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Aug
12
Thu
Alex Laurenzi – JAZZ @ Island Beach
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Alex Laurenzi & Friends

Jazz on the Beach

Aug
26
Thu
@ Island Beach
Aug 26 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
 @ Island Beach

Kids Movie Night on the Beach

Sep
7
Tue
Bike Rodeo @ The Esplanade
Sep 7 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Bike Rodeo @ The Esplanade

Mountain Lakes Bike Rodeo

Grade K-5

Safety Stations: Helmet check, Demon Driveway, Wildwoodville Traffic Signs, Stay to the Right, Serperntine Rock Challenge

 

Bring your bike or scooter and and helmet

Families can sit on the steps and enjoy music!

Sep
17
Fri
Lakers 55 @ ML Library
Sep 17 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Ken Shouler – Ethics Discussion

 

Hear from an experienced teacher who has published on the topics of normative ethical theory and applied ethics, especially business ethics, medical ethics and sports ethics.

Oct
15
Fri
Lakers 55 @ ML Library
Oct 15 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Garden State: Where Ideas Grow” – Based on her book, A History of Inventing in New
Jersey: From Thomas Edison to the Ice Cream Cone, this program by Linda J. Barth explores
groundbreaking, useful, fun, and even silly inventions and their New Jersey roots.
Many people are familiar with Edison’s “invention factory” in Menlo Park, where he patented the
phonograph, the light bulb, and many more innovations. Yet many other ideas have grown in the
Garden State, too—New Jerseyans brought sound and music to movies and built the very first drivein theater. In addition to the first cultivated blueberry, tasty treats like ice cream cones and M&M’s®
are also Jersey natives. Iconic aspects of American life, like Bubble Wrap®, the boardwalk, the
Band-Aid®, and even professional baseball itself started in New Jersey. Life would be a lot harder
without the vacuum cleaner, plastic, and air-conditioning, and many other important advances in
medicine and surgery were developed here.
Linda J. Barth

Nov
19
Fri
Laker 55 @ ML Library
Nov 19 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Brian – Sahotsky

Hear how social, cultural, ethical, and moral issues are affecting the display, transmission, viewership, and discussion of history’s most valuable artistic treasures. Discuss the key issues of art repatriation and other complications in the way we see art today.