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inside

Features:

8 . ... 20 On the Road to College. ........ 22 Departments: events Upcoming family activities...... 10 business directory Resource guide for parents ....... 27 Back to School fashion. ............ Reading the Signs: Is your child having difficulty learing to read?

on the cover: Back to School Fashions from

Atlantic City Outlets The Walk

photo by Larry Berman Cameron Ball (left) wearing Old Navy: Boot Cut Jeans, $39.50; Appliqué-Graphic Jersey Polo, $19.50; Jersey Thermal Long Sleeve, $15. Conner Mazur (center) wearing Nautica: Graphic T, $19.50, NJC Medium Plaid- $34.50, Classic Cargo Khaki, $39.50. Kaiya Coursey (right) wearing Life is Good: T-Shirt, $20; Pullover Crew $35, Cinch Sack, $20; Chill Cap, $20.

Editor Sherrii Brentari sbrentari@JerseyShoreFamily.com (609) 385-0096 x103 To place an event listing e-mail information to calendar@JerseyShoreFamily.com or call: (609) 385-0096 x 101

editor’s note Sherrii Brentari, Editor

Time for the kids to go back to school already? The end of summer always makes me realize how fast time flies. It seems like school just ended for the summer, and here we are, getting ready to start the whole thing all over again. This is definitely not my favorite time of year. I never have enough time to get my kids fully ready for school. There is always at least one type of notebook I forget to pick up, or a bus slip that I can’t find. I might not have all pieces in place, but in the clothing department, I’m usually ahead of the game. I have a secret obsession with kids clothes. I love them. I love outfits. I love organizing clothes. I even like the way they smell when they come out of the many bins I have stashed in my attic. As I start my yearly back-to-school ritual of merging old clothes with new clothes and weeding out shoes that no longer fit anyone in the house, I quickly become overwhelmed with the task. With 3 growing kids I’ve got stacks of bins all very carefully labeled by season and size in hope of recycling the outfits that didn’t give-out during their first incarnation of school life. Although I painstakingly attempt to keep all my bins and boxes in line, organized, and ready to go, inevitably, each year I find a bunch of hand-me-downs that were outgrown before they were ever unpacked. Sad! Kids grow up too fast. So even if I sometimes complain, my hand-me-down management method isn’t just an economical way to keep my kids closets packed without breaking the bank, it’s also an excuse to take some time to think about each child and how small they were just a short time ago.. and just how much they’ve grown and will grow. I know that I’m a little nuts when it comes to my kids’ old clothes, but in a blink of an eye, a flip of a calendar page, each moment, each bin, each outgrown sandal, are all pieces of childhoods I never want to forget.

Sher i Brentari

Jersey Shore

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message from the publisher Matt Griffith, Publisher

So, let’s face it… September is here and although that means Back to School it doesn’t necessarily have to mean that summer is behind us. As you can probably imagine, I’m one of those Jersey Shore residents that likes to squeeze every last day out of summer and regardless of what the calendar says, I believe that summer extends into mid-October. Let’s call it “late-summer.” Late summer at the Jersey Shore is one of the true rewards of living here. As you fellow locals know, late summer has significantly less crowded beaches and roadways, great deals from local family friendly businesses and awesome weather. You’ll be busier now with late summer responsibilities like homework and sports but there’s still time to maximize life at the Jersey Shore. Get out and enjoy it! We had a blast creating this issue for you. Be sure to check out some of the great school fashions from Atlantic City Outlets – The Walk starting on pages 8 and 9. I’d like to thank our family and friends that gave generously of their time to help us get that feature together and a special thank you to Kim Butler and Cristin Bentz from The Walk on making the photo shoot easy and seamless. I’d also like to thank photographer Larry Berman for helping us turn our everyday kinds into fashion models. There’s a great article from Georgie Wood on understanding your child’s learning needs on page 20. And, if your children are heading off to college, check out the article on page 22 from AAA on road safety. Of course we’ve got the events, kids eat free and great deals from local advertisers that you’ve come to expect from us. Also, our advertisers have commented that you are utilizing the coupons and mentioning that you saw their ad in Jersey Shore Family and have been overwhelmed and pleasantly surprised by the response they are receiving from our magazine. Thanks for supporting the businesses that support us. Advertising makes this magazine happen each month; without our advertisers getting response we wouldn’t have much of a magazine. I hope you enjoy what we’ve put together for the September issue and try to find some time to enjoy your late summer! Yours,

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“Harvest of Health”

Fall Fundraiser and Family Outing Saturday, October 2 (10am-2pm) – Rain Date October 9

Admission is $9 per person This event will promote healthy lifestyles for children including the Phillies corn maze and other fun physical activities, pumpkin painting, and games. A portion of the proceeds will benefit AtlantiCare Healthy Schools, Healthy Children

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Back to School

Cool!

Skinny jeans, graphic tees, denim minis and Jeggings are amoung the must-haves for the new school year according to Cristin Bentz, Marketing Coordinator for Atlantic City Outlets, The Walk. Jeggings? What are Jeggings? According to Cristin, they are the hot new thing for girls. A hybrid of jeans and leggings, Jeggins are versatile—they can be worn with tunics, long tanks, vests, or long tees, and girls everywhere will be begging for a pair. For boys cool and casual is key. Hot new styles include anything with a vintage feel to them and layers. Pairing patterns is popular, so breaking rules is encouraged in the new design styles.

