Sunday, February 14, 2016

Spaghetti pop-up in Haddon Heights

The outdoor feed will buy Christmas lights for the town.

Spaghetti pop-up in Haddon Heights


Deck the halls with meatballs.

The Haddon Heights Neighbors Night Out Committee is billing Sunday's alfresco spaghetti and meatball dinner as the world's largest - "or at least Haddon Heights' largest."

Organizers will serve on a blocked-off Station Avenue between White Horse Pike and Atlantic Avenue from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9/23. (Rain date is 9/30.)

Food will be provided by Haddon Heights restos Anthony's, Elements, and Kunkel's.

It's $20 a head for adults, $10 for kids, and tickets - a must, since there's maximum seating of 300 and no walk-up sales - are available at Borough Hall and the library. It will be BYOB.

Proceeds will fund new lighting for Station Avenue for the holiday season.  Info:

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