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You’ll see stars on Tribute Thursdays  Are you bonkers for The Beatles? Still stuck on Steely Dan? Jonesing for some Journey? The Scottish Rite will kick-off Tribute Thursdays in October and welcome eight cover bands to the borough during the tribute concert series. Tickets are being sold for $20, $25 and $30 at the box office (315 White Horse Pike, Collingswood; 858-1000) and Ticketmaster (ticketmaster.com; 800-745-3000). Do the math: Each show will feature two bands. That means you can see eight concerts for just $80 (or just pick your favorites)! Proceeds will benefit the Collingswood Foundation for the Arts. All shows will begin at 8pm. Here’s the line-up: • The British are coming! On Thu Oct 27, Beatlemania Again (beatlemaniaagain.com) and The Glimmer Twins (pictured, theglimmertwins.net) will pay

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 Jugglers, clowns, and trapeze artists are only as far away as Haddon Township’s arts district this fall. Excitement and spectacle await you under the Ritz’s big top! The Ritz Theatre Company, in Association with the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, is gearing up to present Barnum – Thu Oct 20 thru Sat Nov 19 – at the historic Ritz Theatre. See page 8.

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 Great news for local art lovers! Perkins Center for the Arts recently received a $35,000 grant from PNC Arts Alive (pncartsalive.com). The funds are being uses to finance exhibits and hands-on events at Perkins’ Collingswood location (30 Irvin Ave) through a new program, “Social Artworking.â€? Thru May 2012, Social Artworking will utilize social media to encourage the public to engage in arts at Perkins Center. Each exhibition at the gallery will feature free entertainment -- such as a concert or a lecture -- as part of an opening reception. In addition, free Family Saturdays will provide hands-on art opportunities for all. Currently at Perkins Center: “Invitational Oilsâ€? will be showcased Sat Oct 15 thru Sat Nov 19. This exhibition will feature works by Paul Dusold (figures and still life), Bruce Garrity (landscapes), and Allan Gorman (industrial landscapes). A free opening reception will take place on Sat Oct 15 from 6 to 9pm. Then, on Sat Oct 22, from 9:30am to 12n, the exhibition’s artists will conduct a free painting demonstration in the gallery and teach parents and children the art blending. The gallery is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. perkinscenter. org

This may be right up your alley

 Leave it to Collingswood to host a fundraiser for its Holiday Parade that is sure to be almost as much fun as the parade itself. Revel in an afternoon of bowling, food, and Eagles football – while supporting the Collingswood Holiday Parade – on Sun Oct 16 at Pinsetter Bar & Bowl (7111 Maple Ave, Pennsauken). Tickets are on sale for $20. From 1 to 4pm, guests will enjoy unlimited bowling, an open buffet (two hours), a cash bar, a Chinese auction and a 50/50 raffle, and the Philadelphia Eagles vs. the Washington Redskins on the big screens. And, everyone knows the best thing about bowling is the shoes! Shoe rental is included in the fundraising package. Pinsetter is not your granddad’s bowling alley. With a full menu and bar, stylish decor, big-screen monitors, and 34 lanes – which feature state-ofthe-art Qubica- AMF scoring systems and the fastest pinsetter machines around – Pinsetter is the perfect place for neighbors to meet. Tickets are being sold at Collingswood Borough Hall (678 Haddon Ave) and Main Street Realty (730 Haddon Ave). A limited number of tickets will be sold at the door. 854-6282

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Around the Towns What’s Your Take?

The Scottish Rite will kick-off Tribute Thursdays in October with a British Invasion concert on Thu Oct 27.

What band would you like to see perform in Collingswood?

• Pop Shop owner and professional actor STINK FISHER didn’t need long to come up with an answer, “Led Zeppelin hands down!” He added, “And they’d have to appear at their sloppy ’70’s best, of course.” (For a list of free Halloween happenings at the Pop Shop, see page 11).

• GINA GUGLIELMI would jump at the chance to see The Bird and the Bee playing covers of Hall and Oates tunes. “They are really great ... everyone should check them out,” she said. Gina’s son, MARIO, would love to see Nick Jr’s Fresh Beat Band come to town. • REBECCA CANNAVO and TONY FAST share everything ... from their sandwiches at the Pop Shop to their musical tastes. The duo concurred that they would love to watch The Chatterband cover Bruce Springsteen tunes right here in Collingswood.

(Gina reports that although her family lives in Oaklyn, they never miss an issue of What’s On thanks to the diligent efforts of her husband, Steve.)

