For over 60 years, Woodbine has offered families like yours not just the pools to play in, but a home away from home for the summer. Opening Day at Woodbine Swim Club is Saturday, May 27th, and their Memorial Day Weekend Hours are Saturday: 11 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Sunday: 12:00 - 9:00 p.m. and Monday: 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. The Woodbine has been described as a "hidden oasis". Nestled off the hustle and bustle of Maple Ave., the club has been home to its members since 1958.
St. Peter School's Annual Festival is right around the corner! Come out and join us for all of the fun and festivities on Friday, June 2nd, and Saturday, June 3rd, from 5:00-10:00 p.m. at St. Peter Church and School, 43 West Maple Avenue, Merchantville. We'll have bands, a magician, rides & games, a beer garden, vendors, food trucks and a face painter. Individual and group/family ticket purchases include free entertainment and rides. Click on these links to purchase entrance tickets or
Thanks to a generous bequeathment from Merchantville residents Walter and Marie J. Carroll, Merchantville School students enjoy a wide variety of opportunities to learn more about the arts and enrich their educational experiences. During the 2021-2022 school year, 24 college-aged eligible students were awarded $97,000 and $50,685 was spent on school projects including academic field trips and art enrichment field trips, student art programs, various clubs, and musical supplies. With the first
The annual Memorial Day service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 29, 2023 at Wellwood Memorial Park, Linden & Maple Avenue. This year's guest speaker will be former NJ State Assemblyman, Jack Conners, a member of FW Grigg Post 68 American Legion. A former member of the Delaware National Guard, Jack has been a life-long advocate for veterans. In addition, BSA Troop 119 Merchantville will present the colors, Mayor Brennan will share a commemorative message and a traditional wreath laying
Continuing one of IE Merchantville's small action, edible garden projects for the 4th year in a row began today with a lot of weeding, laying of barrier paper and adding topsoil and compost in hopes of making the 2023 growing season along the tennis court wall at Wellwood Park a successful one. Joan Brennan and her grandson, Jack, worked to clear the brick perimeter planter of leaves, weeds and debris before prepping the area with a fresh layer of nitrogen enriched topsoil. Already blooming at the sunny end
Thank you to everyone who attended The Legacy Foundation's first Symposium for Business Leaders - The Art of Scaling your Business - at Merchantville Country Club this week. Legacy is a vibrant nonprofit behavioral health organization with services throughout New Jersey and this event was sponsored by 1st Colonial Community Bank. A special shoutout to our committee and panelists Kevin Dougher, of Johnson Kendall Johnson, Bill Evans, of Liberty Fox Technologies, and Peter Cordua of HBK CPAs & Consultants.