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Southern Exposure

by Matt Mizanin


Sept. 16 

BEER LOVERS, THIS ONE IS FOR YOU: The fifth annual Craft Beerfest will feature more than 70 signature brews from around the country, including regional and local breweries such as Dogfish Head, Double Nickel and Brooklyn Brewery. Enjoy live music from Weird Science, while filling up on classic beer food like crabby fries, pretzel cheesesteaks and more. Plus, don’t miss out on your complimentary souvenir sampling glass. 4-11:59 p.m., Resorts Casino Hotel, 1133 Boardwalk, Atlantic City,, $30


Sept. 8

The annual Haddon Township Luau is back for its eighth iteration at Crystal Lake Pool Complex. The event is only open to guests 21 or older and will feature a buffet catered by Westmont’s Keg & Kitchen Restaurant and will also include musical performances by Graham Alexander & Co. and Partners in Croon. 7-11 p.m., Crystal Lake Pool Complex, Crystal Lake Avenue and Park Avenue, Haddon Township,, $20-$25


Sept. 21

Attention all car enthusiasts: Turn back the clock and check out some of the area’s most vintage automobiles and motorcycles for the second-to-last Cruise Night of the season. Expect to see the likes of a Chevy Corvette, Ford T-Bird, Mustang Shelby and more, along with live music by Full Blown Cherry and No Relation Band, food and, of course, the sound of classic engines revving. 6-9 p.m., Haddon Avenue, Collingswood,, free


Sept. 23

The Evesham Harvest Festival will once again take over Marlton Main Street for another fun day the entire family can enjoy. Rain or shine, the festival will feature art from over 90 handcrafters and artists showcasing goods from homemade soap, glass art and jewelry to photography, a variety of foods from local favorites to choose from, live music and more. 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Main Street, Marlton, EveshamCelebrations. org, free


Sept. 23

Grab your best running or walking shoes, stretch and head down to Cherry Hill’s second annual Wellness Day. The event promotes healthy living by providing free hands-on demonstrations and exercise classes for participants, plus food, raffles and even a 100-yard dash for children. Proceeds from the event benefit the Friends of the Cherry Hill Public Library. 8-11 a.m., Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 Kings Hwy. N., Cherry Hill,, free

Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 6 (September, 2017). 
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