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Table Of Contents Welcome to Long Beach Island 18 and I Like It! ............................................. 3 Dining Guide Restaurants on LBI........................................ 5 The Light Stuff Barnegat Light ............................................... 6 Where’s Harvey? Harvey Cedars ............................................... 7 Surfs Up Surf City ........................................................ 8 Bottoms Up Ship Bottom ................................................ 11 Something for Everyone Long Beach Township ................................. 14 Hoppin’ Haven Beach Haven ................................................ 20 The Living End Holgate ........................................................ 31 Gateway City Manahawkin ................................................ 32 South On Route 9 ........................................................ 36 Off The Beaten Path Tuckerton Seaport ....................................... 40 Special Events Calendar Summer 2011............................................... 42 Coupon Corner ............................................... 43 Recommended Stops ............................................................ 44 Local Area Map .............................................................. 46

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Welcome To ...

Long Beach Island 18 and I like it !

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eautiful Long Beach Island is an 18-mile long work of Mother Nature. The Island as it’s locally called is actually a barrier island with some of the most glorious, unspoiled beaches along the Eastern Seaboard. Many of the rich and famous choose Long Beach Island as their relaxing summer getaway not only for its serene beaches and endless blue skies, but also for its seclusion. At the North End of the island, you’ll find the Borough of Barnegat Light, home to the nationally-recognized, historical landmark, the Barnegat Lighthouse. Named “Barendegat” by Captain Cornelius Jacobsen Mey in 1614, this town’s name translates to “Inlet of the Breakers.” These rough waters are still in existence today as LBI’s coastline is dotted with many sunken shipwrecks. The first lighthouse, built in 1835, had grown victim to these rough waters and fell into the sea. The Barnegat Lighthouse or “Old Barney” as it’s nicknamed, was commissioned in 1859 and tempts visitors today with panoramic, scenic views from atop its lookout tower. LBI is home to exquisite beaches, beautiful churches, trendy boutiques, art galleries, delicious restaurants, entertainment, and even a live theater. Unlike many Jersey Shore towns, LBI does not have a boardwalk. Distinctively so, LBI is 18-miles long and about a half-mile wide, so visitors and locals alike can easily stroll from sea to bay, where it is said you can witness the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Relaxing in the untouched beauty and reconnecting with nature are the number one attractions here, but LBI is also well-known for fishing, clamming, crabbing, water sport adventures, bird watching and eating your weight in seafood. The locals here do all they can to keep LBI a natural treasure, so be sure to take some time to appreciate all of The Island’s simple pleasures. We hope you visit us often! d

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Dining Guide ... Antoinetta’s • West Creek • 609-978-9785 Beachside Shore Cafe • Beach Haven Gardens • 609-492-2121 Bistro 14 • Beach Haven • 609-492-6100 Black Whale Bar & Fish House • Beach Haven • 609-492-0025 Blue Water Cafe • Haven Beach • 609-207-1300 Bowker’s South Beach Grill • Holgate • 609-492-0242 Brazzi • Manahawkin • 609-597-8161 Buckalews • Beach Haven • 609-492-1065 California Grill & Pizza • Beach Haven Terrace • 609-492-1200 Calloways • Eagleswood Township • 609-978-0220 Carmenucci & Sons Pizza • Ship Bottom • 609-361-0073 Dock Road Crab Shack • Manahawkin • 609-978-9990 Dockside Cafe @ Gem Marina • Tuckerton • 609-294-1859 Daddy O • Brant Beach • 609-494-1300 Grill It Up • Beach Haven • 609-492-6226 IHOP • Manahawkin • 609-978-4370 Kubel’s Too • Brighton Beach • 609-494-4731 Mud City Crab House • Manahawkin • 609-978-3660 Forked River • 609-693-11

Naples Pizzeria & Restaurant • Tuckerton • 609-294-1313 Nardi’s Tavern & Grill • Haven Beach • 609-492-9538 Raimondo’s • Ship Bottom • 609-494-5391 Roberto’s Dolce Vita • Beach Haven Terrace • 609-492-1001 Scojo’s Restaurant • Surf City • 609-494-8661 Tuckerton • 609-296-5700 Ship Bottom Shellfish • Ship Bottom • 609-494-0088 Stefano’s Restaurant • Beach Haven • 609-492-1100 TGI Fridays • Manahawkin • 609-489-0950 The Dockside Diner • Spray Beach • 609-492-8466 The Engleside Inn • Beach Haven • 609-492-1251 The Gazebo Restaurant • Beach Haven • 609-492-5811 The Gourmet Deli • Eagleswood • 609-978-7338 The Grapevine • Tuckerton • 609-296-7799 The Sandpiper Restaurant • Surf City • 609-494-4949 Tiki Taco • N. Beach Haven • 609-492-2328 Manahawkin • 609-597-6100 Tuckers Restaurant • Beach Haven • 609-492-2300 Tuckerton Beach Grille • Tuckerton • 609-294-3600 Viking Fresh Off The Hook • Barnegat Light • 609-361-8900

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the light stuff ...

