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2015 Events in Downtown Red Bank

Fitness in the Park

May 13 – September 30
Every Wednesday
Fitness in the Park series returns Wednesday, May 13th. Yoga class begins at 6:00 p.m. in Riverside Gardens Park. Free fitness classes for those who live and work in Red Bank, to be held on Wednesdays, starting May 13th through September 30th from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Weekly classes include either, Yoga, Zumba and Pilates. Please bring a towel or mat for Yoga & Pilates. Classes are being provided by the YMCA in partnership with the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign and the Department of Parks & Recreation. In case of inclement weather, please call the Y at 732-741-2504732-741-2504, ext. 210 for possible cancellations.

Red Bank Farmers Market

May 17 – November 22
Every Sunday
May 10 through November 22 in the Galleria parking lot, Bridge Avenue & West Front Street, 9:00am – 2:00pm. Organized and managed by The Galleria Red Bank.

Food & Wine Walk

August 16, 2:00-5:00pm
September 20, 2:00-5:00pm
October 18, 2:00-5:00pm
Purchase a ticket for $35/person and spend the afternoon strolling through our beautiful riverfront town while sampling food and wine from Red Bank’s fine food establishments. Tickets are sold online, in advance only. Purchase your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/red-bank-food-wine-walk-tickets-17448324408

5th PADDLE THE NAVESINK DAY
On Saturday, September 12th, from 12 noon to 4pm
Red Banks MAPLE COVE, the only public access to the Navesink River, where you can hand launch a un-motorized craft, or just put your feet in the water, will again be hosting PADDLE THE NAVESINK DAY, which is a FREE community wide celebration of the Navesink River and showcases the maritime history & recreational opportunities that are available along the Navesink River in Red Bank, NJ.

6th Annual Red Bank Guinness Oyster Festival

September 27 (Rain Date October 4)
RiverCenter foresees using the same event model as last year. The time for the event would be 12pm to 7pm. White Street would be closed from English Plaza to Maple Avenue on the day of the event from 8am to 7pm.

Girls Night Out

October 15
Specials and discounts for ladies at participating restaurants, bars and shops. Gift bags and giveaways. Hours will be 5:00 – 9:00 PM.

22nd Holiday ExpressConcert/Red Bank

November 27
Town Lighting & Santa Express
Santa Express Train from Little Silver to Red Bank, Parade from Red Bank Train Station down Monmouth Street to Holiday Express concert on Broad Street for annual Town Lighting, Holiday Express concert begins at 7:00pm. Canal Street will be closed from Clay to Broad from 1:00pm until the end of the concert. Broad Street will be closed from Peter’s Place to Monmouth Street from 4:00pm through end of concert. Monmouth Street briefly closes for the parade.

12 Days of Christmas Scavenger Hunt

November 28 – December 20
Hunt for an item from the 12 Days of Christmas hidden in store windows at participating businesses in the Red Bank Business District.

Holiday Horse & Carriage Rides

Saturdays, November 28 – December 19
Classic Horse & Carriage rides through the business district on Saturdays, 1:00pm – 5:00pm. Two locations: 26 Broad Street (The Robinson Ale House) and 11 Bridge Avenue (Danny’s Steakhouse).

Holiday Harmonies

Saturdays, November 28 – December 19
Musical entertainment on the sidewalk on Saturdays, from 12:00pm – 3:00pm at various locations in the Red Bank Business District.

Local Event Calendars

The Red Bank Rivercenter

acoollittletown.com

RiverCenter is a people based organization built upon the individual passions and desires of the organization’s membership. This same group of stakeholders pays the assessment to fund the downtown’s revitalization. From this membership, leaders are elected to represent and oversee RiverCenter’s direction. People get involved and team together to set the course for the district.

RedBank.Com

http://www.redbank.com/events

RedBank.Com is an online community web site for Red Bank, NJ and features a wide array of local events, art happenings, blogs, and news for the Red Bank area.

Latest events on RedBank.Com

The Jersey Shore

http://visitthejerseyshore.com/

New Jersey’s Monmouth & Ocean Counties are packed with activities to keep you and your family busy until swimsuit weather returns. The Jersey Shore offers music that moves you, plays that inspire you, historic sites that engage you, shopping that renews you, weekend retreats that soothe you, spas that restore you, dining spots that delight you, recreation that invigorates you and attractions that thrill you.

The Count Basie Theatre

http://www.countbasietheatre.org/calendar/eventlistings.asp

The Count Basie Theatre, a 1926 historic theatre, is located in the heart of downtown Red Bank, New Jersey. Just minutes from the ocean, Red Bank is a beautiful and charming town built on the banks of the Navesink River. The Count Basie Theatre alone draws over 130,000 thousand people annually, in addition to the thousands who flock to Red Bank’s annual film and music festivals. There are numerous art galleries, antique shops, retail stores, restaurants, and parks in this small hamlet on the Jersey Shore.

Two River Theater

www.tworivertheater.org

Two River Theater produces great American theater created by award-winning artists. Join us in our state-of-the-art facility for a wide range of classics, new plays, and musicals! Two River Theater is easily accessible by car, train, or bus, with great restaurants, shopping and hotels within walking distance of the theater. Tickets start at just $20. For more information, visit tworivertheater.org or call 732.345.1400732.345.1400.

Monmouth County Arts Council

http://www.monmouthartscouncil.org

The Monmouth County Arts Council is a private, non-profit organization that is the official arts agency for Monmouth County. The council is an umbrella organization of more than 70 member groups, hundreds of individual and family members and a host of business arts partners.

Monmouth Conservatory of Music

http://www.monmouthconservatory.org/index.php/events/

MCM is the only not-for-profit music school (founded 1964) in Monmouth County offering the highest standards of music instruction in instruments and voice, student recitals, orchestra and small ensemble playing experience, music theory instruction, faculty and guest artist concert series, and much more!

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About Jersey Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau

Who Is the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau ? Destination Marketing Organization or “Jersey Shore Convention and Visitor’s Bureau” promotes a town, city, region, or country in order to increase the number of visitors. It promotes the development and marketing of a destination, focusing on convention sales, tourism marketing, and services. Such organizations promote economic development of a destination by increasing visits from tourists and business travelers, which generates overnight lodging for a destination, visits to restaurants, and shopping revenues, regional attractions and small businesses and services. Convention and Visitor Bureaus are directly responsible for marketing the destination brand through travel and tourism "product awareness" to visitors. DMOs produce billions of dollars in direct and indirect revenue and taxes for their destinations' economies with their marketing and sales expertise. Destination marketing organizations are often called travel, convention, visitors, or tourism bureau, welcome centers, information centers and more. Regardless of the name, these organizations offer many services to the traveling public. Jersey Shore Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is a non-profit 501 C6 organization. They are the only destination marketing organization recognized by the State of New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism. They cover all Monmouth and Northern Ocean County and are responsible for stocking your travel information at the welcome center at exit 98 on Garden State Parkway. (Last year the Welcome Center saw over 3.5 million people). For a small fee any business in Monmouth or Northern Ocean County can join to support the tourism efforts at the shore. To learn more about the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau contact us at www.visitthejerseyshore.com or call 732-244-9283 or for a membership application click here. http://www.visitthejerseyshore.com/about/membership-application/

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