Last Day in May

Tomorrow is Saturday, May 31st 
The last day of May and there is so much to do.
It’s up to you to make the choice of what to do and where to go

AAUWNJ BOOK SALE
9:00 AM  –  2:00 PM  
Old First Church
69 Kings Highway, Middletown
Info: 732-933-4855   
A wide selection, including: classics, new releases, 
hardcovers, paperbacks, children’s books,
 fiction and non-fiction, cookbooks, garden books, 
art books, dvds and cassettes, games and more!   
Most hardcovers $2, most paperbacks $1
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FREE HOME OWNERSHIP SEMINAR
10:00 AM  –  12:00 PM  
Neptune Public Library
25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune
2nd floor meeting room
Info: 732-618-7877 
Please come out to this free information session and 
get advice from the experts! 
Presented by Asbury Park/Neptune NAACP
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HISTORY EVENT AT ALLAIRE VILLAGE
10:00 AM  –  4:00 PM  
Allaire Historic Village/Allaire State Park 
4265 Atlantic Avenue, Farmingdale  
Contact:    732-919-3500   
Parking fee $5/car.C
IVIL WAR REENACTMENT
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GIANT SPRING FLEA MARKET 
10:00 AM  –  4:00 PM  
Ocean Pathway, Ocean Grove       
Over 300 Vendors
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SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP
11:00 AM  –  3:00 PM
All Saints’ Church (the Stone Church)
202 Navesink Avenue, Navesink
RSVP: 732-872-1716. 
 A hands-on workshop about technology trends, 
social media and easy ways to use these tools in everyday life.  
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RED BANK RIVER FEST 
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Marine Park
MUSIC-FOOD-RIVER CRUISES-CHILDREN’S AREA
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PUSS N’ BOOTS
1:00 PM- 3:00 PM
Paper Moon Puppet Theatre
171 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands
Info: 732-775-0290  
Tickets: $10
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RIVER CONCERT 2014
1:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Shark River Hills Municipal Marina
149 S Riverside Drive, Neptune
Info: 973-617-0698
Tickets: Adult (13 and older) $25; Youth (6-12) $10; 5 and under free
A number of local musicians and groups will donate 
their performances.
To Benefit Recovery Along the River Foundation, Inc
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SPRING BAZAAR & CINCO DE MAYO FIESTA
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM 
Asbury Park Convention Hall
1300 Ocean Avenur, Asbury Park
Inside the Grand Arcade
Info: 732-829-2663
Features vendors, live music, food and drinks.
To Benefit Move for Hunger
please bring canned goods/donations.
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RAINBOW CONNECTION: 50 YEARS OF LGBT THEATRE
2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM  
Coastal Artists Production 
66 South Main Street, Ocean Grove
Info: 732-455-2748   
Tickets: $10/$7 for Students & Senior Citizens
THE MADNESS OF LADY BRIGHT 
THE HETEROSEXUALS
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AVON DAY COOKOUT
3:00 PM – 8:00 PM 
Avon Municipal Building Lawn
301 Main Street, Avon-by-the-Sea
Info: 732-774-9602
Cost: $20/21 & up,$10/12-21, Kids under 12 free
Food- Beverages & Entertainment
featuring The Avon Barksdales
To Benefit Avon Fire Department 
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BOOK LAUNCH PARTY  
4:00 PM  –  6:00 PM
Belmar Arts Council/Boatworks
608 River Road, Belmar
Info: 732-749-3360   
Join BelmarArts member and author, Judith Jones-Ambrosini for the release party for her brand new title; “The Sisterhood of Diabetes: Facing Challenges and Living Dreams”!
Refreshments and signed copies of the books will be
available for sale!
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Saturday, May 31
OPERA SEASON DEBUT
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Stephen Crane House
508 4th Avenue, Asbury Park
RSVP: cranehousereservations@gmail.com
Reservatons Required, Limited Seating
No admission charge, but any and 
all donations
A tribute to Madame Era Tognoli who 
graced Asbury Park with operas for 51 years. 
A screening of CARMEN JONES AND BRIGHT ROAD
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PRO WRESTLING LIVE
6:00 PM – 8:00PM
Jersey Shore Arena 
1215 Wyckoff Road, Wall Twp
Info: 908-723-3298
Tickets Starting @ $15Mr. USA Tony Atlas, 
Tito Santana, TNA Star Robbie-E Teddy Hart, Doink The Clown,
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SPEAKEASY SOIREE
7:00 PM   – 9:30 PM
InfoAge Science Center
2201 Marconi Road, Wall
Info: 732-917-5961
Tickets: $55 
Guests will travel back in time to the roaring 20’s with 
buffet, appetizers, music and dancing. 
To Benefit InfoAge Science and History Museum
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RAINBOW CONNECTION: 50 YEARS OF LGBT THEATRE 
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM 
Coastal Artists Production
66 South Main Street, Ocean Grove
Info: 732-455-2748
Tickets: $10/$7 senior citzens and students with id
THE FAIRY PLAYS
A book in Hand Readings
Six interconnected plays about fairies. 
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THE LEAF
8:00 PM -9:10 PM 
First Presbyterian Church
Rt. 34 & Franklin Street, Matawan
Info: 732-583-7874
Tickets: $15/$20
Presented by Spotlight Players
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THIRD
8:00 PM-10:00 PM
Two River Theater
21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank
Info: 732-345-1400
Tickets: $20-$65
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SPRING FUNDRAISER CONCERT
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Monmouth Reform Temple
332 Hance Avenue, Tinton Falls
Info: 732-747-9365
Tickets: $55 for reserved seating–
first 6 rows$35 for general seating
THE JERSEY FOUR accompanied by a 
six-piece band(In Tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
To Benefit Monmouth Reform Temple
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THE GIN GAME
8:30 PM  –  10:30 PM
First Avenue Playhouse
123 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands
RSVP: 732-291-7552   
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BAND SHOWCASE & SPEAKERBOX POETS DEBUT
9:00 PM-2:00 AM
Brighton Bar 
121 Brighton Avenue, Long Branch
Admission: $1018 Enter 21 Drink
Minisry Art Intent introduces our Band Showcase 
Series and the debut of the SpeakerBox Poets.  
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