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Kenilworth Street Fair Set for Sunday May 22

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Big crowds every year. Credits: JC Promotions
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Face painters, clowns and more. Credits: JC Promotions
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Enjoy everything from sausage & peppers, ice cream, kettle corn and much more. Credits: JC Promotions
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Lots of special events for the kids. Credits: JC Promotions
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KENILWORTH, NJ - The Borough of Kenilworth will sponsor its Annual Kenilworth Street Fair, on Sunday May 22. The event will be held along the Boulevard between 14th Street and 23rd Street. from 10AM - 4:30PM. 

The street will be transformed into a giant town block party. There will be merchandise, craft vendors, kiddie rides, pony rides, clown, great food, local merchants and civic groups and music. The event is expected to attract thousands of people from the community and other neighboring towns.

Food Trucks and Local Cuisine Combine, so come hungry and enjoy the pizza, zeppoles, sausage & peppers, popcorn, cotton candy, shish ka bob, kettle corn and more great food along the street. We will have trucks including Cheezen, Empanada GuyTaste of Poland and The Guac Spot with Kono Pizza and Taxi Cab Burger as well. Swing by for the food and stay for the shopping.

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School teacher and parent Ron Albanese (POLKA DOT!) and his POLKA  DOT PALS will be performing one-of-a-kind kids and family concerts that you will not want to miss. "Get up and go" songs like "A Lotta Energy!" and numbers about POLKA DOT PALS such as "The Robot from Honolulu!" are guaranteed to have everyone clapping, singing, dancing and laughing along.  Ron and the 'Pals' also mix in some cool, kooky cover songs as well and everyone will also be having a "Jumpin' Jack Attack!"

Children will have the opportunity to take pictures with Batman & Batgirl from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Car Show - Classic Cars & Modern Muscle Cars - All makes, models and years are welcome, North 14th St.  Registration Fee the day of the show is $10 (Includes door prize ticket) Cars must be registered by 1:00PM to be judged and there will be trophies for the winners. There will also be DJ Entertainment.  All Proceeds go to Pride in Kenilworth Committee / Contact:(908)-276-9090 for information.

The event producer is JC Promotions, Inc. JC runs street fairs, arts & crafts festivals, vintage marketplaces, flea markets and special events.  For more info on this event, all JC events and info on how your group can hold their own event or fundraiser, please visit our site at www.promotions.info or call us at 201.998.1144.

 

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