It is hard to feel bored when you visit or even stay in New Jersey. Apart from the beautiful array of homes located throughout the state, NJ is also bustling with events all year round. If you are visiting New Jersey during February, you might want to check the following February 2018 NJ events out:
14th Annual Super ‘Plunge’ Sunday
If you think you have the mettle to brave the icy cold Atlantic Ocean, be sure to check the Super ‘Plunge’ Sunday on February 4th, 2018. The event is running in its 14th year and is slated to happen on 48th Street Beach, Brant Beach. Make sure that you register beforehand.
Morris County Winter Farmer’s Market
This is a popular indoor winter market that offers fresh seafood, locally grown produce, poultry, and more. Sustainable Morristown, Morris School District, and the Foodshed Alliance Farmers’ Access Network have partnered together to make this event possible. You can expect to find healthy locally produced food here.
The Weight Band
The Weight Band formed in the famed Woodstock, in 2013. The unforgettable rock group currently comprises Jim Weider, Brian Mitchell, and Marty Grebb. They have actually been touring for the past four years, and have even recorded a new album that captures the band’s old school vibes. However, you can be sure that their music is tweaked to suit today’s vibrant Americana base. Their performance is happening at the Bergen Performing Arts Center, on Feb 9, 2018.
The Peking Acrobats have redefined people’s perceptions of Chinese acrobatics since their inception. They have also performed with prestigious Symphony Orchestras in North America. Head on down to the Bergen Performing Arts Center, on Feb 15, 2018 and catch the troupe perform daring maneuvers, trick-cycling, precision tumbling, amazing displays of contortion, and more. They are simply the masters of grace and agility.
Maunderings by Tonya D. Lee
Maunderings is an exhibition held at Monmouth University. Tonya D. Lee will be utilizing a multi-disciplinary process of combining digital media, construction, collage, drawing, and painting to showcase her exploration of environment and nature.
Hoboken Food & Culture Tour
The event is in its ninth year and will be shining the spotlight on family businesses, where everything is still produced by hand. Compared to the food tours in NYC, event goers will be pleased that this tour offers a more authentic experience. If you are a fan of the show ‘Cake Boss,’ you will be able to visit Carlo’s City Hall Bake Shop. That’s not all. You will be able to stop by Frank Sinatra’s birthplace. Visits to points of local historical interest are part of the tour as well.
Hearth & Home
In this enthralling new exhibition, you will be able to learn more about the homes and lifestyle of Native Americans, who lived in the Eastern Woodlands and other areas of North America. Hearth & Home is a family-friendly exhibition and will be held at the New Jersey State Museum. A rare collection of house models constructed in the 1930s as well as actual artifacts used in native dwellings will be displayed!
As you can see, NJ is home to exciting events every month. It is no wonder why many people choose to live in the state. If you are looking for the latest real estate options, do not hesitate to email Josh@NJLux.com or call us at 201.568.5668 today!