Seeking some fun adventures? Visit South Jersey has these six suggestions for springtime fun:
1. Exit Zero Jazz Festival: April 21, 22, & 23, all day at multiple venues throughout Cape May.
This multi-venue festival offers three full days of live performances staged in the Schmidtchen Theater, the Cape May Convention Hall and in the clubs of Cape May. There will be a wide array of jazz and other genres of music performed throughout the weekend. The festival will feature great musical artists such as Maceo Parker, the Ray Charles Orchestra, Robert Glasper Experiment, NeTTWork Trio, Charnette Moffett, the Freddie Hendrix 4tet, gypsy jazz violinist Daisy Castro and many more. Visit South Jersey is a sponsor of the festival. Visit www.exit0jazzfest.com/
2. 9th Annual Go Green Event: Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., MacArthur Boulevard and Crystal Lake Avenue, Haddon Township.
With over 33 vendors, this event marks the unofficial kickoff to the Westmont Farmers Market. Come sample their delicious food and enjoy the abundance of activities! Pick up plants for your garden, learn about the importance of pollinators and meet Pollination Station’s friendly owl, meet local environmental organizations, touch a few creepy crawlers with the Bug Lady, and hang out with a few reptiles while learning about wildlife habitat with Rizzo’s Reptiles. There will also be a bike auction at noon, the opportunity to drop off your e-waste for recycling, papers for shredding, household stuff for Goodwill, blankets and unwearable clothing for New Jersey Aid For Animals. Visit
3. Saturdays on the Crushpad: Saturday, April 22, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hawk Haven Vineyard & Winery, Rio Grande
It’s been a long hard week, and now it’s finally time to relax! Escape to Hawk Haven for an afternoon of wine, gourmet snacks, and live music by Jim Doran from 2 PM – 5 PM. Kick back, relax, and enjoy the vineyard views paired with musical performances by local singer-songwriters. Saturdays on the Crushpad is every Saturday from spring to fall with no cover charge. Visit hawkhavenvineyard.com/
4. Daffodil Day: Saturday, April 22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main Street, Historic Moorestown
Join the folks in Moorestown for their second annual Daffodil Day. There will be plenty of fun activities to welcome in spring such as a art walk, live music, carriage rides, a pet costume contest, bicycle decorating ad so much more! Presented by the Moorestown Business Association.
5. Specialty Cocktails, Wine, Martinis & Tapas Saturday, April 22. 1 to 5 p.m. Tomasello Winery, Hammonton
You’re invited to stop by the Palmaris Room at Tomasello Winery for a happy hour featuring the Tomasello Almond Joy Martini and other specialty cocktails available for purchase along with beer, wine, light fare and Tapas. Bring your friends and family for a casual, relaxing Saturday afternoon Happy Hour at Tomasello Winery! www.tomasellowinery.com/
6. Music Around the County: Pennsylvania Young Performers Orchestra Sunday, April 23, 3 to 5 p.m. Davidow Hall, Salem Community College, Carneys Point
Music Around the County presents a free concert with acclaimed cellist, Geroge Atanasiu and the Pennsylvania Young Performers Orchestra at the Davidow Auditorium at Salem Community College. This performance will showcase the versatility of the Pennsylvania Young Performers Orchestra and feature a solo by Atanasiu on cello in Bach’s Arioso in G Major. Other selections include Dvorak’s Quartet in F Major, Vivaldi’s Concerto for 2 CellO and String Orchestra in G minor, and many more! https://visitsalemcountynj.com/
For more events, visit VisitSouthJersey.com