<![CDATA[ - What\'s Happening]]>Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:38:59 -0500Weebly<![CDATA[African-American Read In]]>Mon, 29 Jan 2018 07:36:57 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/african-american-read-in
Along with February being Black History Month it is also
African-American Read In Month 
Everyone is urged to make the celebration of African American literacy
a traditional part of Black History Month activities
Choose a book a poem, or a story by an African-American author.
Read to your children,  your grandchildren, step children,
share a book with friends.
Select a book by an African-American author for your monthly book club
It does not have to be in a large group or a public event. 
It can be as simple as bringing together family and friends in a

private setting or as elaborate as arranging public readings and media
presentations that feature professional African American writers
Anyone can read: Students, Teachers, Elected Officials, Parents, Grandparents, etc

Host Responsibilities
As host, you are responsible for hosting an African American Read-In during the month of February and submitting a short report about your event that
includes the location,number of attendees, and books featured.
​You do not need to register in advance.
Note: The Host Report Card is to be submitted after your Read-In event.

Further questions write to, aari@ncte.org or Jenna Fournel, jfournel@ncte.org
visit http://www2.ncte.org/get-involved/african-american-read-in/
Please if you are having a Read In let me know, turtlelynn@gmail.com 
<![CDATA[Honoring Dr. King in Monmouth County]]>Sat, 06 Jan 2018 05:00:00 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/honoring-dr-king-in-monmouth-countyHONORING DR. KING IN MONMOUTH COUNTY-2018

Fifty-one years ago a plane landed on the half-mile strip of asphalt at
 Red Bank Airport on October 6, 1966.
Among those who stepped off that plane was Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who
made his
way to what was then called Monmouth College and delivered
a message that had those who left the gymnasium brimming with optimism,
renewed with hope, and ready to

answer King’s challenge “to unite to make justice a reality.”
1n 1968 a campaign for a federal holiday in King's honor began soon after his assassination President Ronald Reagan signed the holiday into law in 1983, and
it was first
observed three years later.
It was officially observed in all 50 states for the first time in 2000.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an American federal holiday marking the
 birthday of Martin Luther King Jr observed on the third Monday of January each year

This year the federal holiday falls on what would have been the
89th birthday of Dr. King

Celebrate Dr. King's legacy by finding ways to give back to Your Community
Use Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 15, 2018 as a launching Pad for
 year round volunteer opportunities

Join in at any of these events and help Remember-Honor-Celebrate 

Wednesday, January 10
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Congregation Torat El
301 Monmouth Road, Oakhurst
RSVP: 732-531-4410
Key Note Speaker: Professor Rasheda Young,
Professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University
Remarks by Rabbi Aaron Schonbrun of Congregation Torat El, Pastor Cedric Miller,
Living Word Christian Fellowship of Neptune, Reverend Aaron Gibson,
Second Baptist 
Church of Long Branch and Dr. Donald D. Warner, former Superintendent of Red Bank School District
Performances by the Second Baptist Church Choir of Long Branch and the
Living Word Christian Fellowship Choir of Neptune
Dessert Buffet Reception
Thursday, January 11
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Trinity A.M.E. Church
66 Liberty Church, Long Branch
Info: 732-222-6598
A Night of Gospel to Honor Rev Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr
Presented by  Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
Memorial Guild of Greater Long Branch
Friday, January 12
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Portuguese Club
191 Broadway, Long Branch
Info: 732-571-6545
Tickets: $12 at the door
Come and enjoy a meal fit for THE KING
Presented by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
Memorial Guild of Greater Long Branch
Friday, January 12
7:00 PM  - 8:30 PM
Monmouth Reform Temple
332 Hance Avenue,  Tinton Falls
Info: 732-747-9365
Speaker: Reverend Gil Caldwell
A retired United Methodist Minister
Rev. Gilbert H. Caldwell was a young seminarian when he met the
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at Boston University.  He spent time with
the civil rights leader as part of an effort to support public schools in the area. 
Rev. Caldwell actively participated in the 1963 March on Washington, the 1964
Mississippi Freedom Summer, the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March, and the
March in Boston protesting public school segregation,
1968 Poor People’s Campaign

Saturday, January 13
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Please join the Red Bank Community- our families, schools, churches, and
businesses –in a show of solidarity that celebrates and affirms Red Bank's commitment to diversity, tolerance and inclusion. 

