Hundreds of our four legged friends and their owners visited Downtown Haddonfield for the second annual ‘Pet-a-Palooza’ charity event on April 10.
The event featured a Pet Fashion Walk, Pet Talent Contest, pet vendors and an opportunity to adopt a pet from the Camden County Animal Shelter (CCAS) as well as other shelters throughout the day. Pet-a-Palooza’s participating vendors’ fees were collected by the Partnership for Haddonfield (PfH) and donated to the CCAS. Continue reading Dogs Have Their Day at Downtown Haddonfield’s 2nd annual ‘Pet-a-Palooza’ Charity Event April 10
Downtown Haddonfield will once again celebrate our four legged friends with pet-related promotions, adoption opportunities and pet-friendly activities during Haddonfield’s second annual ‘Pet-a-Palooza’ charity event on Saturday, April 9 from noon – 4 p.m. (Rain date Sunday, April 10 from noon – 4 p.m.).
The event will feature an opportunity to adopt a dog and/or cat from the local Camden County Animal Shelter (CCAS) along Kings Highway from noon – 4 p.m. Various vendors and other shelters will also offer pet adoption opportunities throughout the day in the Downtown.
“Pet-a-Palooza is not only a great opportunity for visitors to bring their pets to enjoy the Downtown during a day dedicated to our four-legged friends, but also a chance to become a pet ‘person’ by adopting a pet; and to donate to a great cause – the CCAS,” said Remi Fortunato, Retail Recruiter for the Partnership for Haddonfield. Continue reading Dogs Have their Day as Downtown Haddonfield Hosts the Second Annual ‘Pet-a-Palooza’ Charity Event Saturday, April 9
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that federal disaster aid has been made available to the State of New Jersey to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by a severe winter storm and snowstorm during the period of January 22-24, 2016. Continue reading President Declares Disaster for the State of New Jersey
Enjoy the perfect pairing of wonderful wines and a day of great shopping amid the unique setting of Haddonfield’s boutiques and dining spots. You’ll find special offers town wide as ‘Haddonfield Uncorked’ takes place once again throughout Downtown Haddonfield on Saturday, February 20, from 1 – 4 p.m. (Rain/snow date: Sunday, February 21).
Introduced in 2015, this is the third time this popular event will be held in Haddonfield. Haddonfield is a “dry” town by law; however, a 2014 Alcohol Management Plan for Retail Outlets prepared by the Garden State Wine Growers Association makes this unprecedented event possible. Where wine is typically unavailable, this event offers a chance to sample and purchase New Jersey wines while browsing the Downtown shops. Continue reading ‘Haddonfield Uncorked’ Returns to Downtown Haddonfield February 20
Shoppers can take advantage of extended retail hours on Thursday evenings in Haddonfield. Implemented in October, this is now a permanent enhancement to the Downtown Haddonfield experience. From fashions to gift ideas, to treats, and dining, there’s plenty to enjoy and now more time to enjoy it.
“The extended hours on Thursdays give visitors additional time to enjoy the Downtown and make purchases – especially those who work during the day. Whether you’re shopping for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday or need to get some errands done and grab a bite, now there’s a day and time to do it in Haddonfield,” said Remi Fortunato, retail recruiter for the Partnership for Haddonfield. Continue reading Downtown Haddonfield’s Extended Thursday Hours Allow More Time to Shop
Liven up your winter season with festive shopping, specials and seasonal fun during Downtown Haddonfield’s first-ever Winter Fest, taking place Saturday, January 23 and Sunday, January 24.
Heating up Haddonfield’s fine shops and boutiques will be exciting specials and in-store events taking place throughout the beautiful Downtown business district, located along Kings Highway and charming side streets – which include Mechanic Street, Ellis Street, Tanner Street, Haddy Lane, Kings Court, and Haddon Avenue. Shop for the hottest winter accessories and see what trends are in store for Spring 2016. Weather permitting, many stores will also be setting up sidewalk sales outside their shops. Continue reading Downtown Haddonfield Announces Winter Fest Saturday and Sunday, January 23 & 24
Uber New Jersey announced a new partnership with the New Jersey NAACP to recruit 3,000 new drivers from low income communities throughout New Jersey by the end of June 2016. Working with local government officials and community organizations, Uber will host a series of driver education events to inform residents about partnering with Uber and connecting with flexible economic opportunities.
