Jason Olson & Cooper, Jennifer Olson, Carol Thompson, Paul Dever, Donna Miller, Antimo Ferrilli, and Joe Dintino of Team Kix at the Gerard A. Desiderio Heart Walk.

Dominic Cocco with Alexandria and Paulina Rucci enjoy Mike’s Seafood during Sea Isle Restaurant Week.

June 2:

ESA/South Jersey District Surfing Contest

7am-5pm, 40th Street beach (No-surf/rain date: June 9)

The competition features heats for shortboard, longboard, bodyboard and stand-up paddleboard contestants. The entry fee is $20, and signups will take place the morning of the contest.

More information: snj.surfesa.org

 

Gerard A. Desiderio Heart Walk

9-11am, JFK Boulevard & Promenade

Held in memory of Mayor Leonard Desiderio’s brother, the annual Heart Walk benefits the Deborah Heart and Lung Center. Participants and teams are able to register the day of the event. Following the start of the Heart Walk, there also is a Hearts for Hounds Dog Walk at 9:15am.

More information: gdheartwalk@gmail.com

 

June 4-10:

Sea Isle Restaurant Week

Participating businesses

Foodies will enjoy the flavors of Sea Isle City with set menus of four courses for $34. Hosted by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization, the event features a variety of participating restaurants offering menus with the likes of fresh seafood dishes, pastas, and so much more. Be sure to call your favorite spots ahead of time for reservations!

For a full list of participating restaurants and more information: seaislerestaurantweek.com

 

Andrew Bodine and Janice Jefferson participated in the Peyton’s Promise 5K Run/ 2 Mile Walk.

 

June 9:

Peyton’s Promise 5K Run/2K Walk

10:15am, 43rd Street & Promenade

The 10th annual event, hosted by Sea Isle City residents Dustin and Debbie Laricks, benefits the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia with the funds allocated to lung development research and Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) related studies. Registration starts at 9am, with the race start time at 10:15am. Following the run and walk, a family friendly after-party will be held, with food, music and raffles.

More information: peytonspromise.com

 

Here Comes Summer

Noon-3pm, Sea Isle City Historical Museum

Celebrate Sea Isle City’s heritage during the first annual Here Come Summer open house. Hosted by the Sea Isle City Historical Museum, families will enjoy an afternoon of kids’ activities and games and light refreshments while touring the museum. Be sure to check out the wall of family albums, the military display and the eye-catching bridal-gowns display while learning about Sea Isle’s past. The museum is on the first floor of the Sea Isle City Library, at 4800 Central Ave.

More information: seaislemuseum.com

 

Brynn Leigh enjoyed the amusement rides during Skimmer Festival.

 

June 16:

Skimmer Festival

9am-4pm, JFK Boulevard & Promenade

Featuring a jam-packed day of family fun, attendees will enjoy browsing the wares of more than 300 craft market vendors set up along the Promenade plus live entertainment, amusement rides, and the Skimmer Food Court. Excursion Park will host live music and a variety of free family activities, including Old Tyme Photos, an art bar, face painters and amusement rides.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

Jim McLaughlin Memorial Tennis Tournament

9am-1pm, 63rd Street tennis courts (Rain date: June 17)

The Jim McLaughlin Memorial Tennis Tournament was established in 2014 in memory of Jim McLaughlin, a longtime resident and builder in town. All levels are invited to participate.

More information: 1-800-394-4689

 

Rachel Mammelle, Tony Piperno, Chris Carr, Kristy Carr, and Ed Hunter
at the Jim McLaughlin Memorial Tennis Tournament.

 

Sea Goal Cup

9am-5pm, Dealy Field

Sponsored by the Philadelphia Sports League, the one-day hockey tournament will feature about 10 teams vying for the Sea Goal Cup. The cost is $300 to register a team for the tournament and all teams receive a PSL Sea Goal Cup Tournament shirt. The winning team will be presented with championship T-shirts and a trophy. Sign up online at phillyleagues.com.

More information: 215-260-7748, phillyleagues.com

 

June 17:

Skimmer Festival: Antique Auto Show & Parade

9am-1:30pm, 29th Street to JFK Boulevard & Promenade

Held along the Promenade, the event will feature nearly 90 antique cars, as well as music by the Snake Brothers Band from 10am-noon. The awards ceremony will begin at 1pm, followed by the Antique Auto Parade at 1:30. The parade will exit the Promenade from 44th Street and proceed south on Pleasure Avenue to 94th Street, then loop back toward 44th Street on Landis Avenue.

