We are currently looking for unique vendors to join our 4th annual fall festival. This event is family friendly and free admission. There will be food trucks, games, inflatables, pumpkin decorating patch, and more. If you would like to be a vendor, please use the link to register.
Embark with us on an exhibition of oceans, rivers, and everything water. Featuring Jim Inzero, “Water, Water, Everywhere” explores how 20th-century and contemporary artists portray water through ceramic, textile, and painting.
Did you know that Rosh Hashanah means “head of the year” and is commonly known as the Jewish New Year. It is the day on which the year number changes. Rosh Hashanah is a solemn and holy time. It occurs on the first and second days of Tishri, which falls in September or October. A two-day celebration that begins on the first day of Tishrei, which is the seventh month of the ecclesiastical year.
🌊The hurricanes off of the coast are not expected to hit NJ, it is predicted that we still will see residual effects within the surf. Please respect the rules set forth at your local beach by Lifeguards to ensure the safety of yourself, others & emergency personnel. 🌊
🚓 Toms River Police Department is hosting #NationalNightOut, on August 31st! 🚓
Huddy Park (39 E. Walter Street) – 5-8 p.m.
Come check out the awesome first responder displays, participate in our police obstacle course, enjoy cuisine from local food trucks, don’t forget the face painting, Around the World in TR walk, stop at our community partner tents, see the K9 and motorcycle demos, and enjoy some popcorn and cotton candy; all while listening to music and having a blast with friends, family, and our awesome community!
Free Cardiac & Concussion Screenings for Kids Community Medical Center and the Matthew J. Morahan, III Health Assessment Center for Athletes, are offering free cardiac and concussion screenings for young athletes! Register online at https://www.rwjbh.org/events/event/?event=35951.
Open to the first 75 athletes | 6-18 years old
Open to the first 75 athletes | 5-18 years old
Screenings are recommended to be repeated every 2 years.
When preliminary testing to identify, serious cardiac problems is provided to young athletes, sudden cardiac arrest and tragic deaths may be avoided. Ninety percent of sudden cardiac deaths in young athletes occur during or after athletic activities and hidden heart conditions are often the cause. This cardiac screening will help to identify children, aged six to 18 years of age, who may require further testing or intervention.
The concussion baseline screening is for children, ages five to 18 years old. Having a concussion baseline study (ImPACT) can help identify issues in the future. Children five to 11 will be tested on an iPad which is much more game-like and makes the testing fun. If a child is believed to have suffered a head injury, this screening test may be used to evaluate the severity of the head injury and determine when it is safe to return to normal activities.
The screenings are being offered at Toms River Intermediate East with Community Medical Center and the Matthew J. Morahan III Health Assessment Center for Athletes, both part of RWJBarnabas Health. The Morahan Center provides education, evaluation, and assessment of sports injury and sports-related cardiac and concussion screenings.
FALL PROGRAM GUIDE 2023
Registration begins Thursday, August 31
Link on online Guide: https://tinyurl.com/23hsmoyb
Registration Form: http://bit.ly/39dKVn7
Register by mail or in-person at:
Jakes Branch County Park – Beachwood
Wells Mills County Park – Waretown
OC Parks Administration Office – Toms River
OC Parks Web Site: www.oceancountyparks.org
Administration Phone: (732) 506-9090
This event is FREE and open to the public. In addition to the game, there will be fun available for the whole family including:
Games & Prizes
This annual event is hosted by Lester Glenn Subaru and the Point Pleasant Challenger Flag Football Team to help raise awareness and funds for the Point Pleasant Challenger Flag Football program.
The Point Pleasant Challenger Flag Football program was designed to allow children with various types of special needs the opportunity to participate in a team sport that promotes inclusion and helps those with special needs succeed.
This program is a nonprofit organization that believes that the football field is a place where more than just a game is played. It works to help bridge the difference and promote an understanding of people with special needs. Through the program, volunteers learn that people with special needs are not so different than themselves and develop an understanding of the challenges that their differently-abled counterparts face each day. The challenger athletes have the opportunity to play a team sport, experience a sense of comradery and make physical gains in terms of coordination and endurance, while also learning how to work as a member of a team.
We hope you and your families can join us at this amazing, FREE, event on 8/13/23 from 12 PM to 6 PM in Point Pleasant!
5th Annual Restaurant Tour. Grab your friends and come sample a bite from some of the best restaurants on the Jersey Shore.
The Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce is hosting our 5th Annual Restaurant Tour.
The Point Pleasant Beach Restaurant Tour 2023, Saturday September 9th 12-4pm.
The Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring our 5th Annual Restaurant Tour. Grab your friends and come sample a bite from some of the best restaurants on the Jersey Shore.
