A national holiday for fans of the graphic novel format, Free Comic Book Day has been celebrated on the first Saturday of May since 2002. (Except in 2004 when it was pushed to July to coordinate with the release of SpiderMan II)
Be sure to check out the event at the library to get your fill of superheros, villians, and fantastic tales.
Collingswood Public Library
Free comics, giveaways, refreshments, crafts, special guest artist Neil R. King and more! All ages are welcome. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library and Fat Jack’s Comicrypt.
Selected as the best Small Farmers’ Market in the country (that’s right) by American Farmland Trust:
IT’S MARKET SEASON IN COLLINGSWOOD!
The Collingswood Farmers’ Market is open from 8 am until 12 noon, every Saturday from the first Saturday in May until the Saturday before Thanksgiving. With the changing seasons, expect the freshest produce, tastiest baked goods, the most creative crafts, and the revival of the downtown feel of Collingswood after a mild, but long-lasting winter.
Things To Know Before You Go To The Market
The first couple of weeks are great for plants and some early season produce like Asparagus and lettuces. Don’t miss the Market’s stand complete with printed tote bags, decals, and other swag to help support the market.
Parking can be a little tricky, plan on getting in early to the limited parking in off of Atlantic, or try to small lot by Irving. Also available is the public parking garage in the Lumberyards. All parking is paid in these locations.
Cash please, remember to bring some as very few vendors have the ability to process credit and debit cards.
If you are bringing your dog, please visit the dog tent in the middle of the market to get your official Collingswood Farmers’ Market leash. This allows for local shelters to receive a donation, while helping to restrict the number of pets mingling with shoppers. Cost is $10 for the season, $2 for the day. Service dogs are free.
There is a movement to cut down on the amount of plastic bags used on market days, so you can help out by bringing your own bags or check out this year’s initiative:
For more details about the Farmers’ Market, visit their website:
Did you receive a yellow love letter from the Collingswood Police Department this week? ~We did.
We have had a resident’s permit since 2012 so that we can park one car on the street due to our small, shared driveway situation. We did not receive a notification from the township and others on our street were confused since they also had resident permits.
All previous parking permits are void- and new permits must be acquired every year. These changes are effective March 31, 2016.
All Current Available Information About The Overnight Parking Rules Here
Official Parking Restrictions
Borough ordinance 293-21 prohibits any vehicle from being parked on any public street from 2 a.m. until 6 a.m. without the proper parking permit. An overnight parking permit application can be obtained from police headquarters. Those individuals, that require to leave their vehicles in the street during the above described times may report that the vehicle will be left on the roadway at
What do you think? Did you receive notification about this change? Did you also receive a warning and how are you adapting until you can get your replacement permit?
Learn, grow, and create at Camden Children’s Garden this Saturday and Sunday during the annual Earth Day & Arbor Day Celebration from 1-4 pm.
Featuring planting activities, themed crafts, and a visit to the Phildelphia Eagles Four Seasons Butterfly House.
About Camden Children’s Garden
The Camden Children’s Garden is designed for children and families. It is a special place to explore and discover the natural world. The four-acre garden provides horticultural experiences for creative and imaginative play.
The Garden is located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia and adjacent to the Adventure Aquarium, Susquehanna Bank Center, Battleship New Jersey and Riversharks Stadium. The Children’s Garden is easily accessible by the RiverLink Ferry from Penn’s Landing, the PATCO High Speedline, or the River Line Train.