PHOTO: Long Branch Mayor Adam Schneider (second from left) greets Ed Dlugosz, President of NJ Friends of Clearwater, and Friends Lynn Humprey (left) with granddaughter Sonrisa Scott and Joellen Lundy on a tour of the oceanfront Great Lawn. The 38th Annual Clearwater Festival, a fun-filled musical party celebrating the environment, will take place in Long Branch for the first time on Saturday September 15
LONG BRANCH, NJ - New Jersey Friends of Clearwater (NJFC) and The City of Long Branch today announced that the state's oldest and largest celebration of the environment—the NJFC Clearwater Festival—is coming to the oceanfront Great Lawn in Long Branch September 15. An annual tradition since 1975, the free Clearwater Festival is known for its mix of live music and song, arts and environmental education and advocacy in a family-friendly summer party.
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The Clearwater Festival offers fare music from rock and soul to jazz and gospel by national and local music performers, a Children’s Area with songs and storytelling, and environmental exhibits ranging from energy-saving and recycling tips to watershed protection and clean air advocacy.
Food/craft/green vendors, performers, activists, and volunteers for the Clearwater Festival are asked to visit www.mcclearwater.org/festival.php.