-Bam Bam Burger Co
-Mugsy’s by Meg LaManna
-The Off Shore Restaurant
-Point Lobster Bar and Grill
-Point Lobster Co
-Red’s Lobster Pot
-Shore Fresh Seafood
-Sweet Revenge Custom Chocolate
-Wharfside Patio Bar
*More may be added
Ticket price: Tickets for this event are $30 each. Ticket purchase includes a commemorative insulated fanny pack .We will only be selling 200 tickets.
How to buy tickets:
Visit our Eventbrite Page
How Does this work?
Ticket holders will arrive at 11am at our registration station located at Point Beach Interiors, 649 Arnold Ave. Point Pleasant Beach, where you will receive your tour wristband, and your list of participating restaurants.
From there, you’re off on your culinary adventure. This tour is a self guided tour, feel free to start wherever you’d like. A few of the restaurants are within walking distance of registration. You can drive, walk, ride your bike, Uber, to the participating restaurants throughout town.
Will there be adult beverages on this tour?
Adult beverages are not included. Many of our participating restaurants may choose to have drink specials available at their bars for purchase. Please make sure you have your proof of age with you.
What’s the refund policy?
This event is non refundable. The rain date will be Saturday, September 10, 2023 from 12pm-4pm.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes
Point Pleasant Beach Chamber of Commerce
517 A Arnold Ave
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
Viking Village Inc. – Barnegat Light dock tours run every Friday until 9/1. This is a tour designed to welcome and educate the public to the world of commercial fishing. This tour will introduce you to the industry, the boats, and our sustainable wild-caught product of the USA. Being an informed consumer is highly important and this tour will help you better understand the hard-work it requires to bring in top quality seafood 52 weeks out of the year.
Tours begin at 10AM in front of the fish mural. It is suggested to arrive at 9:45am.
🌞Did you know that Ocean County is home to Oasis Family Success Center in Manahawkin.
🌞The center is a community-based, family-centered neighborhood gathering place located in the heart of Manahawkin. Community residents can come to us for family support, interactive workshops, activities, and groups.
🌞Our activities are always free and open to all families in the community.
The Mission of Ocean County Vocational Technical School is to provide an intensive and immersive educational experience aligned with the current and emerging demands of business, industry, and advanced education. We instill the knowledge, skills, and competencies required for students to experience success in entering the workforce, advancing along a career pathway, and achieving career aspirations.
2 POSITION OCVTS Instructor positions AVAILABLE
🧰🔨🧱New Home Construction
Qualifications: Must have a minimum of 5 years experience in the
construction trade. Experience including but not limited
to framing, windows, doors and drywall. A valid NJ
Construction Technology teaching license a plus.
Address Resume to: Jeremy Dusza, Principal of Adult Education
e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: July 15, 2023
Pursuant to NJ statute (R.S. 52:14-7) (L. 2011, Chapter 70) applicants applying must reside in NJ.
OCVTS – SY 2023-2024
⚙️🔩⛓Precision Machine Technology Instructor
Qualifications: Experience in Machine Trades, Tools, & CNC Operation
Strong Math skills a must
Robotics experience a plus
Submit Resume to: Jeremy Dusza, Principal of Adult Education
Via e-mail: email@example.com
Deadline: July 15, 2023
Pursuant to NJ statute (R.S. 52:14-7) (L. 2011, Chapter 70) applicants applying must reside in NJ
🛥Since 1998, with the first pump out boat in New Jersey, the “Circle of Life,” over 2.1 million gallons of concentrated effluent waste have been removed from the holding tanks and portable toilets of over 98,500 boats that would otherwise have been directly discharged into the No-Discharge Zone intercoastal waters of Ocean County. This service is provided free of charge. 🛥
🛥Ocean County is committed to working to preserve and improve the environmental health of its coastal waters and of the Barnegat Bay Estuary. It recognizes the direct connection between the environmental well-being of the intercoastal waterways and the quality of life and economic vitality of the region.
💚Kiwanis Club of Point Pleasant, NJ needs your help! 💚
Sponsor a camper today!
It’s almost time for our biggest project of the year! 🎉🎉 Camp Kiwanis! 🎉🎉
This will be our 4th year hosting a free Camp day for local children! We need your help to make the day special for them. Please consider donating through Venmo @pointpleasantkiwanis or on our website www.pointpleasantkiwanis.org
❤️”Compassion Cafe based in LBI seeks the integration of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through hands-on training and employment in a small coffee shop environment. By providing meaningful, paid employment for teens and adults with special needs, our employees will gain independence, self-confidence, and work skills for a successful future.”
❤️We offer part-time summer employment in a small coffee shop setting while partnering with local businesses in a true non-profit model.
❤️Interested in learning more, employment or volunteering?
The Ocean County Natural Lands Trust Program was established to acquire and maintain environmentally sensitive lands, natural areas or open spaces that would generally remain in their natural state and for the preservation of farmland. The objective of the program, is to establish of a system of protected lands which, in combination with the Farmland Preservation Program, enhance the quality of life in Ocean County by:
Helping to maintain the County’s rural characteristics.
