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Come to Asbury this summer for a Vegan pop-up shop that will feature some of the best vegan food that the shore has to offer! $5 Tickets will get you admission into the event in Asbury, while if you pay $20 you will get admission into the event in Morristown where there will be another pop-up, BUT you must be 21 years or older, as the event will be held in a bar.
Come to the Oak Tree Lodge this September graduating Wall High School class of 2018. The 10 year reunion of your class will be celebrated with picnic style food, soft drinks, and beer!
This event will only happen though if at least 100 people sign up, so tell your fellow classmates and bring members of your family with you!
Taste gives you a chance to sample the many wonderful restaurants in Atlantic Highlands and enjoy the unique retail shops along the way. Make your way through this waterfront town on a classic trolley or party buses that will shuttle attendees around the town to participating businesses.
Ticket prices will be determined. Tickets are not offered at this date, but can be purchased by calling the Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce at (732) 872-8711, or online at http://www.atlantichighlands.org.
Don’t miss ‘An Intimate Evening with Kristen Chenoweth when the Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress and singer visits the Count Basie Theatre. The Wicked star’s career spans film, television, voiceover and stage. Chenoweth has performed to sold-out audiences across the world, including performances at Carnegie Hall and Royal Albert Hall. Notable television roles include appearances in “The West Wing,” Disney’s “Descendants”, and “The Muppets.”