A new exhibit at the Sea Isle City Historical Museum commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol.

The members of Sea Isle City’s Historical Society will host their second annual “Here Comes Summer” Open House and Art Show on Saturday, June 22.

The free event will be held from noon to 3 p.m. inside the Historical Museum, located at 4800 Central Avenue on the first floor of the Sea Isle City Library.

It will feature games and face painters for the kids, complimentary food and refreshments, and the chance to enjoy the Historical Society’s extensive collection of vintage photos and artifacts – including a special display created in honor of the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol’s 100th anniversary.

“Here Comes Summer” will also include a community art show inside the library’s main gathering room, featuring a variety of work from local and regional artists, and live entertainment from musicians/story-tellers Jan and John Haigis, of “Past Time Presents.” 

“This event has broad appeal, because there is something for everyone – food, games for the kids, beautiful artwork, music, and history that everyone will enjoy,” Historical Society President Abby Powell said.  

For more information about the “Here Comes Summer” Open House and Art Show, please phone 609-263-2992 or visit