Haddonfield New Jersey 08033


Haddonfield New Jersey 08033
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Volunteering is a tradition in Haddonfield. Throughout the Borough's history, volunteers have been dedicated to mentoring and tutoring young people, supporting senior citizens, feeding the hungry and homeless, supporting the arts, donating time and money to nonprofits and school related activities, serving in local civic organizations and countless other services.

Members of the community are invited to post events, fundraisers and other information that benefits Haddonfield Organizations and Non-Profits. E-mail: communitynews@haddonfieldnj.org

Click Here if you would like to Volunteer for a Town Organization.




Haddonfield Muicipal Alliance

Upcoming Events

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Library Schedule for April / May 2015

The library will be closed April 3-5 for Good Friday and Easter/Passover weekend. The library anticipates closing for three weeks from April 20 through  May  10 to relocate to another site during the library renovation. The library is closed over Memorial Day weekend from May 23-25. See story below. Library hours are:    

Monday - Thursday 10 am to 9 pm
Friday -                     10 am to 6 pm
Saturday -                 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday -                   1 to 5 pm

 The library will be closed on these holidays and *other days in 2015:
 April *3, *4, and 5; May *23-25; July 3 and 4; Sept. 5-7; November 26; Dec. 24 and 25 and January 1, 2016.

The library is open on these days:  February 16, October 12, and November 3, 11, and 27, and Dec. 31 from 10 am to 1 pm.

Visit the library’s website at www.haddonfieldlibrary.org or call 429-1304 for announcements of closings in inclement weather. 

Update on the library renovation and expansion:

The library anticipates that a bid for construction will be awarded by the Borough of Haddonfield about April 14. Based on the assumption of a successful award of the construction bid, the library plans to close about April 20. The library will be closed for about three weeks while staff sets up an alternative location at 123 Kings Highway for library service in Haddonfield- to open about May 11. Staff will also be preparing the existing library building for occupancy by the general contractor.  The Kings Highway service point will offer borrowing of selected collections in higher demand; computer services and instruction; and some children’s and teen collections. This timetable is subject to change as conditions apply.

Programming for children will be held at Borough Hall in the auditorium during the daytime. Scheduling of adult and teen programs is currently being worked out.  The library will be distributing information about temporary changes in our borrowing policies soon. A special section outlining the changes will be on the library’s website shortly.  The Library Board and Borough Commissioners want to notify the community that these changes are coming soon. The existing library is anticipated to be closed for seven months. 

Residents of Haddonfield will be able to obtain temporary library cards at the Camden County Library system, Cherry Hill Public Library, and the Haddon Heights Public Library during the renovation of the library. These library cards will be in effect during the time of the renovation until the library reopens again. Publicity on these services and information about borrowing will be distributed generally and to library card holders as they check out in Haddonfield. A tag sale of furnishings and equipment will be held at the library about April 25 and 26.  Watch for announcements.   For more information contact Susan Briant, the library director, at 856-429-1304, ext. 7 or email sbriant@haddonfieldlibrary.org

National Library Week is April 12-19!

Unlimited possibilities @ your library: celebrate National Library Week April 12-19
Haddonfield Public Library joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a time to highlight the changing role of libraries, librarians and library workers. 
The Haddonfield Public Library is celebrating National Library Week with a fine free week from April 13-19. Bring in your late books/ DVDs and other items, no matter how late. Fines will be waived. The fine free week  applies only to late items, not lost items- replacement costs are still due on any lost items.

The library is also collecting stories on how the library has changed or improved your life. You can submit these to the library and they will be posted on Facebook, or tweet us your story @HaddonfieldLib using the hashtag #LoveHaddonfieldLib. Stop in and share your story and enjoy a treat!

The library will also create a Pinterest board of your recommendations of what you have read, watched or listened to. Your picks will be shared during National Library Week on Pinterest. Look for the recommendation boxes for your submissions at the circulation desks!

Back issues of library magazines will be available for free on a first come, first served basis, beginning about April 6 and will continue through National Library Week as supplies last!

