November 2006 Best Bets
Who comes to the shore in November? Film fans and Holiday revelers and owl lovers, among others.
If you love the movies, don't miss this year's film festival. It's the best bet of the month.
Cape May NJ State Film Festival
Heroes of all sorts populate this year's Film Festival, from the Saint of 911 to the woman known as Underdog to Nick Nolte in the film adaption of Way of the Peaceful Warrior. This year local hero and director Bruce Minnix shares his insider's view of early TV.
And of course there's the perennially favorite Festival of Independents - the only place locally where you can see creative short films by up and coming filmmakers.
Note: one new special workshop this year program this year is the Home Video Training Seminar - a must for any parent or aspiring videographer.
You can buy ticklets for individual films or you can get a weekend pass for all the movies plus Sunday brunch at Congress Hall for as little as $45!
For tickets call: (609) 884-6700.
Cape May does Christmas so well, so why not roll out the Holly Trolley tours a little early?? Starting mid month you'll be able to ride through the streets of Cape May on several different trolley tours - some with refreshments, some with Santa, and some with ghost stories. Get in the holiday mood then go shopping for gifts for those special people on your list.
Owls are creatures of the night and November marks their peak migration through the Cape May Peninsula. Go on an owl trip with an owl expert or visit the Cape May Meadows most evenings in early to mid November. Researchers banding Saw-whet Owls will show you what flew into their mist nets that night.
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