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Cherry Hill Regional Current Events and Activities
Marvel Universe of Superheroes
April 12 - September 2, 2019: The exhibit features more than 300 artifacts, including some of Marvel’s most iconic and sought-after pages, costumes and props that will excite both avid collectors and casual fans—while immersive set pieces, soundscapes, and interactive elements bring the comic book world to life. $15-$35. The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St, Philadelphia. 9:30am-5pm. Visit https://www.fi.edu/exhibit/marvel-universe-super-heroes for more information.
Philadelphia Science Festival
April 26-May 4, 2019: Nine days of events at restaurants, breweries, museums, libraries, parks and other neighborhood spaces! Programs in NJ include Science Slam at Rowan College & Timber Creek Dog Park Star Party on April 20. Family Science Sunday at Rowan University on April 22. Check the website for more events! Visit https://www.fi.edu/psf/programs/programs-in-new-jersey for more information.
Spring Flea Market
May 4, 2019: Bake Sale! Hot dogs, Sodas & Pretzels. All proceeds benefit the Donatucci Library! Thomas F. Donatucci, Sr. Library, 1935 Shunk Street (20th & Shunk Sts.), Philadelphia. 9am-3pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/event/86185 for more information.
May 20, 2019: Come play BINGO at the Library with the whole family! Prizes too! Program is for school age children, ages 6 and up. Greater Olney Library, 5501 North 5th Street (5th St. and Tabor Rd.), Philadelphia. 6pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/event/85253 for more information.
West Park Arts Festival
June 8, 2019: The event will engage the young and seasoned in dance, art making, and other activities including narrated historical trolley tours through the Centennial District. There will also be culturally diverse performances by some of the area’s most talented dancers, musicians, and vocalists. Free. West Fairmount Park, 42nd & Parkside, South Concourse Drive, Philadelphia. 1-6pm. Visit http://www.metrokids.com/MetroKids/Calendar/ for more information.
Health & FItness Expo
June 22-23, 2019: Free health screenings, special New York Giants locker room tours and the chance to meet your favorite NBC 4 New York and Telemundo 47 anchors and reporters. Together, we hope to inspire you to get and stay healthy in 2019. MetLife Stadium, 1 MetLife Dr, East Rutherford. 10am-4pm. Visit https://www.njfamily.com/event-calendar/ for more information.
Haddonfield Crafts & Fine Art Festival
July 13, 2019: More than 250 artisans will exhibit a wide range of arts and crafts, including ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, fiber, metal, paper, drawings, paintings, photography, and wearable art. Kings Highway & Tanner St in Haddonfield. 11am-5pm. Visit https://www.njfamily.com/event-calendar/ for more information.
Curiosity: Mission to Mars and the Deep-Space Search for Another Earth
July 30, 2019: Astronomer Kevin Manning, a former NASA consultant, will walk us through the fascinating images and video footage that the Mars rover has sent back in its explorations. Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill. 7-8:30pm. Visit https://chplnj.org/ for more information.
Seasonal and "Any Time" Happenings Around Cherry Hill Regional
Diggerland USA is America’s ONLY construction theme park!
Open Year Round: Diggerland USA features 25 on-site attractions comprised of REAL, life-sized construction equipment. Children and their families can get behind the wheel of a JCB Backhoe, dig up some dirt with excavators, go off-roading in an 8- wheeled ARGO and climb the country’s tallest ropes course. Kids of all ages (adults, too) won't soon forget an experience at Diggerland! Cost: ADULT (Over 42″) Admission 29.95, Additional discounts are available for afternoon visits. Full day walk up admission is 34.95. CHILD (Under 42″) Admission 24.95 (limited time offer) Walk up gate admission for children is 26.95. Diggerland USA, 100 Pinedge Drive, West Berlin. Open year round - 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Visit https://www.diggerlandusa.com/ for more information.
Peddlers Warehouse Indoor Flea Market
Every Weekend: Free admission & parking for indoor flea market. With all sorts of vendors - records, home décor, jewelry, boutique soaps, comic books and more! Every weekend they are doing something a little different: scavenger hunts, pottery shows & even a PBJ drive! 9-5pm. 366 Berlin-Cross Keys Rd., Sicklerville. Visit http://www.peddlerswarehouse.net for more information.
Open Year Round: One of the best laid-out & most animal-packed zoos in the country. It is set among a charming 42-acre Victorian garden with tree-lined walks, formal shrubbery, ornate iron cages and animal sculptures. 3400 West Girard Ave, Philadelphia 9:30-5pm Visit http://www.philadelphiazoo.org for more information.
