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Monmouth County July 4th

This is an archived page from our New Jersey website. Some of this information from 2015 might be useful to you. Today we are updating our Fourth of July fireworks feature for Monmouth County for 2015.

We’ve put more hours into our 4th of July pages this year than we ever have before and we’ve learned a lot. We never realized how many little towns in Monmouth County stage their own fireworks displays. We hope to get to as many fireworks displays in Monmouth County as we can this year so be on the lookout for us. Enjoy this feature devoted to One of the Best Places to Live in New Jersey: Monmouth County.

Asbury Park 4th of July Parade & Fireworks, Wednesday, July 4, 2015

Asbury Park will celebrate the 4th on the 4th! The day starts with a patriotic parade at 1:00 PM that starts on Grand Avenue and ends at the beach. After the parade, you can ride the rides at Bradley Park till 9:00 PM. The fireworks will start at 2nd and 4th Avenue at the beach at about 9:00 PM.
Fireworks & More in Asbury Park

Atlantic Highlands Fireman’s Fair & Fireworks

The 2015 Atlantic Highlands Fireman’s Fair opens on June 30th and runs through July 4th. The fair, sponsored by the Atlantic Highlands Fire Department, is held at the Municipal Harbor on Simon Lake Drive. The fireworks will be staged on Friday, July 4, 2015, at dusk. If you are a photographer and you want to get good shots of the fireworks here, I suggest you contact the Harbor Office and make plans well ahead of the event or get in touch with someone that has a boat in the harbor. I was chased out of every good shot I had 3 times last year.
Families can pay one price for admission and enjoy all the fair rides and the concerts on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights. The fair features twelve games of chance and carnival rides. Tickets for the rides can be purchased separately. There will be concerts every night of the fair and local food vendors.
For more information, see the Fireman’s Fair & Fireworks info on our NJ Events Calendar Listing.

Bradley Beach 4th of July Fireworks on the Beach, Friday, July 3, 2015:

Bradley Beach will celebrate Independence day on Friday, July 3rd with music and fireworks. The rain date is Sunday, July 5th. Earlier in the day you can check out the Jack Wright Ocean Mile Swim at 9:30 in the morning at Kent Avenue Beach.
For more information see the Bradley Beach web site.

Colts Neck Country Fair, August 20 – August 23, 2015:

The Colts Neck Country Fair is a unique event that is held every year. There will be rides, games, and inflatables for the kids, an American Pie contest, crafts and food vendors. At the close of the fair on Sunday there will be a fireworks display at about 10:00 PM.
See the Colts Neck Fair web site.

Freehold Concert & Fireworks, Saturday, July 4, 2015:

The borough of Freehold will celebrate the 4th at Freehold Raceway on Park Avenue. The festivities begin on Saturday, July 4, 2015 at 5:30 PM with music that is yet to be announced. The event draws over 20,000 people each year. The event has a community picnic feel to it. The fireworks are scheduled to begin at dusk. The gates open at 5:30 for local families to get a good seat for the concert and the fireworks. The fair is held at Bucks Mill Park located at 105 Bucks Mill Road.
For more information on the event, see the Downtown Freehold website.

Hazlet Township Fireworks: Sunday, July 5, 2015:

The Hazlet Township Fireworks will be held at Veterans Park at dusk. The rain date for the fireworks is Monday, July 6, 2015.
Get more information on Hazlet Township here.

Keansburg Fireworks, Friday & Saturday, July 3 &  4, 2015:

Keansburg Amusement Park will stage fireworks displays on the 3rd and the 4th at dusk at the Fishing Pier and Boardwalk Avenue.
Get more information on the fireworks here.

Lakewood Fireworks, Saturday, July 4, 2015:

The Lakewood BlueClaws will stage a fireworks display after their game on Saturday, July 4, 2015. The stadium is located at 2 Stadium Way in Lakewood.
Get more information on the Lakewood New Jersey fireworks here.

Long Branch: Oceanfest, Saturday, July 4, 2015

This annual Fourth of July tradition is a free, family-oriented festival, which attracts both local residents and visitors from throughout the region. The event takes place along a half-mile stretch of the oceanfront promenade between Seven Presidents Park and the Ocean Place Resort and Spa. Activities will include master sand sculpting exhibits on the beach, strolling entertainers, live music of every imaginable type, food vendors, craft vendors, and lots of activities for children. The fun-filled daytime activities offer a great prelude to a spectacular fireworks display. You might want to consider staying at the marvelous modern Bungalow Hotel that’s a few steps away from the festivities. We were there this past month and it is a great destination! Also, be sure and grab a goodie at Cake Bake & Roll on the corner. [Long Branch-Monmouth County-Central Jersey]
More information @’s Oceanfest page

Manasquan Fourth of July Decorating Contest, Parade & Fireworks, Saturday, July 4, 2015:

Manasquan will hold its independence day celebration this year on July 4th. It all begins at 5:15 PM with a bicycle decorating contest at the Little League Field. At 6:30 PM there will be a 4th of July parade at the Manasquan Coast Guard Station. At 7:30 there will be a concert with Billy Lawlor at the Main Beach. The day concludes with a fireworks display at dusk. The festivities are sponsored by the Manasquan Tourism Commission.
More information @ the Manasquan website

Ocean Grove Independence Day Concert, Saturday, July 4, 2015

The Ocean Grove Independence Day Concert will be held on, Saturday, July 4 from 8:00 to 9:30 PM at the Great Tabernacle in Ocean Grove at 22 Pilgrim Pathway. The Ocean Grover Summer Band directed by Harry Eichhorn will perform show tunes and patriotic songs.
Get more information on the concert on the band’s Facebook page.

Ocean Township Fourth of July Celebration & Fireworks, Saturday, July 4, 2015

The Ocean Township 4th of July celebration will be held at Joe Palaia Park at Whalepond and Deal Roads in Oakhurst on Saturday, July 4, 2015. The park opens at 6:00 for the community to get together and have picnics and visit each other. The fireworks will start at dusk. .
Get more information on the township and the celebration here.

Wall Township: Wall Fair, Firecracker Five Run & Fireworks,  July 4, 2015


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West Long Branch Fireworks, Saturday, July 4, 2015:

West Long Branch is staging their fireworks display on the 4th. The celebration begins at 7:00 PM with a concert by Greaseband and the fireworks go off sometime after 9:00.
For more information, see the West Long Branch website here.

