rb station 112514 1The Red Bank train station, named for late Mayor Dan O’Hern Sr., is among the stops for a walk-and-shoot photography outing tonight.  (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)

It’s a late-spring evening’s stroll that takes in some of Red Bank’s most cherished architectural treasures — St. James Church, the Victorian-style train station — as well as the vistas available from the waterfront walkways of Riverside Gardens and Marine Park.

The latest in a new series of “MoCo Artwalks” hosted by the folks at the Monmouth County Arts Council, the Red Bank Photowalk sets sail tonight on a tour designed to give shutterbugs of all experience levels a new perspective on some familiar turf, as guided by Michael S. Miller of Visions Photographic Workshops.

Any type of camera — and all types of camera operators — are welcome to take part in the two-hour mobile workshop that departs at 7 p.m. from the arts council’s storefront headquarters at 105 Monmouth Street (the Count Basie Theatre building).

The “relaxed, fun evening of conversation and photography” continues with an informal meet-up at a local restaurant for drinks and continued chat afterward.

Tickets for PhotoWalk are $15 per person ($10 for MCAC members), and may still be reserved here —where you’ll also obtain info on other upcoming events in the Artwalks series — or by calling (732) 212-1890, ext. 3.