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Jersey Shore Family School Resource Guide 2015






Jersey Shore Family SSchool Resource Guide HOPHA M I LT O N . C O M 2015

publisher’s note I don’t know about you but I sure am looking forward to Spring. This issue will put you in the mood with events to get you out and about this March, April & May. In this issue you will find our Annual School Resource Guide. We think it is important to make an educated decision for your child’s education. That is why we put together this easy guide of the best schools in the area— Jersey Shore Family Approved! It’s time to start thinking about summer... check out Part 1 of the JSF Summer Camp Guide. In each issue we take a look at some of the exciting and exceptional things the Jersey Shore has to offer. In this issue we focus on Bayada Pediatrics and their amazing commitment to excellence, we’re sure you’ll be impressed. Don’t forget Earth Day is coming up in April, check out the eco-fabulous activities and events lined up for ACUA’s Earth Day celebration. Is your child a picky eater? We know what that’s like. What’s the secret? Experts give their advise on how to get kids to eat more fruit and veggies. Did you know you can celebrate Mother’s Day at the Jersey Shore for FREE? Don’t miss the Top 10 list of fun things to do with Mom in this issue. Drop me an email and tell me how we are doing or even what you would like to see in the next issue. All of our past issue are online and our website has the best community resources like, kids eat free, trip ideas and more. Visit JerseyShoreFamily.com.



School Directory................................ 5-7

8 Expert Advice for Healthy Eating.......... 10-11 Spring Events................................. 12-15 Bayada Pediatrics Committment............... 16 Book Review....................................... 18 JSF Favorites........................................ 19 Celebrate Earth Day..................... 20-21 Places to take Mom on Mothers Day..... 22 Summer Camp Directory........................

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NEW Gallery Exhibition Opens April 1

“Poetry In Glass: The Art of Paul J. Stankard”

NEW Museum Exhibitions Open May 1

“Emanation: Art + Process” “Creativity Ascertained: The Art of the Fellowship”

Programs and Events

Paws For Art April 12 Free Admission Eco Fair May 2 Free Admission GlassWeekend ’15 June 13 + 14

April—December Open Tues.—Sun. 10am—5pm 856.825.6800 Millville, NJ


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School directory Club Z! Tutoring Service 501 Butter Road, Palermo

609-390-5717 [main #], 465-0062, 625-8559, (800) 708-8867

www.clubztutoring.com Tutoring one on one in home or public library, all grades and all subjects. Qualified/Certified teachers. Serving all of Atlantic, Cape May, and Ocean Counties.

staff are dedicated to providing our students with the best educational opportunities possible. With nearly 55 years of academic excellence, our school fosters a spirit of caring that provides our Pre K 3 through 8th grade students a competitive educational environment while maintaining respect, values and morals of yesterday!

Assumption Regional Catholic School 146 South Pitney Road, Galloway

(609) 652-7134

www.arcsgalloway.org We are committed to helping CREATE, INSPIRE, and NURTURE an environment that embraces GOSPEL VALUES, and meets the academic needs of each student for the growth of our school community. Our certified teachers and

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Beginners First Academy

1201 Boulevard Route 50, Weymouth


We are a full service child care center where the staff has pledged to “PUT CHILDREN FIRST”. A day will be full of learning and fun, centered around a safe and nurturing environment. Flexible scheduling for all ages & families.

www.purplecrayonec.com info@purplecrayonec.com

Educational Preschool Program for Children Ages 2 1/2 - 5

OUR PROGRAM • State Certified Teachers • Half day, Full day, and Extended Hours • Weekly focus on literacy, math, sciences, and foreign language • Enrichment Classes including Yoga, Cooking, & Music • Half day Kindergarten Enrichment Program • Exciting Summer Camp Program


501 N. Jerome Avenue, Margate

609-822-1167, Ext. 130


We have moved to a brand new facility! 303 Central Avenue, Suite 5 Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 609-365-8877

Katz JCC Early Childhood Education Center www.jccatlantic.org

The Katz JCC Early Childhood Education Center provides a place for children from infant to kindergarten to learn, develop friendships and be engaged in a unique high-quality educational setting that not only delivers results but offers an enhanced education with swim classes in an indoor pool, planned activities in a full-sized gym and expansive outdoor recreation facility, computer classes and hands-on science classes in an interactive nature and science room. Programs include infant and toddler, two-year old, preschool and kindergarten. Hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