(Left) Tommy Taylor wearing Nautica: Clearwater Polo, $29.50; Barge Short, $29.50; (Above) Nautica Backpack, $34.50 (Left, pictured with Taylor Brittain) Conner Mazur wearing: Under Armour Escape II Quarter Sleeve Zip- $54.99

(Above) Jonah Griffith wearing Old Navy: Straight-Leg Cords, $19.50; 2-in-1 Graphic Plaid Shirts, $19.50

Draft 2.0 Short Sleeve Crew- $29.99

(Below) Lydia Griffith wearing Nautica: Sonoma Leggings$16.50; Puyallup Dress, $39.50 Kayak Vest, $39.50

Heat Gear Microshort$24.99

(Above) H&M Plaid Belted Tunic, $17.95

Playground fashions will never be the same! —S.Brentari

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(Clockwise from left) Erin Berg wearing Nautica: Sonoma Leggings, $16.50; Anchor Polo, $24.50; Mountain Peak Pullover, $36.50. Kaiya Coursey wearing H&M: Cotton Striped Tunic, $17.95; Jeggings, $17.95; Clasp Waist Belt, $12.95. Cameron Ball wearing Life is Good: T-Shirt, $20; Boys Half Zip Sweatshirt, $40.00; Shorts $35; Chill Cap, $20. Magdalaina Brentari-Reinhardt wearing Old Navy: Floral-Embroidered Roll-Up Jeans for Baby, $16.50; Smocked Tops for Baby, $9.50 Jonah Griffith wearing Life is Good: T-Shirt, $20, Chill Cap, $15; H&M Plaid Cargo Pants, $19.95 Old Navy

photos by Larry Berman

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(Left) Magdalaina Brentari-Reinhardt wearing H&M: Cotton Leggings, $5.95; Polka Dot Dress, $12.95. (Center) Taylor Brittain wearing H&M: Skinny Jeans, $19.95; Accented Fashion Tank, $14.95; Button Cardigan Sweater, $14.95. (Right) Lydia Griffith wearing Old Navy Distressed Denim Mini, $16.50; Graphic Jersey Tee, $9.50, Jersey-Fleece Zip Hoodie, $14.50.

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events

Family

Calendar

Wednesday, Sept 1

Fall Farmers Market, 8am–1pm, 9th & Asbury

7am–2:45pm, AtlantiCare LifeCenter, Reg. Req., 888-569-1000

Night at the Movies, 8pm, Kingston Ave.

Infant Swimming Resource Course,

Thursday, Sept 2

Pleasantville Playas Chess Club Meeting,

4:30pm-7pm, Ages 8 and up, Practice your chess game or learn how to play. Chess games open to all, chess club team is for 3rd-8th grade. Chess Club members/attendees will be served pizza and receive homework help. Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352 Boardwalk Family Fun Nights, 7pm-9pm, Wildwood, NJ, Parading clowns, characters and music. FREE. 609-523-1602 Atlantic City Farmer’s Market, 10am– 4pm, Center City Park, Atlantic Ave between

North and South Carolina Avenues Concert, 12noon–2:00pm, Tony Day featuring

Across the Globe, 609-344-8338 Fabulous Family Night, 7pm, The Wetlands Institute, Shark Week comes to the Shore, 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd. Stone Harbor, 609-368-1211

Ocean City Historical Museum Presents “Look, Listen, Learn”, 6pm-9pm, 609-399-1801 Night at the Movies, 8pm, McClinton

Waterfront Park @ New Hampshire Ave, Atlantic City, Westside Story, 609-344-8338

Friday, Sept 3

Free Car Wash for Kids - 10am - 2pm; Bring a school supply donation and receive a free car wash ($5 without donation) Family Service Association, 3073 English Creek Ave, EHT

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Ave, Ocean City, 609-698-4662

Playground, W. Kingston and Sunset Ave., Atlantic City, Iron Man, 609-344-8338 Fireworks on the Beach, 10pm, Pine Ave, Wildwood, FREE 609-523-1602

Saturday, Sept. 4

EHT Municipal Alliance Fun Day, Tony Canale Park, 609-272-8120

Historic Cold Spring Village, 10am– 4:30pm, Revolutionary War Encampment, 609-898-2300 x18 Under the Stars Movie Night, 8pm, Tony Canale Park, EHT, The Blind Side, PG13

Sunday, Sept. 5

Historic Cold Spring Village, 10am– 4:30pm, Revolutionary War Encampment, 609-898-2300 x18 Night at the Movies, 8pm, Kennedy Plaza on Boardwalk at Mississippi Ave, Atlantic City, Forrest Gump, 609-344-8338

Monday, Sept. 6

Memorial Day Mayors Labor Day Race, 9am, Ocean City,

5 mile beach run and 1 mile fun run/walk, Contact Lisa Rumer at 609-525-9317 for more info.

Tuesday, Sept. 7

Video Gaming @ the Library, 6pm-8pm,

Age 8 and up. Challenge your friends in the latest E-Rated Wii games. Bring your own handhelds, gaming accessories, and E-Rated games for more fun! Reg. Req., Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

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Wednesday, Sept. 8

Teen Meet / YA Group, 6pm-8pm, Age 12

events Street Rod Weekend (Fri, Sat, Sun),

and up. Hang out, relax, have fun, play games and check out our latest manga and young adult books. WiFi available. Snacks provided by the library. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

12pm–4pm, Sports and Civic Center, 6th St. and Boadwalk, Ocean City, 609-525-9300

Post Partum Wellness Group, 10am, AtlantiCare, Mainland Campus, Provides support, resources and an open forum for women to discuss being a new mom. 888-569-1000

