Pier Village Goes Pink for breast cancer awareness in October 2013.

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Pier Village and Susan G. Komen For The Cure of Central and South Jersey join forces once again this year for the second annual Pier Village Goes Pink for breast cancer awareness in October 2013.  Pier Village is a year-round community with 30 unique shops, restaurants and 530 luxury rental and condominium homes located along the oceanfront in Long Branch, NJ.

All month long, Pier Village will host events and promotions to help raise funds for a cure for breast cancer.  The mixed-use community will be participating in a Pinkest Balcony & Window contest that will be judged at the end of October.  Professional pink uplighting will be installed throughout the site via the generous donation of A & S Sound in Long Branch, NJ.  Pier Village retail shops and restaurants will have individual promotions throughout the month to celebrate and share their support.

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Village Spa Nails & Hair, along with Monmouth Medical Center, will be hosting a Life & Health Makeover for two women who are recently recovered from their own personal journey through breast cancer.  It is the goal of Village Spa Hair & Nails to celebrate the beauty in us all, and to encourage women within the process to feel special and pampered.

 

October 10th:  Shindig At The Shore:  Bungalow Hotel:  6-9 PM

Hosted by Bungalow Hotel in their eclectic, beach-chic lobby, join us for this interactive art cocktail party where local artists give live demonstrations of their chosen craft.  Mike Quon, Pier Village Goes Pink veteran, will be back this year to paint his breast cancer themed water color portraits to be sold that evening.  Quon is a jersey shore native, whose artwork has made appearances in gallery and museum exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, and Paris, as well as in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, The New York Times, The New York Historical Society and the US Air Force.  Tickets are $75 pp and tickets can be purchased via www.komencsnj.org/piervillage

Art For The Cure:  Festival Plaza:  October 19th & 20th   11 AM- 4 PM

All weekend long, Pier Village customers are invited to a free art show in and around Festival Plaza.  A wide selection of mediums will be displayed including glass, canvas, wood and new this year, performing arts such as ballroom and professional dancing.  Live entertainment by Cherry Sea.   Proceeds from art sales and vendor fees with go towards fundraising efforts.  To become and vendor please contact:  Suzanne Corson  at 609-896-1201 or scorson@komencsnj.org

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Pier Village Pooch Party:  Festival Plaza:  October 26th:  11 AM – 2 PM

New this year!  Sponsored by Pier Village’s own RSI Bank and Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital, join all dog lovers for an awesome afternoon designed for those who love to spend time with man’s best friend!  It’s a great way to have some fun with your pet and support Komen.  Your registration fee of $15 includes a “fetch” bag full of goodies, entrance into contests including Musical Sit, Temptation Tower and the crowning of The Pinkest Pooch in Pier Village.  Local pet product and service vendors will be present as well to show you best how to spoil and train your pet.  For more information, or to become a pet vendor, contact:  609-896-1201 or scorson@komencsnj.org

For more information on Susan G. Komen For The Cure check www.komencsj.org or www.piervillage.com.  For the latest information on events and festivals, hotels and restaurants on the Jersey Shore please visit the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau website at www.visitthejerseyshore.com or call Robert Hilton Executive Director at 732-244-9283.

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