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JULY EVENTS
Twelve months of exciting events…
APRIL 2 - DECEMBER 31: EMANATION 2019: WheatonArts. Emanation 2019 is on display through December 31, 2019 in the Museum of American Glass at WheatonArts! Emanation 2019 is the third exhibition of contemporary art featuring new works developed and created by artists invited to utilize the resources and facilities at WheatonArts for experiment based exploration. The results are displayed with an emphasis on each artist’s creative process. “The artists in this iteration of Emanation have not previously worked in glass, but are creative thinkers and problem solvers, who have embraced the opportunity to experiment in a new medium,” notes Julie Courtney, curator of Emanation 2019. The artists she brought to the project each have a unique perspective and aesthetic on the integration of glass into their works, creating powerful visuals (and even sounds) relating to invisible labor, prison incarceration rates, beauty in destruction, and “cartoon violence,” just to name a few. Artists participating in the exhibit are Jesse Krimes, Tristin Lowe, Martha McDonald and Laura Baird, Karyn Olivier, Richard Torchia, Allan Wexler, and Jo Yarrington. Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is included with general admission to WheatonArts. 856-825-6800.www.wheatonarts.org

1-31: STONE HARBOR FARMERS MARKET: 95TH Street & Second Avenue. Every Sunday Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. 8am – 12:30pm. www.shnj.org

1-31: STONE HARBOR FAMILY NIGHT: Every Monday. Open to the Public – Free for All. 175 96th Street. www.shnj.org

2-6: CUMBERLAND COUNTY FAIR: Millville. Demolition derby, farm & garden exhibits, hayrides, home & arts exhibits, pie eating contests, amusement rides and much more. 856-453-2184. www.cumberlandcofair.com

4: FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION: Ocean City. Special activities include a bike parade, kite flying competition a pie eating contest and more. A boardwalk fireworks display tops off the evening. 609-399-6111. www.oceancityvacation.com

4: FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: Cape May. Congress Beach. 609-884-9565. www.discovercapemaynj.com

4: INDEPENDENCE DAY FAMILY PARADE: North Wildwood. Parade. 9th & Atlantic Ave. FREE. 609-522-2955. www.NorthWildwood.com

4: PATRIOTIC POOCH PARADE: North Wildwood. 8th & Atlantic Ave., 609-522-2955 or www.NorthWildwood.com

4: FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR: The Wildwoods. 609-523-1602. www.dooww.com

4: INDEPENDENCE DAY FIREWORKS: Stone Harbor. Live music at 95th St. Beach Pavilion. www.shnj.org

6: INDEPENDENCE PARADE: Cape May. Beach Ave. 609-884-9565. www.discovercapemaynj.com

6-7: INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION: Historic Cold Spring Village, Cape May. Celebrate Independence Day with patriotic programs and music. www.hcsv.org

6-7: DOWNTOWN WILDWOOD’S 80’s CONCERT WEEKEND: Byrne Plaza, Wildwood. Dig out those old bell-bottom pants and platform shoes and get your big hair and attitude on down to Byrne Plaza for some 80’s music and fun at the Plaza. Each day will feature some local 80’s music talent, band & music. Bring your appetite too as there will be some Food Trucks & local Tent vendors, Artisan Vendors, Free Family and Kids Activities. Wine and Craft Beer Tasting and sales in Garden/Tent area. www.woyftevents.com www.dooww.com

8: CAPE MAY COUNTY LIFEGUARD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Wildwood Crest. Beach patrols from Cape May County compete. Free. 609-522-3825. www.wcbp.org

8: AL CUNARD BABY PARADE: Stone Harbor: Dress up your beautiful babies and children for this Stone Harbor tradition. Family fun night with Cunard Family of Clowns Magic Show after parade. www.shnj.org, www.stoneharborbeach.com

9-31: TUESDAYS AT THE TOWER: CONCERT SERIES: Stone Harbor. A different performance every Tuesday night. Beer & Wine Garden. FREE. www.shnj.org. www.stoneharborbeach.com

