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June/July 2019

by Staff

July 4
Washington Township will put on its annual 4th of July parade to commemorate America’s birthday and those near and far can join in celebrating their patriotism with local organizations and businesses. The parade route will make its way down Greentree Road, Egg Harbor Road, Ganttown Road and back to HurfvilleCross Keys Road. Washington Township High School 11/12 Building, 519 Hurfville-Cross Keys Road, Washington Township, 

July 13-14
Arts & Crafts
For the past 27 years, this festival has been a way to promote not only the work of the artists involved, but also Downtown Haddonfield. Artists and vendors will put their pottery, ceramics, glass, drawings, metalwork, jewelry and more on display at the event hosted by Renaissance Craftables. Times vary, Downtown Haddonfield,   

July 14
A Trip in Time
If you’re a fan of reenactments, don’t miss the chance to go back in time and experience what life was like during the Civil War era in America. Country Day at Kirby’s Mill will feature a black powder rifle demonstration and presentation of Civil War camp life put on by members of the 12th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. Noon, Kirby’s Mill, 275 Church Road, Medford, 

July 16
Rock the Night Away
If you love running, music and drinking wine, Sharrott Winery’s Run the Vineyard event will have participants listening to a rock cover band before, during and after their run. Once the 5K is over, food and wine will be available to participants wanting to relax and enjoy their evening. 6:30 p.m., Sharrott Winery, 370 S. Egg Harbor Road, Hammonton,, $42  

July 16
BYO Popcorn
Laurel Acres Park will play host to its second film of the summer movie lineup, The Grinch. In the latest adaptation of the holiday tale, viewers take a journey into Whoville where the Grinch plots to ruin Christmas. Dusk, 1045 S. Church St., Mount Laurel, 

July 21-26
We all love a good meal, and for an entire week Collingswood will be offering specials that highlight Jersey produce and Jersey grown products. Nunzio Ristorante Rustico, Zena’s American Mediterranean Cuisine, El Sitio Grill & Cafe and Porch & Proper will be participating in the “Farm to Fork” event. Times and pricing vary, Haddon Ave., Collingswood,    

July 26-28
It’s not just summer season, it’s also “concert season” and the XPoNential Music Festival is the perfect combination of music—from pop to rock. Headliners include Hozier, Elvis Costello & The Imposters and Blondie, but more than 30 performers will be hitting the stage during the three-day fest. Times vary, BB&T Pavilion 1 Harbour Blvd., Camden,, $20-$175  

July 31-Aug. 3
Spread Christmas Cheer  
Christmas in July comes to a close with this junior performance of Elf The Musical, Jr. The show is a culmination of work by the Voorhees Theatre Company summer camp bringing to the stage a story about Buddy the elf on a journey to find his dad in New York City. Times vary, Voorhees Theatre Company, 1000 Holly Oak Drive, Voorhees,

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 4 (June 2019).
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