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Latest Observers Posted

The September and October issues of the Merchantville Observer have been posted online. The next issue is expected to be published and distributed in December. The Observer covers topics like monthly meetings, local events and human interest stories. Featured in October is the Music Fest on the 26th, an interview…
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Antiques Sale on Cedar

Shop for some vintage treasures like an Antique Huit Airs cylinder music box, George A. Prince & Co NY Piano, furs and shawls, tins, linens, artwork, lamps and furniture. . . . plus much more on Friday, October 18th and Saturday, October 19th from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. The…
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Yard Sale, 10/12

Multi-person yard sale on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at 308 Somerset Ave, Merchantville, NJ. Sale will feature the following items and so much more: antique caned rocking chairs, antique books, medicine cabinet, glassware, bottles; Remington "His First Lesson" cowboy print; vintage Libbey tulip stemware;…
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Beer Lovers Crowd FallFest

The Blue Monkey Tavern & Niagara Fire Company FallFest returned to Merchantville last evening to classic autumn weather. A crowd of more than 500 beer-lovers sampled 90 beers on tap, including from regional favorites Cape May Brewing, Dogfish Head Brewing and Kane Brewing. Your friend. Wine drinkers were also kept…
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Have "You've Been Booed!"

COMING SOON to a Monsterville front door near you are "We've Been BOOed!" signs that make their magical way from house to house. First one neighbor, then another - then, before you know it, it's your house! Welcome to the wonderful world of Halloween BOO-ing. This secret tradition of friendly…
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Pedestrian Crossing Signal Sought

Join the cause! More than 15 residents and neighbors have filled out the form below to request the installation of walk/don't walk signals at Browning Road (CR-612) and Maple Avenue (CR-537). It is a very busy intersection and incredibly difficult to see the light when crossing. In addition, these four…
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Gazing at Morning Glories

Thanks to Dorothy Foley and Cynthia Hertneck the sunflower garden has transformed into a spectacular morning glory garden! You can check it out the corner of Browning and Chestnut. Volunteers from IE Merchantville and the Garden Club gathered to get their hands dirty helping to plant Merchantville's first Sunflower Garden…
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Pumpkin Painting Contest

Kick off Merchantville's October 2019 Monsterville at a First Friday Pumpkin Painting Contest. Stop by the Monsterville pumpkin patch and pick a pumpkin out then, grab some paint and let your creative juices flow. The contest will take place on Saturday, October 4th from run from 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12.Judging…
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Charlie's Craving Ideas

Charles Koory, chef/owner of Charlie's Crepes on the Merchantville Circle is looking for suggestions on how to use their beautiful yard and pergola patio to pump up their customer base and fill their parking lot! A recent facebook post by Charlie posed the question - "Should Charlie’s Crepes become Charlie’s…
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Boo . . . Are You Ready?

Halloween has always been a special holiday in Merchantville. Our beautiful tree lined streets, carpeted with autumn leaves, and victorian homes, in close proximity to one another, allow our walkable community to capitalize on the Halloween theme and welcome gobs of trick or treaters from our borough and surrounding towns. …
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Old Pill Collection Box

The Merchantville Police Department would like to remind residents that we now have a permanent pill collection container located in Borough Hall, 1 West Maple Avenue. In the past, we collected old or unused drugs twice per year. Now, expired or unused medications can now be turned in during normal…
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