Virtual Events

The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.”

B.B. King

While our local non-profits and event centers are currently closed, many of them have gotten creative to bring you some amazing virtual events to enjoy from home. So if you’re looking for some online learning experiences, a date night alternative, or a virtual field trip for your kids, check out these local offerings.

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Cape May MAC is offering a variety of virtual tours and experiences on their website and social media.

Nature Center of Cape May offers a variety of virtual tours and experiences on their website and social media.

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East Lynne Theater Company is featuring readings at ELTC’s YouTube Channel.

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Cape May County Zoo has reopened. But you can still access their Virtual Zoo School created during COVID-19. It features short videos about some of your favorite animals and at the end of every video they give you a challenge to do right at home.

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Enjoy some free videos from past Coast Guard Community Festivals, including a ship tour, a helicopter tour, and a search and rescue demo. And check out their virtual art gallery put together in partnership with the Museum of Cape May.

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Historic Cold Spring Village has put together a “Virtual Village” to share a library of video tours and historic demonstrations.

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Cape May Stage is offering a series of free virtual play readings and online lectures this summer.

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Check out the New Jersey Audubon’s Media Center for videos and podcasts about wildlife, ecology, and other issues at the heart of New Jersey Audubon’s conservation mission.

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Many local churches are now offering live and/or recorded video streams of their services along with daily inspirations on social media. You can see a list of these on our Community Resources page.

The Museum of Cape May County created a 5 minutes virtual tour of their historic building. And they also post daily historic photos and facts from Cape May’s past on their Facebook page.

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If you’re a full-time or part-time resident of Cape May, now is a great time to use your local library card and take advantage of free eBooks, streaming movies, and more. And if you don’t already have a library card, you can get one online!

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If you have updated information about any virtual events created by Cape May organizations, please send an email to