<![CDATA[ - What\'s Happening]]>Tue, 17 Oct 2017 14:42:17 -0400Weebly<![CDATA[October -Don't let it Fall behind]]>Sun, 08 Oct 2017 23:57:58 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/october-dont-let-it-fall-behindBeautiful Fall is here in NJ  and the living is easy.
Still plenty to do here in Monmouth County . 

There is still time to get a Boscov Fundraiser Pass

Be sure and check BizEturtle's Community Calendar fro things to do 


Need to let off some steam , wake up those tired bones, take a brisk walk
for a great cause, click on BizEturtle's Run-Walk-Ride Page. It also includes
all the 2018 Relay For Life Events


Don't forget about BizEturtle's other pages

BizEturtle's Arts Page
Links dedicated to the ​Arts of Monmouth County
Also includes beneficial NJ Arts Pages
Plus Art Councils of Monmouth County

BizEturtle's Historical Societies & Museums of MC
Links of Historical Societies, Museums 
and LightHouses of Monmouth County

BizEturtle's Page of Resources


Human Resources
Links to all kinds of services plus links to jobs/careers​

Media Resources
Links to resources on past, present and future events, news, etc


Monmouth County Health Departments
Links & Info on Health Departments of MC

Business Associations & Chamber of Commerces
List of links to help Increase Your Business Potential-
Meet New Clients -Learn New Marketing Strategies-Exchange Ideas

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BizEturtle's Places Page

Libraries 
Links of Libraries in Monmouth County
         
Municipalities 
Links of Boros, Cities, Towns & Villages of Monmouth County

Restaurants 
Mark Stevens's page of Restaurants in Monmouth County

Farmer Markets
Links of Farmer Markets in Monmouth County
For further information or questions
Please e-mail me or contact me by phone.
turtlelynn@gmail.com or 732-759-0485.
Hope to hear from you soon.
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<![CDATA[New Jersey Friends of Clearwater News]]>Sun, 20 Aug 2017 14:43:20 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/new-jersey-friends-of-clearwater-newsDon't forget The 42nd NJ Friends of Clearwater Festival is
around the corner. We need you to be part of New Jersey's oldest and largest environmental & music festival,
It will be on the lawn at Larrison Hall Commons at
Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, from 11 am to 7 pm on 
Saturday, September 9 and 11 am to 5 pm on Sunday September 10

We are having a meeting on Monday, August 21, at 7pm at
Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft
On the Lawn Behind Larrison Hall Commons. 
Everyone is Invited!!! Bring a Chair and Join in with us!! 

Do you like to shop at Boscov's? Do you have friends who like to shop? 
How about shopping with a 25% discount card purchased for only $5
NJ Friends of Clearwater (NJFC) members/volunteers are presently
selling  Boscov's shopping passes to raise money for our organization 
through Boscov's Friends Helping Friends promotion. The cost of each shopping pass is $5 and the entire amount goes directly to NJFC. 
Passes can be used at Boscov's Friends Helping Friends Day at
any participating Boscov's on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017  
Passes may be obtained by sending a check payable to
New Jersey Friends of Clearwater
in the amount of  $5.00 for each pass along with a
​self-addressed stamped envelope to:
Lynn Humphrey
20A Lakeview Terrace
Eatontown, NJ 07724
Your pass will be mailed back to you promptly in the envelope that you provided
Further info, 732- 784-8547, Lynn, njfriends4ever@gmail.com or Chrissie, ravenwitch4@gmail.com
You can also purchase a pass at our 42nd NJFC Festival on Saturday, September 9, 11am-7pm and
Sunday, September 10, 11am-5pm  at Brookdale College in Lincroft
www.njclearwater.org

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<![CDATA[2017 National Night Out]]>Sun, 30 Jul 2017 13:27:36 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/2017-national-night-outTuesday, August 1
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT

National Night Out is an event held in over 16,000 communities across the country 
every year, created by the National Association of Town Watch. 
It is held the first Tuesday of August usually in the evening from 5pm-9pm.
Check your town's website for more details
This annual community-building 
campaign promotes police-community partnerships and
neighborhood camaraderie to make 
our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.  The goal of
National Night Out is to enhance the 
relationship between citizens and law enforcement, bolster a sense of community, deter crime, and give the children a fun and safe night on the town.

