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Brick Township Civic Plaza 270 Chambers Bridge Road

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30pm 732–262–1044


Cover Photograph Submitted by Karen Englert
“Brick Township is again proud to offer a year-round schedule of
recreational and cultural programs for all citizens of our community.
Whether you are interested in learning new hobbies such as golf,
tennis or gardening or you want information about our ocean beaches
and SummerFest, this brochure has the information you need.
Please take some moments to look over this brochure to see what
the Brick Township Department of Parks and Recreation has to offer this
year.”
Mayor Stephen Acropolis - Mayor Stephen C. Acropolis

2011 Township Council

Brian DeLuca Dan Toth Domenick Brando Anthony Matthews Joseph


Council President Council Vice President Sangiovanni
PHONE DIRECTORY
Chamber of Commerce! ! ! ! ! ! 732-477-4949
Brick Twp Police Dept.! ! ! ! ! ! 732-262-1100
Fire Dept/First Aid! ! ! ! ! ! 732-262-1200
Municipal Offices! ! ! ! ! ! 732-262-1000
Board of Education! ! ! ! ! ! 732-785-3000
Ocean County Health Department! ! ! ! 732-341-9700
Brick Twp Senior Outreach Services! ! ! ! 732-920-8686
Public Works! ! ! ! ! ! ! 732-451-4060
Ruthanne Mike Thulen
Drug Hotline! ! ! ! ! ! ! 732-920-6258
Scaturro Ocean County Parks and Recreation! ! ! ! 732-506-9090
Brick Township Police Athletic League! ! ! ! 732-477-0144
Brick Township Department of Boy Scouts! ! ! ! ! ! ! 732-349-1037
Parks and Recreation Girl Scouts! ! ! ! ! ! ! 732-938-5454
Brick Hockey Club ! ! ! ! ! ! 732-779-4136
Dave Francese Daniel Santaniello Brick Baseball American!! ! ! ! ! 732-458-8127
Director Deputy Director Brick Little League! ! ! ! ! ! 848-992-4165
Brick Travel Baseball! ! ! ! ! ! 732-262-7922
Scott M. Pezarras Brick Soccer Association! ! ! ! ! 732-920-1479
Business Administrator Twin County/Micro Soccer! ! ! ! ! 732-477-0228
Brick Dragons Football/Cheer! ! ! ! ! 732-262-8800
Civic Plaza Brick Mustangs Football/Cheer! ! ! ! ! 732-773-2221
Mat Rats Wrestling! ! ! ! ! ! 732-920-1401
270 Chambers Bridge Road Brick Lacrosse Club ! ! ! ! ! ! 732-701-0583
Brick, NJ 08723 732-262-1044 Guild Theatreworks! ! ! ! ! ! 732-840-2415
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Brick Children's Theatre!! ! ! ! ! 732-920-9041
United States Coast Guard! ! ! ! ! 732-899-0368

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Program Registration Dates

Program Name Registration Begins Program Name Registration Begins

Adult Winter Basketball - pg 10 December 5, 2011 Kinder Sport - pg 12 June 6, 2011

Basketball Clinic (summer) - pg 9 May 16, 2011 Lacrosse - pg 10 May 16, 2011

Bitty Basketball (Session 1) - pg 8 October 31, 2011 Little Hoopsters (session 1) - pg 8 October 31, 2011

Bitty Basketball (Session 2) - pg 8 January 9, 2012 Little Hoopsters (session 2) - pg 8 January 9, 2012

Challenger Baseball - pg 13 January 24, 2012 Mad Machines - pg 14 May 2, 2011

Challenger Bowling (summer) - pg 13 June 20, 2011 Mommy and Me - pg 12 June 6, 2011

Challenger Bowling (winter) - pg 13 December 5, 2011 Playgroup - pg 12 June 6, 2011

Challenger Basketball - pg 13 October 3, 2011 Police Camp - pg 13 June 1, 2011

Challenger Camp - pg 13 May 2, 2011 Soccer - pg 8 May 16, 2011

Challenger Soccer - pg 13 August 1, 2011 Summer Basketball - pg 9 May 16, 2011

Challenger Swim - pg 13 May 16, 2011 Summer Camp - pg 13 May 2, 2011

Dancing Bear - pg 12 June 6, 2011 Super Science Sampler - pg 14 May 2, 2011

First Time on My Own - pg 12 June 6, 2011 Surf Clinic - pg 8 May 31, 2011

Fitness Boot Camp - pg 10 May 2, 2011 Swim Lessons - pg 9 May 16, 2011

Girls T-Ball - pg 8 January 3, 2012 Swim Team - pg 9 May 23, 2011

Golf - pg 9 May 31, 2011 Tennis - pg 9 May 31, 2011

Ice Skating/Hockey - pg 8 June 6, 2011 Winter Basketball - pg 8 August 31, 2011

Junior Lifeguard Program - pg 9 May 16, 2011 Zumba - pg 10 May 2, 2011

Jump Start - pg 12 June 6, 2011 Adult Surf Clinic - pg 10 May 31, 2011

Kick Boxing - pg 10 August 8, 2011 Adult Basketball - pg 10 May 16, 2011

Girls Softball -pg 9 January 3, 2012 Recreation BMAC Basketball - pg 8 August 1, 2011

Registration for all programs begins on the Monday of the week indicated. All registrations will take place in the Brick Township
Department of Parks and Recreation Offices, located in the Civic Plaza, 270 Chambers Bridge Road, unless otherwise indicated.
Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8am until 4:30pm. Registration fees are payable by cash, check or money order
only. Registration for programs will remain open until the maximum number of participants has been reached. All programs have
a minimum enrollment. In the event that a program is canceled, registration fees will be reimbursed.

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Department Information

Mission Statement
The mission of the Brick Township Department of Parks & Recreation is to improve the quality of life for all Brick Township
citizens through the provision of high quality recreational facilities and a wide variety of programs that promote a healthy and
enriching lifestyle and a greater sense of community while enhancing the social, cultural and physical well-being of citizens and
visitors of Brick Township.

All Programs, Dates and Fees listed in this program are subject to change.

Enrollment is limited to Brick Township residents, children of Brick Township taxpayers or those who receive regular daily care
from a relative who is a Brick Township resident. A driverʼs license, tax bill, utility bill or lease with a Brick Township address is
required to complete registration. If enrollment is premised upon regular daily care of a child by a relative who is a Brick
Township resident, the application may also require a sworn statement affirming the relationship and care arrangement from the
parent or guardian of the child enrolled.

• A birth certificate may be required for children age 6 and under.


• Refunds will be issued within two (2) weeks of the start of the program only; refunds will be issued in the event of program
cancellation.
• All programs require a minimum enrollment.
• Registrations take place at the Recreation Department unless otherwise specified.

