Cruise the Delaware
The Palmyra Historical & Cultural Society runs an informative and scenic cruise on the Delaware River. Two boardings will leave the historic Riverton Yacht Club in Riverton. All proceeds will benefit the Palmyra Historical and Cultural Society. Visitors are asked to bring old pictures of Palmyra, Riverton or Cinnaminson to share with the society's archives. $20. 10:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. 856-829-6725.
See the film
Our Sacred Honor: Moorestonians in the Time of War
at Moorestown High School, 350 Bridgeboro Rd., Moorestown. This documentary was created by the Historical Society of Moorestown and MoorArts, which converted last year's exhibit "Moorestonians in Time of War" into a film. Beyond featuring some of the stories told during last year's exhibit, significant material was added from the Civil War, World War I and Vietnam. Also included are interviews with local historians, veterans and family member, along with letters, eyewitness accounts and rare photographs. DVDs will be reproduced and sold. Proceeds will benefit the Historical Society of Moorestown and MoorArts. Free. 2 and 4 p.m. 856-727-4816.
This is the last week to see the photography exhibit of Quaker Meeting Houses of Burlington County, some of the oldest standing buildings in the county. Sponsored by the Burlington County Freeholders and the Division of Cultural Affairs and Tourism, the exhibit at Mount Holly Friends Meeting House, 81 High St., features 43 photographs by Dorann Weber. The photos capture the architecture of these simple structures, as well as draw attention to the historic impact Quakerism had on the county. Free. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays. 609-265-5068 or
At the Shore
"It's Your Call"
It's Your Call With Lynn Doyle
will telecast four live shows this summer from the Music Pier in Ocean City spotlighting issues affecting teens and people in their 20s. The series begins Saturday with "Defining Your Image!" discussing self-esteem, body image, celebrity influence and fashion. Audience participation is welcome. 9 p.m. Future dates are June 19, July 17 and Aug. 14.
Jane Seymour art exhibit
Ocean Galleries welcomes back Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Jane Seymour for a Memorial Day exhibition. "The Art of Jane Seymour" exhibition in Stone Harbor is open to the public through tomorrow. Seymour will make personal appearances throughout the weekend. After the initial opening weekend, a limited amount of Seymour's watercolors and oil paintings will remain at Ocean Galleries through June 1. Ocean Galleries is at 9618 Third Ave., Stone Harbor. Free. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 609-264-8004.
Marie Natale opens her watercolor exhibit "Summer Sisters" today at the Chalfonte Hotel, 301 Howard St., Cape May. The exhibit depicts the nature and people of the Jersey Shore with its long tradition of creating summer families. This exhibit is about the business owners and their seasonal employees who return to shore communities every year to live, work and play together. There will be an opening reception today from 2 to 4 p.m. Natale's art will be in the Hotel's Magnolia Room until June 30. Free. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 609-884-8409 or