Local Women Need Supplies for Haiti

Dr. Muni Tahzib of Hoboken Asthma and Allergy and Maryanne Fike, another Hoboken resident, recently went on a relief mission to Haiti. They were featured in the Hoboken Reporter this week (see link below). They want to organize another trip, and are appealing to local residents for donations. See letter

A Special Thanks to All Our Cabin Fever Raffle Donors

Special thanks for all our Cabin Fever raffle donors who helped support our HFA Project Play Initiative. Merchants include: Aarra * Amanda’s * Ariele’s Apothecary * Barefoot Books * Baskets of Distinction * Battaglia’s Home * Be Vocal * Bella Bellies Studio * Bellie and Katrina * Benny Tudino’s *

Think Global, Act Local

A Day of Family Fun & Community Spirit for All Join the Fun Date: Sat, Feb 27th Time: 11:30am – 2:30pm Location: Jubilee Center 601 Jackson Street, Hoboken Tickets: $10 per family All proceeds will be donated to Jubilee Center & Haiti Relief Special Request Donation: 1 Children’s book per

Photos from Cabin Fever by Hong Miao Photography

Hong Miao quit from her job on Wall Street to pursue her passion in photography. She is establishing a business in portrait and events photography, and she has posted these images from Cabin Fever that you can look at and purchase online. Click here to see photos.

Benefit for Haiti Relief at the W Hotel, Thursday, Feb 25th

“The Benefit For Haiti” Presented by Party With Purpose Thursday, February 25th 7:00 to 10:00 pm The Chandelier Room at the W Hoboken (blocks from the PATH and NJ Transit) – Appetizers by Zylo Steakhouse – Special mixed drinks and beer included – Auction and Special Guests – $100 per

Indoor Fun At The Hoboken Family Alliance

Ron Albanese (AKA Polka Dot) wrote a nice review of last week’s Cabin Fever Festival on hoboken.patch.com “The Hoboken Family Alliance’s eight annual Cabin Fever festival was held on Saturday, February 6, and it was certainly one to remember. First, there was a notable venue change; while the venerable Elks

Brunch at USH, Sunday February 14, 10:30am

Brunch with David Kushner, author of Levittown: Two Families, One Tycoon, and the Fight for Civil Rights in America’s Legendary Suburb. How one entrepreneurial Jewish family built the nation’s post-war paradise suburban community outside of Philadelphia, and how another Jewish family fought successfully to integrate it. RSVP to the synagogue

Julie Pasqual tells Trickster Tales at Hoboken Library

Storyteller Julie Pasqual will tell stories for Black History Month at the Hoboken Public Library on Wednesday, February 17 at 3:15 PM.  Hear stories of Anasi the Spiderman, Brer Rabbit, and other trickster tales.  This is a family event.  No reservations required.  For listings of all Hoboken Library Programs, visit the website


The Hoboken Health Department in conjunction with Hoboken University Medical Center FREE H1N1 SWINE FLU VIRUS IMMUNIZATIONS will be offered in assumption hall (3rd street entrance) at Hoboken University Medical Center Saturday, December 19, 2009 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Supply is limited—first come – first served ONLY THESE PRIORITY