Secret Witness Program


The Department of Parks & Recreation is extremely proud of the Secret Witness Program. This program has aided in the
reduction of vandalism to park facilities. Vandalism costs the taxpayers money and requires manpower hours to make repairs and
clean. Observers of vandalism are encouraged to call the 24-hour hotline at 732-262-1100. All calls will remain anonymous.

Adaptive Programming
The Department of Parks & Recreation is affiliated with the New Jersey Recreation and Parks Association, the National
Recreation and Parks Association and World Leisure and Recreation.
The Township of Brick does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed and gender, nation of origin, age or disability in providing
services to our residents. All residents are entitled to full participation in any of the Township of Brickʼs recreation programs. The
Township of Brick will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities, furnishing appropriate auxiliary
aids and services upon request at no additional charge.

Facility Rentals
Brick Township has several municipal facilities available for rental for private purposes. Established fees and insurance
requirements apply to all rentals. These facilities include:

• Windward Beach Park - located on the Metedeconk River, Windward Beach Park has three areas that can be rented by the
public for exclusive use. These are the bandshell area, the gazebo and the picnic area.
• Bayside Park - located on Route 35 South on the Barnegat Bay, Bayside Park offers a gazebo area, playground and beautiful
views of the Barnegat Bay and sunsets.
• Brick Beach III Pavilion - located on Route 35 North, the Brick Beach III Pavilion is covered and has amenities such as picnic
tables and more.
• Drum Point Sports Complex - located on Drum Point Road adjacent to Drum Point Elementary and Emma Havens Young
Schools, the facility has numerous athletic fields, a walking/jogging trail, restrooms, lighting and concessions.
• Civic Plaza - located at 270 Chambers Bridge Road, the facility has restrooms and an all purpose room.

For rates and availability, please call 732-262-1073.

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Brick Township Beaches
Brick Township has three municipal ocean beaches and one Beach Bus
riverfront beach. All beaches are staffed with lifeguards 7 Bus transportation to Brick Beach I is available to Brick
days per week between June 13 and Labor Day. They are Township residents from June 20 until August 19 from the
open weekends from Memorial Day until September 18. following locations:
Beach badges are required for access to all beaches. Route 1 Route 2
Civic Plaza Cedar Bridge Manor
2011 Beach Badge Rates Breton Woods Fire House Visitation Church
7-11, Brick Boulevard Buy Rite, Mantoloking Rd.
Season Badge (before June 15) $25 AC Moore Corner of Sauers and Mantoloking
Season Badge (starting June 15) $30 Red Lion Inn Corner of Adamston and
Cherry Quay Park Huckleberry
Daily Wristband* $5 Angela Hibbard Park
Season Parking Stickers** $30 Drum Point Fire House
Parking Meter $1/hr
Route 3 Route 4
Senior Citizen Season Parking $15 Hebertsville Fire House Herbertsville Deli
Season Bus Pass*** $30 Lanes Mill School Corner of 19th Ave and
BJ Cooke Park Herbertsville Road
Corner of Davidson and Park Corner of 19th and Chestnut
* Children 12 and under free when accompanied by a Country Store, Rte. 88 Corner of Herbertsville and
paying adult Corner of Kenneth and Keiser Sudbury
** Valid vehicle registration required. Windward Beach Frede Park
Veterans Memorial School
*** Available for children age 13-17. Pass must be
Complex
purchased by parent or guardian. Midstreams Place
Midstreams School
Note: refunds or replacements will not be issued for lost or Jordan Rd and Midstreams Fire
stolen badges. House

Passengers should be at the bus stop prior to 9:30am. Bus


Badges and wristbands MUST be worn at all times on departs from Beach I for return to point of origin at 2:30pm.
beaches.
Children under 13 shall not be permitted to board the bus
New for 2011 - parking stickers for Brick Beaches must be unless accompanied by an adult. All riders ages 13-17 must
placed on back left bumper or back left window. have a season bus pass in order to ride without an adult.

* 2012 Beach Badges will be on sale in November 2011. PLEASE NOTE: for the safety and comfort of all passengers,
the Township of Brick reserves the right to remove and/or
refuse transport of any rider for unacceptable behavior.
Senior Beach Badges
Brick Township residents who will be age 65 by September 1,
2011 may receive free daily wristbands for access to Brick
Townshipʼs beaches. Each individual requesting a wristband
must provide proof of age (driverʼs license, birth certificate,
county ID card). Senior wristbands are available at Brick
Beach I, Brick Beach III and Windward Beach - not in the
Brick Recreation Offices.
Additionally, residents who will be age 65 by September 1,
2011 may purchase a season parking permit for $15. Valid
car registration must be shown at time of purchase.

Surf Chairs
Individuals with disabilities have the opportunity to reserve a
specially designed wheel chair that will provide easy access
to Beach I, Beach III and the Windward Beach bathing area.
Call 732-262-1184.

Photo by Devyn Zoe

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Brick Township Beaches - Information and Safety Tips
Brick Beach I - 310 Route 35 North While on Route 35 South look for “Used to Be’s” Bar Restaurant which will be on your left
hand side, (approximately 1-2 miles past Mantoloking Rd.) Less than 500 feet further south from “Used to Be’s” and across the street is the
parking lot for Brick Beach I. Amenities include lockers, outdoor shower heads, concessions, parking, restrooms.

Brick Beach II - 354 Route 35 North


There are no concessions, bathrooms or parking at Beach II. To access Brick Beach II, park at either Brick Beach I or III and walk on the beach
to Brick Beach II.

Brick Beach III - 440 Route 35 North While on Route 35 South look for “Bayside Park” which will be on your right hand side,
(approximately 2-3 miles past Mantoloking Rd.) Directly across from Bayside Park on 35 North is the parking lot for Brick Beach III. Brick Beach
III has bathrooms, concession and parking lot. Brick Beach III is the southernmost Brick Beach.

Windward Beach Park - 265 Princeton Avenue


Amenities include parking, playgrounds, volleyball net, bathrooms, fishing and crabbing piers, bocce courts, horseshoe pit, gazebo, picnic areas.

Beach Safety Tips


The Brick Township Department of Parks and Recreation and the Brick Township Lifeguards would like to share the following
safety tips and suggestions to help ensure your visits to Brick Townshipʼs beaches are safe and fun this summer:

• Swim only when lifeguards are on duty; never • Wear eye protection. UV rays can damage eyes. Wear
underestimate the ocean or overestimate your ability to sunglasses that absorb at least 90 percent of UV sunlight.
swim in the ocean. • Watch for signs of heat stroke. These include red, hot and
• Swim within designated areas only. dry skin, lethargy, nausea and vomiting, weakness and
• Parents should never leave their child unattended. dizziness. If you suspect someone is suffering from heat
• Obey all rules and posted signs. stroke, get the victim to a shady or cool area and call for
• Always listen to lifeguards; it is their job to protect you. assistance.
• Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, especially on • Wear protection on your feet. Sand can get extremely hot
days with excessive and oppressive heat. in the summer sun and can burn feet.
• Protect your skin - wear sunblock with a minimum sun
protection factor of 15 anytime you expect to be exposed to
the sun for any length of time. Reapply as often as needed.

