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July 10 - July 16: Fun Family Summer Time Educational Activities and more Summer Things To Do

Posted by: NJ Kids Team - July 10, 2014

HIGHLIGHTS:  WEEK OF JULY 10 - July 16

QUICKCHEK NEW JERSEY FESTIVAL OF BALLOONING

The QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning in Association with PNC Bank will once again provide up-close-and-personal experiences with hot air ballooning long before this year's 32nd annual Festival takes flight this summer.  Readington, NJ.
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THIS WEEKEND

Freedomfest State Fair
Thru Monday, July 14
Animal and pet shows, carnival, food court. Allentown.  Link

Ocean County Fair
Friday, July 11 to Saturday, July 12
4-H events, animals shows and exhibits, rides, amusements, racing pigs, home and garden competitions.  Berkeley Township.  Link

Jersey Shore Celtic Festival in Toms River
Saturday, July 12, 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
EUSPBA sanctioned pipe band and solo competitions, all grades. Children's highland games. Haggis eating contest. Vendors and more. Free admission. Toms River.  Link

Brick Fest Live Lego Fan Festival in Secaucus
Friday, July 11 to Sunday, July 13
For many, the fascination with LEGO bricks begins in childhood and endures into adulthood. The custom creations and constructions merely increase in size along with the person.  Secaucus.  Link

Bradley Beach Lobster Fest
Saturday, July 12 to Sunday, July 13
More Lobsters than ever before! * Broiled Lobster, Lobster Mac and Cheese, Lobster rolls etc * 6 bands, live emcee/DJ playing requests * over 100 craft and speciality vendors. Bradley Beach.  Link

18th Annual Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz Festival
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Every Tuesday evening in July and August (with Wednesday night rain dates) from 7pm to 9pm, throughout the downtown. We are planning nine nights of Jazz this year. Westfield.  Link

 

TIPS FOR SUMMER LEARNING WHILE ON THE GO!

When the final bell rings at the end of the school year, most kids (and adults) are more than ready to trade in homework and other educational projects for a two and half month academic hiatus. But studies have shown children lose about two months of math skills over the summer months, and students typically score lower on standardized .... Link
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Posted by: NJ Kids Team| July 10, 2014
Categories:  Fun Things To Do
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