NJ’s Troubadour at OC Library

Staff Report

TUCKERTON – Enjoy original acoustic music that brings dramatic dimension to New Jersey folklore. The Ocean County Library Tuckerton Branch is pleased to present Valerie Vaughn, “New Jersey’s Troubadour,” 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 20.

Valerie has performed throughout New Jersey in a distinguished career. Her evocative songs earned the Ocean County Commission’s Special Award, and also the Pine Barrens Festival Award for preserving “the culture, heritage, and natural beauty” of the Pinelands.

She has appeared at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., in televised specials, shared the stage with the legendary Pete Seeger, and thrilled audiences in England with her musical tales.

In addition to performances and dialogues posted on her YouTube channel, Valerie is also featured on the Tuckerton Seaport website and offers courses at the Jersey Shore Folklife Center.

Please register at www.theoceancountylibrary.org/events for this free program. For more information, visit the Tuckerton Branch, 380 Bay Avenue, or call (609) 296-1470.