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OCTOBER 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

4-5: RACE OF GENTLEMEN VINTAGE CAR & MOTORCYCLE BEACH DRAG RACES: A living history event, celebrating America’s Racing & Hot-Rodding heritage. Held on the Wildwoods beach at Schellenger Ave. www.TheRaceOfGentlemen.com

4-6, 11-13: MOREY’S OKTOBERFEST: Mariner’s Pier, Wildwood. Fri: 5 p.m. – 11 p.m., Sat: noon to 11 p.m. Sun: noon to 5 p.m. 609-729-3700. www.MoreysPiers.com

5: WILDWOODS FOOD AND MUSIC FESTIVAL: Wildwood. A FREE street fair featuring live music, crafters, food vendors, and more! FREE musical entertainment and much more! 609-729-4000. www.wildwoodsnj.com

5: AUTUMN CRAFTS & COLLECTIBLES SHOW: Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May. Celebrate fall with your family. Crafters and collectibles dealers from throughout the region display and sell their wares on the lawn. Free Admission and parking. 609-884-5404. 800-275-4278. www.capemaymac.org

5: ITALIAN FESTIVAL & PARADE: Sea Isle City. Great food, an Italian Market with craft and specialty vendors, Cannoli Eating Contest, Cento Food display and live musical entertainment. The parade will feature Sea Isle’s “Italian Royal Family,” floats, beauty queens, mascots & many other participants. 609-263-6341. www.kixmcnutleys.com

5-6: FESTIVAL OF FINE CRAFT: WheatonArts, Millville. Features 150+ juried artists showcasing a wide range of handmade crafts from high-end jewelry & wearables to decor & furniture. Craft demonstrations. Beer/Wine Garden. Musical Entertainment. Hands-on family activities. Signature Glass Pumpkin Patch. Specialty foods. 800-998-4552, 856-825-6800. www.wheatonarts.org

10-14: VICTORIAN WEEKEND: Cape May. 47th Annual Event. Celebrate Cape May’s Victorian architecture and history with a holiday weekend of tours and events. 609-884-5404. 800-275-4278. www.capemaymac.org

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

12: FALL BLOCK PARTY & FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR: Ocean City. Over 400 crafters, food vendors, music and more. In the evening, family night entertainment on the boardwalk with fireworks. Call 800-BEACH-NJ, or visit online at www.oceancityvacation.com

12-13: CAPE MAY WINE & MUSIC FEST: Hawk Haven Winery, Rio Grande.The Cape May Wine & Music Fest at Hawk Haven Winery will feature live music from world class performers, wine tastings from some of New Jersey’s finest wineries, a craft beer garden that will blow your hops off, and a variety of tasty street food vendors. www.hawkhavenvineyard.com

12-13: CREST BEST RUN FEST: Wildwood Crest. 10 Mile, 5 Mile, 3.1 Mile and Kid’s Races. www.DelmoSports.com

12-14: INDIAN SUMMER WEEKEND: Music Pier, Ocean City. Seafood vendors at the Music Pier and boardwalk table sales. 800-BEACH-NJ. www.oceancityvacation.com

12-14: AVALON SEAFOOD FESTIVAL: Avalon. Treats from the sea at the Chamber’s Annual Seafood Festival. Featuring fresh seafood vendors, chowder contest, live music, vendors and more. 609-967-3936. www.visitavalonnj.com

12-14: DOWNTOWN WILDWOOD CHILI & CHOWDER COOK OFF FESTIVAL: Byrne Plaza, Wildwood. Enjoy Food Trucks & local Tent vendors. Artisan Vendors, Free Family and Kids Activities. Wine and Craft Beer Tasting and sales in Garden/Tent area. There will be a Chili and Chowder cook off with Judging & Awards. www.woyftevents.com www.dooww.com

13: LIMA BEAN FESTIVAL: West Cape May. The lowly legume takes center stage and delights locals and visitors alike with her vast array of recipes, crafts and products available. 609-884-8302. www.westcapemay.us

13: VICTORIAN WEEKEND CRAFTS and COLLECTIBLES SHOW: Emlen Physick Estate, Cape May. Crafters and collectibles dealers from throughout the region display and sell their wares on the lawn. 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278. www.capemaymac.org

17-20: NJ AUDUBON’S CAPE MAY AUTUMN FESTIVAL: Cape May. Join birding’s best at world famous Cape May NJ for three days of field trips, boat trips, workshops, live hawk banding and hawk demonstrations, and programs focusing on fall’s famous raptor migration. Keynote speakers. Live raptor show at Cape May Convention Hall, artisans, crafters, tour and optic companies. Convention Hall is free. Registration required for all other activities. www.birdcapemay.org or www.njaudubon.org

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

18: BONFIRE ON THE BEACH: North Wildwood. Enjoy a bonfire on the beach from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at 17th Ave. Live Entertainment. Bring a chair or blanket.

18-19: GREATER WILDWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FAB 50’s & BEYOND WEEKEND: Wildwood. Enjoy a weekend full of events beginning Friday night with a Dance Party at the Wildwoods Convention Center. Tickets needed. A FREE street fair will take place on Saturday at Fox Park. Classic cars, food and craft vendors, live entertainment, a Doo Wop Bus Tour and ending with a concert at the Oceanfront Arena. 609-729-4000. www.Wildwoods.com

18-31: HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS: Cape May. Special tours and events themed for the spooky season. (Oct. 18-31) 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278. www.capemaymac.org

19: PUMPKIN FESTIVAL: Historic Cold Spring Village, Cape May. Enjoy this popular Halloween event. www.hcsv.org

19-20: LIGHTHOUSE CHALLENGE WEEKEND: Lighthouses, museums and life-saving stations host a “Lighthouse Challenge of New Jersey” weekend on Saturday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 20. The public is challenged to visit all participating lighthouses over the weekend and raise funds for continued lighthouse preservation.

25-27: SHERLOCK HOLMES WEEKEND: Cape May. Join Sherlock Holmes and his partner, Dr. Watson, for a weekend of solving clues in the new mystery. Stalk the gaslit streets in search of clues and compete for prizes. 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org

26: HARVEST FESTIVAL: Stone Harbor. Hayrides, pumpkin decorating, trick or treating in our shops, and creepy & crawly, but cute animals! www.stoneharborbeach.com

26: GHOST TOUR: Glasstown Arts District, Millville. Check out the website for more information. 856-293-0556. www.glasstownartsdistrict.com

26: CRAFTS & COLLECTIBLES BY THE SEA: Cape May Convention Hall. Crafters and collectibles dealers from throughout the region display and sell their wares. 609-884-5404. 800-275-4278. www.capemaymac.org

26-27: DOWNTOWN WILDWOOD’S HALL-O-WINE WEEKEND FESTIVAL: Byrne Plaza, Wildwood. Enjoy Food Trucks and local tent vendors. Artisan Vendors. Free Family and Kids Activities. Wine and Craft Beer Tasting and sale in Garden/Tent area. Food Truck Trick or Treating each day from noon to 3 for all children 12 & under in costume. www.woyftevents.com or www.dooww.com

31: CAPE MAY RESTAURANT WEEKEND: Cape May. Participating restaurants in the Historic Landmark City of Cape May offer meals for $35.00. www.cmrestaurantweek.com

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