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Flex your pipes on the last Thursday of each month! Grooveground’s Open Mic Nights start at 7pm. Next Thu Jul 29. See page 2.

Treat yourself to a night on the town!

 When you’re alone and life is making you lonely you can always go – downtown. When you’ve got worries, all the noise and the hurry seems to help I know – downtown. – “Downtown” by Petula Clark (1964). There’s no better time to pay a visit to a local shopping district than when the business associations, retailers, local artists, and restaurateurs come together to put their best foot forward. In recent years, many municipalities have designated one night per month to entice visitors with curbside entertainment, street vendors, work by local artists, and in-store and dining specials. Haddonfield’s First Fridays are becoming increasingly popular. Visitors are invited to stroll the business district from 5 to 9pm on First Friday. Many local eateries offer al fresco dining, allowing guests to enjoy free

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Seek inner peace while improving your balance and flexibility with Tai Chi. The next session will start on Mon Jul 26. See p 2.

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Jazz up your summer evenings at Hopkins House. Jazzy July events take place each Wednesday night thru Jul 28. Scat to p 6.

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For nearly 40 years, Severino Pasta Company has been the place to find authentic, artisanal pasta, handmade with only the freshest, all-natural ingredients. The retail shop, located at 110 Haddon Ave in Westmont, also offers handmade cheeses, top-quality meats, artisanal breads, and authentic sauces made using time-tested recipes. Open Tue to Fri from 9:30am to 6pm; Sat from 9:30am to 5pm; Sun from 10am to 2pm. www.severinopasta.com. 856-854-7666. Incidentally, Severino’s products are now available in Whole Foods Markets across the East Coast.

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 Tai Chi classes are being offered at the Community Center. The classes are designed for students of all ages. Tai Chi uses stretching and gentle movements in time with the breath. Instructor Morris Siegal will direct students. Improve your balance, flexibility, and muscle tone while achieving increased clarity and calmness. Six-week sessions will be held on Mondays from Mon Jul 26 thru Mon Aug 30 and again from Mon Sep 13 thru Mon Oct 18 from 11:30am to 12:30pm. The cost is $35 for Haddon Heights residents; $40 for non-residents. haddonhts.com

 The First Baptist Church and Urban Promise invite you to worship with the Urban promise interns and workgroups on Sun Jul 18 at 7pm. The event will feature speaker Dr Tony Campolo. 429-2326

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 The Tween Snack and Read Book Club, for kids ages nine thru 14, meets on the third Tuesday of the month from 4 to 5pm. Those who register will receive a free copy of the book at the Circulation Desk. To fuel literary discussion, snacks are served during club meetings. The group will discuss Hana’s Suitcase by Karen Levine on Tue Jul 20. Who was Hana and what became of her? Find out what happens when school teacher Fumiko Ishoika receives a child’s suitcase which belonged to an orphan during the Holocaust. Hana’s Suitcase is based on a true story. The club will discuss The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznic on Tue Aug 17. Mystery lovers will enjoy this spellbinding story set in Paris. For information about the Snack and Read Book Club, call 854-2752.

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 Grooveground (647 Haddon Ave) is the place to be this summer. Entertain yourself with the following activities: • Fridays Live –The events, featuring live music, spoken word, comedy, and other artistic expressions, are not to be missed. On Fri Jul 16, Mourning Anna Log will take the stage at 8:30pm. Mellow out with Bill McConney on Fri Jul 23 at 8:30pm. • Saturday Night Theater – Catch fabulous flicks in Grooveground’s Garden Bar. On the first and third Saturdays films will be shown starting at dusk (around 8:30pm). On Sat Jul 17, watch Wall-E. • Come out on the last Thursday of the month at 7pm for Open Mic Nights with host, Ed Burke. To ensure a spot on the evening’s roster, arrive at Grooveground by 6pm. Spots are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Next: Thu Jul 29. grooveground.com

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Around the Town What’s Your Take?

Make your summer all it can be by regularly visiting local business districts. Which town event do you enjoy most?

• The Public Library Director, BOB HUNTER is looking forward to the annual Haddon Heights Fall Craft Festival Craft and Corvette Show. “I love seeing all of my old friends and the food vendors ... it’s also the only time I get to eat fried Oreos and hot dogs!” Bob admitted. Turn to page 15 for details about this year’s festival.

• Four-year-old twins CEARA and TERENCE McNALLY, of Haddonfield, are pictured enjoying Crystal Lake Pool with their nanny KACY ALESTRA. Ceara and Terence loved watching the borough’s Fourth of July fireworks with their parents. “They were really loud ... I liked the pink ones,” said Ceara. “I liked the white ones,” added Terence.

• A 2010 graduate, Haddonfield’s NATALIE BRANIN will head off to Syracuse University in the fall. Natalie’s favorite borough event is “probably the Fourth of July Parade.”

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• Haddon Township’s ALEX MEIER replied, “Definitely the Block Party ... it really brings people together.” To read about Haddon Township’s Block Party, go to page 21.

