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MISSION Fitness & Outdoor Activities: Community 3-4 Thank You

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Tennis

2014 PROGRAMS & EVENTS Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP)

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Art by Day:

Surfing

Jewelry 7

Yoga, Pilates, & Bodywork

Paper 8

Food Studio

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Painting & Drawing

Home & Landscape

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Glass 10

Language 27-28

Pottery 11-13

Music 29

Art Gallery

Science 30

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Artistic Evenings-Options for Adults, Families, & Kids 15

Youth Programs:

Family Entertainment

Morning Camps (Age 3 & Up)

Film, Movies, & Photography

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Art Afternoons (Age 7 & Up)

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Crafty Weekend Workshops (Age 8 & Up)

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Program Calendars

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People: Board of Trustees & Staff

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Policies 35 Registration Forms Map

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To promote the arts and sciences on Long Beach Island and in the surrounding communities by enlightening, educating, and stimulating thought and discussion about current trends in the arts and sciences and by providing broad educational and cultural programs for all ages.

contact

summer hours

120 Long Beach Blvd. Loveladies, NJ 08008 Office phone: 609.494.1241 and 609.489.3858 Tennis phone: 609.489.3950 Fax: 609.494.0662 www.lbifoundation.org

Monday-Friday, 8am–4:30pm Saturday-Sunday, 9am–3pm The LBIF is free to visit and open to the public. Tennis hours may differ from office hours. The LBIF will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014.

history Dr. Boris Blai, a student of sculptor August Rodin and founding dean of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, established the LBIF in 1948 as a facility that would foster the talents of individuals. The LBIF has built on Dr. Blai’s original vision, offering thousands of exhibitions and educational programs to the community for over 65 years. Now open year-round, the LBIF serves as a critical cultural asset and a source of enjoyment and learning for people of all ages.

follow facebook.com/lbifas pinterest.com/lbif/ twitter.com/LBIF instagram.com/lbif Ann Coen

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COMMUNITY lending library

free wireless

Need a new book for the beach? Browse the LBIF Lending Library, located adjacent to the main gallery, and take home a new-to-youto-me. Return it at your leisure, or keep it for your home library. Book donations are accepted at the LBIF office.

No Internet access at the house? Pull up a chair in the mezzanine or take a bench outside and connect for free! Look for “LBIF Public”.

membership overview

The LBIF is a 501(c)(3) organization that relies largely on membership contributions to help sustain the organization’s mission of bringing arts, science, and recreation to the local community and region. Please consider joining the LBIF today! • Anyone is welcome to become an LBIF member. • Portions of membership fees are tax-deductible. • The LBIF membership year runs November 1-October 31. • Members get discounted rates on all classes and programs at the LBIF. The savings in this benefit alone can pay for your membership! • Members receive the advantage of knowing first about all classes, special events, and programs. • Enjoy members-only events. • Members receive an exclusive invitation to exhibit in the Member/Student/Faculty Exhibition, a great opportunity to see (and purchase!) the art of the talented LBIF community. • Members can access our list of summer babysitters.

special memberships volunteering The LBIF relies not only on membership support, but also on the support of volunteers. If you are interested in supporting the LBIF as a volunteer please stop by the office, send an email to office@ lbifoundation.org, or call during business hours: 609.494.1241.

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RECREATION: Please see the Tennis section of this catalog (page 19) for details about recreation memberships. BUSINESS: Over 20,000 residents and visitors come to the LBIF every summer! Gain exposure with these potential customers and support the arts, sciences, and recreation in the community. Market your organization as a “proud supporter” of this great cultural asset. $250 annually ($179 tax-deductible)

MEMBER EVENTS MEET THE MAYOR Sunday, June 29 • 10am

Meet the Mayor of Long Beach Township, Joseph H. Mancini, ask questions, and converse with other LBT residents. Sponsored in partnership with the Loveladies Property Owners Association.

MEMBER PICNIC, BBQ, & COOK-OFF Saturday, August 2 • 12pm-4pm

Look for more details via email, Facebook, Twitter, and posted around the LBIF.

BENEFACTOR & PATRON COCKTAIL PARTY Invitations will be mailed for this reception hosted by the current LBIF President, Bud Berman, and his wife, Mona, in appreciation for the generous support of our Benefactors and Patrons.

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING August 24 • 11am

Join the LBIF community for this annual meeting, where members can ask questions, make suggestions, and share in the success of the LBIF. Elect new members and officers for Board of Trustees in the coming year.

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THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! William & Nina Albert Lynne & Peter Berman Brian Duffy Ted & Ellie Einhorn Norman Epstein & Patricia Mathews Herb & Barbara Frank John & Joan Galiardo Dr. Alvin & Joyce Glasgold Alvin & Eleanor Goldstein ZeeJay Greenspan John Hoffman Stephen & Phyllis Lishnoff Thomas & Deborah MacArthur Peter Mundheim & Lisa Brien Robert & Guna Mundheim Harold & Elinor Oertell Larry & Brenda Robinson Tom & Jessica Scangarello, Jr. Frederic & Arlene Schragger Barton & Sandra Silverman Kathi & Roger Smith Richard & Susan Thatcher Joseph & Barbara Torg Alan & Debra Ann Traster Joel & Barbara Werbel

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m.t.burton gallery &

19th St. Clay Studio Fine Art . Pottery . Antiques . Classes

FOR CONTRIBUTING 2014 MEMBER BENEFITS: Bay Avenue Plant Company Foodies Gulf Station, Barnegat Light Just Bead It Little Bite of Italy NJ Shore Yoga Swell Colors Things Adrift

Amazing Supporters of 2013! The LBIF is so impressed with Lily and Sofia, who raised over $1250 last summer and donated it to improve our playground! Thanks to these fantastic 10-year-old twins, the updated 2014 playground will sport soccer nets, swings, a see-saw, and a climbing dome.

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ART BY DAY jewelry

WOVEN BRACELETS

Tuesday, July 15 9am-12:30pm Daniella Kerner Create woven bracelets such as Byzantine Chain, as well as variety of other patterns in metal, using a variety of metals such as anodized aluminum, brass, and copper. A materials fee of $30 is payable to Daniella Kerner on the day of class. Fee: $60 Member fee: $45 04-CR21W-14

EARRING WORKSHOP

Tuesday, August 12 9am-12:30pm Daniella Kerner Create earrings using a variety of basic fabrication techniques, such as piercing, hammering, dapping, and more. No prior experience necessary. A materials fee of $35 is payable to Daniella Kerner on the day of class. Fee: $60 Member fee: $45 04-CR21E-14

JEWELRY ETCHING

Sunday, July 27 10am-12:00pm Rebecca Fragola You will create your own hand-etched copper pendants or earrings. The process consists of drawing on metal, then allowing acid to eat uncovered areas of metal, leaving you with a shallow relief design. No jewelry experience necessary. Pieces will be ready to take home by the end of class. Fee: $35 Member fee: $25 04-CR21R-14

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WORKSHOPS Monday, July 7

Ages 12-Adult Elizabeth Toloky, Eat Metal, Inc. Join Elizabeth for a full day with two jewelry workshops or a half day where you choose your jewelry workshop. Enjoy a 10% discount on class rates if you choose the full day. A materials fee of $50 is payable to Elizabeth Tokoly on the day of class. Fee: $117 Member fee: $99 04-CR21F-14

MORNING: BRIOLETTE WRAP DROP EARRING

9:15am-12pm Design a pair of earrings using combination of semi-precious briolette cut stones, sterling silver, copper, metal plates or rods. Learn wire wrapping techniques and work with textured metal. Fee: $65 Member fee: $55 A materials fee of $25 is payable to Elizabeth Tokoly on the day of class. 04-CR21B-14

Take a lunch break from 12-1pm. Pack a picnic for the beach or a bench at the LBIF, or enjoy a quick trip to a local eatery.

AFTERNOON: CHAIN MAIL BRACELET

1-4pm Create a colorful two-in-one chain mail bracelet, working with color, pattern, and jump rings. Complete the bracelet as you learn to form an S hook with pliers. Fee: $65 Member fee: $55 A materials fee of $25 is payable to Elizabeth Tokoly on the day of class. 04-CR21C-14

VISITING ARTIST CATHERINE LECLEIRE

Catherine LeCleire is a professor of printmaking and book art techniques at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York and Montclair State University, Montclair New Jersey.