Saturday, Sept. 11

Thursday, Sept. 9

Pleasantville Playas Chess Club Meeting,

4:30pm-7pm. Ages 8 and up. Practice your chess game or learn how to play. Chess games open to all, chess club team is for third through eight graders. Chess Club members/attendees will be served pizza and receive homework help. Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352 Night at the Movies, McClinton Waterfront Park @ New Hampshire Ave, Atlantic City, 8:00pm, Mrs. Doutbfire, 609-344-8338

Friday, Sept 10

Baby Time, 10:30am-11am, Ages 6-23 months; registration required. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244 Fall Farmers Market, 8am–1pm, 9th & Asbury Ave, Ocean City, 609-698-4662

Night at the Movies, 8pm, Bartram Ave. Beach, Atlantic City, Mary Poppins, 609-344-8338 Culture Care AuPair/South Jersey AuPairs day at Gillian’s Pier, Ocean City. 3pm - 6pm, An event for anyone interested in being a Host Family or for anyone in need of of an Aupair. For more information, contact Jennifer at (609) 601-8402 Safe Kids Car Seat Check-Up, 9am– 1pm, Bennett Chevrolet, EHT, Sponsored by AtlantiCare, South Jersey Traffic Safety Alliance, Atlantic and Cape May Counties Sherriff’s Office and the Delaware River Bay Authority, No reg. req.

Remembrance Day Craft: Red,White & Blue Birdhouse, 2pm-4pm; Age 6-12. Make and

take home a red, white and blue birdhouse. Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

Patriot’s Day Memorial Service,

5:30pm, New Jersey Ave. at Miami Rd, Wildwood, Service to honor and remember those who perished in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. 609-522-5176 Visit Our New Interactive Website! rg www.lucytheelephant.o

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events Learn to Play Chess, 12-4pm. Open to kids of all ages. Reg. req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Wildflower Workshop, 12-3pm, Spend a morning learning wildflower identification. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244. Historic Cold Spring Village, 10am – 4:30pm, Civil War Weekend, 609-898-2300 x18 Funday at Playland’s Castaway Cove,

1pm–5pm, Human Society of Ocean City, Ride all rides for $10, 609-398-4200

Sunday, Sept. 12

Historic Cold Spring Village, 10am-4:30pm,

Civil War Weekend, 609-898-2300 x18 Night at the Movies, 8:00pm, Kennedy Plaza on Boardwalk at Mississippi Ave, Atlantic City, Raiders of the Lost Ark, 609-344-8338

Monday, Sept. 13

Toddler Time, 11am-11:45am, Ages 1-3. Stories, games and playtime. Galloway Library, Reg. Req. 609-652-2352

Back to School Crafts: 5 Days = 5 Crafts, 2pm-4pm. Ages 7-12. Join us for a series of back-to-school crafts (Mouse Pad). Reg. Req. Â Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Toddler Storytime, 10am-11am, Ages 2-4. Join us for weekly fun, stories, snacks, crafts and games! Reg. Req. Â Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

Back to School Crafts: 5 Days = 5 Crafts,

2pm-4pm. Ages 7-12. Join us for a series of backto-school crafts (Earth-Friendly Lunch Bag). Reg. Req. Â Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Toddler Time, 10:30am-11:00am, Age 2-3, Stories and activities for toddlers. Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

Wednesday, Sept. 15 Baby Basics Course, 10:00am, An introduction to parenthood for expectant parents, adoptive parents, grandparents and caregivers. AtlantiCare, Mainland Campus, Reg. Req. 888-569-1000 Preschool Storytime, 1:30pm-2:30pm, Ages 3 ½ - 5. Stories, crafts and activities. Reg. Req. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352

Toddler and Mom Tea & Social Hour,

4:00pm–5:00pm, AtlantiCare LifeCenter, Egg Harbor Township, NJ, Positive and Discipline, Celebrate the moments of motherhood while connecting with other moms. Free. 888-569-1000

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Book Adventures: School Kids & Books, 4pm-5pm, Grades 1-6, Crafts & activities based on popular kids books. Bi-weekly meetings. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352

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Back to School Crafts: 5 Days = 5 Crafts,

Preschool Story Time, 10:30am-11:15am, Ages 3-5, Stories and activities for preschoolers. Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244 Teen Volunteer Meeting, 5pm-6pm, Ages 13-18, Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

Creative Crafts: Backpack Buddies,

Thursday, Sept. 16

2pm-4pm, Ages 7-12, Join us for a series of back-to-school crafts (Locker Mirror). Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

6:30pm-7:30pm, Ages 5 and up, (Young children may need help from an adult.) Materials provided. Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Take a Chance Learn to Dance, 6pm-7:30pm, Age 6 and up, Learn popular line dances like the Electric Slide and the Cupid Shuffle from local line dance instructor Monica Smith.  Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352

Paws to Read with Barbara and Luke,

4pm-4:30pm, Open to kids of all ages. Read with Barbara and Luke from Intermountain Therapy Animals. Read to Luke, the therapy dog. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Teen Meet / YA Group, 6pm-7:45pm, Ages 12 and up. Meet to talk, hang, or play the library‘s games. A Wii and DVD player available. Bring your own laptop, board or video games & movies. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614

Family Game Day/Night, 4:30pm-6pm, Play our board games or bring your own; Brigantine Library, 609-266-0110 Teen Meet, 6pm-7pm, Age 13 & older. Teens meet to discuss volunteer opportunities at the library, discuss books & play games. Egg Harbor Township Library, 609-927-8664 Preschool Storytime, 1:30pm-2:30pm, Ages 3 ½ - 5. Stories, crafts & activities. Reg. Req. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352

Back to School Crafts: 5 Days = 5 Crafts,

2pm-4pm, Ages 7-12. Join us for a series of backto-school crafts (Decoupage tie-dye book cover). Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Pre-School Storytime, 12:30-1:30pm, Ages 3½ to 5, Weekly fun, stories, crafts, snacks & games! Reg. Req.  Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

