What's Happening in Ocean City 7-18-12
PHILIPPINE TRIBUTE & CRAFT
The City’s Third Annual TRIBUTE TO THE PHILIPPINES is set for this weekend plus the popular regional craft show sponsored by the Jersey Shore Artisans Guild.
Then next weekend, July 28,
The Philippines Tribute consists of three programs:
A two day craft and cultural festival will be held in the Pavilion of the Music Pier, Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace, from to Saturday and Sunday. This event is sponsored by
From 5 to 7 p.m., entertainment is scheduled in the Music Pier Auditorium featuring the Sounds of Manila Band, singers Archie D’ and Kay Habana, the MB2NY Young performers and Gabe Basalatan, Gail Banawis, Nina Mojares and Aviela Reyes. Tickets are $10, children 12 and under are free. Call the Music Pier Box Office, 609-525-9248 or buy online at www.ocnj.us/BoxOffice.
On Sun., July 22 physicians and nurses from the
The huge Ocean City FINE
Browse through imaginative creations from furniture and fine art, jewelry to jigsaws, wind chimes to waterfalls, fancy candy to Raggedy Andy and gourmet treats galore.
Guild Director, JoAnne Schaut explains, “Since we began in 2002 our July, November and March Fairs, have raised over $170,000 for area charities including the Ocean City Food Cupboard, the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, American Red Cross and Salvation Army.
Beginning with this Festival, Gilda’s Club of South Jersey, a support community of people living with cancer, their families and friends, will share in the funds raised from the rental of 65 booths, 14 rows of outdoor tents and all of the $3 admission donations.
“These are the only fine art and handcraft shows that require all booths display a sign stating that everything has been handcrafted by the artisan selling it,”Schaut notes. “Many exhibitors travel a long way to present their exclusive creations in
Parking is available at the
ENTER NIGHT IN
All boaters who enter receive a $50 gas card, will have a photo of their boat taken during the Parade and receive a commemorative mug. There will also be cash prizes.
Best homeowner entries will receive prizes and a mug.
The mug will be extra special this year. In addition to commemorating Night in
(July 18) The Ocean City Pops presents the DUPREES, the Kings of Doo Wop. They will appear on stage with the Pops backed by a Big Band sound, at the Music Pier. Tickets are $20/$12 at the Pier Box Office, (609) 525-9248 or visit www.ocnj.us.
(July 19) The Fabulous Grease Band performs at at the Music Pier. Tickets $20. For tickets or information, visit www.upperrescue.com or call (609)628-2476.
OPERATION FIRST RESPONSE is an organization that serves wounded heroes and their families. The FMBA of the Ocean City Fire Department is holding a $5 Sticker Fund Raiser to support these veterans. Stickers can be purchased at the Sixth St. Fire Station, Station No. 2 at
The City’s Annual BOARDWALK
The Boardwalk Art Show marks its 50th Anniversary this year and is a great place to purchase fine art at a reasonable price. Call the
The Ocean City Fine Arts League is hosting a PLEIN
(July 21) The 33rd Annual T. JOHN CAREY MASTER’S
(July 22) David Payne as C.S.LEWIS at the Tabernacle, .
(July 22) The Ocean City Pops presents NIGHT AT THE MOVIES with the Brandywine Singers joining the Pops to perform classic movie songs from Star Wars, ET and Gone with the Wind, etc. Tickets are $15/$10, at the Music Pier. Stop at Pier Box Office, call (609)525-9248, or visit www.ocnj.us.
(July 23) RED RIDING HOODS WOODS,
(July 24) BRUCE HORNSBY & the Noise Makers,
(July 25) OCBP WOMEN’S Lifeguard Invitational Races- 34th St Beach,
(July 25) Ocean City Pops presents violinist, David Kim, concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra plus baritone, Dominic Inferrera with a medley of show tunes,