Stone Harbor Chamber Announces Food and Wine Festival

STONE HARBOR – The Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce the 2nd Annual Savor September Food and Wine Festival will be held Sept. 21 from Noon to 8 p.m. in the Downtown Stone Harbor Shopping District. Enjoy the area’s best foods wines, art and music on a beautifully tented 96th Street. Be the first to taste Tuckahoe Brewery’s ‘Stone Harbor Brew’ and Cape may Winery’s ‘Stone Harbor Red’ and ‘Stone Harbor White.’

The festival will include seafood and festival favorites in addition to wine and beer tastings. Art, children’s activities, Wheaton Glass Glass Art Blowing, and more will be available throughout the day. Festival patrons will be able to enjoy one or all of the 4 musical acts slated to play the festival, including Eddie Morgan and Rek’d for Jazz.

A new activity to the Stone Harbor area, our Annual Grape Stomping Competition will be held beginning at 1 p.m. 24 teams will have the opportunity to sign up and stomp their way to a Fabulous Foot Trophy. The team who collects the most grape Juice wins.

Attendance is expected to be high and additional parking will be available at 95th Street & First Avenue, the 80thstreet Marina and on 80th & Third Avenue in Stone Harbor. Jitney Service will be provided during the festival courtesy of the Stone Harbor Chamber & Sturdy Savings Bank from Noon to 9 p.m. and will travel from 121st street in Stone Harbor to 60th Street in Avalon.

The Savor September Food and Wine Festival is joint effort of the Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce and the business community with the support of the Borough of Stone Harbor. The Festival is largely made possible by numerous local merchants and business owners, who sponsor the event and call Stone Harbor, NJ home. This includes: Seashore Ace, , Global Pursuit, Ide Insurance Agency, Henny’s Seafood, Hoy’s 5&10, George and Martha Hodges, People People, Coldwell Banker James C. Otton Real Estatel, Neptune’s Jewels, Pappagallo, South Jersey Paper, Tony’s Produce, Coffee Talk, Wayward Gardner, Fred’s Tavern, Pete Smith’s Surf Shop, and Patti DiMarco, Diller and Fisher Real Estate, Delores Kerlin, Seaward, Dunes, Colonial Lodge, Harbor Inn, AmeriGas Propane, Mimi’s Shop & Sun Catcher, The Roohan Family, Delores Kerlin, and Fred’s Tavern.

The Festival is free to the public. Some charges apply to wine tastings, food and some activities. Friends and family are encouraged to get their teams ready for the Grape Stomping contest by reserving a spot through the Chamber. For more information visit or call 609-368-6101.