You’ve driven past the beautiful historic houses of Mullica Hill many times, and now you can see them from the inside during our 45th Annual Christmas House Tour.
This year’s tour is Saturday, Dec. 8th from 2-7pm.
Come join us as local residents go all out to decorate their houses for the Holidays, and open their doors for your enjoyment.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased prior to the event online here or the day of the tour. For more information, please contact Hazel at (856) 223-5440.
The Clearview Marching Band will host their annual Holiday Craft Show this year and it’s one of the best around!
The craft show will be held at the Clearview Middle School from 9am to 3pm on Saturday, December 1st.
Over 100 crafters will participate and the show is full of holiday spirit, crafts, food and music.
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Clearview High School presents Peter Pan – a family friendly fall play in the Toscano Theater. Showtimes are:
- Thursday, November 29th at 7pm
- Friday, November 30th at 7pm
- Saturday, December 1st at 2pm and 7pm
You can purchase tickets here.
The 2018 Lights on Main celebration will be held on Main Street from 5-9p.m. on Saturday, November 24th. Join your friends and neighbors for a stroll along Main Street enjoying entertainment, refreshments and special visitors. Have guests in town for the Thanksgiving holiday? Bring them along! They’re sure to be impressed with what’s become our community’s favorite event of the year!
The official tree lighting is at 7:15pm but prior to that Mayor Manzo will give a special welcome from the main stage and school essay winners will be announced.
Transportation and Parking
- At 3:30 pm shuttle service will begin. Southside shuttles depart from the Harrison House Diner, Harrison Township School and the American Legion. Southside shuttles will depart from Ella Harris Park, Chianti and the Municipal Building.
- Handicap Parking is available on
- Get pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus at the “North Pole” from 5-9pm
- Decorate Gingerbread Cookies at Cherry on Top
- Visit the Christmas Shopping Village on the Main St. Bridge
- Take a family photo in Santa’s Magical Sleigh near the Christmas tree
- Take a Horse Drawn Carriage Ride between Woodland Avenue and Chatham Lane and between Folwell Lane and Old Towne Hall
- Get warm cider and a Nutcraker Suite photo at the OKAA Karate Studio
- Popcorn and S’mores Kits by the Fire at Mademoiselle Macaron
- Get cookies, hot cocoa and Gingerbread Man photos in the Weichert Courtyard
- Visit “Tavern Blue” at blueplate for holiday cheer
- Enjoy hot apple cider and cookies at Old Town Hall
- Paint your own Ornament at the Mullica Hill Art Center
- Meet Snowflake the Elf and Icicle the Fairy at Flossy’s
- Visit the Live Nativity Scene at St. Stephen’s Church
Need more info? Check out the detailed Event Map or Mullica Hill Christmas Tree Lighting Facebook page. Lights on Main is sponsored by the Harrison Township Recreation Commission.
Every October local orthodontist, Dr. Susan Lempert, urges parents and children to be mindful of certain Halloween treats that have the potential to damage orthodontic braces. Sticky, crunchy and chewy candy will break the braces off the teeth. Repairing the broken brace is time consuming for both the patient and the doctor and requires missed time from school and work.
Instead, choose softer options like melt-in-your mouth chocolates, peanut butter cups or thinly sliced apples with soft caramel dip. Remember to brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste after these sweet treats!
Looking for a way to get rid of all that extra candy? Dr. Lempert proudly supports Operation Gratitude and is hosting a Halloween Candy Dropoff at her office. Candy will be boxed up and shipped to the troops. The last day for drop-off will be November 7th.
Dr. Lempert provides complimentary screenings for children in her Swedesboro office. You can visit her website at www.lempertsmile.com to learn more about her practice.
Dr. Lempert graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Human Biology. She received her Master of Science in Oral Biology Degree, Certificate in Orthodontics, and Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Temple University School of Dentistry.