Family Events in Ocean & Monmouth Counties with 92.7 WOBM
This Saturday from 11am until 1pm, meet 92.7 WOBM’s Justin Louis at Lester Glenn Chrysler-Jeep on Route 37, Toms River. Stop by for a chance to win great prizes, including concert tickets, WOBM t-shirts and more.
Saturday afternoon from 3:30 until 5:30, meet 92.7 WOBM’s Shawn Michaels at Causeway Hyundai on Route 72 in Manahawkin. Stop by for a chance to win great prizes, including concert tickets, WOBM t-shirts and more.
The Annual Jersey Food Truck Festival at Monmouth Park in Oceanport is May 26th, May 27th & May 28th. On Memorial Day (5/28) From NOON UNTIL 3PM, Meet 92.7 WOBM’S Shawn Michaels..Go to Monmouth Park.com for more information about Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival.
Saturday, May 26th ….. American Legion Post 129 hosts a Memorial Day BBQ and Pig Roast at their location at 2025 Church Road in Toms River starting at 1 p.m. featuring live music from the band Katfish Lucy. Check their Facebook page for more information.
Monday, May 28th ….. The 144th annual Freehold Memorial Day Parade steps off ay 10 a.m. on Main Street in downtown Freehold. There will also be a memorial service at Elks Point (intersection of Broadway and Main St.) at 8:30 a.m. Click their Facebook page or call 732-462-4580 for more information.
Wednesday, May 30th … The Emma Havens School PTA in Brick holds a Color Run starting at 4:30 p.m. to benefit classroom libraries. Call 732-785-3000 for more information.
Saturday, June 2nd …. The Avon By The Sea First Aid & Safety Squad holds their 23rd annual Avon 5K Run/Walk along Ocean Avenue and Norwood Avenue starting at 8:30 a.m. Click jsrc.org for more information.
Saturday, June 2nd …. The Ocean County Historical Society holds their first Flea Market on the grounds of their headquarters at 26 Hadley Avenue in Toms River from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Click oceancountyhistory.org or call 732-330-2409 for table information.
Monday, June 5th & Tuesday, June 6th ….. Toms River High School North hosts a presentation with Frank Romeo of "The Art of War" Monday, June 5 and Tuesday, June 6 from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. each day. Romeo is a Vietnam Veteran who was part of a small Special Forces group that was ambushed in August of 1969. He was shot 7 times and woke up months later in a hospital in Japan. After a year of surgeries around the globe, he was discharged from a hospital in Queens where anti-war protesters spit in his face and called him a murderer and a baby killer. Romeo spent 40 years battling an internal struggle with his Vietnam experience and PTSD while raising a family of 7 children on Long Island. His current work is promoting a planned walk across NY State to increase awareness for PTSD and the plight of our many disabled, homeless or unemployed veterans. He plans to raise funds to support a documentary film to spread his message to a national audience. Call 732- 604-5512 for more information.
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