Get Out Weekend Guide
Lots of eclectic activities are on the table this weekend, from fundraisers to community gatherings.
Wine Tasting And Auction Benefit, Saturday, Tavistock Country Club, 100 Tavistock Lane, Tavistock, 7 p.m.
Why Go: This is a great opportunity to help raise awareness about cardiac disease. The Brad Wilby Memorial Foundation hosts this fundraiser, wine tasting and silent auction benefit. Tickets include wine tastings, games, an auction and prizes. You’ll know you’ll be making a measurable difference, because proceeds from the event will be used to purchase defibrillators for local sports facilities. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How much: $75
Psychic Development Workshop, Sunday, Haddonfield Massage & Wellness Center, 8 E. Mount Vernon Ave., Haddonfield, 1 p.m.
Why Go: Tap into your natural intuition and enhance your psychic abilities during this afternoon workshop, led by reiki master and psychic medium Robin Collier. Come and meet like-minded friends and neighbors at this introductory session which is designed for beginners or anyone with an interest in psychic ability. For more information or to register, call (856)858-4775.
How Much: $30
Historical Society of Haddonfield Soup and Games Event, Sunday, 343 Kings Hwy East, Haddonfield, 1 p.m.
Why Go: Please make a reservation for this unique fundraising event, which will feature delicious homemade soup, bread, drinks and desserts. After lunch, mosey into the Historical Society Parlor for an afternoon of board games, provided by the owner of Rhinoceros Gamery and Toy Store, Bernadette May. Games will include Boggle, Banagrams and others. Ms. May is very knowledgeable about games of all sorts and is looking forward to debuting some new games as well. For more information, please visit www.haddonfieldhistory.org.
How Much: $10
Dynamic Sustainability Event, Sunday, 3700 Rudderow Street, Pennsauken, 2 p.m.
Why Go: Find out how embracing diversity can play an important role in forming stronger communities. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in small group discussions on building a healthier economy and environment. Learn how to incorporate the concept of diversity into the community and explore real-life examples of how diversity can create stronger systems. Rev. Eric Dobson, Co-director, Organizer and Public Relations with the Fund for an Open Society; and Emilio Panasci, Co–director and Urban Planner with the Fund for an Open Society, will moderate. For more information, please call 856-661-1700.
How Much: Free