The Hoboken Hoopla Carnival is an afternoon of activities that celebrates the human impulse for creativity and expression.
The carnival will feature a wide range of entertaining summer activities and will be great fun for kids and families—bouncy houses, a dunk tank, petting zoo, face-painting, carnival booths, a beer garden, activity booths from arts-related businesses and non-profits. Street performers will stroll through the crowds and there will be a music stage.
Hoboken Hoopla Carnival
Saturday, June 20, 12pm to 6pm
Maxwell Place Park, 1025 Maxwell Lane in Hoboken
MUSIC STAGE SCHEDULE
12-1pm Adam Levine
1pm The caste of PRINCESS K.I.M
1:30-2:30 The Counterfeiters
2:45-4:15 The Plumbers
plus DJ Shane Walker
DUNK TANK SCHEDULE
12:30-1:30 St. Francis School’s Christian Diaz, Ariel Vargas
1:30-2:30 Wallace School Dads Joe Mindak, Joe Berg,
Fuzzy Lemons’ Dave Lambert
2:30-3:00 All Saints Dad Peter Cossio, Activist David Liebler
3:00-4:00 The Red Bulls’ Santiago Cabrera,
The Hammers’ Marty Anderson
4:00-6:00 Assemblyman Carmelo Garcia,
Lacrosse Coach Sean Sargent,
Hola’s Jen Sargent, Coach Mark Sullivan, Coach Dagostino Malfatti
ALL DAY-Special Guest Dunkees! Dunk your dad for Father’s Day!!!!
Stevens Cooperative School Open House
Tuesday, July 28
Newport Campus, 100 River Drive South, Jersey City
*Learn about our programs for 2-year-olds through 8th grade in Hoboken and Jersey City!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
201.626.4020, ext 406 or 404
Sunday, June 21, 2015 • 12-4pm
Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240
Filled with hands-on learning activities that stretch the imagination and encourage creativity, Family Fun Day is back! Families and the general public are invited to CREATE the excitement that happens twice a year at this special event. Come for the activities, the featured performer, the food, and the camaraderie.
Entertainment will be provided by puppeteers from PuppetHeap, who will give a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how puppeteers work! Plus, create fun hats, crazy glasses, patriotic wands and paper pattern snakes, or play a game of flukie ball or a traditional street game in the walkway by the Museum entrance.
Join us for a Garden Party to support the beautification of The Church of the Holy Innocents
Saturday June 13, 3-7pm
The Church of the Holy Innocents
6th Street & Willow Ave
Casual Lawn Party Fare
Games & Music
Individual ticket: $50
Family ticket: $100 (2 adults up to 4 kids)
To buy your tickets go to:
For more information email email@example.com
or call 917-553-777 4
Funds raised at the Garden Party will go towards improvements on this officially recognized National Historic Landmark.
MiMi Kids Yoga Special Needs Summer Camp!
Session I : July 3rd – July 24th
Session II: July 31st – August 21st
Cost: 200.00 per session
(includes organic, nut free, gluten free snacks provided by Hoboken’s own Om
Yoga, Games, Relaxation, Story time with healthy, organic, allergy free snacks
provided for your child!
Small class sizes to ensure your child receives the love and attention they deserve
(maximum of 8 children per class
Camp is suitable for all children including those with autism, downs syndrome,
sensory processing disorder and is open to all those without special needs. We
encourage all children to participate!
We are located at: 1001 Bloomfield Street (across the street from Anthony David’s)
Phone: 201 222 1814
Hoboken Junior Senior High School will be holding a Flea Market Extravaganza on Saturday, June 20th! 10am – 5pm at the High School, 800 Clinton Street, Hoboken. Artisans, Used Items, Food, Entertainment and Fun! Admission is free. If you are interested in being a vendor, please print and return the registration form with the $25 fee or email HobokenHSPTO@nullgmail.com for more information.
Garden Street Farmer’s Market
Opening day: Saturday, June 6
The Garden Street Farmer’s Market is back! Join us for opening day on Saturday, June 6 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Farmer’s Market will be held every Saturday through November 28, at the Garden Street Mews at 14th and Garden Streets in Hoboken.
This year, we’ll be featuring fresh produce and products from a variety of local vendors, including:
- Stony Hill Farms
- Hoboken Farms
- Poplar Wood Farm
- Choc-o-Pain Bakery and Cafe
- Paolo’s Kitchen
- Mo Green Juice
- Squirrel And The Bee
- Cotton Cattle Company
- The Moo Food Truck
- Christina Andersen Floral Design
- The Pop Peddler
- Community Compost Company
Special events for opening day:
10:00 a.m. – Polka Dot Pals band show and Polka Dot balloon action after 11:00 a.m.!