11: SAND SCULPTING CONTEST: Ocean City. 609-399-6111. www.oceancityvacation.com

12-14: NJ BARBEQUE STATE BARBEQUE CHAMPIONSHIP AND ANGLESEA BLUES FESTIVAL: North Wildwood. The best in Barbeque & Blues at this exciting three-day festival. Cooking demonstrations, incredible food & top regional & national blues acts on our FREE stage. 609-523-6565. www.angleseablues.com. www.njbbq.com

12-14: PROMENADE ART SHOW: Cape May. 609-884-9565. www.discovercapemaynj.com

13: SECOND SATURDAY WINE TASTING: Village on High, Millville – Glasstown Arts District. Admission includes food tastings. 856-371-0716. www.glasstownartsdistrict.com

13: NIGHT IN VENICE: Ocean City. The City’s annual boat parade is one of the largest in the world. 609-399-6111. www.ocnj.us/niv

13-14: CELTIC FESTIVAL: Historic Cold Spring Village, Cape May. Traditional music, a pipes and drums band, demonstrations, dancing, a pub tent, family activities and much more! www.hcsv.org

19: THIRD FRIDAY: Glasstown Arts District, Millville. The District comes alive with exhibition openings, live music, dining and shopping. 856-293-0556. www.glasstownartsdistrict.com

19: CRABULOUS CRAB DAY: Wetlands Institute, Stone Harbor. Crab Races & Games, Crabbing at the Dock, Crabbing Tips and Tricks, Crab Cake Cook-off and Cooking Lessons, Crab Teaching Tank, Crabbing Tournament & Crabulous Trivia. 609-368-1211. www.wetlandsinstitute.org

20: CHRISTMAS IN JULY WITH SANTA CLAUS: Along the beach in North Wildwood. 1 p.m. 609.522.7500 or www.NorthWildwood.com

20: JERSEY CAPE ANTIQUE AUTO SHOW: Cape May. Colliers Lot: Jackson Street. 609-884-9565. www.discovercapemaynj.com

20-21: RAILROAD DAYS: Historic Cold Spring Village, Cape May. Model trains, garden railways, train rides, memorabilia & demonstrations. www.hcsv.org

21: WILDWOOD CREST CHRISTMAS IN JULY FESTIVAL: Sunset Lake along New Jersey Avenue, from Atlanta to Miami Avenues, Wildwood Crest 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. www.Wildwoodcrest.org

21: CAPTAIN KIDD TREASURE HUNT: Cape May Convention Hall. 609-884-9565, www.discovercapemaynj.com

21-26: SANTA VISITS HIS “OFFICIAL SUMMER HOME”: Stone Harbor. Celebrate with Santa and his crew around town all week! Where will he be spotted next? www.stoneharborbeach.com

26: DUTCH HOFFMAN MEMORIAL LIFEGUARD RACES: Wildwood. Annual beach patrol competition among 15 South Jersey Beach Patrols on the beach at Lincoln Avenue. 609-522-8258 or www.wildwoodsnj.com

27-28: ULTIMATE FRISBEE TOURNAMENT: Wildwood. On the beach at Schellenger Avenue. www.WildwoodBeachUltimate.com

27-28: SUMMER ANTIQUE & FOOD MARKET: WheatonArts, Millville. An indoor/outdoor event featuring 50+ antique dealers showcasing a wide selection of ceramics, glass, jewelry, memorabilia, furniture, & vintage accessories. Enjoy a variety of local food vendors and farm market proprietors. Admission is $5 per person. 800-998-4552, 856-825-6800. www.wheatonarts.org

27-28: HERITAGE WEEKEND: Historic Cold Spring Village, Cape May. www.hcsv.org

30: THE WILDWOODS LOVE WADDLER’S BABY WADDLE: Wildwoods Convention Center. 609-729-9000. www.wildwoodsnj.com

31: WILDWOODS BABY PARADE: Wildwood. A tradition since 1909. Registration at Wildwoods Convention Center. Boardwalk parade. FREE. 609-729-9000. www.wildwoodsnj.com

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