"Miss Fortescue Making a Big Splash" ~ Mike Morrissey, Fortescue, NJ
Things To Do Around Downe!
"We're all in this together."
Things To Do Not Far Away!
Friday, October 22, 2021
Ghost Walk & Pumpkin Carving & Hand Painted Competition
Cumberland County Historical Society
950 Ye Greate St., Greenwich, NJ
Drop off pumpkin entries October 21, between 4pm and 6pm, $2 per entry. Results will be announced October 22. The evening's events will feature games and crafts.
For more information call 856-455-8580
October 23 & 24, 2021
10am to 5pm
Halloween Village Festival
Shoppes at Dragon Village
97 Trench Road, Bridgeton, NJ
Join us for a family-friendly Halloween Festival you'll never forget. We'll have Artists, Craftsmen, Antiques, Food Trucks, Train Rides, VR Motor Sports, Live Music, Pop Up Shops, Scarecrows, Fall Flowers & Plants for sale, Pumpkin Painting and so much more! Kids are welcome to wear Halloween costumes.
Parking $2.00 a carload. Event runs rain or shine!
Visit www.shoppesatdragonvillage.com or call 609-381-4462
Event Center at Wheaton Village - 1000 Village Drive, Millville, NJ
New Hours: Open on Saturdays & Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm. Visit the Museum of American Glass, Down Jersey Folklife Center, and Museum Stores. Visit www.wheatonarts.org or call 856-825-6800 or
800-998-4552 for more information.
Bayshore Center at Bivalve
The Bayshore Center at Bivalve is New Jersey’s only environmental history museum and the home port of the 1928 Schooner AJ Meerwald, New Jersey’s official tall ship. Located on a working waterfront, the Bayshore Center at Bivalve operates the Delaware Bay Museum and the Oyster Cracker Café in the Oyster Shipping Sheds dating back to 1904. We hope you come visit us! For events and more information call 856-785-2060 or visit: www.bayshorecenter.org
AJ Meerwald - Seasonal Sails
2021 Sails have ended for the year. Check back next Spring of 2022.
Bayshore Center at Bivalve
2800 High Street, Port Norris, NJ
SECOND FRIDAYS 11 • 12 • 2021
Observing current health regulations.
On the 2nd Friday of each month from April through October the Bayshore Center at Bivalve hosts a festive evening with live music on the docks, buck a shuck oysters, local beer, and wine. Each month a different speaker presents on a topic relating to the environment, local history or other interesting and entertaining topics. No tickets are needed for this event.
Glasstown Arts District ~ Millville, NJ
THIRD FRIDAYs 10 • 15 • 2021 Observing current health regulations.
Welcome to Third Friday in the Arts District! Every Third Friday of every month. Art exhibitions, live music, theater, dining, and shopping. As you are browsing the galleries and shops, enjoy the live music on the sidewalks and public spaces (restrictions permitting). Live music is abundant in many, many businesses. Reservations are suggested for some of our restaurants.
Plan your fun evening with friends or family! For information call 856-293-0556.
The Levoy Theater
126-130 N. High Street, Millville, NJ 08332 - 856-327-6400
Millville’s Levoy Theatre is a first-rate performing arts center which engages, educates and serves a wide audience in Southern New Jersey through diverse programming. For a schedule of performances and events call or visit www.levoy.net
NJ Motorsports Park
For more information on their schedule of events
and activities call 856-327-7202 or visit www.njmp.com
Places to Visit
East Point Lighthouse
10 Lighthouse Road, Heislerville, NJ
Open Saturday and Sunday, first and third weekend of each month.For information and scheduled events call: 856-785-9927 www.lhchallengenj.org www.eastpointlight.info
Wildlife Preserves and Hiking
Glades Wildlife Refuge
Turkey Point Rd. and Maple Ave.
Newport, NJ - 2.68 miles
Harold N. Peek Preserve
S. 2nd Street, Millville, NJ - 9.86 miles
For more information vist www.natlands.org
Gibbon House c.1730
960 Ye Greate Street, Greenwich, NJ
Mansion with 18th and 19th century furnishings contains a walk-in fireplace in which open fire cooking demonstrations are given. In The Barn Museum on property is display of gardening tools and agricultural implements. For more information and event schedules call Cumberland County Historical Society 856-455-8580 or visit www.cchistsoc.org
Hancock House State Historic Site
3 Front Street, Hancock’s Bridge, NJ
18th century patterned brick end manor house. Site of British-led massacre during American Revolution. Site includes Swedish Cedar Plank Cabin where hearth cooking demonstrations take place.