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5th Annual Monticello Avenue Street Festival

Event title 5th Annual Monticello Avenue Street Festival
Beginning Date Saturday September 8th, 2018 PM 0:00
Ending Date Saturday September 8th, 2018 PM 6:00
Location Monticello Avenue between Harrison and Jewett Avenues
Contact Judith Moss
Email manager@jacksonhillms.com
URL https://www.facebook.com/Monticello-Ave-Street-Festival-1173131039416341/?notif_id=1534897131461836¬if_t=page_fan
Description 5th ANNUAL MONTICELLO AVENUE STREET FESTIVAL
FEATURES ATTEMPT TO SET A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD


Jackson Hill Main Street Special Improvement District (JHMS SID) will be hosting the Fifth Annual Monticello Avenue Street Festival to be held on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 12 pm to 6pm along Monticello Avenue between Communipaw and Jewett Avenues.

This year will feature an attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the longest Soul Train line! “We hope to draw a massive crowd to put Jackson Hill and Jersey City in the record books. We are excited to host this type of event in the Jackson Hill District,” stated Michele Massey, Executive Director. “We need to have more than 426 participants in order to best the record. Come out Jersey City, let’s have some fun, and break a record!”

The Street Festival covers 6 blocks and it is our intent to grow the event as far down Monticello Avenue as possible. This will be a wonderful day for the JHMS SID filled with family friendly activities. Activities will feature main stage performances offering diverse entertainment for the whole family and there will be a special children’s area featuring games, balloon art, face painting, and a petting zoo with pony rides. The rain date for the festival is September 15.

There will be vendors with merchandise from clothing to original artwork and jewelry. There will also be a variety of delicious foods available for purchase. Interested vendors should contact the Jackson Hill Office or email manager@ jacksonhillms.com. There are vendor opportunities available.

The Festival is supported in part by JC Department of Cultural Affairs, Christine Goodman, Ex. Dir. and Mayor Steven Fulop and the City of Jersey City.



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Last Modified Thursday August 30th, 2018
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