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Beach Haven- May Visitor's Guide

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This is the first 2015 visitor's guide created for Beach Haven NJ. It includes events, stories and photos. Beach Haven is the Heart of Long Beach Island with gorgeous beaches, rich history, fine dining and great places to shop.

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Beach Haven- May Visitor's Guide

  1. 1. THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Volume 1 • May 2015 4th Annual Pour into Summer Inside: 2nd Annual HOP Sauce Festival Bringing together craft beers, gourmet hot sauce, live music and delicious local food page 14 Beach Haven Map page 16 4th Annual Pour into Summer 10 wineries, local food and live music page 22
  2. 2. Reservations Suggested Open 7 Nights A Week 212 Centre Street, Beach Haven 1-888-LBI-GABLES 609-492-3553 gableslbi.com My family’s been sharing a house on LBI forever. My sister’s kids sleep til noon, my brother still cheats at Scrabble, all the floors are sandy and all the towels are damp... and then just as when I’m about to lose it... we all went to The Gables... one great meal with my great family. Chef’s Signature Appetizer Raviolo al Uovo Spinach Ricotta, Brown Butter Applewood Smoked Bacon Cracklings Shaved Piave Vidalia French Onion Soup Braised Short Rib & Blue Brie Crostini Timbale of Jumbo Lump Crab Avocado, Fresh Roasted Corn & Ripe Tomato Heirloom Melon Salad Duck Prosciutto, Upland Watercress Toasted Macadamias Honey Vinaigrette Slow Roasted Beet Salad Greek Feta, Orange Segments Toasted Pistachios Honey Baslamic Vinaigrette Thai Curry Prince Edward Island Mussels Kaffir Lime, Coconut Milk Fresh Cilantro Artisanal Burrata Mozzarella Homemade Tomato Jam Prosciutto Di Parma Grilled Tuscan Bread Panzanella Salad Toasted Baguette, Fresh Mozzarella Hothouse Tomatoes Garden Basil and Capers Grilled Asparagus Fried Duck Egg, Shaved Piave & Black Truffle Essence Grilled Spanish Octopus Gigante Beans, Pancetta Cracklings Smoked Paprika Crispy Smoked Mozzarella di Bufala Basil Pesto and Sweet & Sour Bell Pepper “Salad” Roasted Long Island Duck Breast Roasted Garlic Lollipop Kale Mango Chutney Forbidden Black Rice and Farro Ricotta Gnocchi Sweet Sausage Bolognese Agri Dulce Peppers Ricotta Salata Seared Viking Village Scallops Roasted Corn, Zucchini & Tomato Confit Risotto Grilled Rack of New Zealand Lamb Tabouli Salad, Grilled Tomato, Wilted Baby Spinach, Housemade Tzatziki Grilled Filet Mignon Roasted Garlic Whipped Potatoes Wild Mushrooms, Roasted Asparagus Danish Blue Cheese Maitre D’Hotel Butter Sage Roasted All Natural Chicken Breast Shiitake and Wild Rice Pilaf & Garlic Braised Cabbage Seasonal Vegetable Trio Forbidden Black Rice and Farro with Garlic Sautéed Lollipop Kale, Polenta Fries with Wilted Baby Spinach and Olive & Caper Tapenade Grilled Tomato Stuffed with Baba Ghanoush All Natural Double-Cut Wild Boar Chop Rosemary & Whole Grain Mustard Spaetzle Pickled Golden Raisins Garlic Braised Broccoli Rabe Grilled Wild Alaskan Halibut Crispy Polenta Wilted Arugula Grilled Mediterranean Vegetable Relish Parsley Pesto Pan Roasted Columbia River Wild King Salmon Mashed English Peas with Mint Artichoke Puree Warm Tomato & Tarragon Salad
  3. 3. 3MAY 2015 PUBLISHER Stanley Gauss President Gauss Marketing & Founder Exit63 GRAPHIC DESIGNER Adriane Sicknick PHOTOGRAPHY Ann Coen Photography Allie Gray Ryan Johnson Visit Beach Haven Facebook Page This free seasonal magazine is prepared by Gauss Digital Marketing & Exit 63 Media. Please call 609.713.2900 for advertising and editorial questions. THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Volume 1 • May 2015 LIGHTHOUSE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015 This program is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Ocean County Cultural and Heritage Commission, in conjuction with the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowments for the Arts. JUNE 4-7 LONG BEACH ISLAND, NEW JERSEY is waiting for you! LighthouseFilmFestival.org Closet and More Boutique style fashion at affordable prices. Bay Village, Beach Haven, NJ (near Country Kettle Fudge) 609.207.6684
  4. 4. 4 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND contents Borough of Beach Haven Celebrates 125 Years! Waves of Fun Continuing Beach Haven’s time-honored surfing traditions Exhibits for All Maritime History Comes to Life at the New Jersey Maritime Museum Recreation in Beach Haven Youth Programs for All Ages Beach Haven Public Library & Museum 2nd Annual Hop Sauce Festival Bringing together craft beers, gourmet hot sauce, live music and delicious local food Map of Beach Haven 2015 Summer Events Programs and Activities Open for Business What’s New in Beach Haven 2015 Celebrating a Decade of Fine Dining Hop Sauce brings the best of Beach Haven and beyond into one festival Pour into Summer Wine Festival Comes to Beach Haven, NJ Event Features 10 New Jersey Wineries, Live Music & Entertainment and Great Local Food Vendors Concerts on the Green 2015 Beach Badge Order Form 16 6 5 8 18 10 20 21 24 22 26 13 14 Edition 1 • Volume 1 • May 2015
  5. 5. 5MAY 2015 November 11, 2015 marks the 125th Anniversary of the incorporation of Beach Haven as a Borough. Beach Haven was conceived in the 1850’s when Archelaus R. Pharo, a wealthy Tuckerton, New Jersey entrepreneur, went duck hunting from Bond’s Hotel at the southern end of Long Beach Island. He and several wealthy sportsmen from Philadelphia loved the Island, but craved more tasteful living quarters. In 1867 Pharo purchased 666 acres of undeveloped sand hills, brackish ponds, tidal creeks and marshes located 2 ½ miles north of Bond’s for $243. This area had a navigable creek that could be used to scow in the necessary building materials. In 1873, Pharo transferred the 666 acres for $6,666.66 to the Tuckerton and Long Beach Building, Land and Improvement Association. Charles Parry, one of the sportsmen from Bond’s and President of the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, was elected as the first president of this land association. Development of Beach Haven began in 1874 and no seashore resort would be considered complete without the addition of luxury hotels. By 1876 Beach Haven would boast the Parry House, the Engleside, the Beach Haven House and, in 1883, the Baldwin Hotel. At this time, there were also a score of sprawling cottages, baymen bungalows, a church, a fire company, a school, a yacht club, a public wharf and several boarding houses. In 1890, the town incorporated as the Borough of Beach Haven, the first town to do so on Long Beach Island and William L. Butler was elected the first Mayor. Today, Beach Haven is a thriving beach resort destination for tens of thousands of people in the summer and home to hundreds of year-round residents. The Borough boasts a thriving downtown district, the island’s only amusement park, the Borough’s own public school, a public library, two museums and a summer stock theatre.. There are several parks, throughout our one-square mile, which are utilized to entertain thousands of concerts goers; beer, wine and food festivals; craft shows and sport camps. Surfers, fisherman and sun- lovers pay homage to the white sand beaches and waves of Beach Haven year round. In 2015, the Borough will be promoting the 125th Anniversary by offering a commemorative beach badge, and offering many celebratory events including a Borough-wide open house, free family concerts at the bay and beach, stand up paddle races, a boat parade, a nostalgic baseball game and family picnic, and an Octoberfest celebration. The culminating event will be the rededication ceremony and Gala on the November 11th Anniversary. Throughout the year the Borough will be collecting items for the Time Capsule that will be enclosed in the new Borough Municipal Complex. Today, the Borough is committed to bringing commerce back to Beach Haven and keeping the thriving for another 125 years. The new Visit Beach Haven website and Facebook page are signs of the changing times. Borough of Beach Haven Celebrates 125 Years! (1890-2015) Many Events Planned Throughout the Year to Celebrate this historic milestone.