New Jersey Websites

LBI & Ocean County July 4th

For years, I created a guide to fireworks in my local area. That continues today. It is a lot of work but it draws a lot of traffic. Here is a feature that was written a few years back for Long Beach Island and Ocean County, New Jersey. Please note, the contact information and the dates shown in this story are not up to date.

Ocean County has more July 4th celebrations than any county in the state. I’ve updated all of the information, and I think I got everything right. If you see, I missed it or have something to add, please leave me a comment below.

Barnegat Light July 4th Concert, Awards Ceremony & Parade, Sunday, July 1, 2012:

The Barnegat Light Fourth of July Parade will take place on Sunday, July 1, 2012. It will begin at 6:30 pm, starting at 16th Street. There will be an awards ceremony and a concert to follow at the bay dock area between 9th & 10th Street. The show will feature the Liberty Band. The concert will be in the Firehouse Social Hall on 10th and Central Boulevard in case of rain. If you need more information, you can call 609-494-9196

More information about Barnegat Light activities here.

Barnegat Township Concert & Fireworks, Wednesday, July 4, 2012:

Barnegat Township will hold its Independence Day Concert and Fireworks on Wednesday, July 4, at the Municipal Dock on East Bay Avenue. The celebration and the concert will begin at 7:30 pm, and the Fireworks will start at dusk.

More information about Barnegat Township happenings here.

Beach Haven Fireworks over the Bay, 2012 Fireworks info not available yet:

Beach Haven will stage their fireworks display over Tuckerton Bay on Monday, July 4, 2011, at around 9:00 pm. The fireworks start at Taylor Avenue and the Bay. The rain date for the fireworks is Tuesday, July 5, 2011. On July 4, the community Concert on the Green will feature jazz music by Howard Isaacson at Veterans Bicentennial Park, located at Engleside and Beach Avenues.

More information about Beach Haven here.

Beachwood, Toms River & River Towns, Wednesday, July 4, 2012:

Beachwood is famous for its fireworks displays in South Jersey. This year they will be staging their extravaganza on July 4, 2012, at 8:00 pm at the Bayside Avenue beachfront. Their fireworks are seen for miles all along the river and the bay. For further information contact 732-286-6000, ext. 200

More information on Beachwood here.

Berkeley Concert & Fireworks, Wednesday, June 27, 2012:

Berkeley celebrates differently, as their big event falls a little before or after the main holiday. On Wednesday, June 27, at 6:00 pm, there’s a concert featuring Big Shot, a Billy Joel Tribute Band, and fireworks after the show.

Find out more about Berkeley and its celebration here.

Brick Township Summerfest & Fireworks, Thursday, July 5, 2012:

Brick will celebrate Summerfest on Thursday, June 30, 2011, with a concert by Separate Ways, The Ultimate Journey Show, at 7:00 pm. The fireworks extravaganza follows at 9:00 pm at Windward Beach Park.

Get more information on the Brick here.

Harvey Cedars Craft Day by the Bay, Saturday, July 7, 2012:

Harvey Cedars opens their 22nd annual craft show on July 7 at Sunset Park on West Salem Avenue on LBI. The show runs from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission is free. This year there will be food available from the Barnegat Light First Aid Squad.

Get more information on Harvey Cedars here.

Lakehurst Independence Day Car Show, Parade & Fireworks, Monday, July 4, 2011:

Lakehurst’s fireworks were on Wednesday, July 4, 2012. There will also be a full day of activities in town. The top-rated car show will start at 9:00 am and run till 3:00 pm. There will be a patriotic parade at 11:00 am, and the fireworks will take place at dusk. You can get more info from the borough office @ 732-657-4141.

Get more information on Lakehurst here.

Lakewood Fireworks Extravaganza,  Sunday, July 3, 2011: 2012 Fireworks Information not available yet

Lakewood will hold its fireworks display on Sunday, July 3, 2011, at Lake Carasaljo. The fireworks will start at about 9:15 pm. You can view the fireworks from almost any place along the edge of the lake on North and South Lake Drive.

Get more information on Lakewood here.

Lavallette July 4th Concert & Fireworks, Sunday, July 1, 2012:

Lavalette will hold their annual concert and fireworks on Sunday, July 1, at the Centennial Gardens & Gazebo at Bay Boulevard and Philadelphia Avenue. The concert starts at 7:00 pm, and the fireworks go off at dusk (about 9:00 pm).

For more information on Lavallette, go here.

Manchester Township Independence Day Celebration, Saturday, June 30, 2012:

Manchester will hold its annual Independence Day concert on Saturday, June 30, 2012, beginning at 5:00 pm with Townsquare Media (WOBM). Free shuttle service will be available from the Municipal parking lot, Bowker Field parking lot, and senior villages (main clubhouse). Please call 657-8121, ext. 5102 or 5101 for bus schedule information.

Get more information on Manchester and their celebration here.

Fireworks Photo by John Stringfellow

Pine Beach Independence Day Parade: Date Unknown:

The Pine Beach parade information is not published yet on the town website. There is a notice that they require help getting things organized for the day.

Get more information on Pine Beach here.

Plumsted Township Rockin’ Fireworks Concert, Saturday, June 30, 2012:

Plumstead Township and the New Egypt Elks Lodge will present their 12th annual Rockin’ Fireworks Concert at the New Egypt Athletic Fields at 121 Evergreen Road. The celebration begins at 2:00 in the afternoon, and the fireworks go off at dusk. This event features professional entertainment, artists, and creative people from near and far and food, beverages, games, and other attractions in an open country setting. There will be multiple bands playing all day, carnival rides, crafts, and food vendors. For more information, you can call Al Hutchins at 609-758-3005. One of the events that I attended last year is one of my favorites. There are acres and acres of open land around the athletic fields. There’s lots of room for the kids to play and lots for the family to do.

For more information, see the Elks Lodge site here.

Point Pleasant Beach Fireworks, 2012 Fireworks information not available yet:

Jenkinson’s Boardwalk in Point Pleasant ?? will present ?? fireworks display on the beach at dusk to celebrate Independence Day.

For more information, see Jenskinson’s website.