Libraries today are more than warehouses for books. Instead, libraries and librarians are change agents within their communities - transforming lives through innovative educational resources and forward-thinking programming. Libraries are doing their part to close the digital divide and level the playing field by providing free access to information and technologies that many in their communities would be hard pressed to find elsewhere.  Libraries help to ensure the American dream and promote democracy by providing service to all regardless of race, ethnicity, creed, age, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity or socio-economic status. 

Librarians work with elected officials, small business owners, students and the public at large to discover and meet the needs of their communities.  Whether through offering e-books and technology classes,  programs for job seekers or offering a fun environment for children and teens to learn, librarians listen to the community they serve, and they respond.

The Haddonfield Public Library serves our community by providing full services of lending a variety of materials, including print, eBooks and downloadable music, movies and audiobooks; extensive programming for children; computer access and instruction; and more. Customizing service to people’s needs, such as assistance with tax forms and medical information, is available.

“The library has always been a place of unlimited possibilities,” said Gene Kain, Library Board Vice-President and Haddonfield’s Citizen of the Year for 2015. “Whatever your interest or need, the library and the library staff are here to provide you the resources you need to accomplish your goals and dreams.”

First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. 

For more information, visit the Haddonfield Public Library at 60 Haddon Avenue, call 856-429-1304 or see the library’s Web site or mobile presence at www.haddonfieldlibrary.org.  Library hours are: Monday- Thursday from 10 am to 9 pm; Friday 10 am to 6 pm; Saturday 10 am to 5 pm; and Sunday from 1-5 pm.

Buy a Leaf to support the “We Love Our Library” Campaign at HPL
The HPL Library Board of Trustees has begun the “We Love Our Library” campaign to provide fund raising for the library’s long awaited expansion and renovation. The library is slated to be expanded by a 2000 square feet addition on Tanner St in 2015. The expansion will provide an elevator and handicapped accessible bathrooms.  The library’s interior will also be reconfigured for complete handicapped accessibility. The library will be closed for about seven months and operate at an alternative site.  The renovation will also provide an opportunity to modernize the library to serve Haddonfield residents in the 21st century.

The Library Board is partnering with the Borough of Haddonfield to upgrade the library. The Borough Commissioners will pay for the improvements that will make the library handicapped accessible, as well as some building upgrades such as a new roof, heating renovation, etc. The Library Board is conducting the campaign to pay for enhancements to the building to allow it to operate as a 21st century library. This will include a vastly improved children’s dept. with better programming space and room for children to explore and learn in a fun, creative area. The library will also have a larger meeting room equipped with new technology; a distinct teen area; collaborative study spaces, and browsing spaces for the community to delight in the library’s collections. Creating a place for community connection is a vital part of the renovation.
Toward that end the Library Board has launched the “We Love Our Library” campaign. The campaign will raise funds for the enhancements, such as contemporary furnishings, equipment, and newer technology throughout the building. You can help by buying a leaf on the tree mural created by HMHS National Honor Society members. Student Event Coordinator, Abby Czernieckiis, led the National Art Honor Society on the project along with NAHS Supervisor, Allie Westerside.  The mural will act as a donor recognition element and a spark igniting the We Love Our Library campaign. 

The tree is at the top of the stairs on the first floor of the library. Donations are being accepted from $5 to $250. Check with the library staff at the first floor circulation desk. Donations above $250 will be permanently honored in the library after completion of the renovation, anticipated to be seven months after construction begins!

For more information visit www.haddonfieldlibrary.org or contact the library director, Susan Briant at 856-429-1304, ext. 7 or at sbriant@haddonfieldlibrary.org

General programs:

The Adult Book group has been rescheduled to the earlier date of April 13 at 7 pm.  The featured selection is “How the Light Gets in” by Louise Penny.  New members are welcome. For more information, contact Kathleen Metrick at 429-1304, ext. 116 or email her at kmetrick@haddonfieldlibrary.org  Light refreshments will be served.
Children’s, Adult, and Teen library programming will stop temporarily about mid April and resume in June.

