CamdenpopRock on Haddon Ave.

Perkins Center’s Lawn Chair Concert Series returns to Collingswood with a live outdoor concert featuring CPR: Music Invincible. Established in 2015, CamdenpopRock will present a wondrously eclectic fusion of modern, classical and international music and performance art. CamdenpopRock will perform on the corner of Haddon and Woodlawn Avenues, next to Grooveground Coffeebar (647 Haddon Ave). This free performance is part of Perkins Center for the Arts’ annual Lawn Chair Concert Series with a partnership from the Borough of Collingswood and presented by the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey with additional support from Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation and PNC Arts Alive. This concert is part of 2nd Saturday in Collingswood which invites guests to plan a night on the town to experience the unique arts, music, shopping and dining Collingswood is known for. As always, Second Saturdays are free and there are local artists and musicians on each block. Just

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Lunch & Learn: Lynne Schill & Kimberly Bunn- Nipper Dogs, RCA and Moorestown

Do you wonder why there are nipper dog statues in Moorestown? Join us as Lynne Schill and Kimberly Bunn unpack the history of the nipper dog.     This Lunch & Learn is part of a series of  FREE conversations featuring culturally focused lectures designed to connect and introduce topics of interest in South Jersey. Bring your lunch to Perkins Center, Moorestown on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 12:30pm – 1:30pm for a free cultural conversation.  learn more

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Philadelphia String Quartet – Style with Attitude

Perkins Center for the Arts Presents Philadelphia String Quartet – Style with Attitude Here’s your chance to experience the exceptional and award-winning Philadelphia String Quartet.  Known for their outstanding wedding and special events performances, PSQ will “wow the crowd” with a mix of classical and contemporary favorites played on their popular electric string instruments.  FREE CONCERT Perkins Center for the Arts 30 Irvin Avenue, Collingswood JUNE 15th 6pm   We thank the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey for their support of this series and Perkins Center for the Arts. Additional support from PNC Arts Alive and The Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation.[su_row] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [/su_row]

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The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll – A Musical Evolution (Moorestown)

Perkins Center for the Arts’ Faculty and Friends House Band  Presents The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll – A Musical Evolution Join us on Evergreen Lawn as we celebrate the history of rock ‘n’ roll music.  This concert will feature the sounds of rock music’s evolution from the earliest Blues-driven tunes of the mid 1950’s to the Grunge era of the early 1990’s.  Also highlighting songs that characterize the British Invasion, Psychedelic, 70’s Arena, Punk and New Wave periods. FREE CONCERT Perkins Center for the Arts 395 Kings Highway, Moorestown JUNE 12th 6:30pm   We thank the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey for their support of this series and Perkins Center for the Arts. Additional support from PNC Arts Alive and The Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation.[su_row] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [/su_row]

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Favorites Past & Present – A Musical Medley for Flutes, Piccolo and Piano

Perkins Center’s Faculty & Friends Present Favorites Past & Present – A Musical Medley for Flutes, Piccolo and Piano Perkins Center’s Conservatory of Music faculty musicians Beverly Pugh-Corry and Frank James Staneck, accompanied by Nicholas Mastripolito, will treat the audience to a medley of classical, contemporary and jazz selections from Vivaldi, Scott Joplin and more.  Original works by Frank James Staneck will also be featured in the program. FREE CONCERT Perkins Center for the Arts 395 Kings Highway, Moorestown JUNE 5th 6:30pm   We thank the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey for their support of this series and Perkins Center for the Arts. Additional support from PNC Arts Alive and The Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation.[su_row] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [/su_row]

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The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll – A Musical Evolution (Collingswood)

Perkins Center for the Arts’ Faculty and Friends House Band  Presents The History of Rock ‘n’ Roll – A Musical Evolution Join us as we celebrate the history of rock ‘n’ roll music as part of the annual Collingswood, NJ, Green Festival.  This concert will feature the sounds of rock music’s evolution from the earliest Blues-driven tunes of the mid 1950’s to the Grunge era of the early 1990’s.  Also highlighting songs that characterize the British Invasion, Psychedelic, 70’s Arena, Punk and New Wave periods. FREE CONCERT Perkins Center for the Arts 30 Irvin Avenue, Collingswood APRIL 8th 12:30pm             We thank the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey for their support of this series and Perkins Center for the Arts. Additional support from PNC Arts Alive and The Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation.[su_row] [su_column size=”1/4″][/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [su_column size=”1/4″] [/su_column] [/su_row]  

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Lunch & Learn: South Jersey Watersheds

Lunch & Learn: South Jersey Watersheds

South Jersey Watersheds Locally Produced Water with Tim Robinson, Natural Resource Specialist Burlington County Soil Conservation District Burlington County Soil Conservation District (BCSCD) strives to educate and assist the public in achieving a higher responsibility to protect our natural resources. In cooperation with state and federal agencies, the BCSCD helps to ensure proper soil health and water quality by using various management tools. Whether you are a farmer, developer, teacher, or an environmentally minded citizen, the BCSCD offers a variety of services, assistance and information for Burlington County residents. When building, amending, or altering property in any way, soil erosion control is an extremely important practice that can improve land investments in various ways.  Not only is soil erosion control important to maintain the health of local and global waterways, the proper control can sustain and improve crop yields, reduce drainage costs, retain nutrients when applied and reduce hazards of

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