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Sunday, May 4, HSH Book Club Meeting

May 1, 2014 Uncategorized Comments Off on Sunday, May 4, HSH Book Club Meeting

Screen shot 2014-04-23 at 9.46.24 PMJoin us, Sunday, May 4 at 2:00 PM for the Historical Society’s Book Club discussion of the founder of Haddonfield, Elizabeth Haddon Estaugh: 1680-1763.

Greenfield Hall
343 Kings Hwy. E.

Doug Rauschenberger & Kathy Tassini, co-editors, will tell us about the challenges and delights of this major HSH publication.

Light refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP to Nina @ 856.429.7375

May 17: There is a Tavern in the Town!

March 25, 2014 Uncategorized Comments Off on May 17: There is a Tavern in the Town!

image001Save the Date: Saturday, May 17, 2014

On Saturday, May 17, The Friends of the Indian King Tavern will again be hosting Tankard at the Tavern, our spring beer tasting event. There will be three sessions (12 noon, 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm).

Tuckahoe Brewing and Riverhorse Brewery will be pouring their brews for the event this year. The Pour House will also be offering “buck a shuck” oysters during sessions.

The 12 noon session will be done as a beer pairing. There will be four small courses, each paired with a beer to perfectly compliment the dish.

Tickets will be $50.00 for the 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm sessions and are available for purchase online. Quantities are limited to 100 tickets per session. Information regarding food and vendors will be available shortly.

For information and tickets go to IndianKingFriends.org.

May 19 Lecture: Romantic and Victorian Gardening in America

March 20, 2014 Uncategorized Comments Off on May 19 Lecture: Romantic and Victorian Gardening in America

The Rutgers Master Gardener Association of Camden County is offering a Lecture, “Curves, Carpets and Colors: Romantic and Victorian Gardening in America”.

Date: Monday, May 19, 2014

Sign-In Begins at 5:45 PM with Lecture Promptly at 6:30 PM at the Camden County Environmental Center, 1301 Park Boulevard, Cherry Hill

Speaker: Marta McDowell, Horticulturist, Teacher of Landscape History and Horticulture at The New York Botanical Garden. Author of Several Books, and an Expert on Emily Dickinson’s Gardens.

This inspirational presentation explores the development of American landscaping styles, from formal to Victorian, and will be of particular interest to those who preserve gardens at historic buildings as well as anyone who enjoys beautiful gardens.

Books will be available for purchase.

Advance registration required with payment by May 12.

Walk-ins will be accommodated only if event is not sold out.

For more information, call 856-216-7130, email njgarden@camdencounty.com, or
visit Camden.NJAES.Rutgers.Edu/Garden/EventsforPublic.html.

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A New Look!

February 4, 2014 Uncategorized Comments Off on A New Look!

We have a new look! Recently we had the opportunity to upgrade the website and consolidate some information. We know with change finding the information you need may be a little different at first. So here are a few helpful hints:

  • The menu has changed a bit, so please take some time to search through it.
  • If you need a quick find of information, use the “Search” widget on the right side. Type in the word you are looking for and a list of pages will come up. CLICK on the title to open the page.
  • We have our hours listed on both the right side widget and in the menu.
  • And last, but not least, our donate button is easily visible.

Our new masthead is a compilation of local art. The Haddon Fire Company lent us one of their historical drawings, the text is a local vintage wedding license and we wrap it up with a pencil drawing of Greenfield Hall and Mickle House.

We hope you like the new look. Look around and let us know.

This Week at HSH!

December 9, 2013 Uncategorized Comments Off on This Week at HSH!


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