Seaside Heights July 4 Fireworks, Wednesday, July 4, 2012:

Seaside Heights will stage its fireworks on the oceanfront and boardwalk at 9:30 am. There are fireworks scheduled almost every Wednesday night from June 27 to August 29.

For more information, see the Seaside Heights site.

Tuckerton Borough 4th of July Parade & Fireworks, Wednesday, July 4, 2012:

The Borough of Tuckerton will present their annual 4th of July Parade at 10:00 am, starting at the Village Shops. There will be activities all day long at the Seaport and fireworks at Tip Seaman Park at dusk. Last year there was a Baby Parade, but I do not know if they are continuing that from last year. Tuckerton Seaport will host the Red, Wine, and Blues Festival on Saturday, June 30, from 3 to 8 pm. This year is the 10th year for the festival. Billed as the perfect afternoon of wine tasting from New Jersey’s finest wineries plus live blues music, it also features crafters, vendors, food, boat rides, a traditional pie bake-off contest, and more. With your ticket purchase, you get a complimentary souvenir Seaport wine glass.

For more information, see the Tuckerton website here.

Frenchtown Hunterdon County New Jersey Websites

Derewal: Poison & Treasure

A few steps south of Frenchtown in Kingwood Township is a new nature preserve located on the site of the former DeRewal Chemical Company. The site transformation came about in 1996 when the site was designated a Superfund Cleanup Site.

The story of this site is one of irony that seems too strange to be true. As excavation began to remove the toxic substances on the site, the treasure was found under the poison of corporate irresponsibility and maleficence. This treasure provided concrete evidence of the ancient Lenape history of Frenchtown and Kingwood Township NJ.

Frenchtown NJ Superfund Site Archaeology

Above, is pictured a path in Frenchtown NJ near the Delaware River near the site of our story.

It was quite by accident that Frenchtown and Kingwood Township NJ learned just how old they are. In 1988, the Environmental Protection Agency came to an old chemical company site in Kingwood Township, just one-fifth of a mile beyond the city limits of Frenchtown. They were here to instigate a Superfund Site toxic waste removal project. As part of standard EPA procedures, a cultural resources survey was done to insure that the excavation of the site would not harm any historical or archaeological artifacts.

It was discovered that indeed there was a site in this location near the creeks of substantial importance in New Jersey Archaeology. In 1996, a group of archaeologists and geologists came to Hunterdon County to begin their expedition to unearth this hidden history.

The expedition stretched out over a period of several years and by 1999, over 3,000 artifacts had been found, some dating back to 841 BC or earlier. They included ceramics, stone tools, and food remains. This site is now referred to as the DeRewal Prehistoric Site, named after the DeRewal Chemical Company. The land that is now Frenchtown NJ, Kingwood Township, and Alexandria Township has a history that stretches back over 2,800 years to when the Lenape and their ancestor tribes were making tools, hunting, using pottery, cooking, and living on this land next to the Delaware River.

The artifacts were originally turned over to the State of New Jersey and then passed along to Kingwood Township. This treasure of Lenape archaeology resides now in the offices of the Kingwood Township Building that are located a few miles west of Frenchtown NJ and just north of Baptistown NJ near the intersections of Route 12 and 519 in Hunterdon County.

A report of their findings on the site is available from the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, published in 1999, Bulletin #54, written by Ian Burrow, Donald Thieme, William Liebeknecht, and Joseph Schuldenrein.

Be sure and see our Main Frenchtown NJ Lenni-Lenape Page for information about this proud Native American tribe that loved this land. On that page, you will find links to Lenape/Delaware informational sites to learn more about their religion, creation myth, culture, dress, pow-wows, and history.


Today is National Biscuit Day!

Today, May 29, is National Biscuit Day. Celebrate this day by making your own biscuits or going to one of the many restaurants that serve them in New Jersey.

The Buttered Biscuit in  Bradley Beach, New Jersey is a great place to get delicious biscuits as well as many other breakfast items. They offer fresh baked goods and homemade recipes. They are open every day from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. For any questions call 732-807-4069.

Another great place to go for biscuits is Toast in Montclair, New Jersey, and also Asbury Park, New Jersey. Serving breakfast, brunch, and lunch, their generous menu has everything from Huevos Rancheros and Grilled Cinnamon Buns to their fresh Lobster Roll and Brookdale Cheese Steak. Along with their regular menu, they also provide a menu geared toward vegan and vegetarian diners. If you have any questions call 973-509-8099.

Sam A.M.  is a great neighborhood cafe located in Jersey City, New Jersey that serves both breakfast and lunch. One of the people’s favorites is the country biscuits with chipped beef, sausage gravy, eggs, and house-made tater tot. Stop in on a weekday from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm or on the weekend from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. Call 201-432-2233 if you have any questions.


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B.I.G. Comes Home

B.I.G. Comes Home: The Odd Fellows Field of Weeds and Dreams

B. I. G. Burgeoning Inevitable Gentrification

This story was written in 2010. The photo below shows a recently acquired property in Frenchtown NJ. This “spot of green” between the Odd Fellows Building and the Frenchtown Inn on Bridge Street, once housed a charming old Victorian Home that burned down sometime in the late 1950′s or 60′s. The lot has been sitting vacant and unused for decades. In a beautiful little community like ours, this field of weeds was a field of dreams to me. Somehow, I always wanted to see LIFE there in some form, whether that be cultural, business, or some attempt at cultivated nature. In the short article below I detail some of my ideas.

First idea: The Mallet-Prevost Memorial Park. If we the citizens of Frenchtown were going to have a big empty lot in the middle of the business district, why couldn’t it be purchased by the town and made into a proper park, unlike the poor excuse for a park that we have hidden off of Kingwood Avenue? At least it could become a wildflower preserve if nothing else with some great old tree plantings and walkways. Of course, it would be named after Mallet because his history is such a fascinating one, and one that is not memorialized anywhere but in our “misnamed” name.

Frenchtown New Jersey empty field that became the Field of Dreams (commercial and residential space in the years since this story was written.

Second idea: Borough of Frenchtown Parking Lot. In the late 1990′s I owned a store in town, and it was clearly evident every weekend that this little town had a huge parking problem. This problem has only gotten worse with the recent growth in the retail trade and with our popular new restaurants. It would truly be a sin however if this entire property became a huge expanse of ugly black tar. If some smart developer can work a paid parking lot into his or her plans, the town would benefit greatly.