If your town is not having an event or you cannot attend, be sure to leave
your front porch lights on and/or sit outside to interact with your neighbors,
which is the spirit of National Night Out. 
Join with your neighbors to observe National Night Out by organizing
mall block parties, get-togethers 
in your neighborhoods. Get out and meet your neighbors. 

Most NNO events include activities for children, food, refreshments, 
a wealth of information from numerous organizations, K9 demonstrations,
and other fun events.

Check BizEturtle's Page of Municipalities of Monmouth County



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<![CDATA[Happy Fourth of July 2017]]>Fri, 30 Jun 2017 19:06:55 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/happy-fourth-of-july-2017
2017 Jersey Shore Fireworks, Parades, Etc
Note: These are estimated times
Arrive early and grab a good spot.
Bring your chairs, blankets, snacks, etc
Be sure and clean up after yourself
Take note the fireworks may include, entertainment, 
activities and other things


Saturday, July 1
Aberdeen
6:30 PM
Fireman's Field
Lloyd Road and Gerard Street, Aberdeen.
Mayor’s Trophy Softball game. 
The Aberdeen Township Police Department and the 
Department of Public Works will battle it out on the 
field beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Fireworks are set to go off at dusk. 
Music by  DJ Sway J Includes Food Vendors
Raindate: Monday, July 3rd.
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Saturday, July 1
Manasquan
8:30 PM
Main Beach
Main Street & First Avenue
Festivities, including music by Billy Lawlor, 
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Rain date July 2
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Saturday, July 1
Matawan
8:30 PM
Lake Lefferts lakefront 
on Ravine Drive 
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Sunday, July 2
Freehold 
Freehold Raceway
130 Park Avenue
Gates open at 6:30 p.m., with live music 
from NRG from 7 to 9 p.m. Local radio stations WJRZ 
and WRAT will provide patriotic music during the 
fireworks display. Food and beverages will be 
available for sale. As a safety pre-caution, 
no backpacks, coolers or pets permitted. 
Bags subject to search. 
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Sunday, July 2
Wall Municipal Complex. 
wallfair.mmdacademy.com.
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Monday, July 3
Colts Neck
7:00 PM
Bucks Mill park
Bucks Mill Road, Colts Neck
Free Admission
Music by Moon Dance Band and Colts Neck Community Band
The Great American Apple Pie Contest
hosted by the Woman’s Club of Colts Neck in memory of Charlotte Clime
Naval Weapons Station Earle Color Guard
Hot Dogs and Hamburgers
Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Pretzels, Ice Cream, Italian Ice
Delicious Orchards Cookies and Doughnuts!/
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Monday, July 3
Bradley Beach 
9:00 PM
Bradley Beach Beachfront
Ocean & Brinley
Rain date 
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Monday, July 3 & Tuesday, July 4
Keansburg 
9:00 PM
Keansburg Amusement Park
275 Beachway Avenue
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Monday, July 3 
Union Beach 
9:00 PM 
Union Beach Waterfront
Front Street
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Tuesday, July 4
Long Branch
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Oceanfront Promenade & Great Lawn
Ocean Blvd
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Tuesday, July 4
Asbury Park 
9:00 PM
On the beachfront
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Tuesday, July 4
Hazlet
9:00 PM
Veterans Memorial Park
Union Avenue
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Friday, July 7
Atlantic Highlands 
9:00 PM
Municipal Harbor
Simon Lake Drive
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Sunday, July 8
Freehold Township
9 p.m. July 8, as 
part of Freehold Township Day, 
5 to 10 p.m
Michael J. Tighe Park, 
65 Georgia Road
freeholdtownshipday.com. 
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Thursday, August 10
Ocean Township: 
Fireworks are part of the Ocean Township 
Italian-American Festival, 
Aug. 9 to 13 at Joe Palaia Park, corner 
of Deal and Whalepond roads
iaato.com. 
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<![CDATA[Second Annual Asbury Park Day]]>Mon, 19 Jun 2017 11:42:28 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/second-annual-asbury-park-dayPicture



