BRADLEY BEACH — The boroughs fourth annual fall festival will take place in Riley Park on Saturday Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Bradley Beach Department of Tourism invites residents and visitors alike to join them for their annual fall festival. The free event will feature an array of local artists and vendors who will be spread out throughout Riley Park with wares such as soaps, hats, custom t-shirts, jewelry, seaglass designs, baked goods, pottery, fine art, henna and body products.
For kids to enjoy there will be face painting as well as craft stations set up around the park. This year’s event will also host a hot dog cart. There will be live music from Andy and DeeDee beginning at 12 p.m.
Amy Hall, Director of Communications and Tourism departments, stated in a release, “this event is always well attended and much loved in our community. This year is special because of how much the entire community came together to volunteer their time and services. From the Recreation Department and Bradley Beach Business Community Alliance [BBBCA] working tirelessly to build scarecrows, to the Fire and First Aid Department providing trucks for the kids to check out, to the Bradley Beach PTA, the Bradley Beach Department of Public Works and the Bradley Beach Public Library, we all worked together to bring a fun and joyous event to our residents and visitors and we hope everyone has a great time.”
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