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Shore Travel Idea - Visit the Debut of Belmar Arts’ Sculpture Garden and Labyrinth - June 2

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BELMAR, NJ — Need an excuse to visit Belmar this weekend?  Curious about the eclectic collection of sculpture and other objects that occupies a small corner outside the Belmar Arts Center on River Road?  Why not solve both needs at once?

The public is invited to learn more about the Belmar Arts Sculpture Garden and Labyrinth during its official opening on Saturday, June 2 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Follow the garden path and meet the artists who have created the intriguing display that continues to pique the interest of art center visitors and passers-by alike.

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The artists include:

  • Lisa Bagwell
  • Michael Miller
  • Mike Grindell
  • Steve Harrison
  • Louise Krasniewicz
  • Linda Baran
  • Jim Aberle
  • Dorsey Lucas
  • Alexandra Martin

The event will feature music and refreshments. There also will be a special raffle of the historic Freedman’s Bakery sign. Tickets are one for $5, three for $10 and seven for $20. All proceeds will benefit the Belmar Arts Council.

The Belmar Arts Center is located at 608 River Road, near the railroad tracks at Seventh Avenue. For more information, visit the center’s website. The center can be contacted by email or by calling 732-749-3360.

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