Jake Clemons, Vincent Pastore and More to Be Honored by Monmouth Arts

E Street Band member Jake Clemons, Chef David Burke, Sopranos actor Vincent Pastore, restaurateur Marilyn Schlossbach and the Junior League of Monmouth County are among the influential contributors, supporters and members of the arts set to be honored at Monmouth Arts “Golden Celebration” Sept. 23 in The Garden at the Blu Grotto in Oceanport, New Jersey.

“For 50 years, Monmouth Arts has made the arts possible in Monmouth County,” said Teresa Staub, Executive Director, Monmouth Arts. “Since our inception, we have supported thousands of artists, arts organizations, students and art affiliates through unique arts programming, a wide array of services, and millions of dollars in arts funding. The ‘Golden Celebration’ this September promises to be the arts’ biggest night of the year. The event will welcome and honor some of the most inspiring and recognizable creatives, supporters and stars that have impacted Monmouth County. We will not only celebrate our organization’s many accomplishments, but also pay tribute to all those who made our work possible.”

The evening’s musical guests will feature the Moroccan Sheepherders. Ticket prices start at $185 and further information, including sponsorship opportunities, can be found at monmoutharts.org/goldencelebration

Monmouth Arts is an independent 501c(3) arts advocacy organization that delivers needed programs and services to artists, member organizations, and arts affiliates to ensure the arts thrive in and throughout Monmouth County. As Monmouth County’s official county arts agency, its mission is to enrich the community by inspiring and fostering the arts. Monmouth Arts’s programs are made possible in part through funding from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Commissioners, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.  For more information on Monmouth Arts, call 732-212-1890 or visit www.monmoutharts.org.

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