Turnersville children invited to magical event

August 30, 2017 by  

Turnersville Harry Potter fans who would like to learn how to craft their very own magic wand are invited to attend an [Read more]

Special day planned for Turnersville brides to be

July 28, 2017 by  

Planning a wedding can be both exciting and nerve wracking, and during a special show that will be held in Turnersville, brides, and grooms as well and [Read more]

Special needs resource fair planned for Turnersville area

June 25, 2017 by  

A Turnersville area event will soon bring together a huge assortment of vendors and others with an interest in providing goods or services to the special needs community.

The Special Needs Vendors Resource Fair will include [Read more]

Turnersville area tour to showcase global taste treats

May 22, 2017 by  

Turnersville residents will soon have an opportunity to travel the diverse world of food and try new culinary experiences without having to leave their local area.

A Taste of Haddonfield will treat those who [Read more]

Turnersville residents asked to show support for veterans

April 30, 2017 by  

People from Turnersville and the communities that surround it are invited to turn out in support of soldiers, sailors, marines, and members of the air force or coastguard.

The Carry the [Read more]

Turnersville residents invited to local springtime shred

February 24, 2017 by  

Shredding private documents can be an important part of protecting one’s personal information, and residents of Turnersville are invited to take advantage of an opportunity to have this done by a professional, free of charge.

Washington Township will [Read more]

Seeking Turnersville couples who just popped the question

January 16, 2017 by  

For Turnersville brides, wedding planning has just gotten a whole lot easier.

The Washington Banquet and Catering has [Read more]

Turnersville reaches out to brides-to-be

December 24, 2016 by  

An event has been planned for Turnersville that can help those who have just got engaged to plan the wedding and reception they have always dreamed about.

Bridal Town Productions will be hosting a wedding show that will provide those who come out with a wealth of information to use in planning their special day. Champagne will be served and guests will have an opportunity to meet with local businesses and learn more about what products and services they have to offer. There will be music to enjoy, along with plenty of free samples, all under one roof.

The organizers of the event are seeking vendors who may be interested in participating and having an opportunity to directly meet with members of the public who may like to patronize their company. More information about this can be obtained by contacting Brian at moc.nwotladirbjs@ainakb. Brochures and other promotional products for an event like this can be supplied a local printer.

The Bridal Town Productions’ Bridal Show will be held in The Washington Banquet and Catering facility on February 19 from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm. Anyone who is planning a wedding and would like to learn more about what local area merchants and services providers can do to make their day even more special is invited to visit the Bridal Town Production’s website to register and find out further details.

Turnersville invited to enjoy some holiday fun

November 29, 2016 by  

An event near Turnersville will give everyone an opportunity to have fun and build their holiday spirit.

The Blackwood Fire Company will be [Read more]

Water, water everywhere at Turnersville event

October 29, 2016 by  

Those who live in Turnersville and the surrounding communities are welcome to take part in an afternoon of presentations that its organizers hope will give them a greater understanding and appreciation of their drinking water.

The TriCounty Sustainability Alliance will be hosting ‘Water is Life – A panel about the health of our drinking water’. Aimed at both those who source their drinking water from a municipal supply or from a private well, the event’s presenters will be discussing water quality, safety, and sustainability.

The experts who will be sharing their knowledge include the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Jeff L. Hoffman and Nick Procopia as well as Carmen Tierno, who is the Senior Director of Operations, for New Jersey American Water. They will outline and explain the process used to treat public drinking water, the different threats that could harm this source, where local water comes from, how someone can read their consumer confidence reports and, for those who have a private well, what tests they should carry out on their supply. Presentation folders that contain more information can be provided to all those who take part in an information session such as this.

This educational afternoon will take place on January 8 at the Camden County Regional Emergency Training Facility, which can be found at 420 Woodbury Turnersville Road in Blackwood. They is no fee to take part, and those who are interested can sign up through its Eventbrite page.

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