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Runnemede Annual Christmas Parade Sunday Night

Parade is rain or shine.

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Get In The Holiday Spirit On South Street  

The South Street Headhouse district will host Holiday Markets, a Tree Lighting, Menorah Lighting, Kwanza Display, and more!

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Holiday Happenings in Bellmawr

Featured events include the annual Christmas Parade, Breakfast with Santa, and Christmas in the Park.

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Lights on Hiawatha – A Young Man’s Christmas Wonderland

Lights on Hiawatha is open November 26 through Christmas. Address is 36 Hiawatha Road in Hi-Nella.

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WinterFest Ice Skating Returns to Cooper River Nov. 25-Feb. 26

The 60-foot by 120-foot ice rink will return to Cooper River Park across from the Crown Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, at the corner of North Park Drive and Cuthbert Boulevard.

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Experience Winter Wonderland at the Yard

Visit the Yard in Bally’s as it debuts its first-ever indoor/outdoor holiday Winter Wonderland featuring holiday décor, holiday cocktails including hot alcoholic drinks, firepits, cornhole, and more.

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United Way of Delaware Grants $10,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties

The grant will help BBBS fund its Woodstown High School Mentoring program.

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Westville’s Hugs Ceramics Celebrates Grand Opening With Ribbon Cutting

Hugs Ceramics is by appointment only. The studio is located at 126 Broadway.

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NJ Human Services Partners With GetSetUp to Offer Free Online Courses for Older Adults

Classes are offered in English, Spanish, Hindi, and Mandarin. Classes are available 24 hours a day.

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New Jersey American Water Donates iPads to Pleasantville Fire Dept.

These iPads will replace outdated tablets that no longer support the life-saving software used by the department to quickly respond to active fires and emergencies.