The Friends of the Library’s annual program is Wednesday, April 29 at 7 pm.  Join us for our Annual Meeting and enjoy a discussion with Maureen Fitzgerald. She has been a journalist with the Philadelphia Inquirer for the past 30 years, and has served as the Food Editor for the past ten. In 2011, she started the blog My Daughter’s Kitchen with her daughter, Sally, to encourage her to cook healthier meals. A year later, Maureen started teaching a group of students to cook at a school in North Philadelphia. With the encouragement and participation of readers, this program has grown to 20 classes, with 40 volunteers teaching at schools in Philadelphia and Camden this spring. The mission remains the same: To teach kids to cook easy, healthy inexpensive meals on a budget. Fitzgerald has lived in Haddonfield, with her husband Michael Vitez, since 1986. They raised three children here, Timmy, Sally and Jonathan.
Join the Friends at the Markeim Arts Center, Lincoln and Walnut Avenue in Haddonfield.
Light refreshments will be served.  New members are always welcome and can join the evening of the event. For more information visit www.hfol.org
The Library Board of Trustees will meet on April 28 at 8 am. The location of the meeting will be announced. The public is welcome to attend. 
The Library Board will meet on these dates in 2015:
   April 28, May 26, June 23, July 28, Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 24, and Dec. 15.
Tax Information: the library has a small selection of free federal tax forms for distribution (1040, 1040A and 1040 EZ.) No instructional booklets are available for free distribution this year. The library will assist with downloading forms for both the federal and NJ taxes at a cost of .15 a page. For more information visit www.irs.gov or the State of NJ Treasury website. VITA tax preparation is available throughout Camden County for senior citizens’ tax preparation. Visit http://www.nj211.org/vita09.cfm#Camden for more information.

Haddonfield Public Library Website

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Memorial High | Haddonfield Middle | Elizabeth Haddon Elementary | Tatem School |
Kingsway Learning Center | Central Elementary | Christ The King Regional
Haddonfield Friends
| Bancroft | Haddonfield Child Care | Haddonfield Adult School

Haddonfield Memorial High School


HMHS Website


Haddonfield Middle School

HMS Website


Elizabeth Haddon Elementary School


Lizzy Haddon Website


Tatem School Happenings

Tatem Website


Central Elementary School

Central School Website


Christ the King Regional School

Christ the King Regional School Website


Haddonfield Friends School

47 N. Haddon Avenue
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
856-429-6786, ext. 211


Haddonfield Friends School's ongoing TUESDAY TOURS from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. for PreK through 8 th Grades. Call 429-6786 extension 211.



Haddonfield Child Care



About Bancroft
Founded in 1883, Bancroft annually serves more than 1,300 children and adults with intellectual and developmental challenges and acquired brain injuries. Bancroft strives to ensure that every person is given opportunities for lifelong learning and fulfillment. The organization does this by altering perceptions and supporting people with neurological challenges in achieving their life goals as valued and respected members of our world. Based in Haddonfield, N.J., Bancroft has sites in Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Ocean, Salem and Middlesex counties, New Jersey, in New Castle County, Delaware; and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Programs and supports include early childhood, education, vocational and supported employment, structured day, rehabilitation, community living, behavioral treatment, as well as in-home and outpatient services.

Kingsway Learning Center


Haddonfield Adult School


Trever Miller, Director

Phone: (856) 428-4433
Email: director@haddonfieldadultschool.org

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United Methodist | First Baptist | Mt. Olivet Baptist | Grace Episcopal | Haddonfield Bible | First Presbyterian | Lutheran Church | Christian Science Church

Gratitude Brings Blessings--

Haddonfield United Methodist Church

The Haddonfield United Methodist Church, since its inception in 1829, has grown from a gathering of a few in the Grove Schoolhouse to a congregation of over 2000 in our fifth and present home at 29 Warwick Road. Our members come from 57 towns in South Jersey. We have survived an earthquake and several fires, yet after each disaster we emerge stronger than before. We are a big church with a small church friendliness. We sponsor activities for all ages and have dozens of ways of serving from missions, ministries, choirs, small group study, and more. Our new addition was completed in 2008 and has enabled us to expand our ministry with new classrooms for Christian education, a beautiful music suite and new reception and welcome center. In 2009 we celebrated more than 180 years of Christian fellowship and worshipping God in the Methodist tradition established by John Wesley over 250 years ago. Because we believe that one size doesn't fit all, HUMC provides four Worship Services each weekend.

