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Long Beach Island Region offers October Blitz of family activities

Zombies, Jersey Devil and old fashioned Autumn festival featuring 10 NJ wineries create the an extended season at the Jersey Shore this fall

 
PRLog - Sep. 10, 2012 - SHIP BOTTOM, N.J. -- The Long Beach Island Region Destination Marketing Organization and the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce proudly announce an October to remember for family and friends while visit LBI this fall. With Chowderfest Weekend bringing a close to this month on September 29 & 30, there is even more time for the tricks and treats that await October. Brand new this year is Operation Halloween and Zombie Outbreak on October 12 and 13. Operation Halloween offers something for all ages to enjoy this season, with scary and scare free zones. Four haunted attractions will be offered Friday October 12 from 3pm to Midnight and Saturday October 13 11am to Midnight at the Joseph A Citta Scout Camp 229 Brookville Road in Barnegat NJ. $10 admission ticket includes full access to the apocalyptic Zombie Outbreak, Ghost Manor Hayride and Mid Night Ghost Tour.  The Jersey Shore Council BSA will be offering Pumpkin Street Safe Trick or Treat to all visitors free of charge. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Rotary International programs and other local non profit groups. Ticket information is available at www.operationhalloween.zombieoutbreak.org.or the night of the events.

For a relaxed afternoon, meet you at the Autumn Wine Festival at Manahawkin Lake located off of Route 9 featuring wine tasting of more than 250 New Jersey wines from wineries such as Amalthea Cellars, Auburn Road Vineyard, Coda Rossa Winery, Cream Ridge Winery, DiMatteo Vineyard, Plagido’s Winery, Renault Winery, Sharrott Winery, Tomasello Winery and Wagonhouse Winery. This brand new two day festival takes place Saturday October 20 and Sunday October 21 from 11 to 5pm, in the heart of the famous Stafford Township Fall Harvest Festival which offers Hay Maze, live music, Scarecrow Making, Hayrides, with Movie and Bonfire at dusk on Saturday and live music all day on Sunday. Tickets to sample the Autumn Wine Festival are available at www.visitLBIregion.com or at festival both days for purchase.

Tuckerton Seaport brings back ghosts of pirates, sea captains and other creatures of the deep on October 25, 26 & 27 from 6 too 9pm. Haunted lighthouse, hayrides, and pumpkin patch make it fun of all. For something more devilish, take part in the Revenge of the Jersey Devil Murder Mystery Dinner Show at  the Sea Oaks Country Club on October 26 take advantage of the overnight packages and make a weekend of it!. Contact Tuckerton Seaport at www.tuckertonseaport.org for ticket information What is Halloween without the classic horror story? Witness three of Poe’s most famous mysteries as they are brought to life at Ocean Professional Theatre’s matinee or evening performance of The Poe Mysteries on running October 24,25, 26, 27 and 28 at the Bengal Auditorium at Barnegat High School. For tickets visit oceantheatre.org.  Try a another new tradition this fall, with the Bonfire and Halloween storytelling taking place at Barnegat Lighthouse State Park on Saturday October 27 from 630 to 8pm in historic Barnegat Light.


Still looking for more? Stay connected with the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce at 265 West Ninth Street  in Ship Bottom, 609 494 7211 or online at visitLBIregion.com or Facebook and Twitter as
LBI Region for a full calendar of area events and updates.

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Source:Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce
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City/Town:Ship Bottom - New Jersey - United States
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