Middle Township’s Night Out Features Family Fun, Music, Fire Simulator

When: Tuesday, August 2 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Where: Davies Sports Complex, 626 Goshen Road, Cape May Court House

Residents can explore fire, EMS, and police vehicles while connecting as a community at Middle Township’s 39th annual National Night Out on Aug. 2. The Cape May County Sheriff’s Office will add to the fun with a K-9 Demonstration and members of the Mounted Horse Patrol.

The family-friendly event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. with activities that include a Court House Fire Department fire simulator, giant Jenga, Connect 4, corn hole, inflatable sports games, glitter and airbrush temporary tattoos, and much more. Police also will set up an impaired driving obstacle course. Music will be provided by the Bitter Sweet Duo.

Come explore firetrucks and other equipment at Middle's "Night Out"
Come explore firetrucks and other equipment at Middle’s “Night Out”

Middle Township Police Chief Chris Leusner is excited for this year’s National Night Out. He says the event provides many residents with a chance to build relationships with law enforcement.

“We encourage residents to join us for a night of fun activities,” he says. “This is a great opportunity for police officers and residents to come together under positive circumstances and strengthen our sense of community.”

Guests who attend also will be able to meet Miss New Jersey Augostina Mallous, a resident of Cape May County Court House, and Meteorologist Joe Martucci.

And come hungry – hot dogs, pizza, cold drinks and frozen sweet treats will be available to satisfy summer cravings.

The event will take place at the Davies Sports Complex, 626 Goshen Road in Cape May Court House. For more, call (609) 465-8700, ext. 1915.