Maureen Fitzpatrick from Visit South Jersey recently stopped by Eclipse Brewing and was impressed by the size and variety. "It’s a rare day when you walk to the backyard of an attractive business and see beautiful green Centennial hops climbing a trellis. But that’s just what you’d expect after meeting a fun-loving man named Chris Mattern, owner of the “tiny” brewery on our next stop – Eclipse Brewing. He’s a man who enjoys the simple things in life, like horticulture and home brewing. On October 8th, 2016, Chris did something else he’s always wanted to do, an idea sparked by his wife Beth; he opened a craft brewery in Merchantville, New Jersey. And though small, perhaps one of the smallest in the state, the beer at Eclipse Brewing is big on taste." Read her full article.


Join the Pennsauken-Merchantville Area Chamber of Commerce at a networking luncheon on May, 8th from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. to meet new business contacts, have lunch and hear from our informative guest speaker Karl Chase from Camden County Habitat for Humanity. This even takes place at Marco's Restaurant, Pennsauken Country Club. Karl will be speaking about the role of ReStore to support local businesses and residents while raising funds for Habitat's core mission of building affordable housing.

See your best self through our unique finds, fun atmosphere and low prices. The clothes may be worn but they haven’t peaked until they’ve met you. PEAK is a secondhand clothing store that sells well-kept, well-priced, gently worn clothing and accessories. We value an organized, bright atmosphere, low prices and keeping our customers comfortable browsing our bold and colorful inventory. PEAK aims to be a welcoming, judgement-free space for members of the community to feel valued as both a human and a consumer.

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On Thursday, February 8th, students from Ms. Estefany Rodriguez' Painting 1 and 2 class at Pennsauken High School showcased their work during a special public art exhibition at The Hunter Gallery at 20A South Centre Street in Merchantville. This event was open to the public and visitors were treated to the vibrant world of artistic expression shared by these creative young minds. The Hunter Gallery is owned and operated by Dr. Sharon Hunter Nikolaus,

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Alec Bradley's Filthy Hooligan Shamrock cigars are back in the humidor at Cigar Alley in Merchantville. The Alec Bradley Black Market Filthy Hooligan and Black Market Filthy Hooligan Shamrock are both 2024 seasonal releases featuring a flavorful, bright green Candela wrapper leaf, celebrating the onset of Spring. This marks the 12th annual installment of the Filthy Hooligan limited edition cigar. This triple wrapper barber pole blend uses Candela, Nicaraguan Habano Osucro,

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Long awaited Gynsyng, LLC will opened its doors - softly - on February 22nd in the recently vacated Rite Aid building, at 14 South Centre Street, as a dispensary for cannabis items and related supplies to sell to consumers. Gynsyng is a Class 5 Cannabis Retailer in the Borough of Merchantville. Join them at our Grand Opening on March 1st from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. to celebrate the Borough of Merchantville's first dispensary! We'll also be hosting a ceremonial

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Friday, December 9th, is the deadline for Christmas candy pre-orders at Aunt Charlottes Candies. It’s that time of year again - candy canes, chocolates and great gifts! Aunt Charlotte’s, a third generation Merchantville business, has been making homemade candy in our town since 1920, and they have lots of tasty treats for us this holiday season! Check out their an assortment of homemade chocolate candies, fudge, chocolate covered

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