How to Avoid and Survive


Rip Currents
A rip current is a narrow, powerful current
of water that runs perpendicular to the
beach. Rip currents pull swimmers away
from the beach and every year, over 100
people in the United States lose their lives
because of them. Drowning deaths occur
when people try to swim against the
current.

The accompanying chart illustrates how to


get out of a rip current if you find yourself
in one. Do not fight the current; swim
parallel to the shore.

Learn more by visiting the National


Weather Serviceʼs Rip Current Safety
Web page at www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov

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Recreation Youth Sports Programs
2012 Girls T-Ball League Fee $35 2012 High School Boys Fee $65
Registration fee includes 13 game season, t-shirt, hat and Basketball League
medal for each player. Registration fee includes 12 games, playoffs, t-shirt.
Who: Brick Township girls in grades K - 2 Who: Brick Township boys in high school
Location: Drum Point Sports Complex Locations: Lake Riviera Middle School
Dates: weekday evenings 4/30 through mid-June Dates: Opening Day December 4, 2011
Registration held from January 3 through February 24 in the Brick ! Sundays 9am - 3pm
Township Department of Parks and Recreation Office. All children Registration held from August 1 through November 18 in the Brick Township
will be placed on a team and are guaranteed to play. Players receive Department of Parks and Recreation Office. All players will be placed on a
on-field instruction during game play. There are no formal practices. team and are guaranteed to play.
Coastline Adventures Fee $110/session
Surfing Clinic
Bitty Basketball Clinic Fee $20/session This course covers staying healthy on the beach, surf
An instructional clinic consisting of a half hour of drills and etiquette and safety, recognizing and understanding ocean
skills and a half hour of game time. Sessions are held on and weather conditions, board handling, wave selection and
Saturday mornings at either 12pm or 1pm. riding. Fee includes equipment use and gift bag. Maximum
Who: Residents in 3rd grade enrollment of 25 students per session.
Location: Lake Riviera Middle Who: Residents ages 10-17
School
Session 1: 12/3 - 1/14 (no clinic 12/24
New! Location: Brick Beach III
Session 1: 7/11 - 7/14 8:30am - 11:30am
& 12/31) Session 2: 7/25 - 7/28 8:30am - 11:30am
Session 2: 1/21 - 2/25 (no clinic 2/18) Session 3: 8/8 - 8/11 8:30am - 11:30am
ALL SURFERS MUST BE ABLE TO SWIM
Please bring bathing suit or wet suit, towels, waterproof sunscreen, hat, t-
shirt or cover up, snack and, if desired, dry clothes. Note: as safety is the top
LITTLE HOOPSTERS Fee $20/session priority, camp schedule may change due to weather, tides or surf conditions.
An instructional clinic consisting of skills and drills. No game Make ups will be made at the discretion of the instructor.
time. Clinics are held Saturday mornings at either 9am,
10am or 11am. Ice Skating and Hockey Lessons Fee $85
Who: Residents in 1st and 2nd grades Learn to skate and the fundamentals of ice hockey with these
Location: Lake Riviera Middle School new programs. All programs held at the Ocean Ice Palace.
Session 1: 12/3 - 1/14 (no clinic 12/24 & 12/31) Tiny Tots with Parents
Session 2: 1/21 - 2/25 (no clinic 2/18) Who: Children up to 4
Dates: Wednesdays 7/20 - 8/31 3:15pm - 4pm
2012 Brick Recreation Fee $65 Session 1 6/1 - 7/13
B-MAC Basketball Leagues Session 2 7/20 - 8/31
This is the 14th Season of Brick Recreation / B-MAC Learn to Skate
Basketball. Registration fee includes 12 games, playoffs, Who: Children ages 5-12
t-shirt and trophy. Date: Wednesdays 7/20 - 8/31 4pm - 5pm
Who: Brick Township boys in grades 4 - 8 Session 1 6/1 - 7/13
Brick Township girls in grades 4 - 9 Session 2 7/20 - 8/31
Locations: Brick Townshipʼs schools Intro to Ice Hockey
Dates: Team placement in October for all grades Who: Children ages 4-12
Opening Day December 3, 2011 2:30pm Dates: Wednesdays 7/20 - 8/31 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Registration held from August 1 through September 30 in the Brick Session 1 6/1 - 7/13
Township Department of Parks and Recreation Office. All children Session 2 7/20 - 8/31
will be placed on a team and are guaranteed to play. Ice skates and ice hockey skates will be offered for rental at the Ocean Ice
Palace at the fee of $2 per week
USP Soccer Camp Fee $60
Sponsors Wanted Skills and drills will be the focus of this instructional clinic
The Parks and Recreation Department is always seeking taught by licensed instructors provided by USP Soccer. Open
support from the community to help offset the costs of to all regardless of ability; students will be grouped according
these programs and keep them affordable for the families to skill.
of Brick Township. If you or your business are interested Who: Residents ages 4 - 16
in becoming a sponsor of the Girls Softball and T-Ball Location: Drum Point Sports Complex
Programs or the Brick Recreation/B-MAC Basketball Dates: 7/11 - 7/15 9am - 12pm
Leagues, please call 732-262-1095 to discuss Students should wear appropriate soccer footwear and shin guards; bring a
sponsorship opportunities. snack and plenty to drink.