  6. 6. 6 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Summer. Though winter’s storms often serve up the Atlantic’s largest waves, both seasonal visitors and year-round locals have a special place in their heart for surfing Beach Haven in the summer. The history runs back to the days of 10-foot Greg Noll boards, early sessions at Holyoke Ave, and hanging at Koseff’s Surf Shop. Today, you’ll find families three-generations deep who enjoy the waves of the Queen City. Summertime surfing relies mostly on windswell. The constant Atlantic sea breeze creates small but consistent southerly flow. And experienced surfers are always watching the long term forecast for tropical activity. When hurricanes stay out to sea, they can push powerful groundswell from thousands of miles away. This summer may be a little different, however. The US Army Corps of Engineers is preparing to replenish Beach Haven. This means the contracted dredge company will pull sand from offshore “borrow sites” and pump it into the beaches and dunes to better prepare LBI against future storms. In the past, this process has wiped out the sandbars. Recent Island projects, however, have seen the beaches return to their natural Waves of Fun Continuing Beach Haven’s time-honored surfing traditions shapes more quickly. In addition, Mayor Keeler and some conscientious beachgoers have requested different slopes from Jeffries Ave. to Iroquois Ave., as well as 12th St. and Taylor Ave. to hopefully keep the profile of the beaches we all love. There are several shops in Beach Haven to keep you geared up for summer – from the necessities like boards, wetsuits, and surf trunks to apparel and summertime accessories. Farias Surf and Sport, 823 North Bay Ave., has a tremendous selection of all around gear and offers surf lessons. South End Surf N’ Paddle at 220 South Bay Ave., has surf gear and is specialized toward stand- up paddler offering SUP tours and yoga on the bay. Both have gatherings and events all through the summer. Today, you’ll find families three-generations deep who enjoy the waves of the Queen City Photo Courtesy of Visit Beach Haven
  7. 7. 7MAY 2015 Photo Courtesy Allie Gray • 8th Annual Clam Jam 414 north bay ave. • beach haven / 609-342-0159
  8. 8. 8 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Imagine a maritime museum just entering it’s 9th year that has been honored twice by New Jersey Monthly Magazine as one of NJ’s best museums! Free to all visitors, the New Jersey Maritime Museum has two floors of exhibits appealing to people of all ages. DVDs and digital slide shows play in a number of display areas telling the story of New Jersey as the “Graveyard of the Atlantic.” Large pictures, shipwreck artifacts and historic documents cover the walls. Over 5,000 wrecks are catalogued for perusal or research. One large room is dedicated to the Morro Castle, a cruise ship that ran between New York and Havana for four years until she was set afire and ended up on the shores of Asbury Park on Sept. 8th, 1934. Founder and President Deborah Whitcraft and author Gretchen Coyle have written “Inferno at Sea” using the museum’s vast collection of research files. The U.S. Life Saving Service/Coast Guard comes alive with life-saving medals, Lyle guns and beach apparatus. Divers’ recovered artifacts tell stories of passengers and crewmen aboard historic ship wrecks - from bottles and gold coins to a child’s shoe and old tiles. The museum’s continually changing exhibits bring maritime history to life. The tragedy of the Texas Tower, erected during the Cold War, is told on tape Exhibits for All Maritime History Comes to Life at the New Jersey Maritime Museum to fascinated audiences who may not know the story of our country’s attempt at security. Even dirigibles are highlighted when they tragically dropped from the sky over New Jersey waters. New Jersey’s illustrious maritime history ranges from before the Revolution to the present. Exhibits of life as it used to be along New Jersey’s coastal communities can be found throughout the museum; prohibition along the Jersey shore; a newly added pound fishing display; custom-designed models of the ill-fated Texas Tower and life-saving methods employed by the U.S. Life Saving Service; and a NOAA-funded display of the 1860 loss of the U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey vessel, Robert J. Walker, are just a sampling of the vast collection at the New Jersey Maritime Museum. Research and lending libraries are located on the second floor. The museum’s popular Internet Café is available to everyone free of charge. Our Black Whale Gift Shop lures kids and grandparents with nautical toys, educational materials, and books. Outside are old anchors and maritime relics recovered from the bottom of the Atlantic, and artifacts too big to fit inside. They make a perfect family photo opportunity. A memorial to commercial fishermen can also be found at the museum’s entrance in recognition of those who work in the world’s most dangerous occupation. The New Jersey Maritime Museum welcomes everyone – from people curious Provided by the NJ Maritime Museum
  9. 9. 9MAY 2015 about maritime history to researchers and genealogists. Join and become part of this exciting museum where history comes alive for kids, parents, and grandparents. Different levels of membership are offered. Monthly programs feature knowledgeable speakers. The museum is a non-profit organization, with an active Board of Trustees at work. Donations are always welcome. Knowledgeable volunteers are ready to answer questions and regale visitors with tales of New Jersey’s illustrious maritime history. Museum hours are 10:00 am – 5:00 pm daily June, July and August. Off-season hours are held Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm. Tours can be arranged upon request. The museum is available to rent for parties, weddings, family reunions and meetings. Call for our Friday childrens’ program, ALO and ReClam the Bay activities, and other museum events. Or check the website. Friendly, well-informed docents volunteer daily, enhancing each visitor’s experience. The theme for this year’s Annual Benefit, on Saturday, September 12th, 2015 from 5 pm to 11 pm, is “A Celebration of Beach Haven’s 125th Anniversary”. This indoor- outdoor tented party draws over 450 people who enjoy a pig roast by Okie’s, a wide array of food, music by Al and Roger Jinks, a full service cash bar, as well as a Silent and Chinese Auction. Tickets are $55 (members $50) and are available online, at the museum, and at the door on the 12th. Be part of the excitement - visit the premier maritime museum in New Jersey! Become a member, volunteer, and visit often with family and friends! Photo Courtesy of Beach Haven Borough
