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MULTIPLE DAYS

 

 

Exit Zero Jazz Festival
April 19th-21st  Cape May Convention Hall, 714 Beach Ave, Cape May
“Headlining the Spring Festival is Branford Marsalis with his Quartet. Branford to thrill audiences around the world while racking up achievements across diverse musical platforms, even after four decades in the international spotlight. From his initial recognition as a young jazz lion, he has expanded his vision as an instrumentalist, composer, bandleader and educator, crossing stylistic boundaries while maintaining an unwavering creative integrity. In the process, he has become an avatar of contemporary artistic excellence winning three Grammy Awards, a Tony nomination for his work as a composer on Broadway, a citation by the National Endowment for the Arts as Jazz Master and a 2021 Primetime EMMY nomination for the score he composed for the Tulsa Burning documentary. Also appearing on the Cape May Convention Hall Main Stage is the 2024 Artist in Residence, Camille Thurman, the Joey Alexander Quartet, Dayramir Gonzalez, the Christian Sands Quartet, Matthew Whitaker and more. A full music schedule also occurs in the Cape May bars and restaurants. The joy of the Exit Zero Jazz Festival is in the discovery of incredible musicians and music you may never have know existed. You might find yourself one minute second-lining to a New Orleans brass band through the streets of Cape May, and, in the next, snaking through town behind a 22-piece Brazilian drum bloco. See the link above to purchase tickets in advance. There are no ticket service fees applied to walk-up sales. All sales are final.”

 

Murder on the Nile
April 5th – 21st , Ritz Theatre, 915 White Horse Pike, Haddon Township
“Kay Ridgeway has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile, but fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a brutal murder. Under scrutiny are a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia builds, as a shocking conspiracy is laid bare.”

Rowan Opera Company presents The Yeomen of the Guard
5th, 6th and 7th, Ritz Theatre, 915 White Horse Pike, Haddon Township
“This ensemble performs a fully staged opera each spring accompanied by our Rowan Opera Orchestra. The fall semester offers a evening of staged opera scenes featuring members of the ensemble. Any student can participate in the opera chorus without audition, however some prior choral experience is recommended. The undergraduate students who wish to continue performing on the stage can gain valuable experience singing voice appropriate roles. Graduate students are featured in solo roles to advance their preparation for the solo vocal career. Solo roles are cast by audition at the beginning of each semester. Opera has a long tradition at Rowan and the quality of the productions has received numerous accolades.

For assistance please email performingarts@rowan.edu.

Rowan Students: contact the Box Office to reserve your FREE ticket today!”
 

Negro Baseball League Exhibit
February 1st – May 20th, Camden County College – William G. Rohrer Center, 1889 Marlton Pike East, Cherry Hill
“The A League Apart exhibition showcases the importance of breaking barriers through the stories of the Philadelphia Negro Leagues and their ongoing legacy. Using photos, artifacts and stories from the past, A League Apart focuses on the players who stepped up to the plate to change the biases and traditions of baseball.”

 

FRIDAY APRIL 19th

 

Spring Happy Hour
4:00-7:00pm, Bellview Winery, 150 Atlantic St, Landisville
“Why limit happy to only one hour? For the months of April and May we will be offering Happy Hour Specials between 4pm-7pm every Friday evening. 
Bring out your friends and family for a glass of wine and Happy Hour platters that we will have on special from 4-7pm. With the warmer weather approaching, we welcome you to enjoy one of our picnic tables on our lawn or on our covered patio overlooking the vines. We also offer indoor seating in our veranda, and in our tasting room.

Specials Between 4pm-7pm
-$2 off all glasses of wine
-$7 Wine Flights
-Specialty $5 Mini Platters which include Chips & Salsa, Cheddar & Chocolate, Pita and Hummus and more!”

 

 

 

SATURDAY APRIL 20th

Indian Acres Farm Mall
8:00am-2:00pm, Indian Acres Tree Farm, 111 Tuckerton Rd, Medford
“The Farm Mall is an outdoor vendor event we host every spring at the farm. Typically this event gets 80-110 Vendors signed up to sell their goods and services for each date. A fun time for the whole family! Crafters. Live music. Free playground area. Vendors. Grilled food and apple cider donuts for sale.”

