Monday, June 29, 2015

The Comcast Network’s 'Breakfast on Broad' broadcasting from The Deauville & Uncle Bill's 7/3

Jillian Mele, host of The Comcast Network’s Breakfast on Broad, morning sports talk show is going to broadcast live from the Deauville Inn, Uncle Bob’s Pancake House from 6 a.m. until 8 a.m. on Friday, July 3.  Jillian appearance is part of our  “BOB at the Beach,” which will see Jillian hit up various breakfast hot spots along the Jersey Shore all summer long. 

If you are not familiar with Breakfast on Broad, here is the link to the show’s website.

Channel guide on where to watch The Comcast Network - 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Weather Forces Cancellation of Star Party 6/20

Weather Forces Cancellation  of Star Party

While Derrick Pitts is a firm believer that the show must go on, we also need the heavens to be visible for that to happen. Tomorrow night’s forecast is for heavy clouds and rain. Therefore, we’re forced to postpone the Star Party until a future date.

We’ll let you know when calendars are compared.

Meanwhile, Derrick will still be in town Saturday night, and if by chance there’s a bit of a clearing, he’ll be out on the beach at Randolph after dark happy to talk about the heavens.
The pipe’s been taken away, the beach is graded, so if there’s a break in the clouds, stroll on by.

Strathmere Improvement Association
PO Box 57
Strathmere New Jersey 08248
United States

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

The Strathmere Improvement Association - June

Castaway Lounge Kicks Off Its Season This Saturday!
The Castaway Lounge is featuring local musicians for its 2015 series. More from Ella: We are pleased to announce that our first concert of the year will feature singer songwriter Andrew Jude ( from Sea Isle) and friend. Please join us on Saturday night, June 13 at 8:45 for a great evening! As always, BYOB - see you soon !!!     207 Bayview, Strathmere

Join us for the SIA Star Party!
The Strathmere Improvement Association (SIA) invites you to celebrate the Summer Solstice under the stars on Randolph Ave. Derrick Pitts, Chief Astronomer of The Franklin Institute's Fels Planetarium, will guide us on a trip across the heavens. Bring a beach chair or blanket, (and maybe a flashlight for walking) and join us at:       8:45 pm, June 20, Randolph Ave                        Proudly underwriten by the SIA.

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Dues are Due!
If you haven't already done so, please pay your SIA dues of $10.00 per adult. Your contribution gives you a vote at SIA meetings and underwrites the cost of numerous community activities such as the Star Party, and coming in July and August, respectively, our own version of Antiques Roadshow and a presentation from the Marine Mammal Stranding Ctr. Past events have included the Centennial Trolley Tour and the Beach Party.  
The SIA also co-sponsors (and contributes financially to) the annual Christmas Party and the July 4th Parade. Please mail a check payable to SIA, Box 57, Strathmere, 08248. Visitors, residents and friends of SIA are welcome as members.

Mark Your Calendars for these Upcoming Dates
June 20 -Star Party, 8:45                               August 14-SIA Meeting, Stranding Ctr
July 4th-Parade, 9:30 Registration             August 29-Nightmare!
July 10-SIA meeting, Antiques Night

Hats and Bags for sale: or 609 970-0157

Friday, June 05, 2015

Schiavo Library: June 2015 Newsletter

Schiavo Library: June 2015 Newsletter 

Used Book Sale:
Our SIXTH annual “Welcome Summer” Used Book Sale is still going strong. Next week will be the “Fill a Bag for $2” sale. Stop in for some FINAL bargains. We have TONS of books left!

Caldecott Winners:
The American Library Association chooses a gold medal winner and several silver medal winners from all the children’s picture books published during the year. We have these now in the library; come in and “Look!” them over:

Summer Programs & Events:
Preview Our summer programs will begin on July 1st. Children will have almost the same schedule as last year. Teens will have their own photo contest and summer reading incentives. Adults will have a new lecture series on Wed. mornings. The new 2015 brochure of summer programs and times will be available soon.

Our new events: 
MOVIE NIGHT FOR KIDS – July 23rd. “Song of the Sea”

Our tried-and-true events:
FAMILY SCAVENGER HUNT: July 30 7:00pm (sign up at the library)

Christine Rohrman, Library Director