Tuesday, April 23, 2019

North Wildwood announces beach replenishment project/beach closures


NORTH WILDWOOD - As in past years, beginning the week of Monday, April 22nd, 2019, the City of North Wildwood will begin our annual shore protection and replenishment project of moving sand from the City of Wildwood to North Wildwood.

During that time, North Wildwood beaches will intermittently be closed at various sections from 2nd - 26th Avenues while the work is being completed. The City’s appointed contractor will continue work to replenish the beaches from erosion, which occurred over the 2018-19 fall/winter months. Beach Closed signs and fencing will be posted at various beach entrances throughout Wildwood and North Wildwood throughout the course of this project.

All work relative to this year’s sand back pass project will be completed prior to the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

The temporary staging area for the project will be between 15th and 16th Avenues on the beach between the boardwalk and the dune. A large amount of sand was also stockpiled in-house by our Department of Public Works this winter, which will greatly assist this year’s replenishment efforts. That stockpiled sand is between 24th – 16th Avenues on the beachfront.

Mayor Patrick Rosenello stated, “The City of North Wildwood has always been and will continue to be a proponent of shore protection and hazard mitigation. Although temporary, these sand back pass projects continue to protect our investments in property and infrastructure, while helping to preserve our quality of life in North Wildwood.”

Residents, visitors and homeowners are reminded to be aware of posted signage and beach closures now through May 23, 2019.

For additional information, please contact the North Wildwood Administration Office at 609-522-6464. If you have an emergency, please contact 9-1-1.

The Race of Gentlemen Adds Thursday Swap Meet to Event Weekend

Vendors will offer parts for sale and swap at Fox Park, Thursday through Friday!


- The Race of Gentlemen returns to Wildwood October 3rd through 6th this year, with even more thrills and chills. A newly added swap meet will provide TROG attendees the opportunity to shop and swap USA vintage automobile and motorcycle parts at Fox Park. The swap meet will start on Thursday, October 3rd. Vendors are now being accepted through the Race of Gentlemen website.

The swap meet adds to the already busy weekend of The Race of Gentlemen. Fox Park will be open from 10 AM to 6 PM on Thursday and will continue into Friday starting at 10 AM. Vendors must be pre-approved, there are no same day vendor sign-ups. After the meet on Friday, the weekend continues with the Night of Troglodytes at the Binn’s Motel, Saturday is exhibition racing followed by a bonfire on the beach in the evening, and Sunday is the final day of racing which is a bracket race. Post event party details to come!

By moving TROG to the off season, the event coordinators and the City hope to accentuate Wildwood’s off-season to create an even better event. The addition of the Thursday event provides an opportunity for attendees to come to town even earlier to visit other attractions, dine at area restaurants, and stay longer at local motels.

While the Race of Gentlemen takes place on the beach, the swap meet adds another location at Fox Park to spread attendees around Wildwood. Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr. knows the addition of Fox Park on Thursday will be beneficial to the City.

“The swap meet will ease the difficult task of finding the very specific-natured equipment for these vehicles, and will add to the culture of this unique group of individuals,” said Troiano. “This addition will bring in people who may not normally attend The Race of Gentlemen or even visit Wildwood, including collectors and hobbyists, adding to the visitor totals of Wildwood’s successful off-season.”

The swap meet is free to enter, and advance tickets are suggested for the races. Tickets are $50 for the weekend, and are on sale now through theraceofgentlemen.com. Day passes will be available onsite for Saturday or Sunday.

About TROG

TROG isn’t an invention. It’s been happening well before our founders were born, but now it has a name and a place in the foreground of modern culture. TROG taps into something primal and emotional. An escape from an impressively mundane world, offering mechanical reprieve from its backlit, binary grip. TROG events are real, jarring and built on the strongest, sappiest foundation of all... friendship. A weekend retreat with late nights and early mornings, where you laugh and yell and experience nature in the strangest possible way. A reminder that most admirable aspects of humanity have yet to die off.

About The Oilers Club

Founded by Jim Nelson in Southern California over 65 years ago, The Oilers Club, was a small group of thrill-seeking friends that built and raced hot rods and motorcycles using outdated pre-WWII era chassis, bodies, motors and parts. In 2010, the keys to the club were handed to Meldon Van Riper Stultz III, a Jersey Shore native who, with his colorful crew of vintage car and motorcycle revivalists, now stage these rolling exhibitions at historically significant locations across the country.

