If your spirits are in need of a little uplifting this weekend, you may want to catch this free concert at the main branch of the Middletown Library on Sunday.
The annual holiday concert of the Middletown Township Public Library, 2:30 p.m. Dec. 11, will feature the music of the Calvin Handbell Ringers of the Tower Hill Presbyterian Church, Red Bank.
The senior handbell group has performed locally and abroad and will include a variety of holiday favorites for the entire family. The group is under the direction of Adam Peithmann.
The concert will take place in the library’s community room. Free
tickets are available at the library reference desk for this limited-seating event, or by calling 732-671-3700, ext. 320. Funding for this program comes from the support of the MTPL Foundation Inc. The Middletown Township Library is located at 55 New Monmouth Road.
Be sure to get your free tickets in advance to reserve your seats.
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Lincroft– Tom Chapin, the Grammy-award winning singer and songwriter, returns to Lincroft for a free concert on Sunday, October 2 at 1 pm at the Lincroft Village Green, located at the corner of Newman Springs Road (CR520) & Phalanx Road, approximately one mile west of Garden State Parkway Exit 109.
, whose catchy tunes are infused with family-friendly themes, is enjoyed by children and adults alike. A generation of kids grew-up tapping their toes to “Good Garbage” and other beloved Chapin songs which share messages of respect, tolerance and environmental conservation. The event is a free public service sponsored by the Lincroft Village Green Association (LVGA)
LVGA Director Abe Littenberg comments, “We are thrilled to welcome Tom Chapin
back to our community. He first performed on the Lincroft Village Green a few years ago to perform on the green space that the LVGA saved from commercial development. He was an giant hit with families who came from all over to hear their favorite children’s songwriter perform live and to sing along to their favorite songs . This event is offered free to the public in keeping with the LVGA mission to enhance life in our village.”
The general public is welcome. General parking is available at the adjacent Lincroft Elementary school with handicapped parking located at the Lincroft Village Green. Should it rain, the show will go on, but at an alternate location which will be announced on the LVGA website and Facebook
The Lincroft Village Green Association is a civic association of community volunteers who, since 1999, have been committed to quality of life issues in the village of Lincroft, including traffic calming, safer vehicular and pedestrian circulation, historic preservation and beautification. For more information on the LVGA and the Tom Chapin concert please visit our website at www.lincroftvillagegreen.org