Food Truck Festival

When: Friday, August 19 – Sunday, August 21
Where: Brigantine
Enjoy food from more than 2 dozen local food trucks along the beach at the Brigantine Food Truck Festival. The festival runs from 11 am to 7 pm along the 38th street beaches.

Peach Festival

When: Saturday & Saturday, August 20 – 21
Where: The Shoppes at Dragon Village, Bridgeton
Grab a peach while you enjoy over 50 craft vendors, food trucks, train rides, kids activities, live music and more at the Peach Festival at the Shoppes at Dragon Village. The festival runs from 10 am – 5 pm. 

Craft and Art Festival

When: Saturday & Sunday, August 20 -& 21
Where: Collingswood

Explore art and handmade crafts from local artists while you enjoy live entertainment, face painting, family activities, food and more. The festival runs along Haddon Avenue from 10 am to 5 pm. Stick around on Saturday night for the Second Saturday festivities. 

Pet Festival

When: Saturday, August 20 
Where: Harbaugh Village, Mullica Hill
Bring your cat or pup to the cutest festival of the weekend, where you can meet a variety of vendors and local animal shelters while you enjoy roller skating and live music from 12 – 6 pm. All pets must be on a leash. Don’t have your own? No problem — the goal is to have at least 20 pets adopted by the end of the day. 

Country Music on the River

When: Sunday, August 21
Where: Camden, Battleship New Jersey
Break out your boots for a country-themed Rockin on the River event aboard the Battleship New Jersey. Enjoy a tour on the boat, line dancing, live music, food concessions and a bar from 1 pm – 6 pm. Tickets cost $25 and support historical preservation of the battleship. 

Cape May Summer Concert

When: Sunday, August 21
Where: Rotary Park, Cape May
Pack a chair or a blanket and head to Rotary Park for some free live music every Sunday through mid-September. This week’s concert is by The Capers from 7 – 8:30 pm.

An American Tale

When: Sunday, August 21
Where: Katz JCC, Cherry Hill
Join the Katz JCC for a movie night of the animated film, “An American Tale.” The showing, which is from 2:30 – 5 pm, is a part of the Katz’s Jewish Film Festival Screening. Tickets are $12 for members, $15 for guests and include light snacks. 

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