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Week Ahead: Council Meetings, Bridge Replacement

A quick look at what's going on around Matawan and Aberdeen this week

Week Ahead: Council Meetings, Bridge Replacement

Monday, Feb. 20

Happy President's Day! Matawan Borough and Aberdeen Township municipal offices will be closed today.

Tuesday, Feb. 21

Israeli Folk Dancing

Exercise with Ruach!  Get in shape, get connected, feed your soul the fun way. Beginners from 7 to 8, followed by Intermediate level dancing til we've had enough. Contact leader in advance to set up an earlier start if you've never danced before. Casual, friendly, fun-loving group. Come in comfortable shoes and dressed to MOVE.

Matawan Borough Council Meeting

The Matawan Borough Council will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Matawan Municipal Community Center.

Aberdeen Township Council Meeting

The Aberdeen Township Council will meet on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Aberdeen Township Municipal Building.

Talks on Tuesdays: Teen Dating Violence - Is Your Child Safe?

Matawan Regional High School will host a discussion for parents on teens and dating violence at 7 a.m. Call the front office to register for this free event.

Wednesday, Feb. 22

Public Forum on Replacement of Bridge MA-14

Monmouth County will host a Public Forum to inform local residents, officials, businesses and the general public of the proposed replacement of Bridge MA-14 over Matawan Creek, located between the Borough of Keyport and the Township of Aberdeen. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.

Thursday, Feb. 23

Toastmasters International Meeting

Are you looking to improve your public speaking skills? The mission of Toastmasters International is to help people become better speakers and leaders. There are more than 13,000 clubs worldwide and the meetings are open to all. At this meeting, on Thursday at 7 p.m., the club will discuss how to help people improve in the area of public speaking and leadership. To register, stop by the library or call, 732-583-9100 or email Jill at jstafford@lmxac.org.

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