14thAnnual Lines on the Pines—‘Paws and Claws’
Lines on the Pines, an event celebrating the New Jersey Pine Barrens, returns to Stockton University Campus Center, located at 101 Vera King Farris Drive, in Galloway, on March 10, from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. This popular event, which includes book signings,history, arts, humanities, a craft show, and everything Pine Barrens,is free and open to the public.
Meet more than 90 “Pine Barrens celebrities”,including authors sharing stories and artists and crafters selling items such as handcrafted soaps, baskets, photographs, jewelry, hand-spun articles, paintings, candles, sculptures and hand-carved birds—all related to the Pine Barrens.
There will also be plenty of things for kids to do, including clay stamping, painting, craft making and a variety of activities that will enable them to learn more about paws and claws, this year’s theme for kids. There’s also a new program for kids, The PB&J's/The Pine Barrens and Juniors, which is a unique opportunity for children to learn about the Pine Barrens and earn a patch at the event.
Dinner following the event highlights speakers John D. Hunt, AtlantiCare corporate director of Security and Emergency Management and co-founder of Crisis Response Canines, who will present “The Role of Crisis Response K9’s,” and Mark Demitroff, owner/president at Buckhorn Garden Services and adjunct faculty at Stockton University and a Pinelands natural historian, who will present “A Barren Cold Desert.”
For more information, visit LinesOnThePines.organd Facebook, Lines on the Pines.Edit ModuleShow Tags