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It’s time to take a break from the long work week to spend time with family and friends. Luckily, South Jersey has plenty of fun activities that everyone will love this weekend!

 

“Annie”

March 11
Lenape High School presents the story of little orphan Annie. Shows on Friday and Saturday start at 7 pm, with a 1 pm show on Saturday. Tickets cost $12 for adults and $10 for students. Email mkaighn@lrhsd.org or call 609-654-5111, ext. 8553 for ticket information.

 

“The Miss Firecracker Contest”

March 11 & 12
Step into the small Mississippi community where this Southern Gothic comedy takes place, featuring a young woman who thinks winning a beauty pageant will restore her reputation. Watch as the characters realize accepting yourself is the best prize during South Camden Theatre Company’s latest production. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 2 pm. Tickets are $20; Camden City residents and college students are $5 with proper ID. For more information, call 856-409-0365 or visit the website.

 

Purim Celebration

March 12
Celebrate Purim from 9 am to noon with Temple Sinai of Cinnaminson. Services and Megillah reading begin at 9 am, followed by the Purim Carnival at 10:30 am. Enjoy trivia, games, snacks, prices and family-friendly adventures while you learn the story of Purim. For more information or to RSVP, call 856-829-0658 or visit the website.

 

Susan G. Komen Foundation Fundraiser

March 12
Help raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation during this event at New Balance Cherry Hill. Take advantage of 15 percent off all New Balance merchandise, enjoy a bagel brunch and try out the raffle. You can also sign up for the 2017 Race for the Cure. The free fundraiser runs from 10 am to noon. For more information, call 609-560-9936.

 

Girl Scouts Birthday and HerStory Grand Opening

March 12
You can help the Girl Scouts celebrate two historic events this Sunday at Camp Kettle Run in Medford. First, join the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey for the grand opening of the new “HerStory” Center at the camp with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1 pm. Then, dig into some cake to mark the Girl Scouts organization’s 105th birthday. The center will be open to the public until 4 pm and visitors can also enjoy crafts and activities. To RSVP, email Christina at ccockerill@gscsnj.org.

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