Bring the entire family to old-fashioned street fair and a fun-filled afternoon with live music and entertainment, great food, rides, shopping, games, and activities.
Lawrenceville Main Street is hosting the 15th Annual Jubilee on Sunday, May 5, from noon to 5 p.m.
The Jubilee will be held rain or shine and is open to all ages. It will be held in the Village of Lawrenceville in Weeden Park and the parking lots between Craven Lane and Phillips Avenue, which intersect Route 206 about one-half mile north of Franklin Corner Road.
There will be many activities to delight the children, including the Giant Slide and Castle Bounce, rock climbing wall by ESF summer Camps, and face painting sponsored by ROMA Bank. In addition, kids can ride on a pony, play a wide assortment of games, and enjoy carnival favorites such as pizza, funnel cakes, fried Snickers, and Italian ice. Local restaurants will offer a variety of delicious foods such as barbecued chicken and ribs, pasta, cheese steaks, and shish-kabobs. Enjoy the music of local band The Tone Rangers, sponsored by Allstate, and other entertainment on the Jubilee stage, including classical Indian dancing by Shishya School of Performing Arts and a variety of dancing from the Dance Network. The popular annual pie-eating contest, sponsored by Right at Home, is open to kids and adults alike. There will be fantastic prizes including gift cards for local restaurants and Melz Hair Salon.
A huge Lawrenceville Main Street thank you to The Lawrenceville School, The Lawrence Township Community Foundation, and Camp Bow Wow for sponsoring this community event. Small town feel, big time fun!
Lawrenceville Main Street is a volunteer-led organization dedicated to fostering a sense of community and continuing the revitalization of our historic downtown area by organizing events, building partnerships, cultivating the business environment, and enhancing the physical setting of the Village of Lawrenceville. An official Main Street New Jersey community, LMS is accredited by the Main Street Center of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.