This Week in New Jersey’s Heartland: June 5th
Visit a tasting room or check out a local festival this week in New Jersey’s Heartland!
Affordable Care Act Help
Millville Public Library
210 Buck Street, Millville
Wednesday, June 7th & Thursday, June 8th | 10 AM to 1 PM
Need help signing up for the Affordable Care Act? A trained navigator will help you enroll in a health care plan that works for you! The Center for Family Services will have Navigator Exchange Program Staff available to meet with you at the Millville Public Library.
Tap It Thursday
334 Washington Street, Hammonton
Thursday, June 8th | 5 PM to 9 PM
Each Thursday, Tomfoolery taps a new small batch brew just for their tasting room, a.k.a. “The Foolery”. Flavors may complement a holiday or season, or may just be something they know you will like. These beers don’t last long, so get to The Foolery tasting room on Thursday to guarantee yourself a pour!
WheatonArts and Cultural Center
1501 Glasstown Road, Millville
Saturday, June 10th & Sunday, June 11th | 11 AM to 5 PM
The world’s leading glass artists and collectors will gather at WheatonArts for GlassWeekend 2017. Visitors can walk through globally-inspired galleries, watch demonstrations, and meet the artists behind it all. Proceeds from the event will support WheatonArts’ Creative Glass Center of America (CGCA) Fellowship Program.
Cathedral Family Fun & Fine Arts Festival
Martin Luther King Jr. Park
Corner of Market Street and West Broadway, Salem
Saturday, June 10th | 2 PM to 6 PM
Explore creative and fine arts with your family through dance, instruments, mime, flags, art/ painting, and more. Co-sponsored by Cathedral Community Development Corporation.
Hammonton Food Truck Festival
Saturday, June 10th | 4:30 PM to 9:30 PM
The 3rd Annual Hammonton Food Truck Festival will connect food trucks and foodies alike. Go downtown for a night of unique street eats that will be sure to satisfy every taste bud. Local art and entertainment will also be on site!
Impact to Life in Salem Through Time
Friends Village Auditorium
1 Friends Drive, Woodstown
Sunday, June 11th | 1:30 PM
The Salem County Historical Society’s Quarterly Meeting will feature a presentation by local biologist Autumn Angelus. The lecture will discuss how different societies past and present have used the region’s natural treasures to live and thrive. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn more about local history!