Top Things to Do in Haddonfield This Spring – The Moriuchi Group

Top Things to Do in Haddonfield This Spring

Eat and Shop

This spring, there are a ton of opportunities to eat and shop in downtown Haddonfield. The Haddonfield Night Market is a popular event for foodies everywhere. On March 22 from 4pm to 8pm, enjoy a variety of food trucks and sweet treats all along Kings Highway. Crowd pleasers like The Tot Cart, Empanada Guy and Phyllodelphia will surely please your taste buds. For more information, visit the Night Market page.

Girl’s Night Out is the perfect excuse for you and your bestie to shop ’til you drop! From 5pm to 9pm on April 26, enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment. There are plenty of discounts to be had!

It’s hard to believe that the Haddonfield Farmer’s Market is almost here! Beginning May 19, The Farmer’s Market will run every Saturday until October 13th. Rain or shine, the market will go on from 8:30 to 1pm in King’s Court with local vendors and live music.

Passariello’s is now open for business! The popular pizza joint that already has locations in Moorestown and Voorhees has expanded to Haddonfield. Need your Friday night pizza fix? Don’t forget they deliver!

Arts & Culture

The Haddonfield Center & School for the Performing Arts is presenting La Fiocco, a musical tour of European History, on Saturday, April 14 at 7:00pm. Enjoy complimentary refreshments and meet the artists at Grace Church in Haddonfield.

The Markeim Arts Center is now offering sign ups for the their 10 week summer art camp. There are options to go for a full day or half day. In the morning is a ceramic camp (for ages 6 and older) as well as an afternoon pottery camp (ages 8 and older). Each week at camp, there are different themes; like sticks and stones (nature-focused), from sea to shining sea and fantasy and fairy tales, this camp has something for everyone.

Every season Haddonfield Adult School offers intriguing classes. For those interested in fine arts and crafts, enjoy a class on oil and acrylic painting, watercolor or even wire working and beading. Not interested in using your hands? Try Horror Films of the 1920’s and 30’s – but it’s not for the faint of heart!

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