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publisher’s note Ahh Fall!
The joy of cooler weather and crisp mornings and the stress of the back to school madness is almost over. If you’re family is like ours you are ready to start enjoying some of the great events and attractions that make the Jersey Shore the best place to be in the Fall.This year, make sure you support the Arts, look for the South Jersey Cultural Alliance attractions/performances featured on pages 6 through 9. Did you know November is Diabetes awareness month? Diabetes is a growing epidemic and to shed some light on this growing problem we have a great article from a local mom who has started a much needed support group for kids with Type 1 Diabetes. You’ll also find a great selection of Jersey Shore Family Favorite products, sports sign-ups, and a story about a local Yoga expert who explains how yoga can benefit your family in the article Play, Love,Yoga. As always, we’ve packed this issue full of great things to do in the fall including lists of Halloween attractions and parades... AND Don’t miss the 3rd Annual Virtual Trick or Treat. Enjoy! Follow us on Facebook and join our monthly eNewsletter for the most updated information.
Living with Type 1 Diabetes......... 5 Play. Love. Yoga!.......................... 10
Fall Sports Sign-Ups..................... 12 Fall Happenings.................... 14-17 Cooking with Kids Muffin Tin Mini Pies.................. 18-19 JSF Favorites ................. 20-21
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Living with Type 1 Diabetes Imagine that your child has been dying right in front of you for months…and you had no idea. You couldn’t really tell because they look and act like everyone else, just a bit off. They’ve lost some weight, but they are getting taller. They’ve had stomach aches, but it is flu season. They have been moody, tired, even lazy…but kids can be like that. Then they develop an unquenchable thirst and go to the bathroom constantly. You are told something horrible and life changing…your child has Type 1 Diabetes or T1D. Fast forward to the end of four days in the hospital where you are given the basics: prick their tiny fingers enough to draw blood 6-8 times per day, count every single carbohydrate they are going to eat, then do mathematical calculations to determine how much insulin to inject them with multiple times a day, just to keep them alive. Your family and friends are there for you, but they just don’t get it. Try starting a conversation with, “You should have seen how high my kid was today!” Non-diabetics just don’t get it. But then, you are at a work party telling someone that your child was just diagnosed and they quickly call their friend who also has a T1D and you cry and laugh together on the phone because you live in the same town and your children go to the same school.
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Another day, a mother in a waiting room overhears you and her child has been a T1D for years and she is so comforting to talk to, you exchange numbers to keep in touch. Finally…parents that get it!
For those of you looking for families that “get it”, contact the South Jersey T1Ds. We are a new Type 1 Diabetes Family Support Group based in Egg Harbor Township. Visit our website at www.SouthJerseyT1Ds. com to learn more!
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more summer events sjca.net ForFor more summer events visitvisit sjca.net A New Jersey Non-Profit Corporation
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& TEENS For more summer events CHILDREN visit sjca.net Painting, Drawing, For more summer events visit sjca.net Pottery & Nature
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Discover our amazing WWII aviation history!
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1 Leddon Street • Millville Airport • Millville, NJ 08332
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ImagIne. Create. DIsCover. Come spend the day & play! field trips & workshops! disCovery museum Birthday parties! disCovermore toy store! museum rentals!
2040 Springdale Rd. Cherry Hill, NJ
856-424-1233 www.discoverymuseum.com This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Division of Travel & Tourism/Department of State. SJCA received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.
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Wizard of OZ (MOVIE)
Sunday, Sept. 21 2PM ce
Sunday, Sept. 28 3PM Sound of Music (MOVIE)
Sunday, Dec. 7 3PM + 7PM
A Christmas Carol (PLAY)
Saturday, Dec. 13 3PM Use promo code “shore” for 5% Off Discount Tickets
(856) 327-6400 • www.Levoy.net • 130 N. High Street, Millville NJ 08332 Jersey Shore Family FALL ISSUE 2014 9 2014Fall Issue.indd 9
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Play, Love, Yoga! An extraordinary place for Kids AND Parents During a family yoga class taught by Rosemary Hennessy, one might hear cows mooing in the meadow, frogs croaking or dogs barking at the moon. They’d look in the class and see children, mommies, daddies, and grandparents grazing the field in cow pose, balancing in frog pose or stretching and howling in downward facing dog pose. Play, Love, Yoga! is an extraordinary place for kids and their parents to experience fun, flexibility and focus. Grownups and children play yoga together in energy-releasing and age-appropriate classes. Rosemary says “In our family classes, we create simple, animated poses, games, music, and breathing exercises that help to strengthen coordination and muscles and build body awareness. We meow in cat pose, hiss in cobra and flutter our wings in butterfly, while we take an unforgettable yoga experience! Our inspirational classes encourage children’s natural thirst for knowledge while providing key bonding methods between parents and children.” Offering two types of family classes; Young Yogis - ages strong walkers to six years and Kind Kids – ages six to ten years. A trained Karma Kids Yoga instructor, Rosemary Hennessy starts class with a sing-along song. “Rub your hands, sit up tall, take a deep breath…OM!” Next she’ll do a warm up, a group game to stretch the body, a sun dance and before they know it, they’re off on a yoga adventure! Each fun-filled class includes yoga poses, stories, puppets, music, games, and a sprinkling of gratitude. The children are engaged with animated poses, puppets and songs as they make their way through a yoga journey. The class ends with a relaxation time including foot rubs for the children and children rubbing their grown-ups’ feet if they choose to, followed by the ending sing-a-long: “My little light to shines to your little light, Namaste.”
