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Things To Do This Weekend In and Around New Jersey August 25

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By Jennifer AmatoPublished: August 24, 2023 August 25, 2023

Where did summer go? Just one more weekend until Labor Day weekend. Make it count at a sunflower festival, a jazz and blues fest, a craft fair, a crab night (and race) and more. Don’t forget to get $4 movie tickets on Sunday in honor of National Cinema Day. And August 29 is Kids Week on Broadway, which means you can get a free kid’s ticket if you pay for an adult.


Movie HouseParamus Park Mall, ParamusThursday – SaturdayMovie fans will love the 10 different rooms packed with games, virtual reality-inspired experiences, photo ops, “easter eggs” from movies and more. Snap photos in the Alice in Wonderland Illusion Room or the Under The Sea room; navigate through the Willy Wonka Infinity Tunnel, take a walk through munchkin land in the Wizard of Oz room, experience the magical Harry Potter-inspired room, or head over to the beach-themed room. There’s also a Movie in the Park Experience (with a real movie playing every night), and movie-themed games including interactive Movie House Trivia in a Blockbuster Room. You can take part in the Movie House Scavenger Hunt, too. This is the last weekend Movie House will be open.

Jump Into PicturesWest Windsor Arts, Princeton Jct.Thursday – SaturdayThe exhibition features illustrations geared toward kids 14 and under. You’ll see lots of children’s books that play a role in kids’ development.

Summer Restaurant WeekThroughout Burlington CountyThursday – SaturdayCheck the website for a list of participating restaurants that will be offering special menus, discounts and specials.

Disney 100: The ExhibitionThe Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PAThursday – SundayDisney fans will love this behind-the-scenes look at their favorite characters, movies and theme parks. Walk through 10 different galleries that will immerse you in sight, sound and touch. This is the final weekend the exhibit will be open.

Xtreme Xperience New Jersey Motorsports Park, MillvilleThursday – SundayYou can get behind the wheel and drive an exotic car, like a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche. No experience is necessary. Professional instructors will teach you how to drive the racing line.

Flower FestivalArrowhead Farmstead, ManalapanThursday – SundayAt the sister farm to Happy Day Farm, you can pick sunflowers, zinnias – and even watermelon! On Thursdays and Fridays, stay for sunset. There will be live music on the weekends, plus food trucks.

BotCon 2023American Dream, East RutherfordThursday – SundayThis convention is dedicated to fans of robots, toys, comics and collectibles, especially Transformers toys. The event includes a weekend of celebrity guests, panels, vendors and cosplay.

Do Portugal CircusStaten Island Mall, Staten Island, NYThursday – SundayThere will be lots of stunts like flying trapeze, motorcyclists in the Globe of Death, aerialists, dancers, jugglers and more.

Sea Isle City Food Truck FestivalKix McNutley’s, Sea Isle CityFriday – SaturdayCome down for food trucks, music, crafters and kids’ activities.

Cat Video FestPrinceton Garden Theatre, PrincetonFriday, Saturday and MondayCat lovers will spend 90 minutes laughing at a compilation of cat videos that come from submissions, animations, music videos and classic internet videos.

Civil War EncampmentWild West City, StanhopeFriday – SundayBailey’s Boys are setting up camp once again at Wild West City. They will be on the outskirts of town to answer any and all questions of the American Civil War.

Positive Vibe Tribe FestivalCamp Sacajawea, FarmingdaleFriday – SundayVisit for a day or camp on the grounds for the weekend. There will be live music, reiki, massage, drum, dance, nature workshops, healthy food, vendors and more.

RiverWinds Wine Down Summer Wine FestivalRiverWinds Community Center Great Lawn, West DeptfordSaturday – SundayAside from the wineries offering samples of their wine, there will be food vendors, crafters, artists, music and more for everyone; only adults 21+ can get a wristband to drink.

New Jersey African Restaurant Week FestivalMulberry Commons Park, NewarkSaturday – SundayThere will be food tastings by chefs from Africa, Caribbean and African-American cultures; a marketplace with local vendors; Afrobeats, soca, Kompa, Amapiano and R&B music; cultural performances and dancing; an art exhibit with live painting; and chef contests and cooking demos.