• Collingswood’s SAM and CRAIG AARON would love to see their favorite bands perform locally. Like Mario (above), Sam would love to see Nick Jr’s Fresh Beat Band in concert, while Craig would opt for The Beatles. Sam and Craig are pictured savoring a sunny afternoon at Newton Lake Park in Haddon Township.

• Beatles fans BEN and ELLA WATSON are pictured enjoying some quality time at Haddon Township’s Newton Lake Park. Ben revealed, “The Magical Mystery Tour is Ella’s favorite.” He continued, “I would like to see Radiohead perform. They’re really innovative ... I guess you could say they’re The Beatles of today.”

• Pop Shop server VICTORIA SOBEL would love to watch area residents rock out with “the original members of The Kinks, or The Rolling Stones.” Coworker CHRISTINE MALONY believes a concert featuring “Bubble Puppy ... a psychedelic jam band” is just what Collingswood needs.

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 Perk up at the Common Ground Coffeehouse, located at the First United Methodist Church in Collingswood (201 Dayton Ave). Young adults are encouraged to invite their friends and families to take part in invigorating coffeehouse events on the fourth Friday of each month. Common Ground Coffeehouse will provide entertainment by local artists – musicians, actors, comedians, and more! Refreshments, snacks and – of course – java will be provided for free. There is no cover charge at Common Ground Coffeehouse! Common Ground will be open to all – from 8 to 10:30pm – on Fri Oct 21, Fri Nov 25, and Fri Dec 16 (third Friday). 858-1186; fumccollingswood.org

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 The South Jersey Real Estate Investors Association will host a program, titled “Turning Ugly Houses Into Pots of Gold,” on Tue Oct 18 from 6 to 9:30pm. The meeting, which is free and open to the public, will be held at the Collingswood Community Center (30 Collings Ave W). National Speaker Robyn Thompson – also known as The Queen of Rehab – will teach guests the Four Rehabbing Steps to Huge Checks. For more information, visit meetup.com/ SJREIA/.

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Minding the Manor

 We’ll meet you at the Manor! Collingswood Manor, a United Methodist Homes lifecare community located at 460 Haddon Ave, offers many activities which are open to the community: • Celebrate the almighty pumpkin on Fri Oct 14 during Collingswood Manor’s Pumpkin Festival. Plan to visit the Manor at 2pm for pumpkin goodies galore in the Chapel. Let the staff know to expect you – call Lynda at 854-4331 or e-mail lhamrick@cm-umh.org. • Back by popular demand: The Doggone Halloween Pupkin Parade! Be sure to stop by the Manor on the morning of Sat Oct 22 – rain or shine – to watch as local pooches put their best paws forward. Do you own a socialized pup who would like to participate? Simply dress your doggie in their finest Holloween costume and arrive at Collingswood Manor between 10 and 10:30am to register for judging (bring up-to-date immunization/rabies documentation). Fun awards will be given out in several categories, including: Scariest, Mr and Miss Congeniality, Best Dressed, and Best Master and Pupkin. Following the awards and parade there will be a blessing of the pets. For more information, call Barbara at 854-4331 x115. • The Monthly Book Club isn’t just for seniors anymore! The club meets in the Library at Collingswood Manor on the last Wednesday of the month at 3:30pm. On Wed Oct 26, the club will discuss The Pilot’s Wife by Anita Shreve. For the  Calling all vendors current book selection, contact Mary at 854-4331 and crafters! x204. The Collingswood • Be sure to mark your calendar for the CollingHigh School Band swood Attic Treasures and Bake Sale on Booster Association will Fri NovManor 4, from 9am to 2pm. hold a Holiday Bazaar • An Open House event will be held on Fri Nov on Sat Nov 12, from 25. Stop by between 10am and 2pm for a tour, 10am to 2pm, at the information, and the chance to hobnob with resiHigh School. dents. No appointments are necessary. The event will include a basket raffle featuring items donated by each of the vendors. To rent a space, email collsbandbooster@ $ 99 yahoo.com or call 5346123 or 834-6758. Call 856-768-2888 to Schedule Proceeds will benefit the Collingswood High School Marching Band. pantherband.net/ index2.html HIC Lic #165900 ST Lic #12134

