Something to Chew On 2nd/4th Wednesday - 12:30-2pm

something to chew on
Nourish your stomachs and your brains...

"Something to Chew On" is a Lunch and Learn program which was very popular pre-Covid program.  It will be held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 12:30-2pm.  The format will be (roughly) half an hour to eat lunch and chat, half an hour for the presentation, and then half an hour for Q&A and extra chatting (or leaving as needed). 

Please reply early to ensure a spot as the programs have been at capacity. Please email or call (856) 354-8789 to reply.  If you don't like to come to things by yourself, grab a friend (or let me know, and I'll find you a friend).  

Upcoming Speaker Schedule


May 10 – Lucy Sheffield – Lucy, who has presented a great program on Laughter Therapy to us in the past, is back for a second time – Highlights of her travels around the world as a humanitarian clown, Feather, from 1995 to the present

May 24 – Senior Citizens United Community Services (SCUCS) – A representative will come to speak with us about the enormous list of services that SCUCS provides to residents of Camden County and Burlington County (they have nutrition services, transportation services and trip services, plus a whole lot more). The mission of Senior Citizens United Community Services is to “enhance the quality of life, encourage independence and provide a safe and supportive living environment for older adults and adults with disabilities, especially those with the greatest socio-economic need

June 14 – Erin Jones, PT, Fall Prevention: Are you curious what your balance score is? Do you know if you’re at risk for having a fall? Would you like to learn simple ways to improve your balance and decrease your risk of falling? Incorporating balance exercises into a wellness program can help prevent falls, improve confidence, and maintain independence. Come to a fun & free balance class led by physical therapists to learn how to safely incorporate balance exercises into your everyday activities and exercise programs. All ability levels encouraged to attend.

 June 28 – Debbie Stout, Identify Theft Prevention: Description forthcoming



 ***There is a suggested $3 fee for non-Haddonfield residents that will cover lunch. Please continue to sign-up in advance and then bring your $3 the day of the program.  As always, there will be no charge for Haddonfield residents as the program is funded by the borough. Thank you for your understanding.