June 2012


Boy, do we have a line-up for the June issue of Cape May Magazine. Do you love classical music? So does Jay Gaylin, conductor for the Bay-Atlantic Symphony. He talks about Cape May’s Music Festival, now in its 23rd season, and the marketing of classical music at the seashore in Linda Fowler’s The Music of Fireworks and Fanfare.

Remember playing marbles? Over in Wildwood, the 89th Annual National Marbles Tournament is a June must-see. Four days of mibsters, ages 7-14, gathering to vie again each other — it’s fun the good old-fashioned way and our photographer Macy Zhelyazkova captured the fun in Get Your Shooters Ready. Are you looking for something to do other than lay on the beach? Check out our 5 Summer Must-Dos. They offer fun for the whole family.

And don’t think you history buffs have been left out. Phillipa Campbell has come through again. This time she tackles Cape May’s ’60s revamp in Then and Now: The Impact of Urban Renewal.

Our regulars contributors offer up everything from luscious birding photos and birding tips,Brit’s Eye View,from nationally acclaimed birder, Richard Crossley to new kid on the block, Dina as in Dining with Dina. This month she pays a visit to Lucky Bones.


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