Things to Do in Cape May NJ

Music, Theater, Arts & Culture

It’s that time of year when the community comes together! Mayor Chuck Lear paid a visit to the wreath making workshop at Nature Center of Cape May last night! In attendance was East Lynne’s President of the Board, Thomas Raniszewski as well as East Lynne supporters Tina of Spirt Catcher Photography and Dustin Piccolo-Kinsey of Fine Fellows Ice Cream! Check out @naturecenterofcapemay to learn more about their ongoing Arts and educational offerings! (Photo from Mayor Lear) #capemaynj #itsbeginningtosmellalotlikechristmas #christmasincapemay #wreathmaking #artandnature #community

It’s that time of year when the community comes together! Mayor Chuck Lear paid a visit to the wreath making workshop at Nature Center of Cape May last night! In attendance was East Lynne’s President of the Board, Thomas Raniszewski as well as East Lynne supporters Tina of Spirt Catcher Photography and Dustin Piccolo-Kinsey of Fine Fellows Ice Cream! Check out @naturecenterofcapemay to learn more about their ongoing Arts and educational offerings! (Photo from Mayor Lear) #capemaynj #itsbeginningtosmellalotlikechristmas #christmasincapemay #wreathmaking #artandnature #community

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It’s Christmas Eve and with the actors snowed in and unable to make it to the studios of WXMS for the live radio performance of A Christmas Carol, the sound effects person decides to take the audience through the classic tale himself. In an impressive and amusing feat, this telling is performed as a 1940s radio play with one person providing all of the characters’ voices and sound effects. This rollicking, creative adaptation of Dickens’ classic work is sure to warm the hearts of even the chilliest audience members. Offering Dinner and a show or Lunch and a Sunday Matinee at the Blue Pig Tavern. General Admission $25 per person. http://ow.ly/BMOG30gQfWd

It’s Christmas Eve and with the actors snowed in and unable to make it to the studios of WXMS for the live radio performance of A Christmas Carol, the sound effects person decides to take the audience through the classic tale himself. In an impressive and amusing feat, this telling is performed as a 1940s radio play with one person providing all of the characters’ voices and sound effects. This rollicking, creative adaptation of Dickens’ classic work is sure to warm the hearts of even the chilliest audience members. Offering Dinner and a show or Lunch and a Sunday Matinee at the Blue Pig Tavern. General Admission $25 per person. http://ow.ly/BMOG30gQfWd

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