It’s all in the details: When it comes to your social calendar, change is … not always good. But sometimes it’s inevitable. In the event of cancelations and postponements, be sure to double check the status of the following events before attending.
Clean up, clean up
Sustainable Collingswood has planned a series of cleanup events at Knight Park, set for the first and third Saturday of each month, starting March 20 and ending in November. Starting at 9 a.m., volunteers are asked for an hour of their time to help beautify the park. Supplies will be provided. Learn more at www.collingswood.com.
Collingswood Restaurant Week
Take advantage of prix fixe menus at a number of borough restaurants from April 11-16. Meals will be available for both dining in and taking out, and reservations are limited. The borough plans to close the avenue and expand outdoor seating. Masks and social distancing required. Check out participating restaurants and menus at www.collingswood.com.
Collingswood High School PTA members are playing Easter Bunny in April, when they will fill your yard with candy-filled eggs! (And for those who prefer, a basket full of eggs is available, too.) Choose 25 eggs for $20, 35 eggs for $30 or 40 eggs for $40. Orders must be placed by Friday, March 26. Discover all the details on the PTA’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/CollingswoodHighSchoolPTA.
Collingswood Reads Book Club
Love to read? Love to talk about it? On the fourth Wednesday of every month, the Collingswood Library plays host to the Collingswood Reads Book Club, giving readers a chance to share their thoughts on a variety of books, from mystery to historical fiction and everything in between. March 24 is “Nothing to See Here” by Kevin Wilson, April 21 is “Caste” by Isabel Wilkerson and May 19 is “The Silent Patient” by Alex Michaelides. Join the conversation from 7 to 8 p.m. at the library, 771 Haddon Ave. Learn more at www.collingswoodlib.org.
Saturday, April 24
12th Annual Green Festival: Sustainable Collingswood will teach you it’s easy to be green at its annual festival from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. along Irvin Avenue. For the eco-friendly expert to the going green novice, there’s something for everyone. Live music, Kids Zone, demonstrations, eco-friendly products and services, and plenty more. Check out www.collingswood.com or the event’s Facebook page for more information and to confirm all details, which are subject to change.
Saturday, May 1
Collingswood Farmers’ Market Opening Day: From Jersey Fresh produce to locally roasted coffee, fine crafted cheeses to artisan breads, this market offers a little bit of everything. Located on a stretch of pavement between Haddon Avenue and the PATCO speedline in Collingswood’s downtown district, the market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon through Thanksgiving. Rain or shine. Learn more at www.collingswoodmarket.com.
Saturday, May 7
Arts and wellness take center stage at this Illuminate Festivals event planned for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Collingswood Senior Community Center. Aura photography, bodywork, energywork, crystals, essential oils and more are planned. Admission and workshops are free, and low-cost services will be available. Find tickets at www.illuminatefestivals.com.
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