Maplewood Public Library 51 Baker St, Maplewood, NJ07040 The Maplewood Public Library houses a selection of books, magazines, music and DVDs, and also offers eBooks. The library…More also offers computers for public use, notary services and meeting rooms, which can be reserved for public use. Homework help is available for kids as well.
Ellen Dreyer Writing Workshops and Tutoring PO Box 725, Maplewood, NJ07040 Ellen Dreyer Writer's Workshop & Tutoring serves students in elementary, middle, and high school, as well as…More adults. It offers one-on-one sessions and small group tutoring services. The Writers Cafe classes focuses on creativity, word play, themes, book-making and related projects for elementary age children. Professional editing services are also available.
Maplewood Pizzeria & Ristorante 489 Valley St, Maplewood, NJ07040 "Best pizza in town" comes from a bustling pizzeria that has been in Maplewood more than 20 years, first a little place…More down the street and now a busy ristorante a few blocks from Columbia H.S. They offer a separate dining area that can be booked as a "party room", (lots of kiddie weekend birthday parties) student specials and free parking. There is an outdoor cafe in the summer, and the place is run by a warm, courteous, hard-working family. They accept personal checks from regulars.
Essential Somatics Wellspring Health Collective, 697 Valley Street, Suite B1, Maplewood, NJ07040 Located at Wellspring Health Collective in Maplewood, Essential Somatics is a health service, which instructs people to…More eliminate muscle pain through safe and gentle movement. Essential Somatics offers a wide variety of classes, workshops, private instruction and clinical sessions at Wellspring Health Collective in Maplewood, as well as personal Skype sessions for those who can't come into the studio. It also sells a line of DVDs and a book called "Move Without Pain." For information on rates and class schedules, or to schedule a phone consultation, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Founded in 1973, this is a social club that also welcomes members who are well-established in South Orange and…More Maplewood. There are about 100 member families and activities are scheduled from September to June. (Nothing is scheduled for July and August, when people tend to be away.) Through their real estate members, they send notices through the mail to every new homeowner in town.
The club holds monthly men's poker games and women's bunco (dice) games in rotating member households. There's also a book club with regular meetings. Special events include wine tastings for 20 couples. A fundraiser art auction is planned for the spring. A few members reside in West Orange, which has no Newcomers Club.