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Bus Trip to The National Constitution Center
DATE: Thursday, July 23, 2015 TIME: 10 a.m.
COST: $65 per person
LIMIT: 27 people
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION JULY 1, 2015
10:15 a.m. Bus departs the Blackwood Campus, parking lot P1
10:45 a.m. Bus departs the William G. Rohrer Center, Cherry Hill
11:30 a.m. Lunch at Petite Passion
1 p.m. Bus departs Petite Passion to Constitution Center
4 p.m. Bus departs The National Constitution Center
Petite Passion is a part of the Culinary School at The Art Institute of Philadelphia.
The lunch menu includes a four course meal starting with a choice of an appetizer, soup, and entrée and sampling of desserts
Iced Tea, Coffee, and Tea are included. Visit their website for current menu and more details about the restaurant.
Join the CCLR as we travel back to the time of Camelot! The exhibit showcases more than 70 intimate photographs and iconic images of President John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jacqueline, and their children, Caroline and John Jr. — photos that helped create the legend of the Kennedy presidency known as “Camelot.” Lowe was Kennedy’s personal photographer from 1958 through his early years in the White House. His extraordinary access to Kennedy’s private and public life allowed him to capture events that others could not. His photographs document Kennedy’s rise to power, from his 1958 re-election campaign to the White House, along with intimate scenes of the Kennedys at home. The exhibit also explores how Lowe’s images were used in the media. A large touch-screen monitor allows visitors to view more than two dozen of Lowe’s original contact sheets, including the editing marks that indicate the images he selected for publication in various newspapers and magazines. The exhibit also includes an original film about Jacques Lowe and the Kennedy family.
Historic Haddonfield: Outside/Inside
DATE: Thursday, June 25, 2015
TIME: 10 a.m.
COST: $20 per person
LIMIT: 25 people
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION JUNE 11, 2015
Enjoy a walking tour of Historic Haddonfield with a new twist. The unusual stroll along Kings Highway will offer a unique look at historic architecture and the unique history of Haddonfield dating from the 1700s to the 20th century. A special treat on the tour will be an “inside” look at the Indian King Tavern. Susan Hess, coordinator of guide activities inside the tavern will take you back in time to see how this tavern and inn were such an important part of Haddonfield’s history. This was the first house museum in the State of New Jersey. Joe Haro, long time architecture guide in Haddonfield and Philadelphia will engage us in the first part of the tour and then Linda will bring the tavern alive with a tour of the inside of the tavern. The tour will start at 10 a.m. in front of the Haddonfield Historical Society, 343 Kings Highway East. There is ample parking along the street. The tour will last approximately an hour and a half. The CCLR is proud to partner with the Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission at Camden County College