Lily Bryan’s untitled story was the 10th-grade winner in the first Montclair Literary Festival Short Story Contest, held this spring. Arianna Donas and Ellie Whittam were runners-up for that grade. […]
Join the fun at one of the local events being held this weekend to launch Catch that Cookie!, a new picture book for kids ages 3-5 by local Maplewood Author Hallie Durand in […]
A fun medieval experience for all ages.
Any kid age two and over will enjoy poking around in a block of ice that is filled with tiny toys and going on an Ice Block Treasure Hunt! It’s a great activity on […]
On Saturday, June 14, the South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Race held the First Annual Cultural Heritage Festival in Maplewood Memorial Park. The day was filled with a full […]
More than two weeks ago, militants abducted Nigerian school girls and most recently, the leader of the group that kidnapped them at gunpoint are threatening to sell these girls.
Passover is almost here — beginning Monday night, April 14, and ending the following Tuesday, April 22, at sundown.
French lessons, etiquette classes, museum trips for “age appropriate cultural exploration.”
Purim, one of the most festive of the Jewish holidays, begins Saturday night March 15, and continues through sundown on Sunday, March 16. For those not familiar with Purim, it is a […]
I recently attended the American International Toy Fair, a massive event at the Javits Center in New York City featuring more than 1,000 companies showcasing the latest in games, toys, crafts, […]
My daughter, like many kids, has a birthday that more often than not falls on a school day. This year, I wanted to make her a special lunch to have at […]
This past Saturday at the Maplewood Memorial Library, kids were able to try their hand at unique theater arts, thanks to The Theater Project. The Theater Project is offering four unique […]
Kids will love changing the time until the clock strikes midnight!
Do your kids love to make bracelets with their Rainbow Loom? And do you have no idea what to do with all those bracelets, as well as the itty-bitty rubber […]