“Creating jobs in low income communities through shared economic platforms and strong partnerships like this is critical to providing support to New Jersey families who need it most while strengthening our region’s economy,” said Senator Cory Booker. “Fostering the creation of new wage-earning opportunities in some of New Jersey’s most underserved communities opens doors that will help preserve the corps of our neighborhoods and build an economy that works for everyone.”
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Uber New Jersey, Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown and the Evesham Celebrations Foundation announced the extension of a first-of-its-kind free rides program to include the neighboring Township of Voorhees.
Through this expansion, nearly 30,000 Voorhees residents will be able to take free Uber rides home from Voorhees’ bars and restaurants, helping reduce cases of drunk driving. The expansion is reciprocal: Evesham and Voorhees residents will have the option to take free rides home from locations in one another’s township.
“Keeping drunk drivers off the road should be a priority for every single community here in New Jersey and Uber has proven to do just that,” said Voorhees Mayor Michael Mignogna. “Voorhees is proud to partner with Uber and Evesham as part of this groundbreaking effort.”
In October, Evesham and Uber unveiled a new initiative in which the Township covers the cost — through a mix of contributions from local foundations, donors and businesses — for Uber rides home from Evesham’s restaurants and bars, during the hours of 9pm-2am.
“Communities like ours have struggled for decades to find practical, effective solutions for the problem of drunk driving,” said Evesham Mayor Randy Brown. “The success of the Evesham Saving Lives program cannot be overstated: with a 66% reduction in DUI arrests over the last 3 months, we’re literally saving lives.”
“We know that when people have a safe, reliable way to get a ride home, they make smarter choices and instances of drunk driving are reduced,” said Ana Mahony, General Manager for Uber New Jersey, “Expanding this program to Voorhees is a sign of its success in Evesham, as well as an indication that more and more municipalities are turning to Uber for innovative solutions to their greatest policy challenges.”
The pilot program in Voorhees will run December 18th – January 15th with pickups from 9 local bars and restaurants. The safe rides option in Evesham, which was initially slated to end on January 2nd, will also be extended through January 15th.
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Crowds of shoppers lined the streets and filled the shops and eateries in Downtown Haddonfield during Haddonfield’s Small Business Weekend November 27 – 29.
As part of its commitment to making holiday shopping in Haddonfield the best experience it can be, the downtown once again extended its annual Small Business Saturday celebration and sales event to three days – Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 27, 28 and 29. Downtown merchants made the shopping experience extra special with incentives, trunk shows and other promotions.
“Small Business Weekend was a terrific success this year,” said Remi Fortunato, Retail Recruiter for the Partnership for Haddonfield. “It was great to see the streets and shops crowded with shoppers enjoying their shopping experiences and supporting local businesses.” Continue reading Crowds ‘Shop Small’ in Haddonfield During Small Business Weekend
Football teams across South New Jersey are going to Lace Up 4 Pediatric Cancer® for their Thanksgiving Football games. Funds raised by these teams will help support Go4theGoal’s programs that benefit local children and families battling pediatric cancers.
“Thanksgiving is the perfect time for us to give thanks for all the healthy children in our lives and to keep in our thoughts all those who are battling cancer and other illnesses,” states Beth Stefanacci, Founding Director of Go4theGoal. “We started the Lace Up 4 Pediatric Cancer® campaign because of the outcry from athletes that wanted a way to kids in their communities with cancer. We are grateful to have such a strong show of support from local coaches and players at this time of year.” Continue reading This Thanksgiving, Athletes Across South New Jersey are Giving Back to Help Local Kids That are Battling Cancer