  10. 10. 10 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Recreation in Beach Haven Summer Programs for All Ages Session I June 29, 2015 through July 17 Program runs Monday through Friday 9 am to 12 pm Located: Centre Street & the Beach Session II July 20, 2015 through August 7 The Program prepares youths who are interested in future life guarding positions by teaching them the basics of water safety and rescue. Applicants must be 14 or 15 years old and must be able to swim comfortably in the ocean to participate in Junior Lifeguard Program this program. Session I June 29, 2015 through July 2 9 am to 1 pm Located at Walsh Field - Registration is required The features for this year’s camp sessions are: Individual emphasis on goal keeping and face-offs Contests All week Long Guest speakers Vendors Individual Technical & Tactical Training Team Training College Recruitment/Playing at the next level Camp sessions are offered for youth boys, high school boys (ages 8-18) and youth girls (ages 8-14). The first session will focus on fast-past lacrosse with drills, individual skill training, small group and full team competitions. The second session will focus on solid groundwork instruction, emphasis on positions, teamwork and LOTS of great competition. For more information on registration please visit their website at www.njallstarlaxcamp.com *Attend any 2 weeks and pay $480. See David Brother’s All Star Lacrosse Camp
  11. 11. 11MAY 2015 Week 1 August 3 through August 7 9 am to 1 pm Walsh Field - Registration is Required Open to ages 3 yrs to 14 yrs old Kiddie Kicks (3 yrs to 4 yrs) 9 am to 10:30 am - an introduction to soccer with a focus on fun! Regular Camp (5 yrs to 14 yrs) 9 am to 1 pm - All campers are split into 2 year ranged age groups, then moved based on ability to further their camp experience. This is a fun and competitive program which caters to all ages & abilities and provides the perfect opportunity to interact and have fun with talented hand picked coaches. Emphasis is on individual skills with team tactics introduced through small sided games. The older the camper the higher degree of training is taught. Every day finishes with our famous and popular World Cup Tournament! Kiddie Kicks: $99 per week Regular Camp: $175 per week below for prices and details. Session II 16th Annual All Star Lacrosse Camp July 27, 2015 through July 30 9 am to 1 pm Located at Walsh Field- Registration is required Join David Brother’s Lacrosse for their 2nd year in Beach Haven! The features for this year’s camp sessions are: Individual emphasis on goal keeping and face-offs Contests All week Long Guest speakers Vendors Individual Technical & Tactical Training Team Training College Recruitment/Playing at the next level Camp sessions are offered for youth boys, high school boys (ages 8-18) and youth girls (ages 8-14) . The first session will focus on fast-past lacrosse with drills, individual skill training, small group and full team competitions. The second session will focus on solid groundwork instruction, emphasis on positions, teamwork and LOTS of great Rushmore Soccer Camp David Brother’s All Star Lacrosse Camp competition. For more information on registration please visit their website at www.njallstarlaxcamp.com * Attend any 2 weeks and pay $480. See below for price details.
  12. 12. 12 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Week II August 10 through August 14 9 am to 1 pm Walsh Field - Registration is Required Open to ages 3 yrs to 14 yrs old Kiddie Kicks (3 yrs to 4 yrs) 9 am to 10:30 am - an introduction to soccer with a focus on fun! Regular Camp (5 yrs to 14 yrs) 9 am to 1 pm - All campers are split into 2 year ranged age groups, then moved based on ability to further their camp experience. This is a fun and competitive program which caters to all ages & abilities and provides the perfect opportunity to interact and have fun with talented hand picked coaches. Emphasis is on individual skills with team tactics introduced through small sided games. The older the camper the higher degree of training is taught. Every day finishes with our famous and popular World Cup Tournament! Kiddie Kicks: $99 per week Regular Camp: $175 per week For the second year on LBI and growing fast! For active adults, Pickleball is a combination of Tennis, Racquetball, Ping Pong, and Badminton. It is played on a badminton sized court and tennis type net, using a short handled racket and whiffle ball. We will be offering 3 locations with a combination of several indoor and outdoor courts: Community Pickleball Beach Haven Elementary School playground on Bay Ave, the hockey rink on Nelson Ave in Beach Haven, and the St Francis Community Center in Brant Beach. We welcome new and experienced players. Equipment will be provided. Please go online at USAPA.org for additional information and instruction about Pickleball. For more details and schedule, call Candy Zolcinski at 908-596-0092 or email cazolcinski@yahoo.com. Come and join the Community Arts Program as the sponsor concerts every Wednesday in Veteran’s Park. Concerts begin at 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm, in the event of inclement weather; concerts will be relocated to the LBI Museum, adjacent to the park. Bring your lawn chairs and spread your blankets for some free family fun! Rushmore Soccer Camp WEDNESDAYS FUN Every Wednesday this summer the Borough of Beach Haven will offer: FREE tennis and boat passes. FREE admittance to all beaches visitbeachhaven.org, facebook.com/visitbeachhaven for Fun Wednesday business specials.
