Cape May Carnival’s looking up


Magic, music and men on stilts were among the highlights of the recent Cape May Carnival. Kids of all ages thrilled to clowns, cotton candy, games galore and train rides. Live music kept the good times going with performances from The Copious Notes, The Hitchhikers and The Wilmington Church of God youth group. Walking tall among the fun were (shown) stilt walkers from The Cincinnati Circus Company; they juggled a mean pin, tossing colorful bowling pins between them and often overhead.


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Cape May residents turned out for some fun, too. They volunteered at some tables, but also tried their hand at tossing mini-footballs, a life-sized Operation board-game (shown, challenging a couple of non-residents) and a few rounds of bingo to win some great prizes donated by Functional Pathways, Kava Haus, Senior Independence, Wilmington College and Cape May.


Courtesy photos | Cape May

There was definitely some magic in the air at the Cape May Carnival.


Courtesy photos | Cape May

The young and young-at-heart try their hand at the golf challenge.


Courtesy photos | Cape May

Cape May residents and visitors alike enjoyed eating and socializing at the carnival.


Courtesy photos | Cape May

A youngster chooses her game prize at the Cape May Carnival.


Courtesy photos | Cape May

Everyone enjoyed the food at the Cape May Carnival. Treats included hamburgers, hot dogs, pink cotton candy, popcorn and Tootsie Rolls.


Courtesy photos | Cape May

Magic, music and men on stilts were among the highlights of the recent Cape May Carnival. Kids of all ages thrilled to clowns, cotton candy, games galore and train rides. Live music kept the good times going with performances from The Copious Notes, The Hitchhikers and The Wilmington Church of God youth group. Walking tall among the fun were (shown) stilt walkers from The Cincinnati Circus Company; they juggled a mean pin, tossing colorful bowling pins between them and often overhead.

Cape May residents turned out for some fun, too. They volunteered at some tables, but also tried their hand at tossing mini-footballs, a life-sized Operation board-game (shown, challenging a couple of non-residents) and a few rounds of bingo to win some great prizes donated by Functional Pathways, Kava Haus, Senior Independence, Wilmington College and Cape May.

There was definitely some magic in the air at the Cape May Carnival.

The young and young-at-heart try their hand at the golf challenge.

Cape May residents and visitors alike enjoyed eating and socializing at the carnival.

A youngster chooses her game prize at the Cape May Carnival.

Everyone enjoyed the food at the Cape May Carnival. Treats included hamburgers, hot dogs, pink cotton candy, popcorn and Tootsie Rolls.

Magic, music and men on stilts were among the highlights of the recent Cape May Carnival. Kids of all ages thrilled to clowns, cotton candy, games galore and train rides. Live music kept the good times going with performances from The Copious Notes, The Hitchhikers and The Wilmington Church of God youth group. Walking tall among the fun were (shown) stilt walkers from The Cincinnati Circus Company; they juggled a mean pin, tossing colorful bowling pins between them and often overhead.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_group.jpgMagic, music and men on stilts were among the highlights of the recent Cape May Carnival. Kids of all ages thrilled to clowns, cotton candy, games galore and train rides. Live music kept the good times going with performances from The Copious Notes, The Hitchhikers and The Wilmington Church of God youth group. Walking tall among the fun were (shown) stilt walkers from The Cincinnati Circus Company; they juggled a mean pin, tossing colorful bowling pins between them and often overhead. Courtesy photos | Cape May

Cape May residents turned out for some fun, too. They volunteered at some tables, but also tried their hand at tossing mini-footballs, a life-sized Operation board-game (shown, challenging a couple of non-residents) and a few rounds of bingo to win some great prizes donated by Functional Pathways, Kava Haus, Senior Independence, Wilmington College and Cape May.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Operation.jpgCape May residents turned out for some fun, too. They volunteered at some tables, but also tried their hand at tossing mini-footballs, a life-sized Operation board-game (shown, challenging a couple of non-residents) and a few rounds of bingo to win some great prizes donated by Functional Pathways, Kava Haus, Senior Independence, Wilmington College and Cape May. Courtesy photos | Cape May

There was definitely some magic in the air at the Cape May Carnival.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Magician.jpgThere was definitely some magic in the air at the Cape May Carnival. Courtesy photos | Cape May

The young and young-at-heart try their hand at the golf challenge.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_GolfChallenge.jpgThe young and young-at-heart try their hand at the golf challenge. Courtesy photos | Cape May

Cape May residents and visitors alike enjoyed eating and socializing at the carnival.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Pavilion1.jpgCape May residents and visitors alike enjoyed eating and socializing at the carnival. Courtesy photos | Cape May

A youngster chooses her game prize at the Cape May Carnival.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Girl_Prize.jpgA youngster chooses her game prize at the Cape May Carnival. Courtesy photos | Cape May

Everyone enjoyed the food at the Cape May Carnival. Treats included hamburgers, hot dogs, pink cotton candy, popcorn and Tootsie Rolls.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Food.jpgEveryone enjoyed the food at the Cape May Carnival. Treats included hamburgers, hot dogs, pink cotton candy, popcorn and Tootsie Rolls. Courtesy photos | Cape May
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