BOOKMAKING FOR THE BEGINNER

Saturday, June 28 & Sunday, June 29 1-4pm Books are perfect packages for all sorts of information, ideas and activities. Challenge and expand your notions about what books are, can be, and how they work. On Saturday, students will learn a variety of simple bindings culminating with the Japanese binding. On Sunday, students will learn to build the 4-sided portfolio. All of these bindings are perfect for developing personal projects as well as the study of structures from ancient eras to the work of modern and contemporary artists. A lab fee of $10 is payable to Catherine LeCleire on the first day of class. Fee: $110 Member fee: $90 04-CR27-14

PAPER ORIGAMI FOR BEGINNERS

Thursday, July 10 3-5pm Evan Zodl Folders at a beginning level are invited to learn the art of origami. You will journey through the history of this ancient Japanese art of paper folding while learning to fold fantastic models of your own. Master the standard bases that allow participants to take on intermediate forms and come away with a greater understanding of what makes paper wake up in the morning. Fee: $15 Member fee: $10 04-CR23B-14

ORIGAMI FOR INTERMEDIATES

Thursday, August 7 3-5pm Evan Zodl Use what you have learned in Origami for Beginners or your basic knowledge of origami models to take the next step. This class will cover intermediate forms of the construction of a tricky but rewarding model. All levels welcome, but those with some prior experience will benefit more from this class. Paper will be provided by the LBIF. All you need to bring is your hunger to fold. Fee: $15 Member fee: $10 04-CR23I-14

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painting & drawing OPEN STUDIO SESSIONS: FIGURE DRAWING

Fridays, June 13-September 26 9:30am-12:30pm Students will use a live, unclothed model to explore line, form, proportion, and composition. This class is intended for those who want an introduction to drawing figures or who want to advance their current techniques. The model is included in the cost of the class. Bring your own materials. Fee: $40 per day Member fee: $30 per day 04-AR11-#-14

week. Drop in for a day or join us for all four weeks. Bring supplies and a sketch book. Fee: $40 per day Member fee: $30 per day Four class registration (choice of days): $140 Four class registration with Member Discount (choice of days): $100 04-AR13-#-14

OIL & ACRYLLIC PAINTING:

Saturdays, May 10-June 14 (6 weeks) Thursdays, July 10-August 28 (8 weeks) 9:30am-12:30pm Karen Smith Beginners to advanced painters are invited to drop in for a day or join for the whole session. Learn traditional oil painting techniques: underpainting, glazing, scumbling, alla prima, and impasto. Aesthetic principals for creating art will be presented and discussed. Individual attention and personal growth are emphasized. Fee for six week session: $125 Member fee for six week session: $90 Fee for eight week session: $165 Member fee for eight week session: $120 Daily fee: $40 Daily member fee: $30 04-AR12-#-14

PAINTING FROM THE GROUND UP WATER COLOR TECHNIQUES

Wednesdays, July 2-August 13 (no class August 6) 9:30am-12:30pm Carol Freas Beginners to advanced painters are welcome to experience the joys of watercolor. Develop new skills with transparent color by watching demonstrations, working on composition, and experimenting with new techniques each

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Mondays, June 30-August 25 5-8:30pm Jason Ward This class will cover everything from how to prepare a canvas to putting on the finishing details and glazing. Class time will include a mix of painting and discussion in order to hone our skills and improve our practice. We will focus on understanding how to translate form onto the two dimensional surface, the effects of light and shadow, the relationship between warm and cool colors, and more.

FLORAL PAINTING WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP

Working directly from observation, both in the studio and from the landscape as well as from a model, students will gain a wider understanding of what is possible in painting and then how to turn those possibilities into habits. Artists of all skills/levels are welcome to attend. Fee: $40 Member fee: $30 04-AR12G-14

BEACH GRASS, WATER, & SNOW FENCING

Monday, July 14 9:30am-3pm Beverly Golembeski We will bring to life the beauty of LBI’s wonderful natural surroundings by featuring beach grass, water and snow fences. We will explore different painting techniques using various types of paper. Includes demonstrations of processes, techniques, and individual instruction. At the conclusion of the workshop we will have a group discussion to help us further understand our challenges. The best way to prepare for this workshop is to take photographs and observe the natural surroundings of LBI. Bring your watercolors and a lunch. Fee: $60 Member fee: $50 04-AR12S-14

HOW TO REGISTER 1)

Go to lbifoundation.org and register online with a credit card.

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Mail your completed registration form (pages 36-37) and your check to the LBIF: 120 Long Beach Blvd. Loveladies, NJ, 08008

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Complete your registration form (pages 36-37), then stop into the LBIF offices and pay a staffer in person.

No phone registration after May 23, please. Beverly Golembeski

Thursday, August 7 9am-3pm Donna Read Bring your lunch and learn from a watercolorist who has been teaching painting and drawing for 10 years. Donna’s paintings were recently accepted into the American Watercolor Society Annual International Juried Exhibit. Your day will begin with wet in wet painting exercises to practice controlling the paint while maintaining the fluidity of the watercolor. The mixing of vibrant colors will be discussed as you Donna Read learn to choose the right transparent colors for glazing. Photo references will be supplied to guide you step by step. Donna will give hands on guidance and help each student individually to achieve a realistic look. Basic watercolor knowledge is helpful. Fee: $120 Member fee: $110 04-AR19F-14

GLASS

you create small glass sculpture and pendants. You will learn and apply glass blowing and torch techniques. Each week you will build upon skills you have learned to create bigger and more in-depth sculptures. During classes, we will discuss glass artists in America and around the world. Fee: $260 Member fee: $240 A materials fee (torch and glass-a one-time fee) of $250 is payable is Jeff Ruemeli on the first day of class. 04-CR23MG-#-14

PLAYING WITH FIRE

Saturdays, July 19 and August 16 12:30-3:30pm Jeff Ruemeli In just three hours, students will learn the basics of glass torch working to create a small tear drop pendant. Glass pendants will be available to pick up the next day. Fee: $75 per workshop Member fee: $60 per workshop A materials fee (torch and glass-a one-time fee) of $100 is payable is Jeff Ruemeli on the day of class. 04-CR23P-#-14

MULTI GLASS: A FOUR-WEEK COURSE Session 1: Saturdays, July 5-July 26 Session 2: Saturdays, August 2-August 23 10am-12pm Jeff Ruemeli Join Jeff on this four-week adventure as

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VISITING ARTISTS PROSE ON POTS

Monday, July 21-Friday, July 25 9:30am-4:30pm Theo Vilano Explore uses of narratives, storytelling, and personal expression through imagery

POTTERY

on functional pottery. With form, surface and color, learn how to make your pots speak. Techniques will include subtle altering of wheel thrown work while wet, scraffitto and stains on dry greenware, underglaze drawing and painting on bisque, finishing glaze-fired ware with fired-on ceramic decals to add text, or applying gold and silver lusters. In learning to use and implement these techniques and materials, students will be given insight, ideas, and instruction on how to tell a story by creating and implementing original images and/or text on a pot’s surface. All processes and materials will be focused on storytelling and expression within the realm of functional pottery.

CERAMICS RESIDENCY PROGRAM

The LBIF’s Ceramics Residency Program allows potters the opportunity to work in a communal studio. Residents receive a dedicated wheel or handbuilding space, as well as storage space in the studio, glazes, and firings, for durations spanning the summer or winter months. Shared Residency and Flexible Residency options are also available.

Fee: $425 Member fee: $325

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POTS WITH STORIES

August 18-August 22 9:30am-4:30pm Daniel Teran Get ready to submerge into your subconscious while floating back to the surface to find structure and humility in utility! No, this is not a sweat lodge acid trip, but rather an opportunity to get lost in making and explore the narrative vessel as a means to share intimate ideas and bring nourishment to our bodies. In this five-day workshop, Teran will demonstrate a variety

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of techniques he uses to discover pottery forms and the stream of consciousness drawings that go on them. From the use of techniques adapted from printmaking, such as silk-screening and etching, to surrealist drawing and form building exercises, workshop participants will have a chance to create their own vessels that act as stages for personal narratives. Appropriate for all skill levels and building styles.

