this outdoor sale, making room for summer inventory. This is always a very popular event, so make sure to come early and get the best finds. 9am-7pm.
Atlantic City Ballet's Swan Lake, Sunday, May 21, 4pm, Caesar's in AC
Swan Lake remains to this day the quintessential ballet. If you've never seen it, come out to this local production and see why. It's a story of romance, sorcery and betrayal, and centered on life's most recognizable themes: the struggle between good and evil. For tickets, visit this link.