Third idea: With the help of a major corporate sponsor, the site is large enough to become The Delaware River Museum of Art and History. I have thought for decades now that the area needs a good local repository for our history and our culture. Frenchtown in many ways needs an institution. This grand idea is one of my pie-in-the-sky dreams for my little town that I know will never come true.

According to town rumors, the property is sold, and plans are already in the works for a mixed commercial residential development that will greatly change the nature of the site and of French Town itself.

Another site and the plans of redevelopment for it dwarf this project to make it seem insignificant.

The Riegel Field of Metal, Asphalt, and Transformers

The former Riegel Paper Company property, located in Alexandria Township and Milford borough, just north of Frenchtown has been purchased by Oneill Properties of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

Oneill properties have a history of transforming abandoned industrial money-pit properties into thriving residential and commercial pieces of real estate. I think that Frenchtown, Milford, and Alexandria Township are exceptionally lucky to have such a company willing to invest millions of dollars to remove an environmental and aesthetic monster from the landscape.

In their announced preliminary plans, they laid out a proposal for some 800 new homes on the property and an almost complete destruction of all the existing buildings. According to the Del-Val News, local officials were shocked and dismayed at what the corporation proposed.
My concern here is that if local officials give this well-respected company too much grief, they will just sell off the property to someone with less credibility and funding. I am not saying that this property could actually hold those 800 homes, and I know that the local roads and schools would be sorely taxed to handle this new influx of families, but some smaller but still ambitious plans should be possible for this site that sorely needs help. It is not like some of the developments popping up throughout Hunterdon County that are eating up precious green space and the open land that gives our county its charm and unique flavor. This plan would take a ghost factory and infuse it with life and if done correctly restore some of the natural beauty of this property that lies right along the Delaware River.

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Thanksgiving in New Jersey

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My mother wasn’t much of a cook, so when Thanksgiving came around, we all looked forward to going to Grandma’s house for dinner. Mom would make a couple of her box-top recipe dishes she was famous for, the green bean casserole and her sweet potatoes with marshmallows and Karo Syrup. Every branch of the family would bring a few dishes, so by the time it was all assembled, we had about 10 times more than we needed. Mom’s dishes fit right in with this huge strange family feast. Today, I’d give anything to have Mom and her box-top recipes back for just one more Thanksgiving at Grandma’s.

Here are some events you might want to check out after you get back from your own Grandma’s house on this 48th weekend of the year. In North Jersey, there’s Cinematic Titanic in Newark on Saturday and Nunsense in Chester all weekend. In Central Jersey, the Nutcrackers in Manasquan, the Messiahs in Princeton, and a Santa’s Coming Out in Trenton. In South Jersey, The Pier Shops are open on Thanksgiving Day and the Little Prince opens on Friday at Cape May Stage.

In every region of the state, Christmas Tree Farms will be open for their first big weekend of the season starting on Friday morning. Be sure and check them out in our tree farm guide for Jersey.

Thanksgiving Weekend in North Jersey:

Christmas In The Ballantine House
NEWARK – Enliven the holiday spirit and step back in time to 1891 for a traditional Victorian Christmas at the Newark Museum’s annual exhibition, Christmas in the Ballantine House: Feasting with Family and Friends, on view from Friday, November 26 through January 2, 2011. Daily tours of the Ballantine House will run throughout December at 2 pm.

Cinematic Titanic
NEWARK – Cinematic Titanic will be performed on Saturday, November 27 at 6:30 & 9:30 at the Victoria Theater of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. Remember television’s Mystery Science Theatre 3,000 (MST3K) with Crow, Dr. Forrester, and Tom Servo? Now, the creator and original cast of MST3K bring their masterful movie riffing LIVE to NJPAC, featuring the same team that first brought the cult classic to life: MST3K creators Joel Hodgson and more.

Gustav Stickley Exhibition
NEWARK – Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement, the first nationally touring exhibition to offer a comprehensive examination of the work of Gustav Stickley, considered by many to be the patriarch of the movement, will have its premiere at the Newark Museum, September 15. Organized by the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA), the exhibition examines Stickley’s contributions to the American Arts and Crafts movement during the most productive time of his life.

Nunsense the Musical
CHESTER – A hilarious musical you won’t want to miss!  Nunsense begins when the Little Sisters of Hoboken discover that their cook, Sister Julia, Child of God, has accidentally poisoned 52 of the sisters, and they are in dire need of funds for the burials. The sisters decide that the best way to raise money is to put on a variety show, so they take over the school auditorium.

Thanksgiving Weekend in Central Jersey:

Focus On Fiber Art Holiday Reception
FRENCHTOWN – Focus On Fiber Art, a new gallery dedicated to promoting fiber and textile art and artists is ending the year with a holiday reception To Everything There Is A Season, on Saturday, November 27th between 4 and 8 pm. Owner and resident artist, Elena Stokes, a quilt artist as well as a fiber artist, opened the gallery in May of this year. The reception will celebrate the successful first year of the gallery as well as give thanks to all the loyal customers.

Santa is Coming Out
TRENTON – A Passage Theatre favorite, Jeffery Solomon (MotherSon) returns to Trenton’s Mill Hill Playhouse with his hilarious, clever, and endearing new one-man comedy Santa Claus is Coming Out, directed by Joe Brancato. This special event will be on stage for two performances only on Saturday, November 27 at 8 pm and Sunday, November 28 at 3 pm. Developed at Penguin Rep Theatre, Santa Claus is Coming Out, is a theatrical mock-u-mentary.

Festival of Trees
CLINTON – Begin a new family tradition by joining us for this year’s Festival of Trees with hot cider, music, lights, and ornaments galore! This event showcases a collection of beautifully decorated Christmas trees and wreaths and is a wonderful kick-off to the holiday season.  Trees and wreaths decorated by local individuals, organizations, and businesses will be on display and up for auction.

Celebrating Our Diversity
EAST BRUNSWICK – The East Brunswick Museum Corporation presents its 2010 Holiday Display – “Celebrating Our Diversity”.   Local organizations have been invited to participate in decorating a tree or Museum case.   The exhibit will open with a public reception on Sunday, November 28, 2010, from 1-4 pm and will remain on display through January 10, 2011.