KidAcademy Learning Center 101 Morton Ave., Absecon

(609) 646-3435, (609) 383-1036 www.kidacademy.com

KidAcademy Learning Center offers a High Reach Curriculum which focuses on a monthly theme. Each month the children will enjoy learning academically through hands on activities as well as doing daily art, science, cooking and physical education. Our program offers qualified degreed teachers and a state of the art facility. We have programs for ages 6 weeks to 12 yrs.

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400 S.Chew Road, Hammonton


www.readpreschool.com R.E.A.D. Preschool has been meeting the educational needs of children in the Hammonton community for over 30 years. Our approach to learning is built on a core principle of understanding where individual children are developmentally in order to help them reach their full potential. We build a foundation of care and support for each child in order to foster creativity, encourage social development, promote exploration, and cultivate a love for learning. Join our Facebook to see weekly activities.

The Purple Crayon Enrichment Center

303 Central Ave., Suite 5, Egg Harbor Township 609-365-8877 www.purplecrayonec.com The Purple Crayon Enrichment Center is an educational preschool and Kindergarten Enrichment program for children ages 2 ½-6 years old. We create a program for each child that is as unique as the children themselves.

Toddler Town, LLC

425 South Egg Harbor Road, Hammonton 609-561-7300 A state licensed child care center that accepts children 6wks-6yrs. Hours of operation are M-F, 6:30am-6pm. Very reasonable rates and will accommodate flexible schedules.

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400 S. Chew Rd., Hammonton

609-567-3321 www.camptuscaloosa.com Daily activities include archery, dance, swimming, arts & crafts, golf, paddle tennis, dodge ball, fun themed days and much more. Children 3 1/2 to 14. 3 sessions available. 2, 3, 4, or 5 day programs available. Join our Facebook to see weekly activities.

Great Times Day Camp

223 Ehrke Rd., Waterford Works

609-567-2166 www.greattimesdaycamp.com Great Times is the perfect answer to your summer childcare needs. Our staff consists of state certified teachers who provide a safe and caring environment for our campers, ages 3 to 15. Campers are provided daily swim lessons in our 2 in-ground pools, as well as arts & crafts, horseback riding, and a full sports program. Also included at NO extra charge, door to door transportation, hot daily lunches, weekly field trips to exciting places, and extended hours options. Give your child the summer experience they will never forget at a price you can afford.


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Expert Advice on Enticing Kids to Eat Their Fruits and Vegetables As many parents know, kids can be picky eaters. And according to a recent study, moms are concerned that their kids aren’t eating enough fruits and vegetables. “We found that moms understand the health benefits of fruits and vegetables but struggle to get their family to eat them,” said Elizabeth Pivonka, Ph.D., RD, president and CEO, Produce for Better Health Foundation. “Today, Americans


are currently eating less than half of the recommended cups of fruits and vegetables each day.” To better understand the situation, the Produce for Better Health Foundation conducted its annual research on “Moms’ Attitudes and Beliefs Related to Fruit & Vegetable Consumption.” The study found: • Ninety percent agree that a diet that includes fruits and vegetables may help their child avoid obesity. • Ninety percent agree that a diet with more fruits and vegetables promotes their family’s overall health and may prevent disease, now and in the future. • Ninety percent