As part of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Community Commemorative
Weekend, we invite all the individual community groups  within the greater
Red Bank area to meet at a place of their choosing about  12:45pm and
march as a group at 1PM to the Pilgrim Baptist Church at

 172 Shrewsbury Avenue.
Clergy, community leaders and elected officials of the Red Bank area, will
lead a 
brief ceremony (prayers, presentations and song) commemorating
the 1963 march on
Washington, DC. Refreshments will be served.
If you do not have a group within Red Bank to march with the
T. Thomas Fortune Committee Invites YOU to join with us. This march is
open to ALL Please Be Sure to RSVP to thomasfortunehouse@gmail.com
so we may inform the organizers off know how many are coming
We will meet at 12:45PM at The T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center located at
94 Drs James Parker Blvd in Red Bank. We will begin to march at 1pm to
Pilgrim Baptist Church located at 172 Shrewsbury Avenue and then join in
with the program

Saturday, January 13
3: 00 PM - 5:30 PM
Monmouth Reform Temple
332 Hance Avenue,  Tinton Falls
Info: 732-747-9365
Presentation of the film: ROSENWALD
Remarkable story of a Jewish partnership with African American Communities
Sunday, January 14
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
MLK Memorial Monument
Atlantic Avenue, Long Branch
Info: 732-571-6545
Meet at the Martin Luther King Memorial Monument on
Atlantic Avenue near Patten Avenue to March to Second Baptist at'
93 Liberty Street

Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Charles F. Boyer, Pastor
Bethel AME Church, Woodbury, NJ
Presented by The Rev. Dr Martin Luther King, Jr
Memorial Guild of Greater Long Branch
Sunday, January 14
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County
1475 West Front Street, Lincroft
Info: danciaglia@gmail.com
Reflecting on King's Teachings
Join the Social Action Film Series and the Racial Justice Task Force
for selected videos highlighting Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy of agape -
unconditional love- and discussion about the viability of this method
for our present-day challenges.
Monday, January 15
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Branches Catering
123 Monmouth Road, West Long Branch
RSVP: 732-671-5505, x 110
Tickets: Adults $30-Youth $10 (12 & under)
Featuring Keynote Speaker: Pastor James Gates III
Please join us as we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
and the impact of his teachings on today’s youth.
Monday, January 15
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
MLK Memorial Monument
Atlantic Avenue, Long Branch
Info: 732-571-6545
Join in with the Rev. Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Guild of Greater
Long Branch 
to celebrate, remember and honor Dr King  with
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Lesly Devereaux

Pastor, Trinity A.M.E Church, Long Branch at
The Martin Luther King Memorial Park located near Patten Avenue

Monday, January 15
12:00 Noon - 3:00 PM
Pilgrim Baptist Church
172 Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Bank
Info: 732-747-2343
Doors Open 11AM
Join in with Pilgrim Baptist Church and Guest Speaker: Rev. Eric Dobson of  the
Fair Share Housing Center of NJ to celebrate, remember and honor Dr King
Also features the: Jazz Arts Academy, One Moving Body Dance
Troupe, The Performing Arts Ministry of Pilgrim, The Red Bank Regional High School
Chamber Choir and much more.  A reception will immediately follow the service.
All attendees are asked to bring new (unused) socks, scarfs and gloves to
be donated to: "Project Community Cares."  
Project Community Cares provides: clothing, resources, health screening and
hot meals, to those in need.  The event will be held on:
​Wednesday, January 24 at the Church. 

Hosted by Community Collaborative Coalition of Red Bank

Wednesday, January 24
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Pilgrim Baptist Church
172 Shrewsbury Avenue, Red Bank
Info:  732-747-2343
If you are a resident of Monmouth County and are in need of assistance,
this event is a must.

Food, clothing, health screenings (blood, lead and HIV), flu shots and
information about housing and other services will be available FREE of charge.
NO registration is required. Walk-In's greatly encouraged!