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 Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians & Gays – also known as PFLAG – generally meets on the fourth Monday of each month, from 6:30 to 9pm, at the Collingswood Public Library (771 Haddon Ave). PFLAG is made up of individuals who have come to terms with a gay/lesbian/bisexual/ transgendered family member as well as those who are seeking to better understand a friend or relative’s sexuality. No one is turned away from PFLAG meetings. All questions are valid. In celebration of LGBT History Month, Steve Berman, a South Jersey native and renowned science fiction and fantasy author, will serve as guest speaker during the Mon Oct 24 meeting. Berman has sold nearly 80 articles and short stories of various genres, including queer speculative fiction. Berman has been a seven-time finalist for the Gaylactic Spectrum Awards and a three-time finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. PFLAG Collingswood, a chapter of the national Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. Those who attend PFLAG meetings are given the opportunity to engage in dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity. PFLAG’s goal is to increase tolerance for diversity. 609-2024622, pflag.org

Open house

 Good Shepherd Regional Catholic School (100 Lees Ave) in Collingswood will host a Fall Open House on Thu Oct 27 from 9am to 2pm. Experience Good Shepherd’s family atmosphere while touring classrooms, the science lab, the art room, the music room, the resource center, and the gym. The principal and members of the Student Council will be on hand to answer questions. For more information, contact Diane Gallagher at 869-4592, or e-mail goodshepherd gallagher@verizon.net. goodshepherd collingswood.org

New Jersey Freemasons’ square and Compasses day

 The Collingswood Cloud Lodge #101 of Free and Accepted Masons, located at 890 Haddon Ave (across from the Public Library), will be open on Sat Oct 15, between 10 am and 2pm, for those who are interested in becoming Freemasons or in joining one of Masonry’s appendant bodies. Visitors will have an opportunity to tour the building and discuss the organization with lodge members. For more information, visit collingswoodcloud101.org.

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 “The way to preserve my future is to preserve the children’s future.” These are the words of Mystic Bowie, an internationally renowned reggae artist. In addition to being a front man for the Tom Tom Club, Bowie is also a champion for children’s needs. Helping children – in both his native Jamaica and in the US – reach their potential and achieve a better future, Bowie runs a foundation called The Mystic Bowie Cultural Center Foundation which provides school supplies and opportunities in music, dance, and sports to school children in the United States and in Jamaica. Bowie found a natural ally with Haddon Township-based Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), since both organizations work  Don your scariest to meet the needs of children. “I discovered the costume and head out parallel between my organization and CASA. We to the Westmont Lions are doing the same thing,” he said, commenting Club’s 65th annual on the shared goal of giving these children hope Halloween Parade on for their future. Sat Oct 29 starting CASA’s mission is to advocate for the best at 7:30pm. The timeinterests of abused and neglected children who honored extravaganza have been placed in foster care, ensuring that attracts spectators and their needs are met as they navigate the system. costumed participants Today, in New Jersey, there are more than 9,000 of all ages to Haddon children who are living in out-of-home placement. Township. CASA trains volunteers who work to ensure that The parade route will services and assistance are made available, in a begin at Haddon Ave timely fashion, to these children. Volunteers work and Cuthbert Blvd; it to move these children out of foster care and into will continue to Haddon safe and permanent homes. Ave at Maple Ave. On Sat Oct 15, CASA of Camden County Individuals in will host its Night of Reggae fundraiser at the costume and costumed Collingswood Community Center (30 Collings Ave groups will compete W). Mystic Bowie will perform with his band. This to win cash prizes. event will be held from 7pm to 12m. Revelers will Register your group enjoy entertainment, food, and drink. For tickets, at Gettzinger’s Ace $25 each, visit casaofcamdencounty.org. Hardware (127 Haddon A limited number of tickets may be available at Ave) or at Espressit the door. Coffee Shop (18 Haddon Ave) prior to the parade. The Polish American Unwelcomed visitors in your home? Mice, squirrels String Band is being or other pests? Call for immediate results. added to the roster this year. School bands and Civil War re-enactors will enhance the festive Phone: 856/428-2511 mood. The Shriners Motorcycle Club will 34 Kresson Road Fax: 856/795-9886 Cherry Hill, NJ Email: HQ@UnExCo.com add to the spectacle. 08034 Web: www.UnExCo.com The Westmont Lions Club and the Free Online Estimates Westmont Lions Club Termite Specialists I Complex Procedures I Structural Repairs Foundation serve a variety of functions locally, nationally, and internationally. The club is always looking for new members to help with its service projects. If you would like to discuss the Lions’ All Phases of Tree Service activities, including the upcoming parade, call Bob Morris at 858-8240. 856-869-5215 Rain: Sun Oct 30.

