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5th Annual Berkeley Heights Street Fair Returns Sunday, June 25th

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Mark your calendars for the 5th annual Berkeley Heights Street Fair taking place on Sunday, June 25th. Over 100 artists and commercial businesses will have displays and activities along Springfield Avenue between Snyder and Plainfield avenues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Dr. Patrick Smith, Chairman of the Street Fair and the Vice Chair of the Suburban Chamber of Commerce, invites residents and friends to enjoy the day in beautiful downtown Berkeley Heights. Dr. Smith commented, “We promise this year's Berkeley Heights Street Fair will have something for everyone. 

"We are really proud that together with the Township of Berkeley Heights we can bring this family friendly Celebration to our downtown. Berkeley Heights is such a great family town, so our partnership with the upscale production company 'This is it Productions', who produces other local street fairs  has helped us put together; an incredible street marketplace, a variety of delicious food delights and a fantastic Main Stage with nonstop local, live entertainment," said Smith, adding, "the best part is, admission to the Berkeley Heights Street Fair, 'A Summer Celebration,' is Free." 

New this year will be a beer and wine garden in the parking lot of Sadal Wines. Proceeds will benefit the Chamber of Commerce Scholarship to a Governor Livingston High School Student, as well as the Chamber of Commerce “Vest A Cop” program.   “Tips” received in the Beer Garden will all be donated to the GOFUNDME account for the family of Berkeley Heights  resident and business community member, the late Victor Guidetti III.   There will also be free drawings, and much more, so come join your neighbors.  We are expecting 20,000 to attend, and we are ready to start the summer with a day filled with some good old fashion fun at the 2017 Berkeley Heights Street Fair.

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