Simcoe’s Raid: Revolutionary War EncampmentEast Jersey Old Town Village, PiscatawaySaturday – SundayMeet the people who fought for King and Country during the Revolutionary War. Interact with soldiers, artillerymen, musicians and civilians. Learn what camp life was like and see a reenactment of Simcoe’s 1779 raid. The day will include music, children’s crafts, food trucks and more.

Food Truck RallyDorney Park, Allentown, PASaturday – SundayPark admission includes access to the food trucks but does not include anything you purchase from the food trucks; those items are available for purchase à la carte.

Star Wars-Themed Corn MazeDelaware River Railroad Excursions, PhillipsburgIt’s opening weekend! Ride the train to the beautiful century-old Snyder Farm. When you get off, choose to explore the Mandalorian Maze or dare to visit the Death Star, both Star Wars-themed mazes. In the Death Star you can also play FSI (Farm Scene Investigator). You can also go mining or have lunch in the picnic grove.

Hunterdon County 4H & Agricultural FairSouth County Park, 1207 Rte. 179, Ringoes (Lambertville)Through SundayVisit the cow barn, horse barn, sheep barn, and goat and pig barn. There will be a midway with food, vendors and amusements. Check out the 4-H robotics tent, dairy den, agri-puppet show, shooting sports, NJ beekeepers and antique tractors.


End of Summer PartyPlay Big Zone, MorganvilleEach ticket includes unlimited races, unlimited human foosball, one bumper car ride, one virtual reality ride, one entry to the laser maze and 80 arcade credits. There will be game challenges with prizes, plus face painting and a balloon artist.

Gimme Gimme DiscoThe Stone Pony, Asbury ParkA disco dance party inspired by ABBA will be joined by disco hits from the ’70s and ’80s from The Bee Gees, Donna Summer and Cher. Disco attire is encouraged.

Sunflowers and Summer Harvest FestivalAlstede Farms, ChesterWalk through the sunflower trail, listen to live music, sample wine and cider from Tomasello Winery, pick sunflowers and peaches, and grab some snacks (including peach ice cream) to eat at sunset.

Zydeco-A-Go-Go Burlington County Amphitheater, WestamptonZydeco-a-Go-Go is a Creole Zydeco and Cajun 2-steps combined with funky New Orleans rhythm & blues and vintage Louisiana Rock & Roll. There will be plenty of singing and dancing.

Crab NightNunzio by Chef Michael DeLone, CollingswoodCrab tomato sauce, known as Crab Gravy, is an Italian tradition. Chef DeLone pairs New Jersey Blue Crab and Jersey tomatoes with handmade spaghetti. The menu also includes a house salad and peach tiramisu.

The Broadwalk Kids TakeoverBetween Front and White Streets, Red BankFamilies with kids ages 2-8 are invited to “roll on over” for some end-of-summer fun. Bring your little ones with trikes, scooters, helmets and chalk. Stay for dinner with tons of outdoor dining options in the area and around town.


Bags & BitesBurke Park, SayrevilleA cornhole tournament with local police officers will be the key part of the day. There will be food, live music from Duckface Syndrome and DJ Mikey Gee, kids’ activities, raffles and a beer garden. Proceeds from the cornhole tournament benefit an 18-year-old Sayreville firefighter who was diagnosed with cancer.

Halal Food FestivalOakdene Avenue, TeaneckAUCC partners with The Halal Guide to bring a Halal Food Festival to New Jersey, packed with different halal food trucks, desserts and more.

Stronger TogetherGrove Street PATH Plaza and Newark Avenue, Jersey CityJersey City LGBTQ+ Pride Festival 2023 is considered “a movement” more than a festival. It focuses on the growth of the LGBTQ+ and allied communities.

Women’s Equality Day FestivalPaulsdale, Mt. LaurelThe community will come together for its annual celebration with a free festival featuring local vendors, breweries, food trucks, and activities for all ages.

Kosmic Nobodies KonventionCharleston Road, WillingboroThis is an event for healers, by healers, but everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a flattle rap battle, a podcast panel and different performances.

