Concerts are held every second Sunday of the month from 2-3 p.m.
Kids are heading back to school, and before you know it the required reading list gets sent home, making little to no time for kids or adults to make it out to the library to pick out a book.
Leaves have yet to change color, but the cooler temperatures signify the summer is coming to a close and the fall season is ready to break through.
Just because it’s mid-August doesn’t mean summer is over. There is plenty of time to get into those summer reads you wish you had already started.
Kids are heading back to school, and before you know it, the required reading list gets sent home, leaving little to no time for kids or adults to make it out to the library to pick out a decent book.
As the end of summer nears, it’s time to crack that reading list you may have avoided, or finish the list you’ve started.
The fourth annual Teen Film Festival at the M. Allan Vogelson Library is coming close to opening night as the red carpet-themed event is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 20.
The summer months are winding down, but Voorhees Town Center is continuing to celebrate the beautiful weather with its last Caribbean-themed Farmers Market on Aug. 10.
Mt. Laurel Township’s Concert in the Park event tonight has been moved from Laurel Acres Park to the Community Center due to the weather.
The historic Atsion Mansion is located at 744 Route 206. Tours can be taken at 1 and 2 p.m. on Saturdays.