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Friday, Sept 17

Back to School Crafts: 5 Days = 5 Crafts,

2pm-4pm, Ages 7-12. Join us for a series of back-to-school crafts (Lunch money locket). Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Baby Time, 10:30am-11am, Ages 6-23 months; registration required. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244 Fall Farmers Market, 8am–1pm, 9th & Asbury Ave, Ocean City, 609-698-4662

Saturday, Sept. 18

Pleasantville Playas Chess Club Meeting, 4:30pm-7pm. Ages

8 and up. Practice your chess game or learn how to play. Chess games open to all, chess club team is for third through eight graders. Chess Club members/attendees will be served pizza and receive homework help. Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352 Little Listeners, 10am-11am, Ages 3 and under. Early literacy activities -- songs, rhymes, fingerplays. Reg. Req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614

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5th Annual Zak’s 5K Run, 6th St. and Boardwalk, OC, Reg. begins at 7:30am and the race begins at 9am. Proceeds benefit medical research for Hunter Syndrome. Visit zaksrun.org Safe Kids Car Seat Check-Up, 9am– 1pm, Action Auto Body, Hammonton, Sponsored by AtlantiCare, South Jersey Traffic Safety Alliance, Atlantic and Cape May Counties Sherriff’s Office and the Delaware River Bay Authority, No reg. req. Safe Kids Car Seat Check-Up, 9:00am– 1:00pm, Burke Chevrolet, Cape May Courthouse, Sponsored by AtlantiCare, South Jersey Traffic Safety Alliance, Atlantic and Cape May Counties Sherriff’s Office and the Delaware River Bay Authority, No registration required.

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Kids Crafts-Clay Critters, 1:30pm-2:30pm.

Ages 3-5 and 6-12, Registration req. Brigantine Library, 609-266-0110 Learn to Play Chess, 12-4pm. Open to kids of all ages. Reg. req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Ready, Set, Read! 10:30am-11am. Ages 3-5. Beginning literacy activities -- songs, rhymes, counting, letter recognition. Reg. Req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Make it a CRAFTERNOON! 11:30am12:30pm. Ages 6 and older. Reg. Req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614

Creative Sparks: Magical Creatures,

1pm–2pm, Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, Ages 6-12. 609-652-8848 Firemen’s Parade, 1pm, Starts at Crocus Rd in Wildwood Crest, travels on New Jersey Ave ending at Eighth Ave. in North Wildwood. Boardwalk Fall Family Fun Fest, 9am –6pm, Ocean City, craft show, face painters, Bands, Pony Rides at 11th St. Wings and Water Festival, 10am – 5pm, The Wetlands Institute, 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd. Stone Harbor; 609-368-1211 Ocean City Airport Festival, 10am – 3pm, 26th & Bay Ave., Ocean City, Unusual airplanes from WWII to Classics and Warbirds, 609-525-9223

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events Sunday, Sept. 19

Boardwalk Fall Family Fun Fest, 9:00am–

6:00pm, Ocean City, craft show, face painters, Bands, Pony Rides at 11th St. Boardwalk Aerobatic Airshow, 1:00pm – 3:00pm, 6th – 14th Sts, Ocean City, Stunt pilots and aerobatic champions, 609-525-9300

Wings and Water Festival, 10am – 5pm, The Wetlands Institute; 1075 Stone Harbor Blvd. Stone Harbor; 609-368-1211

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events Monday, Sept. 20

Pizza and a Movie, 6pm-8pm. Ages 6-12. Enjoy a slice of pizza while watching a movie. Somers Point Library, 609-927-7113

Tuesday, Sept. 21 Toddler Storytime, 10am-

11am Ages 2-4. Join us for weekly fun, stories, snacks, crafts and games! Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Toddler Time, 10:30am-11am, Age 2-3, Stories and activities for toddlers. Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 25-26

Margate Fall Funfest By The Bay

Amherst Ave. between Decatur and Coolidge 609-822-1129

Noyes Museum/Richard Stockton College of NJ: Make a Difference Day,

10:00am – 4:00pm, Join us at Stockton’s Make A Difference Day and help make BONES for the One Million Bones Project (onemillionbones.org) 609-652-8848 Harry Potter Trivia, 6pm-7pm, Age 9 and up, Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Preschool Storytime, 1:30pm-2:30pm, Ages 3½ - 5. Stories, crafts and activities. Reg. Req. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352

Noyes Museum/Richard Stockton College of NJ: Make a Difference Day,

10:00am – 7:00pm, Join us at Stockton’s Make A Difference Day and help make BONES for the One Million Bones Project (onemillionbones.org) 609-652-8848

Teen Meet / YA Group, 6pm-8pm; Age 12

and up. Hang out, relax, have fun, play games and check out our latest manga and young adult books. WiFi available. Snacks provided by the library. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Movie Night, 5pm-7:30pm; Ages 8 and up. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (in honor of International Literacy Day) Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352

Paws to Read with Barbara and Luke,

4pm-4:30pm, Open to kids of all ages. Read with Barbara and Luke from Intermountain Therapy Animals. Read to Luke, the therapy dog. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614

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Preschool Story Time, 10:30am-11:15am, Ages 3-5, Stories and activities for preschoolers. Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244 Teen Club Meeting, 5pm-6pm, Ages 13-18, Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

Thursday, Sept. 23

Post Partum Wellness Group, 10:00am, AtlantiCare, Mainland Campus, Provides support, resources and an open forum for women to discuss being a new mom. 888-569-1000 Noyes Museum/Richard Stockton College of NJ: Make a Difference Day,

