Pokemon club will begin July 8, 2015 and run for six weeks. Come out and join our fun filled club and make new friends while sharing your love of Pokemon!
Presented by the Monmouth County Park System in cooperation with the Monmouth County 4-H Association.
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Five fun filled days including: beach trips, bible stories, games, arts & crafts and more.
This free event is held each September in Belmar for for individuals and their families living with autism spectrum disorders and includes organized activities, DJ, arts and crafts booth, informational vendors, lunch, beach games and more.
Founded in 2005, the Latino Festival of Monmouth County (LFOMC) is one of New Jersey’s most popular and influential ambassadors of Latin American culture. The LFOMC annually reaches over 5,000 audience members across the state.
Walking towards awareness, one step at a time. Participating in the Run/Walk is a great way to have fun and raise awareness of the importance of reducing stigma and increasing awareness of the importance of behavioral health.
The Family Resource Network (FRN) and the New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CBVI) are pleased to announce the EDGE (Employment Development Guidance and Engagement) Program. The program is being developed and implemented by the Family Resource Network, in partnership with and funded by the New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Continuing its recovery from a period of shrinkage, the Red Bank Public Library will add seven hours to its weekly operations starting July 6.
After proposing a State FY 2016 budget which included increases for services for people with I/DD, Governor Christie on Friday, accepted the Legislature's additional $3 million increase to further address the Waiting List in the Division of Developmental Disabilities and $2.5 million for Family Support Services through the Department of Children and Families.
Deanna Sovern, Director of Community Based Services announced that the office will close next week and will reopen for services at its new location on Monday, July 6th.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New Jersey (NAMI NJ) celebrated its 30 years of improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness at its Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon at Crowne Plaza Monroe.