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Fall Block Party, Fireworks and More This Weekend

The Popular FALL BLOCK PARTY/FIREWORKS and related events are set for this weekend. Preceding the Block Party on Friday, October 10, the Ocean City High School Football Team will dedicate their home game to BREAST CANCER AWARENESS. The players will be wearing pink socks and the field will have pink ribbons painted on it. The Red Raider Football Association will honor family members of student athletes who have fought or are fighting Breast Cancer by making them honorary captains for the game. The School will donate $1 from each admission to Breast Cancer Awareness. To donate, call Tonia Nathan (609) 214-0010 or Marcia McCulley (609) 425-2911.  The game is set for Carey Stadium at 7 p.m. and fans are asked to “wear pink.”  Painting the Field pink was... Read More

Frankenstein Exhibit Starts Wed., Hero Walk Sunday

Last October Ron MacCloskey, a life–long Frankenstein fan, exhibited his collection of portraits and cartoons of the world’s most famous monster at the Ocean City Free Public Library. This October, the Library will feature an all new exhibit from MacCloskey’s collection starting Wednesday, Oct. 1 and running through the month in its Atrium. Among over 50 portraits is one of Elvis and Priscilla Presley. “He loved old Horror Movies, especially Frankenstein,” Priscilla told MacCloskey. Also in the exhibit is a cartoon by internationally syndicated artist of the “Close to Home” strip, John McPherson, who was grand marshal of Ocean City’s Doo Dah Parade two years ago. In addition to the exhibit, MacCloskey will present “The World of Frankenstein, a Fan’s Tribute to the Monster.” This is an original show written... Read More

Walk for Wounded, MS Bikers on Saturday

Ocean City’s Award Winning Boardwalk hosts numerous charitable events benefiting organizations that combat Heart Disease, Cancer, ALS and many other non-profit, public service foundations. Several years ago, the Public Relations office researched the total amount all these groups raised in Ocean City. It was $30 million. It has grown since then. Two such events will be held in Ocean City this Saturday, Sept. 27th the WALK FOR THE WOUNDED and BIKE MS CITY TO SHORE 2014 RIDE. The Walk for the Wounded, Operation First Response, is a three mile walk on the Boardwalk that begins and ends at the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace. It benefits our wounded service personnel. Registration is at 8:30 a.m., a ceremony honoring our military at 9:30 a.m. and the walk at 10 a.m.... Read More

Over 350 Corvettes to Pack Boardwalk on Sunday

One of the largest Corvette Shows in the East will brighten Ocean City’s Boardwalk on Sunday, Sept. 21. Over 350 Corvettes, including every model ever manufactured, will be exhibited from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. from 6th to 14th St. on the Boards. Local Corvette owners and many from Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey will participate plus scattered entries from as far away as Ohio, Indiana and Florida. The show is held rain or shine. Registration will be from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. at the Ocean City Airport on Sunday. The Ocean City Humane Society and Food Cupboard will accept donations at that location. There will be a special display of Corvettes in front of the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, where the Boardwalk... Read More

September 11th Ceremony Thurs., Air Shows To Follow

The City will hold its September 11th   Patriot Day Ceremony on Thursday starting 7p.m. at Ocean City Fire Headquarters, 550 Asbury Ave. The program includes Striking of the Four Fives, James Smith, Deputy Fire Chief of Ocean City Fire and Rescue Services; Presentation of the Colors, L/Cpl George L. Dramis, Marine Corps Color Guard; Flag Salute, Bob Marzulli, Commander, American Legion Post 524 and Michael Morrissey, Commander, VFW Post 6650; National Anthem, Julia Mary Wilson; Retire the Colors. Invocation, Rev. John Jamieson, Ocean City Fire Department Chaplain; Introduction of dignitaries, Michael Dattilo, Ocean City Business Administrator; Keynote speaker, Ocean City Chief of Police, Chad Callahan; Laying of Wreath, Ocean City Police and Fire Department representatives; Amazing Grace, Jack Meehan Bagpipes; Remarks and Benediction, Rev. Gregory Johnson, Shiloh... Read More

Two Exciting Free Air Shows Set For Ocean City

Some great aerial entertainment is coming your way. And it’s free! In less that two weeks Ocean City will present two exciting and entertaining air shows in two days. The first is the ANNUAL AIR FESTIVAL at the Ocean City Municipal Airport, 26th and Bay Ave. It’s set for Sat., Sept 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and features a ground display of a B25J Mitchell World War II Bomber plus a WW2 Grumman TBM Avenger. Bring your cameras. You will want to take photos of these legendary aircraft. The airport runway will be covered by interesting aircraft. These will include Classics, Antiques, Ultralights, Warbirds and Homebuilts. There will also be military vehicles and antique cars on display. There will also... Read More

Street Rods Roll Into Ocean City for 40th Annual Weekend

REMINDER: The King and Queen of Plop Competition, also known as the Mr. Fall Guy and Miss Fall Gal contests are set for Friday, August 29 at 11 a.m. at the 9th Street Beach opposite the Music Pier. Contestants are invited to demonstrate their most dramatic falls (in slow motion) to welcome the fall season. Entry is free. Call (609) 525-9300 for information. Over 150 STREET RODS will be in Ocean City Sept. 5-7. An array of colorful vehicles from throughout the East Coast will be displayed on the Boardwalk and at the Tabernacle Grounds, 6th and Asbury Ave., during the 40th Annual Shore Rod Run. Cars will be parked at the Tabernacle from noon Fri., Sept. 5th till 1 p.m. Sun., Sept.7. There will be a boardwalk... Read More

King and Queen of Plop Contest set for Friday, Aug., 29

On Aug. 29 Ocean City presents its unique King and Queen of Plop Competition, also known as the Miss Fall Gal and Mr. Fall Guy Contest. The event is held at 11 a.m. on the 9th St. Beach opposite the Music Pier. Contestants are asked to greet the fall season, always a lovely time of year, by falling dramatically (in slow motion) to the sand. Those performing the most dramatic renditions are awarded the King and Queen of Plop Trophies. Runners–up receive ribbons. Entry is free. There will be a special performance by the world’s only Wind Chimes Band. Trash Buster, the Canned Crusader and City’s environmental symbol, will demonstrate slow motion plopping techniques to contestants. He will also sing his theme song... Read More

Baby Parade Thursday, Little Miss O.C. on Friday

Ocean City’s 105th Baby Parade is set for Thursday, August 14th starting at 5 p.m. Founded by Philadelphia photo engraver, Leo Bamberger, it is the oldest, continuously run event of its kind in the nation. The Parade starts at 6th and the Boardwalk and concludes at 12th and Boardwalk. It is open to children from infants to 10 years of age. Last minute registrations taken the day of the Parade. The Parade will feature children in fancy and humorous displays plus floats and bands.There will be an awards ceremony in front of the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, following the Parade. For information, call (609) 525-9300.                      ... Read More