POSTPONED: Historic Preservation Commission Offers Tips on History and Care of Maplewood Homes July 11

by The Village Green
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Editors note: according to the organizers, this event has been postponed until further notice.

The Ezekiel Ball House at 250 Elmwood Avenue in Maplewood. The earliest portion was built in 1694.

The Ezekiel Ball House at 250 Elmwood Avenue in Maplewood. The earliest portion may have been built in 1694.

Members of the Maplewood Historic Preservation Commission will be at the Local History Center located in the Hilton Branch of the Maplewood Memorial Library, on Saturday, July 11 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to offer tips on the history and care of Maplewood homes.

Maplewood residents are encouraged to stop by and learn about the history and architecture of their homes. Residents canĀ discover information and possibly find early photographs of their Maplewood homes. Local experts will be available to discuss repairs, replacement materials and resources on how to fix your home.

This is a free monthly event offered by the Maplewood Historic Preservation Commission.

The Hilton Branch of the Maplewood Memorial Library is located atĀ 1688 Springfield Avenue.

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