• Bothers SHANE (3) and STEPHEN (5) absolutely love hanging out at Crystal Lake Pool during the summer. According to their mother Mary, “Their favorite Haddon Township event is the Halloween Parade, especially when candy is thrown!” Stephen recalled that last year he was a bat and his younger brother was Thomas the Train.

• A lifeguard at Haddon Township’s Crystal Lake Pool, MOLLY BARBIERI revealed, “I always loved going to the pool during the summer months, but working at the pool is even better.”

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 Local working artists are invited to learn more about Collingswood’s newest arts destination, Crestmont Gallery, by attending an Open House event on Sat Jul 17 from 11am to 1pm. The gallery, located at the corner of Crestmont and Haddon Aves, will offer the region’s fine artists and crafters an opportunity to sell and promote original work. Owner Gary Campbell and the Crestmont Gallery’s Arts Manager, Pat Chamberlin, will be on hand during the Open House. Guests will enjoy light refreshments. Campbell is looking for ideas from local artists to help develop the gallery. During the upcoming months, the gallery will host an exhibition showcasing the hidden treasures and the sophisticated ideas of the professional artists living and working in Collingswood. If you would like to learn more about Crestmont Gallery, stop by the Open House. If possible, RSVP to Pat Chamberlin at pchamberlin@comcast.net. 854-6100

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entertainment along with their dinner fare. First Fridays will be held thru October. For details, call the Information Center at 216-7253. As they say, “Collingswood. It’s where you want to be,” especially if it’s the second Saturday of the month! Join artists and musicians for the next Second Saturday event on Aug 14, beginning at 6pm on Haddon Ave. Art House is a new component of Second Saturday. Art House Solo Shows take place at Yogawood (688 Haddon Ave) from 6 to 9pm. Michele Foster-Lucas’ work will be featured on Aug 14. On Sep 11, Art House will showcase the work of Chris Eckenrode. For additional information, visit secondsaturdaycollingswood.info The Third Friday of the month means that there may be fun to be had on Merchant Street in Audubon. Once the air cools and fall takes hold, visitors will be invited to stroll the thoroughfare from 6 to 9pm. Plan to shop, dine, and soak up the scene. Third Fridays bring entertainers, artists, and vendors to Audubon’s streetscape. Audubon’s Third Friday events will resume in fall 2010. If your calendar says it’s the fourth Friday of the month, pack up the family and head to Haddon Heights! Sponsored by the Business and Professional Association, Fourth Friday events are held on the 500 and 600 blocks of Station Ave from 5 to 9pm. Visitors enjoy live music, a wide range of dining options, and extended hours at local shops. The theme for Jul 23 is Christmas in July. Check out Santa in shorts! Then, wear your lucky socks on Aug 27, Casino Night is sure to be a croud pleaser (appropriate for all ages). For more information, go to haddonhts.com.

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 Mind, Body, and Art Studio – an art program for children ages three to six held at Haddonfield Friends School – is offering young artists an opportunity bring a friend to camp beginning with the Tue Jul 27 and Thu Jul 29 classes. The fee for the three-hour morning class is $65. Children who register will be permitted to bring a friend at no extra cost. For more information about Mind, Body, and Art Studio, visit haddonfieldfriends.org or call 354-9192.

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 The wait is over! The Village Playbox, a community theatre troupe based in Haddon Heights, has announced its upcoming season. The troupe will kick-off with two one-act plays to be held on Fri Sep 10, Sat Sep 11, Fri Sep 17, and Sat Sep 18 at the First Presbyterian Church. First up is Tom Stoppard’s classic comedy-murder mystery, The Real Inspector Hound. The play within a play is an Agatha Christie mystery spoof. The production will then be followed by Tell Me Another Story, Sing Me a Song, which addresses mother-daughter issues. The Playbox won the 1991 New Jersey Theatre League Festival with a performance of this production. The group’s annual children’s show will follow in November. Children will be enchanted by Mother Goose on the Loose on Sat Nov 20, Fri Nov 26, and Sat Nov 27. The show, directed by Theresa Hoyt, will be performed at the United Methodist Church. Warm up your winter with the George Axelrod comedy, Goodbye Charlie. Directed by Steve Allen, performances of the play will be held on Fri Feb 18, Sat Feb 19, Fri Feb 25, and Sat Feb 26 at the First Presbyterian Church. The Village Playbox’s 71st theatre season will culminate with the John Patrick comedy, A Bad Year for Tomatoes. The production will be shown on Fri Apr 29, Sat Apr 30, Fri May 6, and Sat May 7 at the First Presbyterian Church. Treat yourself to season tickets. For $39 you will receive tickets to the three adult shows, plus an extra flex ticket. Download an order form at villageplaybox.org. Mail the completed form and check to: The Village Playbox, PO Box 35, Haddon Heights. Tickets will be mailed in September. villageplaybox.org

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 Kids and families will not want to miss the free family-friendly entertainment at Haddon Lake Park. Shows begin at 10:30am. The line-up is as follows: • Sat Jul 24 – The Paisley Pickles will present “Yummy Music for the Whole Family.” • Wed Jul 28 – Rock out with the Two of a Kind sing-a-long. • Wed Aug 11 – Tucker’s Tales Puppet Theatre will mesmerize the little ones with “Aesops Fables.” ccparks.com

