New Jersey state flag
The New Jersey flag, adopted in 1896, consists of a light yellow field with the State Seal displayed in the center. This Seal features two female figures, Liberty and Ceres. Between these figures is a blue shield with 3 plows on it representing the importance of agriculture to the state economy. In the center is a helmet from a knight’s armor which represents sovereignty for a self-governing state. At the bottom is a banner that says, “LIBERTY AND PROSPERITY,” with the date, “1776,” in the center.
All of our flags at Star Spangled Flags are 100% made in the USA from start to finish! We use a tough, nylon fabric to hold up outdoors, extra stitching on the fly end of the flag, and a special UV coating to prevent fading from the sun.
New Jersey flag, Made in USA
New Jersey, also known as “the Garden State”, is located in the northeastern region of the country bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on its south, New York on its north and east, Pennsylvania on its west, and Delaware on its southeast. It’s called the Garden State referring to the huge cherry blossom trees growing abundantly in the area.
New Jersey is famous for casinos, beaches, diners (the state is considered as the Diner Capital of the World), Palisades Park, Asbury Park, Frank Sinatra, Bill Evans, Bruce Springsteen, and Bon Jovi. More New Jersey Flag questions are .
New Jersey is a fun state and celebrates some of the best festivals in the country. Here are some of them:
- Wildwoods International Kite Festival
This event is one of the top events in the state and the biggest kite festival in North America. It highlights large kits, kite auction, kite exhibits, workshop and kite flying championships.
- New Jersey Seafood Festival
Held at the Silver Lake Park on Ocean Ave., it’s a blend of culinary seafood delights which includes master chefs, crafters, live musicians and other artists. It’s a celebration of shrimp, calamari, alligator sausage, sushi, seafood paella, lobsters, and more!
- Atlantic City Air Show
The Atlantic air show is one of the country’s biggest air shows in North America. It attracts over 500,000 fans and features aerial demonstrations performed by seasoned civilian pilots, USAF Thunderbirds, the Air Force, Navy Aircrafts, and the US Army Golden Knights.
- QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning
Included in the ABA Top 100 Event Awards, the festival is one of the country’s biggest summer hot air balloon festival. It’s a 3-day event attracting more than 165,000 attendees each year. It includes hot air balloon rides, food booths, shopping, arts and crafts booths, fireworks, souvenirs and more.
- New Jersey State Fair
New Jersey’s State Fair offers horse shows, free family activities and entertainment, strong man contests, monster truck rides, bull riding, truck pulls, horseshoe pitching, performing arts, many food vendors and a beer tent.
New Jersey follows the following state holidays:
- January – New Year’s Day
- January – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- February – President’s Day
- March – Good Friday
- May – Memorial Day
- July – Independence Day
- September – Labor Day
- October – Columbus Day
- November – Election day
- November – Veteran’s Day
- November – Thanksgiving Day
- December – Christmas Day
Proud to be called a New Jerseyan? Want to show appreciation and pride for your beloved state? Fly a flag during state holidays and other state celebrations. It’s the best way to dress your home and to show true New Jerseyan pride.
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