  • Saturdays at 5 p.m. in the chapel (casual service)
  • Sundays at 8 a.m. in the chapel (traditional service)
  • Sundays at 9 a.m. in the sanctuary (contemporary service)
  • Sundays at 10:15 a.m. in the sanctuary (traditional service)



Haddonfield United Methodist Church
29 Warwick Road
Haddonfield, NJ 08033


Mt. Olivet Baptist Church


The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield

National Day of Prayer Breakfast at First Baptist Church of Haddonfield
124 Kings Highway East (856-429-2326)
Sponsored by Haddonfield Council Of Churches
Thursday, May 7
Breakfast 8:30am Program 9:15am
Speaker: Gerry Rice, Chairperson of It Takes A Village: FEED MY STARVING CHILDREN
Tickets $10. Available all Haddonfield church offices. Purchase by 5/1 to reserve a seat.


Sunday Worship Service: 11:00 AM
~ Nursery Care Provided
~ Adult Bible Studies: 9:30 AM
~ Children's Sunday School: 11:15 AM
~ Coffee and Fellowship following Service
~ High School Youth Group meets every Wednesday night at 7:30 pm

The First Baptist Church of Haddonfield
124 Kings Highway East (at Tanner St.)
Haddonfield, NJ 08033


Grace Church

Regular Weekly Services at Grace Church

The Holy Eucharist - 8:00 a.m.
Family Holy Eucharist - 9:30 a.m.

The Holy Eucharist - Wednesday - 7:00 a.m.
The Holy Eucharist & Healing Service- Thursday - 9:30 a.m.
The Holy Eucharist-Saturday- 5:30 p.m.
Holy Days: Additional Services as announced


Grace Church is located at 19 Kings Highway East in Haddonfield, New Jersey, and is adjacent to the Haddonfield PATCO station. For any questions, or for directions, please contact the Church office at 856-429-0007.


Rev. Carmen Viola, a deacon at Grace Church in Haddonfield will be holding free Parenting Classes on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p. m. starting on April 13 and will run for 8 weeks until June 8 (no class on May 25 for Memorial Day). Changing the heart is a powerful way to help children make lasting changes. God is ultimately the one to change a person’s heart but the day-to-day work of parenting is often used by God to do the long-term work. Come partner with God and each other as we embark on a journey into our own hearts…and the hearts of our most precious gift - our children. Babysitting is included. Grace Church is located at 19 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield. For more information call 856-429-0007 or email:office@gracehaddon.org.

Haddonfield Bible Church


324 Belmont Avenue
Haddonfield, New Jersey 08033
856/429-6852 Church Office
856/854-4732 Pastor's Home Phone
609/217-5612 Pastor's Cell Phone


First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church is located at 20 Kings Highway East, one block from the PATCO Hi-Speed Line, in Haddonfield. Parking is available in the large parking lot behind the church.

A Comedy Night With Taylor Mason

UrbanPromise and First Presbyterian Church at Haddonfield are proud to partner in bringing Taylor Mason back to the local community.
Bring your family and friends for an evening of FREE fun and entertainment with world-renowned comedian Taylor Mason. From Carnegie Hall to Disney Cruise Lines, award-winning comedian and ventriloquist Taylor Mason has headlined at every major comedy club across the country. His performances include a hilarious mix of ventriloquism, comedy, and music with a family-friendly approach appropriate for all ages.
A Comedy Night With Taylor Mason will raise awareness of UrbanPromise’s ministries serving children locally in Camden, NJ, and around the world in Malawi and Uganda, Africa. In addition there will be an opportunity to sponsor children in our AfterSchool programs. These programs provide opportunities for children to improve their academic performance, develop necessary life skills, create positive relationships with caring adults, explore the arts, and nurture their faith within a safe and stimulating environment.
Sunday, April 26, 2015
6:00 pm - Doors open
6:30 pm - Show starts 
First Presbyterian Church at Haddonfield
20 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Admission is FREE. There will be an opportunity to give during the evening.
Please register today as space is limited. info@urbanpromiseusa.org

 For more information, please visit www.urbanpromiseusa.org or contact Jennifer Giordano at (856) 382-1864 or jgiordano@urbanpromiseusa.org.


