Gloucester County Craftsmen & Home Show ~ May 5th

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The 8th annual Gloucester County Craftsmen & Home Show will be held at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Mullica Hill on Saturday, May 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This one-day event will offer visitors garden supplies, live music, festival food, product demonstrations. Shop from local  artists and craftsmen, enjoy delicious food, watch a horse show and get ideas for home decorating.

  • Over 100 craftsmen including wreaths, ceramics, jewelry, candles, glassware, flowers
  • Home show companies representing hundreds of products and services for home renovation
  • All breed Fun Dog Parade at 12 noon (free entry)
  • Fabulous food court and music, picnic style dining
  • Flowers and Baked Goods
  • Farmer’s Market and Pony Rides
  • Springtime Little Miss and Mister – 2pm
  • Face painter and moon bounce for the kids

You’ll find everything you need for inside and outside the home for all of your spring decorating and home improvement projects and you can even enter to win a $500 Home Depot gift card.

Gloucester County Craftsmen & Home Show is a pet-friendly event and consumers are ask to donate a can of pet food for shelters.


Garden Tour and Tea ~ June 16th

Thoughts of spring…coming soon!  Farm House Design and Mademoiselle Macaron will host their first annual Garden Tour and Tea on June 16th from 2:00 -6:00p.m. 

Garden Tour

Tour the historic garden at the home of Jeffrey S. Downs, Esquire and enjoy a taste of teas, live music, vendors and flowers for sale.

Tickets are $15 each,  pre-selling now. Call Hazel DilSaver 856 223 5440 for more details

Spring Clean Up ~ Yard Waste Collection Resumes April 2nd

yardwasteIt’s almost time for Spring Clean Up and Harrison Township will begin resume curbside yard waste collection in the designated brown carts on Monday, April 2nd.

If you do not have a yard cart and would like one please contact Public Works at 223-1308.

The Recycle Center at 51 Colson Lane will resume weeknight hours on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5pm – 7pm as of April 2nd and is open year round on Saturdays from 9 AM – 3 PM.  Residents can drop off of all vegetation, metal, electronics, used oil and antifreeze to the Center.

Christmas Tree Curbside Pickup ~ Jan 8th and 15th

Time to un-deck the halls!


Christmas trees will be picked up curbside on Monday January 8th, and Monday January 15th only. Please do not bag the trees.

Christmas trees are also accepted at the Recycle Center on Colson Lane Saturdays from 9 AM – 3 PM.


Christmas House Tour ~ Dec. 9th

This year marks the 44th Annual Christmas House Tour in Mullica Hill.  The Dec. 9th tour of eight different homes plus historic buildings and churches is sure to put you in the Christmas spirit and give you an appreciation for our town’s rich history.  The tour will run from 2p.m. to 7 p.m. and maps will be provided to guide your way.

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Local shops will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and many will feature Open House specials, entertainment and music.

Tickets on sale now at Farm House Design, Blue Plate, Sisters and the Parsonage $8.00 in advance $10.00 day of.

Automated Curbside Yard Waste Collection

Have you heard that Curbside Yard Waste collection is now available in Harrison Township?  According to Deputy Township Administrator Dennis Chambers,

“Yard waste collection is typically a labor intensive and cost prohibitive service.  After years of research and analysis of the available programs, we decided on a predominately automated system.  This system is designed to maximize manpower and efficiency, which in turn will mitigate cost to the township and to the taxpayers.”

Dark brown carts, similar to the trash and recycling carts, will be available from the Public Works Department.  Residents should call 223-1308 to put their name on the list for a cart to be picked up or delivered.  Initially each requesting residence will be provided with one cart.

Your cart will be picked up the same day as your trash and recycling carts by a separate truck.  Be sure to space them at least 3 ft from other carts or objects such as mailboxes.


Items that are acceptable to place in the yard waste cart are as follows:

  • Grass clippingsyardwaste
  • Leaves
  • Small twigs & clippings (1/2″ diameter or less)
  • Garden waste
  • Organic trimmings
  • Old mulch

Items that are NOT acceptable are as follows:

  •  Household Trash
  •  Recyclables
  •  Dirt
  •  Rocks/Stones
  •  Sod
  •  Concrete
  •  Bricks
  •  Logs
  •  Branches over ½” in diameter
  •  Metal
  •  Construction debris

Please note the Recycle Center located at 151 Colson Lane is still open for residents to drop off the following items:

  •  Vegetative material
  •  Metal
  •  Electronics
  •  Used oil
  •  Used oil filters
  •  Used antifreeze

The Center is open Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5 PM – 7 PM from the first week in April through the last week in October and year rounds on Saturday from 9 AM – 3 PM



Christmas Tree Pickup ~ Jan. 9th and 16th

Time to un-deck the halls!