Protecting critical environmental resources and water supply.
Maintaining and enhancing active agriculture.
Buffering areas that are not compatible with development.
In 1997, the residents of Ocean County, overwhelmingly voted to establish the Ocean County Natural Lands Trust Program. The approval of a 1.2 cent dedicated tax provides the Board of Commissioners with the funds to acquire lands in Ocean County for conservation and farmland preservation.
With over 25,000 acres preserved as open space through NLTF there are many opportunities for the public to enjoy nature in Ocean County. Certain properties may be more appropriate than others for activities. Our properties are managed in partnership with the County Parks Department, and they are open to the public consistent with the Ocean County Parks and Natural Lands Trust Rules.
The Ocean County Board of Commissioners has announced that there is a program to safely dispose of old boat flares.
The program will take from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 6 at the Ocean County Training Center, 200 Volunteer Way, Waretown.
Flares will be accepted from Ocean County residents only. Flares from marinas and businesses will not be accepted. There will be 600 appointments available and residents can drop off a maximum of 10 flares. Program participants are asked to remain in their vehicles at all times.
Registration is required and can be done online at the Solid Waste Management homepage: www.co.ocean.nj.us/recycle or by calling (732) 506-5047.
Join us for a Gift Auction Supporting the Students & Celebrating the Arts at the Grunin Performing Arts Academy! Bring your FRIENDS, your CHAIRS & COOLERS then get ready to TAILGATE to some live music & ticket pulls on our outside stage!* Head INSIDE first to bid on the many prizes & purchase concessions!
*Should the weather turn, entertainment, seating & ticket pulls will be held inside.* Ticket drops 1:00pm-4:00pm Ticket draws start 4:30pm Advance sale entry bundle
$40(a $50 value)
$45 Bundles & additional tickets available at the door. To purchase discount advance sale entry tickets by credit/debit or e-check go to our secure cheddar up link on this page. To purchase advance tickets by mail see flyer in this event. Visit www.paaptso.org for more info.
Event location GPAA on the OCC Campus 1 College Drive Toms River NJ
We are a 501c3
Litter turns up everywhere – in our parks, on our shorelines, and in the water. Blown by the wind on trash day, tossed out car windows, intentionally dumped – however it gets there, it’s an eyesore and harmful to the environment.
The Barnegat Bay Blitz is an annual watershed-wide cleanup that brings together hundreds of volunteers with one goal in mind – keeping our land and water clean by removing litter from neighborhoods throughout Ocean County.
This year’s Blitz cleanups are happening during Earth Week from April 15th to April 22nd. Get outside and make a difference for a healthy watershed by volunteering for a local cleanup. Sometimes the best way to remove trash in the water is by boat, so if you enjoy getting out on the water, consider volunteering for one of the cleanups by kayak or canoe.
Visit our Blitz page for information about volunteering for a cleanup during Earth Week. Email questions about the Blitz to Karen Walzer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
21st Annual Step Up for The Arc Walk on Saturday, May 13th at the Jersey Shore BlueClaws to Benefit Adults with Disabilities in Ocean County
Lakewood, NJ (March 30, 2023) – The Arc, Ocean County Chapter will host the 21st Annual Step Up for The Arc Walk on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at ShoreTown Ballpark, home of the Jersey Shore BlueClaws from 10:00am-1:00pm to benefit individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Step Up for The Arc is an inclusive community event to raise awareness and acceptance for people with disabilities.
The day will kick-off at 10:00am with registration, inclusive games, arts and crafts, live performances and refreshments. Around 11:00am the 1-mile walk celebration will commence followed by the after-party at 12:00pm.
This year’s 21st Annual Walk hopes to raise $75,000 for The Arc, Ocean County Chapter’s programs and services providing housing, employment, job training, transportation, recreation, family support, and clinical support services to 1,000 individuals with disabilities.
This event is free to attend and participants are encouraged to register online to fundraise $50 for this year’s commemorative Step Up for The Arc t-shirt. Register and donate online at www.arcocean.org or mail your donation to: The Arc, Ocean County Chapter – WALK, 393 Mantoloking Road, Brick NJ 08723.
Thank you to our premiere event sponsors: Gallagher, All American Ford and Maple Holistics. To learn how your business can receive premium marketing benefits while supporting individuals with disabilities, visit www.arcocean.org
For more event details, please like us on Facebook @thearcoceancounty or call 732-978-1414.
About The Arc, Ocean County Chapter
The Arc, Ocean County Chapter, Inc. was established in 1955 with the mission to advocate, provide opportunities and supports necessary for all individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to be accepted and valued as citizens of the communities in which they choose to live, learn, work and play. Today, the chapter serves more than 1,000 individuals through residential services, vocational services, recreation services, family support, and clinical support services.