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Friday, February 22, 2013
There is a special place in the town of Audubon, N.J.
This place can be quiet, productive, musical, and sometimes full with singing and dancing children.
I’m talking about my favorite Coffee Shop, The Treehouse, located on 120 W. Merchant Street.
The owners Tina and Randy along with their very pleasant staff, offer good food, coffee and a place where writing groups, business people, artists, and parents and caretakers bring the children to join in the Tuesday Morning activities with Miss Sarah.
On Wednesday nights, they host open mic and you can listen to upcoming and established musicians and singers. This past Wednesday my friends and I were treated to the great music of Nathan and James, along with other local talented artists.
Our writers group picked The Treehouse to have their big book launch for Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey. Copies of the book are on sale at the Treehouse
and thanks to Tina, Randy and staff, it was a big success. So come over to Audubon and visit The Treehouse. I know that you’re going to love the place as much as I do.