2014 -Community Yard Sale & Bark in the Park
May 10, 2014
Mantua Township will be having its Annual Community Yard Sale and Bark in the Park event.
Each space is $20.00. The Yard sale space will consist of your vehicle, and may sell your items from behind your vehicle. Additional parking will be available in the park parking lot. Set up time will begin promptly at 7:00 a.m. and will end promptly at 8:45 a.m. All businesses that are interested in attending must be animal oriented. The Mantua Township Community Yard Sale will begin at 9:00 a.m. To register please print out the Community yard sale Application.
Bark in the Park Dog parade registration will begin at 10:00 at the park pavilion. We will once again be having the County K-9 units to showcase their amazing agility.
IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, PLEASE NOTE THE INCLEMENT DATE WILL BE MAY 17, 2014.
Sponsored by: the Mantua Township Recreation Committee &
The Mantua Township Committee
Effective October 1, 2013, the Municipal Court of the Borough of Pitman will be merging with the Municipal Court of Mantua Township to become The Mantua Joint Municipal Court
Court Administrator: Marie Kennedy
Judge: Honorable Nicholas T. Lacovara
Prosecutor: Kelly A. Conroy, Esquire
Public Defender: Seth Hasbrouck, Esquire
Mantua Joint Municipal Court
405 Main Street, Mantua New Jersey
The office hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. You can reach the Court at 856-468-3078. (Fax #856-468-3823)
Drexel University, Mantua Township, and the Inversand Company partnered together to once again open the Inversand site up to the community for a rare Fossil Dig Day Event. Mantua Township’s Economic Development Team and Drexel University’s Paleontologist Team gathered 100 volunteers to assist from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. to set up, decorate, work and monitor the event stations throughout the day so our guests could have an amazing experience.
We offered 10am/noon/2pm/4pm event time slots for our guests to participate in. We limited crowd size so our guests could enjoy more time on site to learn about the science and educational aspect of their fossil adventure. Within 15 days after the invitation went out all of the events were full and a waiting list was created. It is a testament to our first community dig day event that was held October 13, 2012 and various dig day site tours since that have everyone spreading the word and coming back in search of more science and educational discoveries at this project site. Tons of amazing fossils were discovered that our guests were able to take home!