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

Top Things to Do in Moorestown and Haddonfield This Spring

Spring has officially sprung! Here’s our list of the top things to do in Moorestown and Haddonfield this spring for the entire family.

Top Things to Do in Moorestown This Spring

Play Outside

Frank Fullerton Memorial Park is the best playground in Moorestown. And Strawbridge Lake Park might be the best place to go on a walk or have a picnic near the water. It also backs up to Memorial Fields which is a great spot for kids to run around.

Sign Up For Camp

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ESF has a host of camp options to choose from. Some of the speciality majors are pretty neat too! ESF does a nice job of switching it up, as they offer programs like art, space, CSI forensics, animal advocacy, fashion design, performing arts, an inventors club, and they even have chef academy. Get all the details here.

Dine Alfresco

The Cubby Hole and a host of other Main Street jaunts have great outside seating where you can eat delicious foods while you soak up the spring sun or people watch.

Grab A Slice

Did you know there are 5 places on Main Street where you can order pizza? Carollo’s, Healthy Garden, Maurizios, Passariello’s, and La Vita’s Pizzeria all offer whole pies and La Vita’s and Passariello’s offer pizza by the slice. While you are at it, go ahead and tell us which one you think is the best!

Sign up for an Art Class

Ever wondered what it would be like to finally learn the art of pottery? Comic character design? Now is your chance! With registration at Perkins Center for the Arts beginning April 10, both kids and adults will enjoy the array of classes offered at Perkins Center for the Arts, located right off of Main Street.

Eat Some Pie

Pie Lady on Main Street in Moorestown is becoming a household name for pies and other baked goods. While the pies are outstanding, it would be remiss not to order a scone or a slice of quiche while you’re there. An added bonus? People rave about the La Colombe coffee.

Celebrate Daffodil Day

See what all the fuss is about. Saturday, April 22, on Main Street in Moorestown will host a slew of daffodil themed events, including a pet costume contest and horse drawn carriage and surrey rides.

Top Things to Do in Haddonfield This Spring

Play Outside

Head over to Hopkins Pond for a walk on its natural history tree tail. Hopkins Pond boasts 30+ acres of park, a bird sanctuary, and pond loop. Alternatively, you could visit Crows Woods Nature Preserve. Its trails back up to the Cooper River and its fields are ideal for playing catch or kicking a ball around. Pro Tip: Don’t miss the blooming of the Mountain Laurel flowers

Try Something Sweet

Philadelphia hit ice cream Sweet Charlie’s is coming to Haddonfield! Opening in May, this thai ice cream shop has a unique method of making ice cream on an extremely cold (below 20 degree) surface. With lines out the door at the Philadelphia location, this new downtown addition is sure to be a hit.

Eat Local

Haddonfield’s weekly Farmers Market kicks off Saturday, May 20 in Kings Court in downtown Haddonfield. Open rain or shine every Saturday from 8:30 am to 1pm, this local event features live music, seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh cut flowers and premium meats.

Girls Night Out

Girls Night Out is an event marketed as a “ fun-filled, ladies’ exclusive night of shopping, dining and relaxing.” So mark your calendar because on April 27th from 5pm to 9pm, there’s going to be refreshments, music and entertainment.

Caffeinate

Jersey Java and Tea is the perfect place to try an affogato. What is an affogato you might ask? It is house-made vanilla ice cream “bathed” in a shot of espresso – debuting this spring at Jersey Java and Tea. Now selling local New Jersey wine, Auburn Road Wine, Jersey Java is your go-to for all things coffee and wine.

Get Your Yoga On

At Yoga Center of Haddonfield, students of all of levels and ages can enjoy classes in practices such as meditation, prenatal yoga, restorative yoga, and many other types of classes as well. Drop-ins are welcome, but you can also save by buying classes in bulk. Interested in learning more about yoga teaching? The Yoga Center of Haddonfield also offers 200 and 500 hour teacher training.

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