Haddonfield -The Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) sign-ups will begin March 1st for all those wishing to participate in the FMSC packing event April 17 and 18 through the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield. Packing will take place at the Haddonfield Middle School.

The two-hour shifts are from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 17, and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday, April 18. Volunteers from ages 5 to 95 are invited.

FMSC provides meals for children around the world. The packing event this spring will feed 225,000 children. The event needs 1,000 volunteers. Groups such as Girl Scouts, book groups, clubs and school groups are all welcome.

To sign up, go on the FMSC website at http://www.fmsc.org to find the sign-up times that are available. There will be a schedule for the Haddonfield packing event, as of March 1, on the website and you may sign up.

If you need more information, contact Gerry Rice at gerviola@mac.com or Paul Bryan at Paul.bryan@curtis.edu.


Lutheran Church-

Parish Office Administrator wanted

The Lutheran Church of Our Savior is seeking a full-time (40 hrs/week) Parish Office Administrator. Hours include 1-2 Sunday mornings a month. Responsible for daily operations and timely administration of church office, and coordinating volunteers for ministries. Needs to be courteous, honest, modest; confidentiality a must. Resumes by May 15 to jbenjee@msn.com or Lutheran Church of Our Savior, Attn: Jane Evans, 204 Wayne Ave., Haddonfield NJ 08033

            HADDONFIELD, NJ - Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice will offer Grief Support sessions on eight consecutive Thursdays April 2-May 21 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior here.
The sessions will be the Parlor and the Samaritan facilitator will focus on Early Endings, support for all types of losses.
These sessions are limited to 12 participants and pre-registration is required through Samaritan at 856-596-8550. There is a $40 fee for entire eight weeks but is due at the first session. The Grief Support ministry is open to members and non-members.
Samaritan, headquartered in Marlton, has partnered with LCOS to bring professional grief support into the community. 

Christian Science Church


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Haddonfield Little League | American Legion | Auxiliary Police | Civic Association | Interfaith Care | Haddon Fortnightly | Haddonfield Youth Lacross Club | Jr Women's Club Scouts | Rotary | Lions Club | Japan Exchange | Newcomers Club | Historical Society/Greenfield Hall | Masonic Lodge #15 Haddonfield Chapter and Order of the Eastern Star | Boys Youth Lacrosse Clinic | Indian King Tavern | Help Women and Children Now | Boy Scout Troop 65 | Haddonfield Celebrations Association | Haddonfield Soccer Club | Camden County Toastmasters

Haddonfield Little League

Haddonfield Little League

For 75 years, Little League has promoted the value of sportsmanship, fair play and teamwork that has helped shape the lives of millions of kids and adults around the globe. We look forward to providing your child the opportunity to learn these values this coming season.


Soccer Club





American Legion


Boy Scout Troop 65



Auxiliary Police

Haddonfield Auxiliary Police Officers are trained, non-paid volunteers, whose mission is to augment the Haddonfield Police Department. Their ranks include moms and dads, business owners and executives, and other Borough residents who are committed to making a safer community. In 2007 the Auxiliary Police were honored with the Alfred E. Driscoll Award for outstanding community service. Each year Auxiliary Officers provide almost 1,000 hours of volunteer service. They function as court bailiffs, and direct traffic at town events such as Fire Prevention Night and the Fall Festival. Members also provide crowd control at high school football and basketball games, numerous parades and 1st Night Celebration. Auxiliary Officers also carry out uniformed, foot and bicycle patrol in the business district during Candle Light Shopping; summer-time Friday night concerts; and furnish security for the summer Craft Fair. Auxiliary Officers are trained to respond to local emergencies, natural disasters and assist the Camden County Fire Police.

Meetings Open to the Public
Auxiliary members meet on the first Thursday of each month at 7:30PM in the Haddonfield Court Room. All Borough residents are invited to attend.

Various training seminars are conducted by qualified members of the Haddonfield Police Department. Some officers take optional classes at the Camden County Police Academy. All officers are instructed in basic law enforcement protocol, radio communications, police vehicle operations, self defense, and baton and pepper spray tactics. Officers also remain current with their first-aid and CPR certifications.