August Mushroom MeanderScherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, BernardsvilleAfter a talk and display about fungi fun facts, the group will walk the trails to look for the diverse groups of mushrooms and fungi.

Eric Church: The Outsiders Revival Tour Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, CamdenEric Church plays rock and roll-infused country tracks.

Big Snow Show DownBig Snow, American Dream, East RutherfordAbout 100 snowboarders will compete in a slopestyle event in the Men’s, Women’s and Kids categories. The course will have jumps and different terrains.

Morning WalkScherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, BernardsvilleNew Jersey Audubon is hosting a weekly morning walk so you can enjoy a quiet morning at the sanctuary, walking the trails with an NJ Audubon staff or Associate Naturalist. The walk is informal and informative: you’ll discover birds, trees, tracks, wildflowers, reptiles and amphibians along the way.

Nature Infused YogaScherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, BernardsvilleVirtual option as wellYoga teacher Kristin Mylecraine will show how yoga is a great way to relax, find inner connection, and increase flexibility and strength. Explore the connections between yoga and nature in this 75-minute class hosted by New Jersey Audubon.

Long Branch Jazz & Blues FestivalLong Branch Great Lawn & Promenade, Long BranchListen to eight hours of lovely jazz music along the beach. There will also be food trucks, crafters, vendors and kids’ activities.

Sloan Kettering Crab RaceBreakwater Beach Waterpark, Seaside HeightsToy plastic crabs will be released from Patriot’s Plunge into the Revolutionary River at Breakwater Beach in a race to benefit Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. You can purchase crabs at the admission windows at the Waterpark Entrance.

Butterfly ReleaseElmwood Cemetery, North BrunswickEvery year, friends and family come to the cemetery, which is a Monarch Waystation, and release butterflies in honor of their deceased loved ones. The butterflies start their migration to Mexico.

Tri the Wildwoods TriathlonNorth Wildwood BeachThis will be the 20th year you can race along Wildwoods’ beaches, streets and boardwalks. Depending on your skill level, choose from an Olympic division, Sprint race, or a Wild Child Triathlon for kids 4-14. Prizes will be awarded to the winners in each age group following the races.

Adult Nature Day CampNew Weis Center for Education, Arts & Recreation, RingwoodParents can have a day at camp like their kids! During this special program, adults can go on exploration adventures. You’ll take an evening hike to viewpoints along the private trails, explore the stream, hone your fire-making skills, gather around a campfire for hot dogs and s’mores, make a nature journal or craft, and more.

Summer of Love ’60s Music FestHaddon Avenue, Haddon Twp.Calling all hippies! Get your groove on during this live music festival. There will also be a beer garden, artisans, makers, food trucks, a kid zone and more.

Hello Kitty Cafe TruckWestfield Garden State Plaza, ParamusYou can’t miss the bright pink truck, which will be selling limited edition Hello Kitty collectibles like a cup plush, T-shirt, glass mug with sprinkle handle, lunchbox, lavender tee, canvas tote, rainbow Thermos, enamel pin sets, hand-decorated cookie sets, madeleine cookie sets, plush toys and giant chef cookies.

Galvin Cello QuartetMorris Museum, MorristownThe cello ensemble will bring together music from the classical world. Its members are from China, Brazil, South Korea and the United States. Kids 13 and up can join you as you sit on the Back Deck sipping on a drink during sunset.

1920s Speakeasy Party: The Blind TigerRed, White & Brew, AudubonGo back to the 1920s during this speakeasy party, where you’ll celebrate Drew Nugent’s birthday as well as the 100th anniversary of Red, White & Brew. There will be music by Drew Nugent and the Midnight, and the Ladybirds, plus a burlesque show.

Fiddlin’ on the FarmHowell Living History Farm, Hopewell Twp.The annual contest sponsored by the Hunterdon Folk Exchange is the largest and longest-running traditional fiddle contest in New Jersey. Listen and watch as fiddlers, guitarists, mandolinists and other musicians play on porches, under trees, and out on the lawn. Introduce your kids to traditional folk and bluegrass music. The day will also feature homemade food, ice cream, horse-drawn wagon rides, a children’s craft, and a closing performance featuring 30 fiddlers.

