Second Friday by the Bay returns
COMMERCIAL – The Bayshore Middle at Bivalve will host Second Friday by the Bay from 5:30 to eight:30 p.m. April 9.
The occasion will characteristic music by the Eddie Morgan Duo plus an opportunity to view the Shipwreck exhibit, which incorporates deep-sea artifacts recovered by Capt. Gene Peterson throughout his 50-years of diving expertise. Visitors may additionally get pleasure from beer, wine, oysters from the uncooked bar and café fare from the Oyster Cracker Café.
The middle is at 2800 Excessive St., in Port Norris.
For info, name (856) 785-2060 or go to Bayshorecenter.org.
Battleship New Jersey hosts Vietnam Battle Dwelling Historical past Day
CAMDEN – The Battleship New Jersey will host the annual Vietnam Battle Dwelling Historical past Day from 11 a.m. to three p.m. April 10 to commemorate the anniversary of the re-commissioning of the USS New Jersey into the Vietnam Battle on April 6, 1968.
Visitors touring the Battleship through the occasion might view Vietnam Battle artifacts and re-enactors along with touring the Battleship.
Contributors and friends should move the ship’s well being screening, put on a face overlaying and observe social distancing.
Timed tickets are required. Tickets are $24.95 for adults, $19.95 for ages 62 and older, veterans and youngsters ages 5 to 11, and $5 for kids age 4 and youthful.
For info, name (866) 877-6262 or go to www.battleshipnewjersey.org.
Wheaton dialog focuses on studio glass
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Middle will host Wheaton Conversations: Voices in Studio Glass at 6 p.m. April 8 by way of Zoom.
Be a part of Wheaton Arts in a dialog with the co-organizers of Voices in Studio Glass Historical past: Artwork and Craft, Maker and Place, and the Crucial Writings and Pictures of Paul Hollister, a multi-media, web-based digital exhibition, and publication. Hosted by Bard Graduate Middle, this venture builds upon the work of critic and historian Paul Hollister. It rethinks and reinterprets the historical past of postwar American studio glass.
Registration is required.
For info, name (856) 825-6800 or go to www.wheatonarts.org.
South Camden Theatre Firm presents ‘Pipeline’
South Camden Theatre Firm, which is working laborious to climate the storm of the COVID-19 pandemic, plans to current its total 2021 season by way of streaming video.
The primary manufacturing, “Pipeline” by Dominique Morisseau can be launched for streaming April 9 to 11 and 16 to 18.
The title refers to 2 completely different sorts of institutionalized segregation. Within the first, “gifted and gifted” college students are culled from the public-school system and given accelerated classroom experiences. The second refers back to the schools-to-prison syndrome that plagues poor, principally inner-city, and principally African-American households like these within the host metropolis of Camden.
The playwright is an government story editor on Showtime’s “Shameless” and the creator of “The Detroit Challenge,” a trilogy of performs together with “Skeleton Crew.”
Tickets are $15, besides $5 for Camden residents. Ticketholders could have 48-hours to observe the present.
For info, name (866) 811-4111 or go to www.southcamdentheatre.org.
RCSJ and No Pants Productions current ‘No Pants, Please’
VINELAND – The Rowan School of South Jersey Cumberland campus Theater Division and No Pants Productions invite viewers to get pleasure from a digital night of scenes and monologues at 7 p.m. April 9 by way of Zoom.
“No Pants, Please,” directed by Deborah Bradshaw, with technical route supplied by Patrick Ahearn, will characteristic theater division alumni performing a few of their favourite scenes and monologues.
Picks will embody scenes from “August: Osage County,” “Proof,” “Virginia Wolfe” and “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.”
A spotlight of this system would be the Fowler sisters, Amanda (2011), Brooke (2015) and Jessica (2022), becoming a member of collectively for a scene from “Laundry & Bourbon.”
This system is free, however registration is required.
To register, go to tinyurl.com/RCSJ-NoPants.
Ocean Metropolis to host comedian ebook and memorabilia present
OCEAN CITY – Ocean Metropolis will host a Comedian E-book and Memorabilia Present from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 10 on the Music Pier.
This modified occasion can be vendor-specific.
It should not embody the cosplay, dialogue panels, superstar appearances or Tremendous Hero Runs, which had been a part of previous occasions.
Capability limits can be in place.
The Music Pier is at Boardwalk and Moorlyn Terrace.
For info, name (609) 399-6111 or go to ocnj.us.
Monopoly Metropolis Music Sequence continues on-line and at Bourre
ATLANTIC CITY – Bourré will current the second live performance within the Monopoly Metropolis Music Sequence at 7 p.m. April 8.
The live performance, which will be loved reside at Bourré or streamed on-line by way of numerous channels, will profit the Atlantic Metropolis Theatre Firm and the performers. The sequence was created to indicate assist for small companies, eating places, golf equipment and the leisure trade, which have all been considerably impacted by COVID-19 shutdowns.
Mike “AC Mike” Lopez would be the emcee. He can be joined by on-air character Whitney Ullman of The Metropolis Pulse. Telegraph Hill Information’ artists together with The Foes of Fern, Alexander Simone and WhoDat, and Des and The Swagmatics are scheduled to carry out.
Tickets are $15 for common admission or $100 for a VIP sales space, which seats as much as 4 individuals.