<![CDATA[Happy Holidays From BizEturtle]]>Tue, 21 Nov 2017 07:48:22 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/happy-holidays-from-bizeturtleHappy Holidays
Sending out wishes for Happy Holidays no matter what you celebrate 
or honor for November and December

BizEturtle will be starting it's 11th year of posting events, etc at no charge

Your help is greatly appreciated to help with the costs of running this unique
website, https://www.gofundme.com/bizeturtle

The Culinary Education Center of Monmouth County is open located
at 101 Drury Lane, Asbury Park, Monday-Thursday
Reservations are required for dinner RSVP: 732-988-3299 
Reservations are Suggested also for Breakfast & Lunch

Ala Carte or Buffet Style-Menu changes daily
Bakery filled with delicious treats, 9 am-10 am 

Ala Carte or Buffet Style-Menu changes daily
Bakery filled with delicious treats,11:15 am – 1:15pm

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

Closed Thursday, November 23rd for Thanksgiving. 
Serving Italian Cuisine until Thursday, November 30th
American Regional for the month of December
Dinner with Santa on December 13th, $25 cost
Check BizeTurtle's Community Calendar for more info

Also check BizeTurtle's Community Calendar every day for other events
My What's happening Blog for occasional happenings, 
My BizEturtle News Page, http://www.bizeturtle.com/bizeturtle-news.html

And of course my many other pages of information all found on mywebsite

Please consider becoming a Sponsor,

I am still actively involved with the T. Thomas Fortune Foundation
and we will be taking part in the African American Read In come this February

Write to me at thomasfortunehouse@gmail.com

Sponsored by the Black Caucus of the National Council of Teachers 
of English (NCTE) and endorsed by the International Literacy Association
The goal of the African American Read-In is to document readers making the 
celebration of African American literacy a traditional part of Black History Month activities.

Schools, churches, libraries, bookstores,  community and professional organizations, and  interested  citizens  are urged to make literacy a
​significant part of Black History Month 
Choose a book a poem, story by an African american author.
Read to your children,  your grandchildren, step children, share a book with friends. 
It does not have to be in a large group or a public event 
It can be as simple as bringing together family and friends in a
private setting or as elaborate as arranging
​public readings and media presentations
that feature professional African American writers
Anyone can read: Students, Teachers, Elected Officials, Parents, Grand parents, etc
Further questions write to, aari@ncte.org or visit 
Note: The website is not up to date for 2018

I continue being involved with  NJ Friends of Clearwater
We are currently seeking a location for our 43rd Environmental Festival

Write to me at volunteers@njclearwater.org
I am Creator of the 
NJFC Festival website

Are You a BizEturtle?
Ask yourself you just may be without knowing it
If you are always on the go,  but still take time to slow down to help others
Then You are a BizEturtle
If you carry your own reusable bags and water bottles,
say No to the Straw
and bring your own containers to restaurants for take out
Then You are a BizEturtle

<![CDATA[Passing on Information]]>Thu, 16 Nov 2017 14:52:12 GMThttp://bizeturtle.com/whats-happening/passing-on-informationSaturday, November 18 
12:00 Noon - 3:00PM
Emmanuel Baptist Church 
61A Cherry Street, Tinton Falls 
RSVP: 732-747-4438

Tuesday, November 21
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The Salvation Army
605 Asbury Avenue, Asbury Park
Sponsored by: Jersey Shore Dream Center

Thursday, November 23
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Lunch Break
121 Drs. James Parker Boulevard, Red Bank
RSVO: 732-747-8577, Limited Seating

2017 Warmest Wishes Drive
United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties is collecting
children's winter clothing to distribute to local
elementary and middle school-aged students in need.
Please donate any of the items below that are NEW WITH TAGS
for boys and girls in the following children's sizes:
Hats, Gloves and Scarves
Coats in children's sizes Small - Extra Large
Coats in adult sizes Small - Extra Large
Socks in sizes Small - Large
Can't make it to the store? Purchase gift cards at
Donations can be brought to United Way offices by Friday, December 8th:
Monmouth County
1415 Wyckoff Road, Suite 104 in Farmingdale  
Ocean County
House of Hope, 253 Chestnut Street in Toms River

Nominate Stephen Crane into the NJ Hall of Fame
Tom Chesek has been leading the effort to nominate Stephen Crane for the N.J. 
Hall of Fame. Please take a few minutes to contribute your vote, and get friends 
and family to do the same.
Go to njhalloffame.org/2017-nominees
Click on "Click to Vote Now"
Insert your email address
Select "Stephen Crane" from the Arts & Letters category.
Click "Finish"
Voting closes by month's end; names of new inductees are
announced in December. 
Stephen Crane needs the most votes in his category to gain acceptance.