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Recreation Youth Sports Programs
Swimming Lessons Fee $85 Tennis for Beginners Fee $60
Available to all residents who meet the age requirements. Basic tennis instructions for those new to the sport. Lessons
Lessons are offered on a first come, first serve basis. All are one-hour and are held Monday through Friday for a total
sessions are Monday, Wednesday and Friday for two of 5 hours of instruction.
consecutive weeks for a total of 6 periods of instruction. Who: Township residents age 5 and up
Maximum enrollment is 25 per class. Locations: Municipal Tennis Courts, Municipal Building
Who: Brick residents aged 2 - 12 (ages 2-4 must have one ! 401 Chambers Bridge Road
! adult per child in pool with child at all times) Session 1: 6/27 - 7/1 (9am or 10am)
Location: Camp Zehnder, 3911 Hebertsville Road, Wall Twp. Session 2: 7/5 -7/11 (9am or 10am)
Session 1: 7/5*, 7/6, 7/8, 7/11, 7/13, 7/15 (Tue due to holiday) Session 3: 7/11 - 7/15 (5pm or 6pm)
Session 2: 7/18, 7/20, 7/22, 7/25, 7/27, 7/29 Session 4: 7/18 - 7/22 (5pm or 6pm)
Times: Ages 2-4 1pm, Ages 5-12 2pm
Basketball Clinic Fee $40
Brick Barracuda Swim Team Fee $85 A clinic featuring drills to improve basketball skills. There are
The Barracudas compete throughout Ocean and Monmouth no games in this clinic. Limited to 30 children per class.
Counties. Currently in its 17th Season, this competitive Who: Residents in 2nd through 8th grade
program involves daily practices with continuous swimming Location: Lake Riviera Middle School
and participation in meets. Practices are age appropriate and Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6/21 - 7/21
all swimmers must meet minimum requirements or they will Times: 2nd through 4th grade 5:15pm - 6:30pm
be referred to an instructional program. ! 5th through 8th grade 6:30pm - 7:45pm
The requirements are as follows:
5 and 6 years old: Continuous 25 yard sets of unassisted Summer Outdoor Basketball Fee $65
! ! freestyle and alternating backstroke and Game play only. Ten game schedule with no playoffs or
! ! kick board drills organized practices.
7 and 8 years old: Continuous 100 yard sets Who: Residents in grades 5-8
9 and 10 years old: Continuous 150 yard sets Location: Arrowhead Park, Village Way
11 and 12 years old: Continuous 200-300 yard sets. Dates: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6/20 - 7/22
13 and 14 years old: Continuous 500 yard sets 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30pm
Sets for these ages are comprised of alternating freestyle, High School Division
backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and related drills. Who: Boys in grades 9-11 as of September 2011
Location: Practices and home meets are at Pine Grove Location: Arrowhead Park, Village Way
! Camp, Herbertsville Road Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6/21-7/20
Times: 5pm-7pm 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30pm
Team suits and caps are available for purchase at an
additional cost but are not required. 2012 Girls Softball League Fee $65
Junior Lifeguard Program Fee $85 Registration fee includes 12 game season, playoffs, t-shirt,
This course is designed to provide students with a sound visor and trophy for each player.
aquatic background and the skills needed to one day Who: Brick Township girls in grades 3 - 9
become an Ocean Lifeguard. Students will undergo Location: Drum Point Sports Complex
professional surf training and daily team relays involving Dates: Tryouts for placement held in March 2012
Registration held from January 3 through February 24 in the Brick
surfboard paddling, swimming, running and beach flags.
Township Department of Parks and Recreation Office. Returning
Additionally, students will be instructed in the basics of first 5th and 7th grade girls must try out along with any 5th and 7th grade
aid and CPR (no certification given). girls who havenʼt previously played. All children will be placed on a
The program is held from 8:45am - 10:45am team and are guaranteed to play.
Who: Brick residents ages 10 - 15
Location: Brick Beach III
Dates: Mondays, 7/11 - 8/15 FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SOFTBALL AND T-BALL
Golf Instruction Fee $40 PLEASE CALL 732-262-1095
Basic golf instruction course for those interested in learning
the fundamentals of the game. Maximum 6 students per
class. Lessons are held from 9am-10am.
Who: Residents aged 8 and over
Location: Drum Point Sports Complex
Session 1: 7/18, 7/20, 7/22
Session 2: 7/25, 7/27, 7/29

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Recreation Youth and Adult Sports Programs
Total Lacrosse Skills and Instruction Fee $60 Fitness Boot Camp Fee $130
Basic instruction, plus skills and drills taught by a former Introducing Windward Beach workouts. These high intensity
Division 1 lacrosse player, high school coach and current workouts will include muscular strength endurance exercises
coach of Brick Lacrosse Club. Experience not required. Fee for upper and lower body, core strength
includes t-shirt. exercises and static stretching. Q&A

New!
Who: Boys and Girls grades 2 - 8 after class on nutrition and follow
Location: Veterans Memorial Sports Complex up exercises. Instructor provides
Session 1: 7/11 - 7/14 9am - 10am all equipment. Classes held on
Session 2: 7/18 - 7/21 9am - 10am Mondays and Thursdays at 7am or 8am
Boys should bring a lacrosse stick, gloves and arm pads if you have or Fridays at 5:30pm.
them. Girls should bring a lacrosse stick and eye protection if you Who: Residents ages 18 and over
have them. Extra lacrosse sticks will be available. Location: Windward Beach Park
Dates: 5/31 - 7/8
Adult Sports Programs and Clinics
One Day Adult Surfing Clinic Fee $60
One day instructional clinic designed to introduce adults to
the sport of surfing. Maximum enrollment of 12 per class. Zumba Classes Fee $50
Who: Residents ages 18 and over Zumba is a dance fitness party and an easy way to burn
Location: Brick Beach III calories. It has grown to become the worldʼs largest and
Dates: 7/10, 7/24, 8/7 or 8/21 8:30am-12pm most successful dance fitness program
for people of all shapes and sizes.

New!
Adult Basketball Fee $20 Come and dance with us! Classes
Open gym basketball exclusively for adults. Held on held on Monday nights from
Wednesday evenings from 7:30pm-9:30pm 7pm - 8pm.
Who: Residents ages 18 and over Who: Residents ages 18 and over
Location: Lake Riviera Middle School Location: Civic Plaza
Session 1: 1/4 - 1/25 Session 1 6/6 - 7/18 (no class 7/4)
Session 2: 2/1 - 2/22 Session 2 7/25 - 8/29
Session 3 9/12 - 10/24 (no class 10/10)
Summer Outdoor College! ! Fee $65 Session 4 10/31 - 11/24
Basketball League
Teams play a ten game season, no playoffs or organized
practices. Games played from 6:30pm-7:30pm Adult Softball Leagues
Who: Residents age 18-23 Parks and Recreation offers men and mixed softball leagues
Location: Arrowhead Park, Village Way throughout the spring, summer and fall. Leagues are offered
Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays (make up games on on Sunday mornings and Monday, Wednesday or Thursday
! Friday), 6/21 - 7/20 nights for men and Tuesday nights for mixed leagues.
Games are played at the Drum Point Sports Complex.
Kickboxing Fee $50 For more information please call 732-262-1165.
A cardiovascular workout consisting of jabs, hooks, uppercuts
and kicks designed to get you on your way to a leaner body
and healthier state of mind! No equipment is used and gloves
are not required. Fitness can be fun. Classes are held on
Wednesday evenings from 7pm-8pm.
Who: Residents ages 18 and over
Location: Civic Plaza
Session 1 9/7 - 10/12
Session 2 10/19 - 11/23
Session 3 1/4 - 2/8
Session 4 2/15 - 3/21