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 Join Jubilate Deo Chorale and Orchestra at their annual fundraiser on Sat Nov 19, from 7 to 11pm, at Antony and Cleopatra Caterers (2379 Black Horse Pike S, Williamstown). Tickets cost $30 in advance and $35 at the door (each guest will be given $25 in casino coin). Those who order tickets by Thu Oct 20 will receive additional gambling funds to get them started. Package deals are available. The event will be reminiscent of an evening on the Vegas Strip. The high-rolling excitement will be enhanced with roulette, black jack, craps, and Texas hold’em. Guests will dine and dance as the DJ spins tunes. Auction baskets, a money tree, and a super 50/50 cash raffle will make the evening complete. The evening’s prizes include a trip to Myrtle Beach SC, jewelry, sports tickets, Lenox items, theater tickets, and more. The Jubilate Deo Chorale and Orchestra is a non-profit, Haddon Township-based performing arts organization. Established twenty years ago, it seeks to provide quality classical, contemporary, sacred, and secular musical works – of a professional caliber – that will refresh and renew spirits while building an appreciation for the arts. Reservations: 858-0693; jdco@comcast.net.

Artists: A call for entrees

 The Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission will present its 37th annual Juried Exhibition at Hopkins House Gallery of Contemporary Art (250 Park Drive S, Haddon Township) from Sat Nov 12 thru Thu Dec 15. Scott Noel, a professor of painting and drawing at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, will act as juror. Noel has received fellowships from the Bader Foundation, the Independence Foundation, and Cite Inernationale des Arts in Paris. He has also curated various museum exhibitions and exhibited his work nationally. Artists are invited to submit up to two works, created in the last three years, for consideration. Submissions will be accepted on Sun Oct 30, from 12n to 4pm; and on Mon Oct 31, from 10am to 1pm. The fee is $20 for up to two works ($25 for non-Camden County residents). For entry directions and rules, visit arts.camden.lib.nj.us An opening reception and awards ceremony will be held on Sat Nov 12, from 2 to 4pm, at the gallery. The event is free and open to the public. Stop by during regular gallery hours to view Intimations (Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 1pm and 2pm – 4pm; Saturday, from 12n to 4pm). For more information, call 858-0040. arts.camden.lib.nj.us

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The Ritz is for kids

 Young theatre buffs can’t help but be mesmerized when the curtain rises on a children’s production at the Ritz Theatre (915 White Horse Pike, Haddon Township). The Ritz will present Hans Christian Andersen’s The Emperor’s New Clothes from Thu Oct 27 thru Sat Oct 29, daily, at 10am. An additional show will take place on Sat Oct 29 at 1pm. See for yourself what happens when two tailors convince an unwitting king to purchase a suit that’s only visible to smart people. Tickets cost $10 each; call 858-5230.

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 Show those Thanksgiving calories who’s boss during the fifth annual Turkey Trot 5k and 1-Mile Fun Run/ Walk on Sat Nov 26, rain or shine. Race-day registration will begin at 7:30am. The 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk will step off at 8:45am. The 5k race will commence at 9am. A breakfast reception and awards ceremony will take place at the Pour House following the race. The first 400 entrants will receive t-shirts. Participants can register online at dqtridu.com/ or in person at the Pour House on Wed Nov 23 from 5 to 8pm. The entry fee is $20 for pre-registration and $25 on race day. Proceeds will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. For details or to volunteer, contact Commissioner John Foley at 854-1176 x4156 or jfoley@haddontwp. com.


