The BNI Lacey Networking Group is pleased to announce that their Chapter will be hosting a special Visitors Day Networking Meeting at Kristy’s Diner, 562 Route 9, Waretown NJ on July 20th at 8AM.
“This special meeting is geared toward helping local business people gain insight on how BNI works,” says prominent local businessperson Dan Covell, of Ameriprise Financial. How to build a successful referral based business through a structured word-of-mouth marketing program will be the focus of this meeting. Continue reading BNI Lacey Networking Group Meeting
A Card and Game Party Fundraiser will be hosted by the Skipperettes of Skippers Cove Beach Club on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 12 noon. Admission is $5.00 per person which includes a dessert buffet and a chance to win a door prize. In addition, the Beachcombers are selling raffle tickets for some amazing baskets of merchandise! Bring your own cards, dominoes or whatever game you like to play. The event will be held at the Skippers Cove Beach Club, 5 Bluebeard Way, Waretown. Call Barbara at (609) 693-9639 for advance tickets. Tickets will be available at the door, but the event is limited to 90 people and tickets are on a first come first served basis.
20th Annual Barnegat Bay Environmental Educators Roundtable at the Lighthouse Center for Natural Resource Education in Waretown, New Jersey.
This much anticipated and regionally significant educators’ workshop is scheduled for April 19, 2017 from 3 PM until 7:45 PM. This year’s theme is “Re-Discovering Barnegat Bay” with workshop topics that reflect the important and diverse natural resources that sustain a healthy Barnegat Bay Watershed. Registration is open to adults interested in “re-discovering” Ocean County’s unique wetlands, woodlands, native flora and fauna, and historic people and places; facilitators represent diverse environmental organizations and agencies.
Continue reading 20th Annual Barnegat Bay Environmental Educators Roundtable
The Ocean County Library will host a series of Master Gardener programs during April and May at four branches.
Master Gardeners, trained and certified by the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Ocean County, will give horticultural information and gardening tips at the following branches:
• Toms River Branch, 101 Washington St., 732-349-6200, Rutgers Master Gardeners of Ocean County: Swing into Spring, Wednesday, April 19, 12 p.m. – 3 p.m. Enjoy a display of spring flowers, receive information on summer insects, and the services offered at the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Center. Continue reading Master Gardeners to Offer Tips at Ocean County Library Branches
Waretown Historical Society is hosting a Basket Making Class
Taught by local basket maker Mary May
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM Continue reading Basket Making Class
Mark your calendars. Two of New Jersey’s most popular wine festivals are once again returning this year.
The third-annual Waretown Spring Wine Festival will return on Saturday, April 22rd and Sunday, April 23th in the Waretown Recreation and Lake Area, located at 182 Wells Mill Road. Continue reading Upcoming 2017 Wine Festivals in New Jersey
Christmas is almost here!!!
Celebrate with Waretown UMC this Sunday 12/18 with a special Christmas line-up and then come back on Christmas Eve next Saturday!
Continue reading Special Christmas Events This Week at Waretown UMC
So, what ‘s left to do after a long weekend of Thanksgiving celebrations and ‘Black Friday’ shopping sprees?
A Christmas BONFIRE of course!
Continue reading Christmas Bonfire at Waretown UMC THIS SUNDAY
For six years now through the generosity and hard-work of the Houck Family, and supported by the Waretown United Methodist Church and Waretown Volunteer Fire Company, friends and neighbors have been able to gather together and enjoy this great American holiday as a community! Continue reading 6th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner
The Waretown Branch of the Ocean County Library, 112 Main Street, will present “Ocean County during WWI” at 2 p.m. Friday, November 11th. Continue reading Waretown Library Offers World War I Discussion on Veterans Day