Barnegat Light

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t the North End of Long Beach Island lies the tiny town of Barnegat Light. You can’t miss “Old Barney,” the red and white colored Barnegat Lighthouse that overlooks the inlet. Designed by General George Meade and commissioned on January 1, 1859, Old Barney is the second tallest lighthouse in the United States. Standing at a height of 172 feet, Old Barney is a very popular stop for lighthouse enthusiasts as well as for photographers and artists seeking a little inspiration. Natural beauty abounds in the Barnegat Lighthouse State Park and throughout the surrounding area. Large flocks of migrating shorebirds also reserve annual vacations here as they rest and refuel in one of the last remaining marine-time forests. It’s also a fishing fan’s favorite, offering some of the areas most thrilling fishing all year long, including surf fishing, deep sea fishing, sport fishing, party and charter boat rentals, and crabbing and clamming. Sailors and divers alike find sanctuary here and spend hours enjoying the undisturbed calm of this quiet retreat. Dog lovers bond with their beloved pets at the island’s only dog park. In Barnegat Light, you can appreciate history, get artistically inspired, reconnect with nature, entertain Fido, and rejoice in the great outdoors. d

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where ' s Harvey ?

Harvey Cedars

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ust like Harvey the Rabbit in the 1950 film “Harvey,” the local Harvey who slept in a hummock that he carved into the earth and who named the town “Harvey Cedars” was actually based on a legend. Instead, the town was originally named “Harvest Quarters” for its harvested salt hay and seaweed as well as for its abundance of cedars. Over time and from many mispronunciations later, “Harvest Quarters” was eventually renamed “Harvey Cedars.” The town has a newer face than most LBI towns. This is because much of it was destroyed by one of the biggest hurricanes to hit the shore in 1962. On the bay, you’ll find Sunset Park, which not only offers stunning sunset views, but also adds some recreational fun to your LBI stay with a children’s play area, a basketball court, tennis courts, a ball park, and a walking path. Additionally, on 77th Street, you’ll find a children’s bay beach, where children can get their fill of fun in the sun! Harvey Cedars is the perfect prescription for child’s play, recreation, and relaxation! d

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Surf ’ s Up ...

Surf City

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lmost immediately after you complete the journey across The Causeway that links the mainland, you’ll arrive in Surf City. It’s a perfect downshift from what you’ve left behind and a delightful entry as to what lies ahead on your Long Beach Island escape. The busy atmosphere sings recreation and there are many artsy shops here and jewelry lovers can treat themselves to loads of original creations. While in town, you can stock up on essential supplies and become acquainted to the way life goes on in Long Beach Island. Of course, any town named Surf City is sure to please water lovers! Having previously been named Old Mansion, Great Swamp and Long Beach City, this borough’s name officially became Surf City in 1894. Surf City’s cheerful attitude is a great welcome to your island stay. So whether you’re settling here or just stopping by, Surf ’s Up for your enjoyment! d

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Bottoms Up ...

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hip Bottom got its name from a murky tale. The legend goes that it was a dark and stormy night (isn’t that the way stories usually start) in 1817, when cries were heard from the sea. Another captain finally discovered a morbid sight coming through the fog. It was a wrecked ship, overturned on the banks. Dead sailors and crew hung from the rigging. All appeared lost, yet a tiny tapping was heard from under their feet. The Captain broke through the hull, discovering the lone survivor, a young woman who spoke no English and had no records. She thanked the crew by drawing a cross in the sand and then disappeared into the fog. The place of her rescue, from the “ship’s bottom”, became the name of one of the oldest towns on Long Beach Island. It was another foggy night on January 10, 1910 when the Italian ship, Fortuna ran aground, reaffirming the historic town’s name and symbol of Ship Bottom. Today, Ship Bottom is a vibrant town, full of life compared to its once haunted past. Shoppers are delighted as happy merchants greet them at one of their many exciting sidewalk sales. Water enthusiasts love the array of activities including swimming, kayaking, and surfing. Ship Bottom is also well-known for hosting many small-town events like free C o n c e r t s - b y - t h e - B a y, Cruise Nights, and an annual Christmas parade. d

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Something For Everyone ...

Long Beach Township Long Beach Township offers something for everyone with water adventure, beach bumming, restaurants, activities, and special events. With 52 beaches spread throughout 12 miles of paradise, there is plenty of room to dip your toes in the Atlantic Ocean.