More information on The Race of Gentleman and tickets can be found online at theraceofgentlemen.com facebook.com/OilersCCRaceOfGentlemen and instagram.com/t.r.o.g._official

Thursday, April 18, 2019

17th annual Wildwood Crest Borough-Wide Yard Sale is May 4th


WILDWOOD CREST – Bargain hunters are encouraged to spend the day in Wildwood Crest for the 17th annual Borough-Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, May 4, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The event will feature nearly 200 yard sale locations throughout the borough.

In addition, the borough will also offer free access to a paper shredding truck for its residents on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Department of Public Works yard, located at 120 W. Newark Avenue. Proof of residency or a Wildwood Crest recycling permit will be required to use the shredder.

Maps featuring yard sale locations will be available beginning Friday, May 3, at the following locations: Wildwood Crest Borough Hall, 6101 Pacific Avenue; Crest Pier Recreation Center, 5800 Ocean Avenue; Joseph Von Savage Memorial Pool, 8800 New Jersey Avenue; and The Hardware Store, 105 W. Aster Road.

The yard sale location map will also be available online at www.wildwoodcrest.org beginning Thursday, May 2. Rain date for the yard sale is Sunday, May 5. The paper shredder will be available May 4 rain or shine.

Residents and visitors are reminded to obey all traffic laws as they travel through town on the day of the event. Those wishing to participate in the yard sale can download applications from the from page of the borough website at wildwoodcrest.org. Deadline to register is Friday, April 26.

The Borough-Wide Yard Sale is sponsored by the Wildwood Crest Department of Public Works. Call 609-522-7446 for more information.

Monday, April 8, 2019

Crest seeks input from residents regarding potential sale of alcohol in borough

Passage of potential referendum would allow for potential issuance of ONE liquor consumption license based on borough’s population


WILDWOOD CREST – The Borough of Wildwood Crest is currently soliciting opinions from its residents on whether the borough should permit the sale of alcohol in the borough.

Those who wish to express their thoughts are invited to attend any upcoming meetings of the Wildwood Crest Board of Commissioners, which meets twice per month at Wildwood Crest Borough Hall. A schedule of meetings is available on the borough’s website, www.wildwoodcrest.org.

Should a referendum allowing for the sale of alcohol in Wildwood Crest be passed, the borough would be permitted to issue just one plenary retail consumption license (restaurant/bar license) and one plenary retail distribution license (liquor store) based on a New Jersey statute that limits the issuance of liquor licenses by a municipality with respect to its total year-round population.

The borough is not required to issue any such license, however. Should a referendum pass, the Wildwood Crest Board of Commissioners may elect to issue the borough’s allowable one consumption license for use in a restaurant and within a designated business zone, which could stimulate additional business growth within that district. The borough can also place restrictions on hours of use of such a license.

If such a license is approved, special event permitting could also be considered by the Board of Commissioners on a case-by-case basis for those events that are in accordance with the character of the borough.

There is an exception to the population limitation statute for hotels or motels that contain at least 100 sleeping rooms. Currently, there are a number of such hotels, motels or condotels in Wildwood Crest. Such hotels and motels would qualify for a consumption license, should the borough decide to issue such licenses upon the passage of a referendum allowing for the sale of alcohol.

Any potential issuance of a liquor license would serve as a one-time financial benefit to the borough via the sale – through auction, bid or other process – of said license.

Wildwood Crest has been a “dry” town since a referendum prohibiting the sale of alcohol in the borough was passed in November 1940. Prior to that referendum, alcohol sales were permitted in Wildwood Crest, in which, at one time, there were two liquor licenses.

The 1940 referendum can only be reversed by another referendum, which could be placed on the ballot for the general election this November. In order for the matter to go to referendum, a petition signed by a minimum of 212 registered voters must be presented to the Board of Commissioners.

This petition would have to be organized by a registered voter who cast a ballot in the 2017 general election. Following the submission of such a petition, the governing body must then adopt a resolution requesting the Clerk of Cape May County to include this potential referendum in the next general election.