Fee: $475 Member fee: $375

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WHEEL THROWING & HANDBUILDING

Spring Session 3: Thursdays, April 24-June 12 Summer Session 1: Thursdays, June 26-August 14 Summer Session 2: Thursdays, August 21-October 9 9:30am-12:30pm Jerry Kaba Begin or expand your skills in the ceramics studio. Center, pull, shape, and trim pots on the wheel or concentrate on handbuilding techniques. Use stoneware, earthenware, and high fire glazes. Bring an old towel and large plastic bowl, and wear old clothes with closed-toe shoes. Materials fee of $24 - $27 per bag of clay, payable to the LBIF. Fee: $165 for 8 weeks Member fee: $120 for 8 weeks 03-AR10WT-3-14 04-AR10WT-#-14

of dry throwing and how to alter forms from round to oval, square, and free-form shapes. Clay will be stretched, folded, cut, and readded to create new forms. Various surface treatments will also be explored. Expand and find new expressions for your work in this class. Materials fee of $24 - $27 per bag of clay, payable to the LBIF. Fee: $165 for 8 weeks Member fee: $120 for 8 weeks 04-AR10AW-1-14

FAMILY FUN

Sundays: June 22, July 13, August 10, September 28 10am-12pm Kerith Creo Enjoy family time together in our ceramics studio! Handbuilding techniques will be taught in a friendly, creative, and inspirational atmosphere. Make a unique bowl, party plate, or mug. Fee: $45 each date/one adult and one child Each additional person $20 Member fee: $35 each date/one adult and one child Each additional person with member: $15 04-AR10FF-#-14

PRIVATE LESSONS

ADVANCED WHEEL THROWING

Tuesdays, June 24 - August 12 9:30am-12:30pm Collette Smith Are you ready to throw structurally sound and larger pots? Students will learn the technique

Get one-on-one instruction from an experienced potter. Kerith or Jerry will guide and help you perfect your skills. For the new potter, they will introduce you to the world of ceramics and give you techniques to become the potter you have always wanted to be. They are also available for hand-building projects and smaller group gatherings. Please call the office for more information or to schedule to a lesson.

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WEEKEND WORKSHOPS WITH KERITH CREO MIRRORS & FRAMES

Saturday, May 31 • 10am-2pm Do you have a very special photo and you’re searching for a perfect frame? This workshop will focus on both the creative and architectural elements of creating functional and original mirror and photo frames with clay. All materials included. Students will return to pick up pieces. Fee: $75 Member fee: $55 04-AR10M-14

CREATIVE DINING

Sunday, June 22 • 1-5pm Make the dining experience even more rewarding by enjoying home-cooked meals off of your very own handmade tableware. Have a signature dish? Make a Signature Plate to make the presentation even more memorable for guests. Handbuilding techniques and demonstrations will be shown to make large serving platters, dessert, and pie plates, and bowls for summertime salads. All levels welcome and materials included. Pieces will be fired, glazed, and ready for pick up within two weeks. Optional to use under glazes the same day to hand paint pieces. Fee: $75 Member fee: $55 04-AR10C-14

SEA GLASS SENSATIONS

Sunday, July 13 • 1-5pm Using sea glass and clay, in this class you will create a beautiful necklace or pendant, earrings, or small bowls and plates. Let nature be your

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inspiration and bring your favorite sea glass pieces along. Supplies and sea glass provided. Return to pick up several weeks later. Fee: $75 Member fee: $55 04-AR10S-14

LIGHT THE NIGHT

Sunday, July 20 • 1-5pm We will handbuild vessels to honor “fire” and “light up” the night. Demonstrations will be shown to create unique and original candle- holders, wall sconces, and lanterns in varying shapes and sizes. All levels welcome and all materials provided. Pieces will be fired, glazed and ready for pick up within two weeks. Fee: $75 Member fee: $55 04-AR10L-14

ART GALLERY A SNAPSHOT OF CONTEMPORARY REALISM

Sunday, May 11-Thursday, June 5 Five Philadelphia area artists share their vision in paintings and drawings, while tracing their artistic lineage back to a modern master of their choice.

NATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION: THE 3D PRINT

Thursday, June 12-Friday, July 11 Reception: Sunday, June 14 5-7pm The 3D Print displays juried work from emerging and established artists. The purpose of the

exhibition is to showcase contemporary works of art made using 3D printing technology that reflect innovative use of the medium, technical excellence, and personal vision. Curated by Heather Corcoran, Executive Director of Rhizome at the New Museum in New York City.

LBI ARTIST OPEN STUDIO TOUR

Saturday, June 21-Sunday, June 22 10am-4pm This tour is a unique opportunity for visitors and residents to collect art and gain an understanding of the creative process right where artists work--in their studios. For more information, visit www.lbiartists.com. Maps and descriptions of all studios can be picked up at the LBIF during the week of the tour. The tour is conducted in partnership with SwellColors Glass Studio and Willow Graphics.

MEMBER, STUDENT, FACULTY EXHIBITION

Friday, July 18-Sunday, August 17 Reception: Saturday, July 19 5-7pm An annual favorite, this exhibition features the work of LBIF members, students taking courses at the LBIF, and LBIF faculty. Visit to see the work of your family, neighbors, and friends at this celebration of artistic accomplishment.

ANIMAL Thursday, August 21-Tuesday, September 30 Reception: Saturday, August 30 5-7pm From mythological creatures to contemporary symbolism, explore this curated exhibition showcasing the diverse roles that animals play in artistic works.

MEDITATION IN MOTION

Sunday, August 10 • 1-5pm This class will focus in on the idea of “centering/meditating” and how that transfers to all areas of our lives. Successfully working on the wheel requires that we are able to focus in and “center.” Practical tools will be demonstrated so students can learn to work with larger pieces of clay to take the “struggle” out of centering. We will learn to understand the use of our own body weight and how to “work with the clay” by “listening” through our hands. This class is perfect for the student new to the potter’s wheel or for the more seasoned potter who wishes to take their practice on the wheel one step further. All levels welcome and all materials provided. Pieces will be fired, glazed, and ready for pick up within two weeks. Fee: $75 Member fee: $55 04-AR10M-14

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ARTISTIC EVENINGS FOR ADULTS

COCKTAILS & CANVAS

Fridays: June 27, July 18, August 22, September 19 7pm Sheri Hansen A unique date night or friend’s night out! Grab a paintbrush and let your creativity flow! Enjoy a stress-free fun evening of art exploration, music, fun, and laughter. No experience, no problem (no judgment here, just fun with art)! Sheri will guide you through basic steps; surprise yourself and leave with a masterpiece at the end of the night! We will provide the art materials, you BYOB! Fee: $20/person Member fee: $15/person 04-AR14C-#-14

TIME TO GET DIRTY

Fridays: June 6, July 25, August 8, September 26 7pm Kerith Creo Don’t suffer from the end of summer blues! Join in for a fun evening in the ceramics and try something new! Come with friends, bring a date, or make new friends as your hands get dirty. BYOB and make it an evening out. You’re sure to have a great time with instructor, Kerith Creo, as she walks you through a few introductory projects. Participants are free to make their own creations. Materials are included. Return to pick up pieces once they are fired. Fee: $45/person Member fee: $35/person 04-AR10D-#-14

FOR FAMILIES TOMS STYLE YOUR SOLE PIZZA PARTY

(ALL AGES) Sunday, August 3 4-6pm Join us for a fun evening that includes creativity and giving! For every pair of TOMS shoes purchased, TOMS will donate a pair to

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a child in need around the world. Come to the LBIF to custom decorate your very own pair of TOMS Paint and art supplies provided. Stay for an evening of fun, friends, & pizza. Registration: $55 including white canvas TOMS and event ticket (orders must be placed by July 18) OR $10 event ticket and purchase your shoes online or at Faria’s Surf & Sport in Ship Bottom.

FOR KIDS DRAWING, PAINTING & PIZZA PARTY

(AGES 7-12) Fridays: June 20, July 11, August 15, September 12 5-8pm Dawn McDonnell Join LBIF for a creative art and pizza party. Kids will use basic painting and drawing techniques to make a masterpiece of their own. We will provide materials and pizza. Fee: $35 Member fee: $25 04-CH87D-#-14

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT THE BELLARINE THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS DOROTHY MEETS ALICE

Thursday, May 29, 7pm* Friday, May 30, 7pm Saturday, May 31, 7pm Sunday, June 1, 4pm Two of literature’s most unforgettable young ladies have their worlds mixed up in a magical meeting that produces hilarious results as the audience becomes reacquainted with a cast of familiar characters and sees them in a new light: the Cowardly Lion, the White Rabbit, the Tin Man, the Mad Hatter, the Scarecrow, the Dormouse, the Queen and the Witch from those enduring classics The Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland. This funfilled romp follows Alice and Dorothy and their coteries as they try to unscramble their stories with the help of a contemporary young lad who started the whole thing to begin with when he put off a book report until the very last minute. Dorothy Meets Alice is a fun and fanciful fantasy at its finest. To purchase tickets, visit bellarinetheatre.com or contact Jessica Evans, 609.661.2083. *The Thursday evening show is an adapted performance for which we’re welcoming especially children with special needs. Tickets: $18 Adult $15 Child/Student/Senior