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› The members of the Lesbian Social Network of South Jersey (LSN) are making the most of summer with a jampacked schedule! Up next: • Bocce Ball is back on Wednesday nights at 6pm! Weather permitting, games are played at the courts in Cherry Hill’s Challenge Grove Park. • LSN’s Brunch on Fourth Sunday – LSN’ers will enjoy a bargain-priced earlybird brunch menu, with a side of sparkling conversation, at Collingswood’s Tortilla Press on Sun Jul 25 at 10:30am. RSVP is required; look for details at lsnsj.com. • LSN Women of Color Social Networking – On Fri Aug 6, from 7 to 9pm, members are invited to bring their friends to enjoy great company and conversation at Jersey Java & Tea, located at 140 Haddon Ave N in Haddonfield. • LSN Second Thursday Coffee and Conversation – On Thu Aug 12, from 7 to 9pm, members will convene at Grooveground for chit-chat and a few laughs. Catch up with old friends and perhaps make some new ones. • Pool Party Barbecue – Cannonball! A pool party will be held on Sat Aug 14, from 1 to 6pm at a member’s home in Galloway. RSVP required; look for information on lsnsj.com. • LSN Goes Out to the Ballgame – Members will watch the Phillies take on the Houston Astros on Mon Aug 23 at 7:05pm. It’s Citizens Bank Park’s eighth annual Gay Community Night! LSN is over 1,000 members strong, but new friends are always welcome. Membership is free. lsnsj.com

 With pandemic poverty, disease, environmental threats, and violence, the world is facing challenging issues. The Methodist Church invites you to respond by becoming informed and bringing God’s word of hope. The Methodist Church will team-up with Saint Andrew’s Church in Cherry Hill to create a forum to discuss the issues. Discussions will be held on Wednesday nights in July at 7:30pm alternating between the two churches. Up next: • A program, led by Pastor Richard Hendrickson will be held on Wed Jul 21 at Saint Andrew’s (327 Marlton Pike W, Cherry Hill). • On Wed Jul 28 Pastor Jessica Brendler will lead the discussion at the Methodist Church. • The Final Group Reflections and Action Steps will be held on Wed Aug 4. The location has not yet been determined. To participate, call the Church office at 429-0403 or e-mail Pastor George Morris at gmorris@haddonfield umc.com. Be sure to pick up a copy of the Bishop’s letter at the Welcome Center to read in preparation for the discussions.

 Relish a summer evening while grooving to the music at Haddon Lake Park during the free Sundown Music Series. Shows begin at 7:30pm. Check out the following: • Enjoy the musical stylings of Los Straitjackets featuring special guest Paul Dempsey on Wed Jul 28. • Horsefeathers will take to the stage with special guest Sweet Namaste on Wed Aug 11. For more information, visit ccparks.com.

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 “The Passing Show,” currently taking place at Hopkins House (250 South Park Drive), insures that local art enthusiasts will not need to look very far for new sources of inspiration this summer. In the first installment of “The Passing Show,” the recent works of Mary Price were showcased. Nicole Koenitzer’s paintings depicting the multiple layers of the human psyche, are currently on display and will be shown thru Sat Jul 31. An exhibition of works by William Marlin will follow Koenitzer’s exhibit, from Tue Aug 3 thru Sat Aug 21. Marlin was a celebrated faculty member in Camden County College’s Art Department for almost 30 years. The collection of Marlin’s work was donated to the Camden County Arts Bank by his widow. “The Passing Show” is open to the public during regular gallery hours (Tuesday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm and 2 to 3pm; Saturdays, 12n to 4pm). arts.camden.lib.nj.us

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 The Garnet Youth Football and Cheerleading programs, for kids ages five thru 14, are back and better than ever. Registration is underway. Sign-up now; practices for both squads begin in August. Aspiring football players will be placed on a team based on age and weight. The cost is $95 which includes insurance, equipment, and a personalized game jersey. Games are usually held at the High School, Devon Field, and Memorial Field. The cost is $75 per cheerleader which includes a uniform, pom poms, socks, a hair bow, and insurance. Register at garnetyouthfootball.com. For more information, e-mail garnetyouthcheerleading@yahoo.com.

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› In cooperation with the Collingswood Book Festival, The Retrospect is sponsoring the Best of the Fest Six-Word Memoir Contest 2010. Come up with the winning phrase and you could walk away from the Book Festival with $100! Can your feelings about literature be boiled down to six words? The contest was inspired by the best-selling book Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure. Entries will be judged by Larry Smith, creator of the Six-Word Memoir project. Entries must be original, six words in length (no more, no less), and received by Fri Sep 10. Visit collingswoodbook festival.com/contests for memoir examples and contest details. For additional information on the art of the Six-Word Memoir, go to Larry Smith’s site: smithmag. net. Email entries – along with author’s name, home address, phone, and email address – to bookfestmemoir@colling swoodbookfestival.com. Six-Word Memoirs may also be submitted at the Library (771 Haddon Ave). Be sure to label entries “Memoir Contest.”


