Announcing a new event: Frozen Tea at Parteaz!
Friday, April 18th
1:00-2:30 or 4:00-5:30
& a yummy Frozen Ice Cream Sundae Bar!
Craft, sing-a-long, royal dance party, glitter tattoos
This year, Restaurant Week is supporting Rent Party Pantry, Inc. in its efforts to fight hunger locally so come on out that week and sample the quality, variety and hospitality of Maplewood’s restaurants and food purveyors for less AND help fight hunger on the local level.…Read More
Please join us on Wednesday, March 12th at 1pm for our grand reopening when the Maplewood Memorial Library officially joins the BCCLS consortium of 75 libraries in Essex, Bergen, Hudson and Passaic Counties. We will have ribbon cuttings at both the Main Library and the Hilton Branch Library followed by refreshments at both locations.…Read More
Celebrate African American History Month at Shakti with an evening of deep and funky traditional rhythms and dance led by Yewande Kelley-Johnson & friends
Cost: $20 in advance, $25 day of workshop
Register: call 973-763-2288 or pay online
Questions: contact Yewande or visit www.iwalewadance.com or www.africanglobalarts.com We open with a short dance class, breaking down the movements, and rituals of a traditional West African dance class.…
Doc Tea Party & Clinic Event
February 17th, Monday Presidents Day- School’s Out!
- Bring your stuffed animal for their annual check-up!
- Get your ID card & chart and pretend to be a doctor for the day!
The 1978 Maplewood Arts Center, located at 1978 Springfield Avenue in Maplewood, NJ, will celebrate Black History Month and Women’s History Month with an exhibit of the works of renowned New Jersey artist, Gladys Barker Grauer.
Grauer has been called the “Mother” of Newark’s African American art community.…Read More
The Springfield Avenue Partnership (SAP) announced a calendar of events presented by Maplewood businesses through the month of February, in honor of Black History Month. Events will include a tribute to African-American composers by singer Rhonda Denet at the Maplewood Memorial Library, an African-American Artists series at Express Yourself Studios, a West African Dance Workshop at Viva Z Club, and many more.…Read More
A ribbon-cutting and celebration was held January 11 at 1859-61 Springfield Avenue, Maplewood, NJ to commemorate the dedication of the building, newly christened “The Maplewood Health and Wellness Building.” Building owner Harold Bobrow chose the new name to celebrate his tenants, all of whom operate businesses related to health and wellness: The HLS Juice Bar & Grill, Shakti Yoga & Living Arts, The Gym on Springfield, the Lee Gar Lun Ving Tsun martial arts school, and Liberty Medical Services.…Read More