There are plenty of Bergen County things to do this weekend. Let’s take a look at what’s coming up –
Bark For Education
Cresskill High School is where Bark For Education is being held on Saturday from 12 noon to 4 pm. This canine festival has everything you can imagine for dogs and it’s a great adoption event too. So if you want to adopt a dog, there will be plenty of choices from Good Karma Dog Rescue.
In addition to all things dog there’ll be face painting and a bouncy house (kids love this), contests, prizes, music and food. This event supports the Cresskill Education Foundation and, of course, will help get dogs adopted to loving families.
Rutherford Multicultural Festival
This Saturday you can enjoy food and cultural events from 12 noon through 7 pm at Lincoln Park in Rutherford NJ. This amazing event displays the wonderful diversity that makes up Bergen County.
Today Bergen County is just under 950,000 residents and we are quite literally a melting pot of different backgrounds and cultures. This festival is in it’s 16th year and seems to get bigger and more popular with every year. You will not be disappointed and admission is free.
Festival Italiano Vintage Auto Show
Do you love Italian cars as much as I do? If so, then spend Sunday morning at The Hermitage in Ho-Ho-Kus for the Festival Italiano Vintage Auto Show. This is a spectacular Italian automotive festival where you’ll see cars you’ve always dreamed about.
I love Italian car design because I consider it art on wheels. The festival runs from 9-2 so I can go and still be on time for my open house! Go to The Hermitage’s website, click on Events and scroll down for the details.
Earthfest Overpeck 2019
Just when you thought Earth Day celebrations were over here comes Earthfest Overpeck 2019 on Sunday from 1 to 5. A joint venture between Bergen County Parks and the Hackensack River Keeper, this event Earthfest Overpeck celebrates clean water and the environment. From free kayak and canoe rides to boats made from recycled materials plus food trucks, music, green presentations and vendors and more. This is a major fun event that works for all ages. Earthfest Overpeck 2019 is a great event.
Leonia Players Guild
Friday and Saturday night at 8 pm (also Sunday at 3) the Leonia Players Guild has performances of Calendar Girls. This is a very funny play about some friends who decide to pose nude for a calendar to raise funds to install a new settee in the hospital after one of their husbands passes away. Actually based on a true story, this well done production really makes for a riotous evening of theater. It also comes at a bargain of a price – only $20 per ticket ($18 for seniors and students). Click here to order tickets.
You’ll always find Bergen County things to do but this weekend seemed more event filled than usual. If you want help in the future on finding out what’s happening here, just contact me.