10:00am–4:00pm, Join us at Stockton’s Make A Difference Day and help make BONES for the One Million Bones Project (onemillionbones.org) 609-652-8848 Preschool Storytime, 1:30pm-2:30pm; Ages 3 ½ - 5. Stories, crafts & activities. Reg. Req. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352 Pre-School Storytime, 12:30pm-1:30pm, Ages 3½ to 5. Weekly fun, stories, crafts, snacks & games! Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

Luscious Libations for Absecon Lighthouse, 6pm–8pm, Steve & Cookies by the

Bay, Margate; $60, 609-449-1360

Pleasantville Playas Chess Club Meeting, 4:30pm-7pm. Ages 8 and up. Practice your chess game or learn how to play. Chess games open to all, chess club team is for 3rd — 8th graders. Chess Club members/attendees will be served pizza and receive homework help. Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352

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Little Listeners, 10am-11am; Ages 3 and under. Early literacy activities - songs, rhymes, fingerplays. Reg. Req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Pinkalicious Tea Party, sponsored by

AtlantiCare’s Healthy School Initiative and the Stanly Grossman Pediatric Department, 4:30pm – 6:00pm, Rams Head Inn – Grand Ballroom, Galloway. Stories & activities for your little princess. Presentation for adults. Tiaras and pink encouraged. $45 for adult/child pair, $25 each additional guest. To reserve your space, call 888-569-1000

events Meet the Seeing Eye Dogs, 1:30am-

3:30pm, Love dogs? Discover the rewards in helping seeingeye.com & meet the puppies. Mays Landing Library, Ages 3-6, Reg. Req. 609-625-2776 x6304

Learn to Play Chess, 12noon-4pm. Open to kids of all ages. Registration required. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Sunset Lake Seafarers Celebration,

Asbury Ave, Ocean City, 609-698-4662

9:00am–6:00pm, New Jersey Ave between Ramber and Miami Rds, Wildwood, crafters, food vendors, family entertainment, live music, children’s activities and much more. Beachfront fireworks show at 9:00pm. FREE 609-523-0202

Saturday, Sept. 25

Sunday, Sept. 26

Friday, Sept 24

Fall Farmers Market, 8:00am–1:00pm, 9th &

Margate Fall Funfest By The Bay, Amherst

Margate Fall Funfest By The Bay, Amherst Ave. between Decatur and Coolidge 609-822-1129

Pokémon Club, 1:30pm-3pm, Ages 7-16;

Corvette Show, 11:30am–4pm, 6th–10th Sts, Ocean City, Over 350 cars exhibited, Raindate Oct. 3rd. 609-457-0081

Ave. between Decatur and Coolidge 609-822-1129 registration required. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

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events Monday, Sept. 27

kids eat free! SUNDAYS Moe’s Southwest Grill (1pm-8pm) get

one free kids meal per paying adult meal.

TUESDAYS

Pizza Hut (5pm-8pm) Up to three kids

can get a personal pan pizza and drink each for FREE when the table orders a medium or large pizza.

Toddler Time, 11am-11:45am, Ages 1-3. Stories, games and playtime. Reg. Req. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352 Family Movie Night @ the Library

6pm-8pm, Age 8 and up. Younger if accompanied by an adult. Join us for a G/PG rated family movie with popcorn & refreshments. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

Tuesday, Sept. 28

Toddler Storytime, 10am-11am Ages 2-4.

Denny’s (4pm-10pm) one free kids meal per paying adult meal plus Free Face Painting 5pm-8pm.

Join us for weekly fun, stories, snacks, crafts and games! Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264

Mays Landing Diner free meal from

children’s menu, with one paying adult meal per child.

Toddler Time, 10:30am-11am, Age 2-3. Stories and activities for toddlers. Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

WEDNESDAYS

Wednesday, Sept. 29

meal per paying adult meal

1:30pm-2:30pm, Ages 3 ½ - 5. Stories, crafts and activities. Galloway Library, Reg. Req. 609-652-2352

TGI Fridays All Day, Get one free kids

FRIDAYS IHOP Kids eat free 4pm -10 pm. Get one free kids meal per paying adult meal (drink not included)

SATURDAYS

Denny’s (4pm-10pm) one free kids meal per paying adult meal plus Free Face Painting 5pm-8pm. Offers are subject to change. We recommend that you call ahead and verify that these offers are still valid.

Denny’s: 335 Tilton Rd, Northfield - 677-9400

242 E White Horse Pike, Galloway - 404-9003

TGI Fridays: Shore Mall - 484-0999 Pizza Hut: 6825 Tilton Rd, EHT, 641-2499

335 E White Horse Pike, Galloway, 748-0332

Moe’s Southwest Grill:

4215 BHP, Mays Landing, 569-1114

IHOP: 4618 BHP, Mays Landing, 484-8687 Mays Landing Diner: Rt 40, Mays Landing, 625-5051

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Preschool Storytime: First Session,

Book Adventures: School Kids & Books,

4pm-5pm, Grades 1-6, Crafts & activities based on popular kids books. Bi-weekly meetings. Registration recommended. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352

Storytime & Craft, 10:30am-11:30am, Ages 3-5. Enjoy stories & simple crafts. Mays Landing Library, Reg. Req. 609-625-2776 x6304 Paws to Read with Barbara and Luke,

4pm-4:30pm; Open to kids of all ages. Read with Barbara and Luke from Intermountain Therapy Animals. Read to Luke, the therapy dog. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614

Teen Meet / YA Group, 6pm-7:45pm. Ages 12 and up. Meet to talk, hang, or play the library‘s games.A Wii and DVD player available. Bring your own laptop, board or video games & movies. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Preschool Story Time, 10:30am-

