Pemberton Rediscovered is hosting a reunion at the Little Red School House in Browns Mills. The reunion is open to the public and will be held on June 25 from 10 a.m until 3 p.m. at the school at the corner of Trenton and Pemberton-Browns Mills Road. There will be tours of the school house, historic displays and musical performances from bands including Full Moon Risin’, Random Notes, and the MD Concept.
Pemberton Rediscovered is a grass roots organization promoting positive aspects of Pemberton/Browns Mills.
Pemberton Township Historic Trust’s first Toy, Train & Collectible show was a success. Held at the Air Victory Museum in Lumberton, rain didn’t keep the crowd away. There were vendors with toys, trains as well as operating model train layouts ranging from big to small.
Mike Tambascia of the Trust says the event had two missions. One was to promote historic preservation and raise some funds so the trust could keep moving forward. The second mission was to raise awareness of the Air Victory Museum. It contains military aircraft, memorabilia and is a treasure trove of information. You can check them out here
The next train show will be in November at Pemberton High School. The Historic Trust will be at the annual Blueberry Festival at Historic Whitesbog Village June 25 and 26.
If you are into classic cars and having a good time, the Andrew Phillip Corbin VFW Post 10065 has a day set aside just for you.
The Post and Auxillary will host its annual car show at 1 Anderson Road in Pemberton, by the Athletic fields on Saturday, May 21 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. There will be People’s Choice Awards for First, Second and Third Place as well as awards for best exterior, best interior and best engine bay.
All vehicles are welcome and the donations is $10. If you want to show off your car, your point of contact is Curtis Ross, who can be reached at 609-254-0400.