The Second Annual Asbury Park Day will take place on
Saturday, June 24, 8AM-6PM
at Trinity Episcopal Church, Deliverance Temple,
Library Square Park and Springwood Park
Info: 732-774-3130
asburyparkday07712@gmail.com

The day will Kickoff at  8am with a Keepers of The Dream Breakfast at
Trinity Church, 503 Asbury Avenue
All Faith's Scholarship Breakfast 

There will be so much to do to
Keep the Conversation Going, From the West Side to the East Side

From 12Noon-6PM A Love Thy Neighbor Day at Deliverance Temple,
504 Prospect Avenue
Free Food-Free Clothing-Free Health Care Screenings-
Offerings-Information-Gospel Concert
Bike Rodeo=Bring Your Bike and Learn some Bicycle Safety

From 10AM-4PM An Open Air Art & More Display at
Library Square Park, First Avenue
Art Exhibits-Demonstrations-Community Crochet Jam
-Environmental Activists-Exhibitors-Vendors
Yard Sale over at Atonement Lutheran Church, 308 First Avenue 

The Community Crochet Jam will be led by Ramekon O'Arwisters
No prior crochet skills are required. All materials are provided  

First place winner in Acrylic- Non Professional, “Childhood” 
at the Senior Citizen 2016 Art Show Contest, Rosa Lee McNair (Sister Isis)
will be exhibiting her Art at our Open Air Art & More Display at
​Library SquarePark

Local Artist, Larry Walker will be doing Art Demonstrations
at Library Square Park for kids ages 6-15
Larry Walker was born in Georgia and raised in Asbury Park, NJ 
He has had a lifelong love for art. Painting since the age of 9, 
he has continued developing his skills and techniques. Over the years, 
Larry's unique style of creating art has broadened to include ceramics, 
sculptures and carvings. His original creations continue to impress 
and inspire professionals and customers all across the country.

Don't forget to come sign up for a Cookman Avenue Scavenger Hunt at 
Library Square Park at 10AM -Ages 6-15 Adult must accompany child.
Prizes to be Awarded. Led by Lorraine Stone

From  12Noon-6PM A Day of Unity at Springwood Park, Springwood & Atkins 
Music-Family Fun-Free Food-Exhibitors-Vendors  

#keepersofthedream  #asburyparkday  #keeptheconversationgoing
#communitycrochetjam #artdemonstrations #artexhibits
#lovetheyneighbor #dayofunity #scavengerhunt #springwoodpark 
#bikerodeo #yardsale 

The fun Continues, DON'T MISS ONE MIC ONE SOUL at 6:15 PM at
Kula Cafe, 1201 Springwood Avenue,
Doors Open: 5:30 PM Mindfulness Meditation: 5:45 PM

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<![CDATA[Fundraiser for NJ Friends of Clearwater]]>Fri, 05 May 2017 12:58:30 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/fundraiser-for-nj-friends-of-clearwaterThursday, May 18
ENVIRONMENTAL FAIR & FILM PREMIERE
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Axelrod Performing Arts Center 

100 Grant Avenue, Deal Park (Ocean Twp)

6PM: Environmental Fair
7PM: Jersey Shore Premiere of the filming of
HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD, by Filmmaker Josh Fox, 
Director of  Academy Award Nominated and 
Emmy-winnning Documentary, Gasland 
Followed by a Talkback with Josh Fox
Tickets are normally $18, but NJ Friends of Clearwat  er
has 10 tickets available for $15 each
Contact Lynn, njclearwater4ever@gmail.com
and I will have the tickets at the NJFC table for YOU
Exact Cash Only!!  NJFC is a 501c Organization 
All Donations Tax Deductible and donated to NJFC

If you miss out on getting our discounted tickets, 
contact the box office, 732-531-9106
or the Box Office Manager Lisa Goldfarb,
lgoldfarb@axelrodartscenter.org for the $18 tickets
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<![CDATA[      CULINARY SCHOOL LAST DAY MAY 9]]>Mon, 27 Mar 2017 06:19:29 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/-culinary-school-last-day-may-9Culinary Education Center of Monmouth County, Windows Dining Room 
will close for the season on Tuesday, May 9th
It's located at 101 Drury Lane in Asbury Park right next to
Asbury Park High School
The school is a collaboration between Brookdale Community College and 
Monmouth County Vocational School District. The restaurant is a working 
laboratory for students to obtain service, management and culinary skills.  
Come experience great food and exceptional service.
Let us show you our outstanding future restaurateurs in the making.


