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There will also be a spring workshop at Dearborn, guest speaker Bill McFarland will visit the Holmdel Historical Society and a living with autism lecture will focus on using technology to communicate.
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Monday, March 11
The Freehold Township Democratic Club presents a free seminar on how to appeal your property tax assessment, including information on what to do if your property was affected by superstorm Sandy. The seminar will be held at the Monmouth County Library Headquarters at 125 Symmes Road in Manalapan.
Guest speaker and long-time Holmdel resident, Bill McFarland, will talk about what the Holmdel goverment was like in the 1960s, including the Zoning Board and Board of Health.
Tuesday, March 12
The Holmdel Township Planning Board will hold their regular action meeting Tuesday at the municipal building on Crawfords Corner.
Wednesday, March 13
The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) Shore Region will host its first book club meeting at the Middletown Library, March 13, 7:00pm.
The lecture will be given by Rachel Beer. Rachel Beer received her masteres degree in Speech and Language Pathology from Montclair State University. She has experience working in the hospitals with Adult and Pediatrics.
Let Dearborn's expert design and event team give you helpful hints and unique ideas on how to stun your guests this Easter. They’ll start with a blank pallet and watch as the setting “springs” into an Easter extravaganza. Helpful tips will cover trouble-free decorating, menu ideas and even ways to keep the youngsters entertained.
The Holmdel Township Board of Education will meet at 8 p.m. at the William R. Satz Intermediate School on Crawfords Corner Road.
Friday, March 15
Grab your green and join the fun Friday for Matawan's third annual Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade. The parade starts at 6 p.m. and the party starts at 6:05! Enjoy corned beef and cabbage as well as Washington Engine t-shirts on your way down to the bar under the firehouse.