• Milk and Bookies Book Drive

    HELP INSPIRE A GENERATION OF GIVERS AND LEARNERS

    New or lightly used children's books for first
    through sixth grade lexile levels

    BOOKS WILL GO TO THE HOBOKEN
    BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB AND THE YORK
    STREET PROJECT IN JERSEY CITY

    Collections are taking place at St. Francis Church (308 Jefferson St.) through April 19th.

    Alpha Phi Omega Theta Alpha is a national coeducational fraternity located at Stevens Institute of Technology. Every spring, the notional fraternity encourages chapters to participate in Spring Youth Service Day. The goal of this program is to engage campuses and communities in service to positively impact youth, as well as to instill in them the will to serve. For this project, our chapter has partnered with Milk and Bookies, a notional charitable organization that places donated books in the hands of children around the country to foster a sense of appreciation for education. With your help, a child in Hoboken will be given the book you chose and inscribed. For the first time, they will have their very own bedtime story. Milk + Bookies and Alpha Phi Omega want to help inspire a generation of givers and to motivate the entire community.

     


  • Hudson Theatre Ensemble Silly on Sixth Children’s Series: Stone in the Road

    Stone in the RoadHudson Theatre Ensemble Silly on Sixth Children’s Series presents a funny and zany musical

    Stone in the Road

    by Kristi Thielen

    Performances at Hudson School Performance Space 601 Park Ave., Hoboken on:
    Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 11am and 1pm
    Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 11am and 1pm
    Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 11am and 1pm
    Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 11am and 1pm
    (8 performances - Show runs about 40 minutes – perfect for children 3 to 10)
      All tickets $10.00.

    Reservations: 201-377-7014 or reservations@nullhudsontheatreensemble.com

    Stone in the Road and its all-adult cast will delight children ages 3 to 10 while entertaining their families in the 17th season of the Hudson Theatre Ensemble Children's Series Silly on Sixth. It is a wonderful piece of work, filled with all the good natured action and wacky fun a kid could want, with plenty of humor that parents can appreciate while gently teaching the importance of helping others.

    And if your child has a late March or April birthday, what an easy way to celebrate by incorporating Silly on Sixth into your birthday plans!  The entire audience will sing Happy Birthday to your darling child; your group has a wonderful time seeing Stone in the Road; the kids meet the actors after the show and you can take photos of your child with the actors; then off you go to one of Hoboken's many family-friendly eateries to continue the festivities.  Just call Florence for details at 201-377-7014.

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  • Casting Groups of Guys for Culinary Experience

    Food Network is looking for guys who deserve a customized culinary experience!

    We are currently casting Dad groups to show a day in the life and be rewarded by an amazing customized culinary experience!

    LLCP and Food Network are looking for people age 21-35 who are a part of a unique and dynamic group who enjoy shared experiences through the lens of flavor and food for branded content. Casting real authentic food passionate people who know how to cook and are looking to up their game in the kitchen. Will be part of a customized culinary experience with a Food Network chef. It would shoot for one day early-mid April.

    THERE IS COMPENSATION

    Feel free to nominate yourself or someone you know! E-mail Reality@nulllizlewis.com with the following info:

    • Name (your name and the name of the person you are nominating if different from your own)
    • Where are you based?
    • What group are you involved in?
    • How many people are in that group?
    • What makes your group unique?
    • Describe a normal day with that group.

  • Run Into Summer for Hoboken Catholic Academy

    Please join us for our 8th Annual 5k Run/Walk, the 1 Mile Run and Kids Dash fundraiser to benefit HCA on the beautiful Hoboken waterfront.

    All proceeds will go towards the educational and professional development of our school.

    • June 4 09:00 AM EDT - 5K Run
    • June 4 09:10 AM EDT - 5K Walk
    • June 4 10:00 AM EDT - 1 Mile
    • June 4 10:15 AM EDT - Kid's Dash

    Register: raceroster.com/events/2017/12016/run-into-summer

    Contact Information

    hobokencatholic5k@nullgmail.com

    201-963-9535

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  • Preschool of Rock’s Spring Sings Session Begins the Week of April 17th

    Preschool of Rock's Spring Sings session begins the week of April 17th and runs for 10 weeks.
    The cost is $239

