Feb 25: New Year’s Day 2013 might be a long way off, but this show by the Philadelphia Mummers is just around the corner. Boardwalk Hall will be a sea of glitter and sequins as the Mummers’ Show of Shows sashays its way back to Atlantic City.
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Feb 25: New Year’s Day 2013 might be a long way off, but this show by the Philadelphia Mummers is just around the corner. Boardwalk Hall will be a sea of glitter and sequins as the Mummers’ Show of Shows sashays its way back to Atlantic City. Family group rates are available. 2 pm; $21-$35. 2301 Boardwalk, Atlantic City (800-736-1420; boardwalkhall.com).
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