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Jul 5, 2016

'Women in Fiber' Exhibit at Wildflowers Too

Art to Wear Boutique when the show is over.” Mintz is also invited to participate in a trunk show in August, said Luker. Sara Setzer of Manahawkin has made a name for herself locally by selling at craft shows and teaching wet felt craft at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences. “Sara gets her merino wool materials from shepherds, choosing the colors and locks she wants right off the sheep,” said Luker. “She then washes and cards it and then begins the felt-making process. She also incorporates Nuno felt-making, which is incorporating wool into silk.” Scarves Setzer makes using natural materials are close to Luker’s heart as she also used plants and flowers to make her tiles. “She calls it eco-printing, and she rolls the foliage up and then boils the material for hours to transfer the natural dyes. These are just fabulous. “Our quirkiest artist is Juliet Martin from New York.  You know, an artist is a person who solves a problem that they set up for themselves,” said Luker. Martin exhibits work from two of her series: “I Would Wear That and Other Lies” (also a self-published book) and “The Men I’ve Known.” The first series of work involves thoughts on clothing such as the “String of Pearls” and “Slippers.” The other is symbolic portraits of her boyfriends in fiber sculptures, such as the lumpy “Carnival Kiss.” Harshita is a more traditional fiber artist from Yardley, Pa. She makes kimonos from her block print original designs. “These are a lovely addition to the exhibit, and they will also be part of the Aug. 24 trunk show,” said Luker. “She also has a lovely story. Her family owns a tea plantation in India, and she takes the leftover material from her kimonos and makes these clutches that hold tea from her family. The proceeds from these go back to help women in India. I love stories where women help other women.” Ann Roantree is a local artist living in Barnegat Light with her potter husband. “Her work is the most traditional that we have in the show,” said Luker. Using her looms, Roantree weaves soft wools and cottons in natural colors to make one-of-a-kind rugs, scarves and pillows. Two artists prefer to work in paper fiber. Grace Hoff, from Hawaii, makes mixed media wall tapestries using heavy paper and asphaltume and incorporates glass orbs, natural fibers and gold leaf into her designs. Jeanne Petrosky, from Pottstown, Pa., makes her own paper and then sculpts or makes collages that can be framed or stand alone as wall sculptures. And jewelry artist Suzanne Bellows makes this claim for her colorful silk earrings: “Changing the world, one earlobe at a time.” “We’ve had such a good response from the public since we opened, “ said Luker. “People are saying, ‘I’ll be back with my daughter’ or ‘I have to bring my friend to this.’ I think the fact that the show is an exhibit of all women also is unique and resonates with them.” The “Women in Fiber” exhibit at Wildflowers Too, 506 Broadway, continues through June 19 with an artists’ reception on Sunday, June 12, from 1 to 3 p.m. Meet artists Juliet Martin, Ann Roantree, Janice Cline and Sara Setzer. Gallery manager Maggie Smith Roedema in front of stained glass fiber art by Susan Lenz. (Photo by: Pat Johnson ) Block-printed wearable art by Harshita. Handmade felt sculpture by Sharron Parker. (Photo by: Pat Johnson ) Batik landscape by Janice Cline. (Artwork by: Janice Cline ) Paper fiber art by Jeanne Petrosky. (Photo by: Pat Johnson ) Juliet Martin’s handwoven fiber sculpture from two of her series, ‘I Would Wear That’ and ‘The Men I’ve Known.’ (Photo by: Pat Johnson )... (The SandPaper)

Feb 2, 2016

Lucille Bates-Wickward, Longtime Owner Of Lucille's Country Kitchen Dies At 74

Southern Regional Rams fan.She is predeceased by her husband, James L. Bates in 1980, and her daughter Cathy Bates-Lomauro in 2009.More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch She is survived by her children; Diane Brown (Jim), Jeff Bates (April) and Karen Flynn (Stephen), her grandchildren; Kim, Will, Lauryn, Matt and James, her great-grandchildren; Patrick, Zoey and Jaclyn, her brothers; Donald and John Michel, her dear friend Ken Reviele of Texas, her many cousins, nieces and nephews and all her customers and employees that she called family.Please joins us in celebrating her life beginning with viewing hours from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 17 and from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 18 at Maxwell-Tobie Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 573 Mill Creek Road, Manahawkin, NJ 08050. A funeral service will follow at 11 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by burial at Reevestown Cemetery, Warren Grove, NJ. In lieu of flowers Lucille has asked that donations be made to the Lucille (Michel) Bates Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o The Bates Family, 1496 Route 539, Warren Grove, NJ 08005. Lucille was a loving mother, devoted grandmother, unique woman and beloved friend who touched the lives of all she came in contact with. Always quick with a laugh, smile or kiss, she was always a shoulder to lean on. As a tribute, Lucille’s Country Cooking will continue to serve in the same tradition and spirit. 0 Across New Jersey Trending Across Patch ? Subscribe to the free daily newsletter from Patch ... (

Feb 2, 2016

Let the Good Times Roll this Mardi Gras at Applebee's® with French Quarter Favorites