Caribbean FestivalRecreation Park, New BrunswickYou’ll be loving the island vibes with Caribbean foods, music and dance performances. There will be reggae, soca and calypso music. The jerk chicken tasting cookoff returns this year.

Gardens, Arts & Music FestivalDavidsons Mill Pond Park, North BrunswickThroughout the afternoon, Rutgers Master Gardeners and Environmental Stewards will offer advice will giving tours of the various teaching gardens and learning projects, such as the children’s garden, vegetable display garden and the butterfly house. Join the “Greatest of the Garden” competition by bringing the homegrown produce you are most proud of. There will also be live music and local art displays.

Gospel Solo ConcertRiverview Beach Park Gazebo, PennsvilleJohn Keith Davis is a Gospel folk singer and songwriter who has been performing for three decades. He’ll be sharing his talents at this free outdoor concert in the park.

Vivar, Amar y Pintar Arts FestivalChestnut Street, DoverThe public will get to see the unveiling of a 5,000-square-foot mural in the center of town. Meet various painters, sculptors and other artists. There will also be vendors, live music and food trucks.


Back to School PartyWicoff House Museum, PlainsboroBefore school starts up again, let the kids have some fun with crafts, games, scavenger hunts, prizes, snacks and more.

Music at MidvaleThe New Weis Center for Education, Arts & Recreation, RingwoodEveryone will gather outside near the old farmhouse for an afternoon of acoustic music (originals and covers) in a variety of genres. Seating is available at picnic tables, or bring a folding chair if you prefer. You can decide to perform, or just sit back, relax and listen to the performers.

Broadway at the Village Olde Stone House Historic Village, SewellBroadway musicians Jennifer Lohr, Patty Noble, and Ryan Fielding Garrett bring the sound of Broadway to South Jersey. The concert called I Will Never Leave You includes songs from Sideshow, A Chorus Line, Wizard of Oz, The Greatest Showman, A Grand Night for Singing, Guys and Dolls, and more. After the concert, which is open all ages, join the reception with the artists and a free tour of the historic village.

Flood TheaterOradell Train Station, OradellThe installation of “Flood Theater” explores the devastating impact of floods along the Hackensack River in Oradell, New Milford and nearby towns, while also raising awareness about climate change. Anyone who comes by will create word collages and take part directly in the creation of the artwork. An artist will also paint live on a rain barrel. Info will be provided on how you can limit flooding.

Nerd FestHoliday Inn, SwedesboroDress up as your favorite superhero, villian or cosmic character for the cosplay contest. Professional photogs will be on hand to take your pic. Then, walk around the room to meet the special guests, artists, cosplayers, writers, creators, vendors and gamers.

IndoAmerican FestivalRecreation Park, New BrunswickAs part of the Hub City Sounds series, you can come to the park for treats, music and dance performances inspired by the culture and traditions of northern and southern India, educational dance and theater presentations, Zumba Bollywood, and a visual arts workshop.

Food Truck Fest on the AveDowntown VinelandTwenty-five trucks will sell food like ice cream, lobster, Mexican and healthy choices. There will also be live music and lots for the kids to do.

End of Summer Ice Cream SocialSoulmate Cafe, RingwoodThis event is especially designed to support members of the special needs community. It is held in partnership with Memorable Moments, LLC. Bring your friends and family for free ice cream, but make sure you RSVP first.

Sunday is National Cinema Day, which means you can get $4 movie tickets at select theaters!


Festival of SunflowersDalton Farms, SwedesboroAugust 24 – October 8The golden fields include not only sunflowers but also dahlias this year. The farm is open every day, but there will also be Oktoberfest and the Two Bridges wine trail announced later in the season.

Farm-to-Table Apple Pancake BreakfastAlstede Farms, ChesterFridays, August 25 and Sunday, September 3Board your family on the wagon and take a ride around the farm, where you will be dropped off for a breakfast complete with homemade pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, breakfast potatoes, homemade apple pancake topping, coffee and drinks. Following breakfast, you can continue your day on the farm picking apples or vegetables in the PYO fields.

