MIDDLETOWN, NJ - A production of "A Little Murder Never Hurt Anyone" will be performed August 15th and 16th at the Middletown Arts Center - 36 Church Street in Middletown, New Jersey to benefit Mater Dei Prep and Christian Brothers Academy
In less than 3 weeks, come out and see the New "Constellation Production Company" in "A Little Murder Never Hurt Anyone" This production was written by Ron Bernas and is directed by Kyle Hayesand will run Saturday, August 15th (8PM) and Sunday, August 16th (3PM) at the Middletown Arts Center at 36 Church Street in Middletown, New Jersey and features an extremely talented cast.
RED BANK, NJ - Experienced singers are invited to audition for the award-winning Monmouth Civic Chorus by appointment on Wednesday evenings beginning September 9, 2015. The 2015-16 season features Bach, Handel and holiday favorites in December; meditations on Lent by Buxtehude, Lotti and Casals in March; and music by Handel, Britten and Vaughan Williams in May. Artistic Director Dr. Ryan Brandau holds the Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degrees from the Yale School of Music, an MPhil in historical musicology from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), and a BA in Music from Princeton University.
Asbury Park, NJ - The art studio of Fair Haven artist, S. Raye Globus will be open to the public on Friday, August 21st and Saturday, August 22nd at 527 Bangs Avenue in Asbury Park. Open studio hours are noon-9:00 PM.
MIDDLETOWN, NJ –The Middletown Township Health Department has received laboratory confirmation of a raccoon testing positive for Rabies. The raccoon was tested after possible interaction with a dog. This incident happened in the area of Millbrook Drive, located in the New Monmouth section of town. Luckily, no wounds were found on the dog according to Health Department Director Rich DeBenedetto.
FREEHOLD – Close to 100 guests heard music, learned fascinating stories, and met some of the people featured in the “Spirituals to Soul: African American Musical Heritage in Monmouth 1880-1980”exhibition now on display at the Monmouth County Historical Association Museum at the curators talk Wednesday evening.
Guests enjoyed a presentation by music historians Pamela and Charles Horner at the museum at 70 Court St., before going into the museum for a tour of the exhibition and a reception with the Horners.