Hainesport residents have numerous options this month

July 9, 2012 by  

Although brochure printers have probably been instrumental in providing flyers and additional information ahead of these ones, it is worth pointing out once again that Long Bridge Park and the Burlington County College Summer Art Exhibition are providing hainesport residents with credible opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, along with a free chance to appreciate the arts.

With a few of the events having already been held, the Long Bridge Park has wasted no time in making sure that residents have a number of options at their disposal when it comes to enjoying the outdoors. During the ‘Overnight Outdoor Adventure,’ hosted last Saturday, July 7, residents were invited to learn all about safe camping practices and night-time wildlife activity. Free to all who pre-registered, this was nothing short of an informative session for all who attended.

On a similar vein, there was plenty going on yesterday with Sneaker Sunday. Also free for the public, this was a chance for people of all ages to take a walk through the park.

Where the printing services of nearby print companies have probably been used the most is for this year’s Burlington County College Summer Art Exhibition. Opening July 14 and concluding September 22, residents have been given the option of stopping by and appreciating the sheer skill that has been put on display by local artists and students.

Interestingly enough, those who missed out on the nature hike as well as the Overnight Outdoor Adventure will be able to participate on July 31. Put simply, there is something available for everyone this month.