Hope you enjoy your weekend in Ocean City! Here is what is going on:
Philly Soul and Rock and Roll Concert (May 6) Moorlyn Terrace and the Boardwalk. Come to the Music Pier to see the famous band the Tramps, with the Blue Notes and the Dovells, in a night of Philly Soul and Rock and Roll, hosted by radio personality Philly Bill Culp. Show begins at 7pm. Concert benefits Ocean City American Legion Morvay-Miley, Post 524. Tickets are $40. For ticket information, call 609-399-6111.
Playland’s Castaway Cove is Open: (May 6 & 7) 10th and Boardwalk. Enjoy the rides and thrills of Playland’s Castaway Cove! The rides are open from 1pm-9pm on Saturday, and 1pm to 6pm on Sunday. Tickets prices can be found here.
Spring Block Party (May 6) 5th—14th Streets, Asbury Avenue. Walk the Streets of Asbury Avenue and explore the 350+ crafters and vendors, while enjoying the free music. 9am—5pm
Walk MS (May 7) Ocean City Civic Center, 5th and Boardwalk. With the sights of the beach, ocean, and Boardwalk shops, join the MS Society as they raise money on a walk along the boards to defeat MS! Dogs unfortunately are not permitted to join. Registration is $25 dollars per person. For more information call Cassandra Dramis at 215-271-1500.
NJSP Boat Safety Certification Class (May 8) United Methodist Church, 111 Corson Tavern Rd. South Seaville. Looking to get certified to drive a boat this summer? If you’re 13 or over, journey just off island to South Seaville for a certification class. For only $85, the class will teach you how to safely operate any power boat or jet ski on the water. Successful participants of the course will receive a New Jersey State Boaters Safety Certificate, a valid form of a state boater’s license. For more information, call 609-613-2339.
Chris Perondi’s Stunt Dog Experience (May 10) Moorlyn Terrace and the Boardwalk, at the Music Pier. Individual shelter rescue dogs showing off their talents. Featuring trained dogs and kid-friendly atmosphere. Two shows at 3:30pm and 7pm. Tickets are $15-$18 by ocnjtix.com by credit, or call 609-399-6111.