The event features :
- Crafters along Kings Highway and Tanner Street including florals, seasonal items, glass, wool, pottery, clothing and other handcrafted items.
- Trolley tours
- Scarecrow Making by the Junior Woman's Club will be on the platform in front of Borough Hall.
- Live entertainment by Haddonfield's Pick-Up Band is scheduled for 11am in Kings Court
- The Haddonfield Farmers Market and various artisan tables will be set up along Tanner Street, which will be closed to vehicular traffic.
- Quilt display... New this year, the Haddonfield Friends of the Library and the Little Shop will display quilts of all ages, sizes and styles on clotheslines at Library Point from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- 10th Anniversary party for Haddy where the winner of the Flat Haddy contest will be announced.
- In celebration of Haddonfield’s 300th Anniversary, there will be a Tricentennial Salute in Kings Court with attendance from Majority Leader Greenwald, Senator Jim Beach, and Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt.
- Indian King Tavern will be open for tours from 1-4 p.m. and at 2 p.m. a program featuring first-person interpreter Timothy Matlack, a Haddonfield native, who penned the official version of the Declaration of Independence. Admission is free but seating for the program is limited so arrive early.
Haunted Haddonfield Walking Tour
Get ready for the fall festival on Friday with a Hunted Haddonfield Walking Tour.
Local author Bill Meehan regales with ghost stories and legends from his popular paperback, Haunted Haddonfield.
The tour begins at 7 p.m. at Greenfield Hall, 343 Kings Higway East and winds past the cemetery and familiar houses along the way. The tour lasts about 90 minutes and can be enjoyed by everyone - couples, groups and families.
Adults are $10 and Children (3-12) are $5. Tickets can be purchased at the door (cash only) or ahead of time at Greenfield Hall, the public library, or the Haddonfield visitor Center. There are no rain dates but tickets can be used on any of the tour dates. Please remember to wear comfortable shoes, bring a flashlight and wear somewhat reflective clothing as a safety precaution. Call the Historical Society for more details, (856) 429-7375, or go to our website http://www.haddonfieldhistory.org
Global Frackdown Film Screening: Gasland Part II
A screening of the new feature documentary Gasland Part II, is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at the Tambussi Dance Studio, 20 Haddon Avenue in Haddon Township.
The film chronicles the social, environmental and public health impacts from fracking, the gas drilling method that is being expanded throughout the nation.
Following the screening, advocates from Food & Water Watch, a consumer protection group, will answer questions and discuss local fracking threats.
This event is one of over 200 coordinated Global Frackdown events on October 19th aiming to raise awareness and create solidarity across a global movement.
Learn more and RSVP at www.globalfrackdown.org.
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