JOIN US FOR A FAMILY FRIENDLY HALLOWEEN SCAVENGER HUNT! Once again, we have placed a series of posters downtown so that you can help “Lizzie the Witch” figure out the answer to our Halloween riddle for 2022. The Historical Society of Haddonfield is planning a free, family-friendly, self guided Halloween Scavenger Hunt through downtown Haddonfield for the entire month of October. All of the Scavenger Hunt posters will be visible from the sidewalk, so participants can complete the scavenger hunt on their own schedule. Participants will be able to complete the scavenger hunt online, click here. You can also download and fill out a paper form and drop it off in or mailbox at 343 Kings Highway East, Haddonfield or email to the Historical Society office at [email protected] for a chance to win a $50 gift card. Download the form here.
This is a joint program between The Haddonfield Library and The Historical Society of Haddonfield. Children will hear stories that are based around Haddonfield’s history. There will also be a take home craft given out to the children. Recommended ages 4 and up.
Story times will be held on three Fridays in July, July 8,15, and 22nd starting at 10:00 am in the garden of Greenfield Hall under the pergola.
To register go to the library’s event calendar on their website.
Tuesday, August 2nd, 7:00 pM – Partnering with the public library
The Haddonfield Public Library is hosting a free Women’s History of Haddonfield Walking Tour on Tuesday, August 2nd at 7pm. Anyone interested can register here.
Join Haddonfield historian Douglas B. Rauschenberger on a walking tour of Haddonfield highlighting prominent females and their fight for suffrage and equality. The tour will be approximately an hour long and will meet and end at the Haddonfield Public Library. Doug is the co-author of Lost Haddonfield and Images of America: Haddonfield, with Kathy Tassini. He is the past president of the Historical Society of Haddonfield.