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ong Beach Township consists of 12-miles of pristine beaches spread throughout Long Beach Island. With 17 combined communities, Long Beach Township consists of the following towns: High Bar Harbor, Loveladies, North Beach, Brant Beach, Beach Haven Crest, Brighton Beach, Peahala Park, Beach Haven Park, Haven Beach, the Dunes, Beach Haven Terrace, Beach Haven Gardens, Spray Beach, North Beach Haven, Holgate, South Beach Haven, & Beach Haven Inlet. With nearly 200 lifeguards protecting our beaches, the Long Beach Township Beach Patrol is one of the largest patrols in the country. They even offer a Beachwheels Program, which is a free weekly-rental service allowing the disabled, injured, and elderly to have easy access to the beach. Call your local community to reserve a chair today! Some exciting events in Long Beach Township include LBI Fest, which is a day-long celebration featuring live music, local restaurants, artists, vendors, and more. This annual June event promises to be a smashing time! You can also let loose at one of the township’s many free concerts and even showcase Fido in their annual dog parade held every August in Brant Beach. Additionally, every August surfers splash it out at the annual LBI Longboard Classic competition. Hosted by the Alliance for a Living Ocean, this competition not only allows surfers the chance to claim victory, but also promotes “green” awareness with its Environmental Fair. Pick your passion and feel your spirit! Long Beach Township is sure to give you the “shore” you’re looking for! d

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Hoppin’ Haven ...

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each Haven lives up to its name and is a haven for action on Long Beach Island! It’s the busiest of all The Island’s small towns and is a must-stop on your LBI adventure. Beach Haven has a number of fine hotels, motels, and Bed and Breakfasts, and you’ll find many guests staying at one the beautiful Victorian homes located in the heart of the town’s historical district. This delightful area in town gives you that “stepping-back-in-time” feeling and is where you’ll find live performances at The Surflight Theatre, exhibits and artifacts at the Long Beach Island Historical Museum, and free concerts at the Veterans Bicentennial Park. For some great scavenger-hunt-type-fun, stroll the streets and keep your eyes peeled for white plaques with blue lettering. These signs point out the homes and buildings built before 1900. Discover them all!

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Beach Haven is also home to the island’s only amusement thrill area. For those of you craving some retail therapy, unwind amongst the array of stores and shopping centers. For culinar y lovers, savor the region’s local fare and experiment with all the flavors they have to offer! d

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love Beach Haven's with a wide-variety of Regardless of your unforgettable days Beach Haven!

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The Living End ...

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f your passion is to really get away from it all, then head to Holgate. Both Beach Haven Inlet and Beach Haven Heights are often considered to be a part of this shore town. Here, the ocean and bay meet at a point far off the mainland, offering remarkable views and a real sense of escape from the world you’ve left behind. At the very tip, you’ll find the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge. This two and one-half mile stretch of beach and marshland is closed to visitors during the summer season to protect animals and the environment. But, if you visit during the off-season, you can enjoy this undeveloped haven for fish and fowl. Holgate is also the only site for trailers and avid campers on the island. There are also some lovely, private hotels in the area. This remarkable setting is a favorite with fishermen and bird watchers alike and is a picturesque place for a reflective read of that novel you’ve been saving all year. From sunrise to sunset, Holgate offers glorious views, fresh sea air, and exquisite tranquility. At the end of it all, it’s just the beginning of a great vacation. d

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Gateway City ...

Manahawkin

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he Manahawkin of today is a far cry from the one named by the Lenni Lanape Indians. According to legend, the Lenni Lanape chose this name, which means “good corn land,” because of its rich farmland with easy access to both sea and bay. Always productive, Manahawkin was home to the first water operated sawmills and grew its trade in boat building, from the rich catches of clams and oysters, and from cranberry farming. The town was also home to the first house of worship in Ocean County, the First Baptist Church Society. Located on the corner of Rt.9 and North Lakeshore Dr., this church underwent a major renovation in 1864, is over 250 years old. Fishing fans are sure to catch on to just how good the fishing is in this area and leave with buckets of clams and bushels of crabs. Crabbing is King and there are plenty of crabs for everyone! Charter boats and tackle stores take you to the hot-spots in the Manahawkin Bay and you can continue on to the Barnegat Bay, where even more dynamic maritime awaits you. The second Saturday of every June, Stafford Township celebrates Founder’s Day, which is a day-long celebration featuring a lively parade, beauty pageants, children’s games, entertainment, food, fireworks, and more. The Doc Cramer Sports Complex is home to this festive celebration and can be found on Doc Cramer Blvd. Manahawkin is just minutes away from Long Beach Island and carries over The Causeway with it a warm welcome and plenty of smiles. It’s a great place to stop, shop, eat and explore. d