Ode to New Jersey Opening ReceptionWest Windsor Arts, Princeton JunctionAugust 29 – October 28Celebrate New Jersey, known as The Garden State, the Diner Capital of the World and the Crossroads of the American Revolution. Our state is famous for the Jersey tomato, cranberry bogs and growing blueberries (the state’s official fruit). An opening night reception is planned for September 8.

CinderellaSurflight Theatre, Beach HavenAugust 30 and 31; and September 1, 2 and 3This performance will be specially tailored to kids ages 3-10.

Sand Sculptures in The VillagePeddler’s Village, New Hope, PAThrough August 31Celebrate summer vibes with six larger-than-life sand sculptures that celebrate your and your kid’s favorite stories from the Brothers Grimm fairy tales, Peter Pan, The Jungle Book, Winnie-the-Pooh, Mother Goose stories and Alice in Wonderland.

Yoga By the BayOld Bridge Waterfront Park, Cliffwood BeachSundays and Tuesdays, through SeptemberBring a mat or towel because these one-hour yoga classes will be held on the grass overlooking the water.

Downtown After SundownSpiotta Park, South OrangeSaturdays, through September 2Each week there will be a different musical style represented, such as Flamenco, New Orleans brass, jump blues, vintage rock, pop rock, country, R&B, pop, funk, blues, jazz and cover bands.

Beach YogaOcean Place Resort and Spa, Long BranchFridays, Saturdays and Sundays, through September 3Put on sunscreen, wear a hat and bring lots of water, because these one-hour hatha vinyasa classes are on the beach along the Atlantic.

Boardwalk Craft ShowRio Grande Avenue Boardwalk, WildwoodSelect weekends, through September 3As you stroll down the boardwalk, check out the artisans, handmade craft items, boutique items, gifts and more. The dates are May 27 and 28, June 17 and 18, July 1, 2 and 3, July 15 and 16, August 12 and 13, August 19 and 20, and September 2 and 3.

Statue at Sunset CruisePier 16, New York, NYEvery day, through September 3Bring your kids or date on board a small, intimate Circle Line vessel, where you’ll sail along the East River for an hour during sunset, passing by NYC landmarks such as the Statute of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. There will be a photo stop at Lady Liberty.

Identity & Restraint: Art of the Dog CollarAKC Museum of the Dog, New YorkThrough September 4This unique exhibit presents an array of dog collars from the National Sporting Library & Museum. Fine art from the AKC Museum of the Dog and American Kennel Club Collections will help develop an understanding of the collar as both art and object and how its design changed about different dog breeds and their uses.

Thomas and Friends Explore the RailsLiberty Science Center, Jersey CityThrough September 4Kids can learn, play and solve problems while finding themselves in locations from the beloved TV series. Younger kids can practice counting objects, comparing sizes and learning colors. Older kids can practice their math skills, learn basic engineering concepts, discover science ideas through play, and see how technology works to keep engines running.

Wind Therapy Wellness SailsWilbur’s Marina, Forked River (Lacey Twp.)Select dates, through SeptemberThere are many options aboard the Wind Therapy sailboat: sunrise sails, sunset sails, full-day sails, teen camps, teen wellness and a full moon retreat. You take a gentle sail along the Barnegat Bay and then dock for meditation, crystal bowl singing and a quick chair massage.

Gaming FestSix Flags Great Adventure, JacksonThrough September 4Once you get to the theme park, use the app to reserve your spot and get ready to play in one of the Custom Gaming Houses. You’ll feel like you’re playing like the pros.

The Bridges of Madison CountyBucks County Playhouse, New Hope, PAThrough September 10The Tony-Winning musical is a love story where an Italian woman marries an American soldier so she can flee the war in Italy, but then meets a National Geographic photographer who changes her life.

Ocean XperienceLiberty Science Center, Jersey CityThrough September 15 (LSC is closed on Mondays)You’ll become an “Xplorer” as you pilot the OceanXplorer, the most advanced research ship in the world. Deploy its research vehicle, conduct a guided mission, study orca groups and then watch OceanX footage of the ocean.

Members’ Juried ExhibitionCenter for Contemporary Art, BedminsterThrough September 15Take your time viewing 75 works of art in painting, printmaking, charcoal, ink, graphite, pastel, fiber, photography, mixed media, ceramics and more.

