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Enjoy the SPRING LAKE SUMMER ART WALK from 10AM – 5PM
along picturesque Third Avenue in Spring Lake with a
Juried Art Show with artwork on display
All artwork available for purchase.
From 4PM-7PM, Spring Lake Theatre will be celebrating THE 5TH OF JULYIncludes a Pooch Parade & Bicycle Decoarting Contest
Please register by 3:45PM, 732-449-4530
There is also Music, Food, Entertainment, Prizes,
watermelon eating contest, whipped cream pie eating contest,
3 legged race, apple pie eating contest and lots of more fun
Admission is $5/Children and $10/Adults
Madison Brighton and Third Avenue, Spring Lake
Beginning tonight at 7PM, SHERLOCK’S FIRST ADVENTURE will run from through Saturday, April 5th at Henry Hudson Regional School, 1 Grand Tour, Highlands.
(All performances begin at 7pm).
Tickets will be sold at the door, and are $7 general admission, and
$5 for students/seniors.
Light dessert refreshments will be available.
TONIGHT ( Wednesday) ALL tickets are just $5!!!!!
The play, by award-winning playwright Craig Sodaro, is a two-act
mystery-comedy inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic character, Sherlock Holmes. The story introduces us to a young Holmes, who,
along with his friend John Watson, unravels his first real case while still a student at a Victorian-era London boarding school.
Featuring a cast of 22, all 7th and 8th graders at Henry Hudson Middle School will present .
For more information, visit the school’s website, at www.hhrs.us or
Today is the last Saturday and almost the last day for Women’s History Month. An annual declared month celebrated during March that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society.
This year’s theme, ‘Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment’, honors the extraordinary and often unrecognized determination and tenacity of women. Against social convention and often legal restraints, women have created a legacy that expands the frontiers of possibility for generations to come.”
Asbury Park’s Stephen Crane House & The Asbury Park Historical Society
will be honoring Asbury’s own Mary Helen Peck Crane and her two daughters. In 1883, Mrs. Crane bought the cottage at 508 4th Avenue in Asbury Park and dedicated herself wholeheartedly to the work of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union as well as women’s rights. She and her daughters were also talented writers and artists. The Crane House will celebrate the lives and accomplishments of the Crane women. Mrs. Crane settled in Asbury Park to be near the Methodist stronghold of Ocean Grove and her son Townley, then the area’s Associated Press reporter.