What to do the weekend of 9/6/2013


9/6: End of Summer Party – Sandy Hook

The Sandy Hook Foundation presents its annual fond farewell to the season of summer concerts and activities on the Hook, with some of the area’s finest restaurants and caterers doing their thing they do so well, plus live music and auction items offered by a selection of local merchants. Proceeds support restoration, maintenance and education projects of the National Park Service. Party entrance is at the North Beach Pavilion near the Fort Hancock area; RSVP online.

9/6 – 9/9; Asbury Park Oysterfest                                      oysterfest

The Annual Asbury Park Oysterfest is back and better than ever! What’s the perfect recipe for a cool weekend in hottest town at the Jersey Shore? Start with fresh seafood and other culinary delights, add a dash of music, and a pinch of surprises and you have Asbury Park’s Oysterfest, a three-day culinary event you don’t want to miss. This year’s event will be held just outside the iconic Carousel building where the downtown meets the Asbury Park waterfront.

9/7 – 9/8: Skimboard Bash – Sea Bright

Skimboarding pros and enthusiasts from all over the USA converge on Sea Bright for the tenth annual two day competition; hosted on the municipal beach behind Borough Hall, and awarding trophies in categories ranging from 5-8 year olds to grownup skimbashprofessionals. There’s live music too, and the action is open to spectators free of charge!

9/7: Atlantic Highlands Annual Flea Market

A large variety of antiques and collectibles, crafts, new and as always the pre-used and hardly used variety of just about anything. There are 150 spaces which are always filled. Spaces are $25 each. You must provide your own tables.
If you would like to join us to sell please call 732-291-9337 or 732-291-4313 to request a contract.

9/8: Highlands Connors – The Sandy Hook Playground Concert

The concert will be held in Highlands, NJ, where there will be a playground built in memory of 6-year-old Daniel Barden, one of the children who died at Sandy Hook Elementary. Highlands was one of the most devastated towns hit by Super Storm Sandy, with 1250 of its 1500 homes and all of the towns businesses destroyed. As the town attempts to bounce back, it also recognizes the need to honor the children and educators lost in Newtown who have suffered far greater.

9/8: Sandy Hook – Danskin Iron Girl Competition

7:00 a.m. Sunday, September 8, 2013
Location: Gateway National Recreation Area
Women’s Only Triathlon
1/2 mile swim/10 mile bike/3 mile run