11:15am, Ages 3-5, Stories and activities for preschoolers. Reg. Req. Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

Teen Book Discussion, 5pm-6pm, Ages 1318, (Teen Room). Vineland Public Library, 856-794-4244

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Thursday, Sept. 30

Little Listeners, 10am-11am; Ages 3 and under. Early literacy activities -- songs, rhymes, fingerplays. Reg. Req. Ventnor Library, 609-823-4614 Preschool Storytime, 1:30pm-2:30pm; Ages 3½-5. Stories, crafts & activities. Reg. Req. Galloway Library, 609-652-2352 Pre-School Storytime, 12:30pm-1:30pm, Ages 3½ to 5. Weekly fun, stories, crafts, snacks & games! Reg. Req. Hammonton Library, 609-561-2264 Playtime at the Library, 10-11am, Ages 6 months-36 months. Simple stories & games. Mays Landing Library, Reg. Req. 609-625-2776 x6304 Storytime at the Library, 1:30pm-2:30pm, Ages 3-5. Enjoy stories & simple crafts. Mays Landing Library, Reg. Req. 609-625-2776 x6304 Pleasantville Playas Chess Club Meeting, 4:30pm-7pm. Ages 8 and up. Practice your chess game or learn how to play. Chess games open to all, chess club team is for third through eight graders. Chess Club members/attendees will be served pizza and receive homework help. Pleasantville Library, 609-652-2352

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Reading The Signs How to know when your child is having difficulty reading “Why am I so dumb, Mommy?” That was the question that drove one local mother (who we’ll call “Michelle”) into action. Throughout kindergarten and first grade, Michelle’s daughter, Britney, was a happy and easygoing child. She enjoyed her friends and looked forward to school each day. She loved reading books about animals. “Things started to change about five or six weeks into second grade,” said Michelle. “She had tummy problems and headaches when it was time to board the bus.” Additionally, she noticed that Britney no longer came home full of news of her day, both social and educational. “I requested a meeting with her teacher and asked appropriate questions,” stated Michelle. Her teacher assured me that Britney was doing fine and that all children do not learn at the same rate. “I continued to try to help her by getting her books that were appropriate for the second grade…to my amazement, she was only reading common words, but could not sound out an unfamiliar word.” Michelle asked that the Child Study Team evaluate Britney, and by the end of second grade, it was clear that her daughter was not reading on grade level. So, at the beginning of third grade, her daughter was to receive extra help. “I did not know what to do, so I accepted what was offered by her school,” said Michelle. Why does this happen? What should a parent do to keep this from happening? We asked Mrs. Georgiana Wood, a retired special education teacher of 25 years who now works as an educational consultant to school systems while maintaining a private tutoring service in her office for 12 children a week, ages 6 through 17.

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“First of all, let’s not play the blame game,” states Wood. “Teachers and administrators want to help your children. Increasing class sizes, no paraprofessional staff, and dwindling school budgets present challenges to the classroom teacher,” she adds. “But, I also understand that knowing this does not help your child to read. Parents should be assured that the majority of children learn to read with no problems. For most, the reading programs that the schools utilize are sound and research-based.” A few children, however, do not learn to read like their peers. Mrs. Wood advises that your child may need extra help if he or she exhibits the following signs: • Slow to speak as a baby • Has a very limited vocabulary — cannot answer in sentences • Does not like school • Asks you to do his or her work for them • Spells with no sense of phonics (can’t sound out the sounds of the letters)

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• Misreading the letters b, d, p, q (This may just be a maturity issue, but if it persists, it needs to be addressed.) • Does not like to read anything • Does not sound out unfamiliar words or does not have word-attack skills Mrs. Wood explains that some children are excellent at memorizing what educators call “sight words.” These are the most commonly used words, such as the, because, said, etc. Most reading texts in the early grades are written with many of these words. A struggling child who is a good listener and has memorized many of these words will go unnoticed until the first achievement tests are given at the end of second or third grade or when they are asked to read social studies or science texts on their own. Most of all reading in the primary grades is done together as a group. “Today, most children can read by the end of first or second grade,” says Georgiana. “If it is in your budget, have your child tutored in the summer after kindergarten if he or she does not know the letter sounds, and after first grade if he or she cannot read most one-syllable words. If the problem still exists atthe beginning of second grade, ask the school for help. Remember, little holes in reading eventually will cause the misreading of words and eventually comprehension problems.” In extreme cases where the child has a reading disability and has been evaluated by the Child Study Team, a special reading program should be used. They are special because these programs are multi-modal, meaning that they use the child’s sense of hearing, sight, and feeling: they are hands-on. Mrs. Wood likes to use three different programs in her office: Project Read, by Language Circle, for the little ones who have an average or above-average IQ; Wilson Reading Program, by Barbara Wilson, for the third-grade-and-up students with an average or aboveaverage IQ; and for any student with a

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below-average IQ, she uses The Stevenson Language Skills Program, by Nancy and Bill Stevenson. The Stevenson program teaches a child how to read without all the phonics rules. It is very visual and has been successful with even the most severe reading challenges. These are her personal choices, but Georgiana acknowledges that there are many more programs available to teachers. “Just make sure that you do not keep giving a child more of the same program that has been unsuccessful. Parents cannot choose what reading program the school uses with his or her child, but they can ask for a change of program if progress is not being made. The program used should match the child’s learning profile.” This discussion would take place at a Child Study Team meeting. Georgiana is currently employed by school systems to provide continuing educational workshops for teachers. She also does private tutoring in her office in Manasquan. If you would like more information, visit www.georgiewood.net.

