Tomorrow is Saturday, May 31st
The last day of May and there is so much to do.
It’s up to you to make the choice of what to do and where to go
AAUWNJ BOOK SALE
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Old First Church
69 Kings Highway, Middletown
A wide selection, including: classics, new releases,
hardcovers, paperbacks, children’s books,
fiction and non-fiction, cookbooks, garden books,
art books, dvds and cassettes, games and more!
Most hardcovers $2, most paperbacks $1
FREE HOME OWNERSHIP SEMINAR
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Neptune Public Library
25 Neptune Blvd, Neptune
2nd floor meeting room
Please come out to this free information session and
get advice from the experts!
Presented by Asbury Park/Neptune NAACP
Brookdale Community College is the recipient of a $15,000 two year grant from The Plus 50 Encore Completion Program to assist adults
age 50 and older complete a degree or certificate programs in healthcare and social services.
Tonight beginning at 6PM is your chance to learn about the new
“Encore Center”for the Adult Learner at Brookdale.
The Encore Center will streamline the process for returning adults
looking to pursue new careers in Healthcare and Social Sciences.
There will be a brief presentation about the services available and an opportunity to meet with College representatives from all the supporting services including counseling, continuing education, financial aid and Veterans.
Held in the Warner Student Life Center on the campus of Brookdale Community College located at 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft
in Twin Lights Room I & II
Please Click Here to Register
Beginning tonight at 8PM, The Dunbar Repertory Company presents
SHAKIN’ THE MESS OUTTA MISERY By Shay Youngblood.
The story of a young black girl’s coming of age in the
South in the 1960s. Daughter, the main character and 25-year-old
narrator whose mother died when she was very young, was raised by womenin the community, some blood related, some not. When she was 12 years old she began her journey to womanhood guided by these very diverse,nontraditional, older black women.
Produced and Directed by Darrell Lawrence Willis, Sr, a native
son of Long Branch and a graduate of Long Branch Senior High School.
Featuring Eatontown Resident, the WisdomKeeper, Lorraine Stone
Held upstairs in ‘Studio 99’ room at the Count Basie Theatre, 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank
Tickets are $20 Seating is limited; call 732-370-8982 to RSVP.
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