Spring is upon us and Newton is preparing our Donation Garden!
On February 27, 2023, Newton was featured in the Cherry Hill Courier. In the article, written by Phaedra Trethan, Newton's historical connection to Camden residents and relevancy is highlighted. Full article below: Quakers are Quietly Adding to City Life By Phaedra TrethanCherry Hill Courier-PostUSA TODAY NETWORK – NEW JERSEY Newton Friends connecting with Camden residents … Continue reading Newton in the Cherry Hill Courier!
A Free Bookstore at The Free Books Project(Formerly called Camden County Pop Up Library) Located at The Newton Friends Meeting House, 808 Cooper St. Camden.We will be open every Saturday from 9-2pm (Starting March 4th) All books are free to everyone of all ages. We would love for you to join us! If you would … Continue reading Free Bookstore at Newton Starting Mar 4!
The camdencountypopuplibrary.org takes books where libraries don't go and gives them away. They do this through popuplibraries where we set up tables in various areas of the city of camden and place a wide range of books on them and let the public take whatever and how many they want. Newtons Friends Meeting is now … Continue reading Newton’s Little Library Off to a Great Start
Camdencountypopuplibrary.org takes books where libraries don't go and gives them away. We do this through pop up libraries where we set up tables in various areas of the city of Camden and place a wide range of books on them and let the public take whatever and how many they want. We also have close … Continue reading Pop Up Library at Newton!