Liu Shiming Life Gives Beauty FormMason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, New BrunswickThrough September 22The exhibition will feature more than 80 sculptures made over the Chinese artist’s 60-year career, including 27 works that are being exhibited for the first time in the United States. The exhibition has an emphasis on popular fairy tales, family life and animals, with a Family Guide created by Mason Gross Galleries to help spark conversations around the pieces so that everyone can attend. There is also an interactive clay room set up inside the galleries where guests can try their hand at sculpting in Shiming’s style.

Rise of the New Jersey DinerHannah Memorial Garden at Paterson Museum, PatersonThrough September 23The newest exhibit, “Order’s Up!” Paterson and the Rise of the New Jersey Diner acknowledge what we already know: that New Jersey is the “Diner Capital of the World.” Learn how Paterson played a role in this statewide phenomenon.

Bonfires on the BeachAsbury ParkThrough September 29On Fridays in May and June, Wednesdays in July and August, and Fridays again in September, you can visit one of several beaches in Asbury for a family bonfire. Bring your chairs, blankets and s’more-making items.

Cowtown Pro-RodeoCowtown Rodeo, PilesgroveSaturdays, through September 30There will be tons of bull riding fun, including steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, barrel racing, tie-down roping and team roping.

Quest Middlesex CountyThroughout Middlesex CountyThrough October 11Solve riddles and take photos from 25 different spots throughout the county. Prizes will be awarded.

Harry Potter: The Exhibition50 West 34th Street, New York, NYThrough October 15This immersive exhibit is dedicated to all things Harry Potter. The exhibition features the iconic moments, characters, settings and beasts seen in the films and stories of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and also includes the costumes, props and imagery from the Broadway production Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. You can choose a Patronus, cast a spell, test their Quidditch skills, and brew potions while you’re there.

Little Falls Farmers MarketLittle FallsSundays, through October 29Soupeteer, Doughboy On The Rise, Jersey Pickles, High Mountain Foods, Pastabalities, Rosie’s Empanadas, Jersey Spirits, Seven Tribesmen and Cousins Main Lobster are just some of the returning vendors for the season. Live music will be from Your Mom’s Hot and new this year will be live jazz music from Hunter Hays – plus DJ Allstar Spotlight.

Mountain Creek Resort Bike ParkMountain Creek Resort, Vernon Twp.Through October 29The bike park at Mountain Creek has 52 downhill trails that challenge everyone from first-time bikers to downhill professional racers. Zip tours feature a series of ziplines ranging from 200 feet to 1,500 feet in length.

Grow Little GardnerVeblen House Lawn, PrincetonFridays, through November 3Certified Master Gardener and local mom Mathilde Burlion will teach a weekly youth gardening class in Herrontown Woods. In these sessions, kids ages 6-12 will learn and grow by exploring the woods and interacting with nature.

Duke Farms MarketDuke Farms, HillsboroughSundays, through November 12The best farms and artisan vendors from the Raritan Watershed region will offer items for all your grocery needs.

T-Rex TakeoverField Station: Dinosaurs, LeoniaSelect days, through November 12The park will be home to more than 30 larger-than-life-sized dinosaurs and includes the Jurassic Jump attraction, activities like dino trivia or feeding a T-Rex, time to speak with actual paleontologists and a scavenger hunt.

Aerial Adventure Park Night ClimbGreat Gorge Golf Club, VernonSelect dates, through November 18Night climbs give you three hours of access to the 10 original aerial obstacle courses, plus the new zipline course, The Black Creek Flyer. You can spend the night climbing, zipping, scrambling and scampering through the trees. Stop for something to eat or sit by the fire to relax before heading up again.

Food Truck Festival SeasonLaurita Winery, New EgyptSelect Saturdays and Sundays, through November 19Each weekend will have a different theme with food trucks to match, plus have a glass of wine or two. There will be family activities, too.

Hopatcong Sunday Market & Craft FairPark & Ride, HopatcongSundays, through November 26Each week, bring the kids and shop from a variety of food, produce and craft vendors.

August 29 is Kids Week on Broadway; you can get a free kid’s ticket if you pay for an adult. Check which shows still have tickets available.

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