EATONTOWN, NJ – Our next CIRCLE OF SONG will be on Sunday, August 6, 2-4 pm at the EATONTOWN  LIBRARY  (directions below) 33 Broad Street (Route 71), Eatontown, NJ 07724

We will be welcoming Dale Lakata as our Leader-Performer.  Dale is an experienced singer-songwriter who has also written the soundtrack for a movie, and appeared in it and in other movies.  Dale, Isis and I perform together as “The Clarity Project,” and we are planning to do a number of songs together.

Our permanent home at the Eatontown Library is handicap accessible.  As usual, we’ll pass the hat, giving half to Pastor Sony, who feeds the homeless in Asbury Park.  The other half supports NJ Friends of Clearwater’s Festival, which is still free.  The suggested donation is $7.

If you bring your instrument – even if you don’t – we can promise you that you’ll have a chance to sing and/or play.  We encourage songs about the Environment and Sing-Along Songs, but you can do others.  It’s a great place to try out new material, but you can also just come and listen – or sing along.

SAVE THE DATE – and please contact Lynn Humphries at [email protected], if you can volunteer:


We treat each of our patients as part of the family at Atlantic Highlands Animal Hospital. We offer top-quality surgical and dental treatments for cats and dogs. For the best pet care in the Atlantic Highlands, NJ, call us at (732) 291-4400.

Our 42nd (!)  Annual Festival will again be at Brookdale College on the weekend of September 9 and 10.  That month, we WILL NOT have our usual monthly Circle.



From the Eatontown Community Center:  Cross the street – turn left.  Find it after the Police Station and Fire Department.

Parkway:  Ex.105 = Rte. 36 East – left (via jughandle) at Route 35 North – take a right at 4th light (= Broad St.= Route 71) – the Library is on your left, before the Fire Station.  Turn into the lot.

Route 18:  Same directions as from the Parkway.  The Exit is 13B (in both directions).

Route 35 North:  Turn right at 4th light after the Route 36 crossing (=Broad or Route 71).

The Library is on your left, before the Fire Station.  Turn into the lot.

Route 35 South:  There’s a very strange jughandle to follow when taking a left onto Broad St –
watch for it on the right.  If you come to the Fort Monmouth entrance, make a U-turn.  
Then follow the instructions of Route 35 North.

Route 195:  If you come on Route 195 East, turn right onto Route 18 or continue to Route 35 –
then follow those directions.

For those who come from NYC:  Ask the Academy Bus Driver to stop at the above address.


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...