Sorry, I was on the go last time and my reply to you does not make much sense. Please find a more adequate response:
The active jQuery version on your site is 1.6.1. It is one of your plugins (or perhaps the theme itself) loaded an outdated jQuery in your site's FOOTER from external CDN: https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.1/jquery.min.js . The latter disabled jQuery v1.10.2 shipped with your WordPress by default (which was loaded in your site's HEADER). I will explain what it means for you.
But before, I want to point something out: it is a an excellent practice to load JS resources from external CDNs (it can speed up page load time, etc.). But having said that, your website now is restricted to jQuery v1.6.1 only.
A much more flexible and elegant solution here would be to check the jQuery version shipped with WordPress by default, and load THAT jQuery version from external CDN. Using the latter way, it would be ensured that the WordPress eco system uses the same version as the jQuery shipped with WordPress by default.
Now, you are stuck with an outdated jQuery in your FOOTER that messes up behavior of plugins (like mine for example and plugin "jquery-archive-list-widget" which is loaded on your blog page) that rely on jQuery shipped with WP by default, because some developer did not want to do extra work and conveniently loaded the version he needed in your FOOTER.
I do see that you have included jQuery migrate plugin, but it is not going to work in this case. What jQuery Migrate plugin is ACTUALLY does: it prevents plugins and scripts that are using deprecated functions from breaking when you use jQuery 1.9+. In your case, the jQuery ACTIVE on your site is 1.6.1, so the migrate plugin is of no help here.
The solution I can offer you is:
(a) Try to identify what is loading the outdated jQuery and eliminate it
(b) If you cannot/do not want/not able to do (a), try using another Google Map plugin because I am not going to make my plugin compatible with jQuery version older than 1.9.
I hope this helps and I apologize for inconvenience.