  13. 13. 13MAY 2015 Beach Haven Public Library & Museum ANNUAL BOOK SALE: Thursday, July 9th (10 - 6 pm) • Friday, July 10th (10 - 4 pm) • Saturday, July 11th (10 - 4 pm) CHILDREN’S SUMMER STORY HOUR: Mid-July through mid-August. Wednesdays, 10:30-11:30 am. Two age groups: Ages 3-5 and 6-8. Story Hour is followed by a craft, then juice and cookies are served. SPECIAL STORY HOUR “BOOK SIGNING” WITH TARA LAZAR August 19th, Wednesday, 10:30-11:30 am. Tara has a “new” book! The author of “The Monstore”, will have copies of her new book to purchase, followed by a fun craft, juice & cookies. CHILDREN’S SUMMER READING PROGRAM: 2 Age Groups: up to 3rd grade, and 4th to 6th grade. YOUNG ADULTS SUMMER READING PROGRAM 7th to 12th Grade. WEEKLY KNITTING CLUB The knitters meet every Tuesday at 1 pm. All are welcome! MONTHLY BOOK DISCUSSION The Book Discussion Group meets every 4th Wednesday of the month at 2 pm. All are welcome. THE LIBRARY MUSEUM: On the second floor, there is well constructed room filled with old maps, deeds, diaries, photographs and other relics of Beach Haven’s century of history. Housed within is an archival research center which contains articles and photographs illustrating our first families, houses within the historic district, businesses through the century and events which molded Beach Haven. The Museum is open Wednesday afternoons from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm during July & August, or by special request. LIBRARY HOURS: Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday • 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Tuesday & Thursday • 10:00 am - 6:00 pm • Closed Sunday Third St. and Beach Ave., Beach Haven • Phone: 609.492.7081 • beachhavenlibrary.org facebook.com/BeachHavenLibrary EVENTS/PRESENTATIONS: Please check our website or Facebook page for upcoming events & special presentations.
  14. 14. 14 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND It’s an age-old dilemma in Beach Haven. Can’t decide between Kubel’s and the Black Whale for dinner. You’re curious see what new beers they have on tap, but you only have two nights in town. You have to stop in and see you’re your pals at the Chegg. Then the crew wants to rock the Shell tonight, but you want to be up early for a paddle on the bay. You’re craving Barry’s Do-Me-A-Flavor, but wouldn’t mind riding your bike north for lunch at the Veg or El Swell. And of course, you still haven’t been to Tuckers since you heard they started serving that World Famous LBI-branded hot sauce. Does that leave any time for your favorite Chowda?! Maybe you need to make a point to be at the Taylor Avenue Waterfront on May 30 for the second annual Hop Sauce Fest where you can experience the best of LBI, and the region in general, all in one afternoon. Hop Sauce Fest takes great pride in curating this event and working with just the right partners to bring something fresh to the Island. The non-profit Jetty Rock Foundation, Beach Haven’s Spice-It-Up, and Shore Point Distributors held the first Hop Sauce Fest last year, bringing together craft beers, gourmet hot sauces and delicious local food with a lineup of all original music. This year they’ve upped their game with even more brews, fire, and emerging regional bands, plus food from of your favorite LBI eateries. So now you can see all your friends Try it All in One Day at One Place Hop Sauce brings the best of Beach Haven and beyond into one festival on May 30, 2015 Bringing together craft beers, gourmet hot sauces and delicious local food with a lineup of all original music. Photo Courtesy Ryan Johnson for Ann Coen Photography
  15. 15. 15MAY 2015 Photos Courtesy Ryan Johnson for Ann Coen Photography in one place in addition to yumming up the Black Whale’s clams and oysters, El Swell’s fish tacos, the Chegg’s wings, Country Kettle’s Chowda, Buckalew’s sliders, Barry’s cheesesteaks, the Veg’s raw tacos, the Shell’s salsa and smoked tuna dip as well as Tucker’s truffle fries - all in $5 sample sizes. The day starts with the Hop Sauce Tune- Up at 9 a.m., South End Surf N’ Paddle’s fun paddle race on the bay at Taylor Ave. Gates open at 11 for the true sauce and brew aficionados and the bands play all afternoon, finishing with headliner, Jukebox the Ghost, from Brooklyn, who recently played Conan. Then of course, there’s the after party at Tucker’s. For $40 you get entry and a tasting glass that lets you try all every fine craft brew on tap as well as all the delicious hot sauces. And if you’re the designated driver or just a hot sauce and music lover, a General Admission ticket is $10. This is the cutting edge early season festival that is sure to become a tradition.