East Hanover, Edison, Flemington, Garfield, Hackensack, Hackettstown, Hillsborough, Howell, Jersey City, Jersey Gardens, Kearny, Lacey, Linden, Manahawkin, Manalapan, Manchester, Middletown, Milltown, Mt. Olive, Newark, Newton, North Bergen, Northvale, Ocean, Paramus, Parsippany, Phillipsburg, Piscataway, Rockaway, Tinton Falls, Toms River, Totowa, Union, Wall and Woodbridge. About Applebee’s Services, Inc Applebee’s ( is the world’s largest casual dining chain, with more than 2,000 locations in 49 states, 16 countries and one U.S. territory. Based in Lenexa, Kan., Applebee’s takes pride in providing a welcoming, neighborhood environment where everyone can enjoy the dining experience. Applebee’s Services, Inc., and its affiliates franchise and operate restaurants under Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill and are a DineEquity, Inc. (NYSE: DIN) brand. About Doherty Enterprises, Inc.    Established in 1985, Doherty Enterprises, Inc. is recognized as the 68th largest privately-held business in the New York Metro area by Crain’s Business and the 10th  largest franchisee in the United States as ranked in theRestaurant Finance Monitor, operating eight restaurant concepts including: Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Panera Bread, Chevys Fresh Mex, Quaker Steak & Lube, Noodles & Company, IHOP, and two of its own concepts, The Shannon Rose Irish Pub and Spuntino Wine Bar and Italian Tapas. In 2015, Nation’s Restaurant News ranked Doherty Enterprises as the 78th largest U.S. Foodservice revenue company, up from 85 in 2014. To date, Doherty Enterprises owns and operates over 160 restaurants in northern, southern and central New Jersey, Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Florida and Georgia – including newly acquired locations in the Miami area. The Doherty vision is to be the “Best Food Service Company in the Communities We Serve” and its mission is to “Wow Every Guest Every Time, Wow Our People, Wow Our Communities and Wow Our Suppliers.” ( (Pocono Business Journal)

Feb 2, 2016

Thomas B. Reed, Jr. Of Barnegat Dies At 80

Funeral Home:Thomas B. Reed, Jr., 80, of Barnegat passed away on January 14, 2016 at home surrounded by his loving family. More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch A US Navy Veteran, he retired from the state Department of Environmental Protection and was an active participant in the preservation of Sunfish Pond. He was a member of the F&AM Mariners Lodge 150, Barnegat and Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Warren County Forest # 14. An avid outdoorsman, Tom loved to hunt, fish, camp, garden, travel and spend time with his family. Predeceased by his parents, Thomas and Ruth Reed, he is survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Gabriele (Gaby); three children, Thomas A. Reed, Donna Reed, Joann and husband Jerry Maurio, Jr.; three wonderful grandchildren, Ella Reed, Randi and husband Pat Mulreaney, David and wife Molly Cary; four amazing great-grandchildren, Liam, Bradley, Josh and Cole; a brother, Richard Reed of CO; three brothers-in-law, Joseph and wife Patti Neuhof, Stuart and wife Diane Neuhof, Jeff Neuhof; two nieces; two nephews; one great-nephew; and many extended family and friends.A Memorial Gathering will be held from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on ... (

Jan 8, 2016

Charles Joseph Labin III Of Beach Haven Dies At 70

Joseph Labin III, of Beach Haven died at home on July 31, 2015. He was 70. Beloved and devoted husband, father and grandfather, he was a well-known Manahawkin business owner and long-time resident of Long Beach Island. He is survived by Caroline (nee Borrelli) Labin, his wife of nearly 45 years. His father, Charles Jr., and his mother, Catherine (nee Burke), of Upper Darby and Brant Beach, predeceased him. He was born in Philadelphia and raised in the city’s Upper Darby section. He spent his childhood summers in Brant Beach where from the age of 10 he worked during the summers and often did not cross the bridge until the first day of school approached. More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch A 1963 Monsignor Bonner graduate, Mr. Labin graduated from Temple University, with an accounting degree. A year later, he left a Center City job for Long Beach Island, ultimately starting his family there and his business in Manahawkin. Mr. Labin served more than 30 years on the board of Southern Ocean County Hospital and served, at one time, as president of the Southern Ocean County Rotary Club, among other public service. A Certified Public Accountant, Mr. Labin was a life-long l... (

Jan 8, 2016

Jennifer C. DeWorth, Lifelong Barnegat Resident, Dies At 26

Worth, 26, a lifelong resident of Barnegat, passed away on Monday December 7, 2015. Jennifer was a 2007 graduate of Southern Regional High School, Manahawkin. She was predeceased by her mother Liza Mezzanotte in 2009, father Robert DeWorth in 2013, her sister April DeWorth in 2011 and her maternal grandfather William Mezzanotte. Jennifer is survived by her sister Jessica DeWorth of Waretown, paternal grandparents Gordon and Audrey DeWorth, maternal grandmother and step-grandfather Gail and William Tansley and niece Jennifer Bott. She is also survived by her aunt Dana DeWorth and uncles Troy Mezzanotte and Greg Mezzanotte and his wife Doreen.A gathering of family and friends will be held at 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015 at the Bugbee-Riggs Funeral Home, 335 South Main Street (aka Rt. 9), Barnegat, NJ 08005. In lieu of flowers the family has requested contributions to the Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation, 555 Route 1 South, Suite 320, Iselin, NJ 08830 in Jennifer’s memory. More from Barnegat-Manahawkin Patch Across New Jersey Trending Across Patch ? Subscribe to the free daily newsletter from Patc... (