Please Join Waterfront Montessori for a Saturday Parent Coffee:
Saturday, May 21, from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
150 Warren Street, Suite 108, Jersey City
Multipurpose Room, First Floor, Lower School Campus
Our Topic: Are We There Yet? Benchmarks and Expectations for Early Childhood, presented by Fabiana Arruda, Primary Teacher & Coordinator and Preeti Poddar, Upper Elementary Teacher.
Learn more about early childhood development, connect with other parents and enjoy bagels and coffee.
Please click here to RSVP.
2016 Waterfront Montessori Summer Programs
June 27 – August 5, 2016
Flexible Weeks – Extended Day
Morning Outdoor Sports for all Campers
Titans of Tech: Ages 9 – 13
Stop Motion Animation – Lego Robotics
Music Production – Movie Making
Brain Camp: Ages 6 – 8
Young Linguists – How Our Nation Was Born
Lego Robotics – Video Game Design
Trailblazing Into Montessori: Ages 3 – 5
Arts & Crafts – Yoga – Cooking – Poetry – Linguistics – Magic
Water Play – Outdoor Fun – Math, Reading & Writing Enrichment
A Taste of Montessori: Age 2
Art – Language – Music & Movement – Outdoor Fun
Magic – Water Play – Pre-Reading & Pre-Math Activities
150 Warren Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
“A Garden State of Mind” Presents Writing by Hoboken Students,
Hosted by Hoboken Historical Museum and Party With Purpose
Live reading on May 22, at 3 p.m., at the Hoboken Museum, 1301 Hudson St.
On Sunday, May 22, there will be a public reading for student participants, teachers, family members, classmates, and poets to celebrate the publication of A Garden State of Mind, an anthology of student writing from five Hoboken schools. The event will be free and open to the public.
In November 2015, poets Andy Clausen and Teresa Carson went into five Hoboken schools (Hoboken High School, Elysian School, Hoboken Charter School, HOLA Charter School, The Hudson School) and conducted workshops for about 100 students in the classes of teachers Allison Addona (Hoboken Charter), Regan Michaels (Elysian), Randi Roberts (The Hudson School), Denise Chakov (Hoboken High), and Adina Medina HOLA).
Selected students then participated in an after-school Master Class in February 2016 at the Hoboken Historical Museum, led by Clausen, Carson and Hoboken Historical Museum’s Poet in Residence, Danny Shot.
On May 22, the poetry anthology A Garden State of Mind will be distributed as the culmination of the project. Copies of the book will be given free to participants and offered for sale to the public for $5.
“The poetry in this collection, by students, teachers and professional poets, is the poetry of place, our place, Hoboken,” says Danny Shot. “Hoboken is a rapidly changing community. The city’s students have captured the essence of the city as it stands at this moment in time. How we see ourselves fitting into—or not fitting into—this place is the overarching theme of this collection.”
Shot adds, “While we have many different schools, we still share one community. Hoboken’s young people and teachers come from diverse backgrounds, yet we share this place in the second decade of the 21st century. By reaching out to our community’s children, as well as teachers, our goal is to enliven their interest in writing and literature and spark their desire to visit the Hoboken Historical Museum with their families.”
Thank you Stevens Institute of Technology for hosting the second annual STEM-a-thon! HFA was excited to collaborate with Stevens Institute to bring Hoboken’s 8th graders together for a day of exciting activities. Everyone had a great time launching rockets and building wind turbines. A huge thanks to all the HFA and Stevens Institute volunteers.
The Neighborhood Block Party is at The Learning Experience Academy of Early Education in Hoboken at 900 Monroe Street Saturday, June 4th 10:00-2:00pm
GRAND OPENING EVENT
Register at our event to receive $125 off your first month of tuition!
Musical Performance & Children’s DJ
Arts and Crafts
Bubbles the Elephant
and SO MUCH MORE!
11th Annual OLG Funfest
Location: Church Square Park / Our Lady of Grace, Hoboken
Day/Time: June 5, 2016 / 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Welcome Summer 2016 with the OLG FunFest, Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with fun for the whole family. Children will be amazed with pony rides, face-painting, and bouncy houses. The whole family can join in the fun with festival games, a tricky tray, a used book sale, and a 50/50 raffle. Vendors will also be on hand, selling arts, crafts, jewelry and more. Refreshments and games of chance continue in the biergarten, along with dancing to music by DJ Tim Nelson.