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Route 9

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raveling South on Route 9, away from Long Beach Island and towards Atlantic City, you’ll see less congestion and more of the rural and natural life that still exists in Ocean County. Granted, nothing is really undeveloped in this rapidly growing county, but you will notice a quieter pace with small farms and plenty SALES • RENTALS of fishing stops. Campers and RV 224 Main St., West Creek Fun for everyone (corner of Dock Rd. & Rt. 9) enthusiasts know that West Creek Recreation & Fishing is a welcoming stop. The Sea Pirate Daily: $35 Campground offers tent camping Weekly: $140 sites with water, electricity and Includes life vest & paddle cable. For an added bonus, there’s even RV camping, as well as cabin and cottage rentals too. You’ll also FREE DELIVERY TO LBI ON RENTALS OF 3 DAYS OR LONGER pass through Tuckerton, which was the third port of entry into the U.S and held previous names like “Fishtown” & “Clamtown.” Tuckerton also has a working maritime museum called the Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen’s Museum. Within walking distance from here, you’ll find quaint Village Shops and some delicious outdoor eateries. Another great idea for a fun-filled afternoon Breakfast Sandwiches Mention this is to pack a picnic-lunch and enjoy Lunch u Dinner ad & We Pay some fresh air at Stanley Tip ~7 Days A week 5:30am Opening! ~ the SALES TAX! Seaman Park. This county park is WE u Catering on LBI with Waitress, u 22-acres of fun, featuring bike and Waiter & Bartender Service Deliver! fitness trails, soccer, softball, tennis, u Staten Island Breads u volleyball, a small boat launch, D u Famous Atlantic City Breads u O O F T A fishing, open play areas, horseshoes, For GRE number to u Raviolis - 12 Varieties! u add this phone list shuffleboard, a picnic area, and All Items prepared on premises! your cellt NOW! restrooms. It’s a family-friendly righ -7338 8 7 9 9 destination and is handicap accessible. 60 650 Route 9 $50 Minimum Stretch your legs, revel in the Eagleswood NJ order for FREE Deli Meats & Catering great outdoors, discover some Delivery to LBI for all Occasions maritime history, and enjoy the fax: 609-978-7228 great and many splendors that make up Southern Ocean County! w w w. t h e g o u r m e t d e l i . c o m

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Off The Beaten Path ... 1000 S. Green St. • Tuckerton, NJ

(609) 294-3600

Daily Specials, Two Bars, Fine & Outside Dining, Clam Bar, Banquet Facilities & Entertainment: Thursday - Sunday

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219 East Main St. • Tuckerton, NJ

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Tea Room • Fine Dining Catering • Private Parties Reservations Please!

116 S. Green St • Tuckerton, NJ

(609) 296-0330 www.thegrindapparel.com The Tuckerton Emporium 2 East Main St. • Tuckerton, NJ

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Cedar Bog Antiques, Harbor Design Studio, Simple Treasures, Silk Flowers & Gift Sets Country Furniture, Bird Feeders, Windsocks, Kites, Zoe Girl Handmade & Personalized Gifts, Sacred 91 Dead Sea Salt Scrubs

Cathleen Englesen Gallery • Stained Glass Garden • Limited Editions • Charisma Cookies, Selah Cafe • Coastal Fireplaces Mon-Sat, 10-5 • Closed Tues • Sun, 10-4

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eave the white-sandy beaches behind for a few hours and travel south to discover the charms of maritime traditions. Nestled in the historic town of Tuckerton is the Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen’s Museum. Located on the Tuckerton Creek or “Crik”, the Tuckerton Frank’s Flower Seaport is an affordable attraction for all ages. Visitors can Shoppe & Gifts stroll the 3/4 mile boardwalk, explore replicated maritime 135 E. Main St. • Tuckerton, NJ buildings, take in exhibits, and watch daily demonstrations. (609) 294-2233

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Scenic water view on the Tuckerton Creek OPEN ALL YEAR! Call for hours. Serving Breakfast & Lunch Come by boat or car - Docking available!

Acme Shopping Center 425 W. Main St. / Route 9 Little Egg Harbor, NJ

(609) 294-1313

Open Daily at 1pm / Closed Mondays

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Special Events Calendar ... Summer 2011 MAY

June 8, Garden Party By The Sea - Fashion Show, 3-6pm, 4700 Long Beach Blvd. (Bonnet Island Estate), Long Beach Township.

May 3 - Oct. 4, Ship Bottom Cruise Nights, 5-9pm, 10th St. Waterfront Park (Boat Ramp), Ship Bottom. May 21, Soaring Into Summer - LBI’s Official Welcoming of the Season, 11am, 17th St. (at the Beach), Ship Bottom. May 21-22, Annual Seaport Irish Festival, 10am-5pm, 120 West Main St. (Tuckerton Seaport), Tuckerton. May 27, 2 Annual Singers for a Cure Dinner Theater, 7-11pm, 151 Route 72 East (The Holiday Inn), Manahawkin. nd

May 28, 3 Annual Harvey Cedars Townwide Lawn Sale, Start time 6:45am, Various locations throughout Harvey Cedars. rd

May 28, Fire Company Action, 5:30pm viewing, 6:30pm auction, 10th St. & Central (Barnegat Light Fire Hall), Barnegat Light. May 28, The Island Singers “Steppin out on Broadway”, 7:30pm, 528 Dock Rd. (NJ Maritime Museum), Beach Haven. May 28 - Sept. 4, Children’s Theatre, Call for show times, Engleside & Beach Ave. (Surflight Theatre), Beach Haven. May 28 - June 19, RENT, 2pm & 8pm, Engleside & Beach Ave. (Surflight Theatre), Beach Haven. May 29, Pancake & Sausage Breakfast, 8am-Noon, 713 Long Beach Blvd. (Surf City Firehouse), Surf City. May 29, Viking Village Arts & Crafts Show, 10am-4:30pm, 19th St. & Bayview (Viking Village), Barnegat Light.

