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Girls Weekend Fashion Show Tickets Go on Sale

Girls Weekend Fashion Show Tickets Go on Sale


The Downtown Ocean City Girls Weekend Fashion Show will return to the Ocean City Yacht Club on Friday, March 24, and tickets are on sale now.

The annual event features the latest spring and summer clothing lines for sale in Ocean City’s retail shops and modeled by local men, women and children.

It includes light fare and refreshments catered by Ocean City restaurants. The Fashion Show kicks off a long weekend of shopping, dining and class activities that highlight all that downtown Ocean City has to offer.

Reigning Miss New Jersey Augostina Mallous will be emcee for the show. Mallous, 20, of Cape May Court House, currently attends Hofstra University, where she majors in journalism and minors in dance.

She began performing at age three when her mother signed her up for dance classes, and she danced competitively for 14 years on Jersey Cape Dance’s Competition Team. Growing up and working in her family’s diner, she learned the value of hospitality and service at a young age, according to a city news release.

Girls Weekend features hotel and bed-and-breakfast packages, dining offers, shopping discounts, prizes, yoga and wellness classes, craft projects and demonstrations at locations throughout Ocean City.

Look for updates and announcements about activities and participating businesses by visiting the Facebook event page or calling 609-399-1412.

Tickets for the Fashion Show are $35 each and available now at Capacity is limited, so fashion fans are urged to purchase tickets early.

The Nature and Environmental Fun Day will offer an array of activities for children. (Photo courtesy of Ocean City)


The Ocean City Environmental Commission will sponsor a free family-friendly Nature and Environmental Fun Day 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 in the Ocean City High School cafeteria. The event includes interactive education, zoo animals, crafts, games, a recycling activity and more.

The tentative lineup of participants includes:

  • Cape May County Zoo: Small Animal Petting Zoo
  • Wetlands Institute: Marine Life “Touch Tank” Exhibit
  • O.C. Environmental Commission: Recycling Arts and Crafts
  • Ocean City High School Student Environmental Association: Free Seed Giveaway of Plants That Attract Butterflies
  • Ocean City Free Public Library: Free Nature and Environmental Take-Aways

Other exhibitors will include the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, ACT Engineers, Americorp, South Jersey Gas, Atlantic City Electric and New Jersey American Water.