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published by Rebecca Carlbon on November 9, 2016 Be a vegetarian for a day, and make that day Nov. 19. That’s when the Vegetarian Society of South Jersey (VSSJ) will hold its 30th Anniversary Celebration at Medford Leas with a day-long event, complete with speakers, an auction and a vegan
published by Melissa Hanejko on November 6, 2016 What comes to mind when someone thinks about New Jersey? Well, home, of course, for those fortunate enough to live here. But across the country, New Jersey is known for quite a few things. Beaches, the Pine Barrens, the turnpike, wine …
published by Rebecca Carlbon on November 1, 2016 Medford Leas Forum will present “Fly! Bessie! Fly!,” the story of Bessie Coleman performed by Dr. Daisy Century on Nov.12 at 11 a.m. Coleman, who in 1921, became the first African American woman to earn a pilot’s license, was not a person
published on October 14, 2016 by News Staff Learn novel ideas about how to write the book on writing books at two programs this fall at Medford Leas, featuring authors Douglas Brunt and Elizabeth LaBan. Both will host a meet and greet, as well as a discussion of their work.
published on October 6, 2016 by News Staff Wine and dine on the thought of fresh, local foods and beverages at two lectures being offered by Medford Leas this fall. Benefits of Eating Local Foods at the Vincentown Diner and Wines in the Garden State: Past, Present, and Future, will