11:00 a.m. – The Coteries
Garden Street School of the Performing Arts is proud to present the musical Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Join Garden Street Children’s Musical Theater Company in meeting the cats from this record breaking musical on their journey to the ‘Heaviside Layer’.
Members of the Garden Street Children’s Musical Theater Company aged 7-15 have been rehearsing the production since January under the direction of Broadway Star Anne Brummel whose credits include Wicked, Cats, Scarlet Pimpernel, Funny Girl, and Evita.
Performances will take place at Hoboken High School on June 13th at 7:00pm and June 14th at 2:00pm. Tickets are $10.00 with general admission seating. For tickets please call 201-683-9100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Garden Street School of the Performing Arts
Garden Street School of the Performing Arts is the only comprehensive performing arts school in Hoboken, New Jersey, specializing in young children through professional adults. With departments in theater, dance, and music in addition to a contemporary recording studio, Garden Street encourages a multidisciplinary approach to the arts with world class instructors. To learn more visit www.gardenstreetmusic.com or call us at 201-683-9100.
HFA Partners with Stevens Institute of Technology to launch STEM-a-thon: A Day of Innovation for Hoboken’s 6th graders
On June 2, 2015 after a walk in the rain, about three hundred 6th graders in Hoboken gathered in the gym at the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology to save the world from Toxic Popcorn, build Tall Towers and launch Bottle Rockets. It was at STEM-a-thon: A Day of Innovation for Hoboken’s 6th graders. The Stevens Institute of Technology and Hoboken Family Alliance in collaboration with all 11 middle-schools in Hoboken, organized this unique, historic event for Hoboken.
“One of the key goals of this event is to engage and inspire Hoboken’s budding scientists and engineers in the fun and excitement of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics,” said Dr. Nariman Farvardin, president of Stevens Institute of Technology. “STEM is everywhere, in iPhones and video games, in medical advances and in innovations that make our City more secure and resilient in future storms like Hurricane Sandy. We hope that many of the students who attend the STEM-a-thon will consider pursuing STEM degrees and careers.”
“As one of the city’s leading not-for-profit organizations that strives to develop programs to unify our community, we are excited to partner with Stevens Institute of Technology to bring this program to all of our schools and engage students to solve fun STEM challenges in an academic setting” says HFA Director of Finance, Ms. Rachel Matthai. HFA sponsored and secured educational STEM field trips and workshops in the local area for each of the schools. The students were thrilled that some of these experiences included robotics, DNA analysis, disaster relief urban planning, and citywide simulation wireless networks.
Several Stevens Institute student volunteers were on hand to support and guide the 6th graders as they went about the various activities. After the fun and challenging day of STEM activity, each of the 6th graders were pleasantly surprised by the gift of a class party donated by local food businesses. The parties were donated by Basile’s Pizza, Ben and Jerry’s, Benny Tudino’s, City Bistro, Dozzino’s, Margherita’s, Napoli’s, Panello’s, Rita’s Italian Ice, Slider Street and Uptown Pizzeria.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer, Assemblyman Carmelo Garcia and representatives of Stevens Institute of Technology and Hoboken Family Alliance addressed the students and congratulated them on their hard work and enthusiastic participation.
Celebrating its 10th year, the OLG Funfest — a festival featuring fun for the entire family — will take place Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7. Attractions include kids rides, face-painting, games, festival foods, a biergarten with live entertainment, vendors selling arts and crafts, plus more!
The Nitefest starts the festivities Saturday evening, and runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Live entertainment returns with The Sam Haiman Band: a blend of Asbury Park, Texas Blues and Laurel Canyon folk. They will perform throughout the evening in the biergarten, which features varieties of craft beers and sangria, various foods plus games of chance.
The OLG Funfest continues the action on Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Activities include bounce houses, pony rides, face-painting, games for all ages, a tricky tray, a 50/50 raffle, vendors selling arts and crafts plus a book sale. Food, spirits and games of chance continue in the biergarten.
Our Lady of Grace Church is located on 400 Willow Street, between Fourth and Fifth Streets, in Hoboken. Additional information can be found at our website at: http://www.olgfunfest.com or at our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ourladyofgracefunfest .