Photo by Diana Leahy

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Early Childhood & Childrenʼs Programs

Mommy and Me! ! ! Fee $40 Jump Start ! ! ! ! Fee $75


Mom/Dad will create a variety of crafts and creatively Children will be exposed to a wide variety of educational
express themselves through songs in a one hour class. experiences designed to assist them as they prepare for
Ages 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 walking. Classes held on Thursdays at kindergarten. Children must be 4 years old by October 1,
either 9am or 10am. 2011 and not kindergarten eligible. Classes held Monday,
Session 1 6/23 - 7/28 (9am only) Wednesday and Friday at either 9am-11:30am or
Session 2 9/15 - 10/20 12pm-2:30pm.
Session 3 10/27-12/08 (no class 11/24) Session 1 9/12 - 10/21 (no class 10/10)
Session 4 12/15 - 1/26 (no class 12/29) Session 2 10/24 - 12/2 (no class 11/11 & 11/25)
Session 5 2/2 - 3/8 Session 3 12/5 - 1/20 (no class 12/26, 1/2 & 1/16)
Session 6 3/15 - 4/26 (no class 4/12) Session 4 1/23 - 3/2 (no class 2/20)
Session 7 5/3 - 6/7 Session 5 3/5 - 4/20 (no class 4/6 - 4/13)
Session 6 4/23 - 6/1 (no class 5/28)
Mommy and Me Saturday Classes Fee $40
Classes offered on Saturday mornings from Playgroup! ! ! ! Fee $40
10:30am-11:30am. Children develop learning and social skills while exploring
Session 1 9/10-10/22 arts & crafts and joining in games. Ages 3 1/2 - 4 1/2.
Session 2 10/29-12/17 (no class New! Classes held on Tuesdays at either 9am-11am or
11/26) 12pm-2pm.
Session 3 1/7 - 2/18 Session 1 6/21 - 7/26 (9am session only)
Session 4 2/25 - 4/7 Session 2 9/12 - 10/18
Session 5 4/14 - 5/26 Session 3 10/25 - 12/6 (no class 11/8)
Session 4 12/13 - 1/24 (no class 12/27)
Session 5 1/31 - 3/6
First Time on My Own! ! Fee $40 Session 6 3/13 - 4/24 (no class 4/10)
Children will Create a variety of crafts and express Session 7 5/1 - 6/5
themselves through song, finger plays and activities. Ages 2
1/2 - 3 1/2. Classes held on Thursdays at either 11am, 12pm KinderSport!! ! Fee $40
or 1pm. This one hour class offers shared activities with Mom/Dad/
Session 1 6/23 - 7/28 (10am only) Grandparent that will explore physical activities that will
Session 2 9/15 - 10/20 develop large motor skills. Children will be introduced to a
Session 3 10/27 -12/08 (no class 11/24) wide variety of sports. Ages 2 1/2 - 3 1/2. Classes held
Session 4 12/15 - 1/26 (no class 11/29) Mondays at 9:30am.
Session 5 2/2 - 3/8 Session 1 9/12 - 10/24 (no class
Session 6 3/15 - 4/26 (no class 4/12) 10/10) New!
Session 7 5/3 - 6/7 Session 2 10/31 - 12/5
Session 3 12/12 - 2/6 (no class 12/26, 1/2
First Time on My Own Saturday Classes Fee $40 & 1/16)
Classes offered on Saturday mornings from Session 4 2/13 - 3/26 (no class 2/20)
11:30am-12:30pm. Session 5 4/2 - 5/14 (no class 4/9)
Session 1 9/10-10/22
Session 2 10/29-12/17 (no class New! Dancing Bears Music!
An early childhood music and movement program, each
Fee $70
11/26)
Session 3 1/7 - 2/18 class is a world of discovery and adventure. Fee includes
Session 4 2/25 - 4/7 CD, book and tote. Ages 6 weeks - 4. Classes held
Session 5 4/14 - 5/26 Tuesdays at either 9:30am - 10:15am or 10:30am - 11:15am.
Session 1 7/5 - 8/9
Session 2 9/13 - 10/18
Session 3 10/25 - 12/6
Session 4 1/10 - 2/14
Session 5 2/21 - 3/27
Session 6 4/3 - 5/8

All programs listed on this page are held at the Civic Plaza, 270 Chambers Bridge Road
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Challenger Programs Summer Camps
The Township of Brick is proud to offer the following activities
for physically or developmentally challenged young people. Summer Camp 2011 Fee $100 (25 days*)
! ! ! ! $ 50 (12 days*)
Challenger Summer Camp Fee $100 Recreation Summer Camp provides young people with
A five-week summer day camp experience for children ages opportunities to enjoy activities such as arts, crafts, games
5 - 12 with mild to moderate developmental disabilities. and organized sports in a supervised environment. Children
Monday through Friday, 9am - 2pm. Enrollment is limited to should bring lunch, a morning snack and plenty to drink. A
40 children. variety of day-trips are offered for children enrolled in the
Location: Herbertsville Elementary School (M-TH) camp program and require an additional fee. Trips are
! Civic Plaza (F) optional and filled on a first come, first serve basis. In the
Camp Dates: 6/27 - 8/2 event of rain, all camps are closed for the day. In the event
of excessive temperatures, campers are dismissed at noon.
Ages 4 -12, Monday through Friday, 9am-2pm.
Summer Bowling 2011 Fee $5/participant Location: Windward Beach Park
Saturdays at 11am Dates: 6/27 - 8/2
Location: Sea Girt Lanes * no refunds will be given for unused days
Dates: 7/30 - 8/20

Swim Lessons 2011 Fee $85/participant Counselor in Training Program


At Camp Zehnder YMCA, 1313Road, Wall Township. For The Counselor in Training Program is an opportunity for
ages 5 - 12. Lessons held from 3pm - 4pm. young people to learn the responsibilities of becoming a
Session 1 7/5, 7/6, 7/8, 7/11, 7/13, 7/15 Recreation Summer Camp leader by assisting the staff in
Session 2 7/18, 7/20, 7/22, 7/25, 7/27, 7/29 daily activities. CITʼs must be 14 years old with paid
registration for camp.
Soccer 2011 Fee $5/participant
Saturdays 9am Parents must attend a mandatory pre-camp meeting
Location: Drum Point Sports Complex on June 20 at 6pm at the Civic Plaza.
Dates: 9/3 - 10/1

Basketball 2011 Fee $5/participant Police Department Youth Camp No Fee


Saturdays 9am The Brick Township Police Department will offer a six-day
Location: Civic Plaza Activity Center youth camp for children aged 10 - 12. Enrollment in this
Dates: 11/5 - 12/10 highly-popular program is limited and selection is done
through lottery.
Winter Bowling 2012 Fee $5/participant
Saturdays at 11am Camp activities include physical training, handcuffing
Location: Sea Girt Lanes techniques, police baton training, K-9 interaction, bike unit
Dates: 1/7 - 2/25 training and obstacle course, motor vehicle stops and
accident investigation and trips to other police agencies.
The Police Camp Graduation Ceremony is held during the
Baseball 2012 Fee $5/participant
Fridays at 5:30pm Annual Night Out Against Crime celebration.
Location: Joe Boland Field, Lanes Mill Road
Dates: 4/13 - 6/1 Register in the Police Department Week of June 1
Camp Dates: 7/25 - 8/2
Teens On The Go!
An extension of the Challenger Program, Teens on the Go! Campers must be able to perform rigorous physical activities
offers dances, trips and other social and recreational and adhere to strict disciplinary policy. They are required to
opportunities for young adults aged 12 and over. wear khaki shorts or slacks and sneakers. T-shirts and hats
will be provided. Campers must bring their own lunch.