Sahara Sam's Oasis
Open Year Round: Indoor & outdoor waterpark - always 84 degrees! Open year round. Please check the calendar for days & times open. 535 N Rte 73, West Berlin. Visit http://www.saharasams.com for more information.
Archive of Some Past Events
Sundays On Stage
Sundays: Sundays on Stage is a series of cultural programs featuring live performances by a variety of artists and entertainers. These family programs celebrate diversity through music, dance, storytelling, and more. All programs begin at 2pm. Doors open at 1:30pm. Admission is free! Seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis. Late seating is at the discretion of library staff. Nov 5, 12; Dec 3, 10, 17, 2017. Check the website for additional dates. Montgomery Auditorium, Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/programs/sundays-stage/ for more information.
Monthly Family Health Fair
Monthly: Join us at the South Philadelphia Library for a family-friendly health fair, including snacks and a nutrition lesson with Matthew Whipple, RD. Each month, you'll have the opportunity to learn about health resources for your family from local organizations, get a lesson in hands-only CPR from the Mobile CPR Project, and sample some tasty, healthy food! South Philadelphia Library at 1700 South Broad St., Philadelphia. 4pm. Nov 1, Dec 6 - contact library for additional dates. Visit http://freelibrary.org/ for more information.
Haddonfield Farmers Market
Every Saturday: Enjoy live entertainment & shop for produce from local farmers. Kings Court, Kings Hwy East, Haddonfield. 8:30 am-noon. Visit http://www.metrokids.com/MetroKids/Calendar/ for more information.
Friday Games & Puzzles
March 22, 2019: Enjoy a selection of games, puzzles, and Wii games after school every Friday. Ages 7 and up. Cecil B Moore Library, 2320 Cecil B. Moore Avenue (Cecil B. Moore & 23rd Street), Philadelphia. 3:30pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/event/82543 for more information.
History is Served: American Chinese Food
March 12, 2019: Join us for this cooking program exploring food history. This month we will learn the history of Chinese Food in America! Open to ages 7 and up. Food will be served at this event. For allergy concerns, please contact us! Registration begins 2/15 @ 9:30am. Cherry Hill Public Library, 1100 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill. 7-8pm. Visit http://chplnj.evanced.info/signup/Calendar for more information.
PDPH Overdose Awareness & Reversal Training
March 4, 2019: Philadelphia Department of Public Health is now offering FREE training on overdose awareness & overdose reversal using naloxone, or Narcan. Trainees will learn: Information about the current state of the opioid crisis in Philadelphia, Potential risk factors for opioid overdose, Signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, Information about naloxone including: what it is, how to use it, & where to get it, The medical protocol for responding to an opioid overdose, Information about PA's Standing Order for Naloxone, Act 139, and the Good Samaritan protection. Whitman Library, 200 Snyder Avenue (2nd St. & Snyder Ave.), Philadelphia. 6pm. Visit https://www.phila.gov/ for more information.
America...We Served! Three Centuries of African American Soldiers
February 23-24, 2019: Celebrate Black History Month at The Old Barracks Museum! Come hear about the brave African American soldiers that helped shape our nation's history! Learn about the integral role they played in our military, from the early days of our nation's infancy all the way up to World War II. $10 adults; $8 students & seniors. 101 Barrack St, Trenton. 10am-5pm. Visit http://www.barracks.org/ for more information.
R L Stine's Goosebumps: Phantom of the Auditorium
February 2-9, 2019: This frighteningly fun musical based on the beloved series from R. L. Stine investigates the strange things happening during rehearsals of Brooke and Zeke’s school play. Is it a practical joke or is the school’s theater really haunted? Follow the two on a silly and (only a little) spooky musical mystery. $15-$18. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St, Philadelphia. 10:30-11:30am. Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Visit https://walnutstreettheatre.org/ for more information.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
January 21, 2019: Work together with the Schuylkill Center Nature Preschool families, providing service to our community. We'll help each other in restoring our environment & maintaining our grounds. This is a gathering including past & current Nature Preschool families as well as members of the community, with adult & child-centered service projects. We'll have classroom & trail activities throughout the morning. 8480 Hagy's Mill Rd, Philadelphia. Free. 10am-12noon. Visit http://www.schuylkillcenter.org/blog/upcoming-events/ for more information.