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 Would you jump at the chance to relive the excitement of the High School’s 2010 Commencement Exercises? Were you out of town for the Independence Day Parade? No worries! Comcast Channel 19 and Verizon Channel 46 have you covered. The parade will be shown on Fri Jul 16, Sun Jul 18, and on Tue Jul 20 at 7:30pm. Graduation will be shown each Sunday afternoon thru Sep 5, at 3pm. u Oaklyn

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Premier Retirement Community! You’re at home at The Weston Club. Whether you’re enjoying a cup of coffee with a new friend or a gourmet dinner in the restaurant with your family, you know you’re home. Add the heated atrium pool, fitness center, library, movie theatre, card rooms, cultural activities & courtesy limo and you could imagine yourself in a lavish resort. Come experience The Weston Club.

 Children won’t want to miss out on the special events at the Public Library. • Make Waves at Your Library – Kids can take part in the summer reading challenge by pledging to read during the summer. A celebration will be held in the fall. To register, visit the Library and pick-up a summer reading form. Reading for school as well? The Oaklyn public schools’ summer reading materials are available in a special section of the Library for easy access. • Art & Science Summer Fun – The Library will host fun, educational activities on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:30 to 3:30pm. The programs will feature an activity outside and a project inside. Snacks and time for kids to share what they’ve learned with their caretakers will complete the afternoon. Register at the Library or call 858-8226. Parents must sign an initial permission slip. • Family Movie and Snack Nights – Each Wednesday at 4:30pm, the Library will show a family-friendly film. Films will be chosen based on residents’ suggestions. What’s your favorite flick? • Public Story Hour for Tots – At 12n on Thursdays Jul 22 and Aug 5 little ones gather for a story and craft activity. u Collingswood

Revisit a classic

 Members of the Community Theatre are gearing up to present Twelve Angry Men, at the Community Center in late-July. Set in the 1950’s, Twelve Angry Men is an examination of a group of jurors, brought together to deliberate an open-and-shut case. Entrusted with the power to send a teenager to the electric chair for killing his father, the jurors are confined to a small jury room until they reach a unanimous decision. The play examines the men’s personalities, prejudices, biases, indifference, anger, judgments, cultural differences, ignorance, and fears. These traits hamper the jurors’ decisionmaking abilities, causing them to ignore the case’s real issues. Directed by Melinda Matula, the play’s cast includes John Dunn, Tom Geigel, Scott Harris, Chuck Jackson, Peter Jackson, Ron Kelly, Tom Lorenz, Mike Marotta, Tom Matula, Bob Middleton, Dave Routzahn, Chris Scola, and Mike Smith. Performances will take place Thu Jul 29 thru Sat Jul 31 at 7:30 pm. Tickets, available at the door, are $15; $10 for seniors and students. mikenmarce@verizon.net


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Want a BETTER LIBRARY for Haddonfield?

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PETITION

1. Plans and documents are available at the Borough Web site: www.haddonfieldnj.org. 2. You can send a message to the Commissioners via the Borough Web site: www.haddonfieldnj.org. 3. The Friends of the Library is a group of passionate, likeminded volunteers who give their time, energy, and talent to sustain a strong and vibrant public library in our town. http://hfol.org. It has not taken a position on this issue.

HELP WANTED

If you have specific expertise and wish to help move this project forward, please call David Hunter at 856-428-3399.

Building an addition in front of the Public Library building would be a huge mistake, for many reasons. The Commissioners and the community need not make such a mistake, because an alternative site for a new library is available. In a report dated June 2010, a blue-ribbon committee concluded that the Allen Avenue Parking Lot is “worthy of serious consideration.” We, the undersigned residents of Haddonfield, hereby petition the Commissioners – before deciding to renovate the existing building and erect an addition in front of it – (a) to order an independent, detailed investigation and evaluation of the Allen Avenue site and (b) to commission the preparation of conceptual plans, with estimated costs, for at least two building configurations on that site. Name: ..................................................................................... Address: ................................................................................. E-Mail: .................................................................................... Mail to: David Hunter, 6 Haddon Avenue S, Haddonfield NJ 08033

___ 1. VISIT ... the site (see map at left). Walk around. Visualize. Imagine! ___ 2. CONSIDER ... the benefits of a new, designed-to-suit building at Allan Avenue versus a “best we can do” basic renovation1 of the existing confined, inflexible, inadequate building. ___ 3. READ ... the report1 of the “blueribbon” Sites Committee that concluded that the Allen Avenue site is “worthy of serious consideration.” ___ 4. WRITE ... to the Commissioners2 and urge them to have the architect do the same kind of study for Allen Avenue as he did for the current site. ___ 5. ATTEND ... the Commission meeting on Tuesday, July 27 at 7:30pm, Borough Hall. Speak up! Ask questions! ___ 6. TALK ... with family, friends, and neighbors. Encourage them to check off the items on this “To Do” list. ___ 7. REMAIN ... open to possibilities. ___ 8. PLEDGE ... to help ensure that the Commissioners and the community make the right decision. ___ 9. JOIN ... the Friends of the Library.3 ___ 10. SIGN ... the petition (at left).

Thank you!

The site is at the far end of the parking lot behind Lantern Lane.