COME FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER

Culinary Education Center of Monmouth County
101 Drury Lane, Asbury Park
Reservations are required for dinner RSVP: press 0 after 
3pm 732-988-3299 X 87619
Reservations are Suggested also for Breakfast & Lunch

The Windows Of CEC Dining Room is an alcohol free venue
and patrons are not permitted to bring any type of wine, 
beer, or spirits. Reservations are required. The dress is 
casual and our menu changes daily. We accept cash, Visa 
and MasterCard. 


BREAKFAST SERVICE-8:30AM TO 10AM
Ala Carte or Buffet Style-Menu changes daily
RSVP: 732-988-3299 Reservations are Suggested 
Bakery filled with delicious treats, 9 am-10 am 

LUNCH SEATING TIMES-11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM 
Ala Carte or Buffet Style-Menu changes daily
RSVP: 732-988-3299 Reservations are Suggested 
Bakery filled with delicious treats,11:15 am – 1:15pm


DINNER SEATING TIMES-5:15 PM TO 6:15 PM 
Monday thru Thursday
Prices range from $23-$29
Includes: Four courses: appetizer, choice of soup or salad, 
entrée & dessert (coffee & tea included)
We also offer: Soda, Ice Tea, Non-alcoholic wine & beer, 
specialty drinks & coffee, cappuccino & espresso, bottled 
sparkling and non-sparkling water are available for additional cost. 
Please, we do not allow any outside drinks.
Menu Changes Daily 
Reservations are required for dinner RSVP: 732-988-3299
press 0 after 3pm 732-988-3299 X 87619

Private Parties: any special occasion: birthdays, 
anniversary, retirements, promotions
Accommodations: Children and anyone with food allergies
Payment options: Cash, Visa and Master card   

Here is the Schedule


Monday, March 27-Closed
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Tuesday, March 28-FRENCH DAY
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Wednesday, March 29-FRENCH DAY
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Thursday, March 30-FRENCH DAY
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Monday, April 3-ITALIAN DAY
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Tuesday, April 4-ITALIAN DAY
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Wednesday, April 5-ITALIAN DAY
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Thursday, April 6-SPECIAL DINNER: PAVAROTTI NIGHT
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Monday, April 10-Monday, April 17-Closed for Spring Break
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Tuesday, April 18-ITALIAN DAY
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Wednesday, April 19-AMERICAN REGIONAL WEDNESDAY
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Thursday, April 20-AMERICAN REGIONAL THURSDAY
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Monday, April 24-Closed
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Tuesday, April 25-AMERICAN REGIONAL TUESDAY
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Wednesday, April 26-AMERICAN REGIONAL WEDNESDAY
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Thursday, April 27-AMERICAN REGIONAL THURSDAY
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Thursday, May 4-Closed
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Monday, May 8-AMERICAN REGIONAL MONDAY
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Tuesday, May 9-AMERICAN REGIONAL TUESDAY
last night opened till the Fall 2017 semester
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<![CDATA[         Lunch Break Foodstock 2017]]>Thu, 09 Mar 2017 16:31:38 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/-lunch-break-foodstock-2017It's time to stock the shelves at Lunch Break

We need your unfailing help to host your own individual food drive to
aid the Foodstock2017. 


The drive runs from March through June to collect and stock its shelves with 
the generous donations made by advocates like you, in anticipation of the summer,
its slowest period of intake.
Foodstock 2017's theme is "No Empty Shelves" and for good reason.

                  
We hope to reach our goal of 100,000 lbs 
of food by June. It sounds like a lot – and it is -- but I can assure you that by
the end of summer Lunch Break's shelves will be spartan – that's how great the
demands are during summertime. Please help us be ready so when those
end of school bells ring, Lunch Break 
can ring their own heralding "lunch is being served"!
 


