Thousands of people once again packed Main Street for a day of arts, crafts, food, entertainment, pumpkin-painting and scarecrow-making for the 19th annual Autumn in Moorestown festival.
If you missed it, you missed a heckuva good time, as well as the unveiling of the "Moorestown Memories" monument outside the Community House.
Created by former Moorestonian Chad Fisher, the 1,000-pound bronze monument depicts a group of children playing, which is "the best representation of what the Community House’s mission is,” according to board of trustees member Haynes Hendrickson.
Fisher donated the monument in part to aid the Community House's capital campaign. Prior to the unveiling, George Schulmann, president of the board of trustees, petitioned the community for support.
"There's no shortage of what the needs are for the Community House," he said.
Hendrickson praised Fisher for his selfless contribution, calling him a "fantastic example of the typical Moorestown resident."
The monument will be permanently situated on the front lawn of the Community House.
Though we tried to capture as many images from the day as possible, sadly, we couldn't be everywhere (though we try). So if you'd like to share your photos with the rest of the community, just click on "add your photos & videos" and upload them here.