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Stone Harbor 4th of July Fireworks Display Survey

2017-10-03T14:57:44-04:00

The Stone Harbor Fire Company is requesting your thoughts on the Fireworks Celebration held on July 2nd.

Please complete the survey by clicking on the link below.  Your feedback will be reviewed to help improve this event for next year.

 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9V536QR

The Stone Harbor Fire Company would like to Thank Everyone for their support for this years show.

 

Stone Harbor 4th of July Fireworks Display Survey2017-10-03T14:57:44-04:00

Stone Harbor Centennial Re-Enactment Friday, May 16th

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What was a Borough Council meeting like in a Cape May County seashore community 100 years ago?  The public will be able to witness the re-enactment of a meeting a century ago on Friday, May 16th, at the Yacht Club of Stone Harbor at 5:00pm.Stone Harbor Centennial Logo 2014

As part of its Centennial Celebration, Stone Harbor Mayor Suzanne Walters and members of the Stone Harbor Borough Council will re-enact the first-ever Council meeting that shaped Borough government 100 years ago.  The meeting will include comments and resolutions that set a local government in place on the southern end of the Seven Mile Beach.

“This will be a fun and informative way to kick off our celebration of our Borough’s history and heritage”, said Stone Harbor Mayor Suzanne Walters.  “We invite all members of the public to attend the re-enactment of the meeting and hear some of the issues that were before the first elected officials in our community”.

The first Stone Harbor Council meeting was held in 1914.  Officials had to vote on several regulations and laws; one of them prohibited spitting at Council meetings.  Stone Harbor was incorporated as a Borough by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 3, 1914.  The act was based on the results of a referendum held on April 28th, 1914.  The Borough first became an attraction in the late 19th century when a wealthy Philadelphia investor bought the property and turned it into an upscale getaway for vacationers from Philadelphia and New York.

The re-enactment of the first Council meeting is one of several special events being held by Stone Harbor throughout its Centennial year.  A Summer Centennial Concert Series will be held every other Tuesday in July and August starting on July 1st featuring Linda Gentile and the Jersey Shore Pops.  A Festival of Lights Boat Parade will be held on Saturday, August 9th.  On Saturday, September 6th the celebration culminates with the Stone Harbor Centennial Jubilee that will feature a parade, lobster bake, entertainment, games, and fireworks.

For more information, about Stone Harbor’s centennial celebration, please visit www.stoneharbornj.org.

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Stone Harbor Centennial Events

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STONE HARBOR CENTENNIAL JUBILEE 

Saturday, September 6th at 2:30pm-9:00pm
80th Street Recreation Field
Bring your beach chairs & blankets and join us for a Parade, Lobster bake by Washington Inn, Entertainment by Marnie & Nate and The Soul Cruiser, Family Games, Fireworks and more!

Parade begins at 2:30pm with festivities immediately following 80th Street Recreation Field
We would like your organization in the parade! Enter your organization or business here

http://www.stoneharborrecreation.com/9614-centennial-jubilee-parade.htm

PARADE ROUTE: All vehicles and floats will start and park at the 80th street Marina.
The parade will proceed down 80th Street  to Second Ave, turn right (South) on Second Ave. Proceed down Second Avenue to  122nd Street and turn left (North).
Proceed on Second Ave to 111th Street and turn right (East) to First Avenue. Proceed North on First Avenue to 83rd Street and turn left (West) onto Second Ave. Turn right (North) onto Second Ave and then proceed (West) on 80th Street to the Marina for parking.

Activities and games for all ages will be available 2:30pm-7:30pm: Dunk tank, baggo toss, foot races, children’s arts & crafts, face painting, pie eating contest and much more.
Entertainment begins at 3:30pm with Marnie & Nate followed by the Sensational Soul Cruisers
Lobster Bake Buffet will be available from 4:30pm-6:30pm.

LOBSTER BAKE MENU INCLUDES
Washington Inn Lobster Bake menu includes 1 1/4 lb Lobster per guest, Clams, Mussels, Sausage & Onions, Grilled Marinated Chicken, Roasted Red Potatoes, Cape May BBQ Beans,
Corn on the Cob, Cole Slaw, Watermelon, Non-Alcoholic Beverages
~Take-out available upon request~

Tickets for the Lobster Bake are available for purchase through Borough Hall, Chamber of Commerce office or Betty Carusi. $50 per ticket
Don’t forget to bring your tickets to the event! You will need to redeem your ticket.