The Borough of Wildwood Crest Police Department and many of the borough’s various volunteer boards – including the Tourism Development Commission, Recreation Commission, Green Team and Wellness Committee – are currently reviewing the issues related to the potential sale of alcohol in the borough.

In addition, the borough has already met with several professional planners, all of whom have stated that the addition of one liquor consumption license is vital to a town that prides itself on being a tourism destination, particularly when all of Wildwood Crest’s surrounding communities all permit the sale of alcohol.

Residents of Wildwood Crest may also express their thoughts on this issue via email to borough administrator Connie Mahon at cmahon@wildwoodcrest.org, borough clerk Patricia Feketics at pfeketics@wildwodcrest.org or to the borough’s general email address, info@wildwoodcrest.org.

For further information, contact the borough clerk’s office at 609-729-8040.

Friday, April 5, 2019

Wildwood launches "Photo Spots" on Beach, including 1930's Wildood By The Sea Sign Replica

The five displays will provide fun for visitors, and 
positive publicity for Wildwood through social media...


- Over 70 years ago, the Wildwood By The Sea sign greeted visitors heading into town and most famously displayed a group of friends posing for a photo op. Today, the City of Wildwood has announced the sign has been recreated by the Department of Beach Services, to be on display this summer.

The display will be one of five new attractions provided by the City to offer fun photographic opportunities for visitors to enjoy and create positive publicity for the town.

The replica is much smaller than the original at just 4 feet tall and 8 feet wide, but the nostalgia is not lost. Aside from the difference in size, all other specifications are estimated to be correct. Due to the lack of recorded information, the sign was created solely by research of images and one home video that displayed the arrow to be red in color.

For visitors to be able to recreate the iconic image of the girls standing on sign, the City has added stairs and a platform in the back of the display so people can pose above the sign as they did in the historic photo.

In addition to the replica sign, the City will offer four “face-in-hole” displays of various whimsical beach scenes. The displays will start with a trial location on Garfield Avenue, and may move around the beach and boardwalk throughout the summer. Visitors will be able to pose in the displays in groups, with steps available for children. Similar displays were available decades ago on the boardwalk, providing nostalgia for long time visitors of Wildwood.

Each of the five new displays plus the two existing photo spots of oversized chairs, will feature a “Wildwood Photo Spot” sign with details on how to tag the City on social media and use the hashtag #WildwoodFun. The City hopes visitors have a fun time posing with the displays and post their images, where Wildwood will receive endless impressions and free, positive publicity.

The project was created by Beach Services director Tom Miceli and Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr, with collaboration on the Wildwood sign from the Wildwood Historical Museum. Each display was created by Beach Services, saving the City thousands of dollars on similar commercially made pieces. Troiano hopes the displays bring a refreshing light to Wildwood, and that they will become another great reason for visitors to stay in Wildwood this summer.

“We are excited to put a little nostalgia back into our beach where so many of us grew up every summer for most of our lives,” Troiano said. “To be able to rekindle a memory or to produce a little smile is what we are all about. Come laugh and be part of what Wildwood was, is, and will always be. Just have fun.”

Some of the displays will be up for the annual Easter egg hunt, with the remainder launching before Memorial Day.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

2019 permit tags for Wildwood Crest Recycling Center now available


– Permit tags for the 2019 season for the Wildwood Crest Department of Public Works Recycling Center are now available for pickup by Wildwood Crest residents and homeowners.

Tags can be picked up Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the tax office at Wildwood Crest Borough Hall, located at 6101 Pacific Avenue.

Beginning Saturday, May 4, tags can also be picked up on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wildwood Crest Tourism Information Center, located near the beach entrance at Rambler Road.

Beginning Saturday, June 15, and lasting through Labor Day weekend, permit tags can be picked up daily at the Tourism Information Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

2018 permit tags are good only through Friday, May 31. Beginning June 1, only 2019 permit tags will be accepted at the recycling center.

One permit tag is available free of charge to all Wildwood Crest residents and homeowners.

The Wildwood Crest Recycling Center is located on Bayview Drive between Newark and Jefferson Avenues.

