Things to Do This Weekend: April 13-14

Wine and Chocolate Lovers Weekend

April 13 and 14 (12 – 8 pm) | Wildwood, NJ

Candies and cookies and fudge, oh my! If you like to indulge in chocolate every so often head to Wildwood this weekend. Experience sweet treats, chocolate-infused wines, craft beers, and more. If you need something a bit more substantial food trucks will be waiting at the ready to satisfy your hunger pangs. Planning on bringing the little ones? Hop by on Sunday for a Mini Easter Egg Hunt at 2 pm.


Green Festival Collingswood

Saturday, April 13 (9 am – 2 pm) | Collingswood, NJ

Embrace the spring season with your friends at Collingswood’s 11th annual Green Festival located near Haddon and Irvin avenues. You can jump right off the PATCO High-Speed Line and join in on the fun with minimal effort. At the festival, you will learn about organic gardening, water conservation, renewable energy, local sustainable food, environmentally friendly construction, and more from local activists and experts. There will also be live music so get out there and shake your green thumb.


Delaware Spring Quarter Horse Show

April 13 and 14 (8 am – 5 pm) | DREAM Park in Logan Township

The Gloucester County DREAM Park is hosting several free family-friendly events this April. This weekend, be sure to gallop to the Delaware Spring Quarter Horse Show. Beautiful Quarter Horses, an American breed known for sprinting short distances, will show-off their skills and speed. To learn more, contact the DREAM Park at (856) 241-1415.


Get The Led Out

April 12 and 13 (starting at 8 pm) | Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood

Are you a Led Zepplin fan? Well, get ready to rock-out to the next best thing with Get The Led Out (GTLO), a touring band of six veteran musicians who’ve spent years mastering Led Zep’s style and techniques. Tickets range from $29.50 – $39.50, visit their website to learn more.


Nature Center Grand Opening

Saturday, April 13 (10 am- 3 pm)  | Scotland Run Park, Clayton

Experience the grand re-opening of Gloucester County’s Nature Center at Scotland Run Park. The event will feature live animals, nature center tours, lake studies, an Americore Rain Barrel workshop, and a lecture from Rowan University Professor Daniel Duran, Nature Center’s resident park naturalist. The event is free and will be held rain or shine.

Rancocas Woods Antiques & Collectibles Market

Sunday, April 14 (9 am – 3 pm) | Rancocas Woods, Mount Laurel

Head to Rancocas Woods this Sunday for the outdoor vintage and antique market. Dozens of local dealers and collectors will be there with high-quality items. If you’re looking for a certain something to spruce up your spring decor, you might just find the perfect item here. The day also featured food trucks and live music.


Johnson Run4Fun 5K and HOOTfest

Sunday, April 14 (starting at 11 am) | Cherry Hill, NJ

Come to run, or just enjoy the fun HOOTfest activities. This is a family-friendly event for all ages taking place at Johnson Elementary School. Attendees will be entertained by live music, sports demonstrations,  a craft fair, and more. Tickets are $15 to participate in the 1K Fun Run and $30 for the 5K. Registration ends on April 13, so sign-up today.


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