Winter Wellness Walks
January 13, 2019: Led by an experienced Volunteer Guide, these brisk walks will stick to the paved paths and get your heart rate up. Sundays, 1-2pm. Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is a historic public garden & educational institution. It promotes an understanding of the relationship between plants, people & place through programs that integrate science, art & the humanities. 100 E. Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia. Adults/Seniors: $14; Youth, Students & Military: $5. Visit http://www.morrisarboretum.org/index.shtml for more information.
Three Kings Day
January 6, 2019: The Mexican Consulate & the Mexican Cultural Center invite you to partake in one of the most widely celebrated holidays among Hispanics & Latinos! Bring your family for a reenactment of the story of the Three Wise Men. Enjoy activities, piñatas & a piece of traditional “Rosca de Reyes” bread, which will be the largest one ever made in Philadelphia! Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 300 South Broad St, Philadelphia. 5-9pm. Visit http://www.metrokids.com/ for more information.
New Year's Eve at Noon
December 31, 2018: Join us for a rockin' good time as we countdown to noon with kid-friendly Top 40 tunes and New Year’s merrymaking. For children ages 18 months-6 years. Cherry Hill Public Library, Conference Center, Lower Level, 1100 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill. 11:15am-12:15pm. Visit https://chplnj.org/ for more information.
Lights, Wrapping, Assemble
December 16, 2018: Celebrate the holiday season by creating your own light-filled orb inspired by Rina Banerjee's Make Me a Summary of the World. Teaching Artist: Lindsey Bloom. Free. Family Arts Academy, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 118-128 N Broad St, Philadelphia. 2-4pm. Visit https://www.pafa.org/family-programs/family-arts-academy for more information.
WinterFest on the Cooper River
December 1, 2018-February 19, 2019: Visit Cooper River Park to see it transformed into a winter wonderland with tasty treats & ice skating family fun! It's the perfect place to spend your holiday nights skating with friends & family. While you're there, make sure you visit The Lodge & Winter Forest. Adults $6, children 5-12 $4. Skate rentals $4. Cooper River, 5300 N Park Dr, Pennsauken. Visit http://www.camdencounty.com/service/parks/winterfest-ice-skating-cooper-river/ for more information.
Christmas in Peddler's Village
December 1-2, 2018: Celebrate the holidays at the Christmas Festival on Saturday & Sunday. The Santa Parade begins 1:30 pm both days. Visit the Annual Gingerbread House Competition & Display in the Village Gazebo throughout the weekend. Shops are open until 9pm on Saturday & 7 pm on Sunday. Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska, Bucks County, PA. Visit https://www.peddlersvillage.com/festivals/christmas-festival for more information.
Holiday Garden Rail Seasonal Opening
November 23-December 31, 2018: The Holiday Garden Railway will be dressed in its wintry finest! The railway will be open daily through December 31 (Arboretum is closed December 24 and 25). Included with garden admission. Adults, $19, ages 3-17, $10. Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia. 10am-4pm. Visit http://www.morrisarboretum.org/calendar.shtml for more information.
Thanksgiving Day Parade
November 22, 2018: Nearly 100 years old, it's the oldest Thanksgiving parade in the country & a true Philadelphia tradition! The city streets make way for massive floats & giant balloons, plus local performers from choirs, dance groups, marching bands & more. And Santa himself arrives in grand fashion! 20th and Market Streets, Philadelphia. 8:30 am-noon. Visit http://www.visitphilly.com/family-friendly-philadelphia/ for more information.
Yogapalooza with Bari Koral
November 4, 2018: Learn yoga with a dancing bear, pop like popcorn, “sleep” like a pony in the barn, fly like rocket ships, run with a gingerbread man, relax in the garden & much more as we dance, stretch, sing & play to Bari’s award winning songs. Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St (between 19th & 20th Streets on the Parkway), Philadelphia. 2pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/event/78059 for more information.
Pumpkin Painting Party
October 25, 2018: Visit the library for spooky stories & activities, then paint your own pumpkin to take home! For children & families. Space may be limited. Pick up a ticket in the children’s section at 3:00pm. Richmond Library, 2987 Almond St, Philadelphia. 3pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/locations/richmond-library for more information.
Bordentown RiverFest 2018
October 20, 2018: Family friendly event on 4 acres filled with 15 restaurants, beer garden, live bands all day, our new teen & adult attractions & a free kids area with bounce attractions, magicians & face painters. Bordentown Beach, 100 W Park St, Bordentown. 12 noon-10:00 pm. Visit http://www.njfamily.com/ for more information.
