Jersey Shore Events To Keep You Busy This Weekend
Friday, scoot your boots, it’s Country Wine Dancing at Laurita Winery in New Egypt with nonstop line dancing and lessons for all levels throughout the evening. 21 and over, please.
Saturday, enjoy a Brewer’s Brunch at Cross & Orange restaurant in Asbury Park featuring brews by Forgotten Boardwalk. Enjoy a boardwalk inspirited brunch menu, beef flights, beer floats, life-sized games, prizes and giveaways, meet the brewer, and more. The best part… Pajama attire with slippers, robes and even curlers is encouraged.
Pier Village Restaurant Week in Long Branch, featuring a 3-course prix fixe menu at a great price. A fantastic opportunity to check out that restaurant you’ve been meaning to try, or get a great deal on one of your favorite spots. Pier Village Restaurant Week now through Wednesday, February 27th at participating restaurants.
How To Train Your Dragon: Hidden World premieres this weekend and Saturday at Marquee Cinemas 10 in Toms River hosts a How To Train Your Dragon: Hidden World Viking Party! Meet and mingle with some Vikings in the lobby, indulge in some Green Dragon Fire Popcorn, and more. 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
Saturday it’s a Family Royal Tea Party at the Ranney School in Tinton Falls. Get your child’s photo taken with Cinderella, the Prince, Fairy Godmother and more. There will be make and take crafts, activities, and a sneak peak of the Show. 10 – 11:30 AM. Tickets are $5.00
Get Freezin’ for a Reason this Saturday at the Polar Bear Plunge Seaside to support NJ Special Olympics. Support one of the plunging teams or, or why not hop on in the icy Atlantic yourself. Trust me, it is quite invigorating, and it’s not too late to register as plungers can register on site. Check-in and registration at 9 AM, plunge at 1 PM at 50 Blaine Avenue in Seaside Heights.
Sunday, Neil Michael’s Steakhouse in Hazlet hosts the 2019 Angel Warriors Benefit. A buffet lunch and gift auction, raising funds to help support returning veterans in memory of Private First Class Michael Breen. Last year they raised enough funds to purchase two service dogs that are trained to offer comfort and companionship to people coping with post-traumatic stress disorder. The service dogs not only help the veterans, but they help veterans’ families. This year the goal is to raise enough money for three service dogs. Buffet lunch and gift auction 12 noon to 3 PM.
Sound of Music happens at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank this Saturday and Sunday.
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