MAGIC SHOW

Tuesday, July 1 7pm Joe Fischer This program will entertain you and your family; it is filled with magic, juggling, comedy and audience participation. Come and be amazed! Fee: $5/person

SINGER/SONGWRITER MR. RAY

Tuesday, July 15 7pm Parents and children will be delighted by the music of Mr. Ray, an award winning children’s songwriter and singer. Join Mr. Ray and his children’s chorus and get ready to dance along to his original songs. We bet you’ll leave humming! Fee: $5/person

and puppeteer/actor, Johnny Beirne, for an evening of songs, stories, and humor. You will learn that being different is not just good, it’s fantastic! Fee: $5/person

CASCADING COMEDY & CIRCUS

Tuesday, August 12 7pm Benjamin Lipman The circus is coming to LBI! Everyone is invited to experience a captivating evening of juggling and magic. You will be entertained from the moment the show begins. Audience participation is a must! Fee: $5/person

YOSI MEET EUGENE CONCERT

Tuesday, July 29 7pm Parents and children alike will enjoy Eugene, a super-friendly, super-strong, super-exuberant monster who is misunderstood by nearly everyone. Join Eugene and his friends, award-winning children’s recording artist Yosi,

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FILM, MOVIES, & PHOTOGRAPHY

questions about what it takes to support art in today’s society. Known and loved as a retired postal worker (Herb) and librarian (Dorothy) who built a world-class art collection on their humble salaries, the Vogels launched a national gift project with the National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington DC. Fee: $7/person 04-ENTH-14

BLACK MARIA FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL

GRASSO: BEYOND THE PAINT

Friday, June 27 8pm This international juried competition advocates, exhibits, and rewards cutting edge works from independent film and video makers. Enjoy a program of bold, contemporary, award-winning works curated by the Festival Director, John Columbus. Fee: $7/person 04-ENTB-14

HERB & DOROTHY

Saturday, July 26 8pm HERB & DOROTHY 50X50 captures the last chapter of the Vogels’ extraordinary life and their gift to the nation, raising various

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Friday, August 8 8pm While the bulk of society leads lives based on reality, Victor Grasso has a different way of going about it. Fashion meets fairy tale fantasy in this unique story about the man beyond the paint. Director Frank Weiss collaborated with Grasso to bring his skewed visions from the canvas to the big screen. Run time: 35 minutes Fee: $7/person 04-ENTG-14

PHOTOS & PHONES

Tuesdays, July 1-July 29 9:30-11:30am Sarah Porzig Do you wonder how to get a better picture from your phone? You will learn about lighting and getting to know your composition. Next, take on the digital era by getting a grasp of pixels, file size, and resolution, and the many mobile apps available to enhance your photos. Fee: $25/day Member fee: $20/day 04-AR15P-14

SUNDAY MOVIES AT THE BEACH Location: Veteran’s Bicentennial Park in Beach Haven Time: Dusk Weather: ShoreFlicks has a meteorologist on staff to give us up-to-the-hour weather conditions. Should we need to cancel, we will make the decision at 6pm (approximately three hours before show time). Fee: $5 donation/person to LBIF and non-perishable food item to be donated to local food bank.

June 29: Ghostbusters

“Who ya gonna call?” Relive the zany antics of the amazing cast!

July 13: Frozen

An instant classic. Anna and Elsa show us that love can conquer all.

July 27: Chasing Mavericks Watch Jay Moriarty learn to survive the Maverick surf break.

August 10: Jaws

Shark Week is over-what better way to end it? This movie is rated PG. Parental discretion is advised.

August 31: E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial

“Phone home…” Fall in love with ET and Eliot all over again as they show us the true meaning of friendship.

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TENNIS RECREATION MEMBERSHIP

Are you a tennis player who hopes to expand your network? Do you want the freedom to walk onto a court without having to wait? Whether you set up a game in advance or come to “play in”, there is always a spot for you on the LBIF’s courts. In fact, numbers of LBIF Recreation Memberships ($1150 annually with $666 tax-deductible) are limited to allow for greater court availability for you, your family, and your guests. • Play on our nine Har-Tru courts. • Take lessons with Jeff Shrager, Tennis Pro. • Test new demo racquets from industry-leading brands. • Hone your skills with practice drills from our ball machine. • Receive assistance arranging games and face competitive challengers in our weekly and seasonal tournaments. • Recharge and socialize at our Tennis Pavilion, including morning bagels and coffee on Saturdays and Sundays.

WEEKLY PROGRAMS

All lessons and clinics require advanced sign-up through the Tennis Pavilion: 609.489.3950.

Ladies Day (Intermediate)

Tuesdays 8-9:30am Intermediate players can sharpen their skills, learn new ones, and have fun with these 45-minute drills followed by supervised play focusing on sound doubles strategies, tactics, footwork, and teamwork. Fee: $30 • Recreation member fee: $25

Adult Beginner Clinic

Ladies Round Robin

Thursdays 9-11am Two hours of doubles play in a round robin format. Non-members are welcome. *Please pay at the office in the main building. Fee: $25 • Recreation member fee: Free

COURT RENTALS

If you want to sample LBIF’s best courts before making a larger commitment, please consider renting a court. Please contact Jeff Shrager at the Tennis Pavilion for more information: 609.489.3950. *Please pay at the office in the main building.

PRIVATE LESSONS

Please contact the Tennis Pavilion to arrange a lesson. Private groups can also be arranged!

Head Pro Jeff Shrager:

1 hour: $80

1 hour: $60

Assistant Pros:

TENNIS FOR YOUTH $25/class

| 45 minutes: $65

| 30 minutes: $50

Morning Camp Extension, Ages 6-12

| 45 minutes: $50

| 30 minutes: $40

Kids Clinic, Ages 7-10

Monday - Friday • 12:30-1:30pm

Monday, Wednesday, & Friday • 2-3pm

Kids Clinic, Ages 11-15

Monday, Wednesday, & Friday • 3-4pm

Pee Wees, Ages 4-6

Monday & Friday • 4-4:45pm drawing figures or who want to advance their current techniques. The model is included in the cost of the class. Bring your own materials.

WET ! AY WEDNESD

FROZEN FRIDAY! MUNCHIE MONDAY!

Wednesdays 4-5pm A fun way to learn the game! Build on the skills you have developed and challenge yourself! One hour of instruction including ground strokes, volleys, and serves, plus introductory doubles drills. Fee: $30 •Recreation member fee: $25

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STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD (SUP) PADDLEFEST 2014

Saturday, August 16 • 8am Adult fee: $45 Child fee: $25 Join us for PaddleFest 2014 with Island Surf & Sail. Experienced and novice paddlers are encouraged to race. All registered paddlers will receive a race t-shirt. Music and prizes after the race. Find out more at lbiIfoundation.org as details are released.

STAND-UP PADDLEBOARDING GROUP LESSONS

All classes depart from Bayview Park, Brant Beach. All classes require a five person minimum. Ann Marie Deakyne & Jamie Baumiller All equipment is provided, including paddleboards, paddles, and life jackets. Students should wear a bathing suit and/ or rashguard and bring a water bottle and sunscreen. If wind exceeds 10 mph, class will be rescheduled. Advance sign-up is required for all classes; please provide height and weight for proper board selection.

(all ages welcome) Mondays, June 30-August 25 Thursdays, July 3-August 28 9-10am Get ready to “walk on water”. The class is designed for the beginner or those who want to simply enjoy the scenery while paddling through a relaxing tour. Fee: $50 Member fee: $40

Nicole Pratt, Surf with Nicole Have you wondered what it feels like to glide on the waves? Get ready to learn! Nicole is a Certified Surf Instructor, with experience teaching around the world. Each lesson and camp includes the use of rashgard, soft-top surfboard, and surf leash. Students are provided with beach badges and a shade tent for the group. Instructors are CPR and First Aid certified. Students should wear a bathing suit, sunscreen and bring a water bottle. Please provide a cell phone number, height, and approximate weight when registering to ensure appropriate board sizing. Meet instructors at Beach 66.5 between Susan Ave. and Rosemma Ave. in Holgate. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your camp/lesson.

