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Sea Isle City July 2013 Events

July 4: Jr. Olympics (3-13 yrs.), Dealy Field, 9:30am, 263-0050

July 4: Alex Glover & Company (Tribute to America Concert), Excursion Park, 7:30-9pm, 263-8687

July 4: Fireworks, 50th St. Beach, 9pm, 263-0050

July 7: Phillies Home Run Derby (7-12 yrs.), Dealy Field, 12 & 1:30pm, 263-0050, www.seaislecitynj.us Rain date: July 14

July 9: Fashion Show, Excursion Park, 7pm, 374-2721, www.seaislechamber.com

July 10: Little Miss & Jr. Miss SIC Pageant, St. Joseph Auditorium,7pm, 263-8687, www.seaislecitynj.us

July 12-14: Beach Classic Men’s Street Hockey Tourney, Hockey Court, 8am, 631-331-1220 or tazz79816@yahoo.com

July 13: Ruggerfest, Dealy Field, 9am, 702-343-4111, www.blackthornrugby.com

July 16: Santa Visits in July, Excursion Park, 6:30-8:30pm,263-9090, www.seaislechamber.com

July 17: Surf Lessons, 37th St. Beach, 10am-12pm, 263-3033, www.heritagesurf.com

July 17-18: Mascot School, 44th St. & Promenade, 10:30am-12:15pm, 263-3655, www.sicbp.com Rain date: July 19

July 17: Baby Parade, 34th-44th St. & Promenade, 6:30pm, 263-8687, Rain date: July 18

July 20: Shore Softball Classic, Dealy Field, 9am-2pm, 215-483-9340, www.playphillysports.com

July 20: Mascot School Races, 44th St. & Promenade, 10:30am-12:15pm, 263-3655, www.sicbp.com Rain date: July 21

July 23: Junior Lifeguard Program, 44th St. & Promenade, 10:30am-1pm, 263-3655, www.sicbp.com

July 25: Flyers Hooked on Hockey (6-12 yrs.), Hockey Court, 5-6pm, 263-0050, www.seaislecitynj.us

July 26: Race Judicata 5K Run/1K Walk, JFK Blvd & Beach, 6:30-8pm, 463-0313, www.cmcba.org , Rain date: July 27

July 27: War at The Shore Rugby, Dealy Field, 9am, 610-331-6166, www.amnrl.com


Skimmer Weekend 2013

The city’s Skimmer Festival Weekend will take place on Saturday and Sunday, June 15-16.

On Saturday, the festival will start with the annual Skimmer Seaside Market along Sea Isle's oceanfront Promenade, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The market will feature nearly 400 vendors.

A Skimmer Food Court will be located in front of Excursion Park, JFK Boulevard and Pleasure Avenue. There will be live music by Second 2 None in Excursion Park and free family activities, including a giant obstacle course, a moon bounce, face-painters, “Waxy Hands” and a family photo booth. There will also be a “Sand Art” station, where children can create souvenirs for a small fee.

Also on Saturday, the festival’s annual Sand Sculpting Demonstration will take place on the beach at JFK Boulevard beginning at 9 a.m., led by Sand Pounders Professional Sculptors. The public will be invited to compete in a sand sculpting competition. The competition will be followed by an award ceremony at noon, at which time trophies will be distributed to the best amateur sand creations.

There will be more free music at 8 p.m. when The Exceptions perform a variety of pop and rock classics at the Excursion Park Band Shell.

Skimmer Weekend will continue from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Father's Day, Sunday, June 16, with an antique auto show along the Promenade between 29th Street and JFK Boulevard. The Snake Brothers Band will play blue grass music on the Promenade at JFK Boulevard.


New City Hall Building for Sea Isle

This week, engineers proposed building a $13.2 million new city hall building. This will replace the current public safety building on JFK Boulevard, which will hold both city offices, the fire department and the police department.

The proposed four-story building was deemed necessary by City Council after the city's two current government complexes were both significantly damaged during Hurricane Sandy. Tuesday's meeting was held in the city's modified elementary school, where city offices and police have been stationed since the storm. Officials said building a new city hall would be more efficient long-term than staying in the school or fixing the city's damaged current buildings. Engineers said they have been planning this project for months, and had already been analyzing city facilities prior to Sandy. The old buildings were cramped and inefficient, with access and space limitations, engineers said. City Administrator George Savastano said the administration will seek approval at the next council meeting to proceed with creating construction specifications and then seek bids on the work in or around October.

Courtesy of the AC Press