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!
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.
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.
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.
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)
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.