What's different about this year's St. James Fair? Woodbridge Patch is there!
For more than two decades, families have flocked to the St. James Street Fair. This Saturday, Sept. 17, they'll have a chance again. The popular local event, one of the largest in the township, is sponsored by and parish that sits, fittingly enough, on Amboy Ave., at one end of Main St. which is closed off to Rahway Ave. for the fair.
Patch has set up shop at the Rahway Ave. end of the fair on Main St, in front of J.J. Bittings Brew Pub and right next to the NJ Devils concession. Patch is giving out lots of swag: bubbles, magnetic stickers, pens, and great canvas tote bags. Stop by and say hi!
Celebrating its 22nd year in the township, the St. James Fair also offers patrons a huge variety of classic eats like pizza, cheese steaks and hot dogs. Hundreds of vendors traditionally attend the event which will feature rides for children, 50/50 raffles each hour and a $10,000 jackpot raffle.
Expect to see everything from dance performances by local students, township pets available for adoption, stands set up by every charitable, political and civic group imaginable.
The Woodbridge Republican Party will have a booth, as will the local Democrats. The Tea Party of Middlesex County will also have a booth at the fair where residents can meet local Republican candidates. Also setting up shop at the fair will be the Young Woodbridge Democrats, a volunteer organization dedicated to recruiting young adults.
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In the event of inclement weather, the rain date is scheduled for September 24.