Something to Chew On 2nd/4th Wednesday - 12:30-2pm

something to chew on
Nourish your stomachs and your brains...

"Something to Chew On" is a Lunch and Learn program which was very popular pre-Covid program.  It will be held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 12:30-2pm.  The format will be (roughly) half an hour to eat lunch and chat, half an hour for the presentation, and then half an hour for Q&A and extra chatting (or leaving as needed). 

Please reply early to ensure a spot as the programs have been at capacity. Please email or call (856) 354-8789 to reply.  If you don't like to come to things by yourself, grab a friend (or let me know, and I'll find you a friend).  

Upcoming Speaker Schedule

February 22 – Bill Green – Bill from Jewelry Mechanix (in Kings Court) will come to speak on gems and jewels.  Bill was an invited speaker at the 65 Club and rumor has it it was a great presentation


March 8 – Debra Nussbaum – Deb is the former Manners Matter columnist at Philadelphia Inquirer. She was a journalist from 1976 until 2008 when she went into legal marketing.  She is now semi-retired and teaches preschool at First Presbyterian Church Preschool in Haddonfield part time and loves it.


March 22 – Rachel Gaitan - In response to a request from a Mabel Kay regular, and because deteriorating memory is a common struggle among the senior population, Rachel from Aleph Day Center Each day at Aleph Adult Day Center will come to speak about their memory and cognitive programs, that focus around socialization, cognitive engagement, and creative expression with: Movement and Physical Activities, Individualized Programs, Educational Therapy, Interactive Socialization, Sensory Stimulation, Conversation and New Friendships, and Rediscovering what makes you happy


April 12 – Rosie Hymerling – What is Passover? What is a seder?  Come join Rosie Hymerling, hostess extraordinaire, as she shares some Passover traditions with us and shares foods integral to the Passover seder


April 26 – Charlene Creed – Vice President, Haddon Fire Company #1 and lifelong Haddonfield resident, will speak on the history of Haddon Fire Company #1



 ***There is a suggested $3 fee for non-Haddonfield residents that will cover lunch. Please continue to sign-up in advance and then bring your $3 the day of the program.  As always, there will be no charge for Haddonfield residents as the program is funded by the borough. Thank you for your understanding.