Township To Celebrate Labor Day With Fireworks

fireworks 2010 tlsThe Township will be celebrating Labor Day with fireworks on Sunday, September 4. The fireworks display will begin around 9:00 p.m. and can be viewed near Lake Carasaljo (off Route 9) either from North or South Lake Drive. The fireworks had originally been scheduled around the Fourth of July; however, extremely inclement weather that evening forced Township officials to postpone the fireworks. Volunteer D.J. Jr. from Mash Entertainment, Lakewood, will provide music before the fireworks.

Labor Day, a national holiday first observed on September 5, 1882, now traditionally signals the symbolic end of summer. 

For further information contact Jeff Shapiro, supervisor of recreation, at 732-905-3405 ext. 6017.

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  1. Bitul torah lechatchilo, This is what i call bitul torah, if reb boruch ber would have been around he would have gave a shumus to not go and watch it beacuse of bitull zaman and bitul torah

  2. This is ridicules, a handful of people, (mostly non taxpayers…) actually go to see this show.
    They have no right to spend our tax monies on this, I call for a referendum and it should be on the ballot.

  3. # 9
    You gave me a good laugh about paying taxes and the rights it entitles you to. Just remember all those parks, shopping malls, other facilities in Brick, Jackson , Howell and Toms River that all the Lakewood people use. May be those towns would like a referendum to keep us out. It could work both ways my friend. See ya at the Lake enjoying my tax dollars at work

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