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Tales of the Victorians at East Lynne Theater Company in Cape May

Cape May News - admin - July 16, 2019

Back again, join the East Lynne Theater Company’s “Tales of the Victorians” returns for its 30th year! Indulge in tasty treats served up by the host or hostess at the venue, while listening to stories by famous American authors read by ELTC performers Stephanie Garrett and Lee O’Connor.

Garrett was in ELTC’s “Lost on the Natchez Trace,” “Rain,” and “Christmas in Black and White.” O’Connor has been portraying Sherlock Holmes and other characters in ELTC’s radio-style mysteries in Cape May and on the road since 2002. Advance reservations may be made, but no advance payment. Cash or check will be accepted before the performance at the venue.   

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Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone at Cape May Convention Hall

Cape May News - admin - July 9, 2019

Wednesday, July 24, 2019 8:00 pm 

Cost: $48 per person

Buy Tickets


http://www.capemaycity.com/cit-e-access/webpage.cfm?TID=103&TPID=12794

Location
Cape May Convention Hall

714 Beach Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204
(609) 884-9565

From classic rock and roll to smooth rhythm and blues to a set list hand-picked by the audience, the City of Cape May 2019 Summer Concert Series offers eight weeks of thrilling entertainment.

Cape May favorite Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone take the stage. Known for hits such as “Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter, “I’m Henry VIII, I Am,” and “I’m Into Something Good,” Noone and his group sold more than 60 million recordings, earning 14 gold records and 7 gold albums.

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2019 Cape May Autumn Crafts & Collectibles Show

Cape May News - admin - July 9, 2019

cape may rentals The Emlin Physick Estate in Cape MAy

Saturday, October 05, 2019 10:00 am – 4:00 pm | 

Cost: Free Admission

Location
Emlen Physick Estate

1048 Washington St
Cape May, NJ 08204
609-884-5404
  

The Fall Arts & Crafts Festival will showcase handmade mixed arts and crafts vendors as more than 40 vendors come to Cape May to sell hand-made novelties including seasonal decorations, gift items and more.

Sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities benefiting performing arts events in Cape May.

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Tips to Advertise your Cape May Vacation Rental

Cape May News, Vacation Rental News - admin - June 18, 2019

Keep your listing description updated

Make sure your Cape May listing is updated with the latest information about your rental. Your availability calendar should be updated and correct. Photos should be recent. Renters who review listings want complete information or they will move on to the next listing. Our best performing rentals have listings that are complete and accurate.

Respond to inquiries quickly.

Owners who respond quickly to inquiries are more likely to book their Cape May rental. Why? Renters have already viewed your property and are interested. The faster the response the less likely renters will look elsewhere for a rental.

Photos, Photos, Photo

Photos are the most important element to any listing.

Think about how your photos will be displayed. There should be a flow that helps the potential guest understand which rooms connect where. 

Consider including a detailed floor plan as a photo. 

Use plenty of photos in your listing to maximize its visibility. Studies have shown guests are 80 percent more likely to learn more about a Cape May home when there are more than 20 photos. 

Get reviews

Potential guest read reviews. They want to see what others are saying about your Cape May rental. Reviews can make or break your vacation rental. If you put enough focus on the guest experience, you’ll generate a positive feedback loop that leads to more bookings, and higher occupancy rates. 

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Cape May 2019 Halloween Parade

Cape May News - admin - June 17, 2019

Cape May Halloween Parad

37th  Annual Cape May Halloween Parade

Cape May’s annual Halloween Parade is scheduled for Sunday, October  20, 2019.  Prior to the parade, trick or treating on the Washington Street Mall will be held from Noon to 2 p.m., which is sponsored by the Small Businesses of the Washington Street Mall.

Parade registration is free and begins at 1:30 p.m. on the corner of Perry Street and the Washington Street Mall.  Divisions are as follows: 3 and under, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-17, 18 and older, Groups and Floats.  Prizes will be awarded to all divisions at the conclusion of the parade at the Emlen Physick Estate. 

The Parade route begins at Perry Street and Carpenter Lane, proceeds down Carpenter Lane to Ocean Street, travels down Washington Street and ends at the Emlen Physick Estate located at 1048 Washington Street. 

The Parade is sponsored by the City of Cape May, the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May and the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities (Cape May MAC).

For more information call the City of Cape May Department of Tourism, Recreation and Civic Affairs at (609) 884-9565

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Say No To Service Fees

Cape May News, Vacation Rental News - admin - June 5, 2019

Airbnb is now going to eliminate guest fees for property managers and hotels beginning June 4. What does this mean for the vacation rental market?

The big vacation rental listing services are now moving away from the service fee model where guests are charged a fee to book. The new tactic will be a service fee where the owner of the rental property will pay a percentage fee per rental transaction. This new model will drive more guest business to the sites but may very well backfire with owners. Owners will be less likely to list a rental knowing they now have to pay a percentage of each rental for the “privilege” of listing on a big vacation rental listing service.

What can owners do? Find local vacation rental listing sites that do not charge any service fees at all. CapeMayVacationRentals.com and Wildwoodrentals.com do not charge service fees.

