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  • Fall Sidewalk Sale on the Washington Street Mall

    Washington Street Mall | Starts: 9:00AM | Ends: 7:00PM

    Our sidewalk sales are famous for great savings on clothing, gifts, collectibles, and more! Be sure to stop by to pick up some of the hottest deals of the season from our merchants.

  • Fall Migration Festival

    Wetlands Institute | Starts: 9:30AM | Ends: 4:30PM

    At The Wetlands Institute, fall is an especially good time to experience the changing of seasons and the spectacle of migration of raptors, warblers, waterfowl, and more. In an effort to spread the word about this incredible time of year, The Wetlands Institute will be hosting our Fall Migration Festival again in 2022. Visitors of all ages will be able to see, explore, learn, and enjoy!

  • Harvest Brew Fest

    Emlen Physick Estate | Starts: 10:00AM | Ends: 5:00PM

    Enjoy craft beers and celebrate South Jersey during this all-day festival that celebrates all things local! Enjoy local food vendors, local artisans, local craft beers and local musical talent.

  • Monarch Butterfly Tagging Demo

    Nature Center of Cape May - 1600 Delaware Ave, Cape May Starts: 2:00PM

    Join the Monarch Monitoring Project team and learn about the Monarch butterflies that migrate through Cape May. After the talk, watch as small tags are affixed to Monarchs to track their migration. You'll learn how you can help with Monarch conservation! NO preregistration required. Family-friendly Meeting. Cost: FREE - contributions to the Monarch Monitoring Project are welcome.

  • The Lifespan of a Fact - Matinee - Cape May Stage

    Robert Shackleton Playhouse, Cape May | Starts: 2:00PM

    In this comedic, yet gripping, battle over facts versus truth, a fresh-out-of-Harvard fact checker takes on a talented writer’s essay that could save the sinking New York magazine from collapse.

  • The Lifespan of a Fact - Cape May Stage

    Robert Shackleton Playhouse, Cape May | Starts: 7:00PM

    In this comedic, yet gripping, battle over facts versus truth, a fresh-out-of-Harvard fact checker takes on a talented writer’s essay that could save the sinking New York magazine from collapse.