It all started with a centennial celebration in 2012. Fair Haven, the little 1.7-square-mile borough on the Navesink River, turned 100 years old. The celebration was grand. There was a parade. There was a big party in Fair Haven Fields.
Such a good time was had by all that the powers that be decided to make it an annual celebration of community. So, Fair Haven Day was born.
And for the seventh consecutive year, Fair Havenites gathered to celebrate their home town.
Take a look at how it was done this year … (and don’t forget to click to enlarge the photos!)
— Elaine Van Develde