Father’s day happened this past weekend, and the Garden State was ready to party! Let’s check out our #weekendrecap
First off, the Tri-County Fair offered a ton of fun for the entire family, taking place from June 13 to June 16. The Rockaway-based fair included carnival attractions, rides, games, live music, fireworks, and more, all at Morris County’s Christ Church. Treats such as Coldstone Ice Cream, zeppoles, and fried Oreo’s made the event a satisfying time for those with a sweet tooth and rides like the Sky Hawk excited the daredevils. Local bands displayed their talent and America’s Got Talent illusionist Jay Mattioli showed us what he could do!
The annual JEEP invasion took the beach by storm this weekend! This sandy bash took place just off the Wildwood boardwalk and was a featured all sorts of Jeep activities, such as an obstacle course. There was even an opportunity to show off your Jeep to professional car judges and a raffle to keep things exciting!
Inspired by the Whitechapel District of London, the Long Branch Bazaar brought art to life. Local makers of food, drink, jewelry, music, photography, and much more had the opportunity to sell their product at the two day event. Ideas were shared and laughs were had as homemade items were sold.
The annual Raritan Native American Heritage Pow Wow took place in East Brunswick the later half of this past weekend. This family friendly event celebrated Native Americans with dancers, singers, and artists from across the Americas. Food and drink was had as stereotypes were broken through education.
Last but not least, the New Jersey Beer and Food Festival took place at the Crystal Springs Resort. On Saturday, the huge event included the tasting of over 200 beers, live music from Lima Bean Riot, and activities like axe throwing. Guests also took to the green for an eighteen hole contest and the chance to meet EPSN’s Chris Canty.