shop. dine. discover. explore.
the fair offers old-fashioned fun for the
whole family. This year’s fair is tentatively
scheduled for July 21–25 in the East
Freehold Park Showgrounds. Check www.
monmouthcountyparks.com or call 732-842-
4000 for information.
Delicious Orchards in Colts Neck built
its reputation by offering the region’s
most diverse selection of fresh fruits and
vegetables. Today, the 60,000-square-foot
retail market also specializes in a wide
array of baked goods all made on site, the
finest meats and cheeses with unique deli,
the freshest seafood, prepared foods and
gourmet grocery sections. D.O. offers an
unmatched shopping experience with fresh
coffees and teas from around the world and
packaged to order, an ever-growing organic
department, unique gift baskets, curbside
service and catering. After shopping, enjoy
D.O.’s famous apple fritter shack and
relax at the charming Cider Café’s outdoor
seating and juice bar. Delicious Orchards
Gift Baskets are a great way to share the
flavors of just-picked Jersey produce and
irresistible homemade baked goods. With
dozens of combination packages to choose
from online, you are sure to find the perfect
gift. Share a slice of the Jersey Shore. . . .
YMCA of Greater Monmouth County
The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is here for all—to empower youth and teens, improve health and
strengthen community. More than a swim and gym, the Y’s life-changing programs are anchored in 10
communities: health and wellness facilities in Freehold Township, Old Bridge and Red Bank; outdoor day camps in
Millstone and Wall; a community center in Freehold Borough; counseling and social service centers in Eatontown,
Matawan and Middletown; child care centers in Freehold Township, Matawan and Red Bank; the Bayshore Family
Success Center in Leonardo and integrated in nearly 100 schools in Monmouth and Ocean counties.
The YMCA has responded to the changing needs of its communities throughout the COVID-19 health emergency.
While the Y was temporarily closed for physical fitness activities as part of the statewide shutdown, the organization
shifted its focus to provide essential services, such as food and blood drives, emergency child care, mental health
counseling in person and via telehealth and COVID testing. The Y continues to support these urgent needs.
Learn more at www.ymcanj.org.