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agree that a diet that includes fruits and vegetables may help promote well-being of mind and body. • Eighty-nine percent agree that more fruits and vegetables plus more physical activity means the family can be at its best. There’s been a steady improvement over time in the level of ease moms reported regarding their ability to access fruits and vegetables for their families at restaurants and quickservice restaurants. Setting out a fruit bowl, having vegetables cut up and ready to eat in the refrigerator, and finding ways to hide produce in other foods are some of the ways to get more fruits and vegetables into a family’s diet. The research also found Families looking for ways to incorporate that kids tend to eat more produce when more fruits and vegetables in their meals they are involved in the growing, selecting can go to www.morematters.org to find and preparing of food. To get kids more delicious recipes and additional tips. involved, Pivonka provided these tips: 1. Let kids get involved in planning meals for the week and challenge them to find ways to make sure a fruit and vegetable are included in each meal. Remember, canned, frozen and dried fruits or vegetables, in addition to fresh, are all great options! 2. Get kids involved in using produce to make juices or smoothies. It can be a fun activity for kids to use a blender or juicer to show them there are other ways to eat your fruits and vegetables. 3. Teach kids about produce that’s in season and how to select the best produce. Take them to a farmer’s market to talk with growers. This also provides a great opportunity to try new produce they didn’t know they enjoyed. 4. Starting a backyard garden can be a great way to get kids interested and involved. Monsanto, through its Seminis Home Garden division, is working to make growing backyard produce more accessible for busy families by creating seed varieties that are easy to grow.

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G N I R SP Show your Bank of America credit or debit card and photo ID for FREE ADMISSION to WheatonArts during the first full weekend of every month in 2015. www.wheatonarts.org


March 2, 3-5:30pm

SALUTE TO DR. SEUSS Atlantic County Library System Mays Landing, 40 Farragut Avenue Suggested for ages 3½-11. Enjoy our Dr. Seuss collection of books and activities from 3-4:30, then watch a movie about the importance of saving our trees.

March 17, 2015

St. Patricks Day Parades

March 21, 1-5pm

North Wildwood, Atlantic Ave.

March 14 - Parade begins at 11:30 AM

Atlantic City, Boardwalk


Atlantic Christian School, 391 Zion Road, Egg Harbor Township

March 14 - Parade begins at 1 PM

Sea Isle, Landis Ave.

March 14 - Celebration starts at 3:30 PM

March 15, 10am-2pm

Kids Sports & Fitness Festival

March 28, 1:30p

Katz JCC, 501 N. Jerome Avenue, Margate Sports clinics, health screenings and sportsrelated injury discussions, sporting equipment sales and demos, sign-ups for local sports teams, and children’s activities.


Steel Pier’s Easter Egg Hunt

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Happenings Happy Easter April 5


April 26, 10am - 4pm


Rain or Shine ACUA Environmental Park 6700 Delilah Road, Egg Harbor Twp.

Bubbles for Autism Day

Earth Day Festival

Pancake Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Steel Pier


Easter Egg Hunt

Rotary Park, Egg Harbor City Children up to age 9 are invited to hunt for eggs, meet with the Easter Bunny, and find the special eggs for an extra prize.

April 4

Easter Bunny Breakfast at Fred and Ethel’s


Best Dressed Easter Contest Easter Bunny arrivess and will give away goodies Steel Pier


Easter Parade

Begins at Smithville in at 1:00pm

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May 2

Captain Kidd Pirate Day

May 9&10, 10am-6pm

Millville Wheels and Wings Air Show Admission $15/$10 child

Pirate costume parade begins on 26th & the Boardwalk at 11 a.m. Treasure hunt to follow at 19th & beach, North Wildwood for children ages 12 and under. Prizes include cash, bikes, weekend stays, gift cards and more.

May 9

Smithville May 10

May 2

Eco Fair WheatonArts

Artful Living, Hand Made and Home Grown.

MAY 2 & 3

Renaissance Faire Smithville

Travel back to the days of yore and merry olde England as the historic village of Smithville is transformed into the Shire of Smithville in the heart of the English Renaissance. Fun for the whole family including comedy, tragedy, sword fighting, dance, song, knights, jesters and so much more. Stroll amongst the wares of the local vendors and traveling merchants sporting historical gifts and finely crafted items.


Absecon Lighthouse Mothers Day – Moms Climb Free

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May 15, 9am-12pm

BAYADA Pediatrics 5k Run/ Walk for Make-A-Wish®

Sea Isle City, Boardwalk Promenade, JFK Boulevard and Landis Street Help grant the wishes of children diagnosed with lifethreateningmedical conditions. All proceeds from the race will go to Make-A-Wish® New Jersey. Register online at www.linmarksports.com

MAY 17 & 18

May 25

Memorial Day Parades & Ceremonies at Historic Smithville & Village Greene

Egg Harbor City

Philadelphia Ave., begins at 9:30am Services in Lincoln Park & Egg Harbor City Cemetery