June 11, 5th Annual All-boat Tournament & Fish Fry, Fishing begins at 3am, Fish Fry begins at 2pm, West 80th St. (High Point Fire Company) Harvey Cedars. June 11-12, Borough Wide Sidewalk Sale, All Day, Various merchants throughout Ship Bottom. June 11-12, 1st Annual Summer Sunset Cruise, 7pm, 910 South Green St. (The Sheltered Cove Marina), Tuckerton). June 12, Flag Day Ceremony, 12:30pm, 520 Hillard Blvd. (Manahawkin Elks Lodge), Manahawkin. June 12, Garvey Speed Skiff Races, 10am-4pm, Bayfron between Taylor Ave. & 9th St., Beach Haven. June 14-16, Borough Wide Sidewalk Sale, All Day, Various merchants throughout Ship Bottom. June 18, 12th Annual Richard West Wheelchair Race, Registration 8am, Race begins at 9am, Sunset Park (Harvey Cedars) to Barnegat Light. June 18, 19th Annual Baymen’s Seafood & Music Festival, 11am-4pm, 120 West Main St. (Tuckerton Seaport), Tuckerton. June 18, Annual Flea Market & Estate Sale with Vendors, 8am-2:30pm, 101 East New Jersey Ave. (First United Methodist Church), Beach Haven Terrace. June 18, Flea Market, 9am-4pm, Engleside & Beach Avenues (Veteran’s Bicentennial Park), Beach Haven. June 18, Summer Craft Show, 9am-4pm, 4700 Long Beach Blvd. (St. Francis Community Center Gym), Long Beach Township.

May 30, Memorial Day Celebration, 1pm, 16th St. & Long Beach Blvd. (Ship Bottom Borough Hall), Ship Bottom.

June 18, Trash & Treasure Sale & Bake Sale, 8am-2pm, Engleside & Beach Avenues, (Long Beach Island Historical Association Museum), Beach Haven.

May 30, Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony, 10-11:30am, Along Bay Ave. & Engleside Ave., Beach Haven.

JULY July 1, Bingo at St. Mary’s Parish Center, 7pm, Route 9 & Route 72, Manahawkin.

JUNE June 2 - Sept. 29, Have You Ever Held a Baby Clam (Shellfish Nursery), 5pm, North 10th St. (Surf City Yacht Club), Surf City.

July 1, Make Your Own Panda or Troll Like Beads, 10am-4pm (daily), SwellColors Glass Studio & Gallery, 110th St. & Long Beach Blvd, Beach Haven.

June 3 - Sept. 30, Have You Ever Held a Baby Clam (Shellfish Nursery), 11am, 10th St. & Bayview (Municipal Boat Ramp), Barnegat Light.

July 2 - Oct.11, Happy Hour - Mosaic Mirror Making, 5-8pm, SwellColors Glass Studio & Gallery, 110th St. & Long Beach Blvd, Beach Haven.

June 3 - Sept. 30, Have You Ever Held a Baby Clam (Shellfish Nursery), 10am, 528 Dock Rd. (NJ Museum of Maritime History), Barnegat Light.

July 5, (Every Mon. & Wed.) Bingo at Manahawkin Elks Lodge, Doors open at 5pm & games begin at 7pm, 520 Hillard Blvd., Manahawkin.

June 3 - 4, Relay For Life of Manahawkin, Starts 5pm 6/3, ends 7am 6/4. 90 Cedar Bridge Road, (Southern Regional High School), Manahawkin.

July 6, (Every Tues.) Oceanairs Barbershop Chorus, Informal Rehearsal, 7:30-10pm, 700 Main St. (First Baptist Church), Toms River, NJ

June 3, Salvation Army Free Donut Day, 11am-2pm, 265 West 9th St. (Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce), Ship Bottom.

July 7 - Oct.5, (Every Wed.) Stained Glass Making 10-4pm, SwellColors Glass Studio & Gallery, 110th St. & Long Beach Blvd, Beach Haven.

June 4 -5, Borough Wide Sidewalk Sale, All Day, Various merchants throughout Ship Bottom. June 4 - 5, Town Wide Yard Sale, 8am-9pm, Long Beach Township. June 5, Corvette Car Show, Sponsored by Beach Bums Corvette Club, 7am-5pm, Taylor Ave. & 9th St. (Bayfront), Beach Haven. June 5, Fox & Friends Farewell Concert, 4pm, 101 East New Jersey Ave. (First United Methodist Church), Beach Haven Terrace.

