The fourth annual "Spring into Summer" auto show will be held at the Promenade at Sagemore, located one mile south of the Marlton Circle between Evesham and Brick Roads on Route 73 in Marlton. More than 175 cars will be featured, as well as military vehicles. $20 to register your car today. 8:30 to 11 a.m. 215-327-4166 or
Join Cherry Hill Mayor Bernie Platt, along with members of the American Legion Post 372 and the Jewish War Veterans Furer-Barag-Wolf Post 126, as they honor heroes past and present at the annual Memorial Day Tribute at the municipal complex, 820 Mercer St., Cherry Hill. State Sen. John Adler (D., Sixth District) will be the keynote speaker. Lunch following the ceremony will be sponsored by Shop Rite. Free. 11 a.m. 856-488-7868 or e-mail
Summer concert series
Dar Williams, with special guest Lisa Bouchelle, performs at McLaughlin-Norcross Memorial Dell, Haddon Lake Park, 13th Avenue, Park Drive and Prospect Boulevard, Haddon Heights. This is the kick off of the 2008 Summer Concert Series. Free. 8 p.m. 856-216-2170 or
Rachel Simon, author of the memoir
Riding the Bus with My Sister
, will speak at the Cherry Hill Library, 1100 Kings Highway North. She will be joined by Al Condeluci, a national expert on disabilities, in a one-day seminar designed to help people with disabilities overcome barriers and participate more fully in community life. The event "Building Communities for All Abilities" is the first of a series of seminars offered by Bancroft NeuroHealth through the Clarence York Lecture Series. Simon will draw from her inspirational journey of riding the bus with her sister, Beth, who has developmental disabilities, to discuss life's stages affecting families of people with disabilities. Continental breakfast and lunch included. $25. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 856-429-5637, Ext. 336 or e-mail
Summer concert series
Hear the sounds of Christopher Cross at Cooper River Park, Park Drive, adjacent to Jack Curtis Stadium, Pennsauken. Cross is known for adult contemporary radio favorites including the chart-topping "Sailing." His debut album appeared in 1980, with the lead single "Ride Like the Wind." Free. 3 p.m. 856-216-2170. or
Rare book sale
The Camden Historical Society hosts its annual rare and used book sale at its offices, 1900 Park Blvd. (behind Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital), Camden. On sale will be maps, presidential biographies and memoirs, South Jersey and Camden books. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and June 1. Prices start at $5. Most books under $100. 856-964-3333 or
At the Shore
"It's Your Call'
It's Your Call With Lynn Doyle
will telecast four live shows this summer from the Music Pier in Ocean City spotlighting issues affecting teens and people in their 20s. The series begins Saturday with "Defining Your Image!" discussing self-esteem, body image, celebrity influence and fashion. Audience participation is welcome. 9 p.m. Future dates are June 19, July 17 and Aug. 14.
Jane Seymour art exhibit
Ocean Galleries welcomes back Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Jane Seymour for a Memorial Day exhibition. "The Art of Jane Seymour" exhibition in Stone Harbor is open to the public through tomorrow. Seymour will make personal appearances throughout the weekend. After the initial opening weekend, a limited amount of Seymour's watercolors and oil paintings will remain at Ocean Galleries through June 1. Ocean Galleries is at 9618 Third Ave., Stone Harbor. Free. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 609-264-8004.
Marie Natale opens her watercolor exhibit "Summer Sisters" today at the Chalfonte Hotel, 301 Howard St., Cape May. The exhibit depicts the nature and people of the Jersey Shore with its long tradition of creating summer families. There will be an opening reception today from 2 to 4 p.m. Natale's art will be in the Hotel's Magnolia Room until June 30. Free. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 609-884-8409 or