ADVANCED SUP

(all ages welcome) Mondays, June 30-August 25 Thursdays, July 3-August 28 10:30am-12pm Fee: $60 Member fee: $50

PRIVATE OR GROUP SURF LESSONS

SUNDAY MORNING SUP (all ages and levels welcome) Sundays, July 6-August 10 11-12am Bring a friend, bring the family, for a perfect weekend paddle. Fee: $50 Member fee: $40

Lydia Owens

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SURF LESSONS & CAMPS

SLOW AND STEADY SUP

Nicole Carreño

BOAT SAFETY CERTIFICATION

June 21 & 22 • 9am-1pm SeaSpray Services The NJ Certified Boating Basics course will prepare you for fun at the Jersey Shore. Every adult 16 and older must be certified to operate a boat and teens 13-15 years old can be certified for water craft less than 10 horsepower. Learn all about boats, legal requirements, navigation rules, and preventing accidents. Fee: $85/person

Saturday, June 28 - Sunday, August 31 All ages and abilities are encouraged! Surf lessons last 90 minutes and include use of a rashguard and a soft-top surfboard. You’ll start with 30 minutes on land going over everything you need to know about surfing, from surf safety to surf etiquette, and surfboard control to the surf pop-up. Next you’ll spend 60 minutes in the water with a certified instructor to help you practice and sharpen your surf skills. rivate Surf Lesson P 1 student 1 instructor Fee: $110 Member fee: $90/person

Group Surf Lesson 2 students 1 instructor Fee: $95/person Member fee: $80/person

followed by water instruction. Includes use of a rashguard, soft-top surfboard, and drinking water. Instructor ratio is three campers per instructor.

Three-Day Surf Camp Fee: $230 Member fee: $200

Five-Day Surf Camp Fee: $310 Member fee: $280

CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellations occur due to lightning or beach evacuation, lessons and camp will be made up on following weeks, time and dates to be determined based on availability. We will evacuate the beach at the first reports of lightning and parents will be contacted to pickup students. Otherwise, our camp and lessons operate rain or shine.  

Group Surf Lesson 3 students 1 instructor Fee: $85/person Member fee: $70/person

KIDS SURF CAMP

Monday-Friday June 30-August 29 Times set with instructor. Kids Surf Camp offers two hours learning the sport of surfing in a fun and safe environment. Camp begins with a land lesson on technique

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YOGA, PILATES, & BODYWORK Located outside on a deck overlooking Barnegat Bay (or inside if rainy), LBIF’s seasonal yoga program features two beloved teachers. Mats may be available, depending on attendance; bring your own, if possible. Fee: $17 per class Member fee: $14 per class Ten pass: $155 / 10 classes Ten pass for member: $120 / 10 classes

WEEKEND YOGA

Saturdays & Sundays, May 24-September 28 9:30-10:45am Jenn Kretzer This class will restore and renew you. Begin with a relaxing warmup, followed by breathing exercises, before moving on to more heat-building asanas. All classes begin and end with relaxation and yogic breathing.

LATE MORNING YOGA

Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 24-August 28 9:30-10:45am Marion Cianci Drop the kids off at camp and stay for yoga in multiple forms, including Sivananda, Ashtanga, the De-Aging Five Tibetans, and Yin (the holding of special poses).

GENTLE YOGA & BALANCE BALL

Wednesdays, June 25-August 27 9:30-10:45am Marion Cianci The class is perfect for yoga beginners. You will love the gentle flow of yogic poses, breathing, and relaxing on the balance ball, with hip 50s music for accompaniment. Class takes place in our air-conditioned facility. Bring your balance ball or borrow one, while supplies last.

PILATES

Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 8-9am Karen Worobel Focus on classic mat work and correct form, which emphasizes core strength, flexibility, and muscle endurance within the art of flowing movement. Be more aware of your breathing during your workout, and learn to strengthen your deep torso muscles. Bring your own mat or borrow one from our limited supply.

BASIC BODYWORK & STRETCH

Sundays, July 6-July 27 8-9:30am Angela Bartolone Angela has worked as a dancer, choreographer, and dance instructor in New York City and New Orleans. Join Angela for a basic body workout and stretch. Students will focus on their core and use ballet, modern, ethnic, and contemporary dance styles to improve body posture and muscle flexibility.

FULL MOON SALUTATIONS

EARLY MORNING YOGA

Saturday, July 12 7pm Jenn Kretzer Native Americans named each full moon to help different tribes track the seasons, the July full moon is called the thunder moon. It is believed the full moon day can bring spiritual clarity and inspiration from the divine. The full moon is believed to represent our intuition, emotions, creativity, and feminine power. The moon invites us to remember our connection to the oceans on earth, as well as the oceans of water contained in our bodies. Please bring a large towel or sheet. Weather permitting Fee: $25 Member fee: $20

Monday-Friday, June 23-August 29 8-9:15am Marion Cianci Choose to begin your day with conscious breathing and strengthening techniques, made accessible for the beginner, with alternatives suggested for more advanced practitioners.

YOGA FOR REPAIR, BALANCE, & BODY

Mondays, June 23-August 25 9:30-10:45am Marion Cianci This class is perfect for yogis and yoginis off all levels. The class is a mixed media of techniques to bring your body balance and build core strength.

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Ann Coen

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FOOD STUDIO

HOME & LANDSCAPE

FRIDAY DINNERS

HOME, LANDSCAPING, & GARDEN WORKSHOPS

Thomas J. Scangarello Join us for an evening of food and fun! BYOB. Bring a date, friend, or family member for a culinary experience like no other! Learn how to prepare a four-course meal from start to finish that will be sure to impress future guests. Each class limited to 10 participants and registration is required one week in advance. Fee: $130/couple or $75/person Member fee: $100/couple or $65/person

Friday, June 20

7pm Appetizer: Marinated Shrimp with Avocado and Bermuda Onions Intermezzo: Pasta with Sautéed Peas and Onions Entrée: Osso Bucco with Risotto and Glazed Carrots Dessert: Cheese Cake with Spring Berries 04-LE42O-14

HOUSES: BOOK TALK & SIGNING

Saturday, July 12 5pm Enjoy light refreshments as Mike Ryan dismantles the traditional view of the designer as the unimpeded inspired author. In a talk based on his recently published book, UNEXPECT, Mike reveals -- through a series of stories about the houses featured in the book -- the idiosyncratic conditions that surround the process of creating these projects. (Mike’s book will be available for sale at the talk, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the LBIF.) Donation: $5/person

Friday, July 11

7pm Appetizer: Swordfish Skewers Intermezzo: Assorted Cheeses Entrée: Pasta Duo-Garganelli with Sausage and Mushrooms and Linguine with Clams Dessert: Assorted Desserts 04-LE42P-14

Friday, August 15

7pm Appetizer: Clams Oreganata, Steamed Clams Intermezzo: Summer Spaghetti with Fresh Tomatoes, Garlic, and Ravioli Entrée: Pan Seared Red Snapper Dessert: Sherry Cake with Raspberry Sauce 04-LE42R-14

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Saturdays, May 31 & June 14 9am-12pm Join one or both workshop days for an interactive presentation and hands-on displays, and learn how and why you should build your garden in a way that improves your environment. Participation in the workshop guarantees something to bring back to your garden. Fee: $10

48TH ANNUAL SEASHORE OPEN HOUSE TOUR Friday, September 12

7pm Appetizer: Ahi Tuna with Assorted Cheeses & Olives Intermezzo: Hot and Cold Antipasto Entrée: Shrimp Scampi with Risotto and Baby Sweet Peas Dessert: Fresh Peaches with Tuaca 04-LE42H-14

Wednesday, August 6 10:30am-4:30pm Tour exquisite homes that capture the history and present day of Long Beach Island and highlight its renowned architecture. The selected houses are chosen for their unique style, lush landscaping, dynamic interior decor, and/or sustainable building. Fee: $40 in advance or $45 that day

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LANGUAGE

ITALIAN

WRITE YOUR OWN LIFE STORY

ADVANCED ITALIAN CONVERSATION GROUP

Mondays, July 21, July 28, August 4, August 11 2-4pm Vivian Grey Your personal life story is important. Tell about the times you have lived in and the events that have mattered to you. This workshop is designed to combine the craft of writing with your life story as the focus for your narrative. In a relaxed and supportive atmosphere, this class will help you organize your thoughts and create a compelling story. You’ll be helped to create well-rounded characters that readers care about. You’ll learn how to structure a gripping story and write settings and scenes that come alive. Each interactive session combines lectures, discussions, and writing prompts. Writers of all levels are welcome. Fee: $35 per class Member fee: $30 per class 04-WR61W-#-14

