Last Saturday was crisp and clear. A perfect day for a walk to the Haddonfield Farmers Market with my friend, Nancy. This time of the year the produce is vibrant and abundant. Unfortunately, this always causes us to have a buying crises. How to choose just what we can carry – a lovely problem.
While at the market we ran into Maureen Eyles. Maureen is spearheading a picture book project. The book is to celebrate Elizabeth Haddon’s life. It is a collaboration between Haddonfield students and children’s book author DyAnne Di Salvo. You won’t want to miss buying a copy of this book to read and as a keepsake of Haddonfield’s 300th birthday. Maureen can be reached at MAUREEN@HADDONEVENTS.COM.
On the way out of the market we had the pleasure of speaking to Stuart Harting. Stu was explaining to us his vision to make Haddonfield the sculpture capital of South Jersey. His vision for our town was really inspiring. You should go to his web page, Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust, http://www.haddonfieldsculpture.org. for more information on how this organization is working to make our town even more uniquely beautiful.
Living in Haddonfield has given me many gifts. One of the very finest of these gifts is the pleasure of meeting people like Maureen and Stuart. People who are filled with inspiration and creativity and generously share their abilities with our community.
Take good care and enjoy the fall weather.