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Thanksgiving 2017 – 11 Thanksgiving Life Hacks to Make Your Holiday Easier

11 Thanksgiving Life Hacks to Make Your Holiday Easier

Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey

We all love Thanksgiving. It’s a great day to relax, eat, drink, watch football, and spend time with loved ones (and even not so loved ones). But if your the host of the holiday, it can be quite stressful. It’s a lot to worry about: Is the turkey cooked correctly? Are the mashed potatoes fluffy? Did the pies cook evenly? Where are those recipes?

It’s enough to make, even the most relaxed person, stress to the point of shaking

Well, we are here to help! Look no further than the Kerr team to make your Thanksgiving as Painless and flowing with ease as possible with these

11 Thanksgiving Life Hacks to Make Your Holiday Easier


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1.) Ambiance

This is step one. Before you cook anything, plan ahead and make your guests feel welcome. And just because you want things to look nice, doesn’t mean you have to break the bank.

Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey Use pine cones from the yard, cook them on a cooking sheet in the oven for about 20 minutes on 400 degrees, to remove undesirables that have made the pine cones their home, and arrange them on a simple serving tray, or surround a glass covered candle, as a center piece for your Thanksgiving table.
Set the mood for your guests by setting up your own candle design. Use a simple glass, or buy one from a local warehouse store for extremely cheap, it doesn’t have to be amazing, you’re not opening a bar, just lighting a candle. Put un-popped popcorn kernels on the sides of the glass to give it a cool feel. Wrap a bow around it for added charm. Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey
Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey Use a pumpkin as a wine cooler. If you decide to make pumpkin pie from scratch, don’t discard the pumpkin itself. Line the interior with plastic wrap, fill it with ice, then place a few bottles of wine, depending on the size of the pumpkin, to give your guests a cute twist on their drinks!

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2.) Recipes 

One of the hardest parts of thanksgiving that you can’t fix is space. Your counter can only hold so many items before it is full of stuff. Don’t clutter it with big, or even small, cookbooks. You don’t have room for THAT!

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Plan ahead. Print out recipes before, or copy them, and tape them to your cabinet doors. This will not only save space, but keep the recipe eye level, so you can refer to it with ease.


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3.) Pre-Cut

Aside from space, another thing we can’t help is time. You can’t make more of it, but you can manage it to perfection. One of those things you can do is prep your meal by cutting your vegetables either the day before or the night before and put them in plastic sandwich bags. Do it to a precise level by splitting them up into separate bags and label them with the dish they are for. We are not all Gordon Ramsey in the kitchen, and able to cut veggies and such in one fail swoop. Take your time, don’t hurt yourself, and save it for later. Your fingers will thank you.

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4.) Clean Your Potatoes with a Dishwasher

Mashed potatoes are a staple at Thanksgiving. If you have a large group of people coming, make washing potatoes an ease by washing them in the dishwasher (no soap). This will not only make it easy to clean them, but it makes peeling them a breeze. Another tip to skin them, is boil the potatoes for a little bit, then throw them in ice water. The drastic change in temperature will shock the skin and make peeling a breeze.

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5.) More Potatoes 

As discussed earlier, potatoes are delicious, but so time consuming. Remove that task by cooking the potatoes in a slow cooker, or at the very least, keep them warm in a crock pot. You’ll have a whole other burner for gravy (or whatever). Also, use a little bit of baking powder, this will make the potatoes even fluffier.


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6.) Use Your Coolers

Again, space is key to an organized meal. Don’t use up valuable real estate in your fridge on cans of soda, wine, water, or whatever. Use your coolers. This will keep the drinks cold, while keeping the guests out of your way and hot items off their shirts. Also, if you plan on making corn, a cooler can be used quite well to cook it. Though it keeps things quite cold, it can also keep things hot. Put the ears of corn at the bottom and boil a kettle of water. Then just dump the boiling water on the corn and let physics work.


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7.) Use a Coffee Thermos to Keep Gravy Warm

Again, time is key! Make your gravy beforehand and use a typical coffee thermos to keep it warm. If it works for coffee, it’ll work for gravy. Plus everyone will be impressed, and you’ll look like a culinary MacGyver. (To be an extra wiz in the kitchen, add some soy sauce to the gravy. It really adds a great kick!)


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8.) Make Pies Easy

Listen, we all love pie. But it can be a hassle. Here’s a couple easy tricks to help you:

Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey Make your pie shell early, then freeze it. It will save not only time, but the pie will maintain its shape better in the oven. This will free up time later on.
Weigh down your pie crust with rice, beans, or even loose change. Just wrap the crust in napkins, or plastic wrap, or even aluminum foil. Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey
Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey To give your pie the perfect riveting around the outside of the pie crust, use an old necklace to give that perfect indentation. I recommend an old necklace, so you don’t ruin your Sunday’s best.

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9.) Perfect Stuffing

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To avoid a mess, use a cupcake tray to cook your stuffing. This, not only portions out the stuffing equally among your guests, but this gives it the perfect amount of browning to the stuffing, while it cooks in the oven.


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10.) Use a Wine Glass to Cut Biscuits

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Use an older wine glass to cut biscuits out of your dough. I’d say an older glass, just in case you put too much pressure and break the glass. But doing this will give your biscuits uniformity and make the cutting a breeze.


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11.) The Turkey

The Turkey is the centerpiece of this meal. There are several ways that you can spruce up the turkey, or save it if your like me.

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Take a Look:

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Ice Down Your Turkey before cooking it to keep it from drying out. Believe it or not, this works. Cook the breast at a slightly lower temperature, this will solve the problem of the white meat cooking faster than the dark.

Slow the cook the turkey overnight to save the oven space. Yes, you can. And yes, this will make your Thanksgiving feel infinitely easier. Pop the bird in the oven the evening before and wake up to a nearly completed Thanksgiving feast.

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Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey DIY Aluminum Foil Roasting Rack. The point of a rack is to hold your bird above the pan so heat can circulate evenly. Who says it has to be made of wire or cost a lot of money? If you don’t have the store-bought variety, crumple some sheets of foil into thick ropes and wrap them in coils on the bottom of your pan. Or go biodegradable and place the bird on a bed of halved onions, carrots and celery.
 Use Chicken Broth as a Revive Your Turkey.  Overcooked the bird? Before you spirit that platter of dried-out breast meat to the table, drizzle it with a little warm chicken broth. It’ll help moisten the meat and add flavor. This is also a good trick for perking up slices that have gone from room temp to cold. Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey
 Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey  Cook white meat and dark meat separately.  Never, never let dry breast meat happen to you. Check out this helpful video that shows exactly how to break down a turkey into parts, then cook separately with recipes like Butter-Roasted Turkey Breast and Braised Turkey Thighs.

Measuring Cup As a Fat Separator. The secret to great gravy is skimmed — not greasy — pan drippings. If you’re without a fat separator, pour your drippings into a large heatproof measuring cup and pop it in the freezer. As the drippings cool, the fat will rise to the top and solidify, making it easy to skim off with a spoon.

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NOW!

All that’s left is time to feast.

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For Clean Up, the best advice I can give, clean as you go. It’ll save up so much more time and leave you more space to cook.

And, as Always:

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Presented by:

Thanksgiving 2017 in New Jersey

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office: 732-549-1998

Cell: 732-910-1682

Email: debkerr@kw.com

Website: debkerr.com


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Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

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  • Poe’s Phantoms Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

37 E. Allendale Ave. Allendale, NJ 07401

Six Tales Written By One America’s Greatest Writers, Performed by Actors and Storytellers, in a lantern-lit Historic John Fell House.  Ages 8 and up.

