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Oakford Memorial Planned

Aunt Charlotte’s Candies will be closed on Monday, January 6, 2020 to celebrate the life of their mother, Virginia (Bunny) Oakford, who passed away on December 10, 2019. There will be a visitation from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. and a service immediately following at The First Presbyterian Church, 10 West…
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Town Chef Makes His Mark

Mayor Brennan sent congrats on Twitter to Merchantville’s own Phil Manganaro, Chef/Owner of Park Place Cafe & Restaurant, for his well deserved recognition as one of the 24 most important people on the NJ restaurant scene. We’re lucky to have such talent and shows that Merchantville is a great place…
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12/2019 Observer

The Observer has published their last issue of 2019. It includes articles about Merchantville's BOE discussion on School Choice and keeping the current maximum level of 44 School Choice students from other public school districts; the closure and loss of McFarlans Market after a nine year run in the downtown;…
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Wind Symphony Performance

Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey will perform a holiday concert at the First Presbyterian Church of Merchantville, 10 West Maple Avenue, on Saturday, December 14th from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. The concert will begin with a musical tribute to Leon DeLoach, a thirty-year member of The Wind Symphony who…
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Community Center Rededicated

Last evening the Merchantville Community Center was rededicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Organizations that use the center regularly, as well as friends of the center, were in attendance as Mayor Brennan gave a special thanks to the Camden County Improvement Authority for their support through funding and management of…
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Council Honors Vets

During the Council meeting on Monday, November 11th, Mayor Brennan and Council extended their thanks to the Borough employees who have served our Country. Kevin Patti - Fire Chief of the Merchantville Fire Department, John Queen - Merchantville Police Patrolman and Municipal Humane Law Enforcement Officer, and Steven Morrone Jr.…
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Musicfest Rocks Out

Attendees at the 6th annual 2019 Merchantville Music Fest were treated to some fun during a 45 minute set with the colorful performers from Candy Volcano. This band features festive tributes to the music of the 1970's glam rock era brought to you by an extensive group of members -…
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Latest Observers Posted

The September and October issues of the Merchantville Observer have been posted online. The next issue is expected to be published and distributed in December. The Observer covers topics like monthly meetings, local events and human interest stories. Featured in October is the Music Fest on the 26th, an interview…
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Antiques Sale on Cedar

Shop for some vintage treasures like an Antique Huit Airs cylinder music box, George A. Prince & Co NY Piano, furs and shawls, tins, linens, artwork, lamps and furniture. . . . plus much more on Friday, October 18th and Saturday, October 19th from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. The…
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Yard Sale, 10/12

Multi-person yard sale on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at 308 Somerset Ave, Merchantville, NJ. Sale will feature the following items and so much more: antique caned rocking chairs, antique books, medicine cabinet, glassware, bottles; Remington "His First Lesson" cowboy print; vintage Libbey tulip stemware;…
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Beer Lovers Crowd FallFest

The Blue Monkey Tavern & Niagara Fire Company FallFest returned to Merchantville last evening to classic autumn weather. A crowd of more than 500 beer-lovers sampled 90 beers on tap, including from regional favorites Cape May Brewing, Dogfish Head Brewing and Kane Brewing. Your friend. Wine drinkers were also kept…
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