July 20, (Every Tues.) Island Singers Community Chorus Rehearsals, 7:30pm 59th St. & Long Beach Blvd. (Holy Trinity Lutheran Church), Brant Beach. July 21, (Every 3rd Wed. of the month) Ocean Bay Needle Art, Route 9 at “Tip” Seaman Park, Tuckerton. July 22, Surfing Slide Shore & Story Talks, 6-9pm, 120 West Main St., Tuckerton Seaport. July 23, Red Wine & Blues, 3-8pm, 120 West Main St., Tuckerton Seaport.

For More Information:

Visit the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce website at: www.visitlbiregion.com

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Recommended Stops ...to include in all your plans Holgate

BOWKER’S SOUTH BEACH GRILL makes LBI’s best cheesesteaks and sells produce, deli meats, seafood, ice-cream, and more. HOLGATE H2O SPORTS has waverunner rentals, boat rentals & kayak rentals. No boating license required!

Beach Haven

ACME BEACH & BIKE rents bikes, surreys, jog strollers, softubs, surfboards, skateboards, & more! Two locations: Brighton Beach and Beach Haven. BARRY’S DO ME A FLAVOR serves burgers, pizza, sandwiches, munchies and ice-cream. BISTRO 14 was named “Best Raw Bar” in Philadelphia Magazine’s Best of the Shore edition & has bay-view seating at this indoor/outdoor French Bistro restaurant. BLACK WHALE BAR & FISH HOUSE serves seafood, Angus steaks, and cocktails. BUCKALEW’S has been serving steaks, seafood and comfort food for more than a century. CARIBONGO sells jewelry, nail polish and clothing that changes color in the sunlight. COOL BEANS is a coffee shop located in Bay Village that serves coffee drinks, cold drinks, sweets, slushies, herbal teas, snacks, and more. COUNTRY KETTLE CHOWDA serves New England Clam Chowder in a bread bowl. COUNTRY KETTLE FUDGE makes fudge and salt water taffy. GRILL IT UP is located in Schooners Wharf and serves classic American grilled selections. JUST LOVE has been selling fashionable jewelry for over 40 years and can also pierce your ears. KAPLER’S PHARMACY fills prescriptions and offers nutritional products, health information, and more. LBI RECREATION CENTER is a family fun park featuring Thundering Surf Waterpark, Adventure Golf, and the Flowhouse. MR. TEE’S MINI GOLF & ARCADE is a miniature golf course and arcade with a second location in N. Beach Haven. MURPHY’S MARKETPLACE is a supermarket where you can find items like fresh produce and party platters. OLD TYME SMOKE SHOPPE sells cigars, tobacco, and more. PETITTE HOME FURNISHINGS sells furniture, nautical decor, wall art, and accessories with a second location in Surf City. REGENARATE sells eco-friendly and environmentally conscious gifts and toys. SANDY BANKS BOUTIQUE is where fashion is fun. SOUTH END SURF & PADDLE rents surfboards, skateboards, stand-up paddle boards, are more. SONG OF THE SEA sells jewelry, handbags, nautical gifts, accessories, and more. THE BOARDWALK rents bikes, beach chairs, cribs, kayaks, and more and sells ice-cream and beach gear. THE ENGLESIDE INN is a hotel on the beach that has three restaurants to accommodate every style and budget. THE GAZEBO RESTAURANT serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers bay-view seating in this indoor/outdoor eatery. THE MOD HATTER is an accessory boutique that sells hats, handbags, jewelry, gifts, shoes, and more. THE PARLOR sells humorous toys and trinkets. TIKI TACO is home to the Freaky Tiki Burger and serves fresh Mexican Cuisine and has a second restaurant in Manahawkin. TOY DAYZ & THE TOY STORE are both toy, hobby, and game stores. TUCKERS RESTAURANT is open year-round and serves pub-grub, seafood, sandwiches and more in this indoor/outdoor, bay-view eatery. TULA’S SWEET SECRETS sells gelato, fudge, candy, and caramel popcorn. TULA THE BOUTIQUE sells stylish clothing, handbags, accessories, jewelry and footwear.

North Beach Haven

CAFE BACIO offers free Wi-Fi access to customers and serves coffee, breakfast wraps, lunch paninis, desserts, and also hosts yummy theme nights. STEFANO’S RESTAURANT, “the taste of Italy by the sea,” serves fresh ingredients in a friendly atmosphere and is a 9-time Chowderfest Grand Champion restaurant.

Spray Beach

LBI LAUNDRIES is available for your laundry needs. SEAWALL ARTIFACTS is a gallery of original sea-life artwork. DOCKSIDE DINER is open Memorial Day thru Labor day, and serves an amazing menu for breakfast, lunch, and take-out.