Handel’s Messiah
PRINCETON – Nassau Presbyterian Church invites the public to hear some of the most beloved words and music from Part One of Handel’s masterpiece, Messiah, sung by a choir and soloist from Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church and Nassau Presbyterian Church, accompanied by a community orchestra of members and friends of both churches. The soloist will include Beverly Owens, soprano; Carlensha Bethea Grady, soprano; Carol Fagundus, mezzo-soprano; Nerissa Thompson, mezzo, and more.


Homage to Julie Andrew’s Antiques on the Square in Easton, Pennsylvania

The following is the main content from one of my first websites, a small site built totally in basics HTML for a local antique cooperative that I was involved with. The store was Antiques on the Square and it was owned and managed by a marvelous lady named Julie Andrews. Julie was a friend of ours that died a few years back and every time we head north on River Road, have a martini, or see a sign that says Easton, We instantly think of Julie. For us, she has never died and she always seems near. She is our personal Casper the friendly ghost.

Julie was in the antique business for decades. She had been in antique co-ops in the Poconos and all over Eastern Pennsylvania. We first met her at her shop on Northhampton Street called Granny’s Cupboard. We went there for years before we moved in and rented space from her. After some time, we ended up moving up the street with her to the main square, where she changed the name of the shop to Antiques on the Square. We had a great time there and we made a friend among friends, named Julie Andrews. Here’s to you, Julie.

Julie’s Emporium Antiques on the Square was a group of over 20 antique dealers housed in a 5,000-square-foot antique mall in the center of Easton Pennsylvania. The store closed a few years back and Julie passed away some time ago. This page is our tribute to Julie and the good times we had together. She is deeply missed. These were some of the dealers who had booths at the shop. (Click on the name to see the antique dealers specialty):

Digger’s Delight
Digger’s Delight has a space located at Julie’s directly in the middle of the store, where you’ll find Primitive Furniture and Country Collectibles, cast iron architecturals, prints, paintings and pottery. Digger is always bringing in new items several times a week and his space is always overflowing.
The Emporium Collection
The Emporium Collection features antique and vintage memorabilia from Easton and the surrounding area including: Milk Bottles, Post Cards and Ephemera. Currently we have a large group of Hotel Easton Post Cards for sale.
We are always interesting in buying Easton PA Memorabilia, Advertising, and Ephemera. Give us a call at (610) 252 6766 and ask for Julie. We buy individual pieces as well as entire collections. Whether you have a Post Card, a Bottle, a Victorian Trade Card or a Seitz Beer Sign or Tray we want to talk to you.
EJB Antiques
EJB Antiques specializes in Advertising and Ephemera. She has an electrified spinning case in the store chocked full of marvelous little collectibles from Antique and Vintage Tins, Tobacco Collectibles, Small Rubber and Metal Toys and Cars, Silver Spoons, and more.
EJB also loves vintage advertising crates, depression era bowls, china, ceramics, figurines, Victorian Tables, Small Eastlake Furniture and Antique Chairs.
Granny’s Cupboard Antiques is the original name of our store, and the owner is Julie Andrews. Many years ago Julie started with her first store in town when she took over Dylan Spencer Antiques.
Julie’s has an eclectic and extensive selection of antique and vintage furniture on hand, with our inventory changing often. This furniture ranges in style from Vintage Modern to Victorian Formal to Antique Primitive Farm pieces.
Whether you are looking for a dining room table, a Vintage Upholstered Chair, or a Country Cupboard, you should come and visit us. If we don’t have it, we will be glad to tell you about where you might find just what you are looking for.
Howard’s Furniture Care Products
Jeanette’s Antiques at Julie’s sells Howard’s Products. These magic formulas work wonders on fine wood furniture with watermarks, rings, scratches and discoloration. The Restor-A-Finish Scratch Hider works to restore the finish by evening out the varnish blemishes on Oak, Mahogany, and Cherry wood furniture. Applied with a 4-0 steel wool pad, Scratch Hider has transformed many a table, chair, and buffet for us, and it will work for you too.
The Feed-N-Wax, with Orange Oil and Beeswax, is marvelous for giving moisture and color back to unvarnished wood that has gotten dry and dull.
Julie and Co. Antiques
Julie and Co. Antiques is a group of consignors that sell their items throughout our 5,000 square foot store. The quality, rarity and variety of these items are some of the best in our store. Some of our consignors are World Travelers and we never quite know what they will show up with next.
Some of the other items we recently have consigned are a Rolling Rock Chalk Horse Figure, an Antique Powder Horn, and 2 Planters Peanuts Banks.
Others include: Antique Stained and Leaded Glass Windows and a group of small Bronze Statues.
Jeanette’s Antiques
Jeanette’s Antiques specializes in Antique and Vintage Furniture , Products to restore and care for furniture, and Accessories to compliment that furniture in a broad range of styles and prices.
Jeanette loves Country Oak Tables and Rockers, Dressers , Mahogany Vanity Tables, and small Sidetables. She also carries a line of New Cobalt Blue Glass Decor pieces (Curtain Tie-backs, etc.), Cast Iron Flying Pig Figures, New Phrenology Heads and more.
Jim Coughlin Antiques
Jim’s space in our store is located along the Western or left wall of the store as you come in towards the back of the store. Jim always has a fully stocked booth with some incredible bargains and some hidden treasures.
Jim specializes in Oak furniture, Depression Glass, Homer Laughlin Dinnerware and Kitchen Utensils. Recently Jim had a humongous vintage Irish Pub sign for sale along with a large selection of vintage costume jewelry.
JVJ Antiques, Art + Home Decor
John-Val-John’s space is located at the front of the store on the left hand side as you walk in. They are always changing their space and move through merchandise very quickly.
JVJ specializes in Paintings, Engravings, Maps and Antique Books. They also carry Primitive and Formal Furniture, Mirrors, Lamps, Architecturals, and Upholstered Chairs and Couches at exceptional prices.
Folk Art by Rich Connolly
Rich’s chalkware figures are hand cast in Antique German and Dutch Chocolate Molds, many dating back as far as 1860. Each one is hand painted, antiqued, and then signed and numbered. His work has appeared in Country Living and Colonial Homes Magazine. Currently we have in stock a wide array of his Halloween, Easter and Christmas pieces.
Sonya’s Antiques and Ephemera
Sonya’s is located at the back of the store on the left hand side next to Ingridable Design’s Red Room. Sonya’s booth is filled with fabulous ephmera, vintage photos and advertising. There are always some great surprises to be found here!!! Recently she had a marvelous old home made primitive sign in primitive colors that sold within a day and a vintage Welcome Home Flag from WWII (also sold within a few days)
She also sells Glass, China, Funky Primitives, Antique Enamelware, and Christmas Collectibles.