More information: 973-563-0254, visitsicnj.com

 

Skimmer Festival: Free Guided Historical Trolley Tours

10am-12:30pm, Excursion Park

Hop aboard the trolley offered every half-hour for Free Guided Historical Trolley Tours. Led by members of the Sea Isle City Historical Society, visitors will learn about prominent landmarks and facts from yesteryear.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

June 19:

Farmers Market

Tuesdays beginning June 19, 8am-1pm, Excursion Park

9am-1:30pm, 29th Street to JFK Boulevard & Promenade

Stroll through Excursion Park every Tuesday for the weekly Farmers Market featuring a variety of craft and food vendors. Sponsored by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization, the event will run through Aug. 28.

More information: seaislechamber.com

 

Sean Fitzgerald and Faahim Kayed at the Sea Isle City Food Truck Invitational.

 

 

June 22-24:

Sea Isle City Food Truck Invitational

Kix McNutley’s, 63rd Street between Central and Landis Avenues

Pizza in a Cone, loaded gourmet fries, wonton dumplings and smoked pulled pork are just some of the food options you will enjoy at the annual Sea Isle City Food Truck Festival. The event will feature nearly 20 food trucks, a variety of craft vendors, family fun events and live music.

More information: 609-318-4504, facebook.com/seaislecityfood/

 

Farmer's Market

 

June 26:

Farmers Market

Tuesdays beginning June 19, 8am-1pm, Excursion Park

Stroll through Excursion Park every Tuesday for the weekly Farmers Market featuring a variety of craft and food vendors. Sponsored by the Sea Isle City Chamber of Commerce and Revitalization, the event will run through Aug. 28.

More information: seaislechamber.com

 

Guided Beachcombing

Tuesdays (29th Street beach) and

Thursdays (94th Street Beach) beginning June 26, 10-11am, weather permitting, $1, June 26-Aug. 28

Become an official beachcomber this summer as you tour the beaches in search of shells, rocks and wildlife every Tuesday and Thursday through Aug. 30. With help from tour guides, children and families of all ages will enjoy this fun, educational morning activity for the low price of $1.

More information: 215-805-9277

 

Gillian Martin at the Sara the Turtle Festival.

 

June 27:

Sara the Turtle Festival

7-9pm, Excursion Park (Rain date: June 28)

This event is a great way for children and families to connect with different species of animals, including insight on a very common species in our area, the diamondback terrapin. There will be strolling entertainers, face painters, sprinting races and live entertainment, and you won’t want to miss the cuteness of the “Diaper Derby” crawling contest.

More information: visitsicnj.com

 

June 28:

Full Moon Beach Yoga

8-9pm, JFK Boulevard beach

Whether you’ve been practicing yoga for years or you’re new to it, all ages and levels are invited to experience Full Moon Beach Yoga with certified instructor Teri O’Connor of NJ Beach Yoga. While the moon rises over the ocean, O’Connor will guide her class through moon salutations, ending with a Full Moon Meditation to help you feel more relaxed heading into July. There is no fee to participate.

More information: njbeachyoga.com

 

Full Moon Beach Yoga

 

Guided Beachcombing

Tuesdays (29th Street beach) and Thursdays (94th Street Beach) beginning June 26, 10-11am, weather permitting, $1,
June 26-Aug. 28

Become an official beachcomber this summer as you tour the beaches in search of shells, rocks and wildlife every Tuesday and Thursday through Aug. 30. With help from tour guides, children and families of all ages will enjoy this fun, educational morning activity for the low price of $1.

More information: 215-805-9277

 

June 30:

Sea Isle City STOMPS Cancer 5K Run/Family Walk

9am, JFK Boulevard & Promenade

The Sea Isle City STOMPS Cancer 5K and Family Walk raises money for the Bringing Hope Home Foundation, an organization established in 2008 to provide “unexpected amazingness” through financial and emotional support for local families dealing with cancer. Following the race, everyone is invited back to La Costa for a party featuring awards, food, music and more.

More information: 484-580-8395, bringinghopehome.org

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