April is Haddonfield Sculpture Month

Love the sculptures in town?  Want to learn more about them?  Join family-friendly festivities, meet the artists, enjoy hands-on art activities for kids and adults, sneak peeks of new sculptures, shop at a pop-up DinoStore, take walking tours and more.  ALL FREE!  We’ll highlight the month with the unveiling of the new Children’s Sculpture Zoo on April 27, which is the 5th annual International Sculpture Day, celebrated by artists, organizations, and institutions around the world. 

Keep checking back here and on our social sites for updates!

April 1-26:  Scavenger Hunt for all students!  

Pick up the clues at schools, Library or the Haddonfield Information Center; enter to win town-wide gift certificates.

April 6:  Meet & Greet “Haddy” sculptor John Giannotti

11am-3pm, Lantern Lane.

April 6, 13, 20 & 27:  Guided Walking Tours

Leave Info Center at 12noon, rain or shine – or DIY self-guided tour anytime – free maps at most downtown locations.

April 13:  Dedication and reception for “Ballerina” with sculptor Barry Woods Johnston

Ballet dancers will be onsite, near the Circle at 2pm.  Little ballerinas invited! 

April 13, 20 & 27:  Visit “Haddy” and shop at the pop-up-Up DinoStore

11am-3pm for dinosaur T’s, books and hatching eggs!  Order your personalized brick.

April 18:  Hands-on arts activities at the Haddonfield Public Library

1pm for toddlers; 3:30 for ages 6+.  View elementary schools kids’ Coloring Showcase.

April 27:  Kids ages 5-12 – FREE!  Create your own “assemblage” sculpture at Markeim Arts Center

Use recycled and found objects.  Adult supervision required.  From 10am-1pm. 

April 27:  Celebrate International Sculpture Day with 4 new sculptures! 

Meet “My Dog Blue” at 2:00 pm outside Happy Hippo, with sculptor John Giannotti; and Grand Opening of the new Children’s Sculpture Zoo at Tatem Garden, at 3:00 pm with Toad, Bunny Rabbit & Sea Lion by sculptor Eric Berg.

Join the “Derby” Fundraiser for HOST – Click here to join the party on May 4th.

Transforming Historic Haddonfield into a Significant Center for Juried Outdoor Sculpture in the Great Tradition of Public Art