Conceptual sketch by Paul Monson, commissioned by Stuart Harting.

The ALLEN AVENUE Parking Lot


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Attention Haddonfield Residents!

THIS IS IT: OUR LAST CHANCE FOR A BETTER LIBRARY On June 9, the Borough’s library architect presented four options to the community: • Option 1: Renovation to make the existing building ADA-compliant. • Option 2: As above, plus alterations to improve functionality. • Option 3: Renovation as above, plus an addition of 8,360 sqft in front of the existing building. • Option 4: Renovation as above, plus an addition of 13,800 sqft in front of the existing building. Option 4 consumes so much open space in front of the building that it has been universally rejected. It is believed that none of the commissioners favors this option. Option 3 takes up less open space, but still suffers from several fundamental problems. It destroys the view of a beloved, heritage-listed building and it is likely to be looked on unfavorably by the Haddonfield Historic Preservation Commission and the State Historic Sites Council. There is a widespread feeling that voters would give this proposal the “thumbs down.” It is believed that at least two of the commissioners do not favor this option. Option 2 (“ADA Plus”) would improve the functionality of the building and make it compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, but would add just 5 sqft of programmatic space. That’s a better library? Option 1 (“ADA”) would make the building ADA-compliant, but that’s all. That’s a better library? Mayor Colombi is on record* as saying, “I personally believe that our community wants and needs a better library and that such a library will require either an addition to the existing building or a new building.” She is believed to be less than enthusiastic about Option 3. And Options 2 and 1 will not give us “a better library.” Commissioner Borden is on record* as saying, “We ... need to bring [the existing building] up to current standards of functionality, usability, safety and handicapped accessibility.” If he comes to the conclusion that Option 3 is likely to go down in a referendum, he may well decide in favor of “ADA Plus.” Commissioner Kasko is on record* as saying, “[W]e can and should improve the library we have, bring it up-to-date on safety codes, make it handicapped accessible, expand its size and usefulness, and make needed repairs.” He is well aware of his constituency’s position on spending public money on this project, so his preference is predictable: “ADA.” Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. By two votes to one ... [drum roll] ... “ADA Plus”! But what if a referendum on “ADA Plus” were to fail? (Advocates of a better library might vote against it, out of disgust. Advocates of spending the minimum might vote against it, preferring the less-expensive “ADA” option.) Acknowledging that possibility, the commissioners might simply implement the “ADA” option, sans a referendum. (They could take the view that the Borough must, by law, bring the building into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Even if voters said “no” to “ADA,” the Borough would have to do the work anyway, or risk being sued. So why waste money on a referendum?) The prospect seems gloomy. But it’s not. There is an alternative – Option 5 – that will enable our community to have a library that meets its wants and needs, at a reasonable cost. The answer is a new, designed-to-suit building in the Allen Avenue parking lot. As more and more residents become aware of this alternative, more and more come to the same conclusion that a Sites Study Committee (led by Commissioner Borden) did – the Allen Avenue site is “worthy of serious consideration.” Haddonfield has a simple, stark choice: An inadequate library (“ADA” or “ADA Plus”) or a better library (Allen Avenue). Which would YOU prefer? Which would YOU vote for? Which will it be? * Candidates’ answers to the question “Should Haddonfield build a new library?” posed by the Haddonfield Sun during the 2009 election campaign.

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Go au naturale!

 The Camden County Board of Freeholders is sponsoring family-friendly programs to help residents reconnect with nature. • A program titled “Caterpillars, Bugs, Butterflies” will be offered on Tue Aug 24 at Haddon Lake Park in Haddon Heights. Bug out from 10 to 11:30am or from 2 to 3pm. • A program titled “Frogs, Toads, and Turtles” will be offered on Thu Aug 29 and Fri Aug 20 at Hopkins Pond in Haddonfield. Take a walk on the wild side from 10 to 11:30am or from 2 to 3pm. u Collingswood

Celebrate spirituality with Lourdes

› The Lourdes Wellness Center (900 Haddon Ave) offers programs focused on spirituality and creativity. Get in touch with your inner-self: • Join the ongoing Beginners Meditation in the meditation garden at the Little Portion of Lourdes Wellness Center (1049 Haddon Ave, 2nd floor) on Tuesdays from 3 to 4pm. A $5 donation is suggested. • Relaxation in Nature will be held at the Little Portion on Fri Jul 23 from 11:30am to 12n. A $5 donation is suggested. • Unleash your inner artist! Create your own garden sculpture on Wed Jul 28 from 10am to 5pm. This introductory class costs $95. The theme is “Brother Sun.” • Deepen your relationship with God through reading, praying, and sharing scripture. Friendship with God will be held on Thursdays Aug 5, Aug 12, and Sep 9 at the Little Portion. Morning sessions will be held from 11am to 12n; evening sessions will be held from 7 to 8pm. A donation of $10 per session is suggested. Register: 869-3125; lourdeswellnesscenter.org u Haddon Township

