Tennis Anyone?

Come out and support our tennis players! We're hosting a Halloween Tennis Tournament at the Merchantville Community Center courts - off Prospect Street - on Saturday, October 15th, starting at 9:00 a.m. We have are 25 children, teens and adults participating in this tournament who have been playing tennis through the pandemic and are still going strong. We put on two tournaments a year one in July and one in October. Bring your chairs, relax and enjoy the playing. Love, point, set and match!
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Haunted House Sponsors

The Merchantville 8th Grade Haunted House is in the works, and they are looking for local businesses to either renew their sign from last year or support us as a first time advertiser with a new sign. The signs will be displayed by the entry area leading up to the…
Published in Elementary, Life

October 2022 Markets

Who else is getting excited for fall? With a slight chill in the air today it got us in the mood to start sharing some of what we have in store for you next month! To start, we just wanted to remind everyone we’ll be offering a weekly market, running every Friday in October from 5:00-9:00 p.m. We’ll have alternating craft and artisan vendors in addition to a couple local farms and some of our downtown shops. Keep and eye out for entertainment, craft and activity announcements plus more event highlights as we get closer to Monsterville! This week, on October 7th, enjoy a paint and take pumpkin craft, while supplies last!

Published in Market Off Center, Life

Decorate Your Haunt!

The Haunts of Monsterville decorating contest returns! Merchantville's transformation to Monsterville has begun! Think you have the most haunting home in Merchantville worthy of the golden broomstick? Put your creativity to the test and register for the Haunts of Merchantville Home Decorating Contest! Please register no later than Oct. 17.…
Published in Boro, Life

You've Been Boo-ed '22

COMING THIS WEEK to 20 Monsterville doors near you is a "You've Been BOO-ed!" bag filled with SPOOK-tacular treats! These Boo bags will be the kick-off to this community activity that spreads magically from house to house across our little hamlet. First one neighbor, then another and, before you know it, it's your house! Welcome to the wonderful world of Halloween BOO-ing. This secret tradition of friendly community fun surprises neighbors, friends or family with a treat bag that you make and leave at their door. Halloween BOO-ing begins when one neighbor secretly leaves a small treat bag, a BOO-ed poem, instructions and sign at a neighbor's doorstep. The lucky BOO-ee is asked to post the sign at their door, alerting others that "We've Been BOO-ed!" In turn, that friend or neighbor is asked to BOO two other households, creating a chain reaction of Halloween fun. Day by day, the BOO-ed signs mystically multiply and... before you know it the entire neighborhood is sporting "We've Been BOOed" signs, and guessing who gifted them! Anyone who needs copies of the BOO-ed poem, door sign or instructions can pick them up weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at Monsterville Borough Hall. If you don't choose to participate, no worries, just pass your bag along to a neighbor!

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Craft Making Club

The Merchantville Makers met last Thursday and made Fall Gnome Wreaths from Dollar Tree Halloween decorations. This group did an amazing job! Thank you to everyone who came out to make with us and I can’t wait to see what we create in our October class. Join us in person…
Published in Library, Clubs

Music Fest This Weekend

Saturday forecast: Sunny and 72 with a chance of ROCK! Awesome bands - Classic Cars - Incredible brews - Food, food, food - Merchantville's 2022 Music Fest is HERE on Saturday, September 24th! Check out the bands we have lined up for this 9th Annual event. Music will start at 3:00 p.m. and go until 9:00 p.m. We have 5 amazing and talented bands lined up that you will be sure to love, as well as food trucks and a preview of the Merchantville Car Show! Come on out for a day of fun and music. Have a cold beer at Eclipse - grab a drink or some food at The Blue Monkey, get food from any of our amazing restaurants and head to the triangle! Dance to some awesome Michael Jackson tunes, and stick around for Arsenal to close out the evening! It's going to be a day of nothing but fun! Camille K - musician, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter - will be opening up the Merchantville Music Festival in Merchantville at 3:00PM and playing for 50 minutes.
Published in Boro, Arts

POW/MIA Remembrance Service

At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 17th, at the POW/MIA Remembrance Service took place at Grace Episcopal Church. Members of F.W. Grigg Post 68 and Scout Troop 119 remembered the thousands of service men and women who never returned home or are still missing and scout Meredith had the honor…
Published in Boro, Milestones

Sweet or Savory?

Recently, 6abc LocalISH paid a visit to Charlie Koory at Charlie's Crepes where this Merchantville musician is strumming up both sweet and savory crepes. He and his wife, Lisa, fell in love with crepes on a trip to France and soon after learning the recipe, they were able to replicate their own version back here in the states. Stop by to enjoy a savory homemade chorizo taste tester moment including a dried Japanese chili. Let’s just say, this taste tester sample passes the test!  Or, if you favor sweet, try his black forest version of "Cherries Suzette”. It's the same as his classic version, but with chocolate custard cream instead of vanilla. Charlies Crepes is open Wednesday to Friday - serving brunch Friday and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - and conveniently located right off the Merchantville Circle.

Published in Life

Stay Connected!

Merchantville Music Fest, Monster Crafts & Fine Art Festival, shopping, dining and more! There's always something happening in Merchantville. Keep up to date, text MERCHANTVILLE to 22828 and subscribe to the Borough's e-newsletter today!
Published in News, Life

Cancer Walk Planned

Step On Cancer, a charity walk to honor and support those fighting Cancer is planned on September 17th. Walk 3 miles around the historic and picturesque town of Merchantville, NJ to raise funds for Cancer Hope Network, an amazing organization that provides 1-1 support for people battling Cancer. We will be starting and ending our walk on the Bike Path near Eclipse Brewing Co.  and after the walk there will be food and drinks available. When you sign up you will receive a "Step on Cancer" shirt, rally towel and a free drink. Please visit to register, walk or donate! Stellar Athletics and Colette Stock Photography are just two of a few companies who are making this event happen on the 17th so please don't miss out! Early Registration: $20. Day of Registration: $25.
Published in Wellness
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