Christmas trees will be picked up curbside on Monday January 9th, and Monday January 16th only. Please do not bag the trees.

Christmas trees are also accepted at the Recycle Center on Colson Lane Saturdays from 9 AM – 3 PM.


Mullica Hill Christmas House Tour ~ Dec. 10th

The 43rd Annual Christmas House Tour is planned for Saturday, December 10 from 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. Seven Houses, Historical buildings and Churches will be on display. Shops will be open from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.  and the street will be abuzz with holiday festivities.

Treasure Hunt

Come early and enter the Treasure Hunt. Forms will be given out at all participating Shops and the first two entrants with most treasures found in shortest period of time will win a $75 Gift Certificate and $25 Gift Certificate respectively.


Holiday Festivities

  • Christmas Carol readings & Live Music at the Old Town Hall 62 S. Main St.
  • Old Fashion Trees Display for show and sale 8 S. Main Street
  • Live Music IN Barn 41 S. Main St. @ Farm House Design and Blue Plate (3pm-6pm)
  • Hot Chocolate, Cupcakes and Bonfire with delicious S’mores in a Lighted Garden
  • Winter Wonderland at Canteen’s 53 N. Main Street

Visit with Santamh-xmas

You can catch Santa at any of these spots:

  •  2 -4 p.m.   Front Porch Antiques 21 S. Main Street
  • 4 – 6 p.m.    Amelia’s Tea & Holly 26 S. Main Street
  • 6 – 7 p.m.   Old Mill 1 S. Main Street
  • 7 – 8 p.m.   Holy Tomato II


Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 on the day of the event.  You can purchase tickets online here. or at one of these shops:

  • Sisters 39  S. Main St
  • White Wash 32 S. Main St.
  • Old Mill 1 S. Main St.
  • Papernut 41 S. Main St.
  • Farm House Designs 41 St. Main in Barn
  • Blue Plate 47 S. Main St.

Parking is available  on the Street and in Public Parking Lots and buses will take you from one end of the Village to the other with Stops in Between.  Bus transportation is limited to Main St. stops.



Summer Soiree at the Spicer House ~ Aug. 7th

Come to a garden party! Summer Soiree

The Harrison Township Beautification Committee will sponsor its annual Summer Soiree at the Spicer House on Sunday Aug. 7 at 4:00 p.m.

Enjoy the historic house (circa 1748) and beautiful grounds as you sip cocktails and hang out with friends old and new.

Your $40 Ticket donation includes a taste of Mullica Hill and cocktails.   Purchase tickets here:

Proceeds go toward the great work of the Beautification Committee in beautifying Harrison Township.


Introducing Bumblebee Tree Service ~ Tree Removal and More

With the recent stormy weather wreaking havoc on trees throughout our area, MHM is glad to have learned about Bumblebee Tree Service.  They are  a go-to resource for tree removal, emergency tree services, pruning and trimming, serving all of South Jersey.

Bumblebee Tree Service is family-owned, fully insured and has been providing great service to our area since 2009.  With their excellent customer service and professional work, it’s no surprise most of their business comes from referrals. They have an excellent reputation for safe tree work, thorough cleanup and fair prices.

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Even the most beautiful trees sometimes need to be removed to ensure the safety of the people and property around them. When trees become damaged, it’s important that they are removed properly with the correct procedures and equipment.

The professionals from Bumblebee Tree Service are trained in how to identify the the defects that can occur in a hazard tree, including root problems, poor tree architecture, weak branch unions, cracks, cankers and dead branches.  Click here for a Tree Removal Estimate or call 609-297-1721.


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How many times have  you surveyed the damage after a violent storm only to find fallen limbs and damaged trees in your or your neighbors’ yards?  Even the most hardy trees can suffer storm damage, and it’s critical that hazardous trees or branches are removed quickly before causing further property damage and injury.

Instead of approaching damaged trees yourself, which can cause serious injury if they suddenly break or fall,  contact a professional Emergency Tree Service like Bumblebee.  Whenever possible they try to repair the damage and avoid having to remove the tree altogether. Since most well-established trees are very resilient,  many can be salvaged if you call right away.


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As they grow, trees require regular trimming to remain healthy and so that they don’t pose a danger to your house or property.  It requires professional skill and equipment to prune a tree correctly, and failing to invest in this service can result damage or injury. Click here for a Trimming and Pruning Estimate from Bumblebee.

For all of your tree needs, give Bumblebee Tree Service a BUZZ anytime at 609-297-1721, and be sure to tell them Mullica Hill Mom sent you!