• Kristin Guglietti

Flower Power downtown for Third Thursday

Downtown Hammonton held a “Flower Power” Third Thursday event on April 22, which was also Earth Day. This was rescheduled from Third Thursday on April 15 due to weather.


Leslie LoSasso, Betty Domenico and Jeanette DePiero wear tie dye masks at the Hammonton Arts Center. (THG/Kristin Guglietti. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.)

THG/Kristin Guglietti. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.

Above (l-r): Ana Yanoschak, shop owner at Perhaps, poses in the store. Perhaps had a giveaway gift basket filled with springtime items; Kelly Brown stands next to the flowers and herbs display at Tales of the Olive. For Third Thursday, customers could win a Floral Spring Basket. Middle (l-r): Danielle McManus, Adam Covert and Jessie Hunt with coffee flights at Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery; Laura Bethmann stands next to her artwork from her spring exhibit located inside Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery. Below (l-r): Michelle Barone and Megan Storey spend time at Annata Wine Bar during Third Thursday’s “Flower Power”; Lorraine Cappuccio and Bill Cappuccio spend time at Annata Wine Bar.


THG/Kristin Guglietti. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.

Above (l-r): Samantha Hughes, Lynn Domenico, Michelle Curcio, Heather Herold and Mike Sutts enjoy food and wine at Annata Wine Bar; Cassie Iacovelli, Executive Director of MainStreet and Program Coordinator of the Hammonton Heart & Soul Leadership Team, speaks at the Hammonton Heart & Soul meet and greet behind Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery. Middle (l-r): Hannah LaSasso, Bryana Yetman, Morgan Kahn, Naji Boone and Ianna Rodriguez of the Eagle Theatre Repertory Company performed in front of Bellevue Bagel during Third Thursday’s “Flower Power”; Colleen Magnuson from the Hammonton Art Club adds to the chalk drawing located on the sidewalk by Wells Fargo on Central Avenue. The drawing reads, “Art makes me whole.” Below (l-r): Jeremy DiClemente draws a flower on the sidewalk by Wells Fargo on Central Avenue; Justin Caravano and Cheri Caravano went to the Hammonton Heart & Soul meet and greet.


THG/Kristin Guglietti. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.

Above (l-r): Janet Hasulak, Greg White and Deborah White went to the Hammonton Heart & Soul meet and greet. Greg White is the vice president of the Historical Society of Hammonton and Hasulak and Deborah White are trustees; Vincent Tracy and Jen Tracy show off their tie dye art pieces at the Hammonton Arts Center. Vincent celebrated his eighth birthday earlier this month. Middle (l-r): Pedro Gonzalez, security guard at Vintage Betty’s; Charlotte Nichols sorts prayer cards at Vintage Betty’s. Below (l-r): Reagan Germain bought two records at Vintage Betty’s on Third Thursday’s “Flower Power” event; DJ Jimmy Brown from WNJH radio played some tunes in front of Bellevue Bagel.


THG/Kristin Guglietti. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.

Above (l-r): Christine Burden and Rachael Romano sell items outside the Action Travel Center; Angela Donio and Jose A. watch a video from the Borderless: Digital Practices in Changing Times exhibit located at The Noyes Museum at Stockton University at Kramer Hall. Middle (l-r) Haley Daly makes a Strawberry Fields drink at Blue Rascal Distillery; Denise and Anthony Rizzotte enjoy drinks at Blue Rascal Distillery. Below (l-r) Taylor Perna and Charlee LaRosa work at Mannino’s Cannoli Express; Julie Johnston and Robert Ferrante enjoy drinks at Blue Rascal Distillery.