By AUBRIE GEORGE | The Cherry Hill Sun
The weather is getting warm and school will be out before you know it. Sooner than later you may find yourself in search of an event or activity that keeps the entertainment coming during the hot summer months.
Here are some things going on around town to keep things exciting during the long, lazy days of summer:
Memorial Day Tribute
Honor the men and women who have committed to serving our country during a Memorial Day Tribute scheduled to take place on Monday, May 25 at 11 a.m. outside of the municipal complex.
Members of the American Legion Post 372 and Jewish War Veterans of the USA, Furer-Barag-Wolf Post 126 will join Mayor Bernie Platt and Township Council for a special tribute ceremony to U.S. soldiers.
State Sen. Jim Beach of the 6th Legislative District is expected to appear as a keynote speaker for this event and The Cherry Hill Pine Barons Chorus will provide musical entertainment.
Those who attend are invited to stick around after the ceremony for a free picnic lunch.
If you or someone you know has served in a branch of the military, contact the recreation department so that you may be honored during the ceremony.
For more information, call 488–7868 or Events@CHTownship.com.
The works of Shakespeare
Whether you’re a fan of Shakespeare or not, members of the Cherry Hill Arts Board think that everyone will enjoy a performance of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare … Abridged.”
The Cherry Hill Arts Board and Collaborative Act Studio are working together to bring this rendition of London’s longest-running comedy to Cherry Hill for two days in June.
Three actors perform all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays in less than two hours, making for a performance that board members describe as an irreverent, fast-paced romp.
The play is coming to the Croft Farm Arts Center, located at 100 Bortons Mill Road, on June 20 at 8 p.m. and on June 21 at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $15 a person, $12 for seniors and $10 for groups of 10 or more and Gold Card holders.
For more information, call 661–4810 or send an e-mail to Arts@CHTownship.com.
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