Cape May Events for June 2017
       
       
 6/1   6/24    'Billy Bishop Goes to War' presented by Cape May Stage 
The United States declared war on the German Empire on April 6, 1917 and Cape May Stage notes the 100 anniversary of our entrance into the World War 1 with this musical entertainment. The New York Times called it "a high flying ace of a show, capturing the humor, the hellfire, and the the derring-do of an extraordinary career." Billy Bishop calls himself "a convicted liar and cheat who was the worst student ever at the Royal Military College…. So of course they made me an officer." Lying face down in the mud with his horse stuck beside him, Billy looks up to see a fighter jet and decides that there is a better place to be. He is credited with seventy-two victories and billed as the top fighter pilot in the British Empire. King George said, "Well, Captain Bishop, you've been a busy bugger" as he pinned a medal on his chest. The music is comprised of martial arts, barracks room ditties, Kiplingesque tunes of glory, Gilbert and Sullivan-like patter songs and a bitter brew of Brecht-Weill. 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm 
       
 6/3   6/3    West Cape May Strawberry Festival 
Sponsored by the West Cape May Business Association, the Strawberry Festival has become an eagerly anticipated event each spring. Strawberries abound in both edible and non-edible form. Held on Saturday, June 3rd. The rain date is 6/4/17. Contact: Diane Flanegan. 324 Broadway, West Cape May. 609-884-9325. 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 
       
 6/3   6/3    Harborfest at Schellengers Landing 
Harborfest, Schellengers Landing, southjerseytournaments.com, 609-884-2400 
       
 6/4   6/11    Cape May Restaurant Week 2017 
Our eight-day event that takes place every June! Enjoy lunch and dinner menus at a fixed price and discover new favorites. Brought to you by the people behind CapeMay.com and Cape May Magazine. Cape May Restaurant Week offers fixed-price dining. Three-course dinner menus are $25 and $35 per person (varies by restaurant) and offer a minimum of three appetizer, four entrée, and three dessert selections. Two-course lunch menus (limited availability) are $15 and offer either an appetizer and entrée, or an entrée and dessert. Beverages, gratuity, and tax are not included. No tickets are required in order to enjoy either event, though we recommend dinner reservations, where available. Visit any of our participating restaurants during the event (please see days/hours on individual restaurant listings for any restrictions) and you'll be presented with their fixed-price menus in addition to their regular menus. You should not need to ask for the event menu. 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 
       
 6/6   6/6    Youth Choral Festival 
Cape May Music Educators Youth Choral Festival, 9:30am-12:30 pm, 609-884-9565 
       
 6/10   6/10    Runway 5K/10K & 1 Mile Fun Walk at Naval Air Station Wildwood Museum 
Cape May County's Most Unique Event for 2017! The Runway 5K/10K & 1 Mile Fun Walk Saturday, June 10, 2017 Run for History! New for 2017 Cash Prizes & 10K Distance (75 minute time limit) Click Here to enroll… www.runsignup.com/runway5k 9:00 am - 11:00 am 
       
 6/10   6/11    Boardwalk Craft Show on the Cape May Promenade 
Dozens of crafters offer everything from jewelry to leather goods, from fashion and accessories to watercolors, so you are sure to find all the perfect gifts you've been searching for and of course, a little something for yourself. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 
       
 6/11   6/11    28th Annual Cape May Music Festival: The 6th Annual George Mesterhazy Tribute Concert 
28th Annual Cape May Music Festival: The 6th Annual George Mesterhazy Tribute Concert, 609-884-5404, capemaymac.org 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm 
       
 6/15   6/15    MAC Music Festival - Irish Concert 
MAC Music Festival - Irish Concert, 714 Beach Avenue, 8PM 609-884-5404, capemaymac.org 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm 
       
 6/17   6/17    39th Annual Cape May Point 5 Mile Run 
39th Annual Cape May Point 5 Mile Run for the benefit of the Cape May Point Vol. Fire Co. 8:30 am 
       
 6/17   6/18    Military Timeline Weekend at Historic Cold Spring Village 
Interested in the Civil War or World War II? Want to learn about the weaponry and tactics used by the British infantry in the Victorian Era? Or maybe you are just a history buff who loves it all. Historic Cold Spring Village will host its annual Military Timeline Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, June 17-18, which will feature encampments, weaponry displays and demonstrations from living history groups depicting various conflicts throughout the centuries. 10:00 am - 4:30 pm 
       
 6/24   6/25    Quilt & Fiber Arts Show at Historic Cold Spring Village 
Demonstrations and vendors of quilting, textiles, knitting, crocheting, basket weaving, broom making, wool dyeing, sheep shearing and more! On Saturday, visitors may vote for their favorite quilts in the Welcome Center at the Viewer's Choice Quilt Show, and on Sunday continue to enjoy the display and see the winners. A rare wedding quilt, c. 1714, handmade by Cape May Countian Sarah Spicer, will be on display in the Welcome Center for its annual appearance.The quilt was restored in 2012 through a grant from the Cape May County Culture and Heritage Commission. Regional vendors are attending with quilting and sewing fabrics, yarn, baskets, supplies, and equipment to help inspire the creation of an heirloom project. 10:00 am - 4:30 pm 
       
 6/28   6/28    West Cape May Farmers Market 
Come for the produce…linger for the wonderful sense of community as the sun begins to dip. Make tuesdays your "no-cook" night and grab a light dinner from one of the vendors- from BBQ to tacos to empanadas! The West Cape May Farmers Market features not only fresh produce and herbs, but, among others, purveyors of antiques, live art demonstrations, live music, fresh coffee, seafood, kettle corn and ice cream. 3:00 pm - 7:30 pm 
       
 6/28   6/30    'The Tale of the Allergist's Wife' presented by Cape May Stage 
This side-splitting comedy takes place on the Upper West Side of Manhattan where Marjorie Taub is looking for meaning in her life. A mysterious figure from her past appears and at first infuses her with life but soon becomes an unwelcome and sinister guest in her home. Marjorie's 80 year old mother is obsessed with her bowels and the dialogue is scatological but smart and funny. The New York Times called it "a window rattling comedy of mid-life malaise…it earns its wall too wall laughs." NY Magazine says it is "an intelligently funny and satirically relevant uptown comedy." 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm 
       


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