Tickets: $20.00, $18.00 for Students and Seniors

When: Friday October 20th, 2017 & Saturday October 21st, 2017  7pm-7:45pm, 7:45pm-8:30pm and 8:30pm – 9:15pm

Poe’s Phantoms Website Click HERE


  • Tranquility Farms Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

10 Tranquility Farm Lane, Andover, NJ 07821

Fun For All Ages, Including: Cornmaze, Hayride to Pumpkin Patch, Pumpkin Launchers, Petting Zoo, Playground, Cow Ride Through Straw Maze, Bounce on Bounce Pillow, and Kid Fun Tent!

Tickets: $2 Per person (other events vary in price)

When: Every Weekend in September & October (Including Columbus Day and Halloween) from 10am – 5pm

For Tranquility Farms Website Click HERE


  • Zombie Hayrides at Brookhollow’s Barnyard

    Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

301 Rockaway Valley Rd., Boonton Township, NJ 07005

This new attraction is a super unique Halloween adventure, featuring both a hayride and paintball, for 15 minutes, you’ll be able to shoot at zombie targets from the safety of your seat. Get there early to hang with the undead, who are said to have quite a sense of humor despite their terrifying appearance.

Tickets: $12 for 200 paintballs (option extra 150 Paintballs for $10)

When: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday – 9:30 am – 2:30am

Thursday – 9:30am – 6:30 pm

Saturday & Sunday – 10am-5pm

For Zombie Hayride Website Click HERE


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  • Happy Hunt at Red Mill Museum Halloween 2017 in New Jersey(less than)

56 Main St., Clinton, NJ 08809

Celebrate the Halloween season with a kid-friendly, spook-free, lights-on version of our popular Haunted Village attraction. Includes hayride, face painting, doughnuts and cider.

Tickets: $10

When: October 14th, 2017 – October 28th, 2017

10am – 1pm (Open Weekly, including Saturday)

For Happy Hunt at Red Mill Museum Website Click HERE


  • Fairfield Farms: Family Fun Halloween 2017 in New Jersey(less than)

177 Big Piece Rd. Fairfield, NJ 07004

 Activities include kid-friendly hayrides, pumpkin picking, a family-friendly corn maze, a hay-play area for younger children and a hay mountain and giant slide for older kids. Snacks, Hot Dogs, and Cider Available for purchase.

Tickets: Unknown (Contact Farm)

When: September 19th – November 1st 10:00am – 5:30pm (Weekday Mornings for Schools and Trips)

To View the Fairfield Farms Website Click HERE


  • Fright Factor Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

186 Ridgedale Ave., Florham Park, NJ 07932

Halo’s for Angels is a non-profit that helps families enduring tragedy. The organization’s Halloween event features a Family Fun Festival during the day with face painting, games, prizes, music, pumpkin picking and more. Head back at night with the bravest members of your family for the Enter If You Dare attraction.

Tickets: $10

When: October 7th – October 28th 2017, from 7pm – 11pm

To View Fright Factor Website Click HERE


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  • Corrado’s Hayride of Horrors & Haunted House Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

671 Mt. Bethel Road, Hackettstown, NJ 07840

Come visit Corrados farm for a 45 minute haunted hayride through the woods..beware the creatures of the night..can you live through the cemetery of the walking dead…have snack with our wicked witches…hmmm that cyanide cider and homemade decomposing donuts…to all who venture! Don’t forget to also visit the haunted house…where your nightmares will become reality!

Tickets: Haunted Hayride – $16.00

Haunted House – $16.00

Cornmaze – $10.00

General Combo Ticket – $37.00

Zombie Paintball – $5.00 for 20 rounds

Active Military – Free with ID

Student Sunday Combo (Only Valid with ID) – $30.00

When: Weekends in the Month of October 6:30pm – 10pm

Visit Corrado’s Haunted Hayride & Haunted House Website Click HERE

  • Jefferson Township Haunted House Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

81 Weldon Road, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849

Jefferson Township Haunted House is an annual community-run Halloween event that began in 1988 and is held in Lake Hopatcong, NJ. The Jefferson Township Haunted House returns for two nights only!!! Children’s Matinee, Scary Show, All dates and hours are rain or shine!  Mama’s Road Kill Cafe will be serving food and DJ Earl will be spinning records!
Tickets: Non-Scary Kids Event (4:00pm – 5:00pm) – $3.00

Scarier Event (7pm – 9:30pm) – $5.00

When: October 21st and 22nd 2017 (Non-Scary Event 4:00pm – 5:00pm & Scarier Event 7:00pm – 9:30pm)

Visit the Jefferson Township Haunted House Website Click HERE


  • Bane Haunted House Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

630 West Mount Pleasant Ave Route 10, West Livingston, NJ 07039

This one is not for the faint of heart. “The Scariest Haunted House in New Jersey” by The Star-Ledger two years in a row and listed as one of the most terrifying in the nation by Buzzfeed. Get ready to let them  play on every one of your fears; claustrophobic, separation anxiety, clowns, and more. We have recently brought the horror to the next level, renovating our attraction and doubling the walk-through path. Visitors may have to climb up, jump over, crawl through, and spin around what lurks inside the haunted house for a spine-chilling, interactive experience. They don’t use animatronics but use 100’s of actors that scare from start to finish of their 40,000 sqft building. Also a frightening spin on the escape room idea, and interactive zombie shoot. NOT TO BE MISSED!

Tickets: $22.00 (Discounts available for Military Service and Student ID’s, check website for more details)

When: Thursday – Sunday in October, Plus October , 18th, 25th, 30th, and 31st. From 7pm-12am (depending on the day) and Happily Haunted (children’s version) 3pm-5pm

Visit The Bane Haunted House Website for All Times and Info by Clicking HERE


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  • Pantophobia Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

53 Craig Rd., Montvale, NJ 07645

Enjoy the Haunted Hayride with a back story: “The Legend of Cyrus Grain continues to grow as his family’s old farm land has been developed into a shopping center. Cyrus seekers have documented videos of a shadowy figure they believe to be Cyrus Grain along the family’s last area of undeveloped land, legend has it that Cyrus will do whatever it takes to keep all trespassers off what he believes to be the last of his family’s land. Cyrus has been seen lurking in the woods, between buildings, and along the private roads at DePiero’s Farmstand in Montvale NJ. Do you and your friends have the nerve to ride North Jersey’s Best Haunted Hayride and search for Cyrus?” Children under 10 are not recommended.

Tickets: $25.33 (Group Rates available and VIP Tickets, see website for details)

When: October 6th, 7th, 19th, 22nd, 29th & 31st –  8pm – 10pm

October 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st – 8pm – 11pm

October 27th & 29th – 8pm – 12am

For More Information on Pantaphobia Click HERE


  • All Hallows’ Evenings at the Stickley Museum Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

2352 Route 10 West, Morris Plains, NJ 07950

Tour begins as night falls. But there’s no need to be frightened! By the 1910s, Halloween, not yet a holiday for children, was a night for amusement and superstition, mischief and fortune telling. Victorian era sensibilities had transformed traditional macabre customs associated with the night into playful parlor games and tricks, which provided a clever guise for match-making and romance at society parties. Light refreshments will follow to keep your spirits up!