For more information about Police Camp please call


732-262-2135.

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Science Programs and Family Events

Science Exploration
Super Science Sampler Fee $124 FAMILY BUS TRIPS
Explore five of the coolest branches of science. Discover
how cells work, how bugs walk on water and how an owl
“Charm City”
eats. Stir up crazy concoctions that become silly putty, ice
cream and sidewalk chalk. Learn how to make your own Inner Harbor of Baltimore
volcano. For students in grades 2 - 5. Classes held from Saturday, July 16 $60 per person
9am-12pm. Explore the beautiful and historic Inner Harbor of Baltimore,
Location: Civic Plaza MD. The Inner Harbor offers a wide variety of shopping,
Dates: 7/11 - 7/15 cultural and dining experiences including the National
Aquarium, Baltimore Science Center and the Harborplace
Mad Machines &! ! ! ! Fee $124 and The Gallery Shopping Center.
Junior Engineers Bus Leaves the Civic Plaza at 7am ; return trip from
Learn to build bridges and skyscrapers using simple tools Baltimore leaves at 5pm.
and your imaginations. Also have fun learning about the
science behind robots and the difference between robot and “City of Brotherly Love”
automation. For students in grades 2-5. Classes held from
Philadelphia, PA
9am-12pm.
Location: Civic Plaza Saturday, August 13 $50 per person
Dates: 8/1 - 8/5 Spend the day in the city where America was born! Learn
about our history by visiting Independence Hall, the Liberty
Bell, the Betsy Ross House or Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest
Family Fun! continuously residential street in America. Or check out the
Parks and Recreation is pleased to offer discount tickets to cuisine at the world famous Reading Terminal Market.
the following parks: The day and the city is yours!
Bus Leaves the Civic Plaza at 7am ; return trip from
Hershey Park, Hershey, Pennsylvania Philadelphia leaves at 5pm.
Junior and Seniors (ages 3-8 and 55-69)!! $31
Adult (ages 9-54) ! ! ! $43
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
Dorney Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania Thursday, December 8 $80 per person
Daily Pass (adult only)! ! ! ! $35 Celebrate the spirit of the season at one of America’s most
beloved Christmas traditions! The Radio City Christmas
Sesame Place, Langhorne, Pennsylvania Spectacular was first presented in 1933 and is seen by more
Admission! ! ! ! ! $48 than 1 million people every year!
Special July Ticket! ! ! ! $39
Valid from July 1 through July 31 only Bus departs the Brick Township Civic Plaza at 8am and
returns after the show. The show starts at 2pm. Fee includes
Moreyʼs Pier, The Wildwoods, New Jersey
bus transportation and ticket to the show. No seats will be
Adult ! ! ! ! ! ! $42
Child (under 48” tall - combination ticket only)! $33 sold without payment. No refunds will be issued unless
Waterpark Only!! ! ! ! $28 show is sold out. Tickets available to Brick residents only
Amusement Only! ! ! ! $36 until 30 days prior to the show.
For more information call 732-262-1075.
Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, New Jersey
Theme Park - Adult Only (includes Safari)! $28 All bus trips have a minimum enrollment requirement. Minimum
Hurricane Harbor ! ! ! ! $23 must be met two weeks prior to the scheduled date. Refunds will
Parking Pass (daily only)! ! ! $10
3 Park Season Pass! ! ! ! $105 only be issued if trip has to be canceled. Fees payable by cash or
2 Park (theme and safari)! ! ! $85 check. Please call 732-262-1075.

Tickets will be on sale in the Recreation Office


and will be available while supplies last.

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B-MAC and Brick Youth Club

Brick Youth Club


The Brick Municipal Alliance Committee (B-MAC) is a
committee of volunteers from the community that work with
township staff to develop and implement programs designed
to reduce substance use and abuse and juvenile delinquency The Brick Youth Club is a component
in our community. of the Brick Township Department of
Parks and Recreation and B-MAC. It
Programs coordinated and supported by B-MAC include: was founded in 2002 to provide young
people under the age of 18 with
New Jersey Peer to Peer - a middle school alcohol drug additional opportunities to enjoy enriching activities in a drug
prevention program. and alcohol free environment.

REBEL2 - a youth anti-tobacco movement. Friday Night DJ Dance Parties


For students in the 6th, 7th and 8th Grades. Free to attend
Communities and Schools Together (CAST) - a but pre-registration is required. BYC Membership Card
community-based effort to educate the young people of required for registration.
Maple Leaf Park about the dangers of alcohol and drug Location: Civic Plaza
abuse. Dates: Friday evenings (dates TBA) 7pm-9:30pm

I Can Problem Solve - works with children in the Recreation Family Movie Nights
Departmentʼs pre-school program to help children think of Movies appropriate for the families of Brick Township are
non-violent ways to solve every day problems. shown. Admission is free; children under 12 must be
accompanied by an adult. Limited to the first 200 residents
Transition Project - a student-based peer program to assist who register.
students in the transition from middle school to high school. Location: Civic Plaza
Dates: Friday evenings (dates and movies TBA) 7pm
15 Minute Child Break - an interactive, one-hour
presentation for parents, grandparents and caregivers about Open Gym Basketball
substance abuse. Co-sponsored by our schoolʼs PTAʼs and Year-round open gym. Free for residents aged 12-18.
the Partnership for a Drug Free America. Evening session for high school students only.
Location: Civic Plaza
B-MAC would like to remind parents that studies show that Dates: Mondays and Wednesdays 2:30pm - 4:30pm
parents are the single most important factor in preventing ! Monday and Wednesday evenings 4:30pm-6:30pm
youth substance abuse. However, 50% of the information
students receive each day is completely unfiltered by Open Gym Volleyball
adults. As little as 10 minutes per week of meaningful Year-round open gym with coaches on site to instruct and
conversation with your child can make a difference. supervise. Free for residents aged 12-18.
Location: Civic Plaza
Donʼt wait - START TODAY! Dates: Tuesdays, 6pm-8pm

