Fall Festival this Weekend – Schedule of Events

This weekend is jam packed with Fall Festivities in Mullica Hill!  Here’s a run-down of what’s going on…Be sure to get out to enjoy all that our town has to offer!

 44th Annual Fall Festival – 10/13 & 10/14,   10 am –  5 pm  on Main St.

Experience a Civil War re-enactment, camp life, a weapons and medical displays, baking on an open fire, candle dipping, and music from a Civil War band.   Local writer and historian Charles H. Harrison will be at The Front Porch to sign his book about his great-grandfather’s Gettysburg experience.  In the evening enjoy a free-guided Lantern Tour of the Union & Confederate camps.

Second SaturdaySecond Saturday – 10/13 on Main St.

Crafters, Food and Music will line the streets for this Second Saturday celebration.  Stop in to Amelia’s Tea & Holly for dessert and tea and sample award winning wines from Heritage Vineyards. Don’t miss the Grand Openings of two new shops – Kings Court and Vintage Home and visit Langmore Salon’s Breast Cancer Awareness Event for free pink nail polish, chalking and feathers.

Ghost WalkGhost Walk – Sat. 10/13, 6:30pm at blue plate

The Harrison Township Historical Society will take you on a guided walking tour of Mullica Hill’s haunted history.  This one hour tour walks past the historic  buildings along Main Street. Tickets are $5 per person and tours will depart from blue plate every 15 minutes beginning at 6:30pm.  Purchase your tickets in advance – they sell out quickly!   Click Here for details.


Build your Own Scarecrow – Sat. 10/13, 10am-2pm at The American Legion

The Mullica Hill Rotary’s annual Build A Scarecrow event is a great day of family fun! They supply all the materials and to make your scarecrow.  Just bring a camera to capture the fun and take home your new friend to display proudly!  The cost is $25 and all proceeds benefit the Mullica Hill Rotary charities. (Rain Date 10/14)


Vintage Car ShowVintage Car Show – Sat. 10/13, 9am-12:30pm at Susquehanna Bank

Car enthusiasts won’t want to miss this annual car show.  The show will benefit Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity and will feature hot dogs, drinks and door prizes.

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