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From Bradley Beach Lobsterfest: Six bands, Live DJ and Emcee! 30 Food vendors and over 200 Craft vendors! Two Day Event! Huge Kids Area, 50,000 attendees over the 2 days. More information
From MAPLEWOOD ARTS & CULTURE : Join us for the 3rd annual Maplewood Porchfest – Sunday, September 1, 2019 (rain date Monday, September 2) in the Hilton neighborhood on Labor Day weekend! There will be 30 porches hosting 40+ performances from 1-5pm. Meet in front of the Community Center at DeHart Park at noon to participate in the family honk parade. See a map and schedule below. Visit www.maplewoodporchfest.com for updates or email email@example.com. Honk Parade: Meet at Noon at Dehart Center. Step-off is 12:30, following the pink line! There will be several streets closed to car traffic. These streets are open to all pedestrians and bicyclists. When streets are not closed, however, please be mindful and stay out of the streets. Map Address Performer Time — Description 1 30 Harding Mac ‘n’ She’s 1-2pm — Electric blues Parking by Sound (formerly The Kludge) 3-5pm — Rock all styles 2 172 Jacoby Chris Corbin (no rain date) 2-4pm — Sinatra favorites Budd Mishkin 4-5pm — Beatles & more 3 53 Menzel David Easton & Friends 3-4pm — Funk & jazz-infused rock 4 11 Field Rd. Tom TV 2-4pm — Rock covers & originals 5 11 Taranto Ct Marry the Sea 2-3pm — Folk rock Rebecca Turner & Friends 3-4pm — Folk/power pop 6 81 Burnett (on Franklin) […]
From Boonton Fire Department Labor Day Carnival and Parade: The Town of Boonton Fire Department is celebrating its 128th year. It will continue the tradition of sponsoring a Carnival and Parade throughout Labor Day Weekend. The four-day carnival at Boonton High School will start on Thursday, August 29th 6-11:59 p.m., with pay-one-price rides from Blue Sky Amusements for children and adults, food tents, and games. Admission will be free. Purchase a wristband for the rides one hour before the carnival opens and will continue to sell throughout the carnival weekend. Carnival hours Friday, Aug. 31, 6-11:59 p.m.; Saturday 1:30pm – 11:59pm and Sunday, 3-11:59 p.m. More information
From St. Bartholomew’s: Perhaps the best-kept secret in New Jersey is the traditional Annual Labor Day Italian Feast in Scotch Plains. Hosted by the Scotch Plains-Fanwood Chapter of UNICO, St. Bartholomew’s Church, and St. Bartholomew’s Academy, the festival has been an annual tradition honoring San Nicola di Bari, the patron saint of the town of Montazzoli, Italy, since 1974. The feast is truly a great family event and has something for everyone to enjoy. There is nightly live music, rides, games, and great food, including favorites like pizza, pasta, zeppoles, clams, mussels, and calzones. In addition, there are nightly 50/50 drawings and a super 50/50 raffle on Monday. More information
From RunSignUp: This is one of the best 5K races held in northern New Jersey and still only $25 if you pre-register ($20 for USATF members) with no extra fees for online registration. There is also a 1 mile fun run and health walk around Verona Park. The 5K race is a USATF-NJ grand prix event on a fast USATF certified course through the streets of Verona with the start on Lakeside Avenue and a scenic finish in Verona Park. This race is organized entirely by volunteers from Verona UNICO and the Essex Running Club with all proceeds going towards local charities and scholarships. More information
From Denville String Band: Large fun parade that begins at Main St and Tempe Wick Rd in Mendham and proceeds along Main St, turns right on Mountain Ave and ends at Borough Field. The weather may be hot but you’ll still have fun! More information
From JC Promotions Inc. and Borough of Riverdale, NJ: Celebrate Labor Day at Riverdale’s Annual Labor Day Street Fair where there is something for everyone! Come enjoy live music & entertainment, food court full of delicious food trucks & street food vendors, lots of great shopping from a wide array of street fair vendors including an arts & crafts section, plus loads of family fun. The JC Kids Zone will feature carnival games, mechanical kiddie rides, bouncy inflatables, pony rides, face painting and more. Take time out for a temporary tattoos or henna tattoo. Come hungry and enjoy fresh squeezed lemonade, Mammas American Food, Mister Softee soft ice cream, Athens Delite Greek food, Empanda Guy, Taste of Poland, Cheesesteak , Italian Steak & Peppers, homemade baked goods, Dani’s Kettle Corn, Coney Island Wood Fired Pizza, Jersey Pickles, Kona Ice, Baked With Jake, Who Cut The Cheese Lady grilled cheese, zeppoles, Cheff’s On Wheels tornado fries, T.O.P. Tea bubble tea. More information
From the South Plainfield Public Celebrations Committee: Our 62nd annual parade begins at 10am at the SP PAL building and make it’s way down Maple Ave and Plainfield Ave; ending at the Middle School. Immediately following the parade, please join us at the middle school festivities; for food, drinks, live music, and tons of vendors!! The fun-filled day ends with a an amazing fireworks display at dusk in Spring Lake Park. This year’s parade theme is “Veterans… Always Serving”. Celebrating Veterans that continue to give back to our community. More information
From FestivalNet: The 44th Annual Rutherford Labor Day Street Fair which historically attracts 25,000–30,000 attendees is now not only the oldest annual street fair in the Garden State but also be the largest one‑day street festival in the state. Enjoy food, crafts, and more. Days/Hours Open: Mon 10am‑5pm Admission: None More information
From Essex County Environmental Center: Monday, September 2 10am to 12pm OR 2pm to 4pm For adults and children ages 10 and older. Take a leisurely paddle on the Passaic River! Paddlers will enjoy scenery and peacefulness as they paddle up the river and float downstream. Geared for beginners and children 10 and up accompanied by a parent or guardian. Meet in the Garibaldi Hall parking lot. Advanced registration is required; call 973.228.8776. Fee: $15 per person More information
From Asbury Park Chamber of Commerce: The Annual Asbury Park Oysterfest is back and better than ever! What’s the perfect recipe for a cool weekend in hottest town at the Jersey Shore? Start with some of the best festival food around, add a dash of music, and a pinch of surprises and you have Asbury Park’s Oysterfest, a three-day culinary event you don’t want to miss. This year’s event will be held across the street from the iconic Convention Hall, in Bradley Park. Dogs are welcome and kids under 7 are free! Fun food, music, and activities for children of all ages. Friday night, ‘Asbury Park Open House Night’ features free entry. Saturday & Sunday a portion of the $3 weekend entry fee supports the Asbury Park Toy Drive! More information.
From Dress for Success Northern New Jersey: Please plan on joining Dress for Success Northern New Jersey – 10 Counties for our Designer Pocketbook Bingo event. Celebrate and empower women while you play, win fabulous prizes and have fun! Don’t miss out on designer handbags from Kate Spade, Prada, Gucci and SO MANY awesome prizes including airline tickets for 4 from Southwest Airlines, private wine class for 20, overnight hotel accommodations, Mongoose Mountain Bike. Tickets are selling fast. DON’T MISS OUT. More information
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