A celebration with crafters, food vendors and music

Stone Harbor

May 17, 11am

Be a Pirate Day Absecon Lighthouse

With The Philadelphia Fight Ensemble, $12 for kids, $6 for adults “The Hunt for the Golden Albatross” at 1:00 pm followed by a Pirate Cruise aboard Atlantic City’s Cruisin One

begins at 12pm Linwood

starting at Poplar Ave., begins at 10:00am Cape May

begins at 11:00am North Wildwood

North Wildwood Veterans Monument begins at 10am

MAY 22- 24

Wildwood International Kite Festival

The largest kite festival in North America taking place on the Beach at Rio Grande Avenue in Wildwood and inside the Wildwoods Convention Center featuring kite makers from around the world flying their most incredible colorful creations. FREE to spectators!

Sea Isle

begins at 10:00am


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BAYADA Pediatrics is committed to excellence training program is taught Matt always wanted to by highly experienced work with children, but he intensive care clinicians started his nursing career and they will make sure in the adult world and that you are prepared for stayed there for a few the challenge and that years. Matt decided it was your skills are validated time to live his dream and Fall in love with before you begin. made the leap to pediatric pediatric home health care home care after he heard • The clinical managers are the best of the about the amazing hands-on education best. They will provide you with continuous and support BAYADA Pediatrics offered to support and communication.  You are not prepare him.  After all, ‘flying without a net” alone when a clinical manager is only a while caring for a sick child at home could be phone call away. a scary proposition.  In order for a nurse to • On the job training and orientation is gain confidence and pediatric skill proficiency, provided by nurses who are familiar with the proper preparation is essential. care of the child to whom you have been BAYADA Pediatrics is committed to excellence assigned.  They will stay by your side at the for its nurses and pediatric clients and their bedside until you are ready to go solo. families.  We want the best care and support •  In the future, you may want to take our available for everyone we serve. Are you, too, Preceptor Training Course.  Once you have as Matt, ready to live your dream?  Here is gained confidence and experience, you how we will make that happen. may want to share your talents with other • The preceptor education program (PEP) nurses.  After all, a preceptor in your past starts you on your way.  You will learn was instrumental in your success.  This is an basic pediatric nursing skills and have the opportunity to “pay it forward.” opportunity to demonstrate that you have • BAYADA Pediatrics offers an expansive mastered each skill before moving on. library of free continuing education modules • The Family Centered Care training is (CEs) to enhance your nursing practice fantastic.  We appreciate the diverse and to help you meet the requirements for culture, unavoidable stressors and unique nursing license renewal. needs of each family we serve. We • As a pediatric nurse, every day you will recognize that even the most skilled touch a life or a life will touch you. Join clinicians may not succeed if they are our expert team of pediatric health care unable to meet the families “where they professionals who are committed to keeping live.”  Pediatric home care provides a nurse children with special needs safe at home. with an opportunity to make a meaningful We have immediate opportunities for all difference in the lives of people who need levels of care, including high-tech nursing us.  Understanding and appreciating clients in Atlantic and Cape May Counties. To and families enables trust to grow. learn about opportunities in pediatric home • The electronic simulation labs are statehealth care, call 609-601-2200. of-the art.  They provide you with safe, stress-free skill training before you ever enter the client’s home.  Our simulation Submitted by educators are all certified trainers Mary Kleva-Chelednik, and they are determined to help you BAYADA Pediatrics succeed. Director • The tracheosotmy and ventilator


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2nd Annual BAYADA Pediatrics 5k Run/Walk for Make-A-Wish® Help grant the wishes of children diagnosed with lifethreatening medical conditions. All proceeds from the race will go to Make-A-Wish® New Jersey. Saturday, May 16 | 9 am – 12 pm Sea Isle City Boardwalk Promenade JFK Boulevard and Landis Street Pre-registration: $25 Race day registration: $30 Register online at www.linmarksports.com. Questions? Call BAYADA Pediatrics at 609-601-2200.

wvww.bayada.com BAYADA specialty practices include Home Health Care, Pediatrics, Hospice, and Habilitation.

