1. Shop. Tanger Outlets in Atlantic City is doing its part for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its “Shop Pink: Unite in the Fight” campaign. Purchase a $10 unlimited-use PINK Savings Card at the outlets and get 25 percent off at all participating stores. The proceeds from the PINK cards will go to a local breast cancer beneficiary. Go to TangerOutlet.com for info.
2. Drink. For a boozy way to support breast cancer research, head to Golden Nugget Atlantic City, where $1 from every Chopin Cosmopolitan sold ($10) will be donated to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. The drinks can be found at participating Golden Nugget restaurants. Go to GoldenNugget.com for info.
3. Party. Golden Nugget has yet another way to give back with its Haven promotion. Partiers can drink for a cause at the nightclub, with the purchase of a bottle of Chopin ($200). For every bottle sold, 10 percent of the money will be donated to Making Strides. Upcoming Haven entertainment includes DJ Skratchy on Thursday, Riggi & Piros on Friday and DJ R3HAB on Saturday. Go to HavenAC.com for more.
4. Laugh. Throughout October, anyone who visits the Atlantic City Comedy Club will be donating to the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation, as every ticket will include a $5 donation to the cause. Shows take place Mondays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. Go to AtlanticCityComedyClub.com for info.
Comedian Richie Redding is making a stop at the Atlantic City Comedy Club 8:30 p.m. Thursday…
5. Walk. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a walk hosted by the American Cancer Society to benefit breast cancer research. The powerful event begins with an opening ceremony at 9 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 15, where survivors and their supporters will gather to celebrate their shared efforts. At 10 a.m. the walk begins, and stick around afterward for some entertainment and festivities. Check in is at 8:30 a.m. at 9th Street and Boardwalk in Ocean City. Go to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Ocean City on Facebook for more information.
Ocean City Fall Block Party
The weather could not have been more perfect for the Ocean City Fall Block Party, which took place Saturday, Oct. 7, up and down Asbury Avenue. Food, craft and retail vendors lined the street while musicians performed here and there to entertain the crowds.