Attached are all the details – the flyer and the registration form that you
can attach to whomever you contact. The more individuals we have participating,
​ the greater the outcome of success we'll see –
 not only at the close of Foodstock2017 on June 30th
but most importantly, for what these efforts represent. 
If you have any questions, please call 
Millie Jeter at 732-747-8577 x 3102 or email at mjeter@lunchbreak.org.
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<![CDATA[                  Give Kids a Smile]]>Mon, 23 Jan 2017 12:42:43 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/-give-kids-a-smile

Give Kids a Smile Day - Friday, February 3

Give Kids a Smile Day is New Jersey's largest
annual, single day of 

free health care exams and treatment.  
Each February, the entire dental community,
both public and private sectors, comes together

to ensure the delivery of care to thousands
of underprivileged children who otherwise may not
be able to afford or access care.
Services rendered include oral hygiene instruction, screenings, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, fluoride treatments,  stainless steel crowns, and much more. 
Volunteers work to ensure the program is fun and
educational and that it gives many children a great first impression of visits to the dentists.
And, best of all, all procedures are 100% FREE.


CHILDREN WILL BE SEEN
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY! 
Parents/Guardians/Nurses must call the selected location 
and make an appointment NOW. 
Appointments book extremely fast!


Monmouth County
Beachside Pediatric Dentistry Ocean Twp
- 732-774-7008
Freehold Orthodontics, Freehold
- 732-462-0700
Dental Specialities of Monmouth County, Howell
- 732-474-6500
Mark J.H. Hannah, Spring Lake Heights
- 732-449-5050
Monmouth Family Health Center, Long Branch

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732-475-3800
My First Dentist, Englishtown
- 732-972-2990
Smiles By The Sea, Belmar
- 732-681-2225
Star Pediatric Dentistry, Manalapan
- 732-303-7827
Tender Smiles 4 Kids of Monmouth, Freehold
- 732-625-8080

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<![CDATA[         Culinary School Restaurant]]>Sun, 18 Dec 2016 17:33:32 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/-culinary-school-restaurantCulinary Education Center of Monmouth County
101 Drury Lane, Asbury Park
Reservations are required for dinner RSVP: 732-988-3299
or after 4pm; 732-502-5171
Reservations are Suggested also for Breakfast & Lunch

BREAKFAST SERVICE
8:30AM TO 10AM
Ala Carte or Buffet Style
Menu changes daily

LUNCH SEATING TIMES 
11:30 AM TO 12:30 PM 
Ala Carte or Buffet Style
Menu changes daily

DINNER SEATING TIMES 
5:15 PM TO 6:15 PM 
Monday thru Thursday
Prices range from $23-$29
Four Course Meal
Appetizer, Soup OR Salad, Entree and Dessert
No type of wine, beer or spirits are allowed 
Visa, Mastercard & Cash Accepted 
Menu Changes Daily 
Reservations are required for dinner 
RSVP: 732-988-3299
or after 4pm; 732-502-5171

Bakery filled with delicious treats
Hours: 9 am-10 am and 11:15 am – 1:15pm
Monday through Thursday

DINNER MENU 5:15 PM TO 6:15 PM 

Monday, December 19
AMERICAN REGIONAL MONDAYS
APPETIZER: Lomi Lomi Salmon/Hangar Steak
SOUP: Soup du'jour
SALAD: Watercress
ENTREE: Pan Roasted Chicken/Diver Scallops/Grilled Pork Chops
DESSERT: du'jour
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Tuesday, December 20
AMERICAN REGIONAL TUESDAYS
APPETIZER: Pork Roulade/Maryland Crab Cakes
SOUP: Soup du'Jour
SALAD: Rice noodle Salad
ENTREE: French Cut Chicken/Diver Scallops/Grilled Pork Chops
DESSERT: du'jour
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Wednesday, December 21
AMERICAN REGIONAL WEDNESDAYS
APPETIZER: Lobster Roll/Blackened Flank Steak
SOUP: Soup du'jour
SALAD: Heirloom Tomatoes
ENTREE: Smoked Valley Duck Breast/Poached Wild Alaska Salmon/NY Strip Steak
DESSERT: du'jour
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Thursday, December 22
AMERICAN REGIONAL THURSDAYS
APPETIZER: Spicy Shrimp Creole/Pierogies
SOUP: Soup du'jour
SALAD: Waldorf
ENTREE: French Cut Chicken/Halibut/Blackened Filet Mignon
DESSERT: du'jour
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