Tickets: $5 for Members $12 for Non-Members

When: October 28th 2017 5:30pm-6:30pm

For More Information Visit All Hallows Eve Website Click HERE


  • MTVFD Annual Haunted House Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

PO Box 73 Mount Tabor, New Jersey, 07878

Local Town Performed Open House by the Mount Tabor Fire Department. Fun for the full family.

Tickets: TBD

When: TBD

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


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  • Stadium of Screams Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

450 Broad St. Newark, NJ 07102

The Newark Bears professional baseball team will once again welcome fans into a haunted ballpark this Halloween, as ghosts of Newark’s past baseball players come back to terrorize those who attend the second annual “Stadium of Screams” event.

Tickets: $20 for Three Haunts

When: October 18th – 21st, 25th – 28th, and the 31st from 7pm – Midnight

For More Information, visit The Stadium of Screams Website by Clicking HERE


  • Chiller Theater Expo Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

1 Hilton Court, Parsippany, NJ 07054

This Spooky Convention is fun for the whole family! Come enjoy stars of the horror genre and some scares along the way!

Tickets: $30 per day

When: October 27th – 29th (Friday, 6pm -11pm, Saturday 10am-7pm, and Sunday 11am – 4pm)

For More Information, visit their website by Clicking HERE


  • Brighton Asylum Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

2 Brighton Ave., Passaic, NJ 07055

Whether you just visited  last Halloween season, or you haven’t set foot through their creaky doors in years, Brighton Asylum boasts the scariest and most interactive haunted houses PERIOD! All custom special effects, huge moving sets that interact with you, actor driven animatronics trying to devour you, scares at every turn!! Brighton Asylum and its attractions underwent massive renovations in 2015, more massive renovations in 2016 with incredible new jaw dropping sets, scares and over the top special effects, and in 2017, we will once again outdo ourselves like we have become to be known for!

Tickets: TBD

When: Weekends in October

For More Information, Please Click HERE


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  • Great Pumpkin Festival Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

451 Rt. 94, Vernon, NJ 07462

Heaven Hill Farm has come a long way since it was first established in 1982 as a roadside fruit and vegetable stand in Vernon, NJ. Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains, the 365-acre farm was purchased in 1961 by the Theobald family from John Fox a local cattle farmer. The Theobalds raised beef cows into the late 1970s, at which time they sold off the cattle as the beef business had become unsustainable.

Tickets: TBD

When: Septermber 19th – November 5th

For More Information, Visit Their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Safe Howl-O-Ween Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

560 Northfield Ave. West Orange, NJ 07052

Come trick-or-treating at the Zoo. With candy stations throughout the grounds, everyone is sure to have a “sweet” time. Also, swing by our train for our famous “Not-So-Scary” Train Ride!

Tickets: $5.00

When: October 31st from 4pm-8pm

For More Information, Visit the Turtleback Zoo Website, Just Click HERE


  • Haunted Scarehouse Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

105 W Dewey Ave, Wharton, NJ 07885

Two Floors of FEAR!

This year the Haunted Scarehouse 2 Floors of Fear, challenges you like no other haunted house.  Navigate your way through The Hayden Farmhouse and make your way to the second floor.  This year in order to leave the Farmhouse your entire group will be forced to escape.  Your group will race against the clock trying to solve the sinister puzzle, those that succeed will win a prize!

Tickets: See Website

When: September 29th-Now, Tuesday-Sunday

For Times and Ticket Info, Visit The Haunted Scarehouse Website by Clicking HERE


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Presented by:

Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

Deborah Kerr

Keller Williams Elite, Realtors

Office: 732-549-1998

Cell: 732-910-1682

Email: debkerr@kw.com

Website: debkerr.com


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  • Atlantic FrightlandsHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

27 Prospect Cir., Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716

Bring a sweater, walking shoes and a brave spirit as we visit the town’s well-known paranormal hot spots and re-live its notorious scenes of mayhem!

Tickets: TBD

When: October 27th, 2017

For More Information, Visit The Fightlands Website by Clicking HERE


  • The Dark Carnival Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

136 Atlantic City Blvd., Bayville, NJ 08721

Since Antiquity, visually unusual beings had been exhibited in public spaces.  In the 16th century, street performances involving these beings were organized for the enjoyment of the public.

Later Freak shows featuring a number of ‘monsters’ contributed to the success of travelling shows. For more than a hundred years, the sideshow was to become an indispensable part of American circus culture.  Classic attractions of the past included the giant, the fat lady, the midget, the three-legged boy, the armless wonder and the thin man.

105 Sideshows used to exist in the United States alone, but today the business of sideshows has all but disappeared due to public scorn.  Until today…..

The Dark Carnival brings you New Jersey’s First Traveling Side Show.

Be amazed as you meet the Morbus, the Aquatic Fish Boy.  Taken straight from the Atlantic waters off Morocco, Morbus is an exotic, land dwelling fish that one must see to believe.

Step back as you witness the spectacle of Algano, the Amphibious Lizard Man.  Complete with scales and a slimy coat, Algano is sure to challenge your minds boundaries between the possible and impossible.

Finally, our greatest attraction… Mongo the Human Mutant.  Grotesquely deformed, one might debate if Mongo is human at all.  Completely devoid of all ability to learn and function in the human world, Mongo has known nothing but sideshow life since his birth.  Be careful as you approach him however he can be as dangerous as he is unusual.

So come one, come all to the Dark Carnival !!!   If you have unquenchable curiosity for the outlandish,  thirst for the unknown, and both an attraction and repulsion for the diseased and deformed, we have put together the show for you.  Visit our Sideshow of Oddities and we assure you that your mind, your curiosity, and all the beliefs you have ever held true will be questioned forever.

Tickets: $20.00

When: Weekends in October (Fridays & Saturdays) from 7pm – 11pm

For More Information, visit the Dark Carnival by Clicking HERE


  • Howl-O-Ween Dog Festival & Pooch ParadeHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

Riley Park, 615 Main St. Bradley Beach, NJ 07720

Live Music   featuring the Tom Petty tribute band, Damn the Torpedoes!  Join the pooch parade at 2:00 pm , Canine costume contest and talent show. Win big prizes from local establishments!

Tickets: No Admission Price

When: October 21st, 2017 from 12:00pm – 3:00pm (Rain Date October 22nd)

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


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  • EAKFEST Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

373 Adamston Road, Brick, NJ 08723

THE BEST event around! Pro-wrestling… the most frightening haunted trail… carnival rides… hayrides… food vendors… art/craft/merchandise vendors… face painting and more! All for an amazing cause! Guaranteed to please all ages! Don’t miss it!

Tickets:

Haunted Trail Tickets

Kids 10 & under -$5.00
Adults – $15.00
All Age EAKFAST PASS
(jump to the front) – $20.00
Non-Scary Hay Rides – $5.00
Jersey Premier Championship Wrestling – $15.00

Combo wrestling+haunted trail admission – $25.00
EAKFEST Merchandise:
T-shirts- $10.00
Long Sleeve Tees – $15.00
Hoodies -$30.00

When: October 20th & 21st Until 10pm

Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Scary Rotten Farms Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

151 Brick Blvd., Brick, NJ 08723

2 Terrrifying Haunts:
Sinister Sneed’s Chaotic Carbival of Chaos
Jacob Sneed’s first foray into the realm of bargaining with the Devil seemed fruitless—yet as his traveling carnival teetered on the brink of bankruptcy, Sneed faced little choice other than to beg the Prince of Darkness to save his doomed festival-on-wheels. But what possible use could the Devil have for pathetic Sneed or his carnival?
Blackened The Plague
The apocalypse brought with it a time known as “the Blackened”, the earth’s population was nearly eradicated. Those who survived banded together in separate communities and forced to survive by any means possible. Wars between these communities raged on, death was life. One such community known as Ravenshire , has been struck with a deadly plague that threatens to destroy them all. The cause and spread of this plague is unknown.The victims experience high fevers, vomiting of blood and grotesque swelling of bodily features. Because of this plague they become dangerously delusional and violent.

