Historic lighthouses and select museums will host the Lighthouse Challenge of New Jersey Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17 and 18.
Dogs and their owners are welcome to stroll Cape May’s Beachfront Promenade Saturday, Sept. 12 for the ninth annual Mutt Strut – the only time other than winter that dogs can walk on the promenade.
Historic Cold Spring Village will be booming with the sights and sounds of Civil War re-enactment Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12 and 13.
The Perseid meteor shower is expected to light up the nighttime sky the second week in August, and participants in the Nature Center of Cape May’s Astronomy on the Beach program will be there to watch.
New Jersey’s official tall ship, the restored 1928 oyster dredging schooner the A.J. Meerwald, is scheduled to sail into Atlantic City this week and dock at Gardner's Basin in Absecon Inlet. The Meerwald will be open for tours Thursday, Aug. 6 and various sailing trips Aug. 7-13.
Burke Motor Group and Harbor Bike and Beach shop, in partnership with The Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce, will present the Get in Gear bike ride 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, June 13. All bicyclists are welcome to “ride at your leisure” along Jersey Shore routes ranging from 5 to 50 miles to rai…
Today is one of the most anticipated days of the year for local fishing. Flounder season is now open. Anglers have been catching and releasing some nice-sized fluke in recent weeks, and as of Friday, May 22 they can catch and bring them home for dinner.
Could there be a better place to observe and photograph birds than at the feeder in your own backyard? If you are a photographer, you are familiar with the venue and the lighting, you are safe, warm and comfortable in your own space, and you probably even know your subjects.
Fishing has gotten off to a slow start this season. Cold water temperatures are keeping the fish out of the area. According to Brennan Marine in Somers Point, the water is about 48 degrees, and good fishing begins when the mercury hits the mid-50s.