Admission to the FunFest are free.
For more information see the Our Lady of Grace FunFest website at: www.olgfunfest.com or the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ourladyofgracefunfest .
The Hoboken Historical Museum Celebrates its 30th Anniversary With a Victorian-Style Gala: An Elysian Fields Escapade!
The Museum’s Annual Spring Gala is Saturday, May 14, 2016, at the Hoboken Elks Lodge, to Benefit the Collections Campaign
In the mid-1800s, Hoboken was a leisure paradise, attracting visitors in droves for a stroll up the River Walk, a sip of water from Sybil’s Cave, or to watch a baseball or cricket game from the Colonnade overlooking the Elysian Fields. For its 30th anniversary, the Hoboken Historical Museum is reaching deep into its collections archive to decorate the Hoboken Elks Lodge in early Hoboken style for the annual spring fundraising gala: An Elysian Fields Escapade, on Saturday, May 14!
At this Victorian romp, guests will enjoy a delicious buffet dinner from AD Catering, an open bar featuring a spiked punch worthy of the original Turtle Club, and an evening of dancing to tunes spanning the 20th century! The centerpiece of the evening will be our popular Live Auction, featuring leisure distractions for modern Hobokenites, including:
- A summer pass to the Shipyard pool
- A year of indoor parking
- An evening of whiskey-tasting for a party of 10
- A two-week stay in Pompano Beach, Fla.
- A vacation in Winter Park, Colo.
- and so much more!
A portion of the proceeds will help support the Museum’s Collections Campaign, with the goal of securing more space so we can accommodate the growing archives and make them more accessible as a research center. Tickets are $150 each, and are available online at www.hobokenmuseum.org; or http://bit.ly/ElysianFieldsGala.
The event is made possible through the generous support of Gold sponsors CarePoint Health & the Schmalzbauer Family; and Silver sponsors Hufnagel Landscape Design & Construction Group, W Hotels Hoboken, BCB Community Bank, Strategic Insurance Partners, Maïk Irrigation, Hackensack UMC – Palisades, Halstead Property and Haven Savings Bank.
Register Today for All Saints Summer Camp Programs!
Early Childhood Camp (entering Nursery through Kindergarten)
Two weeks June 20-24 and June 27-July 1, 9am-1pm
Free Before Care from 8:30-9am; one week $300, two weeks $550
Come explore during our “Around the World Camp.” This year students will be exploring Asia, Antarctica and Australia through delicious cooking, wild world games, awesome art and more! We also have scheduled a visit from Guitar Bob and Mr. Hans’ Gym on Wheels.
Early Childhood Camp Full Day (entering PreK through Kindergarten)
June 20-24 and June 27-July 1, 9am-3:30pm,
Free Before Care from 8:30-9am; one week $550, two weeks $1,000
All the benefits from Early childhood camp plus an extended day program! Prepare your child for our all day program with this awesome offering which will also include Super Soccer Stars, Crossfit and Ms. Eddie’s cooking and crafts.
Elementary and Middle School Camp (entering Grades 1-7)
June 20-24 and June 27-July 1
Does your school get out early? Before the Fourth of July weekend? Well, extend the school year with two weeks of summer fun, including World Games, Cooking, Yoga, Trivia, and Art at All Saints Day Camp. We are happy to announce that this year the theme, “Around The World,” will visit the continents of Asia (week 1) and Australia and Antarctica (week 2). Camp will include tie-dying, group challenges to compete for points (to help you with the final group trivia at the end of the week), and weekly trips to Tomahawk Lake AND the Asbury Park Splash Ground, along with a handmade camp memory book. A final group trivia game and slideshow will round out each week.
This camp is for students entering First Grade through Seventh Grade. Each day, families should send their children to camp with a snack and lunch (unless otherwise noted on the daily schedule). Each child will receive a camp t-shirt (week 1) that they will tie-dye (note all campers will get a t-shirt, but if they only come week 2 it will not be tie-dyed).
This summer camp is the most exciting, action-packed and cost-effective summer child care available.