Tickets: Each Attraction $18.00, Combo $30.00, VIP COMBO $40.00

When: FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS
SEPTEMBER 29 – OCTOBER 28
OPEN AT 7:00 PM, LAST TICKET SOLD AT 10:00 PM
OCTOBER 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26 & 29
OPEN AT 7:00 PM, LAST TICKET SOLD AT 9:00 PM
OCTOBER 30 & HALLOWEEN: BLOOD NIGHT
OPEN 7:00 PM, LAST TICKET SOLD AT 9:00 PM

For More Information, Visit the Scary Rotten Farms Website by Clicking HERE


  • Cape May Ghost Tours Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

1048 Washington St., Cape May, NJ 08204

Cape May is one of the most haunted town’s you’ll ever visit. Is it any wonder? It’s such a marvelous place, even the spirits don’t want to leave Cape May! Dozens of Victorian gems have been investigated and documented to have “spirit” residents, all of whom are quite friendly, we assure you. Take a giant step back in Cape May’s past and see if a ghostly encounter is in the cards for you!

Tickets: Tickets can be purchased online or in advance at the Washington Street Mall Information Booth or at the Carriage House Visitors Center at the Physick Estate, 1048 Washington Street.

When: See Website

For More Information, Visit The Cape May Ghost Tour Website by Clicking HERE


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  • A. Casola Farm’s FallFest Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

178 NJ-34, Holmdel, NJ 07733

You will begin your haunted adventure at the first of three attractions. The all new House of Horrors is not for the faint of heart, you will journey through the narrow corridors where you will be greeted by some of your worse nightmares.

You have no choice but to face your fears and continue your journey in search of exit, if you are fortunate enough you will make your way to the Forbidden Forest, don’t be fooled you aren’t there yet look out for the creatures of the night. Upon your exit if you dare we welcome you to the rest of our fare.

You’ll be led to the haunted Corn Walk of Terror where you will be tormented by your worst nightmares! Beware: This is not for the faint of heart! Once you make it through (IF you do!), you will encounter a graveyard with the spirits of the dead!

You will then make your way to the famous Haunted Hay Wagons that will be waiting to take what’s left of your body on a haunted journey deep into the backwoods of New Jersey.

On this ride, you will encounter many lost souls, and if you are lucky, you’ll make it out alive to warn others to beware!!!

Tickets:  $8.00 House of Horrors

$20.00 Haunted Hayride and Corn Walk of Terror

Combo  $25.00

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights 7PM – 10PM Starting September 29 until October 29.

For More Information, Visit Their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Scared in JerseyHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

Exit 116 & Garden State Parkway, Holmdel, NJ 07733

Learn the legend of the Jersey Devil through multiple attractions at “Scared in Jersey” — if you dare. The Devil’s legend has inspired multiple scare-tastic attractions: The Devil’s Midway, where guests can engage in conversation with the Devil’s victims, buy food and scary merchandise. The Pine Barrens Maze, where guests travel a windy path guarded by large pine trees and haunted by 18th century ghosts… and the devil himself. Old Mother Leeds’ Cottage, a theater attraction where visitors can watch the Jersey Devil ghastly entrance into this world in his mother’s cottage.

Tickets: $25.00 Per Person

When: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Dracula’s DomainHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

569 Monmouth Rd., Jackson, NJ 08514

If you dare, hop onboard our Haunted Hayride that runs continuously through 66 haunted acres deep in the bowels of New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. 

If you are lucky enough to survive the Haunted Hayride, you can continue the adventure with a walk through the Psycho Path. You are safe as long as you don’t venture too far from the group.

Returning this year is the Dead End Corn Maze, a labyrinth terrorized by ghosts and ghouls that no haunt seeker would want to miss out on! 

Tickets: $15.00 Per Attraction, $25.00 Double Bypass, $30.00 Triple Bypass

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


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  • Nightmare at Gravity Hill Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

1005 Farmingdale Rd., Jackson, NJ 08527

Nightmare at Gravity Hill’s Haunted Trail attraction is a 35 to 45 minute walkable experience where guests will encounter numerous frights. With over a dozen scary scenes to witness, trail goers are sure to feel their heart rate increase. There is no knowing what may be around the next turn, but one thing is for sure, it will be frightening.

As soon as you enter the gates of Gravity Hill, the nightmare begins. You will encounter many creepy, spine chilling scenes and settings over the course of this haunted walk. This is no hayride! There is no running or escaping the creepy creatures of the night.

Tickets: $23.00 general admission ($33.00 Express Pass)

When: Weekends in October From Dusk until 11pm Fridays and Saturdays, and Dusk til 9pm on Sundays

For More Information, Visit their Website By Clicking HERE


  • Fright Fest! At Six Flags Great Adventure Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

1 Six Flags Blvd., Jackson, NJ 08527

The park is family-friendly by day, but they turn up the terror at dusk! Fright Fest at night is not recommended for children under 13 or anyone who scares easily.
This Halloween celebration at the huge Six Flags theme park has a large variety of trails, each with a different theme. They range from the not so scary to the extreme, very scary.The characters are live and will agree to stop and take pictures with you if you ask. Park Maps are provided to provide a guide and information on the shows and trails.

Tickets: Prices start at $29.00

When: Weekends in October (Fridays, 5:30pm – Midnight, Saturdays 11:00am – Midnight, and Sundays 11:00am – 10:00pm)

For More Information, Visit the Great Adventure Website by Clicking HERE


  • Halloween in Ocean GroveHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

45 Pilgrim Pathway, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756

Prizes for best-dressed pets. Parade starts at Noon  followed by trick or treating downtown.

Tickets: Free Admission

When: October 31st, 2017  at Noon

For More Information Visit it the town website by Clicking HERE


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  • Boo at the BoardwalkHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

300 Ocean Ave., Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742

This family event with activities for young kids features attendees dressing up in costumes , trick or treating, free face painting and crafts, stilt walkers, pumpkin patches, a beach maze, and underwater pumpkin carving in the Aquarium (Four Shows!)

Tickets: No Admission Price

When: 12pm – 4pm October 21st, 22nd, 28th, and 29th

For More Information, Visit the Boo at the Boardwalk Website by Clicking HERE


  • Point Pleasant Boro Halloween Costume & Float Parade Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

Bridge Ave. Point Pleasant, NJ 08742

Open to all ages, groups, and businesses that wish to celebrate the Halloween season. Fun for all ages – Pets – Groups – Motorized Floats – Pull Floats – Trophies and participation ribbons for all. The parade marches down Bridge Avenue to Community Park where the winners are announced and trophies

Tickets: No Admission Price

When: Sunday, October 29th, 2017 from 1pm-3pm

For More Information, Visit the Point Pleasant Website by Clicking HERE


  • Halloween Parade and Dance Party Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

45th to 40th St. and Landis Ave., Sea Isle City, NJ 08243

Bring the kids to an age-appropriate Halloween parade in Southern NJ this year! The 2016 Sea Isle City Halloween parade in Cape May County has something everyone can enjoy. There will be countless costumed characters that children will love seeing pass through the streets. Additionally, there will be holiday-themed floats, live musical entertainment and much much more!

In addition to the fun floats and costumed-characters, there will be a dance party in Excursion Park. Come out and join the various holiday mascots as they dance to the beats of popular music and enjoy the fun fall weather! Your dancing skills won’t matter at this event because the theme is Halloween and the monsters, zombies and spooky creatures don’t judge. The fun will begin at 7pm and all are invited to attend. Call 609-263-0050, or visit Sea Isle City’s website for additional information.

Tickets: Visit Website

When: October 21st, 2017 at 7pm

For More Information, Visit the Township Website by clicking HERE


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  • Tuckerton SeaportHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

120 W. Main St., Tuckerton, NJ 08087

Visit Tuckerton Seaport, if you dare, for a ‘spook’tacular adventure known in local lore as Haunted Seaport. Ghost ships sail up the Tuckerton Creek and dock to let the crew stroll the Seaport’s boardwalk for a night of screams. Try to find your way out of the haunted woods and climb aboard a hayride for a ghostly good time. Meet and greet with the Jersey Devil while dancing to music sure to bring even zombies back life. Purchase refreshments from the Voodoo Witch Doctor. They will also have a non-scary pumpkin patch with crafts, stories, games, and not-so-scary fall activities.

Tickets: General Admission is $8 for all ages. Hayrides are $5 with paid admission and free for Seaport Members. Black Pearl rides are an additional $10 per person.

When: Thursday, October 22nd, Friday, October 23rd and Saturday, October 24th from 6:00pm until 9:00pm each night.

For More Information, Visit Their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Camp Evans Base of Terror Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

2201 Marconi Road, Wall Township, NJ 07719

Wall Township, NJ. Experience the 100-year-old Army Base on a most terrifying and disturbing 1/2 mile-long journey. The true and weird New Jersey history of this National Historic Landmark includes a century of top-secret and experimental research in radar, radio, satellites, radioactive materials and much more that has yet to be declassified. Camp Evans Base of Terror is an all-volunteer effort to raise money for the operation of The Info Age Science History Learning Center and Museum and preserve the grounds of a National Historic Landmark Camp Evans Base.

Tickets: $20.00 General Admission ($3.00 Discount When Bought online)

When: Friday and Saturdays in October from 7pm-11pm

For More Information, Visit Their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Greater Wildwood Elk’s Haunted HouseHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

109 W. 1st Ave., Wildwood, NJ 08260

The Greater Wildwood Elks Club, operating out of Cape May County NJ, will be running a haunted house for children during the 2016 season. On Halloween Day, you can bring your little one to the Elks Lodge on 1st Avenue where they can make their way through the “haunted house,” trick-or-treating in the process.

Families will love spending the evening, between 5 and 8pm, at the Elks Club because it is child appropriate and trick-or-treaters of all ages are sure to have a good time. Members of the club will be the ones handing out the candy and parents can partake in the fun by going “door to door” with their children or relaxing while the kids enjoy themselves.

Tickets: No Admission Fee

When: October 31st, 2017 from 5pm-8pm

For More Information, Visit Their Website by Clicking HERE


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  • Ultimate Halloween – Thrills on the BoardwalkHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

    Tropicana Casino & Resort, 2831 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

As darkness falls across the land, the midnight hour is close at hand…
Hosted by Cat Country’s Joe Kelly, this trick-or-treat extravaganza begins at 7:30 p.m. on the Boardwalk in front of Tropicana where a featured Halloween-themed light and sound show will set the mood.
And though you fight to stay alive, your body starts to shiver. For no mere mortal can resist the evil of the thriller!
At 8 p.m. brave souls are invited to join the Boogie Nights cast as they reenact the famous dance from Michael Jackson’s Thriller video. The first one hundred dancers to register will receive a trick-or-treat bag. Whether there is a “trick” or a “treat” inside is left up to chance. Twenty-five “treats” are up for grabs including a $250 Tropicana gift card, a complimentary overnight stay, dinner at il Verdi, a VIP booth at Boogie Nights and much more! However, everyone is lucky enough to walk away with candy and some Tropicana logoed items.

Tickets: No Admission Price, Open to the Public

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017; 7:30pm-8:30pm

For More Information on this Event, Visit their Website By Clicking HERE


  • Alloway Halloween ParadeHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

Main Street. Alloway, NJ

The Alloway Halloween Parade has been held every year since 1968. Thanks to community support and dedicated volunteers the Halloween Parade continues to be a staple of the Alloway experience.

Tickets: No Admission Price, Open to the Public

When: October 28, 2017: @ 7:00pm (Rain date is October 29th at 7:00pm)

For More Information Visit the Alloway Parade Website By Clicking HERE


  • Psycho TrailHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

311 Harrison Ave. Blackwood, NJ 08012

Free home haunt located in Blackwood NJ

Tickets: Free Admission, Donations Available (All Proceeds Are Donated to The American Cancer Society)

When: Open Oct 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th, 29th, & 31st, 2017, 7pm-?

October 31st 5pm – ?

For More Information, Visit the Psycho Trail Website, by Clicking HERE


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  • Goblins in the Garden Family FestivalHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

Camden Children’s Garden, 3 Riverside Drive, Camden, NJ 08103

Come in costume and have howling good time! Take a Haunted Train Ride, encounter characters throughout the garden, and meet the bumbling burglars! Trick or Treat during the Costume Parade.

Tickets: Visit the Website for Ticket Details

When: Saturday, October 28, 2017,   

For More Information, Visit The Goblins in the Garden Website by Clicking HERE


  • BloodShed Farms Fear Fest Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

2919 Route 206, Columbus, NJ 08022

Legend has it, that the Lived family had a very dark secret.

During the time the Liveds ran the old farm, 16 reported people went missing in a span of 3 years. Investigation never led to the farm. The Liveds themselves even had a daughter among those gone … unaccounted

It wasn’t until after the family picked up and moved on that people stopped disappearing. Soon after that, the shed was found.

Hidden well within the farm’s sprawling forest, the tiny red shed was revealed to be the gruesome location related to at least 14 of the missing people. No bodies were ever found. Well, none that were easily recognizable. DNA from blood, flesh, teeth, feces, and other human parts were used for verification. Those who managed to stomach even talking about the shed revealed little.

A wooden chair sat erect in the center of the shed, surrounded by shelves full of items used for various torture and killing methods. The chair itself, a device constructed to help aid in the sadism and madness.

The local authorities burned the shed to the ground.The locals started calling the place “BloodShed Farms”. None of the members of the Lived family were ever found.

Tickets: General Combo (All Four Attractions) $30

VIP Combo Pass (Cutting Line for All Four Attractions) $45.00

Individual Attractions $12.00-$15.00

When: Weekends  (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) from 7:30pm – 10:00pm

For More Information, Visit the Bloodshed Farms Website by Clicking HERE


  • Bullock Farms Halloween 2017 in New Jersey

83 Emlys Hill Rd., Cream Ridge, NJ 08514

Come spend the day on the farm and celebrate the beginning of the Fall season! Bring the whole family for hay rides, live music, delicious food, pumpkin picking, the Bullock Barnyard, and lots more!

Tickets: Hayrides $4.00 per person, Pumpkins $0.55 per pound

When: Weekends Until October 31st, 2017, from 10am – 5pm

For More Information, Visit the Bullock Farms Website by Clicking HERE


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  • Cornfield of TerrorHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

723 W. Herschel St., Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215

Legend has it that many years ago a local farmer from this area went into his cornfield to bring in the harvest and was never seen again. The only remaining evidence that something horrific has happened was the pool of blood in the dirt and scattered pieces of flesh.

Every fall the blood curdling screams of the victim can be heard when the moon is awake during October. As you walk the dark cornfield’s path, you never know what fright is around the next corner. If doesn’t matter how fast you are, the demented creatures of the Cornfield of Terror will hunt you down. This is your worst nightmare come true. The sights and sounds of the Cornfield of Terror will leave you screaming for your life as well as running out of your shoes. You don’t have to be the fastest, just don’t be the slowest. Will you be the next victim?

R and J Farm also has a non-scary corn maze for those that do not have enough courage or simply want to test their navigational skills in the dark with nothing but a flashlight to help guide your way though the corn. Enjoy our free outdoor movie as you sit by the bonfire. During the day, you can take a leisurely hayride out to the pumpkin patch.

Tickets: $14.00 Adults
$19.00 Adult Combo Ticket

$10.00 Kids 10 & Under
$15.00 Kids Combo Ticket

When: Weekends in October (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) Friday and Sunday, Dusk til 10:00pm, and Saturdays Dusk til 10:30pm

For More Information, Visit The Cornfield of Terror Website, Cick HERE


  • Terror In The JunkyardHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

353 zion rd. Egg Harbor Township, N.J. 08234

Haunted Hayride and Maze Presented by Scullville Fire Department

Tickets: Hayride ticket $10.00
Maze ticket $5.00
Combo ticket $13.00 (saves $2.00)
Sorry no group rates
Zombie Paintball $5 (50 rounds, marker, and mask supplied)

When: Every Friday and Saturday 7pm-11pm Sunday7pm-10pm
in October

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Medford Halloween ParadeHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

17 N. Main St., Medford, NJ 08055

Why has the Medford-Vincentown Rotary put on this fantastic parade year after year? All you need to do is walk down Main Street and see the hundreds of kids all dressed in custom and excitedly waiting for the first float to come by. It’s a magical night that brings the community together and has grown to attract 30, 000 spectators and participants. With marching bands and cheerleaders, princesses and fireman the Medford-Vincentown Rotary Halloween parade is a family friendly site to see.

Tickets: No Admission, Open To the Public

When: October 28th, 2017 7:00pm

For More Information, Visit the Medford Website by Clicking HERE


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  • Mullica Hill’s Ghost WalkHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

47 South Main Street Mullica Hill , NJ 08062

Join the Harrison Township Historical Society on Saturday October 14th for our ever-popular Ghost Walk. Explore Mullica Hill’s haunted history as you walk past the historic houses and public buildings along Main Street during the 1 and 1/2-hour guided tour.

The Jersey Unique Minds Paranormal Society (JUMPS) will be at the event and conducting an investigation in blueplate’s basement, the starting location of the tour. Before your tour departs will be able to view a live video feed from the infrared camera. Doug Hogate Jr. will also be doing a live broadcast of his paranormal radio show “Paradelphia.”

Tickets: $7 per person

When: October 14th, 2017 at 6:30pm

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Night of TerrorHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

448 Lincoln Mill Rd., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

This year with seven terrifying attractions! Including Haunted Cornfield Maze, Slaughter Cave, Dark Dreams, Head Hunters, The Zombie Mayhem, Ride of Terror, and Haunted Paintball Hayride. For More Information on each, visit their website.

Tickets: GENERAL ADMISSION, $35.00 per person for all 6 haunted attractions

VIP ADMISSION

$60 per person for all 6 haunted attractions
On Any Date: Takes you to the front of the line; little to no line waiting

Military Discount

Thursday night Military $10 off discount (with proper ID)

GROUP DISCOUNT

$25.00 per person for all 6 haunted attraction
Thursday nights ONLY with a group of 20 or More People

When: Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays in October, 6:30pm – 10:00pm (Except October 26th – October 28th from 6:30pm-9:00pm)

For More Information, Visit the Night of Terror Website by Clicking HERE


  • Fear In The ForestHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

182 City Line Road (OFF Route 70, Mile Marker 32.5) Pemberton, NJ 08068

Hidden Deep in the woods of Pemberton Township, NJ this Family owned and operated Haunted Attraction. As you turn off of Route 70 and go through our creepy old cranberry bogs keep a look out for the Jersey Devil, and More! This DARK DARK ride through the bogs and into the woods will give you goosebumps, but keep an eye on the road one WRONG TURN will lead you into the middle of no where with no way out. Be sure to follow the bones to the CABIN IN THE WOODS where the Fights and Fears will begin. The Clowns, Ghosts, and Ghouls of this Family Blueberry farm will come out of no where so make sure you watch your back, you never know whats about to attack. If you make it from your car to the ticket booth make sure you look out for RELLIK and CHAOS there is no holding them back. Once your group leaves with the tour guide there is NO TURNING BACK. As you walk even further in the woods watch you step and don’t leave your group or you may never see them again. If you survive the walk through be sure to gather at the Cabin for Music and Food.

Tickets: No Admission, Donations Accepted $10.00 ages 10 and up, $5 under

When: October 13th and 14th from dusk til 11pm

For More Information, Visit their Website, Click HERE


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  • Giant Pumpkin Carve & Pumpkin PageantHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

Salem County Fair Grounds
Route 40 Pilesgrove Township, NJ 08098

The South Jersey Antique Tractor Pullers will host an event on Saturday, October 14th at the South Jersey Pumpkin Show fall festival. Tell your friends, share the news and come out to the Salem County Fairgrounds

Tickets:

When: Saturday, October 13th 5pm-10pm, 14th and 15th 10am – 5pm

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Swedesboro’s Harry Potter Inspired Halloween FestivalHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

1301 Kings Hwy, Swedesboro, NJ 08085

Fans of ALL ages…Here is a perfect way to have fun at our Harry Potter Inspired Halloween Festival. While fun activity stations are geared toward 12 years old and under, let’s create a magical Wizarding World together! Locals- We need you! Three different sign-ups are listed below (1. Sign up to VOLUNTEER on 10/28. 2. Have your GROUP run a station on 10/28. 3. Help us create the Wizarding World and details BEFORE the event).

Tickets: Visit Website For Information

When: October 28th, 11am – 5pm

For More Information, Visit their website by clicking HERE


  • Bamboo Gardens Walk of FearHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

134 Landing St., Southampton, NJ 08088

Voted one of the best Haunted Houses in New Jersey. They have foggers, strobe lights,  claustrophobia  tunnels, DO NOT ENTER if you have
Respiratory or Physical issues and  or suffer from Asthma or Seizures

Tickets: $25.00 per person

When: Friday and Saturdays in October from 7pm-10pm

For More Information, Visit their website by Clicking HERE


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  • Oasis Island of TerrorHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

3 Circle Drive, Trenton, NJ 08691

Oasis Island of Terror offers a unique haunt experience designed to heighten your inner fears and senses. It’s New Jersey’s most realistic walkthrough haunt that’s soon to be your destination to fear! AS WE PREPARE FOR YOUR ARRIVAL, YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR YOUR SURVIVAL!

Tickets: $25.00 per person

When: Weekends in Ocotber from 7pm – 10pm

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


  • Sahara Sam’s Monster Splash Halloween EventHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

535 North Route 73 West Berlin, NJ 08091

Get in the Halloween spirit at our FAMILY FRIENDLY Monster Splash!

