Rolling Into August On LBI

Dated: 07/31/2017

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Holy cow! It is July 31st and this time tomorrow we'll be in August. The whispers of fall, of school, images of big yellow buses rolling down the streets come to mind. Since the Fourth of July time has been on a roll with all of the fun activities in full gear here on LBI. But not to worry, August is only just arriving and there's plenty of time to get in all of your favorite island entertainments.  On the beach, the water is very warm, perfect for swimming , surfing , skim boarding, kayaking, etc... Enjoy an August breeze parasailing perhaps, or take a ride on a boat, maybe fishing. The Surflight Theatre is back and booming, with a full slate of shows in August, starting with Newsies, Hairspray, and Million Dollar Quartet rounding out the month. 

So, do not despair, while August is here, it is 31 days of great fun and entertainment here on LBI! 


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Michael Krivacs

I grew up in Beach Haven on Long Beach Island and graduated from The American University with a BS in Business Administration. While in college I met my wife Holly. After school I worked as a Wage ....

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