For the adults

 Check out the adult programs at Rohrer Library: • Yoga For Everyone! (all ages) – Gentle yoga classes, for all ages and experience levels, will be held on Tuesdays from Jul 20 thru Aug 3 from 7 to 8pm. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing. Bring a mat or a beach towel. • Thursday Evening Book Discussion Group (adults) – The group will discuss Outside Valentine by Lisa Ward on Thu Jul 22 from 7:15 to 8:45pm. Ward’s novel is based on the Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate murders that took place during the 1950’s in Nebraska. Want to read ahead? The group will discuss Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland on Thu Aug 26 from 7:15 to 8:45pm. Delve into Auguste Renoir’s masterpiece depicting close friends savoring a summer afternoon at a cafe on the Seine. Vreeland’s book examines Persian society following the Franco-Prussian War. • Seniors on the Web (senior citizens) – Learn basic computer skills while having fun. No previous experience is necessary. The class will be held on Fri Aug 13 from 10am to 12n. Be sure to register early for these programs by calling 854-2752.

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 Kids are in for weekly surprises this August thanks to Warm and Wonderful Wednesdays at the Hopkins House (250 Park Drive S). Each Wednesday – with one session at 10am and one at 11am – free children’s programs will be held on the patio. • Wed Aug 4 – Magician, Ken Northridge, will thrill the crowd with an age-appropriate magic and comedy show complete with live rabbits and doves, music, and audience participation. • Wed Aug 11 – Sister MoonSong will weave African and Native American folk tales. Kids will learn about art and culture during a program intended to educate, delight, and inspire. • Wed Aug 18 – The Puppet Lady will offer a hands-on program to youngsters; children will be encouraged to create their own puppets. • Wed Aug 25 – Children will be treated to a Flamenco Guitar & Dance Workshop, led by the D’Aprile Family. Little ones will also learn about history, geography, and culture in relation to the Latino art form. Space is limited and reservations are required. For details or to reserve a place, call 858-0040. The workshops are held rain-or-shine.

 Rafting on a river/Wading in a brook/Drifting gently down the stream/While reading my new book! Summer reading has never been easier thanks to the fun programs at the Public Library. Children won’t want to miss the following activities: • Preschool Storytime, for kids ages three to five, will be held on Tuesdays at 10:30am. Create a colorful fish on Tue Jul 20. • Toddlertime, for kids ages two and three, is held on Thursdays at 10:30am. Create a colorful fish on Thu Jul 22. • The Book Boat read-together program for readers ages seven thru 10 meets on Wednesdays thru Aug 4 from 1 to 2pm. The group reads Mr Popper’s Penguins, talks about the book, and does fun activities. Call 429-1304 or visit the Library to register. • Sleepy Storytime, for ages three thru six, meets on Mondays at 7pm. Make a colorful fish on Mon Jul 19. For more information, visit the Library’s Web site at haddonfieldlibrary.org or call 429-1304.

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 Hey alumni, reconnect with former classmates at this year’s annual Alumni Day to be held during Homecoming at the High School on Sat Oct 9. Don’t miss the football team take on Woodbury at 2pm. A canopy tent will be open for all alumni and tours of the school will be available at 1pm. Enjoy light refreshments while catching up with friends. The introduction of new inductees into the Ring of Honor will take place prior to the game. Get there early. In addition, the Homecoming ceremony will be held at half time. u Haddon Heights

Save the date

 It may be summer but its not too early to mark your calendar for the Haddon Heights Business & Professional Association’s annual Fall Craft Festival and Corvette Show on Station Ave. The event will be held on Sat Oct 2, rain or shine, from 10am to 3pm. In addition to sweet rides from the Original Garden State Corvette Club, there will be art, crafts, entertainment, and food. Craft and art vendors and food and beverage vendors are needed. Rent a space at the Festival while there’s still time! To register, visit haddonheights.biz.


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 Would you like to reduce stress, lose weight, or increase your flexibility? Lourdes Wellness Center (900 Haddon Ave, Suite 422), offers yoga, meditation, and wholistic movement classes for all fitness levels. Try: • All Levels Yoga – The class will be held on Mondays thru Jul 26 from 5:30 to 7:00pm. The cost is $15 for drop-ins. • Yoga for Beginners – This four-class series will be held on Mondays thru Jul 26 from 7:30 to 8:30pm. The cost is $12 for drop-ins. • Gentle Yoga – Wind down on Mondays thru Jul 26 from 11:15am to 12:15pm. The cost is $12 for drop-ins. • Introduction to Anusara Yoga – This five-week course will run on Tuesdays thru Aug 10 (no class on Jul 20) from 7:30 to 9:00pm. • T’ai Chi Chih – Session are held on Mondays from 9 to 10am thru Aug 30. The class is also held on Tuesdays from 4:30 to 5:15pm thru Aug 24. • Fusion – This combination of strength training and pilates will be held on Thursdays from 7 to 8pm thru Aug 26. • Yoga and Meditation – Classes will be held on Thursdays thru Jul 29 from 7 to 8:30pm. lourdeswellnesscenter. org: 869-3125

