It's time to get ready for the annual Halloween parade. It will be held on Sunday, October 30th. This long time Haddonfield tradition welcomes everyone who wants to participate and is in costume. Pets in costumes (and on a leash) can also participate. Do remember that this is a family friendly event.
• Line up at the corner of Kings Highway and Chestnut Street at 6:00 p.m.
• The parade will step out at 6:30 p.m.
• The parade will proceed down Kings Highway to Borough Hall where kids will receive prizes.
• There is no rain date for the parade. Check the Haddonfield Celebrations Facebook page for the status of the parade.
There are other Halloween activities here in Haddonfield. There are Haunted Haddonfield tours and a haunted house at Greenfield Hall the night of the parade. Find out more at the Historical Society's home page.
And don't forget that the Christmas Tree lighting and Santa parade will held the day after Thanksgiving.
Be a Celebrations Celebrity
Thank you for your interest in the Haddonfield Celebrations Association, and we are hoping that you will join us as a Celebrations Celebrity. With a yearly donation of $50 or more, your patronage will provide the financial foundation for our $40,000 annual budget. As with other civic groups, fundraising is an ongoing struggle, we are appealing to our neighbors and friends who cherish the Haddonfield traditions we sponsor:
• Fireworks & Independence Day Parade
• Halloween Parade
• Tree Lighting / Santa Parade
Please join us as a Celebrations Celebrity! Send in your $50 or more donation today in the enclosed envelope, or donate online via PayPal at www.haddonfieldcelebrations.org
We’re All About Having Fun
The Haddonfield Celebrations Association (HCA) is a volunteer group sponsoring Haddonfields 4th of July Fireworks and Parade, Halloween Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony and Santa Parade. We love Haddonfield, we love celebrations and we love creating memories for our families.
4th of July Parade and Fireworks
Our 4th of July Parade & Fireworks are the heart of our volunteer efforts to keep Haddonfield as the cradle of "small town America".
We've had bands (including Mummers), veterans, floats, and lots of kids parading down King's Highway for the last 75 years -- all topped off by a spectacular Fireworks extravaganza.
For a town that just celebrated its 300th birthday, could anything be more patriotic -- or more important to what makes Haddonfield special?
These are the memories that will be remembered for many future Fourths.