News and notes from down the Shore
Put the Lexus SUV in park, book a sitter and whisk the drop cloth off your vintage Harley: it’s Wildwood’s annual Roar to the Shore weekend. From a cycle stunt show to demo rides on a Can-Am Roadster, this festival is packed with adrenaline-pumping, biker-friendly events. Enter a raffle for a chance to win a Harley Davidson, visit the convention center’s Jack Daniels Experience or Tattoo Beach Bash, catch a live band or compete for the title of Biker Babe and a $1,000 prize. Sept. 8-12, Wildwood, (609) 729-870, RoarToTheShoreOnline.com, free
If you can breathe, you can do yoga. That’s what yoga instructor Teri O’Connor insists. She’s kicking off National Yoga Month on the beach, with a free seaside yoga session for participants of all skill levels. (If you miss the free class, check online for ongoing beach yoga at $10 per class.) Sept. 5, 7:30 a.m. at JFK Boulevard beach, Sea Isle City, (609) 602-3398, NJBeachYoga.com, free
No more sneaking bites of pâté by the light of your open refrigerator. Cape May’s Food & Wine Celebration is a foodie’s time to indulge openly. This annual event includes beer tastings, winery tours and a brunch walk. Attend the swanky four-course Glenmorangie single-malt Scotch dinner or a meet-and-greet with local chefs. Sept. 17-25, various locations, Cape May, (609) 884-5404, CapeMayMAC.org, $15-$135
More drama than you can possibly imagine. Bravo presents The Real Housewives national live tour, featuring members of the show’s Jersey, New York, Orange County and Beverly Hills casts. For $170, you can join them in a cocktail party, too. Oct. 1, 3 p.m. & 8 p.m. at Caesars Circus Maximus Theater, 2100 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, (800) 745-3000, CaesarsAC.com, $39.50-$170
Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 8, Issue 6 (September, 2011).
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