Cape May: Warm and Sunny, Breezy and Easy

So, it’s not officially summer, but based on the crowds and number of umbrellas on the beaches, it’s really here!

The next two weeks?  Aside from eating, biking, relaxing and hitting the beach, here are some highlights…

June-July:  at Cape May Stage’s Robert Shackleton Theater is “Red-Hot Patriot: The Kick-ass Wit of Molly Ivins” The late Molly Ivins was Austin’s newspaper columnist, best-selling author and Texas icon. She stirred up a heap of trouble in the Lone Star State’s old boy’s club and earned a place in history as one of America’s most articulate satirists.


There is live music all over Cape May these days with a lot of local and regional talent entertaining the masses. There’s Rock, Jazz, Singer-Songwriter, Folk, Blues…a little something for everyone.  Check out these venues for their nightly music schedules: The Mad Batter CabanasHarry’sBoiler Room Elaine’s Porch Hawk Haven Winery Rusty Nail/Beach Shack Willow Creek Winery – Carney’sMerion Inn


June 11-21: Jim Inzero and Beatrice Coron on Exhibit at  SOMA GALLERY  – Encaustic paintings by regional artist Inzero and world-renowned papercut artist Coron. Open daily 10-6.


There are still rental properties available for your vacation, with new properties being added almost weekly! Call Homestead’s Rental Department at 609-884-1888 or email us at Homestead for more information. If you’re in the neighborhood, please stop by!






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