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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 ...

Historic Havens: Seabright Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club

By Lori Draz The oldest lawn tennis and cricket club in the nation is located in Rumson. Founded in 1877, Seabright Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club has a long, rich history and an active current membership. The club has 16 lawn tennis courts, 15 Har-Tru courts, one hard court, and four platform tennis courts. Lawn tennis was introduced to America in 1875, when a tennis set was imported from England by the Staten Island Cricket & Tennis Club for installation. Months later, the residents ...

Community Chanukah Celebration-November 17, 2013

Community Chanukah Celebration-November 17, 2013   Chanukah Celebration for the Entire Community Congregation B’nai Israel in Rumson Sunday, November 17, 2013 11 am-1 pm Everyone welcome!   Chanukah arrives early this year. The first day of Chanukah 2013 falls on Thanksgiving Day. The last time the holidays coincided in this way was in 1863 and it won’t happen again in our lifetime. To celebrate Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, Congregation B’nai Israel (CBI) in Rumson ...

Children Affected by Storm Sandy Give Thanks for Family and Community at Premiere Event

Children Affected by Storm Sandy Give Thanks for Family and Community at Premiere Event ARTS HEALING PROJECTS TAKE CENTER STAGE AT MIDDLETOWN ARTS CENTER  Children Affected by Storm Sandy Give Thanks for Family and Community at Premiere Event Sunday, November 24, 2013, Middletown Arts Center, 36 Church Street, Middletown, N.J., 4:00 p.m. On Sunday, November 24 at 4:00 p.m., 34 young artists, ages 4-15, who participated in arts healing projects at Small Factory Productions in Fair ...

WILD WINTER ELIXERS AND SPICES

 WILD WINTER ELIXERS AND SPICES On November 19th  Rachael Mackow will present a program titled “Wild Winter: Elixirs and Spices from the Native Garden” at 1:00 at the Atrium, on Rt. 35  in Red Bank, at the invitation of the Navesink Garden Club. The public is invited to attend free of charge. Today we turn to our spice rack and medicine cabinet for warming, aromatic spices, and remedies to ease cold-season complaints. Imagine yourself as a homesteader, miles from the market and ...

NAVESINK NEWS BRIEFS By Laura Kolnoski

NAVESINK NEWS BRIEFS By Laura Kolnoski Shrewsbury’s Autumn Harvest Party This year’s Autumn Harvest Party, sponsored by the Shrewsbury Historical Society, is scheduled for Sunday, October 27 at the Evelyn Bonanno home, also known as “Narrowgate Farm.” Recalled by locals as “The Horse Farm on Sycamore Avenue,” this lovely period home at 440 Sycamore Avenue was built by Francis Gilhuly in 1858. “It remains expertly maintained by the Bonanno family,” said Mayor Donald Burden, ...

HORIZONS RUMSON TO CELEBRATE “SMALL” BEGINNINGS AND BIG ACHIEVEMENTS AT NOVEMBER GALA

HORIZONS RUMSON TO CELEBRATE “SMALL” BEGINNINGS AND BIG ACHIEVEMENTS AT NOVEMBER GALA On Saturday, November 2, Horizons Rumson will celebrate 18 years of providing local at-risk students with summer academic and recreational enrichment at the Rumson Country Day School (RCDS), thanks to the vision of RCDS Headmaster Chad Small.  Themed “Small Beginnings…Broader Horizons,” the gala event, co-chaired by Maggie Riker and Lynn Spector, will honor Chad Small and his wife Susan for his ...

BUSINESS BRIEFS By Lori Draz

BUSINESS BRIEFS By Lori Draz We begin this month’s Business Briefs by sending a special word of support to our friends in Seaside who are battling back from that devastating boardwalk fire -- and to all the businesses still overcoming the effects of Superstorm Sandy, one year later.  Please support these businesses with your patronage. Canvas Studio Art, an art studio established by artists for artists, reopened this September at a new location, 126 East River Road in Rumson. With better ...

GAME ON! By Rich Fisher

GAME ON! By Rich Fisher The school year is underway and, so too, is the high school fall sports season. Here are highlights of some Monmouth County teams during the first 10 days of the campaign. FOOTBALL Red Bank Catholic opened its season with a 49-6 win over Red Bank in the town’s backyard brawl. Larry Redaelli led the rushing attack for RBC, rushing for 120 yards and four touchdowns on 17 attempts. Rumson got touchdown runs of 80 and 45 yards from Charlie Volker in a 13-6 ...