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 Rohrer Library (15 MacArthur Blvd, Haddon Township) is making the most of fall! • Teens are encouraged to let their creativity soar during Creative Crafters on Fridays – Oct 14, Oct 21, Nov 4, and Nov 18 – from 3:30 to 4:30pm. • The staff at Rohrer Library will celebrate the Sweetest Day, Sat Oct 15, by handing out treats to all patrons. Be sure to participate in the third annual “Name that Candy Bar Contest.” • Kids: Don your boas for a Fancy Nancy Gala on Sat Oct 15, at 10:30am. • The next installment of the Lego Club for children (eight and up) will be held on Mon Oct 17, at 4pm. • South Jersey Ghost Research will visit Rohrer Library on Mon Oct 17 at 7pm. The groups’s program – “Ghosts: Frightened, Concerned, or Curious?” – will include videos, equipment demos, and a question and answer period. The program is designed for adults. • Tween Snack and Read Book Club (ages nine and up) – Young bibliophiles will meet on Tue Oct 18, at 4pm, to discuss The Name of this Book is a Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch. • Preschoolers (ages three to five years old) will celebrate cats and kittens during storytime on Tuesdays – Oct 18 and Oct 25 – at 10:30am. Call to learn when Darby the Cat will be in attendance. • Book Buddies (ages five thru seven/ages 12 and up) – On Tue Oct 18, from 5:30 to 6:30pm, teens will be paired with elementary schoolers to inspire the youngsters to read. • Just in time for Halloween! On Sat Oct 22, a program called “Batty for Bats,” will be offered. Kids, ages six thru 12, will learn about bat behavior and why humans need to learn to coexist with these creepy creatures. • During the Fourth Thursday Evening Book Chat, on Thu Oct 27 from 7:15 to 8:45, bibliophiles will examine Without a Backward Glance by Kate Veitch. • Enjoy books, songs, and felt-board fun with your toddler (12- to 36-months) on Thursdays – Nov 3 and Nov 10 – at 10:30am. • Senior citizens are invited to participate in “Seniors on the Web” on Fri Nov 11, from 10am to 12n. Pre-registration is required for this popular beginner class. Call 854-2752. • Kids, ages 12 and up, are invited to get their game on at Rohrer Library on National Gaming Day, Sat Nov 12, from 10am to 1pm. Register by calling 854-2752. • Calendar alert! Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz will visit the library on Sat Nov 19, from 1:30 to 3:30pm, to discuss global warming. camden.lib.nj.us/haddon

 Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages ... venture to Haddon Township’s Ritz Theatre for jugglers, clowns, trapeze artists, and the most famous showman of them all: P.T. Barnum! The Ritz Theatre Company, in Association with the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts, is gearing up to present Barnum – Thu Oct 20 thru Sat Nov 19 – at the historic Ritz Theatre. Barnum is based on a book by Mark Bramble. It features lyrics by Michael Stewart and music by Cy Coleman. This American musical offers elements of tradition musical theatre while showcasing the real-life personalities of Jenny Lind and Tom Thumb. “Artistic collaboration has always been at the heart of our organization and we are delighted to have the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts join us in this very exciting project. Through our partnership, cast members had the opportunity to train in various circus skills such as juggling, clowning, stilt walking, light aerial work, tight rope and unicycling.” said Bruce Curless, Director of Barnum and the Ritz Theatre’s Producing A preview performance will take place on Thu Oct 20 at 7:30pm. Barnum will take center stage on Friday and Saturday nights, Fri Oct 21 thru Sat Nov 19, at 8pm. Sunday matinees, will take place on Oct 23 thru Nov 13 at 2pm. Wednesday night performances will take place on Nov 2 and Nov 16 at 7:30pm. Tickets cost $25 to $35. Group rates are available; student rush seats cost $15. For tickets, call 858-5230 or visit ritztheatreco.org. The theatre is located at 915 White Horse Pike in Haddon Township. Assistive listening devices are available and the theatre is accessible to those with disabilities.


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 The Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission and Hopkins House Gallery of Contemporary Art (250 Park Drive S, Haddon Township) will showcase their newest exhibition, “Intimations,” thru Sat Oct 29. Intimations features paintings and works on paper by seven area artists: Michael Bartmann, David Campbell, Alex Cohen, Roger Chavez, Jeanine LeClaire, Aubrey Levinthal, and Kyle Stevenson. All the works are meditations on the intimacies of subject, medium, and personal narrative. Stop by during regular gallery hours to view Intimations (Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 1pm and 2pm – 4pm; Saturday, from 12n to 4pm). For more information, call 858-0040. arts.camden.lib.nj.us

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 The Wednesday Evening Theatre Series at the Ritz (915 White Horse Pike, Haddon Township) continues with a special Halloween event, Tell Tale Poe, on Oct 26 at 7:30pm. Helen McKenna will star as Edgar Allen Poe and Helen Whitman. McKenna first appeared as Poe on the stage of the Ritz Theatre in 1999. As Poe, her credits include performances at the Edgar Allen Poe National Historic Site, Allaire Historic Village, Free Library of Philadelphia’s “Great Poe Debate,” The Raven Society, and more. McKenna is a park ranger in Philadelphia; she lives in Oaklyn with her husband Val, who is also an actor. A portion of ticket sales will support the Edgar Allen Poe Baltimore House which may soon be closed due to lack of funding. For tickets ($12), call 858-5230 or visit ritztheatreco.org

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Trick-or-treat! The bus stops here  Families are invited to enjoy trick-ortreating throughout Haddon Township on Halloween, Mon Oct 31, between 3 and 6pm. Drivers are encouraged to use extra caution on this ohh-soscary afternoon. haddontwp.com

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 Do your part to support Haddon Township’s Hawk Youth Football program and have a spooktacular time doing it! A Halloween Social will be held on Sat Oct 29, from 7 to 11pm, at the Knights of Columbus (350 Crystal Lake Ave, Haddon Twp). Guests will enjoy food and beverages, live music and dancing, and a Chinese auction. Costumes are encouraged. Tickets are being sold for $30 each ($35 at the door). To donate auction items and buy tickets, contact Jim at james.r.hope@jpmchase.com.