  16. 16. 16 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND P Pierhead Line & Bulkhead Line Pierhead & Bulkhe Atlantic Ocean Little Egg H Mordecai Island Virginia Ave Penna Ave West Ave Bay Ave Bay AveBay Ave Beach Ave Beach Ave Atlantic Ave B Leeward Ave NelsonAve LONGBEACHTOWNSHIP MervaleAve LeewardAve KentfordAve JefferisAve MeridianLagoon SunriseLagoonStratfordAve PelhamAve LibertyAve IroquoisAve HolyokeAve GlendolaAve FairviewAve EssexAve DolphinAve ChatsworthAve Mean High Water Line Bor 1 Nelson Ave Park (playground, rollerskating rink, Nelson & West Aves.) 2 William L. Butler Park (playground, basketball court) 3 Veterans Park 4 Walsh Field / Tennis Courts (ball field, bocce court) 1 8 Parks Museums Municipal/Gov’t 8 Emergency Operations Center (EOC) & Borough Hall 9 Police Station 10 Beach Badge Office 11 Public Dock 12 Post Office 13 Public Boat Ramp PUBLIC RESTROOMS PUBLIC PARKING LOTS GUARDED BEACHES MAIN STREETS BAY TO BEACH 5 LBI Historical Museum 6 Beach Haven Library & Museum 7 Museum of NJ Maritime History
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  18. 18. 18 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Fisherman’s Cottage Fundraiser Sponsored by Buckalew’s Friday, June 5, 6 p.m. Four Course Wine Tasting Dinner $75 Reservation Required 609.492.1065 Island Singers Concert Saturday, June 20 8 p.m. at the Museum Pig Roast & Bay Bash Celebrating Beach Haven’s 125th Anniversary Sponsored by Beach Haven Future Saturday, June 20, 4 - 8 p.m. Beach Ave & Ocean Street (Walsh Field) Hop Sauce Festival Sponsored by Spice It Up & Jetty Foundation Saturday, May 30, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. 21 & Older for Craft Beer Tasting. $10 General Admin./$40 Craft Beer Ticket Annual Beach Bum Corvette Club Show Sunday, June 7, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Registration Required. Rain date June 14 eventscalendar Borough Wide Open House Saturday, May 9 Open House 12 - 4 p.m. Spring Dinner at Buckalew’s Benefits the Museum Sunday, May 17, 6 p.m. Fee $45; Cash Bar Reservations: Ron Marr 609.492.1065 125th Anniversary “Throwback” Softball Game Sponsored by Borough of Beach Haven, Beach Haven Future & Buckalew’s Sunday, May 24, 1 - 4 p.m. - Walsh Field 2015 Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony Monday, May 25, 10 - 11:20 a.m. Travels along Taylor Ave, down Bay Ave, and ends at Veteran’s Park. Ceremony to follow in the Park. 2015 Lighthouse International Film Festival June 4 -7 Features Films, Cocktails and Networking Tickets Call 609.207.1126 or lighthousefilmfestival.org may june 2015 Evening Ghost Walking Tours at the Museum Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 7 p.m. June 16 - August 26, 2015 Adults - $15; Under 12 - $8 Reservations Required • Weather Permitted Contact Maggie O’Neill 609.709.1425 4th Annual Pour Into Summer Wine Festival Saturday, June 6, 12 - 5 p.m. Wine sampling Featuring NJ Wineries newjerseywineevents.com 609.492.1065 A Taste of the Island Porch Party Appetizers from Island Restaurant - Wine Sunday, July 12, 6 - 8 p.m. $25 Tickets at the Museum Door 609.492.0700 july Trash, Treasure & Bake Sale Saturday, June 27 (Rain or Shine) 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Museum For Bake Sale: Janet Azzara 609.247.5481
  19. 19. 19MAY 2015 A Celebration of Beach Haven’s 125th Anniversary Saturday, September 12, 5 - 11 p.m. Non Member $55; Members $50 Indoor/Outdoor Tented Affair - Casual Attire Call Janet Azzara 609.247.5481 Chocolate Fair “All Things Chocolate” Tasting & More! Thursday, August 13, 6 - 8 p.m. Tickets Sold at the Door $10 Adults; $5 Under 12 Junior Guard Tournament Thursday, July 16 Iron Man Survivor Competition Contact Beach Patrol 609.492.9193 after June 15 LBI Historical Association Fall Craft Fair & Market Sunday, September 6, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Rain or Shine Bake Sale Call Janet Azzara 609.247.5481 Beach Haven Boat Parade & Seafood Festival Saturday, September 19, 4 -8 p.m. Taylor Ave Annual General Membership Meeting Sunday, August 16 4:30 p.m. at the Museum Bus Tour of Historic Beach Haven Wednesday, July 15, 10 a.m. Advanced Reservations; Limit 35 people 609.492.0700 Mordecai Land Trust House Tour & Cocktail Party Sponsored by Mordecai Land Trust Saturday, July 18, 2 - 6 p.m. House Tour 6-8 p.m. Cocktail Party Little Egg Harbor Yacht Club $50 Tour & Cocktail Party; $40 Tour or Party august september mondaynights at the museum Programs held at LBI Historical Association Museum, Engleside & Beach Ave. 609.492.0700. Free to the Public. 7:30 p.m. at the Museum. Donations gratefully accepted. Children welcome. Handicapped accessible. July 6: The Suburbanization of the Jersey Devil - William Sprouse July 13: The Shark Attacks of 1916 - Trish Schuster July 20: Barnegat Lighthouse - Brett Franks July 27: Boardwalk Empire - Nelson Johnson August 3: Super Storm Sandy - A Cataclysmic Event - Scott Mazzella August 10: The 125th Anniversary of Beach Haven - Jeanette Lloyd August 17: The Future of Marsh Islands: Living Shoreline Projects in Preservations of Mordecai Island - Steve Howard and Jim Dugan August 24: Vanished Tucker’s Island - Gretchen Coyle & Deborah Witcraft
  20. 20. 20 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND The talk of the town this year has been The Woohoo, the Queen City’s newest casual dining joint. Located at 211 South Bay Ave. (formerly the Frosted Mug.) and opened by locals, The Woo Hoo will specialize in burgers and ice cream but will also do smoothies, coffee, and a mouth-watering breakfasts – egg sandwiches and fresh-fruit breakfast bowl. They plan to open early and stay open for the late night crowd. An exciting addition to Beach Haven’s shopping scene is the Yuletide. It’s Christmas in July! (And June, and August, and all the rest of the year….) at this festive new Bay Village retailer, stocking classic holiday décor including LBI-inspired ornaments made by local artists. Yuletide opened in April to a fantastic response. Shore Good Donuts, which has become a popular stop in Ship Bottom, is excited to announce it’s second location, this one serving their favorite donuts at 14 S. Bay Ave. in Beach Haven. Shore Good has become a staple on the Island for fresh donuts made to order and served warm. The menu features over two dozen specialty and signature donuts from the reinvented Inside-Out Jelly to the wild Shore is Spicy, or create your own. There’s been other buzz about Beach Haven this spring as well like Ship Bottom Brewery doing a collaborative beer with the Chicken or the Egg. Killer Beesting IPA on tap will likely be hotter than an August afternoon. We also have a feeling that the ladies will be all over the new Queen City Apparel line at Raquel’s Closet in Bay Village. The Gables will be celebrating its tenth anniversary under the wonderful ownership of Sondra and Steve Beninati. And of course, Beach Haven has a fantastic list of events to celebrate it’s 125th Anniversary like the Throwback Baseball Game pitting the Borough Employees vs. the Beach Haven Fire Company. Open for Business What’s New in Beach Haven for 2015? We all have our favorite time-honored traditions in Beach Haven, the shops and eateries that go back generations. songoftheseaLBI.com Custom Signs Gifts • Home Decor Trollbeads Bay Village • 830 No. Bay • Beach Haven 609.492.6326 “ “
