Partners

Over the past 40 years, the City of Cape May has created a nurturing environment of public-private partnerships by leasing publicly-owned structures and estates to responsible, local, non-profit organizations so that a wide array of cultural, historical, arts, environmental, and recreational events can be provided to our residents and visitors on a year round basis.  Current partnership agreements: 

  1. The historically designated Emlen Physick Estate with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities;
  2. The historically designated Washington Street Mall Information Booth with the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities; 
  3. The historically designated Franklin Street School with the Center for Community Arts;
  4. The historically designated, former Welcome Center with Cape May Stage;
  5. The historically designated Colonial House with the Greater Cape May Historical Society
  6. The Nature Center with the New Jersey Audubon Society;
  7. The Cape Island Tennis Club with the Cape May Tennis Club, Inc.;
  8. The Marine Research Facility with Rutgers University; and
  9. The historically designated Transportation Center/Welcome Center with the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May.
 

Upcoming Events

Sat, April 20

Location: Lafayette Street Park (Cape May City Elementary School)
Age Group: Toddlers through 10 Years Old
Cost: Free

Sun, April 21