Yoga in the Park @ Barclay Farmstead
October 6, 2018: Join in with free Yoga in the Park provided by Lourdes Health System through the Mayor's Wellness Campaign. Please bring your own mat & water. This event is weather permitting. Must register in advance. Participants under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. 209 Barclay Ln (off West Gate Dr), Cherry Hill. 8-9:00am. Visit http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/ for more information.
South Philly Sausage Fest
September 29, 2018: South Philly SausageFest is an autumn craft beer, sausage-themed & live music festival that celebrates the Newbold/West Passyunk neighborhood. This year's festival will feature 10 diverse restaurants, 10 local craft breweries, 8 live music shows, arts & crafts vendors & an exciting kids play area.? West Passyunk Ave, South Broad St to 15th St, Philadelphia. noon-7pm. Visit http://spsausagefest.weebly.com/ for more information.
Bike In Movie: The Sandlot
September 14, 2018: Bring a blanket or chair for your viewing pleasure as we watch the movie on an inflatable screen! Free refreshments will be on hand. Come early & meet members of the Cherry Hill Police Department Bike Patrol before the movie starts. Memorial Field, (behind Town Hall), Cherry Hill. 7-9:30pm (movie begins 8:15pm). Visit http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/calendar.aspx for more information.
Al Fresco Affair at Croft Farm
August 30, 2018: Cherry Hill Township invites you to the 3rd annual Al Fresco Affair at Croft Farm. An evening under the stars & twinkling lights will set the mood as you enjoy some of the finest food trucks in the area. There will be dancing & music as well as lawn games for the kids. 100 Bortons Mill Rd, Cherry Hill. 5:30-9pm. Visit http://www.cherryhill-nj.com/calendar.aspx for more information.
Northern Liberties 2nd Street Festival
August 5, 2018: Guests will find plenty of food & drink vendors plus merchandise vendors selling crafts, clothes & more! All afternoon & into the night, a Philly-centric lineup of live bands play across three stages. In the middle of the festival, a dedicated space for street performers will bring additional entertainment. 2nd St & Poplar St, Philadelphia. 12-10pm. Visit http://www.2ndstfestival.org/ for more information.
Zoo On Wheels - Around the World Safari
July 31, 2018: Enjoy the Philadelphia Zoo, right in your own community! For children ages 3-8 & their families, Zoo on Wheels emphasizes the importance of cultivating empathy & connecting with animals at a young age. This program is sponsored by the Friends of Cecil B. Moore Library. Cecil B. Moore Library, 2320 Cecil B. Moore Ave, (Cecil B. Moore & 23rd St). 4pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/ for more information.
Ike's Family Fun Fest
July 21, 2018: Free Flambeau tackle boxes to all present kids (while supplies last), games with prizes that help fill your tackle box, color your own Berkley baits, a High School Fishing Skills Challenge (prior sign up required), a Yards Beer Garden, live music, food and a 2 PM live weigh-in. Wiggins Waterfront Park, 2 Riverside Dr, Camden. 11am-2pm. Visit http://www.camdencounty.com/events/ for more information.
Read With a Dog
July 2, 2018: School age kids & their family are invited to come read with Wally, a certified therapy dog, and share a new book or an old favorite in a judgement free space. Dogs love to hear stories! Space may be limited. Falls of Schuylkill Library, 3501 Midvale Ave, Philadelphia. 4:15pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/event/77541 for more information.
June 15, 2018: Play a board game with your family & friends! Bring a game or play with one of ours. Oak Lane Library, 6614 North 12th St, Philadelphia. 2pm. Visit https://libwww.freelibrary.org/calendar/event/76949 for more information.
Storytime @ the Arboretum
June 1, 2018: Join us for fun & engaging reading sessions with local librarians! Each session is tailored to the changing seasons & complements the natural setting of the Arboretum. Storytime is held outdoors in nice weather, at the Outdoor Children's Classroom, next to the Widener Visitor Center. In the case of inclement weather, Storytime is held in the side tent or classroom at the Visitor Center. 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia. 10:30-11:15 am. Visit http://www.morrisarboretum.org/calendar.shtml for more information.
Mess Fest @ The Cherry Hill Public Library
May 19, 2018: Mess Fest will feature the gooiest, slimiest and messiest activities and experiments for kids. Be sure to NOT wear your nicest clothes because it’s going to get M-E-S-S-Y! *All activities are weather permitting. 1100 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill. 10am-noon. Visit http://chplnj.evanced.info/signup/Calendar for more information.
