Tag: community events

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

Toy And Collectible Street Fair Moved To Rain Date Of October 15

Play With This Toys & Collectibles and Merchantville Public Events are hosting a toy and collectible street fair on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Held along West Park Ave. in Merchantville, adjacent to the Borough Hall,

Pennsauken Celebrates Fall With Car And Bike Show, Harvest Festival

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Fall is in the air, and with it two annual Pennsauken events are right around the corner: the 24th annual Car, Bike and Craft Show, held on Sunday, Sept. 18; and the third annual Harvest

Pennsauken Lions Club Gives Back To Community

At a recent meeting, the Pennsauken Lions Club voted to give $500 towards the playground that the Merchantville PTA is attempting to fund and build for the students and residents around the Merchantville School. During the same meeting, the Club

Pennsauken Celebrates Fall With Car And Bike Show, Harvest Festival

By Frank Sinatra, AAP Editor Fall is in the air, and with it two annual Pennsauken events are right around the corner: the 23rd annual Car, Bike and Craft Show, and the second annual Harvest Festival.

First-Ever Mutt Strutt Held On May 17

The first-ever Mutt Strutt will be held on Sunday, May 17 from 1 to 5 p.m. along Centre St. and Chestnut Ave. in Merchantville. A day of fun for the whole family, the Mutt Strutt features a doggie parade and

Little Angels Story Book Fun Fair Held On April 25

Put a big red circle on your calendars for Saturday, April 25! That very special day marks the annual Story Book Fun Fair at St. Cecilia’s Little Angels Day Care and Pre-School. This is the day care’s largest happening of

A Blatant Plug For Pennsauken’s Upcoming Harvest Festival On October 11

By Bob Wagner, AAP Columnist Every so often an opportunity comes along to fill this space with blatantly self serving advertising. This is one of those times. The Harvest Festival, held on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 12 to 4 p.m.,

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