This splashtastic, festive event is perfect for families with children of all ages! Our Sahara Sam’s DJ will be rockin’ the building with your favorite Halloween jams and holding contests and giveaways throughout the night. PLUS – we’re doing a FOAM party! Also a beer tasting for Adults.

Tickets: $24.95

When: October 27th, 2017 4:00pm – 9:00pm

For More Information, Visit Their Website, Click HERE


  • Miller Farms Haunted Hayride and MazeHalloween 2017 in New Jersey

624 S. Egg Harbor Rd., Winslow, NJ 08037

As October rolls in, we welcome you back to the infamously haunted woods at Miller’s Hayride. This year the thrill and fear will begin even earlier, on Friday, September 29th. Miller’s dares you to jump on the wagon and experience all new horrific scenes. Still not horrified enough? After the hayride take a walk through the haunted maze, in hopes of finding your way out! See you there… if you dare!

Tickets: Haunted Hayride – $15.00

Haunted Maze – $7.00

Combo – $20.00

When: Friday Sept 29th – Sunday Oct 29th
Every Friday, Saturday or Sunday, 7pm to 11pm
* Last Ride Starts at 10pm *

For More Information, Visit their Website by Clicking HERE


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Autumn Life Hacks – 15 Tips to Make Your Fall the Best it Can Be!

Autumn Life Hacks

15 Tips to Make Fall the Best Season Yet!

Fall Life Hacks

Summer is behind us, and with the start of the fall season comes a ton of wonderful things, leaves changing, cooling weather, pumpkin picking, apple cider, Halloween, and so many other activities. But how can you optimize your fall experience for both your home and yourself?

Well, look no further! Let the Kerr Team share tips with you so you can enjoy the season, with:

15 Tips to Make the Fall Your Season Yet!

Fall Life Hacks


  1. Make Pumpkins Last! 

There’s nothing worse than watching your picked pumpkins decay on your front porch. As they rot, they attract a variety of animals and insects feasting upon them. Stop this natural process by taking a spray bottle and filling it with a mixture of bleach and water. Coat the pumpkin and watch them last until after Halloween.


2. Easy Leaf Cleaning

With the season comes a massive leaf cleanup, especially if you have a deck or a patio. It looks sloppy and can be a problem to maintain. If you don’t have a leaf blower, because we all don’t own a landscaping company, this could be a tall task. Well work smarter, not harder. Use a simple house fan to blow the leaves where you want them to go, or into a pile. Makes for easy cleanup and looks even better.


3. Dry Your Shoes/Boots with Ease

During the season, it can easy for your footwear to become wet, and there’s nothing worse than walking around in a wet shoe. Well you don’t have to buy a new pair, nor break the bank cleaning them. Just grab some old newspaper and put them in the shoe, the paper will absorb the wetness, and overnight, your shoes will be dry.


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4. Save a Wet Phone

In fairness, this one doesn’t always work, but it’s worth a shot instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a new phone. With the season can come rain, which causes wet clothes. But that could be devastating to your electronics. If you get your phone wet, to save it, place it in a container with uncooked, white rice, overnight. The salts in the rice with pull the moisture out of the phone, and hopefully save the functionality of your phone.


5. Create a New Kind of Lunch Box

With the fall comes back to school. While at school, you want to save lunch to be as fresh as possible. Well re-purpose those old black CD cases into a lunch container. The air tight seal will conceal freshness and ensure a good meal. See picture belowFall Life Hacks


6. Heating Pinecones

Pinecones can be a very nice decorative piece for your Thanksgiving table or even on a coffee table. But Pinecones can be a hotbed for insects and other undesirables you wouldn’t like in your home. To prevent this, before displaying them, put them on a baking sheet and cook them at 250 degrees for a bout an hour. That will take care of any of those hitchhikers you wouldn’t want to display to guests.


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7. Use Old Cinderblocks to Display Jack-o-lanterns

This one is fun, but it may not be worth it to go out an purchase. But if you have some cinderblocks lying around, you can adjust them into being displays for Jack-O-Lanterns and candles, that will not burn and will be aesthetically pleasing.

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8. DIY Potpourri 

One of the best parts of the season are the smells. You can achieve this with a candle or a plug in spray. But these scents can be achieved in a cheap, simple way by making your own potpourri. Use a few cinnamon sticks, a couple sliced apples, some orange peels, cloves, and vanilla extract, and simmer them in a pot on a stove, and let simmer throughout the day (just keep adding water to prevent burning), and your home will smell amazing.


9. Unique Candles

This is an inexpensive way to display a unique style of candles for the season. Take a normal candle, the larger the better, and place them in a larger vase. With the space between the candle and the vase, pour popcorn kernels in the gaps and wrap a bow around the vase, and display it where appropriate.


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10. Gutter Cleaning

Every year, several people get injured, or worse, while cleaning out their gutters, by falling off a ladder. Well avoid doing so, taking a shop vacuum and attach a PVC pipe that bends and simply do it from the ground. Your back will thank you, as will your friends and family be happy you did it in a safe and sound process.


11. Bathroom Pumpkins

This is a fun, yet practical thing for storage in your bathroom. With your extra rolls of toilet paper, wrap them in cheap tissue paper (you can even use the packaging paper from a gift bag you may have received), then cut an old toilet paper roll and roll the cardboard into a stem, and even take leaves from outside and glue them to the top. Your guests will think it’s cute, with paying barely anything.

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12. While Landscaping, Use a Tarp

We’ve all had the struggle of raking leaves, then when putting them into leaf bags, half of the leaves fall out and become scattered all over again, causing you to have to do it all over again. Well work smarter, not harder. Rake the leaves onto a plastic tarp, then when full, just lift the tarp and dump into however you dispose of your leaves.


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13. Make a Fall Themed Centerpiece

Putting flowers or a centerpiece in the center of your table, really makes the table look a lot better. But why not make it have a fall theme, without breaking the bank. Take a normal pumpkin, hallow it out, then place a glass or even an aluminum can in the center with some water, and fill with your choice of floral arrangement. This will sure to brighten up any meal.


14. Washing Potatoes Made Easy

Potatoes are a usual staple in any fall meal. The first part of creating the delicious side item is washing them. Some people washing them one by one in the sink, but why? Make it easy on yourself, especially if you’re making a lot of potatoes. Put them in the top shelf of your dishwasher and run them through a rinse cycle, without adding soap.


15. Cooking Potatoes Made Easy

After washing your potatoes, you of course need to cook them. Well it could take a long time and sometimes you don’t have a pot big enough to fit all of them. Boil water in a normal pot or kettle, put the potatoes in a regular cooler, then once it the kettle boils, pour the water over the potatoes, close the lid to the cooler, and let the potatoes cook in the cooler, add more boiled water as needed.


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Metuchen Real Estate – The New York Times : “Metuchen, N.J.: A ‘Doughnut Hole’ with a Storied Past and New Development”

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Check it out, as Featured in the “Living In” Section of the New York Times, the article titled: “Metuchen, N.J.: A ‘Doughnut Hole’ with a Storied Past and New Development” published on September 13th 2017, written by Julie Lasky

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“In 1970, Donald Wernik, then the newly elected mayor of Metuchen, floated the idea of developing a six-acre commuter parking lot near the train station. He reasoned that an influx of commercial property would relieve some of the citizenry’s tax burden.