    732.205.1971
    www.preschoolofrock.com

    Monday, April 17th at 9:30AM, 10:30AM & 11:30AM @ Three Little Birds (JC) Tuesday, April 18th at 9:30AM & 10:30AM @ Monroe Street Movement Space (Midtown Hoboken)
    Wednesday, April 19th at 9:30AM & 10:30AM @ FitRxN (Downtown Hoboken)
    Wednesday, April 19th at 11AM, 12PM & 3:30PM @ Local Barre (Uptown Hoboken)
    Thursday, April 20th at 11AM & 12PM @ Local Barre (Uptown Hoboken)
    Friday, April 21st at 11AM & 12PM @ Local Barre (Uptown Hoboken)
    Saturday, April 22nd at 9:30AM & 10:30AM @ Three Little Birds (JC)
    Saturday, April 22nd at 9:30AM & 10:30AM @ Studio L (Hoboken)


  • Hoboken Fire Department Museum Story Time EVERY SUNDAY!

    Hoboken Fire Department Museum

    Story Time

    Come join us at
    213 Bloomfield St.,
    EVERY SUNDAY
    at 12:30 p.m.
    Children, 2-5 years old for
    Stories, songs and rhymes.

    $2 Suggested Donation
    (Children must be accompanied by an adult*)
    *Strollers must be left outside.

    Reservations are not required
    Contact HHM Education Curator, at education@nullhobokenmuseum.org
    with questions or, call 201-656-2240.

    Joint venture of the Hoboken Historical Museum and the Fire Department Museum.

    Sponsored by:
    Hoboken Family Alliance

    First Sunday hosted by
    Hoboken Library


  • Please join The Fund for a Better Waterfront (FBW) Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 from 6:15 pm to 8:15 PM for a Sunset Dinner Cruise to benefit FBW featuring an open bar, buffet dinner and jazz band. We'll board the Classic Harbor Line's 100-foot yacht, Manhattan II, at Chelsea Piers in NYC and sail down the Hudson River to the New York Harbor. Along the way we'll enjoy spectacular riverfront views and highlight past and present FBW projects – including our current priority, the site at Union Dry Dock. Seating is limited. For tickets and info: www.betterwaterfront.org


  • YA Authors Event at Little City Books

    Little City Books
    Saturday, March 18, 4:00pm to 6:00pm

    Seven YA authors gather at the bookstore to read and discuss their work. Admission is free. Presented by Little City Books and local author and Scholastic publisher David Levithan.


  • “Fortune” Comes to Symposia Bookstore

    FORTUNE COMES TO SYMPOSIA BOOKSTORE on Friday, March 24th at 7:30pm.

    In the summer of 2014, playwright George Cameron Grant visited the sleepy town of Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia on a much needed vacation. Instead, during a candlelight graveyard tour, he found himself standing before an unmarked grave, learning about the most unforgettable woman he had ever encountered, Black Loyalist Rose Fortune.

    On Friday, March 24th at 7:30pm, Mr. Grant brings to Symposia Bookstore the story of this encounter, his ensuing mission to write the play FORTUNE about this extraordinary woman to bring her remarkable story of tenacity and courage to the world, and to lead a crusade to place a memorial in her name at the place of her rest. He will read from the play, and take questions from the audience. Copies of FORTUNE will be available, and will be signed by the playwright following the presentation.

    FORTUNE is about the most unforgettable woman you have never known, the actual Rose Fortune, who was born a slave, and through a 90-year life span, became a symbol of truth, social equality, and human spirit.  In FORTUNE, 10-year old, courageous Rose refuses to accept failure as an option, no as an answer, or despair as a destiny.

    This event is appropriate for adults as well as children 8 and up.  Real, simple, direct, and powerful, it is the kind of theatre that can shift thinking, wake up consciousness, and change lives meaningfully.

    George is an internationally produced, award-winning author of full-length plays, screenplays, one-acts, original musicals as well as dozens of songs, and numerous monologues.  George has collaborated with New York composer Michael J. Shapiro; he is composer of Pass On The Love featured in Spike Lee’s Do It A Cappella; and he is an Addy Award winner for his work on August Wilson’s Fences.

    We look forward to seeing you at Symposia Bookstore, 510 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ.   This is a free event and light refreshments will be served.   For further details, contact Symposia at info@nullsymposia.us or at 201-963-0909.