day : 04/08/2016 4 results

Strictly 60s at the Library

The Strictly 60-s Band, a New Jersey group that takes listeners through the revolutionary decade of the 1960s, will appear at the Monmouth County Library Headquarters Thursday, Aug. 4 at 7 p.m., bringing the sounds of the Beach Boys, the Beatles, Elvis and more to the library auditorium. Now celebrating 14 years as a successful business, the Strictly 60s band is devoted to the people, music and entertainment of a time that saw both the British invasion by musicians as well as the peace ...

Monmouth County Park System Hosts Open House At The Clayton Park Activity Center

The Monmouth County Park System is rolling out the welcome mat at the newly acquired Clayton Park Activity Center during an Open House on Wednesday, August 10 from 7-9 p.m.  Located at 202 Davis Station Road, (Imlaystown) Upper Freehold, the Activity Center was acquired by the Park System in late 2015 and will be used to host a variety of recreation programs.  During the Open House, visitors can tour the facility, meet Park System staff, and learn about upcoming offerings.  Visitors can also ...

Books for Cooks: August 2016

By MaryAnn Miano There are many interesting dishes that can be made with fruit when you think outside the box. In Catherine Henning’s Cook Book Collection at the Colts Neck Library, there is just such a book filled with unusual and classic fruit recipes. Fruits in Cooking, by Robert Ackart, provides the cooking enthusiast with tempting recipes for every appetite. The world of fruit can be mysterious, but really, fruits are simply the fleshy seed containers of certain trees, shrubs, and ...

Monmouth Medical Center Presents August Community Health Education Programs

It Can Wait Monday, August 8 from 11 a.m. to  2 p.m. One look at a post, selfie, text or scroll through email while driving is all it takes for serious consequences to occur. Monmouth Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, in collaboration with Safe Kids NJ - Monmouth/Ocean Chapter and Pier Village, is partnering with AT&T on their “It Can Wait” texting and driving campaign to warn against distracted driving through demonstrations with a car simulator. The simulator is a ...