day : 20/07/2016 4 results

Frame to Please ” Paws for a Cause”

Frame to Please/Paws for a Cause Date: July 31, 2016 Time: 11am-2pm Location: The Galleria, 2 Bridge Ave Red Bank  N.J. 07701 (732) 741-8062 The pet fund raising endeavor of Frame to Please " Paws for a Cause" will be hosting a book signing " Zach to the Rescue" by local children's  author Karen Sandy. This will be an exciting event for children & adults alike to meet with the author. Karen Sandy will be donating all royalties to the Associated Humane Society. More informat...

Holmdel Hosts “Village Idol”

On May 13, the future stars came out for the return of Village Idol at Village School in Holmdel. The teachers and staff at Village School partner with the students and community to host an annual variety entertainment show to benefit a worthy cause. “The staff and the students look forward to Village Idol each year. The show provides an opportunity to have fun, along with a very important teaching moment where students reflect on contributing to our community and helping other people in ...

Holmdel Theatre Company Presents “To Kill A Mockingbird”

The Holmdel Theatre Company, located at The Duncan Smith Theatre in Holmdel, announces their summer production, “To Kill a Mockingbird.” A cast of more than 20 actors has been assembled to portray a variety of characters, representing members of a small Southern town. The play is adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel from Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning and controversial novel of the same name. The play, set in a small town in Alabama during the Great Depression, deals with ...

Nature Through The Camera Lens

By Joanne Colella Holmdel resident Ellen Rubinstein is using the art of photography to share unique images of nature, as seen through the lens of her camera. During the month of April, her work was on display, in rows of framed photographs, at the Wall Township Library’s community room. The opening of the exhibit was a successful event, with local residents attending, as well as friends and visitors from other towns. More than 40 framed nature prints were included, and a half dozen pieces ...