Family Game Night at The Station Coffee
April 27, 2018: Enjoy a nice latte and come by with the family for a night of board games. Bring your own or use The Station's. 10 e chestnut ave, Merchantville. 6-8pm.
Funzone Friday at ISC Cherry Hill
March 2, 2018: Once a month ISC Cherry Hill has their Funzone Fridays. Children 6 and under can come and play in their 36 foot indoor climbing gym. noon-2pm. Visit http://isccherryhill.com/ for more information.
February 4th & March 3rd: Children and parents, grandparents, or guardians work side-by-side on arts and crafts projects at The Zimmerli Art Museum. Each session includes a brief, instructor-led tour through one of the galleries. The interactive workshops, led by Mason Gross MFA students and teaching artists, allow families quality time to be creative together. Free, drop-in program. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 71 Hamilton St, New Brunswick. 1-3pm. Visit http://www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu/ for more information.
MLK Musical Celebration at M'Kor Shalom
January 21, 2018: This year, the Unity Choir, which features the Song, and M'kor Shalom Choir together with singers representing churches, synagogues, and organizations from throughout New Jersey, will perform on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m. at the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St., Philadelphia. The public is invited to attend at no cost. Visit http://www.jewishvoicesnj.org/news/2013-01-09/Home/MLK_musical_celebration_at_Mkor_Shalom_to_mark_10_.html for more information.
Shrek the Musical
January 12-21, 2018: Shrek brings all the beloved characters you know from the film to life on stage and proves there's more to the story than meets the ears. $20, adults; $15, students/seniors. 7:30-10pm. Scottish Rite Auditorium 315 White Horse Pike, Collingswood. Visit http://www.cctarts.net/ for more information.
New Year's at Noon (and 3pm)
December 31, 2017: Be the first to ring in the New Year…kid style! The entire Discovery Museum will be singing and dancing and counting down to 2018 with our biggest celebration(s) yet. Countdown celebrations begin at 11:45am to countdown to 12:00pm and 2:45pm to countdown to 3pm. Check the website for details. 2040 Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill. Visit http://www.discoverymuseum.com/ for more information.
Kwanzaa Celebration! with Queen Nur
December 28, 2017: Experience the symbols and principles of this important African American tradition as Queen Nur takes the stage with interactive storytelling and song. 1-2pm. Cost $13.95. Garden State Discovery Museum 2040 Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill. Visit http://www.discoverymuseum.com/ for more information.
Breakfast with Santa
December 9th & 10th, 2017: Enjoy your first meal of the day with the big guy in red! The Discovery Museum has all the fixins’ for a pancake breakfast with songs and stories and of course a visit with Santa! The cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Pre-registration is required and seating is limited. Seatings: 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00 pm & 1:00pm. 2040 Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill. Visit http://www.discoverymuseum.com/ for more information.
Veterans Day Ceremony
November 5, 2017: Veteran's Island in Cooper River Park will honor our military this Veteran's Day. Ceremony is from 1-3pm. 5300 North Park Dr., Pennsauken. Visit http://www.camdencounty.com/event/veterans-day-ceremony/ for more information.
Discovery Theater Presents: Jack & the Giant
Many dates thru November: The Garden State Discovery Museum knows how to have fun! November show will be 'Jack & the Giant' written by Richie Sklar and with original music by Brian Bacon. Nov 4, 11, 18 & 25 at 2pm. Nov 9 & 10 at noon and 2pm. Check the website for additional information. 2040 Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill. Visit http://www.discoverymuseum.com/ for more information.
Friends of the Wynnefield Library - Books & Bake Sale
November 2, 2017: Join us between 3:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to buy home baked treats and fabulous books. 5325 Overbrook Ave., Philadelphia. Visit http://freelibrary.org/ for more information.
Howl-o-Ween Trunk or Treat!
October 28, 2017: The Animal Welfare Association is giving away free candy to kids & treats for dogs! There'll be a costume contest for kids AND dogs, a mini-pumpkin patch and carnival games from 1-3pm. Located at 509 Centennial Blvd., Voorhees, NJ. Visit http://www.camdencounty.com/event/howl-o-ween-trunk-treat/ for more information.
