Other Lighthouse Events

On June 7th, Supawna Meadows/Finns Point is having a Fishing Event for children 14 and under.

Please check out the site at


Go to events and then fishing to find the link.

There are lots of activities for the kids besides fishing.

We're getting ready to finalize the Festival layout, so if you haven't gotten your application in yet, please do it this week.
 Also, if you have any payments still due, you must send them in this week.  

Non-Profits, Authors, Historians, Museums, PLEASE be sure to send in you application too,
or at least call me or Steve Murray and let us know your intentions and space requirements. 

We think this may be our best show yet. Lots of advertising and special events are planned. One of which is Pirate Day! Sunday, June 22 will be Pirate Day at the Festival with attendees encouraged to dress like a Pirate with a chance to win a prize. We're also encouraging our vendors to play up on our Pirate and Nautical theme too. 

Be sure to join us on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/HerefordInletLighthouseMaritimeFestival,
and to let your 
friendsand followers know about the Festival. Word of mouth may be the best advertising for these events.

Questions, comments, ideas? Please feel free to call or e-mail me.

Thanks and 
Best Regards,

Les Kammerman

Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Maritime Festival
PO Box 901
Brigantine, NJ 08203


We are saddened to report the Old Orchard Lighthouse off the coast of Great Kills Park in Staten Island was simply blown away by Sandy..right off the shoal. After almost 120 years standing as a strong beacon on the Lower Bay...it is gone. Another loss to Staten Island and the lighthouse community.

 This is what remains after Hurricane Sandy.
Old Orchard after Sandy


Tinicum Rear Range Lighthouse Needs Volunteers

The success of any lighthouse group is directly related to its ability to attract volunteers. If you would be interested in volunteering at the Tinicum Rear Range Lighthouse in Paulsboro, NJ, please contact  Marc Kamp at (856) 423-1554. We need volunteers as tour guides, to help with the newsletter, membership, publicity, research and much more. If you are interested in history and lighthouses or you just love Paulsboro, give us a call. We are also interested in hearing from anyone who has pictures, memorabilia or stories about our lighthouse.

All meetings are held at the Paulsboro Municipal Building, 1121 North Delaware Street, Paulsboro, NJ at 7:00 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of each month. All Welcome!

Web site: www.tinicumrearrangelighthouse.org
Email: info@tinicumrearrangelighthouse.org

“Stairway to the Stars” at Cape May Lighthouse

The perfect ending to a Cape May day—Climb the Cape May Lighthouse at night and see the sky ablaze with stars. Tours include a trolley ride from Cape May to Cape May Point featuring an entertaining narrated tour. 8:00 p.m. Other tours available(all tours seasonal). Sponsored by the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts (MAC). For more information, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org.

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