- Category: News
MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Now it's quicker and easier than ever to find books at the library, get the movies you want, check your account, search online databases, and more. Using your smartphone or tablet computer and the Middletown Township Public Library's new mobile apps, you can be "In the know, on the go!"
It used to be that you had to be inside the library or use your home computer to benefit from the library. Now with the mobile app, library customers can instantly renew their books, find out what to read next, or find out what's happening at the library, virtually anytime anywhere!
The library's mobile-friendly website was first established in January, 2011. The new mobile app will continue the evolution of the library's mobile services, putting the library in your pocket and making it easier and faster for people to get what they want.
To download the Library's mobile app or to learn more, visit https://mtpl.org/?q=mobile3
Supported devices: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android.
- Category: News
Red Bank, NJ - Red Bank RiverCenter is pleased to announce the 1st Annual Red Bank International Flavour Festival presented by Heineken and The Asbury Park Press, whichwill be held on May 6, 12pm-7pm in downtown Red Bank in the White Street Parking Lot.
This event is rain or shine and is also a fundraiser for Red Bank Regional Buccaneer Athletic Foundation and Red Bank RiverCenter. Admission is only $5.00 for anyone over 13 years of age.
The Red Bank International Flavour Festival will allowpeople to experience a wide variety of international flavors from local restaurants and eateries in Red Bank. This international culinary experience will feature flavors such as Italian, Asian, Mexican, French, American, and many more. To go along with the outstanding food is international beer and wine. Two stages will showcase live bands including different music from around the globe. The Red Bank International Flavour Festival will feature two stages, two beer/wine tents a vast amount of foodsold vendor style. and activities for kids, making this a family friendly event.
Due to the high volume of people attending please consider taking the train. The Red Bank Train Station is within a short walking distance to the festival. Check the schedule at www.njtransit.com.
Red Bank RiverCenter is a self-funded, not-for-profit alliance of downtown businesses and property owners working toward the economic vitality of Red Bank. For more information about RiverCenter and the International Flavour Festival please visit our website at www.OnlyOneRedBank.com or call (732) 842-4244.
- Category: Arts & Culture
Vocal Majors Perform Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Medium, Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas
Little Silver, NJ - The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Vocal Majors will perform a pair of operas-- Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Medium, and Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas presented consecutively on Tuesday, May 1, and Wednesday, May 2. All performances begin at 7PM in the Red Bank Regional High Theatre located at
Pictured - Katherine Robinson of Shrewsbury portraying Belinda looks on as Dido, portrayed by Evangeline Athanasiou, Red Bank, confronts Aeneas, played by Patrick Martini of Union Beach, in Henry Purcell’s Opera Dido and Aeneas,. The Opera is one of a pair of operas RBR’s VPA presents it is first full scale operatic production. Miss Athanasiou is recognized as the state’s top operatic high school singer.
- Category: Letters to the Editor
Just in time for summer, Monmouth County is rethinking how it goes about enticing visitors to the county’s unique vacation destinations.
Ads on radio and daily newspapers outside our county are a must. But in addition to the traditional means of advertising, the Monmouth County Department of Public Information and Tourism is using of social media to connect with potential visitors.
By Memorial Day, county Tourism representatives armed with smart phones will be using Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Pinterest to drive information about the county’s wonderful destinations and generate feedback from people about where they have been and what they liked.
This summer we will have a mobile web page for Tourism to help visitors learn about Monmouth County using their mobile phones.
Whether it’s a two-week stay, a getaway weekend or just a day trip, visitors will be able to get the information they need.
- Category: News
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ - The new home of the Atlantic Highlands Library at Borough Hall on
Prior to the official dedication, the Library will open for business in its newly-renovated location in Borough Hall at 9 a.m., Monday, April 23. The Library closed its Avenue C location on April 9 to begin moving to its new home.
Atlantic Highlands Borough Hall is home to the Atlantic Highlands Library.
The Borough Hall location offers the Library more space, including separate children’s and youth sections, and an activity room for programs. The former Library in the old Borough Hall was approximately 1,800 square feet – the new Library has more than double that space at 4,000 square feet, according to Atlantic Highlands Borough Administrator Adam Hubeny.
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