Beach Haven Gardens

BARFOOT SURF SHOP sells surf boards, skate boards, snow boards, and clothing. BEACH HAVEN PARASAIL offers views and fun while floating up to 500 ft in the air. THE BEACHSIDE SHORE CAFE and SEAFOOD GRILL serves breakfast, lunch & dinner in a casual, contemporary setting. BYOB. WOODIES TOO serves LBI’s best burgers...Great sandwiches, all kinds of dogs, chicken, wraps, salads, fresh crispy fries, shakes & other cool stuff too.

Beach Haven Terrace

JEFFRIES FLOOR & DECOR offers a large selection of carpet, vinyl, and ceramics. ROBERTO’S DOLCE VITA serves Northern Italian and Continental cuisine with the freshest and finest ingredients. STEFANO’S CALIFORNIA GRILL & PIZZA serves pizza, salads, burgers, wraps, Grand Champion chowders, and authentic Mexican food.

Haven Beach

BLUE WATER CAFE is a quaint cafe, serving gourmet coffee, gelato, award-winning chowder, and more. Enjoy inside or patio seating! NARDI’S TAVERN & GRILL is a fusion of food, drinks, and live entertainment with free rides on their Party Bus to avoid drinking and driving.

Brighton Beach

ACME SURF AND SPORT rents bikes, surreys, jogging strollers, kayaks, surfboards, and sells a few too. KUBEL’S TOO is a friendly neighborhood tavern and liquor store that serves lunch and dinner year-round.

Brant Beach

DADDY O’S is a boutique hotel, restaurant and bar that serves world-class cuisine in a chic atmosphere.

Ship Bottom

CARMENUCCI & SONS PIZZERIA is a great spot for pizza and Italian ice. HOUSE OF WICKER has a large selection of indoor and outdoor furniture, mirrors, bedroom sets, baskets, accessories and more. LONG BEACH ISLAND MEDICAL CENTER is available for your minor medical needs and walk-ins are welcome. (Always call 911 for emergencies!) RAIMONDO’S has been serving up customers for 20 years and offers fine-Italian dining with early bird specials. SHIP BOTTOM SHELLFISH was named “Best of Jersey Shore” by Philadelphia Magazine and serves up fresh fish and seafood classics. SHORE GOOD DONUTS is home of the warm, fresh donuts, made right in front of you, while you wait! SUNSATIONS sells swimwear, apparel, towels, t-shirts, and more. THE SAND TRAP is “LBI’s most challenging miniature golf course,” and holds a mini-golf tournament every Tuesday morning.

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FIREFLY GALLERY sells art, jewelry, and gifts made by local artists and also offers mosaic art and yoga classes. GALLERY 1603 is a gallery and boutique with all things handmade. Fine art, unique gifts, jewelry, Tshirts, accessories and more. ISLAND TEAK sells teak wood furniture, wicker furniture, accessories and more. SCOJO’S RESTAURANT serves up American cuisine at this casual, family-friendly establishment with a second restaurant located at the Tuckerton Seaport. SURF CITY TEES sells premium quality LBI & Surf City t-shirts. THE NAIL LOUNGE offers manicures, pedicures, waxing, and the latest craze - Shellac manicures. THE SANDPIPER RESTAURANT serves steak, seafood, pasta, and more.

North Beach

MISS KATHLEEN is a charter boat that can fit up to 6 people.

Harvey Cedars

NEPTUNE MARKET is home to the famous Nooney Burger and serves breakfast, lunch, and a light dinner at this grocery market.

Barnegat Light

BARNEGAT LIGHT MUSEUM & GARDENS showcase “Old Barney’s” original lens, plus exhibits historic artifacts, replicas, & photos of LBI & Barnegat Light. BOBBIE’S BOATS BAIT & TACKLE is your one-stop-shop for boat and kayak rentals, bait, marine supplies, fuel, boat slips and more. MISS BARNEGAT LIGHT is a party boat that sails for bluefish, tuna, striped bass, and also for evening nature cruises. THE SEAWIFE, located in Viking Village, sells antiques, quilts, garden furniture, and collectibles. VIKING FRESH OFF THE HOOK offers seafood takeout and catering from the fresh catches of Barnegat Light’s commercial fishing fleet. VIKING VILLAGE is a quaint fishing village where commercial fishing fleets bring in daily catches and where you can enjoy fresh seafood and shopping. WILDFLOWERS BY THE LIGHTHOUSE hosts mosaic art classes and sells art, jewelry, clothing, home and garden accents, and more.

