Cranbury street fair returns this September

August 22, 2013 by  

The Cranbury Day street festival takes place every year on the first Saturday after Labor Day. It is presented by the Cranbury Business Association.

The day long festival will feature a 5K race, an antique car show, music and other forms of entertainment, food concessions, community groups, and local vendors. Among the performers taking part this year will be the American Reparatory Ballet, which will be performing in its Cranbury studio. Last year, the first running of the Rubber Duck Race sponsored by the Cranbury Lions Club took place, and it will likely take place again this year. People purchase a rubber duck, which is then floated down the river – there is a cash prize for the owner of the duck that comes first.

Community groups and organizations will be providing information during the day about their programs and services. There will no doubt be information on volunteer opportunities, charitable groups, and governmental services in the city. Residents will likely have the opportunity to learn some information that they can use to make their lives easier in the city.

Vendors and community organizations that will be selling or providing information at the Cranbury Day festival will likely be investing in services from local printing companies. Those services might include sign and banner printing to draw attention to their booths, or brochure printing to provide those in the community with information.

The Cranbury Day street fair will take place on Main Street on September 7. For more information, visit the official Facebook page.