A Fair Haven tradition that was started less than a decade ago — eight years ago, in 2012, to be exact — has been cancelled this year, due to COVID-19 pandemic safety considerations. But, a new combo event is on the horizon.Continue reading Fair Haven Day 2020 Cancelled: September Oktoberfest-Fair Haven Day Day Gala Set
The sun was shining bright and so were community spirits at Saturday’s Oktoberfest in Fair Haven.
Fair Haven’s new Oktoberfest tradition continues in September. This Saturday, in fact.
The sun was shining and spirits were o’zapft, or tapped like the beer, at Fair Haven’s Oktoberfest on the summery September day on Saturday.
Saturday of the Rumson-Fair Haven area weekend promises to be a busy, fun, even environmentally conscious day. It all starts with …
UPDATE: Don’t get your lederhosen on just yet. Despite the rain-or-shine, move-forward original declaration, the event, due to uncertain Joaquin storm repercussions, Fair Haven Oktoberfest has been postponed, according to Councilwoman Susan Sorensen.
Sorensen advised on the Fair Haven Facebook page that people should check the page for updates and a new date.
Original story, posted on Sept. 29 …
Hoist up your lederhosen and grab your beer stein. It’s that time of the year again in Fair Haven — Oktoberfest time.
For the fourth year, The Foundation of Fair Haven (a 501C3 non-profit group) is sponsoring the fundraiser on Saturday from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the Smart Start Preschool and adjacent River Road municipal lot.
The proceeds of the adults-only event will benefit special community events, such as Fair Haven Day, some borough capital improvements and other amenities.
“A very dedicated committee has been hard at work for many months and excited that the Fair Haven Oktoberfest has now become a fun outdoor fall tradition celebrating the Borough of Fair Haven,” Fair Haven Borough Councilwoman Susan Sorensen, also president of The Foundation, said. “We hope that the residents come out and support this event. We have some community restaurants providing authentic Oktoberfest food, a great local band, RipTide, providing music and, back by popular demand, the Pong Tournament.”
This year’s Oktoberfest will feature RipTide, traditional Oktoberfest food from local eateries, games, seasonal beer and sangria.
The cost for admission is $25 and includes the food and entertainment. The beer and sangria are to be purchased separately as is inclusion in games.
Tickets are available at Fair Haven Borough Hall or by contacting Sorensen at email@example.com or via Facebook or blasts with a link.
Fair Haven Oktoberfest is a rain-or-shine event.