North Brunswick 40th Annual Heritage Day – Saturday, October 15
Come on out and join us on Saturday, October 15 for the North Brunswick 40th Annual Heritage Day from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Community Park! Rain date is Sunday, October 2.
Some of the day’s activities include local bands, dancing, games, horse drawn carriage, food vendors, crafters, beer garden, school organizations, and local businesses.
The Heritage Day daytime entertainment lineup includes: Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, The Snakes (Irish Folk Band), Singing for Supper and Polynesian Luau and Fire Dancing.
There will be a special presentation marking Heritage Day’s 40th anniversary with a celebration of past Ann Marie Chandlee Heritage Day Award recipients.
Evening entertainment will feature After The Flood, as they perform a mix of modern, alternative, Southern and Classic Rock. A fireworks display will cap off the evening.
Heritage Day Photo Submissions
The Heritage Day Committee is looking for assistance in gathering photos from the past 40 years. If you have any photos of your family and friends enjoying a past Heritage Day, please e-mail them to email@example.com to add to our 40 years of fun montage.
The Heritage Day Committee provides planning for one of the town’s biggest events of the year, Heritage Day, held annually during the fall to celebrate North Brunswick’s rich history and diverse cultural heritage.
Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of every month. If interested in joining please contact the Mayor’s Office at (732) 247-0922, ext. 430.
The Ann Marie Chandlee Volunteer Service Award is presented each year to a township resident who has been dedicated to improving the quality of life in North Brunswick as a volunteer with a non-profit group or civic organization for an extended period of time.