She invited me to the very first "2nd Friday-'By the Bay'. What a delightful evening! Mingling with local artists, tasting oyster stew and other seafood delicacies, and more delicious homemade refreshments! Enjoying folksy guitar music on the dock, and learning something of our rich maritime history in South Jersey!
|A model of the A.J. Meerwald in the museum.|
She wasn't in port, because she was in
a schooner race in the Chesapeake Bay this weekend!
for her history and details, go to www.ajmeerwald.org
|Maureen in the museum shop, with lots |
of bayshore artwork, local crafts
and pottery, and souvenirs
|Ted had a cup of grog|
|I saw exquisite artwork by Anthony Thompson and others.|
This is a painting of Eastpoint Lighthouse, in Cumberland County,built in 1849. It fell into disrepair, then was later restored
and is a very popular local artist subject. It is also a place where the Monarch Butterflies stop before their Autumnal Journey to Mexico, and this can be quite impressive to observe. To learn more about the lighthouse history and tours, please visit www.njhs.org/links.html
or email the Maurice River Historical Society, at email@example.com
|Photo from nrm.wikipedia.org/wiki/File oysters_in_circle_on_plate.jpg|
|Knot work being taught by Horace Whitfield|
When I tried to make a square knot,
He told me it turned out to be a "granny knot".
I thought he was kidding me!
|A section of the lovely mural by Rudderow|
in the museum
Each month there will be themed events, on the second Friday evenings, at the shipping sheds and wharves
in Bivalve, Port Norris, N.J.
They are also presenting children's programs.
Details and directions at www.bayshorediscovery.org
856-785-2060 ext 100
Who knew I lived near such an interesting place!