Free Upcoming Workshops-NOVEMBER, 2017 
Jumpstart Your Job Search I and II, LinkedIn for Beginners / Intermediates,
Social Media Use in Your Job Search, and Career Connect:
Monmouth County One Stop, Eatontown (17 Christopher Way, Eatontown):
11/20/17 (Monday, 9:30am-12pm, LinkedIn for Beginners/Intermediates)
11/22/17 (Wednesday, 9:30am-12pm, Job Search I)
11/29/17 (Wednesday, 9:30am-12pm, Job Search II)
Freehold Raceway Mall, Financial Success Center (1st Floor, Macy’s Wing):
11/28/17 (Tuesday, 10:00am-12:30pm, LinkedIn for Beginners/Intermediates)
Seating is LIMITED for each workshop. Please register by calling the Division of 
Workforce Development at 732-683-8850 x6011 OR X2525 
Jumpstart Your Job Search for Today’s World! (Parts I and II)
Resumes are not the only thing that counts when looking for a job. In fact, it is
only about 25% of your total job search! These workshops discuss all parts of 
job search for 2017 so you land a new job faster! 
Each Workshop is 2.5 Hours long.
LinkedIn for Beginners / Intermediates:
LinkedIn is used for networking in the social media space. It is a job search tool-
but a Career Management tool as well. This 2.5 hour workshop will show
you how to get on LinkedIn and 
be ACTIVE on the social media platform to promote your personal brand,
and network your way into landing a job. We will explore the many things that
can enhance your job search by having a  presence on LinkedIn. **Jumpstart
Your Job Search I and II are suggested pre-requisites, and 
you must be computer literate to attend this workshop**
Social Media Use in Your Job Search
Social Media is an essential tool for job seekers in 2017. But it’s not all social today. 
There are over 30 Social Media applications in existence right now. Use of
Facebook and Twitter is all the rage in 2017. Learn how you can make only
10 minutes a day on a social media platform help you in seeking a new position.
This 2.5 hour workshop will discuss the most 
popular sites and how to use them in your job search today.
*You must be computer literate to attend this workshop*
Career Connection Workshops: Topics vary by month. All topics
relate to the job search.
 Guest speakers share their Subject Matter Expertise.
​These always book up, so reserve 
your seat early. Seats are NOT guaranteed for walk-ins
**Dates and Times are subject to chan
<![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

BizEturtle's Places Page

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

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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"We are all bizE (busy) in our lives,
but we must turtle (slow)
down to spend time with family,
​ friends, etc"
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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

<![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 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

<![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
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.
Saturday, July 1
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
Saturday, July 1
8:30 PM
Lake Lefferts lakefront 
on Ravine Drive 
Sunday, July 2
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. 
Sunday, July 2
Wall Municipal Complex. 
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!/
Monday, July 3
Bradley Beach 
9:00 PM
Bradley Beach Beachfront
Ocean & Brinley
Rain date 
Monday, July 3 & Tuesday, July 4
9:00 PM
Keansburg Amusement Park
275 Beachway Avenue
Monday, July 3 
Union Beach 
9:00 PM 
Union Beach Waterfront
Front Street
Tuesday, July 4
Long Branch
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Oceanfront Promenade & Great Lawn
Ocean Blvd
Tuesday, July 4
Asbury Park 
9:00 PM
On the beachfront
Tuesday, July 4
9:00 PM
Veterans Memorial Park
Union Avenue
Friday, July 7
Atlantic Highlands 
9:00 PM
Municipal Harbor
Simon Lake Drive
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
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
<![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

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

<![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
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