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Haddonfield 0501

Haddonfield 0501

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MAY 1-7, 2013
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-37Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Municipal budget for 2013approved.
Tavern to host second beer tasting
The Haddonfield Sun
For only the second time in thelast 140 years, alcohol will beserved legally in Haddonfieldthis month.The Indian King Tavern ishosting 3 Cheers for 300!, a beertasting, on Saturday, May 18.Three seating sessions areplanned, with a 100-person limitfor each slot, beginning at noon.Tickets are being sold for $50.Haddonfield resident ChrisThomas, a manager at MonksCafé in Philadelphia, organizedlast year’s beer tasting and hasbeen coordinating with the tav-ern’s committee again for the up-coming event.“I’m into beer,” he said. “I am apromoter of the tavern as a meet-ing place, a community place, aplace to get to know your neigh-bors. That’s what the pubs andthe taverns used to be in the colo-nial times.”Thomas also helps to plan theborough’s First Night festivities.He lives across the street fromBill Brown, a member of the Indi-an King’s beer committee, andconversation began between thetwo about the idea of hosting atasting last year.“It was very successful,”Thomas said, noting that theevent raised more than $7,000 forthe tavern.Soon after, people began ask-ing when the next tasting wouldbe, and it was decided that itwould become an annual event.“He was instrumental in doingeverything,” Brown said of Thomas. “He did it strictly as avolunteer.”The tasting will be held in atent outdoors – rain or shine – and two breweries are providingthe goods, Flying Fish out of Cherry Hill, and WeyerbacherBrewing Company from Easton,Pa., Thomas said. To change fla-vors, he opted to make the switchfrom last year’s choice of YardsBrewery. Yards had been chosenfor its line of Ales of the Revolu-tion,” which includes recipesfrom the 1700s.“We thought that would be theappropriate brewery for the firstone,” he said.Unlike the brews, the food willhave a semblance of similarity.
Special to The Sun
Actor Will McIlhenny from Moorestown played the part of the Tavern Innkeeper Hugh Creightin at lastyear’s beer tasting at the Indian King Tavern. It was the first time in 139 years that Haddonfield hadserved beer legally.
The 3 Cheers for 300! beertasting will be held at theIndian King Tavern, 233 KingsHighway East, on Saturday,May 18. The first seating willbe from noon until 2:30 p.m.The second seating is sched-uled from 3 to 5:30 p.m., andthe last time slot of the day isfrom 6 to 8:30 p.m.Tickets are $50 and areavailable from the taverndirectly, at the office of JoeMurphy, 30 Tanner St., and atthe Haddonfield InformationCenter, 2 Kings Court.Call 429-6792 with anyinquiries and learn more athaddonfield300.org/event/3-cheers-for-300/.Stay up-to-date with happen-ings at the tavern by visitingwww.indiankingfriends.org.
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British Chip Shop to provide menu for event
The British Chip Shop will beproviding a menu and West-mont’s The Pour House willbring along oysters at a buck ashuck.In 2012, “the oysters were a bighit,” Thomas said.New this year, the borough’sset of five town criers will be an-nouncing the tasting aroundtown, Brown said.“They’ll be walking along thestreets before the event,” he said.The criers will also announceat the beginning of each seating.Rounding out the event, as partof the ticket, attendees will re-ceive a souvenir tricentennialbeer mug.“It should be a special day,”Brown said.Since the tavern is a state-owned building, state law over-rides the borough ordinancesagainst serving alcohol in thehistorically dry town, he said.“It does draw attention to thebuilding,” he said.Weeks later, beer tasters can beseen walking around the tavern,returning to learn more aboutthe building’s history with newperspective.“They’re small events,”Thomas said of the sessions. “Wetry to keep it intimate and com-fortable for everyone.”
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Haddonfielddefeats WestDeptfordin Tennis
On April 24, Haddonfield de-feated West Deptford during anaway match, 5-0. The team’s sea-son record is 15-3.In first singles Max Ober-holtzer, Haddonfield, defeatedEthan Nicholas 6-0, 6-0.In second singles Tommy Dod-son, Haddonfield, defeated MikeMcKendry 6-0, 6-1.In third singles Charlie Carr,Haddonfield, defeated Jimmy Al-bert 6-2, 6-1.In first doubles Isaac Andersonand Sam Oberholtzer, Haddon-field, defeated Zach Peterson andR.J. Eckley 6-0, 6-0.In second double Grayson Kohsand Stephen Quickel, Haddon-field, defeated Mike Colville andBen Weidner 6-1, 6-0.On April 23. Haddonfield boystennis defeated Lindenwold dur-ing an away match, 5-0.In first singles Max Ober-holtzer, Haddonfield, defeatedDouglas Bardales 6-1, 6-1.In second singles Tommy Dod-son, Haddonfield, defeated AlexJimenez 6-0, 6-3.
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Varsity and J.V. gamesmoved to May 7
The boys varsity and juniorvarsity baseball games of Had-donfield Memorial High Schoolversus Woodbury High School onMay 9 have been moved to May 7at 4 p.m., at Spicer and Farwoodfields, according to athletic direc-tor Lefteris Banos.
Tatem to celebrateNational Bike Day
Tatem Elementary School inHaddonfield, will join schoolsfrom around the country to cele-brate National Bike to School Dayon May 8.Up to 520 students will be rid-ing or walking to school, alongwith parents, teachers and com-munity leaders.Bike to School Day events raiseawareness of the need to createsafer routes for bicycling andwalking and emphasize the im-portance of issues such as in-creasing physical activity amongchildren, pedestrian safety, reduc-ing traffic congestion and con-cern for the environment.The events build connectionsbetween families, schools and thebroader community.
Spring kicks off with‘first’ First Friday
Downtown Haddonfield contin-ues ITS spring festivities with the‘”first” First Friday of the yearon Friday May 3, from 5 to 9 p.m.May 3 is also the kickoff fordowntown’s annual “Mom’s theWord” promotion taking placeFriday, May 3 through Sunday,May 11.As part of “Mom’s the Word,”many of Haddonfield’s distinctshops, boutiques and restaurantswill celebrate Mother’s Day by of-fering unique in-store events andspecials.This year’s “first” First Fridayevent will offer visitors an excep-tional mix of music, on-streetartists, extraordinary dining, andin-store specials in many of Had-donfield’s unique, independentlyowned shops and boutiques.First Friday live entertainmentincludes New Generation, AlbertSarnese and the She Hates MeDuo.The fun on May 3 continueswith the launch of Haddonfield’s“Flat Haddy” contest. To enter,participants can go online towww.shophaddonfieldnj.com toprint their own “Flat Haddy,” cuther out, creatively decorate herand then photograph Flat Haddyhaving fun in Downtown Haddon-field or any place you may roamthis summer
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