The 60th Annual Red Bank Sidewalk Sale will take place this weekend on
Friday, July 25 & Saturday, July 26 from 10AM – 8PM
and on Sunday, July 27 from 10AM-5PM
This special anniversary sale looks to be the best sale ever!
Look for terrific clearance items and bargains at your favorite Red Bank stores as well as some outstanding new additions including The Spice & Tea Exchange, Be Barow, The Doc Shoppe, Victoria Beauty Lounge, Angel’s Gowns and so many more.
Shops on Broad, Monmouth, White and Front Streets will all be part of the fun! Give your feet a break and have lunch or dinner and some treats at one
of the many restaurants and eateries in town.
Visitors to Red Bank will also enjoy free StreetLife performances on
Friday from 3pm-6pm, from Saturday from 12pm-3pm and 6pm-9pm and on Sunday from 12pm-3pm. Family entertainers will include musicians, magicians and face painters and more!
Look for sidewalk sale tables overflowing with reduced priced items throughout the business and antiques districts, on Broad Street, Monmouth Street, White Street, Front Street, Wharf Avenue, Bridge Avenue and Maple Avenue.
Take a stroll down memory lane as we celebrate the history of Red Bank in agrand way! Throughout town our fine store windows will feature historic photos thanks to Dorn’s Classic Images and PowerHouse Signworks.
The Red Bank Library and the Friends will be participating.
The Friends will be setup at 46 Broad Street, in front of Alan Fisher Jewelers and will have new and almost new books for sale.
Historic Red Bank will be the theme of the pop-up gallery/museum at 27 Monmouth Street (Monmouth Emporium) which will feature classic photography, local artwork, historical memorabilia and much more! There will be displays
from the Red Bank Public Library, Dorn’s Classic Images,The Red Bank Fire Department, T. Thomas Fortune House, local collectors and more.
Come hear about the oral history project now going on with Elizabeth McDermott from the history room at The Red Bank Public Library on Saturday, July 26th at 2pm. We will also be handing out questionnaires about growing up in Red Bank and asking long time residents to fill it out as part of a student
oral history project. This new initiative is working to capture all of the memories and history of our cool little town first hand. Come see how you can be a part of it!
A fun day for the whole family to enjoy!