  21. 21. 21MAY 2015 It’s been 10 years since we completed the renovation on this wonderful 1892 Victorian and opened its doors as a fine dining ala carte restaurant and inn. It has been a gratifying lesson in honoring the historic building and fashioning a restaurant that is reflective of this decade and a part of the island’s history and future. The Gables is part of the fabric of a vibrant Beach Haven. Beach Haven is one square mile, making it the perfect walking and biking town, and strolling or peddling in is how many of our guest arrive. Summer nights are enjoyed outdoors in our garden and our porch. When folks ask what the dress code is for The Gables we always say, the women dress like a million bucks and the gentlemen like a buck fifty....yes, anything goes, high heels or flip flops...at The Gables, it just works. Great food from a great chef is the key... Running a fine dining kitchen requires taste, brains, stamina, flexibility and team work. Each event, evening, and meal requires planning, skill and the ability to dance.... yes dance....moving gracefully through the translation of what your clientele want and expect to giving a bit more than what’s expected on the plate. Richard Diemer, executive chef, has been balancing on his toes with the seasonal offerings that run from the sublime Raviolo al Ova, a large freshly handmade ravioli with artisanal ricotta and spinach topped with a hen egg to the homemade marshmallows on our S’mores tart. Diemer’s hand and palate drive the flavors and presentations from the kitchen, he is exacting, inspiring and at times annoying in his quest for perfection from himself and his crew. Join us as we begin our next decade. Check out our menu and reserve a table at galeslbi.com. The Gables: Celebrating a Decade of Fine Dining BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT
  22. 22. 22 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Long Beach Island, NJ – The Long Beach Island (LBI) summer season will once again uncork in grand style when 10 New Jersey wineries join together for the “ 4th Annual Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” on Saturday and Sunday June 6 – 7, 2015. The festival will take place on Saturday from 12 noon – 5 pm and Sunday from 11 am – 4 pm. In addition to the wine festival activities, this year’s event on Sunday (June 7) will also feature the “Beach Bums Corvette Car Show”. “Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” is proudly sponsored by The Asbury Park Press and the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce/LBI Region DMO and produced by GPS, Inc. The event is part of the “Cheers to Summer Weekend” happening on LBI which features two great events -“Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” and the “Lighthouse international Film Festival”. The wine festival will once again be located on Taylor Avenue, behind Bay Village in Beach Haven, NJ. “We are proud to once again hold our wine festival in Beach Haven on LBI. Moving our event from mid-May to early June is an exciting change for us. We anticipate great weather and are really thrilled to be part of the Cheers to Summer Weekend! We want people to come to this great weekend of events, enjoy all the things we have to offer and, most importantly, support LBI as we reopen this part of the Jersey Shore for the 2015 Summer Season. We are also very enthusiastic about the Beach Bums Corvette Car Show that will take place on Sunday at the wine festival grounds. This awesome event, featuring hundreds of corvettes, has been happening on LBI for years and is the perfect addition to the weekend! We are telling people to come sample great New Jersey wines, enjoy culinary cuisine from some of LBI’s best restaurants, shop the artisan crafters and enjoy great live music. We are really proud to be part of supporting LBI and we want everyone to be part of this annual summer kick-off festival”, commented GPS, Inc owner and festival organizer, Kathy Bullock. Pour Into Summer Wine Festival Comes to Beach Haven Event Features 10 New Jersey Wineries, Live Music & Entertainment and Great Local Food Vendors
  23. 23. 23MAY 2015 The “4th Annual Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” is proud to feature some of the New Jersey’s finest wineries: Auburn Road Vineyard, Amalthea Cellars, Coda Rossa Winery, DiMatteo Vineyards, Monroeville Vineyard & Winery, Plagido’s Winery, Renault Winery, Cedarvale Winery, Tomasello Winery and Wagonhouse Winery. This prestigious group of wineries brings with them numerous award winning wines, (including double gold, gold, silver and bronze winners) from the International Finger Lakes Competition, The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition and the Indy International Wine Competition just to name a few. The 10-featured wineries will be pouring for sample and sale more than 250 wines ranging from clean, crisp white wines to robust red wines to refreshing fruit wines. Many wineries will be unveiling their newest summer wine offerings, which will certainly include the first of the season’s summer sangria. There will certainly be something available for everyone…wine aficionado to wine “newbie”! Also featured at the festival will be several of LBI’s most well-known and loved eateries including: Bistro 14, Country Kettle Chowda, Crust and Crumb Bakery and Carmen’s. Each of these LBI culinary “institutions” will be offering festivalgoers a wide variety of tempting cuisine and treats. In addition, the wine festival will also play host to an artisan crafter area and continuous live music on stage by some of the region’s best bands. The festival has gained loyal support from many in the region. As Lori Pepenella, Destination Marketing Director for LBI, stated, “The Pour into Summer Wine Festival has become an LBI summer kick off institution. The perfect blend of music, wine and local flavor. We are looking forward to welcoming ten NJ wineries back to Beach Haven and everyone out for a fantastic shore weekend.” Tickets for the “4th Annual Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” can be purchased in advance for $12 and at the gate for $15. To purchase advance discount tickets visit www. visitLBIregion.com. Admission to the “4th Annual Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” includes: wine tasting of more than 250 New Jersey wines and a souvenir wine glass. Attendees will be able to not only sample wine but also purchase wines by the bottle or case. Spectators and anyone 21 or under is FREE. Anyone wishing to learn more about the “Pour Into Summer Wine Festival” can call the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce/LBI Region DMO at 609-494- 7211 or visit www.visitLBIregion.com. Large groups and bus groups can call GPS, Inc at 609-758-5400 for more information. For more information contact Kathy Bullock (GPS, Inc) at 609-758-5400/kathy@gpsinc. net or Lori Pepenella (LBI/DMO) at 609-494- 7211/lpepenella@sochamber.com
  24. 24. 24 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Concerts on the Green July 1 Garage Kept Band Songs of the 60’s and 70’s July 8 Carnaby Street Band Pop from the 70’s July 15 Jimmy and the Parrot Buffet Cover Band August 5 The Kootz Pop August 12 Jersey Gold Band Songs of the 60’s August 19 McLean Avenue Band Irish August 26 Jim Meck and the Guide Dogs Classic Rock Children Concerts on the Green Because of its growing popularity, the Community Arts Program has added a second children’s concert this summer. The children concerts are on Monday nights beginning at 7 pm and is geared towards kids from 1-8 years old. July 22 Tequila Rose Band Country July 29 RB Express Doo Wop **August 17 (Monday) Makin Music, Rockin Rythyms Kids interactive Concert (7pm) **July 20 (Monday) Makin Music, Rockin Rythyms Kids interactive Concert (7 pm) JULY AUGUST Come and join the Community Arts Program as the sponsor concerts every Wednesday in Veteran’s Park. Concerts begin at 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm, in the event of inclement weather; concerts will be relocated to the LBI Museum, adjacent to the park. Bring your lawn chairs and spread your blankets for some free family fun!
