The Strawberry Festival:
This age old event seems to become more and more popular each year. A day filled with a Parade, Music (7 Bands), Food, Games, Crafters, Contest, Pony Rides, K9 demos, a Silent Auction, Strawberries in many forms, traditional Moon Bounces, an Obstacle Course, Pony Rides in the Corral, Face Painting, a Coloring Contest, Dunk Booth, Soak –a – Scout, Sand Art, Bike Demo, K-9 Demo, Martial Arts Demo, Dance Demo, Games, Pizza, Pit Beef, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Snow Balls, Smoothies, Strawberry Baked Goods Contest, Strawberry Jam/Jelly Contest, THE BEER GARDEN, Decorated Bikes, Berriest Baby, and the Princess Contest.
Goshen Farm Preservation Society:
The primary purpose of the Goshen Farm Preservation Society is to safeguard and restore the Goshen Farm and its surrounding property for furture generations of residents of the Broadneck Peninsula and Anne Arundel County. The Society also intends to identify, protect and facilitate the study, preservation and communication of knowledge regarding other historically significant sites associated with the Goshen Farm.
For more information, please go to http://goshenfarm.org/
Cape Conservation Corps:
Cape Conservation Corps is committed to improving and preserving the health of the many natural areas in our community for the enjoyment of future generations as well as the abundant wildlife we are so fortunate to share our community with. We hope you will help us further our mission by donating your time, talent or financial resources to our efforts.
For more information, please go to http://capeconservationcorps.org/
Youth Sailing Club:
The Cape St. Claire’s Youth Sailing program is designed to teach the fundamentals of sailing,whether you are a beginner or an experienced sailor. Sailing is a recreational as well as a competitive sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. The purpose of the summer youth program is to provide a safe instructional environment for an enjoyable summer of learning how to sail. At the end of the summer, each junior sailor will receive a certificate of completion and a lifetime of friends and memories.
Yacht Club of Cape St. Claire:
The Yacht Club of Cape St. Claire (YCCSC) is a social, recreational club for residents and property owners in Cape St. Claire, Maryland who share an interest in boating activities. Our activities include events such as Friday night sailboat racing, raft-up rendezvous, cruising trips, on land picnics, swim parties, banquets and informational programs. The club also has a separate committee solely dedicated to youth sailing camps.
More information is available at: www.yccsc.org
The Garden Club was founded in 1975 and continues to provide gardening fun and fellowship to its many members. Meetings are the first Tuesday each month, running fall to spring and pausing for the summer months. At our meetings we enjoy a variety of speakers who come to talk about subjects like Foodscaping, Shade Gardening, Compost, Rain Gardens, and Improving the Soil. We also have two potluck dinners each year, and our annual plant sale each May. Meetings are open to all, and new members are always welcomed with great gusto — please join us!
Cape St. Claire Recreation Council
Welcome to CapeSports! Get your child to get out there and play in a competitive and learning environment. We offer Basketball, Cheerleading, Football, Rugby, Soccer, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.
Please visit for more information.
Girl Scouts of America
Cape St. Claire Swim Club
Come and play in the Cape Pool!
Please visit for more information on becoming a member. Registrations begin for the new swimming year, which starts on Memorial Day.
Cape St. Claire Elementary School PTO
The Cape St. Claire Parent Teacher Organization (CSC-PTO) is dedicated to supporting the education and well being of the children in attendance at the Cape St. Claire Elementary School, and also to supporting the efforts of their teachers and families. To that end the organization raises funds, organizes social events, sponsors enrichment programs and coordinates volunteer efforts.
For more information, please visit for more information.
Becoming a Cape Recognized Organization
If you would like to have your organizations offically recognized by the CSCIA, you may apply by filling out this application. Please browse the policy for becoming an officially recognized CSCIA organization here.
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