New Jersey

Halloween Weekend Guide for Jersey

This story has moved to Go2! Originally published on our much acclaimed New Jersey site, it now lives here as a guide to the type of celebrations that you can enjoy in the garden state for Halloween. There are bound to be some of these events still going on strong after all these years and others that aren’t around anymore.

My friend Anne told me a ghost story this week. In Upper Black Eddy there used to be this woman named Witchy Walberg. She’d moved out here from the city and bought an old house on a mountaintop after she’d gotten rich selling a tool that made the perfect pie crust. She built a tower onto the house to look out over the valley and the river in the distance. On the weekends she’d invite friends out to take ghost tours of her haunted house. Her neighbors thought this was quite funny. They’d lived there their entire lives and never heard anything about any ghosts. They said that she must have brought the ghosts with her when she moved in. They loved to make fun of her and one night Charlie Potter decided to get these old ghost hunters good. He took some scissors, cut two holes in a sheet, threw it over his head and hopped on his motorcycle, and rode up and down the road in front of the crowd. The next day Charlie overheard somebody saying that the ghost hunters had thought that he was part of the show.

You too can be part of the show this weekend in a Halloween parade or costume contest near you. Here’s my bewitching forecast for the fifth weekend of October of 2010, the 44th weekend of the year. In North Jersey, there’s a Day of the Dead Party at the Newark Museum, a spooky celebration for the kids at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, and a wacky pumpkin catapult competition in Belvidere. In Central Jersey, there’s a $5,000.00 costume contest and Circus of Hell Party in Asbury Park, a walk through Riverside Cemetery in Clinton, and a Live Dead concert in Red Bank. In South Jersey, there’s a $20,000.00 costume contest at the Borgata, a War of the Worlds event in Cape May, and the second largest Halloween parade in the world is held in Toms River on Saturday night.

The events are listed below by region with a little more detail and a link to the main event listing page. You can now bookmark our This Weekend in New Jersey Page so that you can come back and get the updates for every weekend in the same place. 

Halloween Weekend in North Jersey:

Last Fling Pumpkin Sling October 30 and 31, Belvidere, Warren County

BELVIDERE – Sponsored by the Highlands Tourism Partnership, the Last Fling Pumpkin Sling will encourage students in junior high, high school, or involved in civic groups to build a catapult or trebuchet that can sling a pumpkin. The project will be a collaboration of brain and brawn as students work together as a team. The teams will come together to compete on October 30 & 31, 2010 at Hensler Farms on Route 519 just outside of Belvidere, NJ.

Morris Museum, Halloween Family Festival, Saturday, Morristown, Morris County

MORRISTOWN – Enjoy a day of spooky fun for the entire family at the Morris Museum’s Halloween Family Festival on Saturday, October 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine. The cost for the festival is $7/child, $10/adult (free for museum members), which includes admission to the museum and a 1 p.m. show of the …

Pumpkin Land Festival, Friday, Saturday, Vernon, Sussex County

VERNON – Ten acres of fun await you at the 2010 Pumpkin Land Festival in Vernon, New Jersey. The festival runs from September 18th to  October 31st,  including Columbus Day. The festival begins with a hayride to the pumpkin patch along the scenic countryside showcasing the rich history and the beautiful landscape of the Vernon Valley. After the hayride you …

Dia De Los Muertos, Day Of The Dead, Saturday, Newark, Essex County

NEWARK – Celebrate with friends and family the age-old customs of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) at the Newark Museum on Saturday, October 30, from 12:30 pm -4:30 pm.  Be part of this exciting Latino Heritage Festival on a fun-filled day to honor the spirit and rich cultural heritage of generations gone before with live music and dance, gallery tours, and more

Chester Halloween Costume Contest and Parade, Sunday, Chester

CHESTER – Chester’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest and Parade will be held on Halloween, Sunday, October 31st, 2010 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Does your little monster have a fang-tastic costume?  If so, Historic Chester invites you to join their Annual Halloween Costume Contest and Parade. Trick or Treating throughout Downtown Chester will begin at 2:00 pm.  The parade line-up will begin at 4:30 pm at …

Haunted Acres Hayride, Friday, Saturday, Vernon, Sussex County

VERNON: At day’s end, the tormented spirits of forgotten villagers rise out of the darkness along the Haunted Acres Hayride every Friday and Saturday night. The horror-filled hayride travels through an abandoned village hidden along trails through overgrown cornfields and woods. The evil and troubled ghost of a young girl leads the hayride into the eerie and gruesome undertakings …

Spooktacular, Friday and Saturday, Halloween at the Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, Hudson County

JERSEY CITY – For a creepy Halloween treat, check out Liberty Science Center’s “Things That go Bump in the Night” Spooktacular, featuring classic monsters on October 29th and 30th from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Let your imagination run wild just before Halloween!  Teens and adults will thrill to the fearsome factors in a dark and dangerous maze where “things go bump in the night,” and then see hair-raising live science shows, electrifying entertainers, and creepy costumed …

Halloween Weekend in Central Jersey:

Halloween Pumpkin Path, Haunted House, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Warren Somerset County

WARREN – The Wagner Farm Arboretum will host a Brite Nites Halloween Event on two consecutive weekends: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 22, 23, 24, and 29, 30, and 31. The event will feature a Pumpkin Path and Haunted House Showcase.  This first-of-its-kind event, Brite Nites will consist of a pumpkin path that wanders through the fields and gardens …

$5,000.00 Halloween Costume Contest and Circus of Hell Party Saturday, Asbury Park, Monmouth County

ASBURY PARK – Pyramid Productions brings one of the biggest and scariest Halloween parties in Asbury Park every year with past parties including “the Halloween Block Party in 2008 and the Shining at the Berkeley in 2009. This year’s party titled the Circus of Hell is sure to be the biggest to date that the city has seen in decades. Hosted at the Convention Hall on October 30, this event will raise the deceased as it awards over $5000.00 in costume and cash prizes. “This year’s party is not your ordinary …

