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November 17, 2019
22000 Burlington-Columbus Rd
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September 8, 2019, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Burlington County Community Agricultural Center
Join us for a barre workout with Vanessa Allen of Barre3 Cherry Hill. Barre3 is a full body workout that delivers results from the inside out. You'll be guided through sustained holds, muscle-burning micro-movements, and heart-pumping cardio bursts. The barre3 signature approach will leave you feeling balanced in body and empowered from within. After the workout, celebrate your strength with a tasty and nourishing brunch in the Farmhouse. Register Online.
September 8, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM @ Rancocas Nature Center
Migration is a seasonal strategy used by more than birds--some dragonflies migrate, too. Some even travel farther than migrating monarchs. Late summer and early fall is the time to see this migration. This program will focus on dragonflies and their lifecycle, introduce you to some of NJ’s migratory species, provide information on how to get involved in citizen science dragonfly surveys, and will include a visit to Rancocas’ Dragonfly Pond and meadow to observe and identify dragonflies. For ages 12 and up. Register online. Program is free, but donations are encouraged.
September 8, 2019, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Resource Recovery Complex (Landfill)
Burlington County residents can shred confidential documents from 9am to 1pm ton Sunday, September 8th, 2019 at the Burlington County Resource Recovery Complex. The event may end prior to the stated time above if trucks reach capacity.
Location: 22000 Burlington-Columbus Road, Florence, NJ 08518
No need to leave your car! Staff will help unload your car. Bring only confidential documents, such as bank and credit card statements, tax returns, and papers with account numbers. Up to four bags or boxes of un-shredded confidential documents weighing no more than 10 pounds each per car will be accepted.
Do not bring junk mail, magazines, circulars, catalogs, binders, plastic folders, computer disks or credit cards.
Pre-shredded paper can also be recycled at this event.
This free event is sponsored by the Burlington County Freeholders for county residents only. ID is required. No businesses.
August 8, 2019, 10:00 AM - October 27, 2019, 4:00 PM @ Smithville Mansion Annex Gallery
During this annual art show held in the Smithville Mansion Annex Gallery, visitors will see a collective of spectacular artists sharing a wide array of original art. Artists submit up to three works of art in the form of collages, paintings, drawings, mixed media, and/or sculptures.
September 5, 2019 - November 3, 2019 @ Warden's House Gallery
This fall, we welcome the fantastic art of James Boyle. James is a professional illustrator and creator of the wildly anticipated and popular Philly Tarot Deck featured throughout Philadelphia as well as a guest on Good Day Philadelphia. This exhibit highlights his exceptional skill and vision for the Philly Tarot cards as well as other original artworks. Cards feature the Phillie Phanatic, Rocky, City Hall and more! James is currently drawing a 5 issue comic books series for the publisher A Wave Blue World. Don’t miss the meet the artist reception that will be held on October 5th from 6pm-8pm and will coincide with the Annual Witches Ball in downtown Mount Holly. https://www.phillytarotdeck.com/
September 5, 2019 - October 13, 2019 @ Worker's House and Gallery
SEPTEMBER 5 – OCTOBER 13 – WHEATON VILLAGE ARTS EXHIBIT Wheaton Arts is a Museum and Cultural Arts Center in Millville NJ that was founded in 1968. It includes 18 buildings on 45 acres and is the home to a Pottery studio run by the Potters Terry Plasket, Phyllis Seidner, Amy Pesseller, Tessa Carlton, and Samantha Bartlett. They operate as a collective sharing a studio including the 3 kilns: a Reduction kiln for glaze firing, a Salt Glaze kiln and a two chamber Noborigama type wood fired kiln. The pieces they have selected for this show are examples of the types of work they make, mostly functional, that show the individuality of each artist but also demonstrate the thread of commonality that reflects the supportive and communal environment they work in.