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Archive for October, 2009

Parade, Family Night, Haunted House, Free Concert This Week

Many entertainment events are scheduled this week plus the rescheduled WALK FOR THE WOUNDED which will be held on Sat., Oct. 31. The event raises funds through Operation First Response to assist wounded soldiers and their families. The walk begins at 12:30 p.m., registration starts at 11 a.m. at the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace. Enjoy food, ceremonies, music and a 3 mile stroll on the boardwalk. Raise $50 and receive a free, long sleeve T Shirt. Contact Tricia Ciliberto 609-399-0012 Ext. 1106 or visitwww.ochome.com. The City’s colorful HALLOWEEN PARADE is set for tonight, Oct. 29 starting 7:15 p.m. Route is from 6th to 11th Sts. on Asbury Ave. This is the 62nd annual march sponsored by the Ocean City Exchange Club in cooperation with the City. There will be costumed... Read More

Pink Field, Humane Society Festival, Dog of Year This Weekend

Before we cover this weekend, here are events that have been rescheduled because of last weekend’s storm: WALK FOR THE WOUNDED will be held on Sat., Oct. 31. The event raises funds through Operation First Response to assist wounded soldiers and their families. Registration is at 11 a.m. and the walk begins 12:30 p.m. at the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace. Special guest will be Tracey Davidson of NBC 10. Enjoy food, ceremonies, music and a 3 mile stroll on the Boardwalk. Raise $50 and receive a free, long sleeve T Shirt. Ocean City Home Bank is major sponsor. Contact Tricia Ciliberto 609-399-0012 or visitwww.ochome.com. FREE HAY RIDES are scheduled for the Boardwalk, Sat.-Sun., Oct. 24-25 from noon till 4 p.m. Passengers may get on and off at 8th and... Read More

Events Keep Rolling On Through Fall in Ocean City

Last weekend’s Indian Summer Weekend was a great event. And there’s much more to come in the weeks ahead. HALLOWEEN EVENTS begin this Sat. and Sun., Oct. 17 and 18 on the Boardwalk. There will be free hayrides from noon till 4 pm. Passengers may get on and off at 8th and 12th Sts. There will be free pumpkins, face painting and Trick or Treating. Bring the children and have some early Halloween fun. This event will be repeated Oct. 24-25. WALK FOR THE WOUNDED presented by the Ocean City Home Bank takes place on Sat., Oct. 17. The event raises funds through Operation First Response to support wounded soldiers and their families. We have all heard the stories about the struggles of veterans who have returned from serving our country and... Read More

Block Party, Fireworks, Entertainment and More This Weekend

Never has our INDIAN SUMMER WEEKEND been packed with so much to do! In addition to the Mile Long Block Party on Saturday, a huge fireworks display has been set for Saturday evening preceded by entertainment. There will be shows at the Music Pier and Tabernacle, a seafood center at the Music Pier, Boardwalk table sales and downtown merchants will hold a sidewalk sale on Sunday. There will be FREE PARKING AT 5TH and Asbury next to the Fire House, free parking at the Transportation Center, 10th and Haven Ave. in back of McDonalds and all Municipal Lots and parking meters will be free. I’d suggest entering the City by 34th St. or the Longport Bridges because of one lane traffic both ways on part of the 9th St. Causeway. There will... Read More

MS Bikers, Yard Sale, Underdog This Weekend, Block Party, Fireworks Next

Over 7,000 bikers will roll into Ocean City for the annual MS Bike-a-thon on Sat., Oct. 3. The event raises over $4 million for the Delaware Valley MS Society which services those afflicted with Multiple Sclerosis and searches for a cure. Bikers begin arriving at the Sports and Civic Center, 6th St. off Boardwalk, before noon and will spend the day in Ocean City leaving Sunday morning on the return trip to the Philadelphia area. The event was started by Philadelphia TV anchor and author, Larry Kane. I had the pleasure of meeting with him to help plan the first ride. The initial bike tour had 30 riders, Larry and a group of his friends. The event is now one of the largest of its kind in the country. Larry’s mother... Read More