June 8, 2013
The newly formed Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST) will unveil its first public placement on Saturday, June 8th at 11 AM at the intersection of Haddon Avenue, Mechanic Street, and Clement Street (one block from the center of Haddonfield).
The Trust, in cooperation with the Borough, is creating a public/private outdoor art initiative that will populate downtown locations in Haddonfield with rotational, contemporary outdoor sculpture.
The goal, according to local real estate developer and HOST chair, Stuart Harting, is to “transform this walkable, attractive and historically significant borough into a significant center for juried outdoor sculpture in the great tradition of public art.”
June 7, 2013 – July 14, 2013
You are invited to submit your favorite photograph taken in and of Haddonfield that shows the essence of this town. Images may be of places, buildings, nature, sports, events, families, friends, pets, abstract images…the sky’s the limit!
June 1, 2013
Starting at 10 a.m. on June 1, the Continental Army will occupy the Historical Society of Haddonfield building at 343 Kings Hwy East, while the British encamp at the Indian King Tavern at 233 Kings Highway East.
Around 1 p.m. the New Jersey Volunteers will march down Kings Highway and encounter a large division of the British Army. The skirmish should take about 30 minutes, so don’t be late.
May 22, 2013
The Historical Society of Haddonfield will host a general membership meeting on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 7:30 pm in Greenfield Hall. The topic “18th Century Food – What John and Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh Ate” will be a lively presentation accompanied by food tastings.
May 19, 2013
The Haddon Fortnightly presents an afternoon of fun and fancy for “Little Moms” and their American Girl-type doll. There will be crafts, games, prizes and a tea party.
May 18, 2013
The Friends of the Indian King Tavern present their 2nd annual beer tasting event at Haddonfield’s historic Indian King Tavern. 3 sessions of traditional beer, food, music and a special toast to the town in celebration of its Tricentennial. Tickets will go on sale April 1st, 2013.
May 3, 2013
Featuring the Spring home and garden tour, geranium sale and luncheon.
April 27, 2013
Celebrate Haddonfield’s natural history with an Earth Day celebration and Birthday Party honoring Samuel Nicholson Rhoads
April 13, 2013
In honor of Haddonfield’s Tricentennial – the Haddonfield Educational Trust will be hosting the “Night of 300 Dinners”. Mark your calendars for a fun and exciting community evening that will begin with appetizers at the Haddon Fortnightly. Guests will have a chance to mingle with Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh and John Estaugh!! Proceeds from this year’s dinners will benefit all three elementary schools playgrounds and safety initiatives as well as the Haddonfield Tricentennial.
Please contact Larissa Willison at email@example.com with any questions or if you would like to volunteer for this great event (We are once again looking for host homes!) For information regarding the Trust please visit our website www.haddonfieldeducationaltrust.org
6:00-7:30 p.m. at the Haddon Fortnightly
7:30 p.m. at various host homes in Haddonfield
Please consider hosting or attending this grassroots fundraising event that directly benefits the Haddonfield School District. Contact Larissa Willison at firstname.lastname@example.org more information.
Hosting Responsibilities: Host and prepare a dinner for your friends and neighbors. You provide HET with a guest list and we will send out the invitation.
Ticket Prices are as follows – online ticket purchase will open on February 28, 2013.
Cocktail party only – $25
Cocktail and Dinner – $75 per person
The doors of the Indian King Tavern will be open to the public for tours. The 2pm program will feature first-person interpreters Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh and her husband John. Admission is free but seating for the program is limited.