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This holiday season, Haddonfield will host two events focused on kick-starting shopping in the borough’s downtown business district.
Bring your whole family, friends, neighbors and workmates to HOPE Church on Saturday, Nov. 30.
Starting at 5 p.m., Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust and ACME will host the annual “I Believe!” Santa Arrival Celebration, marking the official arrival of the man in red on Friday, Nov. 15.
Ushering in the holiday season, the Moorestown Community House is gearing up to kick-off the first-ever tree lighting ceremony within the town.
The deaf community is invited to visit a special “Signing” Santa for a professional photo at Moorestown Mall on Sunday, Nov. 17 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Santa, a nationally certified interpreter, will communicate with deaf children in their own language— American Sign Language— noting holiday wish lists in this time honored tradition.
Dancing in front of a heap of clothing, the cast of “Ghetto,” written by Joshua Sobol, rehearsed a dance number from the show on Nov. 6 at the Eastern Center for the Performing Arts. Set to open on Nov. 21, play director Dr. Gregg Molotsky explained that the heap of clothing serves as a haunting reminder throughout the play of the 50,000 Jews who were marched out of Vilna Ghetto and executed in the neighboring woods.
Bringing a local flair to the production will be 10-year-old Jane Cohen, a Moorestown resident and student at Moorestown Upper Elementary School, who just last week was selected to play the lead role of Marie
Preserving Croft Farm’s historic value while retaining the location as a mainstay for entertainment has been a priority for Cherry Hill Township.