Health & Wellness Expo

Date: 05/20/2023
Time: 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM

FOUR SEASONS HEALTH & WELLNESS EXPO – May 20, 11 AM – 2:30 PM at the clubhouse. Bring your family and join us at the clubhouse as we host state, county, and local community partners who work diligently year-round to keep us safe and well. This free, self-guided informative journey is designed to allow you to stroll through the ballroom, gathering room, and library at your leisure and informally chat with our partners about services and programs of interest to you. Support the Cedar Creek High School students from the Greater Egg Harbor Regional Culinary Arts Program by purchasing tasty lunch and snack items prepared by the students. SEE IMPORTANT MESSAGE BELOW!
❖ If the weather cooperates, we’ll have two outdoor demonstrations – Oceanville Volunteer Fire Department’s “When the Alarm Sounds” and SouthSTAR, the JEMSTAR air medical evacuation program’s helicopter tour. Yes, you will be
able to take pictures of the grandchildren with the fire truck & helicopter! Check out the Health & Wellness bulletin board, outside the gym, for more detailed descriptions of partners and programs. Hope to see you there!
*No need to “sign up” for this free event.


During the Health & Wellness Expo on May 20ththe Chatham Way entrance and roadway to the front of the clubhouse will be closed from 10:30 AM to 3:00 pm.  Cones will be used to close this area at both ends. (Click on image to enlarge or attachment link for map).  We are asking all residents to use the parking lot entrance on Smithville Boulevard to access the clubhouse and parking area during this time.

The reason for the closure is to allow the Oceanville Volunteer Fire Company to set up the large extension ladder truck in front of the clubhouse and to position the food truck on the roadway behind the fire truck.  Since the fire company will be doing demonstrations at various times throughout the event and the food truck will be open continuously, we wanted to create a “safety zone” for residents and their families to walk around in this area without having to worry about vehicular traffic. This will also preserve all parking spaces for residents and their families.

We understand this will increase the traffic flow through the Smithville Boulevard entrance/exit, so have arranged for state troopers from the Tuckerton State Police barrack to assist us with traffic management at this intersection.  They will direct traffic into/out of the parking area and guide pedestrian traffic entering the helicopter landing site in the field adjacent to our parking lot to further ensure resident/visitor safety.

For further information and questions, please contact Pat Melcer, Health & Wellness Coordinator at 609 331 3281 or