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The Fire & Ice Festival is coming to the New Egypt Flea Market Village, Saturday & Sunday February 4th & 5th.

The New Egypt Flea Market Village is located at 933 Monmouth Road in Cream Ridge, New Jersey. The Festival will run Saturday 2/4 from 10am til 7pm, and Sunday 2/5 from 8am until 2pm, and will feature some incredible ice sculptures created by Larry and the Bikini Boys. However that’s just the “tip of the iceberg”, if you will.


Get ready for fire pits, food trucks, and handmade craft makers. Plus there will be fire juggling, music by DJ Lenny Lounge, and your chance to grab photos with Olaf, Pennywise, and Jack Skellington. The Cream Ridge winery will be there as well. A fantastic local winery that will be sampling and selling throughout the day at the Fire & Ice Festival.

Admission to the Fire & Ice Festival is just 5 dollars per person, and the event is Pet Friendly as well. Rain dates for the event are February 11th and 12th.

  The New Egypt Flea Market Village Shoppes will be open too, so there’s an added layer of stuff to check out. If you’ve never been to the New Egypt Flea Market Village you are really missing out!

If you’ve driven down RT 537 Monmouth Road, just a few miles south of Great Adventure, chances are you’ve wondered about that collection of rustic buildings on the side of the road. Those buildings make up the New Egypt Flea Market Village, a place where even the buildings have a rich history. Each of the 40+ buildings have their own story of a past life in another place and time.

According to the Flea Market website, New Egypt Flea Market Village & Auction was founded by Esler and Sandy Heller in 1959. One of the most unusual buildings is the office. Its past life was a Dairy Queen. But now, it plays double duty as the New Egypt Flea Market Village’s main office and as an antique and collectables shop run by the market’s manager (Mr. Heller’s daughter) Talba Warner.

In total, there’s more than forty historical buildings in the New Egypt Flea Market Village and even more unique shops. The next time you’re driving down RT 537 Monmouth Rd., stop in and take a walk through history. The market is open every Wednesday and Sunday, year-round from 8 am to 2 pm.

Find out more about the New Egypt Flea Market Village and the Fire & Ice Festival at   https://newegyptfleamarket.com/ 


Rolling Stones: 7 Items that Won't Leave Your Wallet Black and Blue

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The Rolling Stones have existed since 1962. As a result, their fandom has spanned generations and has led to plenty of band merchandise. Of course, some of that merchandise is rather expensive. (And so are their concert tickets, but that’s a conversation for another day.)

Fortunately for you, we searched for some of the most fun and unique Stones items out there that won’t lead to you having to get a second mortgage on your house. The most expensive item on the list below tops out at $176. That isn’t cheap by any means, but once you see what it is, you might understand the price point.

So, what are you waiting for? See which Rolling Stones items we found that really caught our eye. It’s just a scroll away!

  • Rolling Stones Neon Sign

    Let’s not waste any time and get to the big ticket item first. This Rolling Stones neon sign measures 17″ x 14″ and comes with and without a dimmer function. It’s perfect for your home bar, home office or the bedroom when you want to “spend the night together” with someone.

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  • Rolling Stones Bathrobe

    This unisex bathrobe features the Rolling Stones’ iconic logo on the front and back. It comes in three different size ranges and is made from a soft fleece material.

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  • Rolling Stones Monopoly

    This Rolling Stones-themed version of Monopoly will have players trying to buy the band’s albums, not properties like the original classic board game. Its tokens have a fun rock spin to them and include Dice and Horses, in honor of their classic tracks “Tumbling Dice” and “Wild Horses.”

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  • Rolling Stones Trivial Pursuit

    Continuing on the board game theme, Rolling Stones Trivial Pursuit is the ultimate test to see who knows the most about one of rock’s most iconic, influential bands. The game features over 2,000 questions about the Stones in the following six categories: Band biographies, Song titles, Lyrics, Concerts and Random Stones facts.

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  • 'Gus & Me'

    When most people think of Keith Richards, warm and fuzzy thoughts are likely not the first to come to mind. However, after reading Gus & Me, that might change. Released in 2014 and featuring illustrations by Keith’s daughter, Theodora, Gus & Me is the sweet story about Richards’ relationship with his grandfather, Gus, and how he gave him his first guitar growing up. You’ll be surprised just how moved you are by this children’s book.

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  • Fisher-Price Little People: Rolling Stones

    The Rolling Stones have been immortalized in a number of ways, but who thought they’d one day be honored by Fisher-Price! The toy brand’s “Little People” collection released a special collector’s 4-pack in 2021 of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts in “Little People” form.

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  • LEGO Art - Rolling Stones 'Lips' Logo

    The Rolling Stones’ “Lips” logo is one of the most memorable symbols in rock history. It’s no wonder it helped inspire a special edition LEGO set! The “Lips” logo LEGO set features nearly 2,000 pieces. The set also comes with two hanger pieces so you can display your finished work on your wall.

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Please note that items are in stock and prices are accurate at the time we published this list. Have an idea for a fun theme for a gift idea list you’d like us to create?  Drop us a line at shopping@bbgi.com