Dissatisfied with your child’s performance on the: t NJ ASK t Terra Nova Achievement Test t SSAT t PSAT t SAT? Take advantage of the summer to boost his or her skills. Private tutoring available with experienced professional of 30 years. She will diagnose and remediate specific areas of weakness.

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Soon millions of teary-eyed parents will send their wide-eyed teens off to college for the first time. As the car pulls away, parents reflect with nostalgia as their children embark on the next adventure in their lives. Preparing college-bound teens for life away from home can be an anxious and task-filled time. While many parents will be teaching and reminding their teens about diet, laundry and personal safety, they too frequently forget the important subject of car care and repairs before sending their teen and vehicle off to college. Because the teen’s vehicle is usually maintained by someone else while they are living at home, many college students neglect basic points of car care needed to keep both the student and car safe. Before students start heading off to dorm rooms across the nation AAA encourages parents to review four main areas about properly maintaining a vehicle and preparing for the unexpected Check and Maintain Tires: • Make sure young drivers have a tire pressure gauge in their vehicle, know where it is and how to use it. Maintenance: • Regularly scheduled maintenance on a vehicle • Make sure the owner’s manual is in the glove box of the vehicle. • Point out the current mileage of the car and at what mileage mark it’s time to perform maintenance again

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Find a Repair Facility Near College: • •

Help teens identify an auto repair shop they can trust near their school in case an unexpected repair is needed. If unfamiliar with the area around the college, look for a AAA Approved Auto Repair facility. As a free public service for all motorists, AAA inspects auto repair shops around the country and only approves those that meet and continually maintain high professional standards for equipment, customer service, cleanliness and training.

Prepare for Roadside Emergencies: • Make sure the teen’s vehicle has a well-stocked roadside emergency kit including: flashlight, extra batteries, jumper cables, first-aid kit, bottled water, rags or paper towels, tire pressure gauge, blanket, screwdriver, adjustable wrench, and pliers. • In addition to making sure the spare tire is in good condition and properly inflated, be sure the vehicle has a working jack and tire iron. With so many new challenges rising before their children often parents are overwhelmed with fear for their child’s safety. Even the most prepared, experienced and informed driver can have car trouble. For many parents these fears are compounded by the fact that their teen will be driving their cars miles away from home without the safety-net of parental help just a phone call away.

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Liz Giordano, office manager of MidAtlantic Northfield suggest the best gift a parent can give their college bound kiddo is a AAA membership. “Not only will the membership be a valuable aid to the student, but it offers piece of mind for the parents as well,” says Liz. “When children drive out-of-state and there is no adult nearby, AAA is always there to help them.” Most people are aware of the value of a AAA membership during roadside emergencies, but many people don’t know about the many other benefits AAA members enjoy. College students will certainly appreciate the many money savings offers exclusive to AAA members including: personalized travel assistance, shopping discounts, reduced movie and theme-park tickets, and Member Exclusive Benefits when they plan their Spring Break vacations with AAA and AAA’s Diamond Elite Partners, including Walt Disney World.

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Family Directory Jersey Shore

Birthday Parties BounceU

750 W. Delilah Rd., Pleasantville (609) 407-0088 • www.bounceu.com Jersey Shore Children’s Museum Shore Mall, EHT, (609) 645-7741 www.childrensmuseumsinnj.com

McDonald’s

Covenant House Atlantic City

Frank Theatres

FACES: Autism Support Network

Gillian’s Wonderland Pier

929 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City (609) 348-4070 www.covenanthouse.org

PO Box 2341, Ventnor (609) 412-3750 www.faces-autismsupport.org

Family Service Association 3073 English Creek Avenue; Suite 3 Egg Harbor Township (609) 569-0239 • www.fsasj.org

Traa Family McDonald’s www.mcdonalds.com

Petrosh’s Big Top

Jewish Family Service

Steve@petrosh-bigtop.com (609) 804-9805

of Atlantic & Cape May Counties

cleaning services Shore Naturals,

607 N. Jerome Avenue, Margate (609) 822-1108 • www.jfsatlantic.org

Shore Mother’s Club

Professional Eco-Cleaning Services (609) 798-1420 • www.ShoreNaturals.com

Northfield, Linwood, Somers Point, EHT www.shoremothersclub.com

Educational consultant

fun & amusements

Georgiana M.Wood, M.A. 33 Union Ave. Manasquan (732) 341-2384 • (732) 674-1249 geze3@aol.com • www.georgiewood.net

family services/ non-profit The Alcove Center for Grieving Children & Families 950 Tilton Rd, Suite 108, Northfield (609) 484-1133 • www.thealcove.org

Big Brothers/Big Sisters

of Atlantic/Cape May Counties

519 Shore Road, Somers Point (609)653-8250 www.bbbsatlanticcape.org

Boys & Girls Club of AC 317 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Atlantic City (609) 347-2697 • www.acbgc.org

CASA of Atlantic and Cape May Counties 321 Shore Road Somers Point (609) 601-7800 www.atlanticcapecasa.org

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Absecon Lighthouse 31 South Rhode Island Avenue Atlantic City • (609) 449-1360 www.abseconlighthouse.org

Atlantic City Cruises 800 N. New Hampshire Ave Atlantic City • 609-347-7600 www.atlanticcitycruises.com

Atlantic City Aquarium 800 North New Hampshire Ave., Atlantic City • (609) 348-2880 www.acaquarium.com

Camden Aquarium 1 Aquarium Drive, Camden (856) 365-3300 www.adventureaquarium.com

