Author Talks ‘100 Things To Do at the Jersey Shore Before You Die’ on Zoom

Writer R.C. Staab’s “100 Items to Do at the Jersey Shore Before You Die,” penned in 2019, is one particular of New Jersey’s best travel guides. This Saturday, Nov. 7, Staab will focus on the reserve as section of the Very long Seaside Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences’ FRED (Movie, Readings, Academic Conversations) Series.
“Weird as that title may seem in today’s COVID periods,” Staab remarked, “it is always exciting to assume about the good matters to do at the Shore, and specifically on LBI.”
The presentation will start out at 11 a.m. on Zoom.
Staab, who is also a photographer and a tourism and cultural expert, noted, “The perception that almost nothing is occurring and there is absolutely nothing to do at the Jersey Shore in these crazy situations just could not be further more from the fact.” A lot of points are feasible, including checking out art reveals at the Foundation, seeing exhibits at Surflight Theatre, visiting the web-site of the Hindenburg crash, eating in an out of doors igloo and additional.
“Many classic functions held in spots like New York City will not be happening, but there are so quite a few spots along the Jersey Shore that have figured out how to do matters properly, so it can be a entertaining and exciting drop and winter along the shore,” explained Staab, who plans to just take viewers “through a vivid description of the points of interest, seashores, boardwalks, food stuff and society of the Jersey Shore, from Cape May to Sandy Hook, with a authentic target on LBI,” the Basis defined. “A unique treat will be an early appear at the exclusive vacation functions and displays that will be are living on LBI.”
“At the LBIF, we are usually intrigued in showcasing the most effective of LBI and the Jersey Shore,” claimed Executive Director Daniella Kerner. “What much better way to do that than by obtaining the leading qualified on all factors to do at the Jersey Shore, R.C. Staab, make an fascinating presentation to our members, friends and the local community.”
FRED Talks are cost-free for Basis customers or $5 for other attendees. Register at
For additional information, get in touch with 609-494-1241.  —J.K.-H.

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