“But the people of Metuchen, a borough 25 miles southwest of Manhattan, with gracious single-family homes and a Bedford Falls-style Main Street, feared that new construction would bring too much density and destroy its small-town character.

“The lot remained in place for the next 40-something years, until the city sold it to Woodmont Properties, which developed a project with 273 residential units, about 17,000 square feet of retail, a high-rise parking deck and a half-acre plaza for public gatherings, including a weekly farmers’ market. The complex, Woodmont Metro at Metuchen Station, is 60 percent leased and will be completed by the end of the year.

“And guess who already lives there? Mr. Wernik, who in April moved with his wife, Joyce, into a two-bedroom apartment for which they pay $2,990 a month.

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“‘I’ve become the mayor of New Street now,’ Mr. Wernik, 92, said, referring to his current address and the crowd of acquaintances who continued to drop by long after he sold his family pharmacy and retired from politics. He is a little wistful about the days before World War II, when Metuchen was ‘a big field with a Main Street, just about.’ (His family moved there from Brooklyn, in 1926, and his grandfather helped found the first synagogue.) But he is hopeful for a future that will soon include a Whole Foods. The supermarket is scheduled to open in October, just steps from his door, across from another complex under construction with 80 housing units.

“Commonly described as a “’oughnut hole’ surrounded by Edison, N.J., Metuchen basks in its exceptionalism. It has been called the ‘brainy borough’ ever since 1915, when a local weekly newspaper won a competition with a paper that backed Glen Ridge, N.J., for the title, each naming a prominent citizen every week until the Glen Ridge list was exhausted. That was long before a young resident named David Kotkin (later David Copperfield) entertained neighbors with magic tricks and before the poet John Ciardi translated Dante while living on Graham Avenue (he later moved to Middlesex Avenue).

“But though Metuchen is a commuter town, with a rail station that accommodates 178,000 riders each month, its soul is on Main Street. The businesses, housed in time-roughened brick buildings, are small and unique. They include the Metuchen Savings Bank (established 1897), the Jewel Shop (established 1945) and a barbershop out of Norman Rockwell called Luigi’s.

“Peter Cammarano, the current mayor, said the large infusion of retail a couple of blocks away from this district alarmed some business owners, but will bring stability. ‘We’re starting to see more foot traffic on Main Street,’ he said. ‘We’re down to one vacancy; a couple of years ago, it was five or six.’

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“Ultimately, it is hoped that the developments will attract new energy to a town whose population of 13,871 has increased slightly in recent years but is still more than 2,000 shy of its height in the 1970s. “We’re getting a millennial resident coming out of Jersey City or Hoboken looking for something a little more affordable, a little more staid, in an area that isn’t quite as developed,” said Stephen Santola, an executive vice president of Woodmont Properties. Of the 162 units currently occupied at Woodmont Metro, only 10 to 15 percent are leased by Metuchen or Edison residents, he said.

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“What You’ll Find

“Deborah Kerr, a broker with Keller Williams and a lifelong Metuchen resident, said new construction isn’t limited to downtown. Throughout the city, old buildings are being torn down and replaced with larger houses that sometimes squeeze their lots and have ‘raised the price point a little bit.’

“Single-family homes dominate the sales market, she said, while townhouse condominiums make up about 20 percent. Among the older apartment complexes are Metuchen Manor and Redfield Village.

“Many of the pricier houses are clustered northeast of downtown, in the Middlesex Avenue-Woodwild Park Historic District. properties there include Greek Revival, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival and Craftsmen houses dating from the mid-19th century to the 1940s. The district also has important buildings like the circa 1807 Old Franklin Schoolhouse and 1869 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.

“Metuchen’s principal green space is Centennial Park, a 13-acre tract that opened in 2000, a century after the town was incorporated as a borough. A new playground at nearby Oakland Park is scheduled to open on Sept. 23.

“What You’ll Pay

“As of Sept. 10, the Central Jersey Multiple List Service website listed 54 homes for sale, from a one-bedroom condominium at the Metuchen Gardens complex on Prospect Street, priced at $165,000, to a six-bedroom 1850 house on Maple Avenue, priced at $1.75 million.

“According to Ms. Kerr, 87 single-family houses were sold between Jan. 1 and Sept. 1, at a median price of $484,525, after an average of 64 days on the market.

“The average price of a house in Metuchen, Ms. Kerr said, is currently about $600,000. She estimated that taxes on a resold house valued at about $300,000 are $7,000 to $9,000 a year, but can be “all over the map.” New construction is subject to later assessments, she noted, so taxes are likely to be higher.

 

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“The Vibe

“A town with a palate-teasing variety of ethnic restaurants, a theater surviving from the age of vaudeville and a Revolutionary War graveyard is no bland suburban outpost. Though residents cope with increasing density and traffic, not to mention the city’s recent hiring of its first parking enforcement officer, they hang onto their old-timey values. Mr. Cammarano, the mayor, said, Metuchen is still the kind of place where if ‘you’re on Main Street and you do something wrong, your mother finds out about it — that hasn’t changed.’

“The Schools

“After declining enrollments led to a reorganization of Metuchen’s schools in the 1980s, the student population has been steadily growing. Today, said Vincent Caputo, the schools superintendent, 2,293 children are in the system, a 30 percent increase from 1991. “We’re watching it carefully,” he said of the growth, converting some spaces into classrooms and upgrading the infrastructure. “We don’t want kids sitting on radiators, and we don’t want teachers in closets.”

“Moss Elementary School enrolls 170 students in prekindergarten and kindergarten.

“Campbell Elementary School enrolls about 680 students in grades one through four. On 2017 state tests, 71 percent of students met standard in English versus 53 percent statewide; 70 percent met standards in math versus 51 percent statewide.

“Edgar Middle School enrolls about 730 students in grades five through eight. On state tests, 81 percent of students met standards in English versus 58 percent statewide; 58 percent met standards in math versus 40 percent statewide.

“Metuchen High School enrolls about 690 students. Mean SAT scores for the class of 2017 were 593 in reading and 585 in math, versus 539 and 537 statewide.

“The Commute

“New Jersey Transit offers frequent direct train service between Metuchen and Pennsylvania Station. The ride takes between 40 minutes and an hour, and costs $11.75 each way. A monthly pass is $336.

“The History

“According to a Federal Writers’ Project history of Metuchen, the town was named for Matouchin, a chief of the Raritan Indians who was believed to have died around 1700. The word is translated as “rolling upland,” though that may relate to the namesake’s home country rather than Metuchen’s actual topography. An Indian deed from 1677 refers to the area as Mateckshoning. ” – Posted from the article “Metuchen, N.J.: A ‘Doughnut Hole’ with a Storied Past and New Development” New York Times, written by Julie Lasky, published September 13th, 2017. For More information or full article, CLICK HERE

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Step into Metuchen charm. This corner lot home exudes curb appeal, with brick face porch.  Walking through the doors, you’re greeted with a cozy living room with wall to wall carpeting, accessing the formal dining room, with hardwood flooring, coordinated window treatments, and promises of social engagements to come. The eat-in-kitchen is everything a cook could want, with a newer dishwasher, pantry, and an eating area, all completely refaced in 2013.  The upstairs bedrooms are spacious and bright, creating the perfect, inviting environment with ample closet space. The basement is full and clean, with newer washer and dryer. Two zoned baseboard heating along with two zone central air. This home is near all major highways, short walk from bustling downtown area and shopping malls, public transportation to New York City, and great schools. This home is A MUST SEE!

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