The Sea Bright Beach Volleyball League is serving up notice that the action will be in full swing for summer 2015, with registration open now, and play starting June 1st.
Whether you’re new to the sport or a veteran of many years on the court, Sea Bright Volleyball has something for everyone. Teams can opt to play in either the Monday or Tuesday night “Fun Leagues,” or in the Co-ed 6v6. If you’re looking for something a little more competitive, the Wednesday night Co-ed 4v4 is a great option.
The leagues have been going strong for many years, and league management strives each year to improve the facility itself, as well as the overall experience for players. This is the first year in which teams can register and make payment completely online — and, in collaboration with Sea Bright Recreation, the league has improved court conditions; adding two courts this season for a total of six.
A gaggle of girls celebrated their goldfish prizes at a stand at the Sea Bright Firemen’s Fair on opening Thursday. The event, which features a Ferris wheel, continues through Sunday in the former Peninsula House lot on Ocean Avenue. All proceeds go to benefit Sea Bright Fire Rescue and the borough’s recreation repartment. More info here. (Photos by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)
The Sea Bright Firemen’s Fair returns Thursday for a four-night stand of rides, music, games and great views.
On paper, the four-evening Sea Bright Firemen’s Fair would seem to have pretty much exactly what you’d expect of any small-town fundraiser carnival: the trucked-in rides, the games of chance, the food vendors, the local music.
But to residents of the greater Red Bank Green, the annual fair always meant something more, signaling as it does the start of the summer fun season, every bit as much as the Fair Haven Firemen’s Fair bookends the other side with one last bittersweet blast against the encroaching back-to-school blues.