Everyone from Millburn-Short Hills and Maplewood homes know how to celebrate July 4th right. Start out in Maplewood at 7:30 a.m. with a 5K race beginning and ending on Dunnell Road, and opening ceremonies at 8 a.m. Throughout the day there will be athletic challenges, art projects, baking contests and even an ice cream eating contest.
Help your kids be creative and decorate their bike, wagon or tricycle with red, white and blue decor to take part in the Kids Fourth of July Parade. Children of all ages living in Maplewood homes will be delightfully entertained by the Zerbini Family Circus.
This unforgettable celebration of Uncle Sam will conclude at 9 p.m. with breathtaking fireworks. Go to maple4th.com for a full list of the day’s festivities.
Residents of Millburn-Short Hills real estate can start the day off at 9 a.m. in Taylor Park for the Opening Ceremony. Beginning with a flag raising and salute to Old Glory, there is a red, white and blue bike parade for the kiddos and a softball game to follow.
Later on in the day, head over to Millburn High School for the afternoon events, starting at 3 p.m. Bring blankets and chairs to sit on. Pack a picnic or enjoy delicious selections provided by local vendors. Live bands will be playing, and there is plenty of entertainment for kids. Radio controlled planes will be on display. There is a rock wall to climb and raffles to be won.
The evening ends with a bang as vibrant Fourth of July fireworks mingle with the stars on Millburn High School field. For more information please go to mshjuly4th.com.
Everyone from Millburn-Short Hills and Maplewood homes know how to celebrate July 4th right. Start out in Maplewood at 7:30 a.m. with a 5K race beginning and ending on Dunnell Road, and opening ceremonies at 8 a.m. Throughout the day there will be athletic challenges, art projects, baking contests and even an ice cream eating … [Read More]
Families, foodies and farmers who live in Maplewood come together Mondays at Maplewood Farmers Market, held at the Indiana Street Municipal parking lot adjacent to Springfield Ave. from 2pm to 7pm. The Maplewood Township is celebrating its 21st season sponsoring the community market. The market opened June 8 and the last day … [Read More]
It’s impossible to answer the question: what is Millburn-Short Hills architecture like? Because there’s really no way to pin it down. This area is far too diverse culturally and artistically to be pigeon-holed, so here’s a quick run-down of a few different styles you can find in Millburn-Short Hills architecture.
Mid-Century … [Read More]
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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.