Members are expected to provide eight combined hours of service/training per month. In order to become an Auxiliary Officer you must be 18 years of age, have graduated high-school, be physically able to perform the duties of an Auxiliary Police Officer, and pass a background check. The Chief of Police has final say in appointing Auxiliary Officers. If you are interested in becoming an Auxiliary Police Officer, talk to any of our members, visit us at one of our meetings, or contact Community Police Officer, Lt. Ted Stuessy at 856-429-4700 ext. 240.

2010 Auxiliry Police Members

As pictured from left to right:
1stRow:Christopher Lauruhn, Timothy Chase, Michelle Claffey
2ndRow:Frederick Chase, Jack Matty, Peter Dobush, Eugene Haag, Max Hermann
Not Show:Christine Schroeder, Steven Harski, E. Guy Elzy, Jr., Bernard Brody



Haddonfield Civic Association

Zoning, Water Utility Sale, Teacher Contracts, Shared Services... and more.

Visit our website at www.haddonfieldcivic.com


Haddonfield Youth Lacross Club

Haddonfield Youth Lacrosse Launches 2015 Season

Youth Girls and Boys Sign Ups Start November 3, 2014

Haddonfield, NJ - The Haddonfield Youth Lacrosse Club (HYLC) is pleased to announce the official launch of the 2015 season! Girls and Boys from Kindergarten through 8th grade are encouraged to check out the program and take advantage of this exciting team sport.

Registration for returning players will begin on November 3, 2014. Newcomers can sign up as of December 1, 2014 - see www.haddonfieldyouthlax.com for registration details.

"As we get started on the 2015 season, I am excited to improve and expand our current programs, as well as leverage the many talents of our coaching staff. We also greatly appreciate the help of so many parent volunteers who have stepped forward to support the program and ensure its growth. With over 300 children expected to participate, I look forward to another amazing season of competitive lacrosse in Haddonfield," noted Grant Cooper, President of the HYLC.

To find out more about all of the opportunities from player sign up to volunteer positions with Haddonfield Youth Lacrosse, be sure to check out our website at:



Interfaith Caregivers of Haddonfield News

Visit our website at ifchaddons.org


Haddon Fortnightly Evening Membership Division

Evening Department of the Haddon Fortnightly April, 2015 Publicity
Publicity Chairman: Carol McConville: 856-858-5383
Event: April 14, 2015

The members of the Evening Department of the Haddon Fortnightly invites everyone to their meeting on Tuesday, April 14th. It will be held at the clubhouse on the corner of Kings Highway and Grove Street in Haddonfield. The meeting starts at 7:30PM. The program will be presented by expert UGRR lecturer, Carole Nelson. Her lecture, involving the Underground Railroad period of mid-19th century, is her favorite period of American history but also the most shameful. She will relate how quilts played a role in freeing slaves during their fight for freedom. Following Ms. Nelson’s informative lecture, refreshments will be served. Do consider joining us for the lecture and /or any ladies interested in joining our women’s club. For more information, call Marianne at 856-795-7202

Event: Annual Flea Market - April 18, 2015

Think Spring! It’s almost here and so is the The Evening Membership Department of the Haddon Fortnightly’s annual flea market. It will be held on Saturday, April 18th, between 9 am and 2 pm. It will take place at the Haddon Fortnightly Clubhouse on the corner of Grove Street and Kings Highway, Haddonfield. The foyer will feature baked goods and beverages along with plants and garden accessories. The first floor clubroom will be filled to capacity with jewelry, books, children’s toys, household items, sporting goods, small furniture and much, much more. Don’t miss the upstairs! The auditorium will be filled with neatly arranged clothing and accessories plus a variety of desirable linens. There are endless “treasures” to be found! All proceeds go to local and national charities/organizations which we support. This event is open to the public and is held rain or shine. For more information, call Tina at 856-428-0294. Sorry, no early birds.


Junior Women's Club of Haddon Fortnightly


Visit our website at haddonjrs.org


Scout News

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Haddonfield Rotary

Rotary Club Website


Haddonfield Lions Club

The Haddonfield Lions Club will host their annual Pasta Bowl Dinner and Basket Auction on Sunday, March 15, 2015, at Christ the King Regional School Gymnasium, 164 Hopkins Avenue, Haddonfield, NJ.