Cherry Blossom Festival
8:00am-5:00pm, Brigantine beach, 1400 Ocean Ave, Brigantine
“Get ready to embrace the beauty of spring with the Cherry Blossom Weekend! This themed week is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the spirit of spring!”

 

Collingswood Green Day Event
9:00am-2:00pm, Downtown Collingswood, Collingswood
“Join us for the annual green resources event. Whether you are an eco-friendly expert or just getting started on your own green initiatives, the Collingswood Green Day provides opportunities and resources to support you on your journey to sustainable living.”

 

Pitman Earth Day 2024
10:00am-12:00pm, 600 W Holly Ave, Pitman
“Celebrate nature at Pitman’s annual Earth Day celebration!
*Crafts
*Giveaways
*Free plants
*Hands on Citizen Science hosted by Rowan University
Located In Pitman, NJ at Hollywood Dell Park.”

Shadfest
11:00am-5:00pm, 18 York St, Lambertville
“Shadfest™ in Lambertville brings together art, fish, food and fun April 20-21, 2024. The festival runs from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., both days. Enjoy two-days, filled with hand-crafted art, jewelry, home goods, a variety of delectable food, a beer garden, live music and fun for the whole family! Visit the Home and Garden section for a carefully curated selection of goods for your home and garden. Local’s Lane is a quaint area filled with treasures made by Lambertville area artists. What is Shad? Each spring the Delaware River in Lambertville, NJ is home to returning Shad making their way back from the Atlantic Ocean to spawn before returning to the ocean. Local residents can be found fishing for Shad on Lewis Island, the only Shad fishery left on the Delaware River. Steve Meserve will be hosting a Shad Fishing demonstration starting at 1 p.m. each day, weather permitting.
Visit the website for a live, interactive map of the areas to check out. The festival is also bike friendly. A free bike parking area will can hold up to 200 bikes and will be monitored by a Bike Lambertville volunteer so bikes will be safe and secure during Shadfest™. The location will be behind the Justice Center on S. Union. There is also public bike parking along the Canal Towpath that folks can use though it’s not monitored.”

 

Renaissance Faire
11:00am-5:00pm, Historic Smithville Park & Smith’s Woods, 803 Smithville Road, Mt Holly
“Join the players of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire and travel back to the days of yore and merry olde England as the historic village of Smithville is transformed into the Shire of Smithville in the heart of the English Renaissance. The good Duke of Northumberland has decreed merriment for all. Fun for the whole family including comedy, tragedy, sword fighting, dance, song, knights, jesters and so much more. Also stroll amongst the wares of the local vendors and traveling merchants sporting historical gifts and finely crafted items. Visit the website of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire at http://www.njrenfaire.com/ and feel free to send us a message via ye olde email at info@njrenfaire.com”

 

Spring has Sprung at Hawk Haven Winery
12:00-6:00pm, Hawk Haven Vineyard & Winery, 600 S. Railroad Ave, Rio Grande
“Welcome the arrival of Spring with fresh air, Live Music, mouthwatering Food Truck fare and Wine & Macaron pairings! Join us for a relaxing afternoon in the vineyard as we bid farewell to winter and embrace the vibrant colors and flavors of the season. Live Music 1-4pm. Food Truck 12-6pm. *No reservations needed for groups of 6 or less people. *Groups of 7 or more people please email hello@hawkhavenvineyard.com to request a reservation. * Wine and Macaron Pairings are available a la carte with table seating – no reservations available. * Guided Wine Tastings available all day in the Tasting Room – standard reservation policy applies”

 

Fur Baby Fest 2024 at Burlington County Fairgrounds
12:00-7:00pm, Burlington County Fairgrounds, 1900 Jacksonville Jobstown Rd, Columbus
“Wake the kids, alert the neighbors, and leash up your furry friends, because the inaugural Fur Baby Food and Music Fest is happening. Enjoy 15+ food vendors, live music, face painting, a pet costume contest, a doggy agility course, and more.

In collaboration with the Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter, the mission is to find forever homes for some incredible dogs, cats, and other small animals. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and, most importantly, your appetite. Buy your Fastpass tickets in advance to save a little money and skip the long line to get in! Benefiting a Pawsome Cause: Portions of all proceeds and alcohol sales directly benefit Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter.”

