Five Things for This Week: 6/3/12 to 6/9/12

The latest in the LumberYard project, a once-in-a-century solar event, and primary elections, all in one week. Plus Second Saturday and a slate of summer programs for kids.

1. Borough Commissioners Meeting

Monday, June 4 — 7-8 p.m.

Moody's Investor Service cleared the way for a vote tonight on the approval of Ingerman Group as the builder of choice to complete the LumberYard project.

2. Primary Election Vote

Tuesday, June 5 — all day
Find your polling place by address here; or, here's a list of Collingswood polling places.

For more information about the New Jersey primary elections, have a look at the Vote411 website. Here's a look at the sample ballot for Collingswood.

3. Transit of Venus Eclipse

Tuesday, June 5 — 5-11 p.m.

For the final time this century, the planet Venus will pass between the Earth and sun, visible with protective eyewear. Have a look at transitofvenus.org for details.

4. Collingswood Library Summer Programs

All week

Stumped as to how you're going to spend an entire summer entertaining the kids without resorting to Pixar DVDs and Xbox? Call the library at 856-858-0649 to register your little one for some of the fun activities available all summer.


Saturday, June 9, 5-9 p.m.
Downtown Collingswood

was last month's theme, and the celebration this weekend promises to be just as special. For more information, check out the 2nd Saturday Facebook page


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