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 The Kiwanis Club of the Haddons will conduct its annual Florida Fruit Sale. Support the Kiwanis Club – and reep the health benefits of citrus fruit this winter – by placing an order between Sun Oct 23 and Sun Nov 20. This year, 20-pound boxes of navel oranges, Ruby Red grapefruit, Tangelos, and the mixed cases of oranges and grapefruit, will be sold for $18 per box. The 23- to 25-pound boxes apples, oranges, and grapefruit will be sold for $23 per box. The 23- to 25-pound boxes tangelos, oranges, and grapefruit will also be sold for $23 per box. To place an order, call Kiwanis Club Secretary John Wilson at 8581640 or e-mail willaw1@ verizon.net. Orders must be received no later than Sun Nov 20. Fruit delivery is expected on Thu Dec 15. The Kiwanis Club meets each Friday at 12:15pm Tavistock Country Club.

 The Haddon Towncar provides free shopping and recreational transportation to Township seniors – aged 60 and over – and those who are certified disabled. Call 854-1176 x4125 for details. • Mon Oct 17 – Wegmans first pick-up at 10am; second pick-up at 11am • Thu Oct 20 – Superfresh, Acme, Thriftway, Library • Fri Oct 21 – Amish Market, Williamstown • Mon Oct 24 – Superfresh first pick-up at 10am; Wegmans/Shoprite second pick-up at 11am • Wed Oct 26 – Super Walmart • Thu Oct 27 – Superfresh, Acme, Thriftway, Library • Mon Oct 31 – Wegmans/Shoprite first pick-up at 10am; second pick-up at 11am

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 The Saddler’s Woods Conservation Association is seeking volunteers to help nurture Saddler’s Woods on Fall Stewardship Day, Sat Oct 22, from 9:30am to 1pm (rain or shine). Volunteers are needed to help remove debris, pick-up litter, weed invasive species, and maintain the trails. Participants should wear long pants, longsleeved shirts, and sturdy waterproof boots. Volunteers will meet at the Welcome Area (250 MacArthur Blvd, Haddon Township). Fall Stewardship Day is being sponsored by REI in Marlton, Chi Alpha Epsilon, and the Haddon Township Clean Communities Program. Refreshments will be provided. Bring your own reusable cup. Space is limited to 80 volunteers. Pre-register for the event by contacting Donna at donna@saddlerswoods.org or 869-7372.

Foodies rejoice lace up for the grace Race  South Jersey Restaurant Week will run from Sun Oct 30 thru Fri Nov 4. Enjoy four-courses for $25 or $35 at participating restaurants. Make a reservation at Cork (90 Haddon Ave, Westmont; 833-9800) or check out the list of participating eateries at sjhotchefs.com/restweek

 The Great Grace 5k Race, sponsored by Grace Church in Haddonfield, will be held on Sat Oct 22, beginning at 8am, at Newton Lake Park in Haddon Township (Cuthbert Blvd). The course – through the park’s paths – is fast, flat, and scenic. An awards ceremony and pancake breakfast will be held at the Masonic Lodge (790 Haddon Ave, Collingswood) following the race. Prizes will be awarded. Race participation costs $20 and includes breakfast. Non-runners can enjoy the pancake breakfast for $5. Proceeds will support the ministries of Grace Church. Call 429-0007 for details and registration or visit gracehaddon.org.

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 Start your Christmas Season on a high note at the Church of the Transfiguration (445 White Horse Pike, West Collingswood). The Church’s third annual Christmas Tea Luncheon, inspired by the book A Memory of Christmas Tea by Tom Hegg, will be held on Sun Dec 4 at 1pm. Tea, tea sandwiches, and assorted desserts will be served in the church hall. Guests will be treated to live entertainment. Door prizes will make the afternoon complete Tickets cost $15 for adults and $7 for children (nine and under). Tickets usually sell out; tickets will not be sold at the door. Purchase your tickets by Sun Nov 27 by calling Roxanne at 854-1829. Note: This event is not just for the ladies ... bring the whole family! transfigurationparish.org

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 The teens involved in the Collingswood Student Job Pool are ready, willing, and able to help you get your fall projects started – and finished! Yard cleanups, garage and basement organizing, basic painting, weeding, and raking are just a few of the tasks that the borough’s teens can do. Services like light housekeeping, babysitting, and tutoring are also offered. Students are paid $10/hour for raking leaves to the curb and $15/hour for shoveling snow. The Job Pool is run by the Collingswood Municipal Alliance. Participating students have been trained to provide excellent service. Call 869-3431, in advance, to schedule a student. Call well in advance of predicted snow to secure your space on the roster.