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reviews “Cinder” by Marissa Meyer Reviewed by Morgan Pierce

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This book takes the classic fairytale Cinderella and sets it in a future full of robots, political intrigue, a killer plague and an evil Moon Queen determined to rule the Earth! Introducing the futuristic Cinder, a half Cyborg mechanic, who only wants to live a normal life. She slaves away fixing robots for anyone who can pay, including a Prince in disguise! A plague is ravaging the world, killing quickly and with no cure in sight. Cinder’s Stepsister soon becomes ill and her Stepmother sells Cinder to the government to use for testing to help find the cure. Upon arrival, she finds her handsome Prince again! Prince Kai of New Beijing can’t seem to stay away from Cinder and ends up dragging her into the political war between Earth and the Moon Kingdom. While everyone is searching desperately for the cure that will save what’s left of humanity on our planet, Cinder and Kai are also fighting a growing attraction. Will they find the cure in time? Will the Moon Queen succeed in marrying Kai herself and ruling Earth? Will Cinder find out about her mysterious past? Cinder is book one of the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer.

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Interactive Play Mat

by Creative Baby The I-Mat is one of the best gifts we’ve seen this year. It really is an interactive play mat. You click on an animal or object and the pen will name it and then have music or a sound effect. Our kids loved the two games and we were impressed... it has 3 languages. This product is fun and educational! We love it! — $79.95

Twisti Lil’ Buzz Scooter by Razor

Soooo cute! Adorable transportation for the little ones. This is one cute scooter with a very neat design. Kids sit down on the bee and when they twist the handle bars the little bee moves forward. Weight limit of 55 pounds.— $45.79

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Celebrate Earth Day with ACUA The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) will hold its 25th Annual Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 26 from begins at 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., at 6700 Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township. Rain or shine, there are lots of free fun, educational activities for everyone. The celebration has many new exciting events in addition to traditional favorites. Over 100 vendors, crafters and exhibitors will be part of the celebration. “Thanks to South Jersey Gas, and the other Earth Day sponsors, ACUA is able to offer a full-day of environmental entertainment and education for the whole family,” said Rick Dovey, ACUA President. “One of the primary goals of ACUA’s Earth Day event is to educate participants about the importance of protecting our environment and how easily we can all do our part. Through the generous support of our sponsors, we’re able to bring a wide range of information to visitors in a way that’s enjoyable for the entire family,” said Dovey.

at 3:15 p.m.). In addition, this tour will also include the ACUA Wastewater Treatment Plant, solar project and green roof located at the Atlantic City facility.

Free Workshops


Free workshops will be held every hour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the amphitheater. Topics include organic gardening, backyard chickens, native plants for pollinators, permaculture and rain barrels. Composting demonstrations will be held throughout the day in the community garden.

Wind, Solar and Wastewater Facility Tours

This is the tenth year that the public is welcome to take tours of New Jersey’s first commercial wind farm. Jitneys powered by compressed natural gas will shuttle participants from the Environmental Park in Egg Harbor Township to the wind farm and back beginning at 10 a.m. (last shuttle


Recycling Center Tours

This sophisticated system of conveyors, magnets, eddy currents, optical sorting and manual quality control sorting is incredible! Come see how mixed recycling collected from Atlantic County residents, schools and businesses is processed and separated into valuable commodities to market.

Eco Hayrides

Eco Hayrides, a perennial favorite, take visitors to the top of the landfill for panoramic views of the area, including Atlantic City and the Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm.


The ACUA will be giving out a mixed variety of free tree seedlings, as well as free seed packets. Don’t miss the Turtlesinger, an interactive program and where you will learn about, touch and feed live turtles. Make an instrument, join a parade, and be part of Bash the Trash’s “Recycling Remix” show, be an actor in Middle Earth Studios’ “Legend of the Unicorn” and meet a real penguin from Jenkinson’s Aquarium. Woodford Cedar Run will be presenting their Raptors and Reptiles program and will have a table exhibit with live birds of prey and reptiles. Other highlights include games, live music, pony rides and pictures with Supercan.

Earth Day Wood Craft with Home Depot

Join Home Depot and make your own nature wood craft (while supplies last!)

