Scoping out Maplewood NJ homes with the little ones on your quest to secure Maplewood NJ real estate? Come to Maplewood Memorial Library located at 51 Baker Street, where Create Space happens every Tuesday from 4pm to 8pm and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm. Patrons can create fun cards, games and whatever their imagination devises using Maplewood library’s Rhino 3D software, 3D printer and new color printer. Click here to learn more about this program.
Besides designing cool 3D objects, Maplewood Memorial Library is a terrific place to read, study and learn about the local community. To help you in conducting your research into whether your family should invest in Maplewood NJ real estate, you can access the library’s Digital Archive of the News-Record, which contains issues of Maplewood’s local weekly newspaper dating back to 1915. Check out how the local community has grown and progressed over the years!
The library website also has a special blog called Reader’s Place, where new books – especially non-fiction works – are reviewed by Maplewood librarians. The library also publishes summer readings lists for local school children and posts links to helpful resources for Advanced Placement students and children struggling with math.
Depending on the demand, printer times and printing wait can fluctuate. For the library printer policy, click here. Contact 3Dprinter@maplewoodlibrary.org with additional questions.
Scoping out Maplewood NJ homes with the little ones on your quest to secure Maplewood NJ real estate? Come to Maplewood Memorial Library located at 51 Baker Street, where Create Space happens every Tuesday from 4pm to 8pm and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm. Patrons can create fun cards, games and whatever their imagination devises … [Read More]
Families living in Maplewood NJ homes are all looking forward to MayFest 2015 hosted by the Springfield Avenue Partnership. For those who live in Maplewood NJ this old fashioned street fair event is an annual highlight of the season. On Sunday, May 24th, vendors, food, and kids activities will be taking over Springfield Avenue … [Read More]
Step One: Before shopping in the Short Hills NJ Mall, get something to eat. Because who knows how cute that Juicy Couture shirt will look when you’re light-headed and dizzy? Get the Rainbow Trout at Legal Sea Foods or the Ahi Tuna Salad at Joe’s American Bar and Grill. Trust me. Your closet will thank you later.
Step Two: … [Read More]
About Robin Benjamin
Understanding the nuances of pricing requires local knowledge that isn't always available to buyers and sellers. This is particularly true in a location like Millburn-Short Hills, Chatham, and Summit.