town of Pleasantville will host a day of art, music and well-being |

PLEASANTVILLE – The City of Pleasantville has designated the stretch of Main Street between West Jersey Avenue and Black Horse Pike as its Arts District and is hosting its first-ever Arts, Music and Wellness Day from 1-5 p.m. June.

The event is sponsored by WellCare, Hope Exists, Oceanside 1 Family Success Center, the City of Pleasantville and the Neighborhood Preservation Program. It’s free and open to everyone, with music playing all day with DJ Ray Tyler.

The focus of the day is on health programming.

The event features many community partners and providers offering free resources for mental health, addictions, community resources and social services.

There will also be a performance by jazz artist Tony Day, featuring Across the Globe Music Group. Additionally, Ideal Studio will present an uplifting musical message of unity and empowerment.

Attendees are encouraged to come hungry as the event will feature food and ice cream trucks. All Art, Music and Wellness Day attendees will receive two tickets that can be redeemed at any food truck.

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In keeping with the launch of the Pleasantville Arts District, there will be an art exhibit featuring Tyrone Hart and Ralph Hunter, with murals on display and opportunities for community members to participate in arts and crafts. activities/games for children of all ages.

The rainy date is set from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on June 17.