The Recycling Center is available for use by Wildwood Crest residents and homeowners only. It is designed for residential household trash and recyclables drop-off only. Large bulk items will not be accepted for drop-off. Instead, residents and homeowners should call Public Works at 609-522-7446 to schedule a separate bulk pick-up.

Those using the Recycling Center must present their permit tag to the employee at the entrance gate.

The Recycling Center is currently open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Beginning Friday, May 4, and lasting through Sunday, Sept. 29, the Recycling Center will be open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

For further information, contact the Wildwood Crest Department of Public Works at 609-522-7446 or log on to wildwoodcrest.org.

MudHen Brewing Company announces 1st Anniversary Carnival


MudHen Brewing Company is turning ONE!

You are invited to join us for a day of celebration at our 1st Anniversary Birthday Party, starting at 11 am on Saturday, April 13 at MudHen Brewing Co., located at 127 W. Rio Grande Avenue in Wildwood.

It seemed like forever until the opening of MudHen Brewing Co. - now, a year later, so much has happened!

Jump aboard this train and enjoy the journey with us!

The party will include:

  • A carnival theme
  • Commemorative glass giveaway
  • $5 kids menu
  • Games
  • Live music
... and more spectacle, MudHen style!

Come One, Come All, Bring Your Family, Bring Your Friends!
We are proud to be part of the Wildwoods, NJ community!

For the complete schedule of MudHen Brewing Co. events and additional information, find us online at www.MudHenBrew.com. Also LIKE us on Facebook at MudHenBrew.

2019 Boardwalk Bucks App now available (+ list of participating businesses)

Available on iPhone & Android
We're seeing BIG savings in your future...

The popular Boardwalk Bucks App has been updated for 2019, and is now available on iPhone (iOS) and Android devices.

This year's version features over 100 coupons for businesses all over the Wildwoods (see list below).

Be sure to check the app often, as new coupons are added weekly.

Visit www.WildwoodDeals.com for additional info, updates and savings.

Follow on Facebook - WildwoodDeals.com


BOARDWALK BUCKS 2019 - Businesses offering Coupons this Summer

Morey's Piers' 2019 Spring pre-sale is underay

Believe it or not, we are under two weeks away from Opening Day at Morey's Piers!

Mariner's Pier will begin welcoming guests at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 13, kicking off Morey's much-anticipated 50th Anniversary Season.

If you're looking to get the jump on your 2019 amusement planning, the pre-sale for Morey's Piers' Annual Spring Sale is underway (the sale itself officially runs April 8 - 26).

Online orders are now being accepted for some of the biggest savings of the year, including:
  • Wild Pass: $325  (regularly $365)
  • Wild Water Park Pass: $150  (regularly $190)
  • Spring Sale Ticket Card  (70 tickets for $50)
  • Ride & Water Park 10 Packs  
Gift certificates, Sightseer Tram Car tickets and more are also available.

Check out the official Spring Sale page for complete information and to order.

Monday, April 1, 2019

Fishing & Boating Expo ~ April 6-7


Fishing and boating enthusiasts are invited to the Fishing & Boating Expo in the Oceanfront Arena at the Wildwoods Convention Center, Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7. From the back bays to the canyons, up to 90 vendors will cover all of your fishing and boating needs. Hours are 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturday, and 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Sunday.

The expo has expanded this year to over 48,000 square feet of indoor exhibitor space with displays showcasing a wide range of exciting new products, services and programs that fishermen and boaters will find useful, along with the latest “gotta have toys” available to view, demo and purchase. Products include but are not limited to rods, reels, lures, sporting equipment, sporting gear, boats, commercial gear, accessories, clothing, and state-of-the-art marine electronics.

Get up close and personal with experts, and get to know the retailers on a one-on-one basis. Attendees will have a chance to meet Back Bay legend Fred Uhlman, host of South Jersey’s longest running fishing show, “Jersey Cape Fishing.” Uhlman will feature a float rig demo at his booth. Door prizes will also be drawn throughout the day.

Admission to the Fishing & Boating Expo is $5 per person. The Wildwoods Convention Center is a fully handicapped accessible building.

For additional information about the Fishing & Boating Expo, call 609-377-1617 or visit www.fishingexpowildwood.com.

For additional information about the Wildwoods, visit www.WildwoodsNJ.com or call 800-992-9732.

