Get Spooked! Join the Museum and Hoboken’s The Theater Company for “Scary Stories on the Waterfront” at Sybil’s Cave on Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31. Producing Artistic Director David Zimmerman promises dramatic candlelit readings of classic ghost stories from different cities, including stories related to Sybil’s cave itself. The cave is
October 30-November 1 Friday 9am-7pm Sat: 9am-6pm Sunday 9am-4pm Grand Central Terminal Walt Disney Studios will take tot he rails for a once-in-a-lifetime experience where guests can get a behind-the-scenes look at the magic, the spectacle, and the cutting edge technology of Disney’s “A Christmas Carol” starring Jim Carrey and
Hudson Theatre Ensemble Children’s Series Silly on Sixth! presents a zany Goldilocks and The Three Bears 2 Performances remaining: Halloween Costumes Welcome Sat. Oct. 31, 2009 11AM & 1PM Hudson School Performance Space 601 Park Ave Hoboken, NJ 07030 *******Call for Birthday or Halloween Reservations! ****** $6 for Kids; $8
Parent alert: the Walt Disney Company is now offering refunds for all those “Baby Einstein” videos that did not make children into geniuses. See New York Times article about how to get your refund. Click Here
Saturday October 31, Begins at 1pm Line of march begins at 12:15pm on Washington Street bet. 13th & 14th Street featuring bands, floats and more. Followed by costume contest at Little League Field on 5th St. & River Terrace. Prizes awarded in five age categories.
On Tuesday, October 13th, HFA will co-sponsor our 5th annual All School Open House. It will be in the gym of Hoboken High School, 800 Clinton Street, Hoboken. We have invited representatives from all of the area schools to be available from 5-8pm to speak with parents. We are working
Photographer Marie Papp kindly donated her time and talent to photograph the Egg Hunt and here are some of the highlights. To see more and purchase images that you like go to: www.mariepapp.com, Click on INFO then CLIENT ACCESS. Type in “Easter” for password. Despite the rain, we had a
Welcome to the New Hoboken Family Alliance website. We are moving to a blog format to allow better communication with our members and the public. You will find new features on the website as we continue to upgrade. You will still find our popular events calendar and bulletin board, which