Halloween at the State Theatre Trick or Treat – Friday – New Brunswick – Middlesex County

NEW BRUNSWICK – On Halloween, the State Theatre presents Leo Lionni’s Swimmy, Frederick & Inch by Inch performed by the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia on Sunday, October 31, 2010, at 11 am. Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia transforms three of Leo Lionni’s Caldecott Honor books into an enchanting theatrical experience for kids. Also, parents and kids can kick off …

Live Dead – Recreation of Grateful Dead Songs – Saturday – Red Bank – Monmouth County 

RED BANK – In just 9 months of 1970, the Grateful Dead recorded and released their 4th and 5th studio albums, Workingman’s Dead and American Beauty. Featuring 18 songs like “Uncle John’s Band,” “Casey Jones” “Box of Rain,” “Friend of the Devil,” “Sugar Magnolia,” “Ripple,” “Brokedown Palace,” and “Truckin’,” they fused rock, blues, bluegrass, folk and especially country music, changing the direction of the band, and popular music overall away from psychedelia toward a traditional …

Riverside Cemetery Walk – Saturday – Clinton – Hunterdon County

The Silent City: A Walk Through The Riverside Cemetery will be presented on October the 30th, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. Once again mayor and town historian extraordinaire Allie McGaheran lends her expertise for an informative walking tour of two of Clinton’s most interesting cemeteries, the Riverside Cemetery and Clinton Presbyterian Church Cemetery located on Center Street in Clinton. Mrs. McGaheran will discuss the history of several notable local residents and historical dignitaries who have been …

Corn Maze and Cider Making at Howell Living History Farm – Saturday, Sunday – Titusville – Mercer County

TITUSVILLE – The Howell Living History Farm in Titusville will host two events this weekend: a corn maze and an apple cider-making demonstration.  The events are part of the farm’s extensive education program. There’s always something happening there. The apple cider-making demonstration features all the tools and methods required to make apple cider as well as apple …

Haunted Mill – Friday – Clinton – Hunterdon County

CLINTON — Covering over nine acres of haunted terrain, this bone-chilling fund-raiser benefits both the Red Mill Museum Village and the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department. This year’s event will take place on Friday and Saturday nights October 15, 16, 22, 23, and 29, from 6:30 pm to midnight, and is seeking community and business support to make this our biggest Halloween extravaganza ever. Talented helpers with any and all skills are in demand. Produced by Jennifer Frick and Roy … 

Brew & Chocolate – Sunday – Flemington – Hunterdon County

FLEMINGTON – Spirits of Brew & Chocolate will abound at Main Street Manor in Flemington, New Jersey, on Sunday, October 31, 2010, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.. With Halloween just around the corner, if you’re seeking some grown-up temptations for the witching hour, join us here at the Inn! Heart-pounding appetizers, potions made with local wine, and our favorite palm reader Joan will be available for readings from 3 or 4 until 5 pm…then our Main event begins! 

Halloween Weekend in South Jersey:

Toms River Halloween Parade – Saturday – Toms River – Ocean County

TOMS RIVER – The Toms River Halloween Parade is the second-largest Halloween parade in the world. The 73rd annual parade will be held Saturday, October 30th on Main Street. The parade, sponsored by the Toms River Volunteer Fire Company #1  draws as many as 100,000 visitors and 6,000 participants from all over South Jersey. It’s such a big …

$20,000.00 Halloween Costume Contest – Saturday –  Atlantic City – Atlantic County

ATLANTIC CITY – Celebrate Halloween at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and dress to win over $20,000 in prizes awarded to the best costumes of the weekend! Kick-start the holiday on Saturday, October 30th with Twilight star Kellan Lutz and continue the party on Sunday, October 31st with True Blood’s Joe Manganiello before dancing the night away on Monday, November 1st with the …

Tunes from the Crypt Spooky Organ Music and Walking Ghost Tour – Friday – Salem – Salem County

SALEM —With Halloween fast approaching, the Salem County Cultural & Heritage Commission and the Salem County Arts Alliance are presenting an appropriately bone-chilling evening of entertainment for the whole family on Friday evening, October 29, 2010. “Tunes from the Crypt” features Joanne Koerber Owen at the …

Not SoOo Scary Halloween – Friday – Chesterfield – Burlington County

CHESTERFIELD – Join the staff at Fernbrook Farms Education Center on Friday, October 22 and 29, 2010 from 6:30-8:30 pm for our annual Not SoOo Scary Halloween event in Chesterfield, New Jersey. This is Fernbrook’s alternative to the haunted hayride and it is geared toward ages 10 and under for an exciting event to help younger ones enjoy the holiday. Bring the whole family to play some fun Halloween games and join us on a wagon ride around the farm to meet and learn about some fun spirits from …

Ghost Tour of Ocean City – Saturday – Ocean City – Cape May County

OCEAN CITY – Do you believe in ghosts? Push aside the cobwebs of Ocean City’s buried past and unearth bone-chilling tales of real haunted houses, true ghost stories, and where they buried the bodies! Join us for a Candlelight Walking Tour every Saturday at 8:00 pm through Halloween. Tours depart from 9th Street and Asbury Avenue in front of …

Cape May Halloween – Murder Mystery Dinners – Haunted Houses – Ghost Tours – Friday, Saturday, Sunday – Cape May – Cape May County

CAPE MAY — Discover what makes Victorian Cape May a hotbed for paranormal activity from Friday, October 15th through Sunday, October 31st. Seaside spirits take up residence in their favorite historic haunts, spooky sights, and sounds surround the City, and things are going bump in the night for more than two weeks. Embrace the other side of Cape May and get in the spirit of the season with Halloween-themed tours and events including ghost trolley tours, and spooky tours of Cape May’s original haunted house.

