JSAC SPONSORED EVENTS
- Thu, Aug 12North Parking AreaAug 12, 8:00 PM – Aug 13, 10:00 PMNorth Parking Area, 66 S Main St, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756, USAMegahit about intrepid archaeologist Indiana Jones, who in 1936 is sent on a mission to locate the elusive Ark of the Covenant. The storied treasure is said to make those who possess it invincible, and the U.S. Government wants Jones to find it.
- Thu, Aug 19North Parking Area
- Thu, Sep 02Palaia Theater
- Thu, Sep 09Palaia Theater
- Sat, Sep 18Monmouth County
- Thu, Oct 07Palaia Theater
- Thu, Oct 14Palaia Theater
- Thu, Oct 21Palaia Theater
- Thu, Oct 28Palaia TheaterOct 28, 7:00 PMPalaia Theater, 66 S Main St, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756, USACOMING SOON - Two soul-singing brothers are sent on a "mission from God" to raise $5000 to save an orphanage in Chicago. On their fund-raising tour de force, they encounter a multitude of mishaps and mayhem. Indoor movie series - PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED - AVAILABLE AUGUST 5.
- Thu, Nov 04Palaia Theater
- Sat, Nov 27First, Second & Third FloorsNov 27, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PMFirst, Second & Third Floors, 66 S Main St, Ocean Grove, NJ 07756, USACome and check out local artists and crafters for your holiday shopping list. Visit the historic Old Neptune High School, see our artists' studios, listen to holiday music, grab a hot coco and a quick bite. We'll have 2-3 floors of local holiday gifts ready for the giving from 11 am to 5 pm.
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The JSAC Mission...
"The Mission of the Ocean Grove Historic Preservation Society, Inc. is twofold: to save and restore the beautiful and historic building (the “old” Neptune High School) that is currently home to the Jersey Shore Arts Center, and to operate the Arts Center in support of local artists and arts educators. The Jersey Shore Arts Center provides affordable programs, events, professional opportunities and work space for artists and arts related educators who in turn develop opportunities for the broader Jersey Shore community to experience and engage with the Arts."