On August 15, 2012, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) celebrated the winners of the first-ever I Love Classic Towns Photo Contest with a gallery show and awards ceremony at the Ambler Theater.
From fine dining to casual family eateries, the Classic Towns offer a world of distinct local flavors. Now you can explore them all through What’s Cooking in the Classics, a special new segment offered exclusively in the Classic Towns Times. What’s Cooking In the Classics gives you a taste of everything from new restaurants to classic recipes you can cook at home.
In this edition of the Classic Towns Times, we give you a taste of Mangia Bene, an Italian dining experience that popped up on September 23, 2012 in Haddon Heights.
Bordentown City is a beautiful and bucolic hamlet thriving on the bluffs of the Delaware River. It’s a community that offers something for everyone with abundant recreational opportunities, superb schools, unique shops, dining and housing options, and an impressive collection of neighborhoods. Downtown Bordentown City is one of them. And it was just named one of New Jersey’s Great Places by the American Planning Association.
Of course, this edition of The Classic Towns Times comes complete with a list of fun fall events in the Classic Towns of Greater Philadelphia. But we wanted to be sure to share a few planning, real estate, and design events happening over the coming weeks and months.