It wouldn’t be the summer without The Sandy Hook Foundation’s Beach Concert Series.
These concerts are free to the public, and each summer thousands of people young and old come out to enjoy live entertainment on the beach at sunset.
Brian Kirk & the Jirks
Concert-goers bring beach chairs and pack a picnic dinner so that they can listen, dance, and sing to the music of the Jersey Shore.
Sandy Hook Foundation Board members and friends
Thank You to our sponsors
Bahr’s Landing & Marina, 1st Constitution Bank and Cooper Electric Supply Co., Ocean
Join us every Wednesday evening at 6pm at Beach Area E from June – August. Beach wheelchairs are also available on a first come, first serve basis. Weather cancellations are made at 2pm day of the show.
** NO GLASS ON BEACH **
Check our web site or call 732-291-7733 for information.
Please join our mailing list for all updates on Concerts and Sandy Hook Programs.
End of Summer Party 2017
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The 2016 End of Summer Party (ESP) was a resounding success!
Many thanks to Chairmen Jeanne and Frank Shanley and their committee.
View from upper deck, 2016
Sandy Hook Foundation President, Betsy Barrett (center) with guests Sandy and Bill Henning
American Littoral Society Development Director Laurie Bratone, Barbara Reale, and Kathleen Gasienica, President
The United States’ oldest lighthouse, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964
Light House tower is closed for renovation until spring 2018.
The Visitor Center, the original LightHouse Keeper’s Quarters, is open daily from 9-5PM. The gift shop is located in the Light House Keeper’s Quarters.
The Sandy Hook Light is the oldest standing lighthouse and the oldest operating lighthouse in the United States. It is the only surviving tower of the 11 lighthouses built in the thirteen colonies during the colonial period from 1716 to 1771.