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Datebook: March 2017

by Suburban Family-- Editorial Staff

March 4: Tasting Around Town
If you’re like us, you drive through your favorite food towns and end up with a sprawling list of restaurants to try. On the Town Food Tours helps condense your list just a bit with a special evening strolling around Kings Highway. The tour allows you to try a variety of Haddonfield samplings, all in one evening.
1 p.m. at 200 Kings Hwy., Haddonfield,

March 11: Philadelphia Flower Show
One of the area’s most beloved traditions returns to Philadelphia with big, bright colors. The Philadelphia Flower Show presents their theme, Holland: Flowering the World, with displays designed by national horticulturists designed to reflect the vibrant feel of Holland in the spring.
Philadelphia Convention Center, 12th and Arch Streets, March 11-17,

March 12: JCC Community Prium Carnival
Celebrate Purim in a family setting with the help of some creative costumes at the JCC Community Purim Carnival. Guests are invited to dress up as their favorite Purim character or a costume they love, then jump into a day full of fun, featuring carnival style games, rides and amusements for littler party-goers, Jewish cuisine and more.
1-4 p.m. at Katz JCC, Cherry Hill,

March 16: Enjoy the View
South Jersey is home to one of the country’s most amazing natural wonders: the Pine Barrens. Photographer Richard Lewis captures the Pines through his photography in his Medford exhibition, The Heart of New Jersey’s Wilderness. The show features Lewis’ favorite scenes from the area, with portions of the proceeds going toward the New Jersey Conservation Foundation.
Closing night, 5-7 p.m. at The Hansen Warner Building Gallery, 6 S. Main St., Medford,

March 17: You Can’t Stop the Beat
The Moorestown Theatre Company presents a family-friendly version of Hairspray, Jr. The cast presents the show in kid-convenient hours, designed to get families of all ages hooked on music. The opening night performance features a special pajama party, so be sure to dress for the occasion.
March 17-19, location TBD, Moorestown,

March 18: Say Cheers
Join the Rancocas Nature Center supporters as they host a Beef & Beer fundraiser, which collects funds for the Friends of Rancocas Nature Center. The night of sipping and snacking helps collect money to sustain the Nature Center, with the help of a Chinese auction and raffle, complete with live music to keep the night going.
7-10 p.m. at Mount Holly Moose Lodge, Westampton,

March 25: Higher and Higher
Grammy-award winning performer Rita Coolidge swings by South Jersey for a night of music on the Pitman stage. Coolidge has been a musical presence since the ‘60s, and brings her rare performances to town to share hits like “The Way You Do the Things You Do” and “We’re All Alone.”
8 p.m. at The Broadway Theatre of Pitman, Pitman,

March 26: Here Comes the Bridal Show
With wedding season quickly approaching, you might be scrambling to make sure your own big day is in the works. The Rock the Aisle Bridal Show is designed to assist busy brides, with the help of local wedding professionals and vendors, cake tastings and a fashion show that will have you saying “I do.”
1-3:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza, Cherry Hill,

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 12 (February, 2017).
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