The Blue Monkey Tavern & Niagara Fire Company FallFest returns on October 5th at 5 p.m. This annual celebration on Centre Street in Merchantville will offer over 75 beers to sample, including from regional favorites Cape May Brewing, Dogfish Head Brewing and Kane Brewing. Your friend - the wine drinker will have wine options available. And food trucks will be plentiful! Tickets are $40 and available for purchase, $45 at the door - so don’t wait. A portion of the proceeds from the FallFest go towards the Niagara Fire Company in Merchantville. 2 S. Centre St., Merchantville. (856) 661-8008.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Do you know how loved you are? Join This Blissful Mom during Merchantville's First Friday night market and celebrate your baby shower on us! Music, food, & Free Gifts for Mommy-to-be attendees. There's no other way to celebrate your baby shower and our grand opening so we are throwing you a Baby Shower Bash. Try on and be photographed wearing clothes from our collection. Be featured in our Instagram account and win prizes along the way. There will be small businesses, vendors, food trucks and local night market to celebrate the night away! Register here and come join the fun @ Ryan's Retail.

There's a reason why nearly every restaurant — from fast to fine — has a burger on its menu. It's because they're universally adored. It's the same reason I ate 44 burgers at 44 restaurants in the past two months — to find the absolute juiciest, most flavorful version in each county in the Garden State. The following burgers are so good that even after eating 44 burgers in a very short time, I'm still dreaming about them. The Blue Monkey Burger from Blue Monkey Tavern in Merchantville is Camden County's best burger.

July's Feature Buisness of the month McFarlan's Market Merchantville. The remake of the original corner store, reopened in May 2010, transformed the old Philadelphia fruit market back to its original name with a new look. The service is great, the food is great, and all the employees are phenomenal! It's definitely worth stopping by for a coffee, a sandwich, or other grocery needs because McFarlan's never disappoints. This corner store is a town staple. Small-business owners love what they do, and they play an important role in supporting local communities - from contributing hometown resources to providing meeting places for residents and neighbors. When it comes to showing your support for small businesses, it’s important to do so. Everything from the local market to the clothing boutique relies on the support of loyal customers to keep its doors open, and when you spend money at a small business, you’ll gain plenty of wonderful benefits!


Merchantville Toy & Collectible Street Fair hosted by Play With This Toys & Collectibles will take place on Saturday, September 21st from 10-4. This downtown collectibles Street Fair located along  Hunt for Power Rangers, MASK, Batman, Star Wars and Funko Pop toys. Play With This has been selling toy and collectibles from the 60's to the present since 1992. Originally located at the Pennsauken Mart, Play With This relocated to the Grand Market Place in Willingboro, NJ. After 9 years in Willingboro, Play With This found a new home in the beautiful Merchantville, NJ. Play With This is your go to spot for anything and everything from Star Wars to GI Joe, Transformers to superheroes, wrestlers, and everything in between.Enjoy this SEO Toy Review video of last year's street fair by Kevin. 

Join the movement and take the pledge to show your support to THINK first of my local economy, SHOP first at my local businesses, and BUY first from local companies who give back so much, in so many ways, to my community. Our local businesses are what make Merchantville, well, Merchantville! They give our community character, create vibrancy and bring us unique experiences. The Merchantville Business and Professional Association invites you to Shop Merchantville to connect with and explore what our amazing retailers have to offer.



The Station Coffee is excited to announce that they have partnered with our friends at Soulflower Yoga to host a morning yoga session followed by breakfast on Saturday, July 6th, from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Sign up with some friends and kick your weekend off with an hour of yoga outside (weather permitting, otherwise it will be inside) and enjoy a bite to eat. The preregistration cost is $20 which includes an hour of yoga and breakfast (a bagel, egg and cheese sandwich, cup of fruit, and a coffee). Preregistration is encouraged. The price the day of the event is $25. Register online. Please make sure that you pre-register and pay prior to the event to take advantage of the $5 savings!

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