Sustainable Cherry Hill Earth Festival
April 25: Sustainable Cherry Hill hosts a
festival the Saturday after Earth Day (rain
or shine) to celebrate the great outdoors,
featuring environmental nonprofit vendors,
green and healthy food trucks and live
entertainment. Don’t miss the family bike
rides, with 2-mile and 9-mile trail options.
10 AM- 2 PM. Croft Farm, Cherry Hill
Somers Point Bayfest
April 25: The 27th annual Bayfest celebration
turns Historic Bay Avenue into a pedestrian street
fair, with 14 blocks of food and craft vendors,
children’s activities, live music and outdoor
gear giveaways (including bicycles and kayaks).
Considered the largest single-day festival in South
Jersey, the attractions include rock-climbing
walls, a Moon Bounce, pony rides and more. 10
AM- 5 PM; free. ( somerspointbayfest.org).
Waretown Spring Wine Festival
April 25-26: The town’s inaugural lakeside
wine festival brings samples from the region’s
award-winning wineries, crafters, food vendors,
live music and entertainment. Noon- 5 PM;
$12-$25. Waretown Recreation and Lake Area,
905 Wells Mill Road, Waretown (732-946-2711,
Short Shakespeare: A Midsummer
Night’s Dream & Macbeth
April 18: The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey
presents Short Shakespeare: one-hour, family-friendly versions of classic plays followed by actor
Q&A’s. Midsummer, 11: 30 AM; Macbeth, 2 PM; $16.
F.M Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, Madison (973-
Three Classic Fairy Tales
April 18-19: The latest from Disney Live! sends
Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck and Goofy on an
unexpected adventure as they flip the pages of a
magical storybook and suddenly become part of
classic tales Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,
Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast. Sat, 6: 30 PM;
Sun, 3 PM; tickets start at $15. East Rutherford,
Izod Center ( meadowlands.com).
Sesame Street Presents:
The Body Exhibit
Thru May 7: The Liberty Science Center hosts a
special interactive exhibit where kids learn about
their bodies with help from the Sesame Street
gang. The three-part exhibit teaches kids about
the “Outsides,” the “Insides,” and helpful habits
for healthy lifestyles. Elmo visits the center on
April 6, 7 and 25. Recommended for ages 2-8.
Closed Mondays; ages 13 and older, $19.75; ages
2-12; $15.75. 222 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City (201-
Dinosaurs of the Deep
Thru July 5: The Adventure Aquarium in
Camden hosts “Dinosaurs of the Deep,”
transporting guests 100 million years back in
time for a glimpse at the prehistoric giants who
dominated the oceans when T-Rex held sway on
the land. The exhibit features fossils, skeletons
and life-size replicas, like the 34-foot-long
predator Liopleurodon with 4-inch-long teeth.
10 AM to 5 PM daily; $18.95-$25.95. 1 Riverside
Drive, Camden ( adventureaquarium.com).
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