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publisher’s note Ready for Fall? We’re excited to bring you our ‘Back to School’ issue packed with fun the whole family will love! Did you know your child’s backpack should weigh no more than 15% of their body wight? We have tips to help pick out that new backpack for your back-to-schooler. South Jersey has some of the finest family farms that you can get lost in a corn maze, pick pumpkins and enjoy a relaxing hayride. Make sure you take advantage of the great coupons offered in this issue to make your Fall experience even better! Find your favorite ultimate Bucket List for this Fall! From really scary to not so scary you will find tons of memorable Fall things to do in the JSF Ultimate Fall Bucket List. Share your photos with us, you never know, you could see them in an upcoming issue of JSF! On a personal note, I have a passion for history, so I hope you enjoy the story, It Happened: On the West Jersey Line as much as I do. As usual you can find all the best festivals and events in South Jersey on our Fall calendar. Always check our online calendar for the most updated info. Cover photo credit goes to Tara Mander Photography. You can find her on Facebook or on her website www.photosbytaramander.com

inside Features:

Back Pack Tips.............................. 4 Fall Bucket List.......................... 6-7 Key to the Past......................... 8-9 Inside Out Caramel Apples ... 11 Fall Happenings.................... 12-15 JSF Favorites.......................... 16-18

P.O. Box 96, Mays Landing, NJ 08330

PublisherS, Pam Joseph and Sherrii Brentari editor, Mari Dattolo To place an event listing e-mail information to pamela.jsf@gmail.com

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609-829-8796 Jersey Shore Family is a free publication with a combined circulation of approximately 20,000 distributed through Atlantic County and online. Printed in the U.S. The publisher and advertisers will not be liable or responsible for typographical errors, omissions, misinformation, etc. contained in this publication. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for products which are in violation of the law. Comments can be received at pamela.jsf@gmail.com. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is strictly prohibited. All contents copyright 2017 Jersey Shore Family.

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Tip #1: Start with a

lightweight backpack.

Make sure the backpack is made of a lightweight but durable material.

Tip #2: Make sure the shoulder

straps are wide and padded.

Wide, padded straps provide support and prevent the straps from becoming too tight. Your child’s straps should be snug, but not so tight that they cause discomfort.

Tip #3: The back should also be padded.

Padding that sits against your child’s back will provide additional support and prevent discomfort.

Tip #4: Look for a backpack with a waist strap.

A waist strap holds the contents closer to your child’s back, which can help him or her maintain balance.

Tip #5: Multiple compartments are a plus.

If your child’s backpack has multiple compartments, it will be easier to evenly distribute the weight of the items inside. The heaviest items should be packed low and toward the center of the bag.

Tip #6: Both straps should be worn at all times.

Make sure your child is always wearing both straps. Wearing both straps can also help distribute the weight more evenly and prevent your child from leaning to one side, which can cause pain in the neck, back, or shoulders. It also makes losing his or her balance less likely.

Tip #7: Do not overload!


Your child’s backpack should weight no more than 15 percent of his or her total body weight. Anything more can force children to slouch or hunch to compensate for the extra weight. Remove any items that are unnecessary, and encourage your children to carry heavier items in their arms, if possible.

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Where Individual Creativity is Encouraged in the Arts... Cygnus takes pride in teaching life long skills for those who wish to pursue an arts career & for those who just enjoy it. We are proud to present a wide variety of classes for all ages & talents: ACTING: Film Acting & Production DANCE: Classical Ballet, Creative & Modern Dance, Jazz, Hip Hop, & Tap MUSIC: Brass, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Voice, Strings, & Woodwinds VISUAL ARTS: Children’s Art, Drawing, Oils, Painting, Sculpture, & Watercolor UNIQUE ARTISTIC & COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES Atlantic Pops Community Band – Professional and student musicians perform side by side Cygnus Contemporary Dance Company – Extensive classes for committed dancers with multiple performances. Movie Musical Class – Yelp 2! Students learn about acting and filming with a final presentation of a movie open to the public. Screen Writing Workshop – For Middle School through High School Students Student & Juried Art Shows Special Needs Classes in partnership with the Arc of Atlantic County Young at Heart Classes for Senior 65+ Only $5/Class Dance Movement and Chair Zumba • Painting and Drawing

In Person Registration

Monday, August 27-Thursday, August 30 at 4:00pm-7:30pm and Monday, September 4– Thursday, September 6 at 4:00pm-7:30pm Cygnus Creative Arts Centre • 5045 English Creek Ave. • EHT Located in the Egg Harbor Township Community Center • 609-272-1199

Online Registration begins Fri. Aug.10


Visit to easily register online. Our website shows a detailed list of classes and our professional faculty. For More Class Info 609.272.1199 info@cygnusarts.org * Funding has been provided in part by the New Jersey Council of the Arts/Department of State, through the Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.