Ocean City Halloween Parade – October 29 – Ocean City – Cape May County

OCEAN CITY –  The 63rd annual Halloween Parade will take place on Thursday, October 28th beginning at 7:15 pm. The Ocean City Exchange Club, in conjunction with the City of Ocean City, organizes and sponsors the event. The parade, one of the longest-running of its kind in New Jersey, will march along Asbury Avenue from 6th to …

War of the Worlds in Cape May – Friday, Saturday – Cape May – Cape May County

CAPE MAY—Relive the most famous Halloween in New Jersey history when the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities and Shadow Stalkers turn back the clock to October 30th, 1938 for “Cape May’s War of the Worlds” from Friday, October 29th through Saturday, October the 30th. New in 2010, the Looking Glass Mystery Adventure Weekends are a series of nonstop, think-on-your-feet investigations into some very unusual crimes. “Cape May’s War of the Worlds” is the theme for the weekend-long …

Haunted Prison – Friday, Saturday – Mount Holly – Burlington County

MOUNT HOLLY – The Haunted Prison is a haunted attraction that is built within the massive courtyard of the Burlington County Prison Museum in Mount Holly, New Jersey. Yes, It is very scary! One of the scariest in the tri-state area. Excerpt from The Burlington County Prison Museum Website: The “dungeon” or maximum-security cell, was in the center of the top floor. That location was carefully chosen to prevent escape by digging, to minimize communication with criminals in the cell blocks, and to ensure constant surveillance by guards making rounds. This was the only cell without a fireplace. It is flanked by niches for guards or …

Halloween in the Wildwoods – Halloween Parade – Fair – Haunted House – The Wildwoods – Cape May County

THE WILDWOODS – Halloween in the Wildwoods kicks off on Thursday, October 28 at 6:30 p.m. with the 5th Annual Centennial Trunk or Treat hosted by the Wildwood Crest Recreation Department. The event consists of adults bringing their Halloween-decorated vehicles to the Wildwood Crest Pier parking lot at Heather Road and Ocean Avenue, where they will distribute candy from the trunks of their vehicles to children outfitted for Halloween. The event includes other Halloween-related activities, a DJ …



Test Cars of Summer fix

Cars of Summer is a huge car show held every Fourth of July weekend in Worcester, Massachusetts. The setting for the show is the 480 acre Green Hill Park that features ponds, rolling hills, a golf course, and a zoo. See the 2016 winner’s list below.

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The current show management team took over in 2013. That team’s attention to detail, friendliness, and organization impressed us from the first time we contacted them to the moment we arrived at the park. There’s a virtual army of volunteers that make this show work.

The car show goes to great lengths to put on a good show for the entire family. Cars of Summer is not just a car show. Other activities this year included bounce houses, food trucks, a petting zoo, an auction, concerts, costumed characters, a flea market, knockerball (inflatable balls that you crawl inside of to play a soccer like game), paintball, a kid’s zone, monster truck rides and a Saturday night cruise through downtown Worcester.

Some of our favorite cars this year were the yellow 1954 Ford Truck, Mike’s green and white 47 Ford Truck, the showstopping, modern and odd design of the creamy butter yellow 1954 Kaiser Darrin, and the 1940’s Jupiter Fire Department Ambulance. We also loved the sleek black McLaren 570S, the red convertible GTO, the purple streetrod, and the 1929 Ford Model A Woody Station Wagon with a pull-out canopy and camping rig.

We only had a few hours to check out the show this year on one day. We’re looking forward to going back next year and spending a lot more time there. This show is an outstanding event in a great location with lots of friendly and knowledgeable people.

We have endeavored to correctly identify all of our cars and trucks for this article and for the photo galleries. If we have made a mistake, please write us and let us know. We want to correctly tag all of these masterpieces of car design and automotive history. You can help us and your fellow readers by helping us get things right.

Cars of Summer Photo Sampler

2016 Car of Summer Car Show Winners List

2016 Best of Show Winner: Jim and Cheri Drew – 1955 Nash Ambassador

Cars of Summer Show Car Represent @ Super Wheels Show, Boston MA

Gary & Laurie Labonte – 1941 Willys Coupe
Ron Perkins – 1932 Rockne Model 65

Cars of Summer Top 50 Winners:

Frank Iaconi – 71 Pontiac GTO
Ed Parady – 33 Dodge
Joe Safron – 32 Ford Roadster
Jon Lightbody – 72 Chevy Monte Carlo
Laura Shepherd – 68 Olds Cutlass 442
Greg Crisson – 71 Chevelle SS
Doato Fraoili – 70 Pontiac GTO Judge
Herb & Susan Peterson – 67 Plymouth Belvedere GTX
Don & Mary Oleski – 37 Pontiac Coupe
Dave Gozdor – 69 Nova SS
Wally McQuiston – 64 Nova SS
Michael Camosse – 47 Ford Pickup
Nick Walls – 65 427 Super Cobra
Steve Colacchio – 81 Pontiac Trans Am
Bill Boland – 70 Plymouth Roadrunner
Jim & Lisa Nicholson – 65 Chevy Malibu
Paul Brealt – 65 Mustang Fastback
Rome & Pat Desrosier – 67 Chevy Nova
Richard Rivera – 55 Chevy Bel Air
Brian Haganey – 59 Ford F100
K Weigold – 32 Ford Model B
Fran Banfill – 74 Chevy El Camino
Scott Rosen – 83 Blazer
George Baffoni – 66 Pontiac GTO
Vincent Hemmeter- 1929 Ford A Camper
Richard Bulcafine – 34 Ford Roadster
Richard Smith – 32 Hupp mobile
Charlie Adams – 66 Cobra
Ron Latourneau – 63 Ford TBird
Anthony Merolla – 70 Buick Skylark Convertible
Karen & Mark Blanchard – 64 Buick Electra 225
Karen & Mark Blanchard – 55 Jaguar XK140
Andrew Huppe – 73 Charger
Marie King – 46 Chevy Pick up
Johnny Parsekian – 28 Ford 2dr Sedan
Dominic Masiello – 30 Ford A
Don M – 55 Chevy Bel Air
John Burton – 29 Ford Tudor
Jorge Rodriquez – 51 Chevy Styleline
Charley Camosse – 39 Cadillac Imperial
John Fields – 55 Chevy Bel Air
Rich Vitello – 82 Camaro Pace Car
Andrew Borden – 02 Pontiac Firebird WS6
Tia Testa – 2014 Tonka Truck
David – 94 Pontiac Trans Am
Robert Bourn – 70 Charger
Nick Mascia – 76 Ford Bronco
Sherm Wetherbee – 1914 Ford
Frank Rano – 32 Ford Coupe

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