Update 5 p.m., Sept. 28: Cinnaminson Day is still on as planned from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, in the park. Weather forecasts show rain that day but not until later in the afternoon.
Get there early and be sure to visit Cinnaminson Patch's table.
More than 80 vendors—all with ties to the township—will be on hand Sunday for the annual Cinnaminson Day event at Wood Park.
That’s if the rain holds out. Mayor Don Brauckmann will be making the call today whether the weather will affect the festivities.
Township businesses, school organizations, civic groups and many more will be set up in the parking lot of the park and the basketball courts will be reserved for special performances scheduled throughout the day.
“It’s a really good showing of our businesses, our industrial area and also our community,” said Mayor Don Brauckmann.
From noon to 4 p.m., about 3,000 residents—and those from surrounding towns—will enjoy freebies given out by businesses with tables, see fitness and dance performances and enjoy food and drinks. There will also be a special section for kids’ activities like face painting, an inflatable slide and sand art.
The Cinnaminson Fire Department, Police Department and EMS will also be on hand.
The fire department will have several of their vehicles there and also an obstacle course set up for kids. They will be selling t-shirts and all proceeds benefit breast cancer awareness.
The police department will have the DARE car on display as well as some of the new cars in their fleet. Chuck, the department’s canine, will be doing a demonstration.
The public is also encouraged to bring unused or expired prescription drugs to the police department’s designated area Sunday for property disposal.
Cinnaminson Public Works will have pumpkins for painting and Edge Dance Center and Jump Studio will be putting on presentations.
Speed Raceway, the company behind the new go-kart facility slated to open this year where Vanity Fair was, will show off one of the new go karts.
Don't forget to stop by Cinnaminson Patch's table at the event, say hello and pick up some Patch swag.
“It should be a great day,” Brauckmann said. “It really does show people what our town has to offer.”
Anyone who would like to perform at Cinnaminson Day can email Brauckmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case of rain, Cinnaminson Day will be postponed to Oct. 21.
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