Tuckerton

CHEATER 5’S SKATE N SURF HUT sells skateboards, surfboards, wetsuits, apparel and more. DOCKSIDE CAFE AT G.E.B. MARINA serves breakfast and lunch and welcomes patrons arriving by both land and sea. J.D. THOMPSON INN was built in 1823 and is a charming bed and breakfast with on-site spa services. FRANK’S FLOWER SHOPPE offers customizable flower arrangements, gift baskets, balloon bouquets and more. NAPLES PIZZERIA & ITALIAN RESTAURANT offers authentic Italian flavors and is a local haven for pizza lovers. THE LIZZIE ROSE is a Victorian gift shop and VICTORIAN TEA ROOM where you can enjoy afternoon tea with traditional tea sandwiches & sweets. THE GRAPEVINE serves up seafood, steaks, burgers and more at this friendly restaurant. THE GRIND BOOTS & APPAREL sells work apparel and boots for both men and women. TUCKERTON BEACH GRILLE is a restaurant and sports bar that offers dancing, live entertainment, and sports on the big screen. TUCKERTON EMPORIUM has 10 unique shops and a cafe. TUCKERTON SEAPORT is a working maritime village with hand-on activities, live demonstrations, special events, and more.

West Creek / Eagleswood

ANTOINTETTA’S offers breathtaking bay views, Italian food, and is accessible by car or boat. CALLOWAY’S RESTAURANT & BAR offers food, drinks, live entertainment, & even has an amusement area with a driving range, mini-golf, and more. EAGLESWOOD AMUSEMENT CENTER has fun rides, batting cages, mini golf, a driving rage, a family arcade fun center, & the area’s only go karts! SEA PIRATE CAMPGROUND offers RV camping, tent camping, cottage & cabin rentals, and has plenty of outdoor activities. THE GOURMET DELI & CATERING sells gourmet groceries, deli meats, and a large selection of homemade appetizers and entrees. WEST CREEK KAYAK & CANOE sells & rents kayaks & canoes and also offers a rental crabbing package, which includes a canoe, bait, and crabbing gear.

Manahawkin

BRAZZI PIZZERIA & RESTAURANT serves up Italian food and pizza in a wood-fired brick oven. CAUSEWAY BOAT RENTALS & MARINA offers boat rentals, boat slips, bait and tackle, fuel, storage and more. DOCK ROAD CRAB SHACK is a fully-stocked fish market & restaurant featuring fresh seafood, steaks, chicken, and more. IHOP is open everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Come hungry. Leave happy.® JESSICA ERB PHOTOGRAPHY can beautifully capture your Jersey Shore memories. LUCILLE’S CANDIES has been making sweet confections for over 84 years and has a second store in Brant Beach. MUD CITY CRAB HOUSE serves homemade crab cakes, steamed crabs, mussels, fresh fish and more and has a second location called MUD CITY CRAB CAKE CO. in Forked River. ROUTE 72 WAVERUNNER & KAYAK RENTALS is LBI’s largest, best, and most safe & secure riding area. Voted #1 place for rentals on LBI! T.G.I. FRIDAY’S relaxing atmosphere is open for lunch and dinner and is the perfect place to enjoy happy hour with the locals. TONY’S BAIT & TACKLE has been serving anglers for over 80 years and sells bait, tackle, rods, reels, and more. Strike it up at THUNDERBIRD LANES where leagues, bumper lanes, and black-light glow bowling awaits.

Manahawkin Flea Market and Mart Shoppes

is an outdoor flea market with indoor shops featuring: ALL ABOUT ME is a full service hair salon that also sells perfume and cosmetics. EVERYTHING WOMAN BOUTIQUE sells handbags, candles, hats, scarves, and more. GEM MARINE DOCKS & BULKHEADS will repair and/or replace your old dock or bulkhead! ReDRESS CONSIGNEMENT SHOP has great deals on women’s and children’s clothing and accessories. SCOOPS PLUS is a great italian ice and ice cream parlor. SOUTHERN OCEAN GOLD BUYER is where you can sell your jewelry and get your jewelry repaired. THE IRISH SHOP, from Ireland’s shore to your door! Irish clothing, jewelry, hats, accessories and more. THE MARKET PLACE CHEESE SHOPPES has specialty foods, baked goods, gifts, and more. T. HOOK CARPET & FLOORING offers a wide selection of carpet and flooring. TIKI TACO serves Mexican cuisine and has a second location in Beach Haven.

Forked River

ASSOCIATED HUMANE SOCIETIES & POPCORN PARK ZOO is a non-profit organization that rescues animals, offers pet adoptions, and is a wildlife refuge for abused exotic animals like monkeys, African lions, a camel, and more.

Toms River

INSECTROPOLIS is an interactive bug-themed city where children can learn about bugs from around the world, get up-close views! RECLAM THE BAY has headquarters in the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Ocean County. They grow seed clams and oysters to restock the bay and educate the public on this environmental concern. Join THE CLAM TRAIL, which is a self-guided educational treasure hunt throughout the LBI Region.

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81. Sunsations 82. Surf City Tee’s 83. T. Hook Carpet & Flooring 84. TGI Friday’s 85. The Boardwalk Rentals & Ice Cream 86. The Engleside Inn Restaurant & Lounge 87. The Gazebo 88. The Gourment Deli 89. The Grapevine 90. The Grind Apparel 91. The Nail Lounge 92. The Parlor 93. The Sand Trap 94. The Seawife

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Jersey Shore Guest 2011