 

Moonlight Walk at Whitesbog Preservation Trust
7:00-9:00pm, Whitesbog Preservation Trust, 120 W. Whitesbog Rd, Browns Mills
“Come explore the village and bogs by moonlight, this special opportunity is scheduled on or as close to the full moon as possible. An experienced guide will share insights about Whitesbog and the nature that surrounds us. Moonlight Hike meets at the General Store, no reservations are needed. They recommend you arrive a bit early to ensure you meet the group and have time to check-in. Trails can be very bumpy, sandy and it will be dark! You are responsible for your won safety. They recommend bug spray, sturdy shoes, a flashlight to check for potholes in the path and water.”

 

A Serenade to Camden County – String Band Parade
1:00-3:00pm, 51 Haddon Ave Haddon Township
“The beloved String Band Parade Down Haddon Ave: A Serenade to Camden County will return to Haddonfield and Haddon Township on Saturday, April 20. This event promises to join together residents from across Camden County for a day of live music, fun, food, games, and exciting surprises. 
Starting at 1 p.m., Fifteen string bands will begin their march, serenading parade goers from Euclid Avenue in Haddonfield, down Haddon Avenue, and concluding their route at Haddon Square in Haddon Township. After the performances, parade-goers can enjoy a wide selection of food and drinks from regional restaurants and vendors as well as fun activities for the whole family. For more information and updates regarding the String Band Parade Down Haddon Ave: A Serenade to Camden County, please visit shophaddon.com/event/a-serenade-to-camden-county-string-band-parade.”

 

Hollywood Nights – The Bob Seger Experience
8:00-10:00pm, The Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N. High Street, Millville
“Hollywood Nights – The Bob Seger Experience is the ultimate tribute to Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band. They are a 9-piece band based in New Jersey who continues to strive to recreate everything about Bob Seger and his music down to the core. They pride themselves on carrying on the legacy of Bob Seger’s unforgettable high-energy shows, roaring raspy vocals, and the groundwork Bob has laid over the past 30 years. Hollywood Nights shares the belief that only Bob and his fans have come to know, learn, and love: Represent the voice of every fan, his or her values, working-class background, and the love of rock ‘n’ roll. If you are a true fan of Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, you won’t want to miss Hollywood Nights!”

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SUNDAY APRIL 21st

Adventure Aquarium | Sensory Sundays
9:30-10:30am, Adventure Aquarium, 1 Riverside Dr., Camden
“Adventure Aquarium will host a sensory-inclusive hour aimed at guests with autism and other sensory sensitivities on the third Sunday of every month, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. 
During the Sensory Sunday hour, the Aquarium will lower the music, soften the lights, and reduce the crowds, all in an effort to create the most enjoyable experience for guests with sensory needs and their families, for whom a typical trip to the Aquarium can be much more challenging. Adventure Aquarium also offers a limited number of sensory bags to rent for any guests who may begin to feel overwhelmed during their visit. Sensory bags can be signed out at the Aquarium’s Info Desk and are equipped with noise-canceling headphones, fidget tools, and verbal cue cards.”

Shadfest
11:00am-5:00pm, 18 York St, Lambertville
“Shadfest™ in Lambertville brings together art, fish, food and fun April 20-21, 2024. The festival runs from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., both days. Enjoy two-days, filled with hand-crafted art, jewelry, home goods, a variety of delectable food, a beer garden, live music and fun for the whole family! Visit the Home and Garden section for a carefully curated selection of goods for your home and garden. Local’s Lane is a quaint area filled with treasures made by Lambertville area artists. What is Shad? Each spring the Delaware River in Lambertville, NJ is home to returning Shad making their way back from the Atlantic Ocean to spawn before returning to the ocean. Local residents can be found fishing for Shad on Lewis Island, the only Shad fishery left on the Delaware River. Steve Meserve will be hosting a Shad Fishing demonstration starting at 1 p.m. each day, weather permitting. Visit the website for a live, interactive map of the areas to check out. The festival is also bike friendly. A free bike parking area will can hold up to 200 bikes and will be monitored by a Bike Lambertville volunteer so bikes will be safe and secure during Shadfest™. The location will be behind the Justice Center on S. Union. There is also public bike parking along the Canal Towpath that folks can use though it’s not monitored.”