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 Registration is open for the Little League’s Fall Baseball season. Players of all fall sports are invited to participate, as are players from other towns who wish to play on a Haddonfield team. When registering, indicate a player’s additional activities because games are scheduled to minimize conflicts with other fall sports. The season will run from Labor Day thru the end of October. Sign-up for the following: • Little League – The divisions are Machine Pitch (eightyear-olds), Minors (nine- and ten-yearolds), and Majors (11- and 12-year-olds). The cost is $100 per player in the Machine Pitch and Minors and $125 per player in the Majors. Parents registering siblings will receive a $10 discount. The fee includes a game jersey, hat, an approximately 18-game schedule, and play-offs. • Babe Ruth – Players who will be between 13- and 16years-old in spring 2011 will be placed in the 13-year-old, 14-year-old, or 15- to 16-year old divisions. Haddonfield will be joining the Tri-State Elite League (TSE). The cost is $150 per player and includes umpire and TSE fees. Babe Ruth players are required to own a pro-style mesh game jersey, which is reusable for all spring and fall teams. A onetime additional fee of $65 will be assessed for those that don’t already have a game jersey. To register, visit haddonfieldbaseball. org and sign-up by Sun Aug 1. Space is limited and late registrants will be charged a $25 fee. Details: gwilliams@ ahwilliamsco.com or steven.strobel@hp.com.

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 Kids can chill out with ice-cold Slurpees if they play it safe. The Police Department has partnered with 7-Eleven owner, Mir Sajid, to reward children and teens who wear helmets while riding bikes this summer. Officers will present bike riders they spot wearing helmets with coupons that can be redeemed for free Slurpees at the Haddonfield 7-Eleven (615 Haddon Ave). Children shouldn’t approach police officers seeking coupons. State law requires bikers 17-years-old and younger to wear a helmet. If caught without appropriate safety gear, kids could receive a court summons. The good news? Riders spotted not wearing a helmet will be given 10% off coupons for bike helmets and safety equipment from Sports Authority and Dick’s Sporting Goods. Design & Installation • Annual & Perennial Planting • Garden Maintenance • Custom Installation of Container Gardens •

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 Adults can enjoy Classic Movie Nights at the Library. It started with Casablanca, but the rest is up to you. On Thursdays Jul 22, Aug 5, and Aug 19, at 6:30pm, classic movies will be shown. Titles will be based on residents’ suggestions. 858-8226

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Get ready for some family fun!

 The First Baptist Church will host two family nights this summer. Grab the kids and get ready for some fun! • On Sun Jul 25 from 5 to 7pm, the Church will host Christmas in July. Come out for games, activities, carols, food and a Christmas tree! Call 8541540 to register. Admission to the event is the donation of one Christmas gift (per family) to be donated to the Burmese Refugee Children Ministry. • On Sun Aug 22 from 5 to 7pm, the Church will host Splash Night. Come prepared for water balloons, water slides, and hot dogs. Call 854-1540 to register. Admission to the event is one back-to-school item (per family) to be donated to the Burmese Refugee Children Ministry. u Haddon Heights

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 Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children, or CASA, will host a Night of Reggae and Fun on Fri Oct 15 from 8pm to 12m. The festivities will take place at Valleybrook Country Club in Blackwood. Guests will enjoy entertainment, hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine, desserts, an auction, and opportunities to win cash and prizes. For information about the event, call 858-4488. A non-profit organization headquartered in Westmont, CASA advocates for abused and neglected children in out-of-homeplacement.


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Teen hot spot

Under the sea

 The High School Football Booster Club and Haddonfield Youth Football will host their 9th annual Gridiron Classic golf outing on Sat Jul 24. The outing will be held at Ramblewood Country Club (200 Country Club Parkway, Mount Laurel). Supporters will meet between 7:30 and 9am for a continental breakfast, beverages, and registration. There will be a shotgun start at 9am. At 1pm, guests will enjoy a barbecue lunch, tournament awards, and give-a-ways. The cost is $120 per golfer. Attend the lunch only for $20 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Proceeds will benefit the football programs. For details or to register, contact Frank DeLano at fdelano@haddonfield.k12.nj.us or Gregg Prescott at gaprescott@aol.com.

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 The Library is the place to be for teenagers this summer. With funding from the Friends of the Library and suggestions from the Junior Book Club, hundreds of dollars were spent to update the materials in the Teen Section.

 The Baptist Church will host Vacation Bible School from Mon Aug 2 thru Fri Aug 6 from 9am to 12n for children ages four (by Sep 30) thru 6th grade. The theme is “SeaQuest: Diving for God’s Treasure.” Call 547-3579 to register.

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Water’s on tap at the library

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 The Free Public Library of Audubon and New Jersey American Water are joining forces on Thu Jul 22. Programs for children and adults will be offered throughout the day and evening. Parents and caregivers are asked to contact the library at 547-8686 for details about the daytime children’s programs. An evening program will be offered beginning at 6:30pm at the Audubon Senior Center, located next to the Public Library. Representatives from New Jersey American Water will discuss the quality and processing of H20 in the borough and in New Jersey during a program titled, “All About Your Water.” Conservation efforts will also be addressed. The library is located at 239 Oakland Ave.

 The Baptist Church (3rd and Station Aves) offers the Shepherds ministry, a program designed for those who are mentally challenged. The program, for teens and adults, teaches attendees about the Bible while also hosting social events, outings, parties, and plays throughout the year. The Shepherds meet from 9:30am to 12n each Sunday in Room 208 at the Church. For more information, call 547-3579.

