Brigantine BUZZ. JULY 18, 2014

St. Thomas the Apostle Church will hold its annual Chicken Barbecue 4 p.m. Sunday, July 27, with seating in the church parking lot and inside the air-conditioned St. Philip Hall, 331 S. 8th St. A $10 advance ticket ($12 at the door) buys a half chicken with a side of cole slaw and baked beans. Other items available for purchase will include hamburgers, hot dogs, clams, corn on the cob, tacos, pretzels, water ice, beer and soda. Suzie the Clown and a face-painting artists will entertain the kids, along with games, a water slide and horse races. Purchase tickets and raffle tickets after all weekend masses and at the Parish Office.

The 11th annual Shore Viking Soccer Camp will be held in Brigantine 9 a.m.-noon Monday through Friday, Aug. 11-15. Call the Brigantine C.E.R. at 609-264-7350. A mini-camp for 5-year-olds only will be held 9-10:30 a.m. on the same dates. All camps are directed by nationally licensed soccer coaches and teachers. For more camp information, call 609-204-0833.

Temple Beth Shalom will hold its annual bazaar 9 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 17 rain or shine at the temple, 45th Street and Brigantine Avenue. Donations of good, clean merchandise are welcome. There will be a great variety of merchandise including books, dishes, pictures, linens, toys, games, jewelry, knick-knacks and much more, all priced to sell. Call the Temple office at 609-266-0403.

The Community Presbyterian Church will host vacation bible school 5:30-8:15 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, July 20-24.  Children ages 5 through fifth grade are invited to participate in dramas, crafts, games, music and more, experiencing how the ordinary become extraordinary with God by their side. Register 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at the church office, 1501 W. Brigantine Ave. The cost is $25 for one child or $50 per family. Call Brenda at 609-266-7942.

‘Bass Builders’ of Brigantine, volunteered time & materials to do some much needed repair work on the roof of the city’s bandstand. (15th & Revere) 

Need a great handyman…or other home repairs? Call ‘Bass Builders’ 609-266-0308

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1 thought on “Brigantine BUZZ. JULY 18, 2014”

  1. Don’t buy a home in Brigantine. If you are unlucky enough to live near where they are building you will hear hammering seven days a week. Everyday from 7am to 7pm you hear this noise pollution. Unlike other upscale beach towns, Brigantine allows construction each and everyday. So much for your quiet restful weekends at the seashore.
    Piney Pete

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