Save the Date For Fall Fun in Helmetta

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HELMETTA, NJ - It may not feel like autumn is near with temperatures expected in the nineties today, however, it is just around the corner. Fall officially begins on Thursday, September 22. So, mark the calendar for some upcoming seasonal fun that is on tap in Helmetta.

Helmetta will be celebrating their annual Helmetta Day on Saturday, September 24 at 4 p.m. in the Maple Street Pavillion. It is a family-friendly fun event that will feature live music, food and games. There will also be a beer and sangria garden. A fireworks display is set for dusk. The rain date for Helmetta Day is Sunday, September 25.

Helmetta will ride into October with a Fall Festival Car Show and Street Fair on Saturday, October 8 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Railroad Avenue. Folks can expect vendors, music and of course, food. Judges will be on hand to pick the top cars. Anyone interested in snagging a vendor space or showing their classic car should call 732-521-4946 Ex. 100.

Residents may want to mark Friday, October 28 on the calendar as well for the Helmetta Harvest. This event will include a bonfire, hayrides, music, fall treats and more. The Helmetta Harvest will begin at 7 p.m. at the Maple Street Park.

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