Dinner will be served from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., followed by the ever-popular and very lively Basket Auction, from 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Once again, the meal will include a delicious array of homemade Italian-inspired dishes, as well as dessert, complimentary coffee, tea and cold beverages, and a beer and wine cash bar.

The Basket Auction, offering the chance to win baskets filled with a variety of items guaranteed to delight guests of all ages, will round out the event.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under, and are available from any member of the Lions Club or at the door on the day of the dinner.

All proceeds from the Pasta Bowl Dinner will benefit the Lions Club Blind Fund, which provides support to those in need and people dealing with sight-related challenges.

To find out more about the Pasta Bowl or to make a donation of goods or services for the Basket Auction, contact Bob Turner at railseast@aol.com.


The Haddonfield Lions Club is a service organization that supports community events and activities and provides assistance to those in need and people with sight-related problems, locally and globally. Lions Club International is the largest service organization in the world.

Lions Club Website





Haddonfield Newcomers Club is celebrating its 50th Anniversary.

The Newcomers Club of Haddonfield is a nonprofit, social organization that welcomes new and established people from our borough and surrounding communities. Founded in 1964, The Newcomers Club of Haddonfield has welcomed thousands of members to feel at home, learn interesting facts about the area in which we live, and of course, make new and lasting friendships. In addition to our monthly Open House gatherings, there are a variety of social events throughout the year, such as cocktail parties, playgroups, family events, guys' nights, and so much more. Members may get involved with the Newcomers Club as much or as little as they choose - or more importantly, as time allows! There is definitely something for everyone to enjoy. To find out more about becoming a member, or if you have a friend you think would be interested in joining, please contact our President, Carolyn Lecocq, via e-mail at bcslecocq@me.com or by calling 856-870-6949.


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Indian King Tavern

Indian King Website

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In honor of its 100th anniversary the Historical Society of Haddonfield is pleased to announce "A Walk through History: Then and Now". This exciting partnership with downtown Haddonfield will feature many merchants who have volunteered to turn their store fronts into exhibit cases in order to showcase artifacts from the Society alongside modern day items. Come see Earthenware pottery and bone handled steel flatware from the 1700's in the window of A Taste of Olive. Have you ever seen a Wood & Bone shaving brush from 1775? Then swing by MirAno's Barber Shop. The event kicks off May 1 and lasts throughout the month. Every week will feature new, fun and exciting exhibits at many shops including Jay West, The Polished Plate, The Little Shop, Hooked, and many, many more. Come visit with us as you stroll through Haddonfield and help the Society celebrate 100 years of preserving History.

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Masonic Lodge #15



Haddonfield Chapter Order of the Eastern Star

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Boys Youth Lacrosse Clinic


Help Women and Children Now

Help Women and Children now has also created a video '$10 from 10,000' a heart-breaking and inspiring video with hopes or raising awareness and necessary funding against these diseases. We hope you can join us in this fight.

Visit our website


Haddonfield Celebrations Association

The Haddonfield Celebrations Association, a community volunteer group, organizes three annual Haddonfield traditions: 4th of July parade/fireworks, Halloween parade, and Tree Lighting/Santa Parade. Events are funded through community donations and your support is needed. For more information on becoming a volunteer or to donate today, visit the Haddonfield Celebrations Association website at www.haddonfield-celebrations.org. Donations can also be mailed to PO Box 15, Haddonfield, NJ 08033.

For more details, visit www.haddonfield-celebrations.org


Camden County Toastmasters

2015 is the year to overcome your fear of public speaking!
Camden County Toastmasters Club Vice President of Education, Anthony Simeone, will show you how to conquer “glossophobia”

Glossophobia Begone!
Presented by the Camden County Toastmasters Club
Tuesday, January 20, 2015 @ 7pm
The Church of Our Savior, 204 Wayne Avenue, Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Haddonfield's chapter of Toastmasters International. We are a non-profit group that focuses on communications and leadership development with a special emphasis on preparing people to become better public speakers. Our club has been serving South Jersey residents since 1953.

