Letter from the Editor:
The seasonal 08108 has returned for the Fall season to bring in cool new places to discover and delicious new menus to taste throughout Collingswood.
This season, the Collingswood Rotary Club is spreading kindness and smiles throughout the community through multiple charitable efforts. Some of the events the club puts on to raise money also help to bring the community together including pet inoculations and delivering turkeys for the less fortunate.
Another community gathering place is new to residents of the 08108 thanks to the pandemic. Hub 868 has created a positive and productive environment for those who are still work- ing from home or who might need an additional space to work. With conference rooms and white bards, there is plenty of space for new ideas.
For residents looking to discover some- thing new, this edition dives into the history and beauty of Hurley Mansion, now known as the Rite Auditorium. While the tours help to show the beauty and history, it can also shed light on some spooky tales of old.
For those looking for more hidden
treasures, the Collingswood Clover Market has trinkets galore. Jamie Long started the market years ago to give residents an opportunity to fall in love with new and exciting things every time the market comes to town.
After seeking out all the adventures Collingswood has to offer, residents can re-energize at Bistro Di Marino with their delectable seasonal menu. With options from chicken, fish and veal dishes along with pasta aplenty, there is no shortage of choices for everyone.
This fall in Collingswood has so much to offer for all walks of life. Adventures and treats come in all shapes and sizes and this edition of 08108 touches on a bit of everything.