The Fourth – Be With Us In Cape May!



If you are looking to spend 4th of July in one of the most amazing places in America, then Cape May is the perfect choice. The entire town is designated a National Historic Landmark City – the only city in America that has this distinction. Cape May is the oldest seaside resort in the country as well, and is so rich in history, nature, entertainment and activities, you will never run out of things to do! Cape May will offer you the best of the best…from great Victorian architecture, amazing restaurants and bars to fun family events.

 

In between catching waves and exploring the town on the 4th of July, grab a blanket and find a spot right on the beach to check out the fireworks. Everybody knows the fireworks in Cape May are one of the best around, and it’s your time to witness that.

 

Here’s what’s happening in and around town!

 

MUSIC

 

  • Saturday 6/30 – Gregg Carpenter playing poolside at Tiki Ten 35 from 2-7 pm; Dom Grosso at Hawk Haven Vineyard (3-6 pm ); at Rotary Park you can enjoy a FREE concert by Wind Symphony of Southern NJ (7-9pm);
  • Sunday, July 1st – Cape May Jazz Vespers welcome Barry Miles and trio at First Presbyterian Church (8-9: 15 pm);
  • Thursday, July 5th – The Honeyhawks (pictured at right) playing poolside at Tiki Ten35 at The Ocean Club Pool (2-6pm)
  • Sunday, July 8th – Nick Sbaffoni is playing at Harry’s (4-8pm)and Jon Pruitt is playing piano at Merion Inn (5:30 – 10:30 pm)

 

 

ART AND THEATER

 

  • Saturday 6/30 and Sunday 7/1SOMA NewArt Gallery: “An Unmistakable Moment, Walk with Me, and Related Reflections” (10am-10pm)
  • Friday July 6th – East Lynne Theater presents “On the Sunny Side of the Street” (8-10pm)
  • Monday, July 9th – Cape May Stage presents Will and Anthony Nunziata (8-10pm)
  • July 11- 15 – Emlen Physick Estate – REV Theater Presents: 1940s Cabaret (7-9pm)

 

 

FAMILY FUN

 

  • July 01-29th – Wildlife Show at the Convention Hall (7:30-9pm)
  • Monday, July 02 – Congress Hall Carnival! (5:30 – 9:00pm)
  • Tuesday, July 3rd – Magic Show at Convention Hall (7- 8:30pm)
  • Saturday, July 7th – Watch the annual Cape May Independence Day Parade held on Beach Avenue. (1pm)
  • Wednesday, July 11thCape May Lighthouse is organizing a kid-friendly event with performers, craft vendors and fun family activities. (9am – 2pm)

 

 

If you still haven’t booked your summer rental, Homestead Rental Team can help you find the perfect house for you and your family. Call us now at 609.884.1888 or you can check our inventory HERE.

Spring’s Sprung In Cape May!



Little bit by little bit, Cape May is coming out of a long winter’s nap.  Retail stores and restaurants once quiet for the winter, open their doors and the town starts humming with activity. Then the crocuses and daffodils pop up, followed by tulips and hyacinths.

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The birds make their presence known too with flocks of robins, juncos, Carolina wrens, sparrows and swallows. But the most prevalent species indigenous to Cape May — the contractor vans — flock to our fair city, signaling the preparations for the upcoming season.

It’s a busy time, and events start to populate the calendar, drawing visitors to our hamlet.  For the young and agile, the Cape May Convention Center offers roller skating in a number of sessions.  Click here for specific times and pricing!

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Also at Convention Hall on Beach Avenue are two concerts: The Duquesne University Tamburitzans on Sunday, March 22nd and then on Saturday, April 4th, Cape May welcomes Deana Martin performing a tribute in song to her father, Dean Martin, and also to her “uncles,” Sammy Davis Jr., and Frank Sinatra. It is sure to be a celebration of these great singers and The Great American Songbook.

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Cape May’s music scene is vast and you’ll find live music in venues throughout the area. A very popular venue is the Willow Creek Winery, which has its weekly “Firepit Fridays” featuring a crackling fire outside, and inside local musicians entertain while you enjoy the comfy couches, fireplace, delicious tapas and signature wines.

If it’s theater you like, our local Equity theater troupe, East Lynne Theater Company offers its popular vintage-radio style productions of Nick Carter and Sherlock Holmes mysteries on Friday and Saturday, March 20th and 21st.  Advance ticket purchases are encouraged, as this very often sells out.

HOLMES

And there’s more!  On March 27-28th, wepatty-larkin welcome the 8th annual Singer Songwriter Weekend, with over 150 independent singer-songwriters performing in 15 venues throughout Cape May.  There will be more music to hear than you can imagine, so to help you plan your weekend, visit the event website and take a listen to these troubadours. One of the headliners of the event is Patty Larkin, a guitar wizard and accomplished songwriter.

So you see, in additional to the tours, shopping, dining, beach-walking and just enjoying the environs of Cape May, there are ever more reasons to visit us in the off-season.  If you do, make us your first call to secure one of our excellent rental properties, many available for the weekend!

We still have great properties available in prime season, and now is a good time to reserve yours! You can even pay by credit card…only at Homestead. You can browse all of our properties on-line at: www.homesteadcapemayrentals.com If a weekly rental, you can book online, or book your weekend and summer vacation rental, by calling us at 1-888-309-7454 or contacting us via: reservations@homesteadrealestate.net.

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