A Wenonah Christmas
See the decorated houses of Wenonah during the house tour, "A Wenonah Christmas." The tour is jointly sponsored by the Wenonah Fire Company Auxiliary and the Woman's Club of Wenonah. Eight homes are featured in the tour as are four churches, the historic Wenonah Railroad Station, circa 1897, and the Wenonah Public Library. The tour begins at the Wenonah Railroad Station, located on Mantua Avenue in the center of town. Visitors also may stop at the railroad station during tour hours to purchase home-cooked food prepared by members of the Wenonah Volunteer Fire Company. Children 12 and older are welcome. Proceeds from the tour benefit the Wenonah Volunteer Fire Company and the special projects of the Woman's Club of Wenonah. $12. 2 p.m. 856-468-5228.
German Advent service
An Advent service "Deutsche Adventsfeier" will be offered entirely in German at St. John Lutheran Church, 351 High St., Westville. An English program will help those not fluent in the language. Following the service, attendees are invited for German-styled refreshments, sponsored by the German American Cultural Society of South Jersey. Free. 3 p.m. 856-468-9525.
Print and pottery
Get something for the artistic person in your life at the Print and Pottery Craft Sale at Rowan's Glassboro Campus, 201 Mullica Hill Rd. Hosted by Rowan University's Art Student Guilds, an array of fine crafts, prints, pottery, art glass, jewelry and more created by Rowan art students are available for purchase. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 856-256-4020.
Nature club field trip
Check out the birds at the Audubon Christmas Bird Count. This bird hunt began in 1900 and continues today as groups divide up a 15-mile circle and count all the birds seen. Many groups will begin or end their day searching for owls, and use the daylight hours to identify raptors, warblers, sparrows, great blue herons, and many other birds. The starting and ending time for each group is decided by the team organizer; generally, it is at least dawn to dusk but that will vary by team. $5. 856-881-9262 or
The Moliere farce "The Doctor in Spite of Himself," directed by Phillip Graneto, relates the wacky tale of a wife's revenge on her woodcutter husband, Sganarelle. To get back at him, she informs a pair of strangers that her husband is an amazing doctor. The problem is that the only way to entice him to help or even admit that he is a doctor is to beat him mercilessly. The strangers decide to beat up Sganarelle until he agrees to treat a rich man's daughter who has lost her ability to speak. The result is two acts of witty banter, physical comedy and laughter. The play will be held in Tohill Theatre, in Bunce Hall on the Rowan Campus, Route 322 in Glassboro. $10 general admission; $5 students, staff, alumni and seniors. 3 p.m. today. 856-256-4545.
"A Christmas Carol"
The Road Company theater group performs
A Christmas Carol