Full Moon Beach Yoga

Scarlett Roberts, Grace Aloi and Melanie Smith participated in the
2018 Junior Olympics.

July 4

Junior Olympics

9:30am, Dealy Field

Kick off the Fourth of July at Dealy Field with the Junior Olympics. Children ages 3 to 13 are invited to participate in throwing, running, and jumping events for a chance to go for the gold and take their places on the three-tiered podium. Don’t forget your cameras as well as bottled water, hats and sunscreen.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

Independence Day Concert with The Patriot Brass Ensemble

7:30-9pm, Excursion Park

Break out your red, white and blue and head over to Excursion Park for the all-American sounds of The Patriot Brass Ensemble. Scope out a spot on the lawn, bring your beach chairs and blankets, and enjoy popular songs by John Philip Sousa and others to get you in the spirit before the largest display of fireworks at the Jersey Shore.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

Fireworks

9pm, 50th Street beach

Arrive early and get a great spot at Excursion Park or from any beach to enjoy the largest display of fireworks at the Jersey shore! Beginning promptly at 9pm, the fireworks display will be launched off a barge near 50th Street beach.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

July 7

Phillies Home Run Derby

11am-1pm, Dealy Field

Do you think you have what it takes to be the next Bryce Harper? Head over to Dealy Field on July 8 to play like the pros during the Phillies Home Run Derby. Open to boys and girls ages 7 to 12, registration will take place prior to the Derby at 11am. Each winner will receive a plaque and will advance to the next level of competition for a chance to play in the finals at Citizens Bank Park later in the year. The event is free, and no preregistration is required.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

Captain Thomas P. McCann Mascot School

 

July 10-11

Captain Thomas P. McCann Mascot School

10:30am-12:15pm, 44th Street & Promenade

(Rain date: July 12)

Open to boys and girls ages 4 through 8, mascot school features two days of fun for the kids. Hosted by the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol, mascots will learn beach and water safety while also participating in races and games. There is an $8 registration fee and forms can be downloaded from the beach patrol website.

More information: sicbp.com

 

July 11

Sea Isle City Beach Patrol

100th Anniversary Celebration

The Sea Isle City Beach Patrol is starting the celebration of its centennial with several events planned throughout the day. At 8am, St. Joseph Church will host at mass to honor all deceased lifeguards. At 10:45am, past and present lifeguards will participate in a parade along the Promenade, followed by a ceremony at 11:15am at 43rd Street. The ceremony will include remarks from dignitaries, a gun salute, bagpipes and a ceremonious row-out to set flowers adrift in memory of deceased beach patrol members. Following the parade and ceremony, the beach patrol will hold an open house from 1-5pm.

More information: sicbp.com

 

July 12-14

Beach Classic Men’s Street Hockey Tournament

8am, Dealy Field

A round-robin street hockey tournament featuring teams from around the country. The event offers four levels of play, from beginner to advanced, and each team is guaranteed three games. Register as a team or individual by calling or texting Jay at 631-375-8647.

More information: 631-331-1220 or tazz79816@yahoo.com

 

July 13

Sea Isle City Beach Patrol

100th Anniversary Celebration

The celebration of the SICBP’s centennial continues Saturday, July 13 with another day of events. At 10am, head over to the Sea Isle City Historical Museum as former captains Mike McHale and Bill Gallagher present a brief history of the beach patrol. From 1-5pm, the general public is invited to the SICBP Headquarters for an open house where they can view equipment, awards and pictures from past decades. There will be a paddle-out wreath ceremony at the 44th Street beach at 3pm, where current members of the SICBP will honor deceased lifeguards with lifeguard boats, paddle boards and WaveRunners. To cap off the day, the Alumni Association will host its annual dinner to induct its newest Hall of Fame members.

More information: sicbp.com

 

Ruggerfest, 10am, Dealy Field

Hosted by the Blackthorn RFC, registered USA Rugby players 18 and older are invited to play in the ultimate friendly competition. There is no cost to participate, however a $10 donation fee is suggested. Games are played for about 20 minutes and teams are chosen at the field. Throughout the day, Blackthorn youth teams will also play a few rounds of flag rugby.

More information: blackthornrugby.com/ruggerfest

 

Captain Thomas P. McCann Mascot School Races

10:30am-12:15pm, 44th Street & Promenade

(Rain date: July 14)

This longstanding beach tradition is now in its 40th year. Following Mascot School (July 10-11), kids ages 4-8 will participate in a series of races such as sprinting and relays under the supervision of the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol as they take the skills learned in school and apply them to the friendly races that teach good sportsmanship.

More information: sicbp.com

 

Sea Isle City Baby Parade

 

July 16

Baby Parade

6:30pm, 34th to 44th Street & Promenade, preregistration required

(Rain date: July 17)

Smiles, giggles and maybe even a little drool … You won’t want to miss all the adorable antics of the Sea Isle City Baby Parade. Decked to the nines in creative costumes with colorful floats and décor, families and children from infants to 10-year-olds will parade down the Promenade from 34th to 44th Street. Judging will take place before the start of the parade and prizes will be awarded at JFK Boulevard & Promenade.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

Full Moon Beach Yoga

8-9pm, 29th Street beach

Grab a beach towel or your yoga mat and head over to the 29th Street beach for Full Moon Beach Yoga. All ages and levels are invited to join certified instructor Teri O’Connor for beach yoga flow, moon salutations and full moon meditation as you watch the moon rise over the ocean. There is no need to sign up ahead of time, just sign in when you arrive.