The present can be streamed to varied Fb accounts together with: WeStar (additionally on Twitch, YouTube and Instagram), Bourré, Atlantic Metropolis Theatre Firm, AC Mike, The Metropolis Pulse, the performers, and Lisa Johnson Communications.
Bourré is at 201 S. New York Ave.
For tickets, go to westarproductions.co/bourre
For info, name (609) 246-6670 or go to https://bourreatlanticcity.com.
Dine in or take out! It’s restaurant week in Collingswood
COLLINGSWOOD – Collingswood will have a good time eating in and taking out throughout “A Style of Collingswood/Restaurant Week,” from April 11 to 16.
Taking part eating places will provide prix fixe menus. Visitors ought to make reservations for each indoor eating and curbside.
Additionally, Haddon Avenue can be closed from 5 to eight p.m. April 14 to broaden out of doors seating.
Area is restricted.
Masks and social distancing are required.
For collaborating eating places and menus, go to Collingswood.com or https://bit.ly/2PSIUI0.
Rancocas Woods hosts plant swap and store
MOUNT LAUREL – Rancocas Woods will host a plant swap and store from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 10 at 118 Creek Highway. The rain date is April 11.
There can even be distributors, music by Echo Child and Bear Palace, meals vans and extra.
For info, go to rancocaswoodseventsnshops.com or Rancocas Woods Occasions and Retailers on Fb.
Villari’s hosts spring market
WINSLOW – Villari’s Lakeside Restaurant will host a Spring Has Sprung Market, outside, from 2 to six p.m. April 11.
The market will characteristic greater than 30 distributors. Plus, friends are invited to get pleasure from meals and drinks on the restaurant.
The restaurant is at 2375 Sicklerville Highway in Sicklerville.
For info, name (856) 228-5244 or go to bit.ly/3kXhJr2.
Get pleasure from music at Smithville Historic Park
MOUNT HOLLY – Burlington County Board of County Commissioners presents Music within the Park at Smithville Historic Park.
This week’s schedule consists of:
- Dominik Wiesniewski, 2 to three:30 p.m. April 9.
- Barbie Tatum, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 10.
- Marybeth Johns, 1 to 2:30 p.m. April 10.
Inclement climate will postpone the occasions.
The park is at 803 Smithville Highway.
For an occasion schedule and knowledge, go to Burlington County Parks System on Fb.
Historic Chilly Spring Village affords ghost walks
CAPE MAY – Historic Chilly Spring Village will host Ghost Walks at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays from April by way of June. Excursions begin at Chilly Spring Brewery at 733 Seashore Highway.
These lantern-lit walks will characteristic tales of the mysterious spectral happenings as reported by village workers and revealed by paranormal investigation groups.
Tickets are $16 for ages 13 and older, $14 for village members and youngsters ages 12 and youthful, and $12 for village members age 12 and youthful. Advance ticket buy is required.
Proceeds will profit the HCSV Basis.
Masks are required.
Canine will not be allowed on these walks.
For info, name (609) 898-2300 or go to www.hcsv.org.
What’s taking place at South Jersey wineries
Right here’s a have a look at what’s taking place at some South Jersey wineries this week:
Reside Music Sequence, get pleasure from wine, meals from the Wine Bar Kitchen and music by Nick Sbaffoni, April 8, Camille Peruto, April 9, Rachel and Ty and Joey Denoble, April 10, and Matt Noffsinger and Jeff Twardzik, April 11, reservations required, Sharrott Vineyard, Hammonton, (609) 567-9463, sharrottwinery.com.
Meals Truck Friday, options wine, hearth pits, music by The Grouser Women, and meals from Prime Shelf Cell Delicacies, 5:30 to eight:30 p.m. April 9, White Horse Vineyard, Hammonton, reservations really helpful, (609) 270-1411, www.whitehorsewinery.com.
Wine and Karaoke Evening with DJ Gary Sees, 7 to 10 p.m. April 9, Summit Metropolis Vineyard, Glassboro, (856) 881-2930, summitcityfarms.com.
Music and wine, options wine, meals and music within the exterior backyard by Don’t Name Me Francis, midday to 4 p.m., and Break up Determination Duo, 5 to eight p.m.; plus, within the tasting room, the Philly Keys Dueling Pianos, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. April 10, Renault Vineyard, Egg Harbor Township, (609) 739-7670, www.renaultwinery.com.
Music, wine and a meals truck, options wine, music by Ryan Schubert from 2 to five p.m., plus The Wing Kitchen can be serving till 5 p.m.; hours 11 a.m. to six p.m. April 10, reservations really helpful, Autumn Lake Vineyard, Williamstown, (856) 516-4594, autumnlakewinery.com.
Spring Fling Weekend, options wine, spring wine cocktails, meals vans, reside music and particular tastings, midday to five p.m. April 10 and 11, Bellview Vineyard, Landisville, (856) 697-7172, bellviewwinery.com.
Wine and Music, options wine plus music by Troy Kaiser, 2 to five p.m. April 10, reservations obtainable, Hawk Haven Winery, Rio Grande, (609) 846-7347, hawkhavenvineyard.com.
Wine and Music, options wine, cheese and extra, plus music by Drugs Man, 1 to 4 p.m. April 11, Monroeville Vineyard, Monroeville, (856) 521-0523, monroevillewinery.com.
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