Simply browse our listings and contact the owner directly. Bypass the fees for the same property and save money.

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Pure Prairie League and Orleans at Cape May Convention Hall

Cape May News - admin - June 5, 2019

Cost: $48 per person

Location
Cape May Convention Hall

714 Beach Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204
(609) 884-9565

From classic rock and roll to smooth rhythm and blues to a set list hand-picked by the audience, the City of Cape May 2019 Summer Concert Series offers eight weeks of thrilling entertainment.�

Pure Prairie League and Orleans kick off the concert series. Pure Prairie League brings its unique country rock sound to the stage with hits such as “Aimee,” “Let Me Love You Tonight,” and “Falling in And Out of Love.” Orleans has performed for more than four decades, producing more than 16 albums and classic hits such as “Still The One,” “Dance With Me,” and “Love Takes Time.”

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Cape May Historic District

Cape May News - admin - May 27, 2019

The National Register of Historic Places designated Cape May a National Historic Landmark District in 1976.

Cape May is known for its historic and varied architecture. Cape May contains over 600 homes, old hotels, and commercial structures that make it an excellent study in architectural building

Cape May was discovered by Sir Henry Hudson on August 28, 1609. He entered Delaware Bay and landed a few miles north of Cape May Point. The City of Cape May is known as the oldest Sea Shore resort in America. Long before the first Europeans explored the coast of the New World, Cape May County was inhabited by a branch of the Lenni-Lenape tribe of Indians.

Cape May was named for Cornelius Jacobson Mey, a Dutchman representing the Dutch West India Company. Mey explored this coast in 1621. Shortly after his visit, in May of 1630, Samuel Godyn and Samuel Blommaert representing the same company, made the first land purchase in the county. They bought from the Indians a tract 4 miles along the bay from Cape May Point northward and 12 miles inland. A New Netherlands colony was firmly established. In 1632 Davi Pieterson DeVries, an eminent seaman became the first resident patroon land owner in Cape May. He was to establish a fishing industry, particularly that of whaling. In 1638 English colonists from New England migrated to expand the whaling industry and Town Bank (or Cape May Town) was founded. The English assumed control of the area in the 1660’s.

While Cape May flourished as a resort, famous for its atmosphere and entertainments, a number of famous hotels were constructed — in 1853, the Mount Vernon — then the largest hotel in the world. It burned in September 1856. The United States Hotel built in 1843, burned in the disastrous fire of 1867. Since many of these large summer “palaces” were timber, they were vulnerable to fire and the great 1867 fire leveled two city blocks.

Cape May retains a very great number of the buildings of the second half of the 19th century. There is an almost complete showcase of late-Victorian architecture which should be preserved and restored. The so-called eclectic styles so fancied by a new rich America are all here. Most of these buildings were conceived and constructed by the individual carpenter-builder, using textbooks and trade journals. They improvised freely on what they thought were traditional styles — Greek RevivalGothicQueen AnneItalianate, Elizabethan, Eastlake, Mansard, etc., but these borrowings were not historically accurate. Rather, these romantic statements were an architectural vernacular that produced the “Picturesque” style Americans held to be the height of fashion. Many of the buildings in Cape May must have been designed by creative local carpenters using the handbooks of construction that were standard reference. These “pattern books” included designs, costs of material, chatty advice on good taste and had some pretensions as to guides to culture. The parvenu client was anxious to display his wealth in the form of a fine house in the latest fashion. Cape May has a number of excellent examples of the elegant summer residence.

Cape May now protects its most valuable asset, its architecture. Homeowners, businesses, and builders must go before an historic commission whos mandate is to protect the architectural inregrity in each building.

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Cape May 30th Annual Music Festival

Cape May News - admin - May 21, 2019

Get ready for a great week of music. Enjoy world-class orchestral and chamber, jazz, pop and brass band, and music at the 30th annual Cape May Music Festival. Sunday, May 26-Friday, June 14.

Presented by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC).

Other Dates For This Event:
  • Sunday, May 26, 2019
  • Monday, May 27, 2019
  • Tuesday, May 28, 2019
  • Wednesday, May 29, 2019
  • Thursday, May 30, 2019

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West Cape May Strawberry Festival

Cape May News - admin - May 7, 2019

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The West Cape May Strawberry Festival is being held this year in beautiful Wilbraham Park in West Cape May on Saturday, June 1 from 9-5. The rain date will be June 2nd.

There will be well over 1000 vendors selling everything from beautiful antiques and collectibles, garage finds and more. The park is the perfect location for visitors to stroll through the various vendors looking for delightful treats to eat that celebrate the strawberry as well as other fruits. The food is fantastic with crab cakes and so much more.

Local artisans will be displaying their crafts for sale. Photographers, woodworkers and more.

Live Music all day. So come out and enjoy a beautiful tradition the West Cape May Strawberry Festival

9:00 Bill the Steel Drum Guy

11:00 Blondage

1:00 Five Times Famous

3:15  The Geno White Trio

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