February 2015

Found 3 blog entries for February 2015.

wyckoff njLocated in Bergen County, Wyckoff, NJ is a small township of about 16,000 residents. The community prides itself on it's family-oriented values and small-town charm, where the neighbors get to know one another. Wyckoff was established as a township in 1926, replacing what was originally Franklin Township. Today, it's a vibrant little community peppered with lakes and towering trees, home to shops and services, beautiful parks and nature preserves.


Wyckoff: Beautiful Outdoor Spaces

Within the beautiful community of Wyckoff are several parks, as well as a picturesque environmental center. Residents can take a stroll through town to visit a number of ponds and brooks, and neighborhoods are encompassed by tall, mature trees that paint the town in

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moving to a new neighborhoodLet's say you've found your dream home--that perfect house in a new community with just the right square footage to comfortably accommodate your growing family, with interior that fondly reminds you of the house you grew up in, with big windows that overlook your picturesque yard or colonial porch, with just the right number of bathrooms so that there are no foreseeable lineups on those hectic Monday mornings. But choosing a new home to move to is only half the battle. After all, it's not enough to love the space inside the walls of your home, the feeling of comfort and peace of mind should go with you when you step out of your doors too. 

Doing Your Community Research

If you are planning on moving to a new neighborhood, you should always do

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ridgewood nj clubsWhether you're a new member of Ridgewood, NJ community or a longtime resident, joining clubs (or groups, or societies, or organizations, or whatever you want to call them) is a great way to establish and expand your social circles. These social groups can range from general interest groups that appeal to just about everyone to fringe groups with a shared interest in the esoteric. Be it religious or secular, social or philanthrophic, plain fun or just plain strange, there's almost something for everyone to join in on. Here is a list of just a few local groups to help get you started in exploring the diverse community at Ridgewood (click on the names to be redirected to their respective sites):

Ridgewood Newcomers Club

A social group run by the YWCA

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