November 1, 2009
Welcome to The New Jersey Leisure Guide Times!
In this newsletter we'll bring you a capsule of popular upcoming leisure events and information about New Jersey.
This Edition's Contents...
- Popular November Events and Happenings
- This Month's Featured Fine Dining Restaurant
Popular November Events and Happenings
November traditionally is the start of the holiday season highlighted by Thanksgiving Day and the start of holiday shopping and with many towns lighting up their streets holiday lighting ceremonies.
Our newsletter this month will join in and feature many of the most popular November events taking place in New Jersey.
Cape May Jazz Festival
November 6-9, 2009
The Theatre at Lower Regional High School
The 32nd Cape May Jazz Festival will pay tribute to Count Basie opening with the Count Basie Orchestra, at 8pm, Non 6th.
Thanksgiving in the Country - House Tour
Saturday Nov 7 & Sunday Nov 8, 2009
Sergeantsville, NJ 08557
The homes displayed on the Tour are nestled in a region of elegantly restored colonial homes, quaint shops and working farm. Some date from the 18th & 19th century. It is a two day event and includes house tours, a luncheon, crafting demonstrations and a complimentary tea.
Atlantic City Recreational Vehicle and Camping Show
November 13 - 15, 2009
Atlantic City Convention Center
One Convention Blvd.
More Than 350 RVs! Begin planning your camping vacations for the next season at the 16th Annual Fall Atlantic City RV Show. See the latest RVs or just learn about the joys of travel in a recreational vehicle
Celebrate An 1836 Thanksgiving
Sunday November 22, 2009, 12pm – 3pm
4265 Atlantic Ave
Celebrate an authentic Thanksgiving Service at the Village Chapel, Christ Episcopal Church, where the Rite Reverend Thomas Tanser, Howell Works Company minister of 1836, will deliver his Harvest Sermon. Visitors are then invited to wander the streets of the Historic Village and enjoy the autumn foliage as they make their way to the home of the Howell Works Company See a traditional Thanksgiving Feast being prepared over the open hearth. The delicious aroma of turkey, roasting in a tin reflector oven, fills the kitchen as period clad Historic Interpreters demonstrate the arts of 19th Century cooking while preparing such Thanksgiving favorites as apple and pumpkin pies, vegetable dishes, and an varied array of side dishes.
Red Bank Holiday Express Concert & Town Tree Lighting Ceremony
Nov 27, 2009, 7 PM
Broad & Monmouth Streets
Red Bank, NJ
Join in the celebration with contemporary and traditional Christmas music with the Holiday Express in Rock 'n' Roll in concert and see the lighting of Red Bank's decorations and Christmas tree. Featuring entertainment by the Holiday Express. FREE.
Pier Village Holiday Spectacular
November 28, 2009
(866) 384-PIER (7437)
Featuring a menorah lighting ceremony, tree lighting, Santa strolling Pier Village, and free carriage rides.
This Month's Featured Fine Dining Restaurant
This historic restaurant circa 1743, located in the heart of the Historical Community of Clinton, serves up traditional American food in a rustic country setting.
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