MAKING IT HAPPEN: NUTS & BOLTS

Tuesdays, July 29, August 5, August 12 2-4pm Vivian Grey You have a story you would like published, now what to do? This interactive workshop is designed for all levels and can be applied to a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction writing. Learn about the submission process from start to finish. Discuss how to choose the right publisher, agents, collaboration, and contracts, and whether self- publishing is for you. Talk about what happens when your manuscript is accepted and how to work successfully with an editor. Fee: $35 per class Member fee: $30 per class 04-WR63M-#-14

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Spring Session 3: Mondays, May 19-June 23 Summer Session 1: Mondays, June 30-August 4 Summer Session 2: Mondays, August 11-September 22 (no class September 1) 10am-12pm Rita Kostopolous Socialize in Italian while continuing to build on your language skills in a relaxed atmosphere. Have fun learning while interacting with other students. Fee: $80 Daily fee: $20 Member fee: $70 Daily Fee: $20 Daily Member fee: $15 03-LE47A-3-14 04-LE47A-#-14

INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN

Spring Session 3: Thursdays, May 15-June 19 Summer Session 1: Thursdays, June 26-July 31 Summer Session 2: Thursdays, August 7-September 18 10-11:30am Rita Kostopolous Adults with basic Italian language skills will increase fluency and understanding. This is a great experience if you are planning a trip to Italy or just want to learn more about Italian culture. Fee: $70 Member fee: $60 Daily fee: $17 Daily member fee: $12 03-LE47I-3-14 04-LE47I-#-14

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Fridays, July 11-August 15 9:30-11:30am Katie Smith Join Katie, a certified ASL instructor, to start by learning the alphabet and progress to common vocabulary and phrases. We will watch ASL music videos, play games, and explore the language through a hands-on approach and information about deaf culture and history. Fee: $80 Daily fee: $20 Member fee: $70 Member daily fee: $15 04-LE47S-1-14

SOMETHING TO PROVE: Book Reading & Signing

Sunday, July 20 4pm Robert Skead A seasonal resident of Barnegat Light, Robert Skead (robertskead. com) is the author of the popular children’s books Something to Prove: the Great Satchel Paige versus the Rookie Joe DiMaggio (Lerner Publishing, 2013), Mighty Mike Bounces Back (Magination Press); Hitting Glory-A Baseball Bat Adventure; Safe at Home-A Baseball Card Mystery (Cross Training Publishing) and The Turkey Bowl, Elves Can’t Dunk (Tale Blazer). When he is not at work or crafting stories, Robert can often be found at schools speaking with children and adults about creative writing and the importance of discovering one’s talent for a fulfilled life. Through these author visits, Robert speaks to more than 5,000 students per year.

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MUSIC CHELSEA REED & THE FAIR WEATHER FIVE

July 20 7-8:30pm Enjoy an evening of live swing and blues music of the 1920s and 30s with a six-piece New Orleans blues band. Fee: $20 04-ENTJ-14

VOICES, Jubilant Song

Sunday, August 24 7-8:30pm A concert of lively spirituals, folk, and classical music, plus a chance to sing along! Join the VOICES Chorale in a concert featuring an eclectic mix of music. Fee: $20/Adult • $10/Children 04-ENTV-14

A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO FRANK SINATRA Saturday, July 12 7-8:30pm This show is a must-see for any Sinatra fan! An extravaganza for the eyes and ears! Tony has incorporated stunning graphics that entice you the moment the stage lights dim and the music begins. The show starts with Sinatra’s early days with Tommy Dorsey in the bright lights of New York City and brings us to his comeback at Madison Square Garden, the “Main Event”. Tony’s uncanny portrayal of Frank’s mannerisms and singing voice will take the audience on a musical journey. It’s as if Frank walked off the screen and onto the stage. Don’t miss this one of a kind musical tribute to Frank Sinatra. For details, visit www.itwasaverygoodyearshow.com. Tickets: $35 Member tickets: $30 04-ENTF-14

SCIENCE EIGHTH ANNUAL BARNEGAT BAY DAY & GO-GREEN EXPO

Wednesday, July 9 12-4pm Bring the whole family to the LBIF to learn about conservation and the environment through fun. Kids can participate in hands-on activities that include all of the LBIF’s resources, from a coastal rain garden to a wetlands walk. Meanwhile, adults can discuss energy-saving tips, organic gardening techniques, and more with local business owners and non-profit organizations. You don’t want to miss the puppet show by Alliance for a Living Ocean, terrapin Races from MATES, and face painting!

DISCOVERY FRIDAYS

Fridays, June 27 – August 29 10am As a barrier island, LBI is an important feature of the New Jersey coastline. It protects the mainland and the estuaries of the Barnegat and Manahawkin Bays. Each Discovery Friday discusses the importance of barrier islands and their ecosystems, the island’s habitat, the impact of Hurricane Sandy and the future health of the islands and its waters. Each Discovery Friday will include a ReClam the Bay Station, Butterfly Bush/Milkweed Station, and Rain Garden Station. Fee: Free

PENGUIN POINTERS FROM JENKINSON’S AQUARIUM

Wednesday, August 20 7pm Penguins will here at the LBIF. Join us in welcoming the penguins from Jenkinson’s Aquarium. Learn about their biology, geography, care and feeding, and conservation. Fee: $5

PRIVATE LESSONS: GUITAR, BASS, and MUSIC THEORY

Beginner to Intermediate Jeff Ruemeli Learn to play and read music with basic song structures or extend your current knowledge. All ages are welcome. Please call the LBIF office for more information or to schedule to a lesson.

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The LBIF’s protected wetlands

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YOUTH PROGRAMS CAMP MORNINGS

Camp runs weekly starting on Mondays, June 23-August 22. Choose your week(s) or register for the entire summer!

Kids aged 7-16 can extend the camp day or join by joining the Lunch Bunch ($2/day/camper) and then moving on to an afternoon arts workshop (page 33) or tennis program (page 20).

TINY TYKES, Ages 3-4 EARLY BIRDS, Ages 4½-5

Monday-Friday June 23-August 22 9am-12pm A warm environment with everything a young child needs to enrich time away from home. The morning’s activities include group stories, art projects, visiting artists, fun in the ceramics studio, and time on the playground. Note: Children must be toilet trained. Fee: $295/week Member fee: $225/week 04-CH83B-#-14 04-CH83A-#-14

CREATIVE ARTS & CRAFTS, Ages 6-11

Monday-Friday June 23-August 22 9am-12pm Elementary-aged children enjoy a creative experience involving both individual and group projects. Campers can choose from a wide selection of daily programs including painting, drawing, ceramics, fibers, sculpture, theatre, and more!

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Note: Children must have completed kindergarten in order to attend the CAC program. Fee: $275/week Member fee: $195/week 04-CH80-#-14

NATURE STUDIES, Ages 7-9

Monday-Friday June 23-August 22 9am-12pm Come experience the wonders of LBI. The classroom serves as home base for this class in nature exploration for the younger child. Students do projects while learning about the bay, beach, salt marsh, and all of their inhabitants. Field trips to several nearby sites are included weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Note: It is recommended that campers wear sunscreen, a hat, appropriate shoes, and clothing suitable to get wet. Parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up campers at designated field trip locations on field trip days. Fee: $275/week Member fee: $195/week 04-CH82-#-14

MARINE BIOLOGY Ages 10-12

Monday-Friday June 23-August 22 9am-12pm This program provides field experience for young scientists to explore the flora and fauna of LBI. Using the beach, bay, and salt marsh as a living classroom, students collect and classify specimens, test water quality, and learn about the rich environment and ecosystems. Field trips to several nearby sites are included weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays. (Parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up campers at designated field trip locations on field trip days.) It is recommended that campers wear appropriate shoes, sunscreen, a hat, and clothing suitable to get wet. Fee: $275/week

Member fee: $195/week 04-CH81-#-14

TEEN ART APPRENTICE PROGRAM, Ages 12-16 Monday-Friday June 23-August 22 9am-12pm

Students in this program work with a professional artist and experiment with new media each week. Construct threedimensional forms in the sculpture studio, paint in the artist’s loft, and learn the principles of design in the printmaking studio, among many other projects. Small class size allows for plenty of individual attention. Fee: $285/week Member fee: $210/week 04-CH84-#-14

CREATIVE CONFIDENCE, Ages 10-15

Sundays, July 6, July 20, August 17, August 31 10am-12pm Meghan Tucker This class is designed to promote healthy thinking and positive empowerment in girls through art-making. Girls will utilize creative projects and self-expression to increase self-respect, confidence, assertiveness, and self-awareness. They will discover new friendships, explore creativity, and discuss pressing tween/ teen issues in a positive environment, while creating projects such as a vision board and strength bracelets. Fee: $20/class Member fee: $15/class 04-CH87CC-#-14

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ART IN THE AFTERNOON HANDBUILDING WITH CLAY, Ages 7-12 Mondays & Thursdays, June 23-August 21 1–3pm

Use your imagination to make animal sculptures, pots tiles, and more. Participate in projects that teach technical skills to complete clay pieces while having fun. Mondays are for creating, and Thursdays are for glazing. Children must attend at least one Monday and one Thursday to finish a project.

