You’ve seen the signs. Come out an hear what they’re all about!
Wonder what these signs are about? Join Jane Galetto, President of CU Maurice River and one of the creators of the Bayshore Heritage Scenic Byway, as she explains what a byway is, its importance and what natural and historic points of interest are along the way. The 122 mile Bayshore Heritage Scenic Byway is a state scenic and now national scenic byway that winds along the shoreline of the Delaware Bay from Mannington Township in Salem County to Cape May Point State Park. The Byway tells the story of centuries of connections between the communities and cultures along the Delaware Bay and Estuary and the rich and abundant natural resources that support them. There are historic districts in 11 of the communities along the Byway including: Salem City, Bridgeton, Mauricetown, Newport, Greenwich, Dennisville, Eldora, South Dennis, Cold Spring, West Cape May and Cape May.
Bayshore Heritage Scenic Byway with Jane Morton Galetto.
Call 856-785-2060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. See you there!