Shown during 2015’s NNO celebration are (from left) Ryan, Brosius, 11, Connor Brosius, 11, Makenzie Lehto, 10 , Colton Lehto, 8, and Tyler Brosius, all of Gloucester County, NJ.

On Tuesday, August 7, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., the Sea Isle City Police Department (SICPD) will host a National Night Out celebration at the Excursion Park Band Shell, located at JFK Boulevard and the Promenade. As is the case in towns and cities throughout the country, the focus of Sea Isle’s National Night Out is to increase awareness for important police programs, such as drug prevention, avoiding juvenile alcohol use, and other anti-crime efforts.

Sea Isle City’s National Night Out will feature complementary snacks and give-aways, as well as a variety of free activities, including face painters, inflatable bounce houses, a family photo booth, games, live music and other family-friendly activities. There will also be a dunk tank, which will raise funds for Mayor Desiderio’s 2018 Holiday Toy and Food Drive.

Families will also enjoy a variety of interactive law enforcement and safety displays, manned by representatives from Sea Isle City’s Fire Department, Division of Emergency Medical Services and Beach Patrol, as well as the Cape May County’s Sheriff’s Office, Prosecutor’s Office and S.W.A.T. Team.  At the SICPD table, officers will allow people to try-on special goggles that show how severely alcohol impairs basic functions.

After the National Night Out activities end, everyone can settle-in for a free showing of Cars 3, which will begin at dusk at Excursion Park. Families are reminded to bring folding chairs or beach blankets to recline on the park’s lawn during the movie.

To learn more about Sea Isle City’s National Night Out, visit the Sea Isle City Police Department’s Facebook page or go to