PAINTING & DRAWING, Ages 7-12

Tuesdays, June 24-August 19 1-3pm Develop skills in drawing and painting by experimenting with different media such as charcoal, ink, markers, pastels, gouache, and acrylics. Fee: $30/day • Member fee: $25/day 04-CJ86P-14

FIBERS, Ages 7-12

Thursdays, June 26-August 21 1-3pm Learn basic sewing, crocheting, weaving, and embroidery. Use alternative materials and found objects to make small-scale sculptures and felted 2D and 3D forms. Fee: $30 /day • Member fee: $25/day 04-CH86F-14

ADVENTURES IN CLAY, Ages 10-16

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday June 23-August 22 1-3pm Focus on basic wheel-throwing skills and hand building techniques. Wear closed-toe shoes and old clothes. Enrollment is very limited to provide lots of individual attention. Early registration encouraged. Materials included. Fee: $180/week • Member fee: $150/week 4-CH89-#-14

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CRAFTY WEEKEND WORKSHOPS Crafty Katie makes learning and creating frustration-free and fun! Come with a gang or come alone and make new friends!

June 27, 28, & 29

Summer Lovin’! Create your own beach style: beach bag, cover up, and game towel. 04-CH87S-14

July 25, 26, & 27

Bedroom Accessories! WOW your friends with new bedroom accessories: personalized wall hanging, letter pillow, and unique organizer. 04-CH87B-14

August 1, 2, & 3

Animals! Get your stuffing on: make a stuffed fox, standing owl, and bird mobile. 04-CH87A-14

MAY/JUNE

• Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday May 29, 30, 31, & June 1, Bellarine Theatre Company presents Dorothy Meets Alice • Saturday, May 31, Home, Landscaping, Garden Workshop

Workshops for ages 8-13 and crafters of all levels

Friday - Sunday 1-3pm Learn how to use a sewing machine and tools to create unique crafts! Fee per weekend with all materials: $140 Member fee per weekend with all materials: $120

calendar of events JUNE

August 8, 9, 10

Let your imagination run wild! Create a mischievous monster, a dancing marionette, and robot with secret compartments. 04-CH87M-14

August 15, 16, & 17

Costumes and creativity at its best! Tips and tricks to turn thrift store finds into a oneof-a-kind costume: hoodies into creatures, animal ear headbands, and masks. 04-CH87C-14

August 22, 23, 24

Back to sassy! Go back to school with stylish accessories: a pencil case, gym bag, lunch bag, and/or tablet cover. 04-CH87SA-14

JULY

• Tuesday, July 1, Magic Show with Joe Fischer • Wednesday, July 9, Barnegat Bay Day & Go-Green Expo • Friday, July 11, Drawing, Painting, & Pizza Party for Kids • Friday, July 11, Night Out in the Food Studio • Saturday, July 12, Houses: Book Reading & Signing • Saturday, July 12, Full Moon Salutations • Saturday, July 12, A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra • Sunday, July 13, Family Fun in the Clay Studio • Sunday, July 13, Movies at the Beach: Frozen • Sunday, July 15, Singer/Songwriter Mr. Ray • Friday, July 18, Cocktails & Canvas • Sunday, July 19, Member, Student, Faculty Exhibition • Sunday, July 20, Something to Prove: Book Talk & Signing • Sunday, July 20, Chelsea Reed and the Fair Weather Five • Monday, July 21-Friday, July 25, Visiting Ceramic Artist, Theo Vilano, Prose On Pots • Friday, July 25, Time to Get Dirty in the Clay Studio • Saturday, July 26, Herb & Dorothy • Sunday, July 27, Movies at the Beach: Chasing Mavericks

• Friday, June 6, Time to Get Dirty in the Clay Studio • Saturday, June 14, Home, Landscaping, Garden Workshop • Friday, June 20, Drawing, Painting & Pizza Party for Kids • Friday, June 20, Night Out in the Food Studio • Saturday & Sunday, June 21 & 22, Boat Safety Certification Class • Saturday & Sunday, June 21 & 22, LBI Artist Studio Open House Tour • Sunday, June 22, Family Fun in the Clay Studio • Friday, June 27, Cocktails & Canvas • Saturday, June 28, Black Maria Film & Video Festival • Saturday & Sunday, June 28 & 29, Visiting Artist Catherine LeClerie, Bookmaking for the Beginner • Sunday, August 3, TOMS Style Your Sole Pizza Party • Sunday, June 29, Movies at the Beach: Ghostbusters • Wednesday, August 6, 48th Annual Seahore Open House Tour • Friday, August 8, Time to Get Dirty in the Clay Studio • Friday, August 8, Grasso: Beyond the Paint • Sunday, August 10, Family Fun in the Clay Studio • Sunday, August 10, Movies at the Beach: Jaws • Tuesday, August 12, Cascading Comedy & Circus Show • Friday, August 15, Night Out in the Food Studio • Friday, August 15, Drawing, Painting & Pizza Party for Kids • Saturday, August 16, PaddleFest 2014 • Monday, August 18-Friday, August 22, Visiting Ceramic Artist, Daniel Teran, Pots With Stories • Wednesday, August 20, Penguin Pointers • Friday, August 22, Cocktails & Canvas • Sunday, August 24, Voices, Jubilant Song • Friday, August 31, Movies at the Beach: E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial

AUGUST

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PEOPLE

POLICIES

MORNING CAMP REGISTRATION FORM

GENERAL REGISTRATION FORM

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT The LBIF accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and debit. Full tuition is due at the time of registration. The LBIF may decline an individual’s enrollment or participation at its discretion.

Last/First Name: ________________________________________________________

Bud Berman, President Rick Bushnell, President Elect Jean Paich, Treasurer Lynn Billingham, Secretary Angela Anderson Julie Berkowitz Matt Burton Joan Galiardo Martha Kremer Jay Madden Peter Mundheim Judy Pote Corrine Ruff Carl Schneider Olivia Sheridan

MATERIALS LIST & FEE It is the student’s responsibility to request a copy of all supply lists at the front desk prior to class. It is the student’s responsibility to pay all material fees to the instructor or the LBIF as listed in the class description.

Parent’s Name: ________________________________________________________ Mailing Address:________________________________________________________ Home Phone:__________________________________________________________ Emergency Phone:_____________________________________________________ Email Address:__________________________________________________________ If membership is not listed under Parent’s Name, LBIF Member’s Name: Please copy this form to register 3 or more children.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

STAFF Jennifer Begonia, Executive Director Amy Carreño, Director of Public Programs Joe Gross, Bookkeeper Sheri Hansen, Art Manager Jerry Kaba, Ceramics Studio Manager Lydia Owens, Membership & Special Events Coordinator Kathryn Rafter, Operations Coordinator Jeff Shrager, Tennis Pro & Recreation Manager James Stanch, Facilities Manager

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CLASS CANCELLATIONS The LBIF reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment or in the case of an emergency. In the event the LBIF cancels a class, students will be notified and full tuition and fee will be credited or refunded.

1st Child Name: _________________________________________ Birth Date ___/___/___ Age on 5/1/14: ___/___/___ Allergies: _______________________________________

2nd Child Name: _________________________________________ Birth Date ___/___/___ Age on 5/1/14: ___/___/___ Allergies: _______________________________________

WITHDRAWALS Class credit will be issued if withdrawal occurs at least one week prior to the first day of the course. No class credit will be issued one week prior to class beginning or after class has begun. NO REFUNDS will be given.

Camp Code Tiny Tykes TT Early Birds EB Creative Arts CAC Nature Studies NS Marine Biology MB Teen Art Program TAP

Camp Code Tiny Tykes TT Early Birds EB Creative Arts CAC Nature Studies NS Marine Biology MB Teen Art Program TAP

SCHOLARSHIPS Limited scholarships are available. Please send an email to office@ lbifoundation.org or letter of request to the LBIF, 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, NJ, 08008.

Week

Mem $225 $225 $195 $195 $195 $210

Non Mem $295 $295 $275 $275 $275 $285

Code Price

Week

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Non Mem $295 $295 $275 $275 $275 $285

Code Price

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PUBLICITY The LBIF reserves the right to use photos taken during classes and other programs for publicity purposes. Registration in a class or participation in any event gives LBIF permission to use images for publicity purposes without further consent or compensation.

