A trip down the Garden State Parkway to the southern terminus will lead you directly to one of New Jersey's most familiar sights at the scenic peninsula of the state's southern tip. According to the Cape May News, the southernmost part of the Jersey Shore is not just for summer. During the month of March, there are many diverse things to do.
A Sherlock Holmes Weekend is a spotlight for the weekend of March 15 through the 17th. Help solve the mystery of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Anima Orbis! Entrants can come for the three day full event, or just to hunt for clues on Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m., on a self-guided tour of Cape May's bed and breakfast inns. Tickets and info are available here.
Henceforth until April 14, visit the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities is celebrating community service with an exhibit presented by the Center for Community Arts (CCA) uncovering the significance of black fraternal, social and civic organizations in African American social life. Because the African-American community is often ignored by mainstream organizations, the GEMS, Masons, Eastern Stars and the Black USO; to name a few, have emerged with the sole purpose of enhancing the lives of African Americans in Cape May County. Click here for dates and times.
Another fun way to spend the day at Cape May is to take a trolley tour on a heated trolley. There are several venues available, so check here for the long list of Cape May trolley tours, and choose the one that suits your interests.
No matter what you choose, there is fun to be had in Cape May in March, so have a great time.
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