Need your graduation party, communion, or backyard barbecue catered? Mio Amore Merchantville, at 177 S. Centre Street, offers a full menu of delicious entrées and summer salads at their restaurant that are also available for purchase in half or full pans to meet your catering needs. They also take custom requests for themed parties. Call 609-760-1873 for inquiries and pricing. Stop in and show some community amore!
Getting ready for a trip to the shore? Let the friendly, capable staff at McFarlan's Market put your meal worries to rest with their "Store to Shore" meat or deli packages. The deli package is $39.99 and includes: 2 pounds of coleslaw, macaroni or potato salad, a pound of your choice of cheese, a pound of store cooked ham, a pound of store cooked turkey or roast beef and 1 pound each of D&W bacon and hot dogs. their meat package includes: 2 pounds of beef patties, 2 pounds of store made sausage, 2 - 6 ounce rib-eye or NY strip steaks, 1 pack of baby back ribs, 4 boneless chicken breasts and 4 chicken or beef kabobs! Call 856-662-1400 to place your order today - 24 hours in advance of pickup. McFarlan’s offers incomparable meats, prepared dishes and desserts with a warm, welcoming smile.
If you look closely you'll see residents joining in the IE effort to add curb appeal and improve the life and look of their neighborhood with a curbside garden. Our "Herb Your Curb" project encourages Merchantvillians to reclaim this forgotten hellstrip and create some native habitats that will cool ground temperatures, absorb and filter rainwater, support pollinators, and bring a smile to the passersby. Get creative and join our community sustainability and land stewardship efforts.
On Saturday, May 11th, at the corner of browning Road and West Chestnut Avenue along the bike path, volunteers from IE Merchantville and the Garden Club gathered to get their hands dirty helping to plant Merchantville's first Sunflower Garden. Lots of fun and learning took place as all participants enjoyed an opportunity to invest in community spirit.
Jack’s Beanstalk and pollinator garden is growing! Provider green beans, frijol-rojo-de-seda red silk beans and golden-rocky-beans were planted along the brick border wall at the Wellwood Park tennis courts on May 4th as a small project for our Incredible Edible Merchantville program and are coming along nicely. Enjoyed a successful morning on May 19th weeding, planting protective companions - marigolds - and watering. Looks like very few seeds have been eaten by the local inhabitants and we should have a pickable crop soon!
Residents and neighbors are invited to join Merchantville American Legion Post #68 for the Borough's annual Memorial Day program to remember and honor those men and women who lost their lives in service of their country in the Armed Forces. The Memorial Day ceremony will take place in front of the gazebo in Wellwood Park (Maple and Linden Avenues) on Monday, May 27th at 10:00 a.m. Borough Hall will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day. Come out and join us a we remember our fallen and observe at the true meaning of this holiday. Light refreshments will be served following our service. The Merchantville Community Center will host this event should we have inclement weather.
Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. joined local Pennsauken officials, Betsy McBride and Jack Killion, and representatives from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank to announce the beginning of a rehabilitation project on Westfield Avenue from Tinsman Avenue to Rt. 130 in Pennsauken.. The $2.1 million project is the first in New Jersey to receive funding from the newly formed Transportation Bank. Loans aid local governments by offering significantly reduced interest rates and minimizing the principle that is used to calculate that interest.