2 June 30-July 4

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2 June 30-July 4

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3 July 7-11

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3 July 7-11

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4 July 14-18

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5 July 21-25

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5 July 21-25

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6 July 28 - August 1 ____________

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6 July 28 - August 1 ____________

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STUDENT PROPERTY The LBIF is not responsible for artwork and other property left on the premises and has no liability if such property is lost, stolen, or damaged, except in instances when artwork is displayed in gallery exhibitions. Artwork or property left two weeks after the conclusion of a class may be discarded.

7 August 4-8

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7 August 4-8

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8 August 11-15

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8 August 11-15

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9 August 18-22

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9 August 18-22

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EMERGENCY FORMS Every child attending an LBIF program without a parent is required to complete a Child Emergency Form and submit it to the main office. Students are encouraged to inform the main office if they have a medical condition that the staff or faculty should be aware of in case of emergency. Forms are kept on file for one year. The form can be obtained in the main office.

Address:_______________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip:_________________________________________________________ Daytime Phone:________________________________________________________ Evening Phone:________________________________________________________ Email Address:__________________________________________________________ Course Title

Date(s)

Cost

_____________________________________________ $ ________________________ _____________________________________________ $ ________________________ _____________________________________________ $ ________________________

My additional gift to the LBIF $________________________

Total $________________________

MEMBERSHIP Become a member today and receive invitations to events, early mailings, and discounts on classes. HOW TO REGISTER ❏ Recreation $1150 1. Go to lbifoundation.org and register online with a credit card. ❏ Benefactor $710 2. Mail your completed registration form and ❏ Patron $490 your check to the LBIF: ❏ Sustaining $380 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, N.J. 08008 ❏ Family $205 3. Complete your registration form, then stop into the LBIF offices and pay a staffer in person. ❏ Individual $125 No phone registration after May 23, please. ❏ Corporate $250 Select payment method:

Total $ ___________

Total $ ___________

Total Amount Due: ______________________________________________________ Method of Payment: ❏ Check ❏ MasterCard ❏ Visa Credit Card #: _____________________ Exp.___/___ Security Code:___________ Register online at www.lbifoundation.org 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, NJ 08008 • Phone: 609.494.1241 • Fax: 609.494.0662

❏ Check or Money Order Enclosed ❏ MasterCard ❏ Visa ❏ Discover If charging to a credit card, please fill out the following: Total Amount Due: ____________________________________________________ Credit Card #: _____________________ Exp.___/___ Security Code:_________ Signature:_____________________________________________________________

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MORNING CAMP REGISTRATION FORM

GENERAL REGISTRATION FORM

Parent’s Name: ________________________________________________________ Mailing Address:________________________________________________________ Home Phone:__________________________________________________________ Emergency Phone:_____________________________________________________ Email Address:__________________________________________________________ If membership is not listed under Parent’s Name, LBIF Member’s Name: Please copy this form to register 3 or more children.

Last/First Name: ________________________________________________________

2nd Child Name: _________________________________________ Birth Date ___/___/___ Age on 5/1/14: ___/___/___ Allergies: _______________________________________

Camp Code Tiny Tykes TT Early Birds EB Creative Arts CAC Nature Studies NS Marine Biology MB Teen Art Program TAP

Camp Code Tiny Tykes TT Early Birds EB Creative Arts CAC Nature Studies NS Marine Biology MB Teen Art Program TAP

Week

Mem $225 $225 $195 $195 $195 $210

Non Mem $295 $295 $275 $275 $275 $285

Code Price

Week

Mem $225 $225 $195 $195 $195 $210

Non Mem $295 $295 $275 $275 $275 $285

Code Price

1 June 23-27

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1 June 23-27

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2 June 30-July 4

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2 June 30-July 4

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3 July 7-11

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3 July 7-11

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4 July 14-18

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4 July 14-18

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5 July 21-25

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5 July 21-25

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6 July 28 - August 1 ____________

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6 July 28 - August 1 ____________

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7 August 4-8

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7 August 4-8

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8 August 11-15

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8 August 11-15

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9 August 18-22

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9 August 18-22

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barnegat light

Daytime Phone:________________________________________________________ Evening Phone:________________________________________________________ Email Address:__________________________________________________________ Course Title

Date(s)

loveladies

Cost

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harvey cedars

_____________________________________________ $ ________________________ _____________________________________________ $ ________________________

north beach

My additional gift to the LBIF $________________________

Total $ ___________

Total $ ___________

Total Amount Due: ______________________________________________________ Method of Payment: ❏ Check ❏ MasterCard ❏ Visa Credit Card #: _____________________ Exp.___/___ Security Code:___________

Total $________________________

MEMBERSHIP

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Become a member today and receive invitations to events, early mailings, and discounts on classes. HOW TO REGISTER ❏ Recreation $1150 1. Go to lbifoundation.org and register online ❏ Benefactor $710 with a credit card. ❏ Patron $490 2. Mail your completed registration form and your check to the LBIF: ❏ Sustaining $380 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, N.J. 08008 ❏ Family $205 3. Complete your registration form, then stop into ❏ Individual $125 the LBIF offices and pay a staffer in person. ❏ Corporate $250 No phone registration after May 23, please.

Register online at www.lbifoundation.org 120 Long Beach Blvd., Loveladies, NJ 08008 • Phone: 609.494.1241 • Fax: 609.494.0662

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If charging to a credit card, please fill out the following:

Credit Card #: _____________________ Exp.___/___ Security Code:_________

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brant beach

❏ Check or Money Order Enclosed ❏ MasterCard ❏ Visa ❏ Discover

Total Amount Due: ____________________________________________________

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surf city

Select payment method:

the lbif

Address:_______________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip:_________________________________________________________

1. Office 2. Main Gallery 3. Blai Room 4. Food Studio 5. Print Studio 6. Ceramics Studio 7. Ceramics Classroom 8. Glaze and Kiln Room 9. Tennis Pavilion 10. Marine Sciences Building 11 Youth Camp Building 12. Playground 13. Coastal Rain Garden 14. North Entrance 15. South Entrance

sandy cove lane

1st Child Name: _________________________________________ Birth Date ___/___/___ Age on 5/1/14: ___/___/___ Allergies: _______________________________________

the LBIF

LBI

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space available CELEBRATIONS & MEETING RENTALS

Consider holding your next special event at the LBIF! Use our unique spaces for anything from anniversary and sweet 16 parties to bridal and baby showers. The LBIF is available year-round for meeting rentals, too.

WEDDINGS

A YEAR-ROUND CENTER OF THE ARTS, SCIENCES, AND RECREATION FOR THE COMMUNITY CONTACT Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences 120 Long Beach Blvd. Loveladies, NJ 08008 Office phone: 609.494.1241 and 609.489.3858 Tennis phone: 609.489.3950 Fax: 609.494.0662

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LARGE PRINT

Dreaming of an LBI wedding? The LBIF is the perfect location for your celebration. Beach access for your ceremony is conveniently located across the street from the property. The gallery offers a loftlike open space for bigger affairs. Call and schedule an appointment to discuss how you can use the LBIF and its many spaces as the canvas for your perfect, one-of-akind event.

BIRTHDAY PARTIES & GROUP OUTINGS

Private youth and adult group art classes and workshops are available for birthday parties, school and scouting functions, ladies’ weekends, and community groups. We can help you create an art inspired party! Consider throwing a party like “Cocktails & Canvas,” “Getting Dirty in the Clay Studio,” or “Painting & Pizza.” If it’s a class we offer, we can make it a party.

A large print version of this catalog is available.

The LBIF strives to make its programs accesible to all. We maintain an AFA Advisory Board, provide large print materials upon request, have accesible parking and entrances, and will adapt classes and programs to assist students with special needs. For special accomodations please contact the LBIF Office at 609.494.1241 at least two weeks prior to any program start date. Cover Artwork: Lydia Owens Catalog Design: Michele Guerriero shoredesignlbi.com

INDIVIDUAL STUDIO SPACE RENTAL

Need a space to get creative? Our Ceramics Studio, Print Room, and Artist’s Loft are available for daily rentals. reservations are suggested, but not required. Daily fee: $15 Daily member fee: $10 Ceramics Studio daily fee: $20 Ceramics Studio daily member fee: $15

Lbif summer catalog 2014  
Lbif summer catalog 2014  

The Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences (LBIF) 2014 summer catalog

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