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R &of Galloway J Farm • Group Rates Available • Great for Birthday Parties • Fall Decorations • Christmas Tree Tagging

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Pick your own Apples!

(See page 11 for a list of local orchards)

Go Trick or Treating Get lost in the 4 Acre Corn Maze at

Butterhof ’s Shady Brook Farm in Egg Harbor City www.shadybrookfarmnj.com

Build a scarecrow Brave the Cornfield of Terror at

R and J’s in Galloway. www.randjfarm.com

Take a Nature Walk Visit a Haunted Prison www.TerrorBehindTheWalls.com

Go to a Fall Festival www.HistoricSmithville.com

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Learn how to blow glass www.WheatonArts.org

See one of the largest Pumpkins in NJ www.SJPumkinShow.com

Take a road trip to Frightland in New Castle Delaware. Scare yourself silly - it’s worth the drive. www.frightland.com Go to a Drive In Movie for movies and show times visit www.delseadrive-in.com

Make Caramel Apples (See page 11 for a recipe)

Watch a scary movie Make Halloween costumes



On the West Jersey Line


any years ago streets were made of dirt and people traveled in wagons or carriages pulled by horses. Towns like Mays Landing, New Jersey were small communities where people worked and lived together. During the nineteenth century, when Abraham Lincoln was President, railroads were built to make traveling faster and easier. By 1869, trains could take travelers nearly anywhere in the country. Cars, trucks and airplanes hadn’t been invented yet. Trains became the best way to visit other areas or move products from large farms to factories. Machinery had been invented that would turn crops into useful items. During the 1800s, cotton was grown in the southern states because of the warmer temperatures and the free labor by plantation slaves. It was harvested and put onto trains where it was taken to cotton mills in northern states like New Jersey. Mays Landing had a cotton mill where many people from the town worked. The owners of the cotton mill also built houses for the workers to live in, a company store where they could buy what they needed and a one room schoolhouse for the children. Some children even worked in the cotton mill. It was called the Mays Landing Water Power Company.


In 1880, the owners of the cotton mill built a railroad from the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Atlantic City, New Jersey. The railroad also had a spur in Mays Landing, where empty railcars could be left at the mill to have the bales of cotton unloaded. After the products like towels and fabrics were made from cotton, they were loaded back on the trains. Freight cars were attached to locomotives and sent by rail to the city of Philadelphia. Once they arrived there, the Pennsylvania Railroad could move the finished products to many other parts of the country. This time in history was called the Industrial Era. During these years, steam engine trains had a very big part in developing the United States. Locomotives were also called “Iron Horses”, and soon they were replacing horses as the better transportation choice over long distances. Rail lines didn’t just move products and raw materials. They were also built to transport people in passenger cars. The railroad that was built with the spur to the cotton mill in Mays Landing was called the West Jersey Line. In June of 1880 it had just started taking excursion trips from the city to the boardwalk in Atlantic City. People from Philadelphia couldn’t wait

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to get to the shore where they could find some relief from the summer’s heat. Churches from Philadelphia made plans to take a train ride to Atlantic City on Wednesday, August 11, 1880. Nearly 1800 people took two trains that morning from Camden, NJ and arrived at the shore at 9AM. The day was a little cloudy, but the travelers were happy to be visiting the ocean, many for the first time. In this time of the Industrial Era, new Americans were arriving from countries in Eastern Europe in search of work. Most of the passengers that day were young Irish immigrants of St. Anne’s Parish, who worked in factories in Philadelphia and its suburbs. After a day of enjoying the beach and the ocean, it was time to return to the city. As they boarded the two trains to leave at 6:00PM, a terrible summer storm began. The lightning bolts crackled and the thunder clouds rumbled as the wooden passenger cars rolled along the steel rails. Seventeen miles away, the trains had to make a brief stop in Mays Landing, New Jersey. The rain continued as they arrived just minutes apart. From the opposite direction, a third train was heading on the same track that the two trains shared. A ‘siding’ in Mays Landing gave the first two trains someplace to pull aside as it went by. Speed, weather and distance between the two following each other were off by just seconds. The engineer realized that the train he was following hadn’t cleared the tracks ahead of him. He quickly blew the whistle four times to warn everyone on board that the two trains were about to crash. Just before the second train hit the back of the first, the locomotive reached the trestle over the Great Egg Harbor River. People began jumping into the river below, including the engineer and conductor. Standing on the platform of the end of the last car was a twenty year old named James Sweeney. Without time to avoid the charging engine, the young man was pinned and crushed between the two trains. As the rainstorm continued, passengers tried to escape the steam that was

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building up in the wooden car. With windows that were tightly sealed to keep the rain out, some people broke through the glass before dropping into the river below. The steam continued to scorch the innocent travelers in the last car. There were more passengers on the three trains that night than there were people who lived in Mays Landing. Everyone in town came out to help and rescue the many injured with whatever they could. So many were burned on the outside from the steam and even more had inhaled the steam and burned their throat and lungs. Before that night was over, six people in Mays Landing had lost their lives. Over the next few weeks, the count of losses grew higher as the victims did not heal from their injuries. Upwards of thirty or more people did not survive the wreck on that stormy summer night. After the disaster, the small community of Mays Landing quietly went back to working at the cotton mill. Atlantic City continued to grow as a seaside resort and today Philadelphia still remains one of America’s biggest industrial cities. Train travel continues to be a popular transportation option, especially in the northeastern United States of America.

