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  • Community Events

    EDH Casual Play

    KOP area magic the gathering casual EDH

    Updated house rules listing in effect starting today any card that would cause you to "win the game" will now have no effect on the game. This only includes cards with the wording "you win"

    Evening Outdoor Tennis (USTA 2.5-3.4) Intermediate ( USTA 3.5-3.9)

    DelMontAdults Tennis Group

    Cost: $3 The Money will cover a fresh can of tennis ball per court plus the maintence of our tennis group such as website fees and etc.   We all will get together and hit some rally and volley and once we all warm up, we will play a few games...

    Increase your well-being with the Feldenkrais Method®!

    Haverford Feldenkrais Method® Meetup

    Come join us on Tuesday night for Awareness Through Movement® class! By allowing a person to learn how their whole body cooperates in any movement, the Feldenkrais Method® assists people to live their lives more fully, efficiently and...

  • Recent Posts

    Real Estate Listings Echo Jumbo Footprint Popularity

    Recent jobs reports,  the nation’s economic recovery, the start of the 2016 presidential election and its candidates…etc. etc. etc. What is less controversial is the resumption of the nation’s home-buying preference for ever-larger homes. The price of real estate listings in most US regions might have risen, but it stands to reason that if people […]

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    Could Property Sales Actually be Made in Bitcoins?

    Would you be willing to sell your property to a buyer who is offering virtual currency? In recent news, there has been an influx of people who are putting their homes up for sale in Bitcoins. It may be actually worthwhile to consider the upsides, because doing so opens up your property to a vast […]

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    Home Sellers Adapt to Millennial Real Estate Preferences

    The generation born between the early 80s and just after the turn of the century (aka Millennials) have been slower to take the first steps toward home ownership than previous generations. That’s likely one of the byproducts of the cultural and economic shifts which have combined to make real estate less affordable (and proportionately less […]

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