Annual Fanny Wood Day street festival

The Borough of Fanwood and Fanny Wood Day Committee announce the annual Fanny Wood Day. The celebration will take place on Sunday, September 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Fanwood.

South Avenue and Martine Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic. 

People of all ages and interests are invited to attend.

As you stroll along the street visit the local merchants & civic organizations displaying their merchandise, the retail exhibitors selling a selection of merchandise such as jewelry, handbags, sports collectibles, dollar items, assorted crafts and unique one of a kind items.

YMCA Experience at Fanny Wood Day Featuring: Family Zumba Class at 11:30 am – Join us at the Main Stage!  

Fun games & activities from 10:00 am to 5:00 p.m. – Visit us at the south side train station parking lot in the Kids Zone.

Free activities include: Paint your own “Y” T-shirt, Make your own slime, Corn hole games, Soccer goal kicks- Obstacle course.

Back by popular demand are many of the same contests that were offered last year such as the scavenger hunt, pizza eating, ice cream eating, hoola hoop contest, bubble blowing, water balloon toss, chicken wing eating and more!

There will be kiddie rides, pony rides, face painting, sand art to name a few things.

There will be live entertainment all day long.

If contests aren’t your thing, grab some delicious food from one of the many food exhibitors and trucks.

They will have House of Cupcakes & Big Johns Burgers Trucks along with Mammas on the Go, Manny’s Fresh Squeezed Lemonade & Ices Athens Delight, Carnival Concessions, Coastal Flavors Crab Cakes, Dani’s Kettle Corn & Mr. Softee.

The show will feature classic cars of many different makes and models and will start at 11 a.m. on South Avenue, just east of Martine Avenue.

There is no charge to enter a car in this show. Day of show attendees are welcome, however it is suggested that you pre-register your vehicle to help with planning. 


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