More information: njBeachYoga.com

 

July 20

1-Mile Ocean Swim

11am, 44th Street & Promenade

Join the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol for the annual 1-mile ocean swim. The event is timed and tracked by CompuScore Computer Systems and is a friendly and competitive way for athletes to test their ocean swimming skills. Following the race, there will be refreshments and an awards ceremony at SICBP headquarters. T-shirts will be given to the first 250 registrants. Download the entry form at sicbp.com.

More information: sicbp.com

 

July 23

Junior Lifeguard Program

10:30am-1pm, 44th Street & Promenade

Are you thinking about joining the 100-year tradition of the SICBP? Prospective beach patrol participants will learn basic lifesaving skills and rescue techniques through educational and physical training. Open to men and women ages 14-17, the Junior Lifeguard Program will begin July 23 and take place each Tuesday and Thursday through Aug. 8. The cost to participate is $25 and application forms are available online at sicbp.com. Enrollment is limited to the first 40 applicants.

More information: sicbp.com

 

July 27

Sandy Sprint Sea Isle City 5K Run/Family Walk

8:30-10:30am, JFK Boulevard & Promenade

Join the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation for the Sandy Sprint Sea Isle City 5K Run/Family Walk on July 27. The event raises funds and awareness for advanced research of ovarian cancer and features a 5K run through scenic Sea Isle and a family walk on the Promenade. Registration is available online now at sandyovarian.org or on the day of the event at JFK Boulevard & Promenade. Following the event, there will be an after-party at La Costa.

More information: sandyovarian.org

 

Shore Softball Classic

9am-4pm, Dealy Field

Sponsored by Philadelphia Sports Leagues, men and women ages 18 and older are invited to participate in this friendly softball tournament. The summer tournament draws about 20 teams each year from the tri-state area for a day of fun on the field. All teams are guaranteed at least two games, and each will receive T-shirts for the entire team. Preregistration is now open and recommended as the event sells out.

More information: phillyleagues.com

 

July 28

Free Skin Cancer Screening

11am-2pm, JFK Boulevard & Promenade

As part of a statewide initiative, the Cape Atlantic Coalition will provide free skin cancer screenings with a team of licensed dermatologists and nurses. Participants can get a screening and talk with the professionals about skin cancer. Results are provided on the spot and all attendees will receive complimentary sunscreen.

More information: 609-653-3923 or capeatlanticcoalition.org

 

Riley, Reese and Reagan Farrow, Molly King, and Will Farrow.

 

Weekly Events

Free Family Movies Under the Stars (Mondays)

Dusk, July 1-Aug. 26

Kick off your week in Sea Isle City with animated hits on the big screen at Excursion Park. Families are encouraged to bring their beach chairs and blankets and pick a spot on the lawn to enjoy showings of family-friendly pictures that are sure to have everyone laughing and enjoying time together.

 

Farmers Market (Tuesdays)

8am-1pm (June 18-Aug. 27), seaislechamber.com

Grab a cup of coffee and head over to Excursion Park every Tuesday morning through Aug. 27 for the weekly Farmers Market. Featuring fresh and local produce, several craft vendors and more, each week you are sure to find just want you are looking for and even items you didn’t know you needed.

 

Guided Beachcombing Tours

 

Guided Beachcombing

Tuesdays (29th Street beach) and Thursdays (94th Street beach) 10-11am, weather permitting, $1, June 25-Aug. 29

Become an official beachcomber this summer as you tour the beaches in search of shells, rocks and wildlife every Tuesday and Thursday through Aug. 29. With help from tour guides, children and families of all ages will enjoy this fun, educational morning activity and the best part is, it’s only $1.

 

Free Family Dance Party (Tuesdays)

7:30-9pm, (July 2-Aug. 27, except Aug. 6)

Get ready to “twist and shout” every Tuesday this July and August. Families will sing, dance and clap along to all the favorites as the DJ spins popular hits and old favorites at Excursion Park.

 

Ava Koloseike and Ben Doyle sang at Acoustic Open Mic Night.

 

Acoustic Open Mic Night (Wednesdays)

9-11pm (July 10-Aug. 21)

Young people ages 14-20 will enjoy several activities every Wednesday through Aug. 21. Whether you choose to take center stage and show off your acoustic talent, check out the Xbox video game truck, or gather a team for the cornhole tournament, there is something for every teen to enjoy.

 

Free Music in the Park (Thursdays)

7:30-9pm, July 11-Aug. 29

You won’t want to miss the July lineup of bands including the Dirty Dozen Dance Band on July 11, The Jess Zimmerman Band on July 18 and The FM Band on July 25.

 

Free Classic Movies Under the Stars (Fridays)

Dusk, July 12-Aug. 30

Travel back in time and relive your favorite films. With an awesome lineup of titles in July, you won’t want to miss these timeless treasures on the big screen.

 

Free Concerts Under the Stars (Saturdays)

7:30-9:30pm, June 29-Aug. 31

Travel through the decades and musical genres with tribute bands scheduled for July recreating the music of Heart, Ozzy Osbourne, Motown and The Rat Pack.

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