It’s movie night! Get some ideas of where to swim; kayak; visit mills, lighthouses and historic villages; and discover the joys of horseback riding by young equestrians – all in the center of the state on the shore.
Open Spaces & Historic Places in Monmouth County will be broadcast in August on WNET/Thirteen and NJTV. But while you’re waiting, you can watch it online anytime on NJTV’s website.
COME TREK MONMOUTH COUNTY WITH US
Discover where to hike, swim, kayak and explore!
A half-hour show on the open spaces, waterways and historic sites in Monmouth County, New Jersey, with host Megan Gunning Patterson. Join us as Megan explores the coastal and inland regions of Monmouth County, taking a look at the natural and built environments, preservation efforts, recreational activities and the local history. Meet the people who are stewards of the green spaces and historic sites in Monmouth County.
“Outstanding,” said Stephen Wilkowski after viewing the video premiere with his wife Debbie. “It’s just inspiring . . . It gets us thinking at a higher level, to really value what we have.”
Quote from Two River Times article by Joe Sapia
Producer/editor: Bob Szuter; videographers: Joe Conlon and Kirk Sohr; host: Megan Gunning Patterson; parks advisor: Greg Marshall; executive producer: JoAnne Ruscio.
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS
Saker ShopRites, Inc.
J M Huber Corporation
NJ Natural Gas Company Charity
Monmouth Conservation Foundation
The Friends of the Monmouth County Park System
Your contribution can help make more shows like this one happen.
Donate online or send a check toGreener New Jersey Productions PO Box 14, Stockton, NJ 08559
Questions, please call 609-397-2138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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A big thank you for advice and guidance goes to the Monmouth County Park System’s Jim Truncer, Secretary/Director; and Karen Livingstone, Public Information Officer; and to Bill Kastning, Executive Director of the Monmouth Conservation Foundation, and Maria Wojciechowski, Executive Director of the Friends of the Monmouth County Park System.