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Saturday, March 9th .... Look for Shawn and Sue from the Ocean County Breakfast Show in the Ocean County St. Patrick’s Day Parade on the boulevard in Seaside! The parade kicks off at noon! Look for the Hometown Crew van, joining them in the parade, to find out the St. Patrick’s Day Song of the Day. Listen on March 17th for your chance to win $500! Made possible by Innovative Tile Installations!
Ocean County College will host the 36th Annual Ocean County Teen Arts Festival at the Arts & Community Center Gallery on the OCC Main Campus, Toms River. The Ocean County Cultural and Heritage Commission is the administrator of the Ocean County Teen Arts Program. The annual Festival is under the direction of Bobbi Krantz, Festival Coordinator and Director of the OCC Arts & Community Center. Artwork will be on display in the ACC Gallery March 5 to April 10. Admission is free and open to the public. The 2013 Ocean County Teen Arts Festival will be represented by the following high schools: Brick Memorial, Brick Township, Central Regional, Jackson Liberty, Jackson Memorial, Lacey Township, Lakewood, Monsignor Donovan, Ocean County Vocational-Technical School (OCVTS)/Brick, Pt. Pleasant Beach, Pt. Pleasant Borough, Southern Regional, and Toms River East, North and South.
Ocean County Library’s Manchester branch, 21 Colonial Dr., will show the DVD “ADD & Loving it?!!: The Experience of Adults Living with ADD/ADHA” Monday March 11 at 6:30 p.m. A panel discussion and Q&A session will follow the video. The panel will consists of adults living with ADHA, the spouse of an adult with ADHA, and a professional who works with people who have ADD/ADHD. Refreshments will be served. This program is free and open to the public. Registration is required. For more information or to register go to the Web site www.theoceancountylibrary.org or call (732) 657-7600.
Ocean County Library’s Lakewood branch, 301 Lexington Ave., will host a seven-session class to prepare people who want to take the test for US citizenship. The class is appropriate for adults 18 years and older who have lawful and continuous permanent residency in the United States for a minimum of five years. Those attending should have been physically present in the United States for thirty months, with at least three months living in the same state or district. Anyone with questions about whether their individual circumstances would qualify should call Richard Potter at the library (732) 363-1435.
On Saturday, March 16th ….. It’s The 6th annual Elks Miracle Plunge takes place at the Asbury Park Convention Hall to benefit Children’s Specialized Hospital, Cooley’s Anemia and Elk’s Camp Moore. Look for Shawn & Sue’s WOBM All-Stars to particpate and broadcast LIVE . Donate and help Shawn & Sue raise money for the children
Sunday, March 17 ....St. Patrick’s Day Event .... Popcorn Park Zoo hosts a St. Patrick’s Day event featuring a treasure hunt, contests, bake sale, crafts and more from 10AM-2PM.