At Montreal Beach Resort, we’re sad to see the summer come to a close. But, we‘re happy to welcome guests to Cape May in celebration of Labor Day. If you’re celebrating Labor Day in Cape May, don’t miss these upcoming events.


Thursday, August 30

Cape May Stage presents The Lion In Winter

Where: Cape May Stage

Details: The Lion In Winter chronicles the personal and political conflicts of Henry II, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, and their family as they all stake their claim for the throne. Set during Christmas of 1183, the performance highlights sibling rivalry, adultery, and intrigue.


Friday, August 31

AirFest 2018 at Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum

Where: Naval Air Wilwood

Details: AirFest is Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum’s largest annual event featuring live music, food trucks, a beer garden, and more! Plus, The Collings Foundation flies in WWII bombers like B-24 Liberators, B-17 Flying Fortresses, and P-51Mustangs. For flight reservations, visit the Collings Foundation website.


Junior Clamshell Pitching Tournament at Beach access at Windsor Ave

Where: Beach Access at Windsor Ave

Details: As summer winds down, get ready for a fun Cape May tradition – the Rick Reinhart Junior Clamshell Pitching Tournament. This contest is the longest-running tournament of its kind in the region. Registration opens at 11am and the tournament begins at 12pm. Plus, it’s free and open to children in two age groups: 6 to 11 and 12 to 17.

More about the contest:

Each player will toss a clamshell about 25 feet towards a small hole in the sand, attempting to sink the clamshell in the hole. Shells are provided but kids can bring their own lucky clamshells if they have them. There are trophies for all winners and runners-up in singles and doubles competition. There will also be free instruction from the pros, so participants don’t even need pitching experience.


Saturday, September 1

Set sail aboard NJ’s Tall Ship, The AJ Meewald

Where: Wilbraham Park, West Cape May

Details: Enjoy a relaxing evening on the Delaware Bay aboard the AJ Meerwald, NJ’s Tall Ship! Here, you can help raise sails, learn about the Delaware Bayshore and its maritime history, or just relax and enjoy the sail views of historic Cape May Point.


Hands On History

Where: Historic Cold Spring Village

Details: Enjoy this history-centric event where children can complete take-home craft activities, like writing with a quill pen, carding wool or making a pinch pot. After each activity, children may get their “passport” stamped and later use it to redeem a free treat at the giftshop. Other family-friendly activities include historic dress up, games and live entertainment.


Sunday, September 2

Dead Reckoning at Harry’s

Where: Harry’s Ocean Bar and Grille

Details: Join your friends at Harry’s to celebrate the music of Jerry Garcia and The Grateful Dead. Dead Reckoning, one of the area’s premier Grateful Dead tribute bands, will be delighting dead-heads all night long. Enjoy Harry’s scenic view from Harry’s incredible rooftop bar. No admission fee.


Monday, September 3

Cape May City Elementary School Presents: I Hate Monologues

Where: Cape May Elementary School

Details: A Shakespearean actor matches wits with a young trusting soul and a middle age director in over her head as they take on Richard III, in this very hilarious British play. Performances are held every Monday and Wednesday at 8 PM through the end of August and Sundays at Noon through the end of September.


Labor Day in Cape May is always a blast. Though we’re sorry to see the summer season end, we look forward to welcoming guest during the holiday weekend. If you’re planning to spend Labor Day in Cape May, visit our Accommodations page to learn more about our resort. We offer special package for theatre lovers, wine concessioners, bird lovers, and more. We look forward to welcoming you soon!

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