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Rosemary, mother of two daughters, Jillian and Rebecca, is also the director of Music Together of Galloway and has been working with young children for over twelve years. She knows that young children learn best through play and they learn how to be in the world by watching the models of their parents and loved ones. Whether it’s music, yoga, reading, or any activity, parents and loved ones are a child’s
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most important teacher. The children will pick up behaviors, habits or attitudes about yoga by watching their parents engage in the practice; that is why family yoga is so important. Children gain a lot from practicing the traditional sun dance and various yoga poses. Before every series of classes, Rosemary explains to parents that it is not age-appropriate to expect the children to do everything exactly the way the grown-ups are doing but to trust in their own modelling and know that the children are taking in a lot more than they realize. They participate in their own way, sometimes later on that day or later that week. For instance, just this past Thursday, Rosemary taught a family class and later that day, Katie, Liam’s mommy, messaged her and said, “Liam (18 months) randomly went into cat pose, so she got down on the floor with him and he popped his bottom up, straightened his legs as he moved into downward-facing dog pose, so she followed his lead and did the same. They both
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began giggling right there on the floor in down dog!!” Imagine Liam’s sense of self being the yoga leader! Yoga is a noncompetitive form of exercise that strengthens muscles and flexibility, while building confidence, self-esteem, focus, concentration and a sense of accomplishment. Best of all yoga is a hobby that families can enjoy together! Classes are held in Galloway at the Reformation Lutheran Church on Thursdays mornings at 11:15 and Thursday afternoons at 4:00 and 5:00. The fall series will begin on Sept 25th. For more information, like us on Facebook at Play, Love, Yoga, email at RHmusictogether@gmail.com or call Rosemary Hennessy at 609 748 8309. “Teacher Rosie” is a licensed director, certified Music Together, OrffSchulwerk music teacher, a Karma Kids trained yoga instructor and holds other certificates. She has been a mother for 27 years, working with children for more than 13 years, and practicing yoga for more than 20 years.
Play, Love, Yoga! Experience interactive yoga poses, yoga with songs, stories, games, activities, puppets, visualization and relaxation techniques in this unique bonding adventure. Rosemary Hennessy, a Karma Kids Yoga trained instructor, will lead this child/parent practice (Young Yogis strong walker to 6 yrs and Kind Kids ages 6 to 10 yrs) filled with fun yoga poses and breathing exercises to promote: • Physical Strength, Flexibility, Sensory and Motor Skills • Concentration, Focus and Attention • Inner Strength and Body Awareness • Confidence and Self-esteem • Relaxation and Self-control • A Feeling of Well-being and Respect for Others • Love for One’s Self, Inside and Out
Fun, inspirational classes will encourage a child’s natural thirst for knowledge while providing key bonding methods between parents and children. Thursdays at 11:15am, 4 & 5pm at the Reformation Lutheran Church in Galloway
Reserve your spot today!
(609) 748 8309
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! t r o p S A y a l P Get Out & Atlantic County Athletics
Fall Sports Sign-Ups BASEBALL
South Jersey Field of Dreams
Hamilton Township Township Police Athletic League
1000 Morton Ave., Absecon For physically and mentally disabled children and adults www.southjerseyfieldofdreams.com
PAL Center, Route 50 and 13th Street, Mays Landing, Grades K-12 www.htpalml.org
Jersey Shore Gymnastics Academy
5101 Oakwood Blvd., Mays Landing Open Gym every Friday night 7-9pm www.jerseyshoregymnasticsacademy.com
PAINTBALL Egg Harbor Township Police Athletic League
2590 Ridge Avenue, Egg Harbor Township open to the general public, boys and girls ages 10 and older. www.ehtpal.org
DANCE Egg Harbor Township Police Athletic League
2590 Ridge Avenue, Egg Harbor Township For girls and boys, ages 4 through high school. www.ehtpal.org
Absegami High School, Wrangleboro Rd., Galloway, Grades K-8th www.leaguelineup.com/gallowaywrestling
Hammonton Wrestling Club
Hammonton High School, 566 Old Forks Rd., Hammonton, Grades K-8th www.hammontonwrestling.org
STREET HOCKEY Brigantine Hockey League
4200 Bayshore Ave, Brigantine www.leaguelineup.com/brigantine
Linwood Street Hockey
1210 Wabash Ave., Linwood • Ages 7-15 www.linwoodstreethockey.com
Mays Landing Athletic Association Leipzig Avenue, Cologne • Ages 4-15 home.comcast.net/~mlhockey
Somers Point Hockey Association Bethel Road, Somers Point • Ages 4-15 www.sphockey.com
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It’s time to make some memories at the farm!