There will be designated areas on the lawn for your chairs and blankets as well as more formal dining available under a tent.  A beer and wine garden, sponsored by the Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce, is available to enjoy before and during the concert. This is a free outdoor event which the whole family can enjoy.

Fireworks will commence at nightfall (approximately 8:15pm)

This event is rain or shine!

EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, SO PLEASE JOIN US AT OUR FINAL CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF 2014! 

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Stone Harbor Centennial Events Announced for the Borough

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Happy Birthday, Stone Harbor!
We have officially kicked off our100th year and have planned a year of fun celebrations, so save the dates!

 

Friday, May 16th 4 P.M.

Reenactment of First Council Meeting (Ceremonial only) All are invited to enjoy selection of premier Yacht Club appetizers and a cash bar after the meeting.

Yacht Club of Stone Harbor (9001 Sunset Drive).

609.368.1201

 

Tuesday, July 1st 7 P.M.

Linda Gentile & Jersey Shore Pops Centennial Concert

Borough of Stone Harbor presents Music Through the Decades with Linda Gentile and The Jersey Shore Pops. The 40s Big Band Bash with Music of Glenn Miller. 95th St. and Second Ave. Water Tower Plaza

Enjoy music, food, and a Beer and Wine Garden sponsored by

The Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

Series continues July 15th, July 29th and August 12th   609.368.6101

 

Tuesday, July 15th 7 P.M.

Linda Gentile & Jersey Shore Pops Centennial Concert

Borough of Stone Harbor presents Music Through the Decades with Linda Gentile and The Jersey Shore Pops. Sinatra Sings the 50s with Johnny Petillo. 95th St. and Second Ave. Water Tower Plaza

Enjoy music, food, and a Beer and Wine Garden sponsored by

The Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

Series continues July 29th and August 12th        609.368.6101

 

Tuesday, July 29th 7 P.M.

Linda Gentile & Jersey Shore Pops Centennial Concert

Borough of Stone Harbor presents Music Through the Decades with Linda Gentile & The Jersey Shore Pops. YESTERDAZE: The 60s starring Jim Yester of The Association. 95th St. and Second Ave.

Water Tower Plaza.

Enjoy music, food, and a Beer and Wine Garden sponsored by

The Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

Series continues August 12th           609.368.6101

 

Saturday, August 9th 7:30 P.M.

The Festival of Lights returns!

Boat Parade begins at 7:30pm at Yacht Club of Stone Harbor (9001 Sunset Drive.) Basin. All are invited to participate with decorated boats and decorated bayfront properties.       609.368.1201

 

Tuesday, August 12th 7 P.M.

Linda Gentile & Jersey Shore Pops Centennial Concert

The Borough of Stone Harbor presents Music Through the Decades with Linda Gentile and The Jersey Shore Pops. Sizzlin Seventies starring Dan Mauro. 95th St. and Second Ave. Water Tower Plaza. 7PM.

Enjoy music, food, and a Beer and Wine Garden sponsored by

 

Saturday, September 6th 2:30 P.M.

Stone Harbor Centennial Celebration Parade, Clambake and Concert

Parade begins at 2:30 PM at the 81st St. Recreation Field. Music begins at 2P.M.

Sensational Soul Cruisers begin at 4 P.M. Clambake begins at 5:30 (other foods available).

Games 5 to 7pm. Fireworks at dusk.   609.368.5102

 

In addition, our friends at Our Saviour Lutheran Church is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2014 alongside the Borough of Stone Harbor’s celebration!  What’s planned?  Monthly thematic celebrations with exhibits, special programming followed by special coffee hours, except for summer months.  All of these events are still upcoming on Sundays, at teh Church at 93rd and Third Avenues!

March 9– Sunday School

April 13–Music programs

May 18–Confirmation

June 8–Weddings

July 13th–Women’s/Men’s Programs, annual Blueberry Festival

August 10th–Bible School

September 14th –Baptisms

October 19th–Finale honoring all members, luncheon to follow at Noon at Stone Harbor Yacht Club

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