Well, our season is finally upon us and everyone I know has been anxiously awaiting the great weather. Even with the high gas prices, the Cape May area sits within a tank of gas from the Philadelphia and New York . Money has been tighter and home prices have fallen a bit so now is the right time to pick up your beach house. In a recent article I read it stated that more millionaires are made in down markets than up markets to an eye opening 8 to 1 ratio. If that's the case these times we are in are overflowing with opportunity.
These are some of the happenings in Cape May this weekend. The weather is supposed to be very nice so we are expecting alot of visitors. For any questions about Real Easte for sale you can contact me at RE/MAX at The Shore .
9AM-3PM Tag sale featuring small furniture, tables, lamps, toys, games, an early 20th century walnut armoire, and various household items. Proceeds benefit the Center for Community Arts. Attic Treasures store, 301 Sunset Blvd., West Cape May. For details call CCA at (609) 884-7525.
||Crafts at Memorial Day
10AM-5PM. Selection of country crafts, folk art, custom-designed jewelry and Victorian items. Star of the Sea Parish Hall on Ocean St. near the Washington Street Mall, Cape May. $1 for adults. Children free.
||Keeper's on Duty
1PM. Before you climb to the top of the lighthouse, learn the story behind the historic beacon. Education Center at Cape May Point State Park. Free.
Memorial Day Services
8:30AM. Memorial Day Service at the Columbia Avenue monument including officials, veterans organizations, the rifle team, a bugler, the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
Noon. Annual Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla ceremony on the beach at Gurney Street. The Auxiliary tows a small boat filled with flowers to sea while a Coast Guard helicopter drops a wreath nearby.