2014’s Chick-Fil-A Corn Maze
presented by the First National Bank of Absecon
Sahl’s Father Son Farm
(609) 965-9300 email@example.com
• Corn Maze • Pumpkin Patch • Hayrides • Pig Races • Mini Mazes • Kiddie Koral • Rubber Duck Races • Birthday Parties • Field Trips • And More . . . Ticket Booth Hours: Mon., Tue., Thurs., Fri. 4-7pm Saturday 10am-7pm Closed Sunday and Wednesday September 20th thru November1st
Regular Admission Not to be combined with any other offer
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L L A F SEPTEMBER 7TH
Happenings SEPTEMBER 13TH & 14TH AC Seafood Festival Baderfield, Atlantic City FREE to the public! www.acseafoodfest.com
SEPTEMBER 20TH 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Art in the Park
SEPTEMBER 14TH 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Princess VIP Experience — Salute to the Miss America Pageant! Hamiilton Mall, Mays Landing www.LittleAngelsPrincessEvents.com
Memorial Park corner of Main Street & Rt 50, Mays Landing The Township of Hamilton Historical Society it hosting it’s annual ART and CRAFT show and sale. Bring the entire family out to ART in the PARK. A unique Group of Art and Craft vendor’s along with food vendor’s and games for the kids will make for a fun and interesting day.
SEPTEMBER 27TH & 28TH
11:00 am - 5:00 pm Margate Fall Fun Fest by the Bay
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OCTOBER 4TH & 5TH
Rt. 9 & Moss Mill Rd., Smithville
OCTOBER 10TH, 11TH & 12TH Fri. 4-9pm, Sat 10am -6pm & Sun 10am-5pm
South Jersey Pumpkin Show Salem County Fairgrounds, 735 Harding Hwy(Rt. 50), Woodstown
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September is Breast Cancer Awareness Month www.nationalbreastcancer.org
Start at Mays Landing Presbyterian Church and walk down Main St. with a tour guide. Stop at various places to listen to True tales of ghost & goblins.
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5:00 pm-9:00 pm
Haunted Lighthouse Tours Absecon Lighthouse
Artists, Craftsmen Home Expo
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• GIANT PUMPKIN PYRAMID • BIG PUMPKIN WEIGH-OFF • FESTIVAL FOOD & LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
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L L A F OCTOBER 31ST
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! HALLOWEEN PARADES Oct. 30th at 7 pm Ocean City
Oct. 30th at 6:30 pm Mays Landing Down Main St.
Asbury Ave from 6th St.- 11th St.
Oct. 25th at 1 pm Costume Pet Parade Moss Mill Rd., Smithville
T R I C K or T R E A
See a full list of Trick or Treat tim s at www.jerseyshorefameily .com
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Happenings ... BEWARE Scary EVENTS
SCULLVILLE Volunteer Fire Dept.
“Terror in the Junk Yard” Haunted Hayride & Maze Flemings Junk Yard, 353 Zion Rd, EHT www.scullvillefire.org
Nesco Volunteer Fire Co.
Haunted House & Hayride 3521 Nesco Rd., Hammonton
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November is Diabetes Awareness Month www.diabetes.org
Daylight Savings Ends
For a complete calendar of events visit
NOVEMBER 11 Veteran’s Day List of Parades and events at www.jerseyshorefamily.com
www.jerseyshorefamily.com click on “calendar”
September 27, 2014–January 4, 2015
PLAN YOUR VISIT TODAY!
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Muffin Tin Mini Pies It’s the time of year when much of Jersey’s fresh produce is in peak season. We should celebrate the bounty of local fruits and veggies that are still available. This recipe offers the perfect transition into fall, as the filling for these mini-pies can be changed up with the season (think apples now and pumpkin later). The flexibility also makes it perfect for kids’ preferences.
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Muffn tin mini pies are a fun way to involve your kids in the kitchen, and gets them eating fresh, local produce. The muffin tin method also provides the perfect portable portion that can be stashed in lunch boxes.