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 St Luke’s Lutheran Church, located at 710 Collings Ave, is hosting a series of workshop and worship opportunities. Programs are held on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 8:30pm. Up next: • Mending Broken Fences – On Jul 20, Dr Steven Treat, Director and CEO of the Council for Relationships, will discuss reconciliation. Learn how to take steps to mend your relationships and reconnect. • End of Life Decisions – On Sep 7, Vitas Hospice Medical Director, Dr Gaurav Mathur, will discuss making end-of-life choices and arrangements. 858-1819

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 After operating for several years in Haddon Township, The Delaware Valley Swing Club, a non-profit social dance group, is coming to Collingswood. The club will host an Open Dance on the third Saturday of each month, beginning on Jul 17, at the Collingswood Cloud Massonic Lodge (790 Haddon Ave, 2nd Floor). Are your moves a little rusty? No worries! Workshops will be held at 6:30pm and at 7:30pm, prior to the Open Dance which takes place from 8:30pm to 12:30am. The public is invited to attend. Workshops cost $10 for members and $12 for non-members. Admission to the Open Dance is $10 for members and $12 for non-members. You don’t need a partner to enjoy an evening with The Swing Club! The group is beginner friendly and the DJs play a wide variety of music. robandsheiladance.com


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 Celebrate the end of summer at the 21st annual Block Party on Sat Sep 25 from 12n to 6pm. A rain date is scheduled for Sun Sep 26. The extravaganza will feature food, amusements, music, and a car show. haddontwp.com

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Be in the know Summer takes hold at Hopkins House  A community budget briefing with Commissioner Kasko and Borough Administrator Sharon McCullough will be held on Thu Jul 22 at 7pm in the Borough Hall Auditorium. The 2010 Borough budget will be explained in detail.

 Entertain a few new perspectives on summer at Hopkins House. Located at 250 South Park Drive, Hopkins House is the home of the Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission. Currently on display, an exhibit titled “In the Summertime,” is open to the public during regular gallery hours (Tuesday thru Friday, 10am to 1pm and 2 to 3pm; Saturdays, 12n to 4pm). The exhibit will run thru Sat Aug 7. The exhibit includes works in a variety of water media by Arlene Arons, Marlene Craig, Lyn Mowrer, Sharon Paisner, David Sipple, Irvane Spracklin, James Sutton, Pamela Wallenhurst, and Beth Zimmerman. Many styles are displayed, from representational to abstract. arts.camden.lib.nj.us u Haddonfield

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Discover the Delight Catch flea market fever!  Did your spring cleaning unearth items that you of Evans Pond no longer want or need? Why not turn your trash Explore Haddonfield’s “hidden treasure” with Deborah Garwood’s book of superb photographs as your guide.

into cash at the annual Lions Club Flea Market and Antique Sale scheduled for Sat Sep 25 from 9am to 3pm at One Centennial Square? The rain date is Sat Oct 2 from 9am to 3pm. Reserve your space now for $20 by visiting haddonfieldlions.org. Proceeds will benefit the Lions Club’s Blind Fund. 795-6574

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 Do you cherish the charm and character that sets Haddonfield apart from other towns? Do you enjoy the historical significance of its buildings, neighborhoods, and streetscapes? Haddonfield is changing on a daily basis. With each tear down, another piece of history is lost forever. At the same time, green and open space is quickly disappearing. A group has been formed to monitor these developments, educate residents, and protect Haddonfield’s character. If you are concerned, join Preservation Haddonfield. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7:30pm at the Mabel Kay Senior Center. To learn more, go to preservationhaddonfield.org or call 287-4665.

 If English is your second language and you would like to improve your communication skills, the Public Library is here to help. Call the library at 858-8226 or stop by to schedule time with an experienced teacher.

 The Crew Club is offering a Learn to Row program with instruction by Head Crew Coach Scott Wisniewski and Crew Club team members. The program is open to any students entering grades 9 thru 12 at the High School this fall. The session will be held on Sat Aug 28, from 12 to 2pm, at the Camden County Boathouse on Cooper River (7050 Park Drive N, Pennsauken). The cost is $50 per session. For an application and waiver form, visit htcrewclub.org. Details: 858-8718; ss.4.king@gmail.com. u Haddon Heights

Crafty kids

 Tired of hearing the age-old summer refrain, “I’m so bored” from the kids? Consider Summer Crafts for students being held at the Community Center. Ben Kessler, who will teach art in the High School and Middle School this fall, will occupy the kids with amazing craft projects. Attendees will dapple in everything from binding their own books to folding paper into animal shapes. The best part? Kids take home what they make! Craft classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons for six weeks at the Community Center. Summer Crafts for ages seven thru 11 will meet on Tuesdays from 1 to 2:30pm from Jul 20 thru Aug 24. Summer Crafts for ages 12 thru 18 will meet from 1 to 2:30pm on Thursdays from Jul 22 thru Aug 26. The class fee is $50; $45 for Haddon Heights residents. Registration forms are available at haddonhts.com.


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