Community Night at The Franklin Institute
October 18th & November 15th: Families can enjoy the museum’s exhibits, special programs and themed activities for free. The Franklin Institute is a hands-on educational museum that is packed full of things for school aged children! Exhibits include a giant heart you can walk through, space-themed rooms, a steam train and lots of traveling exhibits! Located at 222 N. 20th St., Philadelphia, PA. Oct 18 & Nov 15; 5-8pm. Visit https://www.fi.edu/special-events/community-nights for more information.
Family Fun Day Quaker Bridge Mall
October 14, 2017: PrincetonKIDS and Gymland School of Gymnastics welcomes the public to attend the "9th Annual Family Fun Day" from 11am-4pm at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrenceville, NJ. This FREE community event will feature live entertainment at the Mall's Center Court. There will be magic & science shows, a thrilling Capoeira demonstration by Grupo Senzala and more! Plus, there will be face painting, glitter tattoos, mascots, giveaways, and tons of crafts and children's activities at family friendly vendor tables. Visit http://www.princetonkids.com for more information.
Corn Maze @ Springdale Farms
Have fun in the corn maze while learning the secrets about lost civilizations! Throughout the pathways of our maze, you will find pictures, clues and games to make this learning process FUN! Why? Because that’s what we are all about! Are ready for a challenge? Groups enjoy victory together! Located at 1638 South Springdale Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ. Adults $10, kids $8.50 From 10-4pm. Sep 15- Nov 4th. Check the website for times. Visit http://www.springdalefarms.com/ for more information.
Rock & Roar outdoor concert @ the Philadelphia Zoo
August 22, 2017: Pack your blanket & put on your dancing shoes for our children's concert on the Impala Lawn at 11am. In the Treehouse if it's raining. Visit http://www.philadelphiazoo.org for more information.
Sunset Jazz Series
August 7, 2017: All concerts start at 8pm at Wiggins Park Marina on the Camden Waterfront. Aug 7 features Maceo Parker.
Strawberry Surprise & Art in Nature Festival
June 10th-11th: This is a celebration of one of summer’s sweetest fruits with a special twist to honor Mum Bear, the Garden’s mascot, on her 7th birthday. This event will include nature crafts.Happy Father’s Day! All Dads Ride Free for Father's Day (Sunday) On The Garden Amusement Rides. Part of Camden Children’s Garden Second & Fourth Weekend Series, held 1:00-4:00pm. Admission: $9. Camden City Residents: $6 (with valid I.D.). Camden Children's Garden 3 Riverside Drive, Camden. 1-4pm. Visit https://camdenchildrensgarden.squarespace.com/ for more information.
NJCA Heroes for Children 5K & Family Fun Run/Walk
October 1, 2016: Join your family and friends for a fun-filled day and help us raise awareness about child abuse and neglect in New Jersey. Walkers and runners of all ages and abilities are welcome. Form a team of your favorite heroes and come together. Superhero costumes encouraged! Pre-Registration Encouraged. Essex County South, Mountain Recreation Complex. 8am. Visit http://njcainc.org/event/2016-heroes-for-children-5k-and-family-fun-runwalk/ for more information.
Garden Railway Grand Opening
August 4th-September 5th, 2016: Celebrating its 19th year, the Garden Railway 2016 theme is "Awaken the Senses" that will feature buildings that incorporate one or two of the five senses in the structure. Take part in a kids craft and enjoy free ice cream and hard pretzels (while supplies last) for a taste of sweet and salty! $17, Adults; $16, Seniors; $9, children; FREE, under 3. Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania, 100 E. Northwestern Avenue, Philadelphia. 10am-4pm. Visit http://www.morrisarboretum.org/gardens_railway.shtml for more information.
Jacqueline Sandro: Memories of a Farmer's Granddaughter" at Stockton's Kramer Hall Building
January 7th-18th, 2015: Jacqueline Sandro's highly rated exhibit, "Memories of a Farmer's Granddaughter", honors her grandfather who was a South Jersey farmer. Long before stores like Lowe's and Home Depot dominated the gardening market, people bought their vegetable plants from local farmers like her grandfather. The artist treasures her recollections of working on the farm by his side with her aunts, uncles and cousins and expresses those memories through her figurative clay sculptures comprised of objects, containers, fruits, vegetables and farming imagery from an earlier time. Cost: FREE. Kramer Hall Building, 30 Front St., Hammonton. Mondays thru Saturdays, January 7 - 18, 2015 from 8:30am - 8:30pm. Visit https://stockton.edu/kramer/ for more information.