VISIT OUR CHERRY BLOSSOM WEBSITE FOR PHOTOS, VIDEOS, ACTIVITIES AND HISTORY OF THE CHERRY BLOSSOM QUEST FOR CHERRY HILL, NJ.http://www.cherryblossomsincherryhillnj.yolasite.com___________________________________________________CHERRY HILL ATTRACTION:Experience a scenic drive through a two-mile avenue of blossoming cherry trees on Chapel Avenue,...more
Cherry tree plantings on Chapel Avenue in Cherry Hill, NJ started on March 17, 1973. Cherry tree plantings have continued every year since the first planting and now exceeds over 1400 cherry trees planted. Cherry Hill Firefighters continue to plant new cherry trees every year on Chapel Avenue and are the ones responsible for the beauty of the...more
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1821 Old Cuthbert Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Solo
Sayre Ave Hc 70, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Good for: Couples
1647 E State Hwy 70
Good for: Families
Cozy pub with a restaurant side too. Lots of tv's on the pub side tuned into sports channels. (Go Eagles!) Usual pub food fare, burgers and such. Cherry Hill has so many restaurants and diners, you wouldn't want to make this place your hang-out. But if you're staying here at the Clarion Hotel it will satisfy you well enough. Beer on tap- Guinness,...more
The picture of the Supremes is actually from the Steel Pier, a lost landmark of Atlantic City... about sixty miles from Cherry Hill. This was the first time I saw Cindy Birdsong as a stand-in for Florence Ballard. They did not announce this substitution; they packed Cindy into Flo's gown and wig and tried to have her "pass." In this shot, Cindy is the one who is slightly "off" in the choreography department. The true fans were anguished.
This maddening traffic law begins at about Woodbury and plagues towns northward ever after.
You can see where you want to be, there it is right on the LEFT side of the divided highway. BUT at the next traffic light you see a No Left Turn sign. This means you have to longingly look at where you wish to be, pass it by, stay in the right lane and watch for a Left Turns Here sign. In other words, you have to turn right to go left!
In many ways, the mall was the central point of social interaction. This view, also from the 60's (could you perhaps guess because of the dress?), shows the section of the mall where the Cherry Hill High School West Class of 1969 held its junior prom. Yes, I was there.more
What were they thinking? How could they? They tore down the Hawaiian Cottage, a nightclub shaped like a pineapple, where you could go for a lei and a delicious tropical drink, and in its place they built some boring fast-food chain restaurant.You can pass its ghost on Route 38, east of Cherry Hill Mall.more
A great nightclub-- all the stars were there: Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Junior, Tom Jones, Tiny Tim... and THE SUPREMES. Here, my mother and I wait for the arrival onstage of Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Diana Ross-- November 2, 1965. It was a tragic day when they tore down this magical place and built an office.Was I a geek or what?more
Developer Robert Scarborough, as he was turning the beautiful Barclay Farmstead into hundreds of post-war baby-boom tract houses, decided to build a covered bridge across a branch of the Cooper River (so he could extend the road and build more houses).Scarborough Bridge was dedicated on Valentine's Day, 1959.more
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