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Editor's note: Incorrect dates for the Wheaton Arts event were in a previous version of this story. The dates are now correct.

Hot or not, there is plenty to do in mid July in these parts. Here are just a few great ideas from Visit South Jersey, whether you want to be in or out.

Release The Hounds. Sunday, July 16 |  Noon to 7 p.m., Eight & Sand Beer Co., Woodbury. The day has come! Eight and Sand will be releasiing 300 bombers of Tonnage Hound, their barleywine aged for nearly 6 months in bourbon ballers, as well as limited-edition stemless Rastal Harmony glasses for $8. For more information, visit www.eightandsandbeer.com/

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Barrel Trail Weekend. July 15 & 16 | All Day, Throughout New Jersey. Get a first-hand look inside the barrel room of your favorite New Jersey winery and taste future vintages right from the barrel as winemakers explain the wine making process. This is a great behind-the-scenes opportunity to learn about wine making from the men and women making New Jersey's award-winning wines. Wineries throughout the area will be hosting special events and offering promotions to celebrate the weekend. For more information, visit http://visitsouthjersey.com/barrel-trail-weekend/

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Twilight Concert Series: Quaker City String Band. July 13 | 8 p.m., Cooper River Park, Pennsauken. This band of Mummers were the champions of the Mummers Parade in 2017 and will be performing the Philly Sound that will make you want to dance in the park. This concert is free to attend and starts at 8 p.m. at Cooper River Park between Rt. 130 and Cuthbert Boulevard on North Park Drive, Pennsauken. The Twilight Concert series is brought to you by the Camden County Board of Freeholders. For more information, www.camdencounty.com

Once on this Island, Jr. July 13 & 14 | 7:30 p.m., July 14 | 10:30 a.m., Dennis Flyer Theatre, Camden County College. Adapted from the celebrated Broadway musical, this tale follows a girl who finds love in a world of prejudice. Through almost non-stop song and dance, this full-hearted musical tells the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl who rescues and falls in love with Daniel, a wealthy boy from the other side of her island. When Daniel is returned to his people, the gods who rule the island guide Ti Moune on a quest that will test her love against the powerful forces of prejudice, and hatred. Performed by Mainstage Center for the Arts and sponsored by Precision Power Wash and First Bank. For more information, visit www.mainstage.org

Sounds of Summer: The Big House Band. Friday, July 14 | 5 to 9 p.m., Burlington County Amphitheater, Westampton Township. Some of the best summer nights can be had by grabbing a lawn chair or a blanket and heading out to the outdoor concerts at the Burlington County Amphitheater. The amphitheater is an outdoor venue adjacent to the Burlington County Library. Bring the family and relax while listening to a vast variety of musicians and bands. Light snacks and refreshments are sold, and your picnic baskets are welcome. The main act takes the stage at 7 p.m., but come early to support local artists who will open each show at 5:30 PM. Concerts are free. For more information, visit www.co.burlington.nj.us/Calendar.aspx?EID=7735&month=7&year=2017&day=14&calType=0

Speakeasy Station Fundraiser. Friday, July 14 | 7 to 10 p.m., West Jersey Train Depot, Glassboro. Join the fun at this fundraiser for the Glassboro Historical Society-Speakeasy Station! Experience an old-fashioned speakeasy with live music from the 1920s by Chris Davis Shannon Trio, ragtime piano by Nick Frankunas and Charleston dancers from Gene LaPierre Ballroom Dancing, all while having some traditional speakeasy food and libations in the historic West Jersey Train Depot in Glassboro. For more information, visit www.glassborohistoricalsociety.com/

Rootstock Vineyard Concert Series: Bastard Sons of Captain May. Friday, July 14 | 4 p.m. Hawk Haven Vineyard & Winery, Rio Grande. Discover new music paired with amazing wine at the Rootstock Vineyard Concert Series. The sun setting behind the vineyard provides the perfect backdrop for a fun Friday night at Hawk Haven Winery. Named for the essential part of the grapevine, Rootstock combines beautiful vineyard ambiance and intimate performances by world-class musicians. The Rootstock Vineyard Concert Series is a feast for the senses, offering music, vineyard sunsets and tasty food by local food trucks and other vendors. Relax under the stars as you listen to live music from talented up-and-coming singer-songwriters and musicians on a stage built by Hawk Haven’s very own wine maker. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door. For more information, visit www.hawkhavenvineyard.com

LIVE! From the Vineyard Stage. Saturday, July 15 | 7 to 9 p.m., Auburn Road Vineyard, Pilesgrove. LIVE! From the Vineyard Stage on Saturday Nights. The Enoteca has become a premier live music and performance venue in South Jersey. In addition to Auburn Road's partnership with their friends at Woodstown Music, Auburn Road is bringing you amazing performers and performances from all around the area, as well as, outside the region. For more information, visit www.auburnroadvineyards.com/event/cold-blue-electric-live-from-the-vineyard-stage-9/

Live Music with Camille Peruto, Saturday, July 15 | 2 to 5 p.m., White Horse Winery, Hammonton. Live music performances will be held either in White Horse Winery’s spacious tasting room or on their outdoor patio depending upon weather. There is plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, plus standing room around their spacious tasting bar! White Horse Winery does not allow outside food or beverages. However, they have delicious food options and wine for you to enjoy right there in the tasting room! For more information, visit www.whitehorsewinery.com/

Annual Summer Festival. July 15 & 16 | All Day, Chateau Balic, Mays Landing. Stop by Balic Winery this weekend for their annual festival featuring wine tastings, winery tours, foodsand live music each day. Saturday’s live music will be “Atlantic Brass Band”, who under the direction of maestro Salvatore Scarpa, won top honors at the 2011, 2012, and 2017 National Championships, taking first place in the championship section. Sunday’s live music will be the Jazztones, playing a combination of piano, sax, vocals, guitar and drums. For more information, visit www.balicwinery.com/

Wheaton Wide Open. July 28, 29 & 30 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., WheatonArts, Millville. Wheaton Wide Open is a series of selected days from now through August with free admission to the center for all visitors. This program is part of a series of selected three-day weekends presented by PNCArts Alive! On July 29, there is an artists and antiques theme. For more information, visit www.wheatonarts.org

For more events, visit VisitSouthJersey.com

 

 

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