Category Archives: Lakewood

Roads to Be Repaved in the Lakewood Industrial Park

The Lakewood Industrial Commission (LIC) with the cooperation of the Township Committee is repaving several roads in the Lakewood Industrial Park through an arrangement with the Ocean County Road Department. With this arrangement, Ocean County makes road projects available, using their resources, at a lower cost than it would have been otherwise.  As a result, the Lakewood Industrial Commission is funding the repaving and receiving work from the Ocean County Road Department at a significantly lower expense.  Continue reading Roads to Be Repaved in the Lakewood Industrial Park

Ocean County Soil Conservation District and Partners Awarded Grant Funding to Support Urban Agriculture Conservation Initiative in Lakewood Township

Ocean County Soil Conservation District (OSCSD) is pleased to announce an award of $50K in grant funding from National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) and USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). These funds will support our “Urban Agriculture Conservation Initiative”, a project developed
in partnership with Georgian Court University, Lakewood Township, Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority, Barnegat Bay Partnership, and New Jersey Agricultural Society. An Urban Agricultural Advisory Committee consisting of all partners, as well as Fulfill (previously Monmouth-Ocean Food Bank), Lakewood
High School, and New Jersey Farm Bureau, has been established. The Committee will utilize the knowledge and skills of partners in their areas of expertise to provide strategic advice and planning towards accomplishment of our goals:

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10th Annual BruceClaws Night on July 29th

For the 10th time, the BlueClaws become the BruceClaws! Bruce Springsteen Appreciation Night is Saturday, July 29th, presented by Kean University.
The fun starts at 5 pm when the E-Street Shuffle plays live in the Coors Light WRAT Trap from 5 pm – 7 pm as part of the
TD Bank Summer Concert Series. There will be $2.50 Miller Lites throughout the night as well.
During the game, BlueClaws players will be wearing special BruceClaws jerseys. These jerseys will be auctioned off with all proceeds to benefit BlueClaws Charities and their Community Partners.

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It’s Paw-ty Time for Your Dog! Beasley Media Group to Host Annual Bark in the Park

Every dog should have its day – right? Give your dog his or her day by taking your pet to the annual “Bark in the Park,” hosted by Beasley Media Group radio stations 100.1 WJRZ and 95.9 the WRAT, at FirstEnergy Park, 2 Stadium Way, Lakewood, N.J., Sunday, July 16, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., rain or shine.

Before the game begins, pets can enjoy a variety of free activities, such as Silly Pet Tricks and a Pet Parade, which take place on the field, a Doggie Adoption Showcase, and other four-legged festivities.  Watering stations are available.  All animals must be on a leash and have up-to-date shots. Continue reading It’s Paw-ty Time for Your Dog! Beasley Media Group to Host Annual Bark in the Park

ELVIS’ 40TH ANNIVERSARY SPECTACULAR

August 16, 2017 marks 40 years since the passing of the most famous entertainer of our time, Elvis Presley, “The King of Rock n’ Roll.” Back by popular demand, Elvis tribute artist Richie Santa and his 12-piece band will celebrate the music and career of this American icon! On Friday, August 25th, come join us and celebrate this 40th Anniversary Spectacular!

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BlueClaws to Host “Nut Free Day” on June 16th

The BlueClaws will host a “Nut Free Day” at FirstEnergy Park on Friday, June 16th at the team’s 7:05 pm game against Hickory (Rangers). The entire ballpark will be peanut-free and no peanut products will be used in food preparation or available for sale (peanuts, Cracker Jacks, etc), giving those with peanut-allergies the chance to experience BlueClaws baseball!

 

The June 16th game is BlueClaws Let’s Make a Deal Night with themed fun throughout the game. Additionally, after the game, enjoy some of the best post-game fireworks at the Jersey Shore thanks to Wawa.

“The BlueClaws are pleased to be able to offer this night for those around the Jersey Shore impacted by peanut allergies,” said Jim McNamara, BlueClaws Vice President of Tickets. “We want everyone around the area to have to opportunity to enjoy BlueClaws baseball and look forward to a great night.”

Tickets are going fast for this game. To order, call 732-901-7000 option 2 or click here to order online.

The BlueClaws are the Jersey Shore’s top stop for affordable, family entertainment. They have led the South Atlantic League and New Jersey in attendance in all 16 years of existence.

 

BlueClaws Launch TD Bank Summer Concert Series, Will Debut May 27th

The BlueClaws are pleased to launch the TD Bank Summer Concert Series at their game on Saturday, May 27th. The TD Bank Summer Concert Series runs over the eight Saturday home games from May 27th through September 2nd and includes two hours of live music before the game.

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Wizards and Muggles Unite at May 26th Harry Potter Night at FirstEnergy Park

Calling all muggles! The BlueClaws award-winning Harry Potter Night is back on Friday, May 26th, presented by University Radiology. This will be the second annual Harry Potter Night, which last year was recognized as Minor League Baseball’s Promotion of the Month, for May.
The fun starts when the gates open as the first 1,500 fans receive a BlueClaws Magic Mug thanks to University Radiology. The Magic Mug looks blank on the outside, but when filled with hot water, a Marauder’s Map of FirstEnergy Park emerges.
BlueClaws players will be wearing specialty Quidditch jerseys which will be auctioned off (silent auction on the concourse during the game) with proceeds benefiting BlueClaws Charities and their 40 Community Partners.
Then after the game, stay for a Harry Potter-themed post-game fireworks show thanks to University Radiology.
Tickets to the night are available by calling 732-901-7000 option 2 or online by clicking here.
There will be Harry Potter-themed fun throughout the night.
  • Come dressed to participate in our Costume Contest, with prizes awarded for the best costume.
  • Be sure to catch the Golden Snitch! A Golden Snitch will be running around the ballpark. Fans are encouraged to take pictures with the Golden Snitch and put them on Twitter or Instagram using #BCSnitch. Pictures will appear on the FirstEnergy Park video board.
  • Plus, there will be a Golden Snitch Scavenger Hunt throughout the game.
  • Magic wands will be available for purchase ($10) as will a special, one-of-a-kind Harry Potter Night t-shirt.
  • Fans can get their picture taken – Have You Seen This Wizard – at the Skechers Snapshot Kiosk on the concourse as well.
Once again, the BlueClaws will have Butter Beer, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic will be available. Special food items include Bertie Botts Beans and Chocolate Frogs.
Specialty drinks available in the Upstairs Club Bar and Coors Light WRAT Trap include: White Owl (vodka, kahlua, and cream), The Phoenix (tequila, orange juice, and grenadine), Whomping Willow (vodka, apple sour, and lime juice), Golden Snitch (Jose Cuervo Gold on ice), and Unicorn Blood (vodka, blue curacao lemonade, with cherries).
Finally, the BlueClaws will be hosting Stretches & Spells Yoga (with Yoga by Bridget & Justine) before the game (5:30 pm – 6:30 pm). Anyone can participate and the $29.95 entrance fee includes a game tickets, Magic Mug, Magic Wand, and one hour of yoga with a professional instructor before the game (bring your own mat).
Pre-registration is required for Stretches & Spells Yoga and can be made by calling Dylan Citron at 732-901-7000 ext 147.

The BlueClaws are the Jersey Shore’s top stop for affordable, family entertainment. They have led the South Atlantic League and New Jersey in attendance over all 16 years of existence.