B-MAC Young Artist Development Program Senior Dinner and a Movie Nights
The YADP provides young people with the opportunity to
develop artistic knowledge and skills in the areas of creative An evening of dinner and a classic movie for Brick Township
writing, drama, visual arts and dance. Open to Brick residents aged 60 and over. These events are sponsored by
residents in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Classes held the Brick Youth Club and dinner is served by the youth
6pm-9pm. Enrollment is free volunteers of the BYC. Free to attend for the first 100
and limited to the first 20 residents who register.
students to register. Location: Civic Plaza
Location: Civic Plaza Dates: 7/15, 11/18 (movies TBA)
Dates: Tuesdays, 8/23 - 12/6
For Information about BMAC call 732-262-4713
This program is made possible in part by For information about the BYC call 732-262-1076
a grant administered by the Ocean
To register for BYC Events please call the registration
County Cultural and Heritage Commission in conjunction with the New
Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of hotline at 732-262-1074
the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Special Events

Memorial Day Parade Sand Castle Contest Fee $5


The Townshipʼs Annual Memorial Day Parade honors the Residents are invited to take part in the Townshipʼs first sand
men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our castle building contest. Prizes will be awarded.
nation. The parade starts at the former Foodtown on Route Location: Brick Beach III
70 and travels on Chambers Bridge Road to the Municipal Date: 7/20 8am-12pm
Complex where a ceremony will follow. The parade is co- For more information please call 732-262-1075
hosted by VFW Post 8867 and American Legion Post 348.
For information call 732-262-1076. Night Out Against Crime / Kidʼs Day
Date: Monday, May 30, 2011 10am The Townshipʼs Annual Night Out Against Crime and Kidʼs
Day Celebration will feature police exhibits, demonstrations,
games, the Police Camp Graduation and more.
Location: Windward Beach Park
Date: 8/2 6pm

KiteFest 2011
This event provides a healthy, drug free activity for children
and their parents. Families may bring their own kites to fly or
International Surf Day build one from a kit provided for free by B-MAC.
Beach clean up with a talk on pollution and the effects on Location: Brick Beach III
people and wildlife, a fee mini surf clinic, tips on ocean safety, Date: 9/24 (rain date 9/25)
naturalist talk, beach/bay walk, beach activities such as sand Call 732-262-1074 to reserve a kite kit
castle building, volleyball, etc. Sponsored by the Brick
Township Lifeguards, Coastline Adventures Surf School and Halloween Spooktacular 2011
the Surfrider Association. Free with beach admission. Brick Townshipʼs annual Halloween celebration. Residents
Location: Brick Beach III, Route 35 North are invited to bring their cars, decorate them, pop the trunk
Date: Saturday, June 18 9am and hand out treats. In addition, there will be hayrides,
pumpkin patch and costume parade. Trophies for costumes
9th Annual B-MAC Golf Tournament and decorated cars.
At the beautiful Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Lakewood Location: Drum Point Sports Complex
Township. Includes continental breakfast, 18 holes of golf Date: 10/26 (rain date 10/27) 6pm - 8pm
and full lunch. There will be prizes and giveaways.
Foursome and sponsorship packages available. Single Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
golfers welcome. All residents are invited to help welcome the Christmas
Location: Eagle Ridge Golf Club, Lakewood season to Brick Township at our annual Christmas Tree
Date:! 7/25 Lighting celebration. Featuring music, treats and a visit from
For information or to register call 732-262-1165 Santa Claus!
Location: Municipal Building
Autism Surf Day 2011 Date: 11/29 5:30pm
Sponsored by Coastline Adventures Surf School, POAC,
Brick Lifeguards, All State Tʼs and Sub Shack. Holiday Home Decorating Contest
Location: Brick Beach III The Townshipʼs Annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest.
Date: 7/5 4:30pm-6:30pm Open to all homes in Brick Township, prizes will be awarded
Admission is free; enrollment is limited. for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place. Homes must be registered to be
Call 732-785-1099 to register. part of the contest. Call 732-262-1044 to register.

9/11 Remembrance Ceremony Menorah Lighting Ceremony


The Townshipʼs Annual Candlelight Vigil to honor the memory Residents are invited as the Township joins the congregation
of those who were lost on September 11, 2001. Held at the of Temple Beth Or to welcome Hanukkah at the Annual
Angel in Anguish Monument. Menorah Lighting celebration.
Location: Windward Beach Park Location: Municipal Building
Date: 9/11 TBA Date: 12/21 4pm

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Cultural Events and Entertainment

2011 Summer Concert Series Cultural Events at the


Festive Flutes
Wednesday, June 22 - Amphitheater at Drum Point School
Bob Anstett Cultural Arts Center
Guild Theatreworks Presents
Everald Williams Jazz Trio “Spirit of America in Words, Wisdom and Song”
Wednesday, June 29 - Brick Beach III Wednesday, May 18

Gerard Esposito Janet Spahr


Wednesday, July 6 - Brick Beach III “Shakespeare”
Wednesday, May 25
Acoustic Musicians Guild
Wednesday, July 20 - Amphitheater at Drum Point School Guild Theatreworks Presents
A Comedic Reading of William Ingeʼs “Bus Stop”
The Phil Engel Band Wednesday, June 15
Wednesday, July 27 - Brick Beach III
Guild Theatreworks Presents
Undercover Blues Band Del Shoresʼ “Daddyʼs Dyinʼ (Whoʼs Got the Will?)”
Wednesday, August 10 - Brick Beach III Friday, July 22, Saturday, July 23, Sunday, July 24 (3pm),
Thursday, July 28, Friday, July 29 and Sunday, July 30
All Concerts are FREE to attend and begin at 7pm.
Guild Theatreworks Presents
A Concert: “Sounds of Summer”
Wednesday, August 17
Bob Anstett Cultural Arts Center
575 Herbertsville Road Jennifer Mylod & the Boys of County OʼCean
Wednesday, August 24
The Bob Anstett Cultural Arts Center was named in honor of Mr.
Guild Theatreworks Presents
Robert Anstett. Mr. Anstett had an enthusiastic and infectious love
Dramatic Reading of Ayn Randʼs
of the arts, particularly the written word. He was the driving force
“The Night of January 16th: A Court Room Drama”
behind many of Brick Township’s Cultural Programs. He was an
Wednesday, September 14
avid environmentalist and started the Brick Garden Club. Mr.
Anstett passed away in 2009 and Mayor Acropolis renamed the
Cultural Arts Center to honor Bob’s countless contributions to our
Guild Theatreworks Presents
community.
Hart & Kaufmanʼs “You Canʼt Take it with You”
Friday, October 7, Saturday, October 8, Sunday, October 9
(3pm), Thursday, October 13, Friday, October 14 and
Amazing life is
Saturday, October 15
So wonder full
To walk or
Guild Theatreworks Presents
To just sit and look out
A Reading of Neil Simonʼs “Broadway Bound”
Wednesday, November 9
Drinking light wine
With food In the country
Festive Flutes
Alone
Wednesday, December 14
Or with someone -
With plenty of people
All Concerts and Events begin at 7pm unless otherwise
Robert “Bob” E. Anstett noted. All are FREE to attend. Seating is limited, so
Learning how to love
1933-2009 anyone wishing to attend is encouraged to call
And enjoy
You are real and I am real “Hello Friend” 732-262-1006 to reserve seats.
It is there
For Us.
- written by Robert E. Anstett