Free Before Care from 8:30-9am; 9am-3:30pm, Aftercare Available until 6:30 $20/day, $80/week
one week $550, two weeks $1,000
Extend the school year with two weeks of summer fun, including World Games, Cooking, Yoga, Trivia, and Art at All Saints Day Camp. We are happy to announce that this year the theme, “Around The World,” will visit the continents of Asia (week 1) and Australia and Antarctica (week 2). Camp will include tie-dying, group challenges, and weekly trips to Tomahawk Lake AND the Asbury Park Splash Ground, along with a handmade camp memory book. A final group trivia game and slideshow will round out each week.
Art Camp for entering Grades 1 through 6
Week of August 8-12, 9am-3pm
Free Before Care from 8:30-9am
Aftercare Available 3:30-6:30, $20/day, $80/week
$500 for the week
Taught by our very own Ms. Therres, this Camp is a must the young artist in your life. Explore figure drawing, painting out in nature, building kinetic sculptures and more! Students will also “step into an artwork,” exploring a painting from history and recreating it live. A trip to a local art studio will also be a part of our week. The cost for this camp includes all materials!
We’re excited to offer a STEM camp this summer. Your child will learn about circuits, robotics and much more! They will even create wearable circuits that they can take home! It will be a week of exploration, innovation and creativity. Students will also spend time outside each day.
STEM camp is a full day, week-long program. Students entering Grades 5 – 8 may enroll in the first week of camp; students entering Grades 1 – 4 may enroll in the second week of STEM camp.
July 11th – Week 1 Begins; open to students entering Grades 5-8
July 18th - Week 2 Begins; open to students entering Grades 1-4
Camp will begin at 8:30 AM each morning, with an option to register for before care starting at 8:00AM. Aftercare is available for participating students and runs from 3:30PM – 6:30 PM.
The cost for the camp is $560. Before care if free; after care is $20/day’ $80/week
QUESTIONS? Contact Camp Directors
Ronnie Loving: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Therres: email@example.com
Summer Day Camp for 5th/6th Graders
Location: Stevens Cooperative School’s Newport Campus, 100 River Drive S, Jersey City
Time: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm (extended day from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm)
Weeks Still Available: June 27 – July 1, July 25 – 29, August 8 – 12
Limited spaces still available – 5th/6th summer day camp at Stevens Cooperative School
Don’t miss the opportunity for 5th and 6th grade summer day camp just for middle schoolers. Camp includes two trips to the city each week as well as a mix of recreation, art, swimming and technology.
This year’s trips will include:
- Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
- Brooklyn Bolders Rock Climbing
- Roller Skating
Spaces are filling up fast, so register today at www.stevenscoop/summer. Call us at 201.792.3688 ext 404 with questions. It’s going to be a great summer!
NEW FAMILY MUSICAL at Mile Square Theatre!
MST Education presents The Ballad of Janis Matthews and the Dodo Scouts, performed by their Teen Company to a live band, at it’s new theater on the corner of 14th and Clinton Streets in Hoboken. This new musical, with a folk inspired score, is set in 1968, where a young girl named Janis Matthews, whose parents recently divorced, finds her life uprooted when she and her mother move to Denver, Colorado. Janis finds herself stuck with one thing left to her name–her identity as a Dodo Scout. When she gets her Scout Troop lost in the woods, her ability to connect and lead other people is pushed to its limits.
Directed by Don Brewer and Chase Leyner, with Musical Direction by Scott Pearson and Stage Managed by Arielle Legere , Janis Matthews and the Dodo Scouts is great for ages 6 through adults.
Tickets are $15 and available at janismatthews.brownpapertickets.com
Storybook Theater 2016: The Cheese
June 11, Elysian Park, Hoboken, NJ 2-4pm
FREE, 10TH & HUDSON STREETS
Designed for all ages! Pack a picnic and join us in the park on our summer adventures!
The Three Silly Billies meet Gritch the Witch and Goldie and the Three Hares while The Cheese stands alone! Join us to celebrate New Jersey’s own Margie Palatini and meet some of her wacky characters in their wondrous adventures through earthquacks and bedheads and badboys and even a visit to Old MacDonald’s Farm. We’ll travel through Margie Palatini’s topsy-turvy tales as we create our own wild and wonderful characters through pantomime, props, and parades.
This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/ Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, Thomas A. DeGise, County Executive, and the Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.866.248.5091 for information.