TRAIN STATION OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHTS 7 TO 9 PM OR BY APPOINTMENT
Thanks to all the vendors, patrons, volunteers, and society member who helped us make this years Fall Flea Market a great success!
WANT TO GET RID OF IT?
We are in need of your old-(or-new)-decent-condition-resalable stuff the to sell on the Train Station Deck at the next Flea Market
All proceeds will go to maintaining the
Train Station and Park.
To donate please call Elaine @ (856) 783-2136
to set up a time for drop off
--- or whenever the "OPEN" flag is flying at the station - someone is there who can receive your donations.
→ If your interested in selling it yourself you can rent a spot at the flea market for only $15.
--- for more info please call Elaine @ (856) 783-2136
Thank you for your support making our train show a success!
Thank You to our Special Guest Speaker!
West Jersey History Project
Monday, October 3rd, 2016
Please visit their website links below:
West Jersey History Project: Website
West Jersey History Project: Facebook
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR LAST GUEST SPEAKER
About the author (2016) Craig E. Burgess graduated from Audubon High School in Audubon, New Jersey, as the valedictorian of the class of 1963. He entered Rutgers University as a pre-med student, then changed his major after his sophomore year, graduating with a double major in languages: Spanish and German. He received a teaching fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania and, in 1968, was hired as a Spanish instructor for the new Cherry Hill High School East, located only six miles from his home in Audubon. Craig completed his master’s degree at Penn—in education—in 1971 and spent his entire twenty-six-year teaching career at CHHSE, taking early retirement in 1994. While at East, he served as Language Department Chairperson for six years and as faculty advisor to the Spanish Honor Society, the school’s Adopt-A-Grandparent program, and the International Literary Club—a group of students who received national recognition for its language magazine, Passport. Craig’s writing “career” began in 1987—at the age of forty-two—after receiving national recognition for a poem he had composed on one of his forty-one visits to the Hawaiian Islands: a poem entitled “A Fleeting Glimpse of Paradise,” the title selected for this collection of photographs and poems, a collection published after more than thirty years of experiences in the islands
1915-2015 Magnolia: A History
We would like to thank everyone for all the interest in our new book. This book is different from Images of America book. We (the members of the MHS) are authoring & publishing this new updated compendium to celebrate our 25th anniversary and the town 100th year celebration. The book has arrived and will be available for sale at our Spring Flea Market, May 9th at the Train Station grounds. We will also have the book available on May 16th at the Magnolia Centennial Celebration in the Borough Hall. Hope to see you all at the Flea Market & the Centennial.
Best Regards, MHS Book Committee
CLICK HERE to download a copy of the book order form