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 Be sure to wear your lucky socks when you attend Our Lady of Lourdes Auxiliary’s (Collingswood Branch) annual Ticket Auction on Sun Oct 23 from 1 to 3pm. The affair will be held at the Community Center, located at 30 Collings Ave in Collingswood. Tickets are available for a $15 donation. For more information, call 854-4585.

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 Enjoy an afternoon of bowling, food, and friends during the Collingswood Rotary’s Bowling for Scholarships event on Fri Nov 4 at Pinsetter Bar & Bowl (7111 Maple Ave, Pennsauken). Tickets are on sale for $25. From 8 to 11pm, guests will enjoy unlimited bowling, light refreshments, and fashionable footwear. Two free drink tickets will be given to each guest. With a full menu, stylish decor, big-screen monitors, and 34 lanes – which feature state-of-the-art Qubica-AMF scoring systems and the lightening fast pinsetting machines – Pinsetter is the perfect place for neighbors to meet. Proceeds from this 21-and-over event will support Collingswood scholarship funds and other Rotary projects. Tickets are available from Rotary Club and PTA members or by calling 215-622-4852. Sponsorship opportunities exist – why not sponsor a lane for $25?

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 Skeletons, ghosts, and princesses will flood the Collingswood streets seeking treats on Halloween, Mon Oct 31. Trick-or-treaters are invited to visit their friends and neighbors from 1 to 5pm. collingswood.com

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 Don your costume and alert your dentist! First United Methodist Church of Collingswood is “ghosting” its third annual Trunk or Treat on Wed Oct 26, from 6 to 7:30pm. The event will be held on Dayton Ave between Park and Stokes Aves (two blocks from the Business District). Wear your finest family-friendly costume and bring other boys and “ghouls” along for the fun! There will be many cleverly decorated cars and trunks overflowing with goodies. All who attend will receive free goodie bags. 858-1186; fumccollingswood.org

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 Visit the Traveling Framer with a puzzle piece in you hand, and perhaps you’ll leave with a prize! “Everybody wins in the Traveling Framer’s 20th anniversary Puzzle Piece Promo!” said Stan Demski, owner of the Collingswood-based pictureframing shop and gallery at 554 Haddon Ave. The promotion, running thru Mon Oct 31, revolves around a puzzle which is missing 20 pieces. Customers will receive pieces in the mail; members of the general public are welcome to choose a piece at random when visiting the shop. Prizes will be awarded to those with pieces that fit into the puzzle. Prizes include up to $100 cash and framed art work valued up to $750. What if your piece doesn’t fit? You’ll receive a gift just for stopping by! “Even better ... while no purchase is necessary, we’re also offering 20-percent off on every custom picture framing project ordered during the month of October,” said Demski. Stop by, you won’t leave empty handed in October. Store hours are Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, from 11am to 6pm; Saturday, 11am to 5pm; Tuesdays are set aside for traveling to appointments at homes and offices. 854-3727

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 Collingswood’s Garfield Elementary School PTA will sponsor a family friendly Zombie Chase 5K Run and Trick-or-Treat Walk in Knight Park on Sat Oct 29 at 8:30am. There will be awards for athletic performance (top three in each age group) and costumes (both individual and group). Registration will begin at 8am. Costumes are encouraged but not required. The entry fee for those participating in the 5k run is $25. Individuals participating in the Trickor-Treat Walk will be charged $10; $20 per walking family. Dave Sullenberger; 858-6134

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 UrbanPromise’s Annual Banquet will be held on Thu Oct 20 at the Scottish Rite Auditorium (315 White Horse Pike, Collingswood). The evening will begin with a 6pm registration and an appetizer reception; dinner will commence at 7pm in the Grand Ballroom. Dr Bruce Main will be the keynote speaker. Attendees will be treated to an evening of testimonials, dance, music, original artwork and much more. Year in and year out, the youth of UrbanPromise provides a creative and dynamic program. Tickets cost $35 per person. To purchase tickets and learn about sponsorship opportunities, visit the UrbanPromise Web site at urbanpromiseusa.org/banquet. For more information contact Susan Wilhelm 382-1865.