We meet the first three Tuesdays of each month in the Parish Hall at The Church of Our Savior on Wayne Avenue.

Camden County Toastmasters

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Markeim Art Center | Plays & Players | Dead Playwrights Repertory Company | Haddon Summer Music Theatre | Dance Haddonfield | Children Song of NJ | First Night® Haddonfield | Haddonfield Center and School for the Performing Arts

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Markeim Art Center

Markeim Arts Center is a nonprofit community art center founded in 1956. Markeim is located at Lincoln Avenue and Walnut Street in Haddonfield just a few steps from the town's historic business district. Markeim offers programs for the entire family including a yearlong schedule of exhibitions, musical performances, studio classes and art camps. Markeim is dedicated to providing art and cultural programs for the regional community. For more information please visit www.markeimartscenter.org or contact the MAC at 856-429-8585 or markeim@verizon.ne

Birthday Parties at Markeim for KIDS!
Birthday parties at Markeim Art Center are loads of fun. Imaginative and fun, an Art or Pottery party brings loads of creativity to your child and their friends. Children learn art skills, create an entire art project from start to finish, and take home a fun and inspiring handmade gift. We provide the art, you bring the refreshments. For the first hour the kids will create and play, during the second hour, you have the option of serving food, cake and beverages, exchange gifts... your choice. We'll decorate the studio and provide table covers for the celebration time. Call us to reserve your Art or Pottery Birthday Party.

For registration please call Markeim Art Center at 856.429.8585 or visit us at www.markeimartcenter.org


Haddonfield Plays & Players

Information about all Plays & Players activities andprograms can be found on the web site at www.haddonfieldplayers.com.


Dead Playwrights Repertory Company

Carol Schwab
Dead Playwrights Repertory
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Haddon Summer Music Theatre

Haddon Summer Music Theatre
P.O. Box 421, Haddonfield, NJ 08033
Web: www.haddonsummermusictheatre.com
Contact: Liz Farley, President
E-Mail: liznike@comcast.net


Dance Haddonfield--Ballroom dance and lessons every Sunday night at Grace Church

Dance Haddonfield

Ballroom dance and lessons every Sunday night at Grace Church, 19 Kings Highway East. Lessons 7-8 pm, dancing from 8 to 10:30, sponsored by USA Dance, the national non-profit ballroom dance organization. Admission is $12 ($10 for USA Dance members), which includes the lesson, dancing, food, refreshments and a chance at a door prize. No partner or experience needed. Dress is dressy casual (no sneakers, jeans or grunge clothes). Find out how to have fun, meet nice people and get the best exercise possible, all while enjoying great music and wonderful people. We usually have 100+ dancers every Sunday.


For information contact Joe Murphy, Chief Cha Cha Officer of Dance Haddonfield at jemurphy@voicenet.com or 856 429-5355.



Does your child LOVE to sing? ChildrenSong of New Jersey is currently holding auditions for the Spring semester on Monday evenings in January at Haddonfield Middle School by appointment. Children benefit from expert vocal instruction, musicianship skills, and performance experience by Artistic Director Polly Murray and Vocal Coach Patricia Januszewski. Performing in the Philadelphia and South Jersey region, ChildrenSong of New Jersey has impressed audiences for more than ten years with their high level of vocal artistry. For more information or to schedule an audition for your child aged 8-16, please visit www.childrensong.org, email info@childrensong.org or call 856-216-1140. Find current happenings on ChildrenSong of New Jersey Facebook page.

ChildrenSong of NJ, a community youth choir program for ages 8-16, will hold its annual Summer Vocal Camp at Haddonfield Middle School August 19-23. Singers are divided into two groups: ages 8-11 and 12-16 for a week of vocal technique, music literacy, and performance at the RiverSharks game. Visit www.childrensong.org for registration and more information.

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Housed at Grace Church in Haddonfield, we are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality instruction and a vibrant center for the performing arts in the South Jersey community. HCSPA presents an acclaimed concert series each year that features artists and organizations from a variety of backgrounds.

For more information, please visit www.haddonfieldarts.org.

Haddonfield Center and School for the Performing Arts
19 Kings Highway East
Haddonfield, NJ 08033
(856) 685-9226

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