Please join us on July 28, 2016 in Red Bank, New Jersey at Salon Concrete for Vinyl Nights. This event will help raise money and awareness for Hometown Heroes, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has helped tens of thousands of people around the country. Jay Alders was named a 2016 Honoree by Hometown Heroes and this event is part of his continued support. Vinyl Nights the second charity fundraiser organized by Jay Alders and Salon Concrete owner Christine Zilinski.
Vinyl Nights starts at 6:30, it’s a free event and a 1970’s theme, so bring your bell bottoms and platform shoes and get groovy with us. There will be food from Catch and a DJ. 18+ to party , 21+ to Get Down. We’ll have drinks and food too. Suggested donations to Hometown Heroes will be appreciated but not mandatory.
Jay Alders will be live painting too. So don’t miss this far out event!
123 Broad St.
Red Bank, NJ
Hometown Heroes is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization built on the idea of paying it forward. Founded in 2008, Hometown Heroes was created because we believe our community needs a grass roots organization that is poised to take immediate action in times of need. Our mission is to provide assistance to any individual or family regardless of ethnicity, gender, or age, who suddenly find themselves in a crisis.
We also provide a platform for other individuals and organizations to raise funds or awareness for unique causes that they may not be able to facilitate on their own.