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  • Jun 21 2017
    Twelve new Pickleball courts are now complete and open to the public for play. The new facility is located at 18th Street and Haven Avenue, adjacent to the Ocean City Intermediate School. Summer hours are 7:30 a.m. to dusk daily through Labor Day. A season pass costs $50 per player. A weekly pass is $15, and a daily is $5. Passes may be purchased at the courts. For further information, call 609-525-9307. ... details
  • Jun 21 2017
    Registration for the following tennis tournaments is now open: Men s Doubles July 8 11:30 am Harvey Lakes (Men's Singles) - July 15 11:30 am Boys' Singles (18 under) July 29 11:30 am Girls' Singles (18 under) July 29 11:30 am Mother/Daughter Father/Son Aug. 5 - 11:45 am Ladies' Doubles Round Robin - Aug 23 10:00 am Dixie Howell (50, 60 Over Senior Doubles) Aug 26 - 11:30 am Please note that rain dates are the day af... details
  • Jun 21 2017
    It's not too late to sign up for summer swim lessons. The Ocean City Aquatic and Fitness Center has a wide variety of programs, and there are still spots available. Summer is a great time for children to learn swim for the first time, and for anybody to learn to swim better. All lessons are given by experienced and highly qualified instructors. Stop by the Aquatic and Fitness Center at 1735 Simpson Avenue or call 609-398-6900. A complet... details
  • Jun 21 2017
    Backed by the renowned Ocean City Pops orchestra, the multi-talented VANESSA WILLIAMS will perform on the Ocean City Music Pier at 7:30 p.m. Sunday (June 25). Tickets ($65, $75 and $85) are still available at oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice, by calling 609-399-6111, or in-person at the Music Pier Box Office or any of the city s welcome centers. Williams is one of the most respected and multi-faceted performers in the entertainment industry today. She has sold millions of records ... details
  • Jun 6 2017
    The City of Ocean City will hold its annual Bicycle Auction 10 a.m. to noon Monday, July 17, 2017 at the Shelter Road Recycling Center at 1 Shelter Road (off Tennessee Avenue, which intersects Bay Avenue near 23rd Street). The Ocean City Police Department lets anybody bid on used bicycles that have been deemed by police to be abandoned or unclaimed. Approximately 80 bicycles and other surplus items will be for sale. In a typical auction, successful bids range from $1 t... details