 

Renaissance Faire
11:00am-5:00pm, Historic Smithville Park & Smith’s Woods, 803 Smithville Road, Mt Holly
“Join the players of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire and travel back to the days of yore and merry olde England as the historic village of Smithville is transformed into the Shire of Smithville in the heart of the English Renaissance. The good Duke of Northumberland has decreed merriment for all. Fun for the whole family including comedy, tragedy, sword fighting, dance, song, knights, jesters and so much more. Also stroll amongst the wares of the local vendors and traveling merchants sporting historical gifts and finely crafted items. Visit the website of the New Jersey Renaissance Faire at http://www.njrenfaire.com/ and feel free to send us a message via ye olde email at info@njrenfaire.com”

Crystal Grid Class
11:00am-1:00pm, 102 Browning Lane Building B, Suite B2 Cherry Hill
“Immerse yourself in the mystical world of crystals and learn how to create powerful grids for manifestation and healing. During this in-person event, you'll discover the ancient art of arranging crystals in precise patterns to amplify their energies. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the process, teaching you about the unique properties of various crystals and how to select the right ones for your intentions. 
Our venue provides a serene and welcoming atmosphere for you to delve into this transformative practice. Whether you're a beginner or a crystal enthusiast, this class offers valuable insights and hands-on experience. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, expand your knowledge, and tap into the incredible potential of crystal grids. Reserve your spot now and embark on a journey of spiritual growth and self-discovery! After a guided meditation we will set our intentions for what we desire our crystal grid to assist us with.

All materials will be provided, but if you have specific crystals that you would like to use, please feel free to bring them along.”

 

Earth Fair
11:00am-4:00pm, Historic Smithville Park, 803 Smithville Rd, Mount Holly
“Learn to care for nature, plants, the land, and yourself, and, be educated as you are entertained by musicians, storytellers, presenters and artists. Historic Smithville Park will once again be transformed into a sanctuary of recycling, gardening, health, and wellness for Earth Fair 2024. 
This event is all about recycling and reusing in the home and in the garden. You can drop off your plastic flowerpots on your way into the event. Have too many plants at your house? Bring some healthy plants to share in our Plant Swap tent and take home something new. In our Recycling & Clean Communities Tent you can view our new “Recycling Center Virtual Tour” video. Activities:
Wheelie Good Smoothies – Have you ever wanted to power a household appliance by riding a bike? Here’s your chance to pedal your way to a refreshing beverage! Live Music -  April, Mae and the June Bugs, Mike Montrey Band, E Boro Bandits, Presentations & Demos, Pat Sutton – “The Unfolding of Pat Sutton’s 44-year-old Wildlife Garden.
Cedar Run Wildlife / 
Hodgins Harvest – Mushroom Growing / Pierre Lacombe – Geology and Hydrogeology of Burlington County / Burlington County Soil Conservation District-Soil Tunnel / Artisan Marketplace featuring upcycled and recycled goods
Pop-Up Nature Center / Plant Swap / Plastic Flowerpot drop-off / Small e-waste drop-off / Kid’s Activities / Storytelling by Queen Nur / Recycle Olympics / Burlington County Mobile Library / Sustainable Living Tent / Recycling & Clean Communities Tent / Food Trucks / Beer Garden."

Spring Festival and Earth Day
12:00-4:00pm, Red Bank Battlefield, 100 Hessian Ave, National Park
“The Gloucester County Certified Gardeners are hosting The Spring Festival and Earth Day Celebration on April 21, 2024 from 12:00 to 4;00 P.M. at Red Bank Battlefield 100 Hessian Avenue, National Park, N.J. Admission is free and we will have many free family-friendly activities. Come celebrate Earth Day with us at the Spring Festival with free Earth Day and Colonial activities. See attached for more details. For more information contact Elaine Schreiter at 865-224-8045. Thanks for your consideration.”

 

Eye on the Delaware, History of Fort Mott
2:00-3:30pm, Woodstown Friends Meeting, 104 N Main St, Woodstown
“The Pilesgrove-Woodstown Historical Society Quarterly Program presents speaker, Fort Mott Park Ranger Andres Grant, Resource Interpretive Specialist. Free program in the Woodstown Friends Meeting House, 104 North Main Street, Woodstown, N.J. 08098 is suitable for all ages. The Meeting House is handicap accessible, onsite parking. For questions or more information, call 609-313-7534.”

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