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Affiliated Groups and Organizations Senior Outreach Services

Guild Theatreworks Brick Township Senior Outreach Services is


Formerly known as The Brick Players, Guild Theatreworksʼ located in VFW Post 8867, 373 Adamston Road.
mission is to encourage cooperation among and They can be reached at 732-920-8686.
advancement of artistes, art students, actors, writers,
producers, craftsmen, designers, publishers and all others The Mission of Senior Outreach Services is to make a
engaged in artistic and theatrical activities through the positive difference in the lives of senior residents of Brick
production of theatrical events on the community level. Township by improving their access to health, education,
social and supportive services thereby helping them live with
Guild Theatreworks is always seeking new members to dignity and independence. Services are provided under Title
participate in their productions as performers, designers, III of the Older Americans Act of 1965 and the Township of
technicians and musicians. Interested citizens can visit their Brick.
website at www.guildtheatreworks.org or call Janet Spahr at
732-477-6274. Brick Township Senior Outreach Services is a secondary NJ
Ease Access Site. Hours of operation are Monday through
Brick Childrenʼs Community Theatre Friday from 8am - 4pm. Office closings will be announced on
The BCCT is a non-profit community theatre group dedicated 94.3FM The Point or 1310AM WADB.
to the children of Ocean and Monmouth Counties.
Established in 1992, the BCCT has spawned great reviews Programs and services offered by Senior Outreach
with much interest and a dedicated following from the local Services include:
community.
General Programs and Services - benefit screening,
The BCCT is seeking new members who wish to participate telephone reassurance, caregiver, care receiver information
in upcoming productions. Parents, performers, set designers, and assistance, transportation to physicians for well visits,
musicians and technicians are all welcome. For more health screenings.
information visit www.bcct.org or call Heather Campagno at
732-920-9041. Physical Fitness - ballroom dancing, self defense, line
dancing, arm exercises, DJ Dancing, chair aerobics, tai chi
Parents for the Arts
Comprised of parents, teachers, young adults and children, Art, Social Events and Education - oil painting, watercolor
this energetic group is pleased to announce its annual painting, acrylic painting, movies, literary club, holiday events,
summer program. Please call Valerie Abramo at multicultural club and fair, craft class, surf fishing club,
732-458-8918 or e-mail parentsforthearts@yahoo.com for Humming Birds social group, vendor fair, educational classes,
more information. conversational English, brain aerobics

Brick Township Garden Club Additionally, Senior Outreach Services provides assistance to
The Brick Township Garden Club is a group of enthusiastic residents over the age of 60 by obtaining the following
citizens who meet to share tips and advice on gardening services by referral:
techniques and practices. They also work to keep Brick
Township beautiful by maintaing gardens and flower pots in Alcohol & drug abuse prevention, depression and mental
the community. The Garden Club meets on the second health, fix-it program, homemaker services, gift of warmth,
Monday of each month at 7pm at the Bob Anstett Cultural veterans affairs, bereavement and other support groups,
Arts Center, Herbertsville Road. New members are always Meals on Wheels, nutrition lunch and more.
welcome.
If you are experiencing mental or physical abuse, if you
Friends of the Brick Library suspect abuse or if you feel that someone you know needs
Enjoy bus trips, films, lectures, art exhibits, musicals and help, please call 732-920-8686. All calls will remain
social gatherings. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of anonymous.
each month at 9:30am at the Brick Branch of the Ocean
County Library. Check the posters and bulletin boards at the
library for announcements of events. For more information
please call 732-477-4513.

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Parks and Recreational Facilities

Brick Township is proud to have some of, Brick Township Skateboard Park
if not the, finest municipal recreational Located in the Drum Point Sports Complex behind Emma Havens Young
facilities at the Jersey Shore. These Elementary School, the Skateboard Park has ramps, jumps and rails for
young athletes. The Park is open from day to dusk when school is not in
facilities offer residents and visitors alike a session and from 3pm to dusk on school days. Use of the Skateboard
Park is free. Helmets, knee and elbow pads must be worn at all times in
wide variety of opportunities to be active or the park.
to enjoy some of the most beautiful natural
Bicycles are not allowed in the Skateboard Park.
settings in Ocean County.

Baseball/Softball
BRICK TOWNSHIP PARKS AND RECREATIONAL

Drinking Water

Horseshoe Pit
FACILITIES

Tennis Courts
Soccer Fields

Picnic Tables

Walking Trail
Rest Rooms
Concession

Basketball
Swimming

Volleyball
Crabbing
Fishing
Tot Lot

Bocce
Facility Name - Street Location

Airport Trail - Drum Point Road / Cherry Quay Road  


Bay Harbor Beach - Bay Harbor Blvd.     23
Bayside Park - Route 35 South    
Bernard J. Cooke Memorial Park - Burnt Tavern Road    
Joe Boland Field - Lanes Mill Road    
Brick Beach I - Route 35 North     
Brick Beach II - Route 35 North 
Brick Beach III - Route 35 North     
Brick Township Municipal Building - Chambers Bridge Rd 
Cedar Bridge Manor Park - Cedar Bridge Manor Drive     
Colorado Avenue Park - Colorado Avenue   
Drum Point Sports Complex - Drum Point Road         
Angela Hibbard Park - Drum Point Road      
Edmund Hibbard Park - Tiller Lane      
Frede Drive Park - Frede Drive  
Lake Riviera Park - North Lakeshore Drive      
Mallard Point Park - Tunesbrook Drive    
Arrowhead Park - Village Way   
Pinewood Acres Complex - Route 88 West   
Sawmill Trail - Burnt Tavern Road  
Veterans Memorial Complex - Hendrickson Avenue       
Hank Waltonowski Park - Ashwood Road    
VFW Park - Duchess Lane   
Windward Beach Park - Princeton Avenue          
Midstreams Elementary School Playground - Midstreams Rd.  
Emma Havens Young School Playground - Drum Point Rd. 
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