2017 Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Maritime Festival

Maritime Exhibits ~ Anglesea Fine Arts & Crafts Show ~ Anglesea Marketplace

Come Celebrate the Sea in Anglesea June 17 & 18, 2017!

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LAST YEAR'S (2016)

Festival Schedule of Events

Check Back in April for 2017's Schedule

SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 2016

10 to 5 - FESTIVAL & ALL EXHIBITS OPEN:  Anglesea Marketplace, Food                  Court, Anglesea Fine Art & Craft Show, Living History Area, Museum                Courtyard, Lighthouse Tours.

10 to 5 - Singer, Guitarist Peter McCarthy performs at the Anglesea                            Marketplace.

10 to 5 - Hebrew Hammer Blacksmith demonstrates in the Living History                  area.

10 to 5 - Bloody Historical pirate encampment in the Living History area.

10 to 5 - Author signings in the Lighthouse Courtyard, including: Hal Taylor                 “The Illustrated Delaware River,” Lee Ireland  “America’s Pirates,”                  Gretchen Coyle and Deborah Whitcraft  “Inferno at Sea” &                     “Tucker’s Light,” Donna Elias and Steve Murray  “To the                              Lighthouse,” David Veasey  “New Jersey, Then and Now,”  Steve                   Murray  “Guardians of Hereford Inlet.”

11 am -Piratical Nonsense with Bloody Historical.  Live family friendly                  show on our main stage.

12 –        Woody Duncan the Pirate Stilt Walker on Central Avenue

12 to 3 - The band 12 Strings performs rock, classics and oldies live on our                     main stage.

3 to 5 - The band Hofenakus performs acoustic, electric and alternative music             live on our main stage.

5 pm  - FESTIVAL CLOSED.  See you Sunday!

SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2016

10 to 5 - FESTIVAL & ALL EXHIBITS OPEN:  Anglesea Marketplace, Food                  Court, Anglesea Fine Art & Craft Show, Living History Area, Museum                Courtyard, Lighthouse Tours.

10 to 3 – Half Price Lighthouse Tours for all Dads! Only $3.00 (regularly                $6.00)

10 to 4 - Singer, Guitarist Brian Z. London performs at the Anglesea                            Marketplace.

10 to 4 - Hebrew Hammer Blacksmith demonstrates in the Living History                  area.

10 to 4 - Bloody Historical pirate encampment in the Living History area.

10 to 4 - Author signings in the Lighthouse Courtyard, including: Hal Taylor                   “The Illustrated Delaware River,” Lee Ireland  “America’s Pirates,”                  Gretchen Coyle and Deborah Whitcraft  “Inferno at Sea” &                      “Tucker’s Light,” Donna Elias and Steve Murray  “To the                            Lighthouse,” David Veasey  “New Jersey, Then and Now, ” Steve                   Murray  “Guardians of Hereford Inlet.”

11 am -Piratical Nonsense with Bloody Historical.  Live family friendly show               on our main stage.

12 –        Woody Duncan the Pirate Stilt Walker on Central Avenue

12 to 3 –  Danny Eyer and his band perform blues and classics on our main                   stage.

4 pm – FESTIVAL CLOSED. See you next year!

All Shows are FREE!

Bloody Historical Presents the Pirates of the Northern Star

Don't miss Bloody historical all weekend long in our living history area plus performing live Saturday & Sunday, June 18 & 19, 2016 at 11 am on our main stage!

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- Saturday, June 18th, on our main stage

from 12 to 3 pm ...the boys are back!

Steve & Jim of...

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Live - Saturday, June 18th - 3 pm to 5 pm

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Sunday, June 19th...Don't miss legendary South Jersey musician Danny Eyer!

Danny Eyer

Sunday, June 19th - 12 noon to 3 pm

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Authors on hand for book signings include:

Deborah Whitcraft and Gretchen Coyle (“Inferno at Sea” and “Tuckers Island”)

Hal Taylor (“The Illustrated Delaware River”)

Lee Ireland (“America’s Pirates and their Hidden Treasures”)

Steve Murray and Donna Elias (“To the Lighthouse”)  

David Veasy (New Jersey Then and Now)