AAP Holiday Features

From online cookie exchanges to holiday offerings from local businesses, you’ll find it here! More »

Township Seeks Input On Pennsauken’s 125th Anniversary

Pennsauken Township is just a few months away from a very big birthday. On February 18, 2017, our town will turn 125 years old. The Township, in conjunction with the Pennsauken Events More »

New, Unwrapped Toys Needed For Pennsauken’s Angel Tree Program

Pennsauken residents and businesses are pitching in to help children in the community during the holiday season through the Angel Tree program, which collects new, unwrapped toys for families in need. More »

Pennsauken Administrator Grochowski To Retire

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor  On December 31, 2016, Ed Grochowski, administrator of Pennsauken Township, will retire, capping off 13 years of municipal service to the community. More »

Pennsauken Events Kick-Off Holidays, Season Of Giving

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor It’s that most wonderful time of the year: the start of the holiday season. Pennsauken Township truly embraces the holidays with events that not only provide the More »

Turning A Tragic 36th Anniversary Into Something Positive

JudithphotoBy Judith Kristen, AAP Columnist

For a generation of kids back in the 1960s a band from Liverpool came into our hearts and never left. Here we are 52 years later and our grandchildren are Beatles fans. February 7, 1964 is a date we all remember, the day those four mop tops walked off a Pan Am plane at Kennedy Airport and joyous American Beatlemania began.

Another date, a very sad date, came 16 years later: December 8, 1980, when John Lennon was gunned down outside his apartment house in New York City. I was 32 years old that day, but I felt like 132.

This December 8, I’ve decided to do more than call friends, play John’s music, and remember his life. I’m going to remember how he told us to “Imagine” and “Give Peace a Chance.”

Holiday Illumination At Burrough-Dover House On December 9

15327245_1561958647163842_1001115623817815062_nThe Historic Burrough-Dover House, 9201 Burrough-Dover Lane, holds its second annual Holiday Illumination event on Friday, Dec. 9 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Over 140 luminaries will provide a holiday glow on the lawn of the 306-year-old house. The house’s halls will be decked in holiday décor, and Santa will be waiting at the lit hearth to welcome visitors. Hot cocoa and candy canes will be served. For more information, visit the Pennsauken Historical Society on Facebook.

Channel 19 To Feature Holiday Programming

pennsaukentvChannel 19 Pennsauken Television will once again be offering special programming for the holidays.

“It’s a great time of year to provide some seasonal programming to Channel 19,” explains Ryan Wachter, township director of Pennsauken Television. “The movies we plan on showing range from holiday classics to true guilty pleasures.”

AAP Holiday Features

From online cookie exchanges to holiday offerings from local businesses, you’ll find it here!

O’ Christmas Tree…

Frank_ProfilesmallBy Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

A lot of family traditions include getting a live Christmas tree. And you can definitely find them right here in town.

Great Places To Grab Sweets And More

Frank_ProfilesmallBy Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor

Whether you’re headed to Pennsylvania and some homemade pumpkin pie, or have visions of sugarplums dancing in your head, you can’t have the holidays without the sweets. There are some local establishments that can provide some serious help in the dessert department.

Township Seeks Input On Pennsauken’s 125th Anniversary

Pennsauken Township is just a few months away from a very big birthday.

On February 18, 2017, our town will turn 125 years old. The Township, in conjunction with the Pennsauken Events Committee, is looking to plan a variety of events next year to mark this special occasion. And the help of residents and businesses are needed to make it happen.

New, Unwrapped Toys Needed For Pennsauken’s Angel Tree Program

Pennsauken residents and businesses are pitching in to help children in the community during the holiday season through the Angel Tree program, which collects new, unwrapped toys for families in need.

Pennsauken Administrator Grochowski To Retire

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor 

On December 31, 2016, Ed Grochowski, administrator of Pennsauken Township, will retire, capping off 13 years of municipal service to the community.

Share Your Outside Decorations With Our Interactive Holiday Display Map

Local residents who go all out with holiday decorations can show off their hard work using All Around Pennsauken’s Interactive Holiday Display Map!

Local residents who go all out with holiday decorations can show off their hard work using All Around Pennsauken’s Interactive Holiday Display Map!

With the success of this year’s Interactive Trick or Treat Map, All Around Pennsauken is doing something similar for the holiday season.

Do you love to drive around at night to see all the local houses with all those great holiday decorations? Do you give Clark W. Griswold a run for his money in the light department? Well we’ve got a great way for folks to enjoy local holiday light displays.

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