Long Live Curley's Fries... No Foolin'!

Be honest - Did they get ya?

This afternoon, Morey's Piers revealed that it was, in fact, playing a big April Fool's joke with its previous announcement that longtime staple Curley's Fries would be removed in favor of a "greener, healthier" alternative.

In a "press release" sent out last night (sneaky, very sneaky), Morey's introduced "Greenery's, a concession stand offering a variety of healthy and convenient food items that guests can eat on the go," also noting that, due to to space and cost constraints, the Curley's locations at Surfside and Mariner's amusement piers were being rebranded to accommodate the new offering.

Citing social media demand and industry studies, it was explained that Generation Z consumers "want more organic and natural foods without additives and they are more likely to be vegetarians."

The topper was a detailed listing of Greenery's menu options, which included kale chips (brushed with avacado oil and baked with a seasoning blend, no less), roasted chick peas and, our favorite, a locally-sourced seaweed salad.

You really have to appreciate the commitment and attention to detail here.

The post set off a verifiable firestorm on social media. While many caught on to the joke, the overwhelming majority of responses made it clear that they were... umm, NOT in favor of this idea.

(See the original Facebook post and comments HERE.)

Early this afternoon, Morey's came clean, posting the above photo of mascots Sunny C. Gull and Curley Fry himself, revealing the gag:

"For the last 45 years, Curley's Fries has been treating the taste buds of millions with our signature crinkle fries & we're happy to announce that guest can still indulge in this Wildwood boardwalk tradition starting on April 12 when Curley's Fries opens for the season!"

As a bonus, the post stated that the first 50 people in line at Curley's (both pier locations) on Saturday, April 13 will be treated to some FREE fries, in honor of Morey's 50th Anniversary season.

Friday, March 29, 2019

Volunteers needed for Wildwood Crest Beach Sweep event - April 13th


– The Borough of Wildwood Crest is in need of volunteers to help keep the community’s beaches clean, safe and among the best in the state.

The Borough’s Department of Public Works, in conjunction with Clean Ocean Action and Clean Communities, will host a Beach Sweep on Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Volunteers should check in at Centennial Park, located at Fern Road and Ocean Avenue.

The event will be held rain or shine. Volunteers should wear weather appropriate clothing. Equipment will be provided by the Wildwood Crest Department of Public Works.

Volunteers of all ages are needed for the event. Participants collect, remove and record valuable data about debris, which is presented in annual reports and used to advance federal, state and local programs to reduce litter on New Jersey beaches and waterways.

Participants who are members of the Wildwood Crest Adopt-A-Beach program will receive credit for one clean. Volunteers should register in advance by sending an email to ssteiner@wildwoodcrest.org. Registration will also be taken on site on the day of the event.

This Beach Sweep will be extremely helpful to the borough’s already intensive efforts to keep its vast expanse of beaches clean.

According to the Clean Ocean Action website, more than 115,000 volunteers have participated and removed over 5.9 million pieces of debris from New Jersey’s beaches and waterways since the program began in 1985. Beach Sweeps is one of the longest-running programs of its kind in the world.

According to its website, Clean Ocean Action is a leading national and regional voice working to protect waterways along the New Jersey and New York coastlines using science, law, research, education and citizen action.

For further information about the Beach Sweeps, contact the Wildwood Crest Department of Public Works at 609-522-7446.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson shares Wildwood memory from 1983

From Chubby Checker to Kenny Chesney and everyone in between, the Wildwoods have played host to an astonishing list of talent from the world of entertainment.

But, have you ever wondered how many famous folks have visited before they reached "celebrity" status?

Yesterday, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, professional wrestling legend and one of Hollywood's biggest names, shared a photo of himself and his father, "Soul Man" Rocky Johnson, outside Wildwood Convention Hall in 1983.

The elder Johnson, here signing autographs for fans, was a popular attraction at the venue, where the World Wrestling Federation was a red hot act throughout the 1970's and 80's.

(The tradition continues today with WWE's annual visit to the Wildwoods Convention Center, which replaced its predecessor in 2000.)

The photo was shared from an 80's wrestling page on Twitter, but was originally posted by Atilis Gym (3015 Pacific Avenue), a favorite training spot for many wrestlers and bodybuilders then and now.

