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September 01, 2010

September 1, 2010

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 September Events and Happenings
  • This Month's Featured Fine Dining Restaurant

Popular September Events and Happenings
September brings the end of summer and the end of the peak vacation season. It also is the beginning of the fall season and with it many fall outdoor events.

For those that enjoy the shore and can get away in September, the weather and water temperature, especially in the Southern Jersey shore is still warm. And best of all, the crowds are down, and the motel/hotelsare lower.

Here is a capsule of some of the popular events that are happening in September.


Jazz IT Up Festival|
September 4 & 5, 2010 (rain date Sept. 6) - Noon to 5:00 pm
Allaire State Park
Farmingdale, NJ
(609) 588-0085
Spend Labor Day weekend soaking up history, listening to great jazz and sipping New Jersey wine. Artisan vendors and crafters will be selling hand made products, wine related items and other quality goods. There will be kids activities including arts and crafts, face painting and games. Over 25 participating wineries.


Revelation Generation
September 4 & 5, 2010
Revelation Generation
2010 45 Fitzer Road
Frenchtown, NJ
908 483 2203
On 140+ acres of beautiful, rolling land in Hunterdon County, it's a music Fest with some of the world's top bands and speakers as well as special experiences such as tented stages, children's activities, extreme game demonstrations, food court, and much more! Music features many top performers including, Switchfoot, Underoath, Delirious, Flyleaf, MercyMe and Relient K.


The Hoboken Italian Festival
September 9-12, 2010
Sinatra Park
On the historic waterfront of Hoboken
201-216-0252
The Hoboken Italian Festival, the premier Italian-American festival in New Jersey is over 80 years old, and is derived from a festival in Italy that is over 600 years old. The highlight of the feast, aside from the staggering variety of food and entertainment, is the day long procession through the streets of Hoboken on Saturday, Sept. 11th. The procession runs through the streets of Hoboken. including a pain staking reenactment of the "Blessing of the Fleet" in the Hudson River, all culminating with a huge fireworks extravaganza over the park. 9:00 pm Saturday


Mummers Stringband
Saturday September 11, 2010
Olde New Jersey Avenue
North Wildwood
609.522.2955
Featuring the top 9 String bands from the 2010 New Years Day Philadelphia Mummers Parade.


Ocean City Boardwalk Airshow
Sunday, September 19, 2010, 1pm 3pm
Ocean City Air Show Ocean City Boardwalk
6th 14th Streets
609-525-9300
An awesome, 2 hour family airshow. . . Thrill to some of the best stunt pilots and aerobatic champions in the world plus military demonstrations.


Irish Fall Festival
September 23 -26, 2010
Olde New Jersey Avenue
North Wildwood, NJ
609-729-0075
One of the biggest Irish festivals in the country is held at the Jersey shore. The yearly celebration of Irish heritage is expected to draw as many as a quarter of a million people to the resort of the Wildwoods for the festival. The Four-day event celebrates Irish heritage with dancing, music, food, crafts, a piper competition, and a parade on Sunday. 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Daily. Free


Go Crabbing With The Kids - Its the peak time of the season
Crabbing is a very popular summer and fall activity along the bays and creeks on the Jersey Shore. Crabs can be caught from a rental row boat using a drop line or a scoop net along the bay dock pilings, or with a net and bait along the side of a creek. In NJ, in terms of numbers caught, recreational crabbing exceeds recreational fishing catches of bluefish, flounder, black sea bass and striped bass. Find the best spots for crabbing


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This Month's Featured Fine Dining Restaurant

SeaBlue Restaurant
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
1 Borgata Way
Atlantic City, NJ
609-317-8220
Michael Mina, the famed chef from San Francisco, created one of the best seafood restaurants in New Jersey.
Sea Blue Restaurant Review.


New Jersey Restaurant Reviews


For other top New Jersey Attractions & Things to do in September visit:

Top Things to do September

September Events


Note: Most of this information is provided by event sponsors as a free service to our viewers. Sometimes conditions require cancellations or changes of dates, times and location which are not reflected in the original schedule. Before planning a trip to visit one of the listed events, it is suggested that you call the event sponsor to confirm the event schedule or for additional information on the event.


 

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