  25. 25. 25MAY 2015 Please consider supporting the July 4th Fireworks in Beach Haven. Donations could be sent to: Red, White & Blue Committee 830 N. Bay Ave, Box 1 Beach Haven, NJ 08008 Further information call Caroline Kasunich 609.492.2800 & swimming tips Swim Near a Lifeguard Don’t Fight the Current Understand Beach Warning Flags Lifeguard stands are staffed each day from 1 a.m. to 5 p.m. Stands are located from 12th Street south to Leeward Ave. Instead, swim parallel to shore until you feel the current relax; then, swim to shore. Most rip currents are narrow and a short swim parallel to shore will bring you to safety. Flags posted on the beach and flying from lifeguard towers represent ocean hazards and surf conditions. Please remember that ocean conditions can change quickly. Check with lifeguards on duty if you are unsure of safe conditions. 1 2 3 Designated Surf Zone Emergency Evacuation Designated Swim Zone red, white blue c o m m i t t e e The past 25 years, the Red, White & Blue Committee has brought the 4th of July Fireworks to Beach Haven. The Red, White & Blue Committee is comprised of a small group of private citizens who give back to the community by celebrating this patriotic event in a very public way. We know that over the years, the event has become an island tradition. For all these reasons, the Red, White & Blue Committee couldn’t be prouder and we thank you for your sharing this wonderful island tradition! While the committee works all year to prepare for the coming fireworks display, the real credit goes to the individuals and businesses funding this celebration of our nation’s heritage. This year, we ask you to be a part of this patriotic group by considering a donation. On July 4th, when all eyes are skyward, you can say, I am helping to keep the spirit of America alive!” THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTION!
  26. 26. 26 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND beach badge sale2015 2015 Pre-Season or Anniversary Collector’s Badge Ages 12 & Under and ages 65+ are FREE Checks made payable to Borough of Beach Haven Badges WILL NOT be issued without a receipt Orders MUST be postmarked on or before JUNE 15 More Information on 65+ Beach Badges Contact 609.492.0111 PRE-SEASON BADGE SALES ENDS JUNE 15 # Preseason Badges: ________ x $30/each = $____________ # Commemorative Badges: ________ x $50/each = $____________ # Gift Boxes: ________ x $2/each = $____________ TOTAL PAYMENT = $____________ Send completed form, payment, and self-address envelope (for receipt) to: Borough of Beach Haven, Badge Dept., 420 Pelham Ave, Beach Haven, NJ 08008 NAME: __________________________________ PHONE: ______________________ EMAIL: ___________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ 2015 BEACH HAVEN BEACH BADGE ORDER FORM NO REFUNDS
  27. 27. 27MAY 2015 Alison’s Wonderland Schooner’s Wharf #25 207-6032 All About Me, Too 201 N Bay Ave 492-4344 B & B Department Store 835 N Bay Ave 492-3050 Bankston’s 615 N Bay Ave 492-9078 Beach Haven Antiques, LLC 509 Engleside Ave 444-8119 Beach Haven Southend LLC 2200 S Bay Ave 492-9100 Beach House & Blooms LLC d/b/a Beached Bay Village #9 705-3457 Best Gift Idea Ever Schooner’s Wharf #12 492-1493 Breezin Up Bay Village 492-4114 Buddy’s Pet Stop Schooner’s Wharf #13 492-8900 Coastal Consignment 511 N Bay Ave 492-9400 Coconuts Schooner’s Wharf #2 492-3711 Coffee Bouteaque Schooner’s Wharf #22 492-4500 Container Garden/Artifacts r Treasures 414 N Bay Ave 492-4002 Cook’s Pantry 412 N Bay Ave 492-1429 Dollar Parlor Bay Village 492-1063 Foster’s Farm Market 400 N Bay Ave 492-1360 How to Live 7 S Bay Ave 709-5499 Indian Summer Bay Village 492-9309 Island Gypsy 901 N Bay Ave 342-0245 Island Sun 811 N Bay Ave 492-1165 Jenna Jane’s Schooner’s Wharf # 8 492-2288 Jewels by the Bay Schooner’s Wharf #10 492-4300 Just Love Bay Village 492-1154 Kapler’s Pharmacy 1 S Bay Ave 492-9221 7-Eleven #26514 1001 N Bay Ave 492-3501 A Lovely Universe 412 N Bay Ave AJ’S Bicycle 311 S Bay Ave 492-2626 25’ Sport Cabin 20 West Ave 369-4848 Bay Village Psychic Bay Village 492-6932 Beach Haven Yacht Club Marina 20 West Ave 492-9101 Black Pearl Pirate Adventures 100 N West Ave 978-9951 C & C Partnership LLP 214 Third St 492-2591 Fantasy Island 320 Seventh St 492-4000 Farias Surf Sport 823 N Bay Ave 492-0200 Insatiable Sport Fishing Morrison’s Marina 670-5980 Jack’s Racks Family Billards, LLC 106 N Bay Ave 492-9826 Miss Beach Haven 100 N West Ave 978-9951 Mordecai Boat Basin 500 Liberty Ave 492-5201 Morrison’s Seafood, Inc 525 Second St 492-2150 Mr. Tee’s Putt & Play (Arcade Assoc) 101 S Bay Ave 492-8689 Polly’s Dock 112 West Ave 492-2194 South End Surf & Paddle 220 S Bay Ave 492-8823 Spare Time Fishing Charter Slip #16 Morrison’s Marina 618-3877 Surflight Theatre 201 Engleside Ave 492-9477 The Boardwalk LBI 2306 S Bay Ave 492-3298 Thundering Surf 300 Taylor Ave 492-0869 Zen One Health and Wellness 805 N Bay Ave 341-6884 BUSINESS DIRECTORY THINGS TO DO PLACES TO SHOP