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Holistic moms Network 1st Tue 6:00p Public Library hmnwestjersey. holisticmoms.org

sPIRITUAl COUPON Thomas merton: Discovering the Hidden ground of Love 2nd and 4th Tue 10:00a to 11:30p (Thru Dec 13) Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion lourdeswellnesscenter.org Taizé Prayer service 3rd Sun 2:00p St. Luke’s Lutheran Church 858-1819 Thomas merton: Becoming who You Already Are Select Thu evenings, 7:00p to to 8:30p (thru Dec 1) Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion lourdeswellnesscenter.org The Discernment of spirits 1st Sat 10:00a to 12n (thru Jun 2012) Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion lourdeswellnesscenter.org Christian meditation 1st Tue 10:00a to 11:00a (thru Dec) Lourdes Wellness Center, Little Portion lourdeswellnesscenter.org walk with Jesus Program 4th Wed 6:30p St. Luke’s Lutheran Church 858-1819

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 Welcome fall like you mean it! The Collingswood Junior Women’s Fall Festival will take place on Sat Oct 22, from 12n to 4pm, in Knight Park. Attendees will enjoy pumpkin painting, live music, hayrides, hot dogs, pretzels, caramel apples, cupcake decorating, and pumpkin-themed games. The Juniors will work with the elementary school PTAs to ensure this Fall Festival is the best yet. Admission to the festival will be free, however those who wish to partake in the hayride will be charged $3 per person (no charge for riders under 2 years of age). Various costs may also be associated with the activities sponsored by the PTAs. In the event of rain, Fall Festival will be held on Sat Oct 29, from 12n to 4 pm, at the same location. jodie.farrow@yahoo.com; 609-760-7523

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 The Proud Neighbors could use a few tips when it comes to securing homes for the Porch Brunch and House Tour which will take place in May 2012. Although the tour traditionally takes place on the Sunday after Mother’s Day, homes and gardens must be secured well in advance. Drop a hint about a home that you would like to see included on the Proud Neighbors’ tour. Homes on the tour reflect a variety of housing styles, architecture, and neighborhood locations. Some homes feature historic architectural characteristics while others have a decorator’s flair or a cozy, colorful ambiance. Proud Neighbors Porch Brunch and House Tour is a popular fundraising event which marks National Preservation month. Call 858-1766 or e-mail your tips to info@proudneighborsofcollingswood.org

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 Bask in the glory of the region’s hottest classic cars and motorcycles during Collingswood’s final Cruise Night of the 2011 season, Thu Oct 20. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cruise Night will be “in the pink” from 6 to 9pm, along Haddon Ave. Residents and guests will not only have a chance to ogle the cars and motorcycles lining the street – the evening also promises dining opportunities, family fun, and live music by No Relation Band and Full Blown Cherry. collingswood.com

See the Telikin Touchscreen Computer at the Komfort & Kare Health & Wellness Expo. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Route 70, Cherry Hill. Thursday, October 20. 9am to 3pm. Free!

storytime 411  Each Thursday, starting at 10am, preschoolers get together for stories, songs, finger plays, a snack, and a play period during the Collingswood Public Library’s Storytime. Don your costume for storytime on Oct 27. Register: 858-0649.

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› Seniors: Your ship (well, bus) has finally come in! The Collingswood AARP will act as your travel agent. Registration is underway for: • Bring your appetite to the city on Fri Nov 18! “Gossips & Gourmets” will include approximately ten food tastings, a four-course celelebrity-chef lunch, and a tour of Philly which was originally designed for locals. • The annual “New York As You Like It” event will return on Sat Dec 10. The day will include a Christmas discovery tour. Optional tickets available for Radio City’s new show for 2011. This tour is great with grandkids! • Take a bite out of the Big Apple on Thu Dec 15. Enjoy the new Radio City Show, a Christmas decorations tour, and a top-notch five-course dinner. AARP meets at the Community Center on the last Monday of each month at 12n. Membership is not required for trips. Call 854-1596 for details.


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el sitio | tortilla Press | Joe Pesce | Villa Barone the Pop shop | inde Blue | West side Gravy sapori | Nunzio | Blackbird |Casona | Call restauraNts to reserVe your seats early. More at WWW.ColliNGsWood.CoM @ BorouGh of ColliNGsWood


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