HOPEWELL: Saturday’s song fest will rock, hurl with fun
June 16, 2016 - garden totes
Join your Hopewell-area neighbors Saturday, Jun 18, for a Community Day Music Festival from 4 to 11 p.m. during St. Michael’s Preserve, located off Princeton Avenue (Carter Road), only south of a borough.
Ride bikes and move beach blankets, chairs and umbrellas and devise to spend a dusk celebrating a borough’s 125th anniversary of incorporation.
All parking will be during Hopewell Elementary School, Princeton Avenue, and in other accessible spaces around a borough.
The categorical opening to a eventuality will be on a Carter Road side of a field. Near a opening will be an information booth, where attendees can get giveaway receptacle bags that list eventuality business sponsors as good as a song schedule.
According to mouthpiece Deb Stuhler, “Thousands are expected.” She says those formulation to attend a eventuality should come early to set adult their spots.
The family-friendly eventuality will underline activities and happenings for children from 4 to 7 p.m., as good as Hopewell-centric village groups.
Crafts and activities in a children’s area will embody a hulk inflatable barrier course, a 100-foot “SNAG” golf march and an eco-scavenger hunt (led by Jeff Hoagland of a Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, that will cap in a guided inlet travel during 5:30 p.m.
One of a featured crafts presented by a Hopewell Valley Arts Council will give children a possibility to paint “Power Sticks,” that will be used to emanate a sculpture on site.
Food will be accessible for sale from internal favorites Antimo’s uninformed pizza, The Brothers Moon, SweetGrass and Five Daughters Hot Dogs.
Treats from One Sweet Place, Rita’s Ice and Maddalena’s cheesecake on a hang also will be available.
From 7 to 11 p.m., a adult-only German-style drink garden will be hold in a hulk tent. Craft drink and wine, as good as non-alcoholic beverages, will be served.
Those who wish to enter a drink garden area will have to uncover explanation of age, wear a wristband and compensate a $20 per-person opening fee. No ethanol will be authorised outward of a fenced-in drink garden area; however, re-entry with a wristband will be permitted.
The song lineup is:
4 to 4:10, Hopewell Valley Children’s Chorale;
4:15 to 4:45, Vox Central Jazz;
5 to 5:45, Gwynne Alden Band;
6 to 6:45, Castle Lane Band;
7 to 7:45, Thomas Wesley Stern;
8 to 8:45, The Extended Family: Michael Falzarano/Bob Steeler Band;
9 to 9:45, Danielia Cotton;
10 to 11, Strange Rovers with Chris Palmero and Bob Steeler.
Ms. Stuhler, co-chairwoman of a 125th Anniversary Committee, pronounced this week: “Special interjection go to a DR Greenway Land Trust for use of a margin during St. Michael’s, as good as to a vital business sponsors: Capital Health, Northfield Bank, 1st Constitution Bank, Hopewell Motors, Ace Everett, Hopewell Valley Golf Club, Jennifer E. Curtis (Callaway Henderson-Sotheby’s International Realty), Morehouse Engineering and Sandy Brown (Gloria Nilson Co. Real Estate). We could not have hosted this village jubilee of a city but them.
“We also wish to appreciate a many volunteers, Hopewell Mayor Paul Anzano, Borough Administrator/Clerk Michele Hovan and a town’s Department of Public Works. All of these people helped make this eventuality come together.
“Come out and applaud Hopewell Borough’s 125th anniversary during St. Michael’s. Good friends, families, food, fun and extraordinary song will make this day one not to be forgotten.”
Questions? Call Ms. Deb Stuhler during 609-865-9818.