  28. 28. 28 MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND Kapler’s Regenerate 5 S Bay Ave 994-4788 LBI Book Swap Schooner’s #19 351-0136 LBI Creative Minds Schooner’s Wharf #14 LBI Shirt Factory 610 N Bay Ave 732-713-2447 LBI Toys t/a The Toy Store Schooner’s Wharf #15 492-5200 Little Jersey Divas 806 N Bay Ave Making Waves Schooner’s Wharf #9 492-9150 Mod Hatter 1103 N Bay Ave 492-0999 Murphy’s Market 9 S Bay Ave 492-5100 Olde Tyme Smoke Shoppe 213 N Bay Ave 492-1600 Petitte’s Home Furnishings 1200 N Bay Ave 492-0400 Raquel’s Closet Bay Village 207-6684 Rommel’s 201 S Bay Ave 492-6101 Sand Crafted 118 N Bay Ave 492-1824 Sandy Banks 515 N Bay Ave 492-5526 Sedona East Schooner’s Wharf #26 207-6141 Silver Sun 210 N Bay Avenue 207-6292 Silver Sun Schooner’s Wharf #5 207-6292 Song of the Sea Bay Village 492-6326 Star Bright-Kiosk Bay Village 339-5974 Sunglass Menagerie 907 N Bay Ave 492-6000 Sur La Plage 1102 N Bay Ave 492-4440 Surf Shack South Bay Village 492-7546 Treasure Hut Schooner’s Wharf #21 492-6464 Treasure Hut Carts Schooner’s Wharf Cart 615-429-2654 Bada Buns 210 Centre St 201-433-6705 Bagel Shack 306 N Bay Ave 492-5552 Barry’s Do Me A Flavor 309 Centre St 492-8259 Bay Village Pizza Bay Village 492-4484 Ben & Jerry’s 600 N Bay Ave 492-6300 Bistro 14 Bay Village 492-6100 Black Whale Bar & Fish House 100 N Pennsylvania Ave 492-0025 Boat House Restaurant 116 N West Ave 492-1066 Buckalew’s Restaurant 101 N Bay Ave 492-1065 Carmella’s Ice Creamery Schooner’s Wharf #11 290-2458 Carmen’s 122 N Bay Ave 848-9650 Chicken or the Egg 207 N Bay Ave 492-3695 Chowder Hut 827 N Bay Ave 492-1088 Clam Bar 506 Centre St 492-2459 Cool Beans Bay Village 492-8090 Country Kettle Chowda Bay Village 492-2800 Country Kettle Fudge Bay Village 492-2800 Crust & Crumb Bakery Bay Village 492-4966 Fred’s Beach Haven Diner 305 N Bay Ave 492-4269 Treasure Hut II Schooner’s Wharf #28 492-1550 Tropics Schooner’s Wharf #24 492-4455 Tula 806 N Bay Ave 492-2099 Wyndecrest Home 233 Second St 492-7030 Yuletide, LLC Bay Village 705-3458 Zinnia Jewelry Bay Village 492-1234 PLACES TO SHOP PLACES TO EAT
  29. 29. 29MAY 2015 Gazebo Schooner’s Wharf #1 492-5811 Happy Skipper Schooner’s Wharf #4 290-2458 Holiday Snack Bar 401 Centre St 492-4544 House of the Rising Bun 200 S Bay Ave 492-1578 Ketch 529 Dock Rd 492-3000 Lainie’s Ice Cream Porch 811 N Bay Ave 207-0777 Maine Course Schooner’s Wharf #23 492-2328 Marlin 2 S Bay Ave 492-7700 Panzone’s Pizza 1106 N Bay Ave 492-5103 Pearl St Market LLC 229 Pearl St 492-3910 Pizza Shack 302 N Bay Ave POPularity 216 S Bay Ave 646-522-7541 Shore Good Donuts 14 S Bay Ave Showplace Ice Cream Parlour 204 Centre St 492-0018 Slice of Heaven 610 N Bay Ave 492-7437 Spice It Up, LLC Bay Village 492-1240 Sweet Haven Candy Shop 203 N Bay Ave 342-1286 The Candy Co LTD Schooner’s Wharf #7 492-2808 The Hut Schooner’s 290-2458 The Marlin 308 Liquor Store & Take Out 308 Centre St 492-7308 Tuckers Tavern 101 S West Ave 492-2300 Uncle Will’s 3 S Bay Ave 492-2514 Coral Seas Oceanfront Motel 21 Coral St 492-1141 Engleside Inn 30 Engleside Ave 492-1251 Beach Haven Southend LLC 2200 S Bay Ave 492-9100 Century 21 Pacesetter Realty 213 N Bay Ave 207-7297 Diane Turton Realtors 219 N Bay Ave 492-7000 Sea Breeze Realty 128 N Bay Ave 492-8800 Here’s Hough Interior Decorators 534 Centre St 492-2777 Beauty Nails 907 N Bay Ave 494-9989 Bella Donna Salon & Spa 209 N Bay Ave 492-4800 Eastern Engine Service 330 Coral Street 492-0403 Gulf Gas Station 415 N Bay Avenue 492-7903 Lavish Salon 115 S Bay Ave 492-9955 Marine Repairs 350 Amber St 492-3088 Queen City Transport 115 N Bay Ave 727-512-1588 PLACES TO STAY SERVICES Hydrangea House 104 Centre St 492-2782 Island Guest House 207 Third St 492-2907 Magnolia House 215 Centre St 492-2226 Sea Shell Club 10 S Atlantic Ave 492-4611 The Gables (Weddings LBI) 212 Centre St 492-3553 Victoria Bed & Breakfast 126 Amber St 492-4154 Williams Cottage Inn 506 S Atlantic Avenue 492-7272 Windward at the Beach 200 S Atlantic Ave 492-4468
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  31. 31. 31MAY 2015 you found each other...now you found the perfect place. Elegant, Ecelectic, Shore Weddings. weddingslbi.com 609-492-3553
  32. 32. MAY 2015 BEACH HAVEN - THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND THE HEART OF LONG BEACH ISLAND 320 7th St. Beach Haven, NJ 609.492.4000 Fantasyislandpark.com Visit our acebook Page Free Parking ATM on premise SMOKE FREE Fantasy Island Amusement Park wes ca es leu b n r i a o te J Hah vc ea ne ’sB Have your special party here with us! Rides, Games, Chef Gator’s Grill & Fantasy Delight’s Ice Cream Parlor! Open Weekends starting May 16th at 2pm! Welcome Back!Greetings from LBI, Arcade Open Daily at 12 Noon! 5th Annual Customer Appreciation Day June 19th, 2015 from 6-10pm for a Special P.O.P. Night(pay one price)

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