Cape May County Park & Zoo

707 N Rte 9, Cape May Court House (609) 465-5271 www.capemaycountygov.net

Delsea Drive-In

2203 S. Delsea Dr., Vineland (856) 696-0011 • www.delseadrive-in.com

6733 Black Horse Pike, EHT (609) 646-4700 www.franktheatres.com 600 Boardwalk, Ocean City (609) 399-7082 • www.gillians.com

Historic Cold Springs Village 720 Route 9, Cape May (609) 898-2300 • www.hcsv.org

Lucy the Elephant

9200 Atlantic Avenue, Margate (609) 823-6473 • www.lucytheelephant.org

Morey’s Pier

3501 Boardwalk, Wildwood (609) 522-3900 • www.moreyspiers.com

Noyes Museum of Art

Stockton College Summer Arts Camps

733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ (609) 652-8848 • wwwnoyesmuseum.org

Steel Pier Amusement

1000 Boardwalk, Atlantic City (609) 345-4893 • www.steelpier.com

Splash Zone Water Park 3500 Boardwalk, Wildwood (609) 729-5600 www.splashzonewaterpark.com

Storybook Land

6415 Black Horse Pike, EHT (609) 641-7847 • www.storybookland.com

Young’s Skating Center

763 Park Road, Mays Landing (609) 625-1191 • www.youngsskatingcenter.com

Magicians Dr. Funny Bones Magic

You’ll be glad we make housecalls Mays Landing • (609) 433-6980 DrFunnyBone@DrFunnyBonesMagic.com www.DrFunnyBonesMagic.com

Rich Lessig The Great Magician (609) 886-6509 • www.greatmagician.com

Michael Russell Walsh, Conjuror (609) 646-6103 • www.wingedsilver.com

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If you’d like to have your business listed in the Jersey Shore Family directory please call us at (609) 385-0096 x101 or e-mail directory@JerseyShoreFamily.com

restaurants

Hospital

Rainforest Cafe

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center

2201 Boardwalk, Atlantic City (609) 345-5757 www.rainforestcafe.com

Denny’s

242 E. White Horse Pike, Galloway (609) 404-9003 • www.dennys.com

Friendly’s Ice Cream Shop 1003 Tilton Road, Northfield (609) 641-4380 • www.friendlys.com

shopping Atlantic City Outlets, The Walk

1931 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City (609) 872-7002 • www.acoutlets.com

Hamilton Mall

4403 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing (609) 646-8326 www.shophamilton.com

Historic Smithville and Village Greene Moss Mill Rd., and New York Rd., Smithville • (609) 748-6160 www.smithvillenj.com

summer camps Jewish Community Center 501 N. Jerome Ave, Margate (609) 822-1167 • www.jccatlantic.org

Atlantic City Campus 1925 Pacific Ave. • 609-345-4000 Mainland Campus 65 W. Jimmie Leeds, Pomona 609-652-1000 Kessler Campus Emergency Care, Lab, Radiology Satellite Emergency Department Open 24/7 • 600 South White Horse Pike, Hammonton • 609-561-1589 ....................................

Shore Memorial Hospital

1 E. New York Ave. Somers Point (609) 653-3500 • www.shorememorial.org

Pediatric

AtlantiCare/Nemours Children’s Health Program 2500 English Creek Ave. Building 1000, Suite 1001 EHT • 609-641-3700

Family Practice AtlantiCare Physician Group Family Medicine Lighthouse Plaza 459 Route 9 South, Little Egg Harbor 609-296-4014 Hope Medical Commons 210 South Shore Road, Suite 201, Marmora • 609-390-7814 Broadway Square 120 South White Horse Pike, Hammonton • 609-561-4211

swimming lessons

Internal Medicine

Brigantine Aquatic Center

AtlantiCare Physician Group Internal Medicine

3118 Bayshore Avenue Brigantine • (609) 266-7946 www.brigantineaquaticcenter.com

travel AAA Mid-Atlantic 901 Tilton Rd. Northfield (609) 646-6000

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7313 Ventnor Ave., Ventnor • 609-441-2199 9 Broadway, Cape May Crt. House 609-465-2710

AtlantiCare Clinical Associates, Internists

2500 English Creek Avenue, Building 900, Suite 907, EHT 609-407-2310

Oncology

AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute

A Fox Chase Cancer Center Partner

2500 English Creek Avenue, Building 400, EHT. 1-888-569-1000

Urgent Care AtlantiCare Physician Group Urgent Care Centers

Broadway Sq., 120 S. White Horse Pike, Hammonton • 609-407-CARE (2273) Lighthouse Plaza, 459 Rte. 9 S. , Little Egg Harbor • 609-407-CARE (2273) 2500 English Creek Ave., Building 900, Suite 909, EHT 609-407-CARE (2273) Hope Medical Commons 210 South Shore Road, Suite 201, Marmora • 609-407-CARE (2273) Pinewood Plaza 110 East Jimmie Leeds Road Galloway • 609-748-2100

Ob/Gyn

AtlantiCare Physician Group Pavillion OB/GYN 2500 English Creek Ave., Building 200, Suite 214 • EHT • 609-677-7211 120 South White Horse Pike Hammonton • 609-677-7211 407 Shore Road • Somers Point, 609-677-7211

medical services Calabro Chiropractic Wellness Center

Central Square 199 New Road, Suite 53, Linwood (609) 653-9501

Klingert Family Chiropractic Wellness

1319 Old Zion Rd., EHT • (609) 653-1100 www.klingertwellness.com

Dr. Larry & Dr. Scott Fuerman Optometry

Pleasantville Office, 55 E. Bl. Horse Pike, (609) 641-2330 Atlantic City Office, 17 S. New York Ave. (609) 347-2020

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