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Colors of the Earth 5k Fun Run

Join us for our 2nd Annual Colors of the Earth 5k Fun Run. This is an untimed event that emphasizes fun over competition. It is open to all runners and is limited to the first 200 participants.  Runners will be given white t-shirts and sunglasses as part of their registration fee.  As you run the course you’ll pass through four color stations where volunteers will blast runners with dyed cornstarch.  Please register online (preregistration required).


Part of the celebration includes exhibits by many community and environmental groups including: Atlantic City Aquarium and their new touch tank, Clean Water NJ, Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association, Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, Marine Mammal Stranding Center, The Wetlands Institute touch

tank, Community Food Bank, animal activist groups, emergency preparedness groups, CASA for Children, ARC Angels, Literacy Volunteers, Atlantic Cape Community College, and Stockton College to name a few.


A wide variety of items will be for sale during the festival such as handmade jewelry, energy efficient lighting, vegetable and native plants, bird houses and feeders, baked goods, alpaca products, books, handmade glass items, local honey, health/nutritional products, rain barrels, repurposed/upcycled items and art, and fair trade products.

Recycled Art Contest

Come see the projects created for our first annual Recycled Art Contest! All art will be on display at the festival and awards will be presented to the winners in each age group. Visit www.acua.com/earthday for details. FREE ADMISSION & PARKING!!!

Rain or Shine! • Colors of the Earth 5-K Fun Run at 8:30 am pre-registration req’d - limited to 200 participants • “Eco” Hayrides to the top of the landfill • Shuttle tours to the solar & wind farm at ACUA’s Wastewater Facility • Interactive entertainment - make an instrument, join the parade and be a part of Bash the Trash’s show, be an actor in Middle Earth Studio’s “Legend of the Unicorn” & meet a real penguin from Jenkinson’s Aquarium • Live Turtle Presentation with the Turtlesinger • Woodford Cedar Run – Birds of Prey & Reptiles • Atlantic City Aquarium’s new Touch Tank • Home Depot Children's nature wood crafts • Free Workshops: Organic Gardening, Backyard Chickens, Native Plants for Pollinators, Permaculture and Rain Barrels • Plus Arts, Crafts, Games, Live Music, Food Court & more!

Sponsored by:

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Sunday, April 26 10 – 4 p.m.

Atlantic County Utilities Authority 6700 Delilah Rd., Egg Harbor Twp. 609-272-6950 or 1-800-613-ACUA www.acua.com/earthday



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Celebrate your mom this Mother’s Day, at Wonderland Pier when ALL MOMS RIDE FREE! MOTHERS CLIMB FOR FREE at Absecon Lighthouse. Then Moms who show their “I Climbed” card at nearby Tony Boloney’s Pizza afterward will receive a free slice of pizza as a reward. Plan Mother’s Day to spend the day with your mom at Steel Pier! Moms ride FREE with a paid rider.


Not only do moms ride free at Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks.on Mother’s Day, it’s also a tea party at the Teacups on Mariner’s Landing Pier! Complimentary tea and hors d’oeuvres will be served, while supplies last.


The Atlantic City Aquarium is welcoming mothers free of charge on Mother’s Day with any paid admission.

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Mom’s receive free admission to Jersey Shore Children’s Museum, no coupons needed. Sahara Sams Oasis welcomes Moms to make a splash at their indoor waterpark - free on Mother’s Day. Garden State Discovery Museum invites Moms to play with their child FREE on Mother’s Day. Enjoy a picnic in the park and feed the animals at the always free Cape May Zoo. FREE Library Mother’s Day crafts at all Atlantic County libraries. Check our calendar for more fun things to do with mom at www.jerseyshorefamily.com/calendar


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Only $9.95 for Franklin Institute Members!

PLAN YOUR VISIT TODAY! www.fi.edu 路 215.448.1200

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This place puts the early in early childhood

Early Childhood

Milton & Betty

Katz JCC 501 Jerome Avenue 501North N. Jerome Avenue Margate, NJ Margate, NJ 08402 jccatlantic.org

609.822.1167 Ext. 130 jccatlantic.org


NOW OPEN AT 6:30 AM Specializing in childcare from six weeks to kindergarten. Call today to schedule a tour of our enhanced facility including an indoor pool, full-size gym, nature and science room and much more.

609.822.1167 Ext. 130

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