Note that father and son are both sporting Atilis hats!

"Wow what a pic," wrote Johnson. "Back when my dad (along w @tonyatlas) became @WWE’s first Black Tag Team Champions. I adored my old man here at 11yrs old and clearly couldn’t wait to start hitting the gym. After I fixed my horribly bucked teeth."

The Rock would do OK for himself in the years to come.

In 1991, eight years after the above photo was snapped, he won a national football championship as a member of the Miami Hurricanes. After graduation, he decided to follow in his father's footsteps and began training for a career in pro wrestling.

Promoted as the WWF's first third generation star (his grandfather was "High Chief" Peter Maivia, also no stranger to the mat wars in Wildwood), he gained mainstream fame after developing a charismatic, trash-talking persona.

He went on to become a multi-time WWF/WWE world champion, headlined WrestleMania several times, and ultimately parlayed his success as "The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment" into a hugely successful acting career.

Today, Johnson is one of the highest paid actors in the world, as well as a producer, a best-selling author, and... well, he seems to pop up just about everywhere.

Who would have ever thought, back in 1983, huh?

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Updated list of 2019 Opening Dates


As hard as it may be to believe, we are already staring down the last weekend of March. Spring has officially arrived, and though Mother Nature hasn't officially broken up with Winter yet, that relationship is on borrowed time.

If you own or run a local biz and would like your date to be included in our bi-weekly update, please drop us a line at wildwood365@gmail.com.

(Business dates and hours are always subject to change; keep in mind that many businesses are open for weekends and/or limited hours this time of year.)

2019 Opening Dates

2Mile Restaurant  -  March 30

Maui's Dog House  -  April 4

Wildwood Historical Society  -  April 4

Franconi’s Pizza  -  April 5

Ravioli House  -  April 5

Curley’s Fries (Surfside Pier)  -  April 12

Mack's Pizza (Wildwood Avenue)  -  April 12

Little Italy  -  April 12

Fresh on Fifth  -  April 13

Morey's Piers (Mariner's Pier)  -  April 13

NEW ~ Beau Boutique  -  April 15

Kelly’s Cafe  -  April 18

3 Brothers Pizza  -  April 19

Doo Wop Diner  -  April 19

XD Dark Ride / Cloak & Dagger Escape Rooms  -  April 19

NEW ~ Flying Hatchets  -  April 19

Piro’s Village Restaurant  -  April 26

Samuel's Pancake House  -  April 27

Crab Cake Hotline  -  May 3

Original Old Time Photo  -  May 3

Sightseer Tram Cars service begins  -  May 3

Route 66 Restaurant  -  May 10

Morey's Surfside Pier  -  May 11

Russo’s Market  -  May 23

Morey's Adventure Pier  -  May 24

East Coast Helicopter Tours  -  May 24

Wildcard Water Sports  -  May 24

Raging Waters Water Park  -  May 25

Ocean Oasis Water Park  -  June 15

Downtown Family Movie Night returns, starting June 25th

The popular FREE Downtown Wildwood Movie Night returns for its second season at Byrne Plaza (Pacific & Oak Avenues) beginning Tuesday, June 25 with a screening of Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.

From that point on, movies will be shown at dark (approx. 8:15 pm) every Tuesday night until August 20, with the exception of August 6 (National Night Out).

In the case of rain, movies nights will be moved to Wednesdays.

A special Halloween event on Friday night, October 25 will feature Hotel Transylvania 2.

Moviegoers are encouraged to bring beach chairs or blankets to the plaza. FREE parking will be available in the lot behind the Pacific & Schellenger Avenues property, with entrances on Schellenger and Oak Avenues.

For additional information and updates, visit Wildwood By The Sea on Facebook.

2019 Downtown Wildwood Movie Night Schedule

June 25  -  Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
July 2  -  Smallfoot
July 9  -  Early Man
July 16  -  Paddington 2
July 23  -  The Star
July 30  -  Finding Nemo
August 6  -  NATIONAL NIGHT OUT (no movie)
August 13  -  Incredibles 2
August 30  -  Ralph Breaks The Internet

October 25  -  Hotel Transylvania 2  (special Halloween event @ 8:30 pm)