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Letâ€™s start with the crust. There are almost as many crust options as there are filling options. You can prepare your favorite pie crust recipe from scratch, and have the kids help roll it out and cut out circles large enough to fully line the cups of a greased muffin tin. An inverted plastic pint container makes the perfect cookie cutter, and is kid-safe. For a time-saving bonus, pre-made pie crusts are an option. To keep it healthy, make sure your pre-made crust is all-natural and free of trans-fats and preservatives. You can also use biscuit dough, which kids can press into the muffin tin cups. Wonton wrappers, which you can pick up in the produce section of the grocery store, are another easy option for a thin, crispy crust. Any combination of your kidsâ€™ favorite fruit are a potential pie filling. Take advantage of the tail-end of blueberry and cherry season, or use local peaches and plums. All you need for the filling are 4-5 cups of chopped fruit (or whole blueberries), a tablespoon of lemon juice, 1/4 to 1/2 cup of sugar (or honey for a healthier alternative), 1/4 teaspoon of salt, and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Add the filling ingredients to a saucepan and cook it down on medium heat, while stirring, until the fruit is soft and the sugar dissolves. Let the mixture cool thoroughly before allowing the kids to spoon it into the muffin cup crusts. Bake in a 375 degree oven until the crust is golden brown and the filling bubbles (around 15 to 20 minutes).
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Recipe provided by Anneliese Kuemmerle
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PaddlePak Back Pack by Trunki
PaddlePak is a water resistant backpack for little explorers. It prevents damp items from leaking through, including any mishaps with juice boxes, and also keeps contents inside dry on fall rainy days especially when puddle jumping. Your teacher will event approve since your homework won’t get wet. It’s also the perfect bag for lunch and gym. PaddlePak will protect your important items no matter what your little one does. We love these cute backpacks. The quality can’t be beat, and the designs are adorable (9 unique designs to choose from) but, they are on the small side, definitely made for toddlers.The bottom “Fin or Flipper” is a “Dry zip pocket” great for trips to the beach or pool. The top of the backpack is a little odd as it rolls shut and then clips with a safety buckle - easy for the little guys to close on their own. Our little guys loved putting there valueables in the “Belly” and then playing with the bag as a toy. Very cool for pre-school or swim bag. — www.trunki.com/paddlepak
Sandwich Shaper by Tovolo
Great for kids who love cutesy shaped food and the parents who love them. The quality of the cutters is fantastic and there are a variety of shapes and themes to choose from. Our little ladies loved the “Lady Bug & Flower” shaper while the boys favored the “Plane & Clouds” theme. We used the cutters for just about every type of cold sandwich we could think of AND grilled cheese... even cut out cookies. Works like a charm. The only problem we found was the overall size of the cutters, it was a little too large for most store bought bread. — www.amazon.com
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Amazing 2 in 1 Laptop/Tablets! Not sure if you want to get a laptop or a tablet... Now you don’t have to choose—get both in one great device. There are many models to choose from... these 2 of the best we’ve tried out.
Inspiron i3147-3750sLV 11.6-Inch by Dell
With the performance of a laptop and versatility of a tablet, this 2-in-1 PC features up to Intel Pentium processors, Windows 8.1 and an 11.6” touch screen. A remarkable 360-degree hinge design lets you flip the keyboard around and lay it flat on your lap to surf social media, swipe through photos or pull up your playlists. Transition the tablet to an upright position so you can play games, scroll through songs, watch movies or follow your favorite recipes while you cook. Watch the news, the game or catch up on your shows with your Inspiron 11 in a hands-free easel position that supports full touch interaction. With a full-sized keyboard, you can chat with friends, reply to emails faster, update family budget spreadsheets or knock out school projects. We love the lightweight design of this product. Super thin but sturdy and well made. Great deal for the price.
Pavilion 11-h110nr 11.6-Inch Detachable 2 in 1 Touchscreen Laptop with Beats Audio byHP
The HP Pavilion 11-h110nr x2 Notebook 2-in-1 design adapts to your busy life. Write e-mails, do homework and create projects on a notebook. Then easily detach the touchscreen display for a tablet that keeps you connected. With dual cameras and Beats Audio, count on great features for a great value. Plus, HP SimplePass remembers your passwords, so you get to the good stuff faster. What we liked most? The detachable screen click back into place easily with magnetic connections allows you to switch from tablet to laptop with a click. The speed of the processor is also impressive and allowed us to run every program needed to run a small business. —— www.amazon.com
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The Township of Hamilton Historical Society is hosting its annual Arts and Craft Show and Sale SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Memorial Park located in downtown Mays Landing at the corner of Main Street and Route 50 Bring the entire family out to enjoy a variety of Craft Vendors, Food and Games for the Kids! Vendor space is still available For information contact Cheryl at (609) 625-1598
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Designed for parents by parents. Whether you live or vacation in South Jersey, Jersey Shore Family is the best resource for all your family'...
Published on Aug 24, 2014
Designed for parents by parents. Whether you live or vacation in South Jersey, Jersey Shore Family is the best resource for all your family'...