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30 on 30 and More!

The Merchantville Business and Professional Association is proud to support Small Business Saturday® as a designated "Neighborhood Champion", encouraging residents and visitors alike to support "mom and pop" shops with special discounts and promotions. Show your love for our merchants and all they bring to our community by spending $30 on November 30th. Many shops will have sales on Small Business Saturday® and some shops will be having specials or deals if you spend $30. Keep checking back for new Small Business Saturday deals. And, keep the business buzz going during holiday festivities on December 6th and 7th! Begin your day with a Pop-Up Yoga Class from 6-7 a.m. at Soulflower Yoga. The Station Coffee and Eilandarts center will host a Hot Chocolate Bar on Friday from 5-9 p.m. Create a Yule Log at Aradia's Treasure on Friday evening between 7-9:30 p.m. - an RSVP is a must to ensure that we have enough supplies for everyone! Browse and shop on the following Friday, December 13th, from 5-9 p.m. and Saturday, December 14th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Eilandarts 2019 Holiday Market. Merchantville boasts a variety of businesses from gift, handcraft and antique shops to markets, cafes and restaurants. Experience the difference that shopping in your own home town brings!

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Dickinson's Holiday Greenery

Dickinson's Holiday Greenery has partnered with a local New Jersey grower to provide the freshest, highest-quality holiday decor products at a great price, right here in town. They're offering farm-fresh 100% double sided real Balsam Fir wreaths - 24" diameter, 6" deep, vibrant red Poinsettias comes in foil wrapped 8-inch pots and 75' coils of freshly cut NJ white pine. They're currently taking pre-orders for pickup in the first or second week of December. Pickup details will be sent via email as soon as they are finalized. For more information contact them here. Shop small, shop local!

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McFarlan's Talks Turkey

Get your turkey orders in folks. McFarlan's Market knows their meat and fowl. They are featuring fresh turkeys from Koch’s Turkey Farm - All-naturally raised - NO hormones - NO stimulants - NO antibiotics - for your Thanksgiving Day dinner. Taste the difference! Koch’s Turkey Farm is a true family farm that values the traditional standard of our Pennsylvania Dutch Heritage. Roscoe and Emma Koch first started raising turkeys on the family farm in 1939. The Koch’s Turkey Farm was founded by their son Lowell and his wife Elizabeth in 1953. The third generation of the Koch family, Duane, Barb, Pam, and Beth, took over operations in the mid 1990's. Their All-Natural approach to raising turkey is the reason that Koch's turkeys taste as good as they do.

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Taquería Moves to Town

If you've grown tired of Mexican-American chain restaurants and crave the flavors and genuine cuisine of a taquería La Guadalupana in Merchantville is the place for you! All the food is prepared from scratch and the aromatic, fresh taste is worth the wait. Customers are fans of their delicious chicken enchiladas with salsa verde and and the chicken burrito - amazing and huge. This family owned and operated authentic Mexican restaurant recently relocated from a tiny corner in Haddon Township to the strip center on Cove Road at 134 East Park Avenue - in the old Rita Marie's storefront. Open Monday-Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Phone: 856-662-2184. Cash only. Stop in for a meal and welcome them to the borough.

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A Dose of Healthy Food

Time for lunch? Try something from The Juice Bar. They offer a huge variety of different juices and smoothies - like a seasonal “Carrot Cake” smoothie for breakfast - treat yourself, it’s healthy and customers have fallen in love with it! They also serve lunch or snacks. Enjoy a scrumptious BBQ chicken panini, vegetarian cheesesteak or new Veggie Bowl salads. Vegan options are also available. The staff is wonderful and their food and drinks are delicious and healthy. Everything is made to order so it's always a great idea call ahead to order: (856)-324-0436. The Juice Bar is open 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays.

 
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Cupcake Decorating and More!

Planning on going out shopping for Small Business Saturday? Stop by The Station Coffee at the corner of Centre and Chestnut any time on Saturday, November 30th, between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to take a break and decorate some cupcakes. For $15 you will receive three cupcakes, icing, and candy to decorate with. You may also like the following events from The Station Coffee. This Saturday, 9th November, 11:00 a.m. we'll have Thanksgiving Cookie Decorating in Merchantville. Next Saturday, the 16th of November, at 7:30 p.m. we're hosting a Swiss Fondue Pop up Dinner. And on November 23rd, join us for Thanksgiving Cookie Decorating at 11:00 a.m.

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Costume Contest Brewing!

Think you've got what it takes to win the costume contest at Eclipse Brewing? There's still time! On Wednesday, Oct 23rd, they had a scary Halloween Trivia contest led by Michelle followed by a Halloween Party on Sunday, the 27th. So show your spooky spirit and stop in at Eclipse all dressed up anytime between now and November 3rd and, if we like your costume, we will take a picture. Winners will be decided on Sunday, 11/3. One male and one female will each receive a t-shirt, a pint glass, and 3 tokens - good for 3 beers! 

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Trick or Treat Downtown

On Halloween - Thursday, October 31st - look for the red flyer in local business windows for Safe Trick-or-Treating in the downtown. Participating Monsterville businesses will display this red flyer for any little ghosts, ghouls or goblins who'd like to get some candy for their goodie bag. And, don't forget to stop by Aunt Charlotte's to get some of their red delicious apples dipped in their one of kind caramel or red candy coating. Charlie and her Chocolate Factory. This event is sponsored by the Merchantville Public Event Committee. Here are some Halloween Safety Tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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Mayor Brennan on Business

Merchantville Mayor Ted Brennan and Pennsauken Mayor Jack Killion were the guest speakers at the networking luncheon of the Pennsauken-Merchantville Area Chamber of Commerce, held on Wednesday, February 13th, at the Pennsauken Country Club. Mayor Brennan spoke about redevelopment, working to help create opportunities and events for local businesses both towns and the surrounding area. PMAC work as a "team" to help grow our businesses together and better serve our community. Meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month and newcomers are always welcome. In addition to hearing from informative guest speakers, members gain an opportunity to network and create even more opportunities to grow in our great communities.  Sign-in begins at 11:30 a.m. with the meeting starting at noon. Admission is $25 for members, $35 for non-members. Attendees are asked to R.S.V.P. to Nancy Ellis at 856-438-0833 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Cheese Fondue Pop-Up

The Station welcomes you to join us for an authentic Swiss Fondue cuisine dining experience at a pop-up dinner. Learn about the tradition, rules, and etiquette of this dish while enjoying this gastronomic feast. Fondue is a traditional Swiss dish that came to American shores in a big way back in the 1960s and ‘70s and - while it may come across to some as old-fashioned - it’s anything but! BYOB (white wine is suggested) and complete your meal with tea and Swiss cookies. Cost is $28 per person (includes tips and taxes) Reservations only please: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Sweeney Speaks at PMAC

Senate President Steve Sweeney addressed the Pennsauken-Merchantville Area Chamber of Commerce on October 9th about the state of New Jersey, where he spoke of the need for the state to promote economic prosperity, government efficiency and investment in public priorities. PMAC holds a luncheon every month. For October’s luncheon, they invited the Senate President to speak about legislation or policies that will affect the businesses of Pennsauken and Merchantville. Senator Sweeney (D-Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland said that residents need more affordable services, "deserve to see real progress, and now is the time to deliver.” PMAC chair, Matt Gaskill, owner of Gaskill-Brown Funeral Home in Merchantville commented, “Senator Sweeney understands the importance of a thriving business community and how essential that is to the economic growth of surrounding communities."

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