Dedicated to the victims lost and heroes born on that fateful night in mays landing, august 11, 1880.

­–by mari dattolo


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Inside Out Caramel Apples Prep: 30 minutes Ingredients

3 Granny Smith (or any firm) apples 1 lemon 2 cups caramel squares 2T corn syrup Directions. Cut your apples in half. Use a melon baller to scoop out the insides, leaving about 1/4 inch around all edges.

Set the apple halves in muffin tins to keep them steady. Chill in the refrigerator until the caramel has set, about 20 minutes. Cut into slices (spray the knife with cooking spray for easier cutting; a serrated or tomato knife works well).

Picking your own apples is a great family activity... Look around, New Jersey is the garden state - there are plenty of place in Squeeze the juice from the lemon South Jersey to pick your own fruit. onto the apples while you prepare the caramel. (This keeps them from turning brown.) In a microwave-proof bowl, melt the caramels and corn syrup. Try 30 seconds, then 15 seconds - just enough to melt them. Stir to mix. Allow to cool for about 2-3 minutes. Wipe the apples with a paper towel to remove as much lemon juice as possible. (Caramel won’t stick to a wet apple.) Spoon the caramel into the hollowed out apples until just below the top. (This can be a very sticky stage, so you may want to wipe your fingers with some vegetable oil first.)

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Happenings September 8th & 9th The Atlantic City Seafood Festival!

September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month www.healthierkidsbrighterfutures.org

Bader Field, Albany Ave. Atlantic City Great live music, local vendors, fun activities and most importantlySEAFOOD from amazing local restaurants!!! Admission to our festival is $5

Children under 12 free - On-site parking is Free

September 15th, 9am-4pm

September 9th

Happy Grandparents Day

Memorial Park, Main Street & Rt. 50, Mays Landing

The Hamilton Historical Society is hosting it’s annual ART and CRAFT show and sale. A unique Group of Art and Craft vendor’s along with food vendor’s will make for a fun and interesting day.

September 22nd & 23rd 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Margate Fall Fun Fest

Amherst Avenue between Decatur and Coolidge Avenues. Free admission to Celebrate the start of Fall with two full days of amusements, entertainment, crafts and food.

September 29th

Historic Smithville Enjoy live music, Italian food, wine tasting, vendors and more.


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October 31st

October 12th, 13th & 14th South Jersey Pumpkin Show & Festival Salem County Fairgrounds, Rte. 40 (Harding Hwy) Woodstown

Free admission, hay rides, pumpkin and Halloween costume contest, amusement rides and more. www.sjpumpkinshow.com




See a full list of Trick or Treat times at www.jerseyshorefamily .com

october 13th & 14th 10am-6pm

Historic Smithville Enjoy Irish market, children’s activities, scheduled entertainment and more

Halloween parades


Rides • Music • Wine • Contests Food Trucks & Pageant

October 12-14, 2018

Ocean City Oct. 25, 7:15 pm

Salem County Fairgrounds Woodstown, NJ

Mays Landing Oct. 30, 6:30pm


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November 22nd Smithville

Holiday Light Show Thanksgiving till January 6, 5:30 – 8:30 pm

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Pals Socks

Check out this cool fashion concepts for kids...They are warm, cozy, colorful design-forward kids socks (and select adult styles to matchy match) that come paired as 2 different friends. Pals inspires impressionable youngsters that it’s awesome to have a friend not just like you.They make for a very easy yet fun teachable moment! Pals new Fall styles come in funky pairs such as Raccoon & Cardinal or even Crab & Jellyfish!

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Last March, Pals Socks kicked off their buy 1 pair, donate 1 pair of Pals charity program with Cradles to Crayons of Philadelphia! Cradles to Crayons describes itself as ”the product of countless small acts of kindness that, together, make a big difference.” The non-profit organization collects new and nearly new infant and children’s clothing, shoes, books, toys and school supplies.When we initially reached out, Molly (the lovely development coordinator) was very very excited to partner with us! As it turns out,

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Hannah, owner and founder of pals, meeting with molly krause, Development coordinator of cradles to crayons new socks are hard to come by. For us, it was a perfect opportunity to clear out the excess socks in our warehouse and in the process add a little bit of happiness and normalcy to a child’s day by giving them cool, new socks to wear. For more information visit: www.palssocks.com


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Hipster Kids Style Backpacks

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We’re excited to bring you our ‘Back to School’ issue packed with fun the whole family will love! We have tips to help pick out that new ba...

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