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National Night Out Presented by the Long Beach Township Police Department at Bayview Park in Brant Beach on August 7

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National Night Out in Long Beach Township on August 7 Credits: Long Beach Township Police Department
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Credits: Long Beach Township Police Department Facebook Page
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BRANT BEACH - The annual National Night Out event will again be hosted by the Long Beach Township Police Department on August 7  from 5 to 9 p.m.  The event will take place at Bayview Park, 68 Street and Long Beach Boulevard in Long Beach Township.  

This free event features music by Ted Hammock and Jason Booth.  

Kids will have opportunity to join in by playing music with Steel Margarita. There will be jumbo inflatables, a dunk tank, photo booth, face painting with Sprinkles the Clown, a magic show booth, police and fire displays and much, much more.

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There will also be free food and giveaways. The department will also  be presenting a special police K-9 demonstration at 6:15 p.m.

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