Community Events & Programs

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  • Asbury Park

    Living Your Best Life Mom's Club

    New this year is a Mom's Club, called Living Your Best Life! Learn how to balance the roles of motherhood with family and personal needs in a supportive, peer-lead group. Mom's Club is Thursdays from 5-6:30p.

  • Leonardo

    Family Care Employment Fair

    The Bayshore Family Success Center and the Community YMCA’s Counseling & Social Services Branch are hosting an employment fair for positions in our Family Care program.

  • Rumson

    Monmouth Insight Meditation Group

    We are local residents who enjoy the benefits of Insight Meditation and offer a peer-led group in a community space. Join us Monday evenings at 7:00 to begin or deepen your practice.

  • Long Branch

    Alcoholics Anonymous Beginner Meetings at Monmouth Medical Center

    AA is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

  • Howell

    Free Training & Narcan Spray Kits - Howell

    Training is open to anyone who is at risk of an opioid overdose or their family and friends.

  • Freehold

    Freehold Community Garden is now accepting applications for 2019!

    Freehold Community Garden is now accepting applications for 2019! The garden is located on Lloyd St, off Center St. There are shared plots, a food bank and a teaching bed. Plenty of opportunities to learn to grow your own fresh healthy food! Email [email protected] for more information.

  • Travel the World with STEAM! Free Activities Fair


    Travel the World with STEAM! Free Activities Fair

    Join us for a free fun filled activity fair at Neptune Library geared towards kids ages 6-13 and their families! Travel the world on our STEAM based adventure enjoying activities such as volcano building, Rangoli art, light up Eiffel tower, sushi making, and more.

  • Asbury Park

    8th Annual Paint the Pony Purple

    Purple-themed, family-friendly day full of entertainment, and refreshments! The event is open to all ages and we encourage everyone to wear purple to raise awareness for epilepsy.

  • New York

    Intrepid Invites Military Service Member Families

    Current and former military service members and their families are invited to join us for special programming designed just for them! Guests will take an interactive tour, enjoy educational activities and meet other military families. Programs require advance registration.

  • Varies

    Tax Preparation at Monmouth County Libraries 2019

    Free Income Tax preparation provided by AARP Foundation / Tax-Aide Volunteers is available for simple Federal and NJ returns only. Service is on a first-come, first served basis, when the library is open. A limited number of returns may be prepared in each session.

  • Free Community Resource Fair


    Free Community Resource Fair

    A FREE outreach event to access to a variety of community resources: Housing, Food, Health, Child and Family Care, and Sandy Recovery

  • Lunch Break's Life Skills Program Information Day

    Red Bank

    Lunch Break's Life Skills Program Information Day

    Come join us and learn more about our Life Skills Program, meet our coaches and take the next step.

  • Asbury Park

    Asbury Park's Got Talent! - Final Auditions

    Auditions are open to performers ages 10 and over. Cash prizes, performance opportunities and more.?

  • Freehold

    Autism, Project Lifesaver & Special Needs Registry 2nd Annual Forum

    Autism, Project Lifesaver & Special Needs Registry 2nd Annual Forum - April 2, 2019. The forum is free, but registration is required. 

  • Oceanport

    Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Family Promise

    Family Promise's Day Center has moved to Fort Monmouth in Oceanport, 501 Malterer Avenue. It provides homeless children and their families with food, clothing, emergency shelter, transportation, life skills training and comprehensive case management.

  • POAC Walk For a Difference


    POAC Walk For a Difference

    Walk For A Difference is a great day of family fun with free inflatable rides, entertainment, and activities for the whole family. All funds raised from this event will stay right in New Jersey to provide free autism education for parents and teachers, free recreational events for children and adults with autism, and free training for law enforcement and other first responders throughout the state.

  • Eatontown

    FBSANJ Announces Monthly Cooking and Food Education classes!

    Family Based Services, in partnership with Rachel Tansey, from the Rutgers Cooperative Extension Service in Monmouth County, Therese Hendrickson Family Advocate, and Shatiya Whitley Monmouth County Youth Partnership Coach, will be offering FREE hands-on food education classes.

  • Volunteer Opportunity: New Domestic Violence Response Team Training


    Volunteer Opportunity: New Domestic Violence Response Team Training

    180 Turning Lives Around, a private nonprofit organization in Monmouth County, will be conducting the 40-hour training course for a new Domestic Violence Response Team. DVRT advocates work with law enforcement to provide support, information and resources to victims of domestic violence. Deadline to apply is April 19th.

  • Spotlight Sessions

    Neptune City

    Spotlight Sessions

    Spotlight Sessions: Advocates in Action is hosting our first Spotlight Sessions, where community providers will be spotlighting their services. We encourage families, support coordination agencies and providers to attend and learn about innovative services in the community.

  • Freehold

    Youth Mental Health First Aid Course

    Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to mental health issues and substance abuse disorders.

  • Ride for Autism


    Ride for Autism

    The Ride for Autism is a one-day charity bicycle tour designed to raise money for Autism New Jersey and also to raise community awareness about autism.