Whether you’re trying to keep the kids entertained, have run out of puzzles or are just looking for a distraction, we’ll be bringing you three ways (EVERY DAY!) to pass the time while you stay home.


Visit the (virtual) Market

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Spring is festival season in Collingswood – and you can still enjoy the vintage arts and craftsmanship from @clovermarket on Sunday – from your couch! 💜🍀 (Pssst – Mother's Day is coming up!) #whyilovecollingswood #SJStaysHome #Repost @clovermarket ・・・ Join us HERE this Sunday, May 3rd starting at 10 am as we highlight the vendors who would have been participating in @collingswoodnj for a Virtual Clover! We've been highlighting our vendors all season on our Stories (and we'll continue to do so), but we thought it might be fun to consolidate the reposts on Sunday for all of the vendors who *would* have been participating at the event. Just follow our Stories and/or follow the #virtualclover hashtag. Hope you'll join us and consider our talented vendors as you shop for Mother's Day, grad gifts or a little something for your quarantine digs. We'll do the same #virtualclover on our final two Market dates of May 17th Bryn Mawr and June 7th Kennett Square too so stay tuned for that. See you there. 🍀

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Step Back in Time with a History Lesson

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Flashing back to 1992 when the World’s Largest Glass Bottle Hand Blown was created at WheatonArts! Glass artist Steve Tobin led his team members Dale Leader, Daisuki Shintani, Don Friel, David Lewin, and Chuck Smart to craft the bottle out of a single gather of soft glass. When they finished, the glass bottle measured 7 feet 8 inches tall with a capacity of around 188 gallons! Blown during a “Glass Blast” weekend, an event designed to celebrate the tradition of South Jersey glassmaking, it broke the previous record of a 108-gallon bottle made by Millville glassblowers in 1903. WheatonArts is celebrating its 50th Anniversary throughout 2020 and adding creative memories to our slideshow every week! View it at #WheatonArts #MillvilleNJ #NJHistory #GlassHistory #FlashbackFriday #Celebrating50Years #90sMemories #GuinnessWorldRecord #WorldsLargest #GlassBottle #GlassBlowing #MuseumOfAmericanGlass #GlassArtists

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May 3, 2020
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