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February 13-20, 2006
Crafts are Back
You know the season has started when the first crafts fair is rolled out. This President's Day weekend, you can attend both a crafts fair and an antiques fair at Cape May Convention Hall - a sure sign that the tide has turned and warmer weather is just a few weeks away.
Presidents’ Day Skate Party
What are YOU doing on Monday, the official President's Day holiday?? Why not strap on those skates and get a little workout at the annual President's Day Roller Skating Party. 1-3Pm Monday at Cape May Convention Hall. who knows - you might even win a prize! Refreshments will be available and you can rent skates or roller blades right on the premises.
Far be it from us to try to judge your musical tastes. Take you pick this weekend of two local concerts...Friday night, the Marsh Music series at the Wetlands Institute features Celtic fiddler Laura Cortese. She's been captivating crowds on her East Coast tour. her final stop is Friday night at 8Pm at the Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor. Or if you're in the mood for a little jazz, head over to the Jazz Vespers series at Cape May's First Presbyterian Church on Sunday at 3PM for
Jim Maher and Company. Great guitar playing and engaging story telling.
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