Cooper-Grant November 2013 Annoucements

1. Cooper-Grant Neighborhood Meeting  (last of 2013)Monday Nov 25th 7-8:30pm – Victor Lofts Caruso Room

2. The closing show of 3rd Thursday 2013- Tonight 11/21/13 5-8pm    FYLER

3. Rutgers-Camden Men’s Soccer (undefeated) will host the NCAA DIII Tourney this weekend at Rutgers’ Community Park in Cooper-Grant. 5:00pm Saturday night vs. York College.

4. 7th Annual Camden Souper Bowl CO-ED Touch Football Tournament- 08102 Grid Iron Classic Fundraiser collecting canned goods for a great cause sponsored by Cooper-Grant resident James Reilly’s – Reilly Property Group (RPG) .  Saturday Nov 30th under the lights on Rutgers Community Park. 5pm. After Party at the Victor Pub. Click here for information

5. Camden City DCCB/Children’s Garden Holiday Parade – Johnson Park is decorated and the parade with Santa is swinging by Dec 3rd 2013 Starting at 6:30pm.  Come out for this annual parade that will come right down Cooper ST to warm up to the holidays. Ending Concert at the Children’s Garden.  Flyer for information

6. Camden County College- Free Trip to Constitution Center – Dec 7th
Flyer for information   10am-2:30pm Limited to 40 spots

7.  Symphony in C – Cooper-Grant Exclusive Discount – 50% off ticket for the Dec 7th show at 8pm at the Gordon Theater.  Flyer for Information Thank you to Symphony in C for this opportunity.

8. Cooper-Grant December  Year-end Meet and Greet – Walt Whitman Arts Center – Dec 19th 6:30pm-8pm. Looking to do an informal neighborhood meeting to get together, share food, laughter, fun and thoughts on what was can focus on in 2014.  If you are interested in helping out – email

9. Check out a really awesome and positive article written by Cooper-Grant resident Tara Nurin. Thank you Tara! Link

Happy Holidays – Be Safe.

Election Day! Tuesday Nov 5th 6am-8pm

TODAY – Tuesday -is election day, so please don’t forget to vote!  This is the most important way to have your opinion matter.  Our voting location is the Rutgers Student Center 3rd and Penn Sts.
  Here’s a link to last Friday’s Mayoral Forum recording posted by Cooper-Grant resident and Rutgers’ Professor Dr. Danley: