9 Things to Do in South Jersey This Weekend (Feb 11 – 13)
Sweet ways to celebrate Valentine's Day Weekend

Valentine’s Day, Super Bowl & even more to do around South Jersey? Looks like we’re in for a busy weekend. 

Time to start making plans: 

Celebration of Life Gala
When: Saturday, February 12, 7 pm
Where: Virtual
Cost: $225
Join Samaritan at their annual Above and Beyond Celebration of Life Gala, where they will honor an incredible group of 500 dedicated volunteers who make it possible for the organization to help the South Jersey community. The event will feature an online auction, raffle and more. SJ Mag is a proud media partner of this event.

Sweetest Night
When: Saturday, February 12, 3 – 7 pm
Where: Pitman
Cost: Free
Head to Uptown Pitman for a sweet Valentine’s Day weekend treat featuring a variety of local chocolate and dessert makers. 

Chocolate Walk
When: Saturday, February 12, 5 – 9 pm
Where: Mullica Hill
Cost: Free
Make your way to Mullica Hill for its 5th Annual Chocolate Walk, featuring free tastings of chocolates, hors d’oeuvres, beverages and more. Don’t forget to pick up your Chocolate Walk Passport at Madame Chili Pepper’s Children’s Boutique to make sure you hit all the stops. (If you get them all, you can enter to win a Mullica Hill Business Association Gift Basket!)

Wine & Chocolate Trail Weekend
When: February 12 & 13; February 19 & 20
Where: Participating Wineries
Cost: Depending on location
Embark on a sweet adventure along South Jersey’s Wine Trail. The weekend includes events like a wine and chocolate pairing at Cedarvale Winery (Feb. 12 – 14, noon – 5 pm, $10 per person) or a wine and truffle making at Tomasello Winery — Hammonton (Feb. 13, noon – 3:30 pm, $20 per person). For a full list of events and participating wineries, visit The Garden State Wine Growers Association Website.

Grounds for Sculpture Night Forms
When: Friday, Feb. 11 – Sunday, Feb. 13; 5 – 11 pm
Where: Hammonton
Cost: Members: $18 for adults, $14 for children 6-17. Nonmembers: $28 for adults, $22 for children 6-17.
Go to Grounds For Sculpture after dark to see Night Forms. The exhibit features video projections, light and sounds that illuminate more than a dozen of the museum’s existing works of sculpture. You can also warm up by exploring indoor galleries or grab dinner at the Van Gogh Café. 

Lace Up Your Skates
When: Friday, Feb. 11, 5 – 10pm; Saturday, Feb. 12, noon – 10 pm; Sunday, Feb. 13, noon – 9 pm
Where: Cherry Hill
Cost: $7.50 for adults, $5.50 for kids 5-12 and for veterans.
WinterFest is a festive 60-foot by 120-foot ice rink set up at Cooper River Park through Feb. 21. Don your skates (or rent them), do pirouettes on ice or just enjoy the fire pits, s’mores, funnel cakes and hot chocolate available for purchase in the lodge. Located across from the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, WinterFest is weather dependent. 

“Looking Up” 
When: Friday, Feb. 11, 10 am – 2 pm; Saturday, Feb. 12, noon – 4 pm
Where: Moorestown
Cost: Free
Join the artists behind the Perkins Center for the Arts’ “Looking Up” gallery. Now in its 41st year, the exhibit’s top 3 photographs will be selected by the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s curator of photographs. The show runs through Feb. 25. 

Laser Lizzo
When: Saturday, Feb. 12; 7 – 8 pm.
Where: Glassboro
Cost: $5 (Find out how you can win tickets for free in this month’s Friday Giveaway!)
Celebrate girl power and body positivity with Laser Lizzo at Rowan University’s Edelman Planetarium. The laser show set to Lizzo’s music is the regular Saturday show through March 27.

Hit the Theater
When: Friday, Feb. 11 & Saturday, Feb 12, 8 pm; Sunday, Feb. 13, 2 pm.
Where: Oaklyn
Cost: $27, $12 for students.
Take in “Greater Tuna” at the Ritz Theatre Company. The long-running, off-Broadway hit comedy features 2 actors creating the entire population of Tuna, the third-smallest town in Texas. The show runs February 11-27.

View Some Unique Art
When: Friday, Feb. 11 & Saturday, Feb 12, 11:30 am – 7:30 pm; Sunday, Feb. 13, noon – 4 pm.
Where: Galloway
Cost: Free
Head to Stockton University Art Gallery to see truly unique pieces at their  “Wood Engravers’ Network: 4th Triennial” gallery. The Fourth Triennial Exhibition, sponsored by the  Wood Engravers’ Network (WEN) features 65 pieces of metal and wood engravings. The exhibit runs through April 5. 

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