Heirloom Garlic Festival at Hoboken Historical Museum

Heirloom Garlic-Tasting Festival

October 12, 2014 • 1-5pm

Location: Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., (201) 656-2240

Savor the pungent flavor of more than a dozen varieties of “the stinking rose,” trucked in Jersey-fresh from Wantage, NJ, by farmers Rich and Sue Sisti, who bring other fresh produce for sale as well.

NIA Dance – Martial Arts – Healing

with NIA
Dance – Martial Arts – Healing

Mondays, 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Monroe Street Movement Space, 720 Monroe Street, Room 504A, Hoboken

Wednesdays, 8 – 9 p.m.
Grassroots Community Space, 54 Coles Street, Jersey City

Experience Fitness Fusion!
Come for a high energy, low- impact class taken barefoot to soul-stirring music. Move beyond traditional aerobics to work out (not wear out) your body, mind, emotion and spirit. Step into your own journey with Nia, and positively shape the way you feel, look, think and live.

Contact: Amy (201) 320-0798


Fund For a Better Waterfront Annual Fundraiser


Connect the Waterfront: Past, Present, Future
7:00 TO 9:30 P.M.

Join us for an evening of music, dancing, entertainment, fine food & drink, all for a great cause! Emily Turonis and her quintet will provide the music, and Col. John Stevens, creator of the original plan for Hoboken in 1804, will make a special appearance. Enjoy a silent auction of restaurant dinners, fine wine, a signed football jersey from Eli Manning & more. FBW will present its annual Riparian Award to honor an individual who has provided exceptional community service to the waterfront. Zafra Restaurant will cater this event with its Little Latin Dishes.

Your continued support is critical to the ultimate success of our waterfront. Tickets are available online for $75 and at the door for $85.

website: http://betterwaterfront.org/connect-the-waterfront-past-present-future/

American Legion Block Party, Saturday, October 11th

Block Party in support of Hoboken American Legion Post 107
Saturday, October 11th 2014
12pm – 6pm
2nd Street between Willow and Clinton
Free Bounce House and Live Music
Donations accepted
Hot Dogs and Burgers for sale
Cupcakes and Lemonade for sale
Rain or Shine

Dine Out for CASA at BIN 14 on October 14th

Please join Hudson County CASA on
Tuesday, October 14th as we enjoy delicious food
and wine at Bin 14 in Hoboken.

In an effort to support children in foster care,
Bin 14 has graciously agreed to donate a percentage of sales throughout the entire day: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Check out the scrumptious Menu at Bin 14 and invite your friends and family to help Hudson County CASA
in its important work on behalf of abused
and neglected children.

When: Tuesday, October 14, 2014
From 11 A.M. To 11 P.M.
Where: Bin 14 Trattoria & Wine Bar
1314 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030

16th Annual Stevens Harvest Festival, Sunday, Oct. 19

16th Annual Stevens Harvest Festival, Sunday, Oct. 19
Market Oval Place at Stevens Cooperative School
Newport Campus
100 River Drive
Jersey City

Hoboken High School Open House – Oct 21st

Tuesday, Oct 21st
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
9th and Clinton Street

Everyone is welcome! This is a great opportunity to see the facilities (computer labs, science labs, robotics lab, theater, pool, culinary kitchen, art studio, tv/video production studio, wood shop and much more), meet the wonderful staff and learn about the academic courses, interesting electives and the many clubs and athletic programs. Chat with current parents and students too.

All are welcome! Come along and bring a friend :)
For more information, call the main office at 201-356-3703

Hoboken Historical Museum’s Annual House Tour, Oct. 26

Visit 10 Magnificent Homes on the Hoboken Historical Museum’s Annual House Tour, Oct. 26, 10 am – 4 pm

Tour Features a Mix of Downtown, Midtown and Uptown Homes, in Diverse Styles and Vintages; Last Year’s Tour Sold Out! Tickets on Sale Now, Save $10

On Sunday, Oct. 26, the public has a chance to visit ten stunning Hoboken residences and a historic collection of Stevens family artifacts in the annual Hoboken House Tour, a fundraiser for the Hoboken Historical Museum. The tour offers a signature mix of elegant Victorian row houses, contemporary condos, and a few historic buildings, including a grand residence on the campus of Stevens Institute of Technology, and a chance to visit the Mary Stuart Stevens Baird room in the Samuel C. Williams Library on campus.

This year’s tour is packed with fascinating residences, leading tour goers through many different neighborhoods around Hoboken, from downtown to uptown, and offering amazing views from Maxwell Place and the Stevens campus. The self-guided tour takes about two to three hours on foot, with homes opening at 10 a.m. and closing at 4 p.m. For convenience, tour goers may pick up a House Tour booklet and start the tour from either of two locations: The Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., or the Hoboken Fire Department Museum, 213 Bloomfield St. Homes may be visited in any order, and a map is included in the booklet. Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 the day of the tour (Museum members pay $30).

Highlights include:

  • Several grand 19th century homes that have been reclaimed and restored to single-family residences after years as multifamily housing, with many original details preserved.
  • Brand-new condominium buildings with the latest appliances and finishes, and Gold LEED-certified, energy-saving systems.
  • The skillful touch of talented interior designers Carol Swift and Suzanne Cummings, integrating bold wallpapers, subtle colors and statement furniture pieces into harmonious retreats.
  • Homes with idiosyncratic design, including a home filled with eclectic furniture that was salvaged, rebuilt or reclaimed, and many filled with homeowners’ cherished art collections.
  • A loft-like space with concrete floors, exposed ductwork and skylights, with an industrial feel softened by comfortable elegant furnishings.

Tour goers can save time and money by buying tickets online, by visiting the Museum’s website, www.hobokenmuseum.org, or by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/HouseTour2014.

Volunteers are needed to staff the tour locations during the day. Please contact volunteer@nullhobokenmuseum.org for details.

Mile Square Theater presents CYRANO

Mile Square Theater presents CYRANO

October 11 – 26
Saturdays @ 2pm and 5pm
Sundays @ 11am and 3pm
at the Edge Lofts
14th and Clinton, Hoboken

NOTE: on October 26 @ 5pm, there will be an adjusted performance for children with special needs and their loved ones, sponsored by The Kessler Foundation.

Purchase Tickets: milesquaretheatre.org

What if you could single-handedly fight off 100 men? Or if your wit was as sharp as the sword you carry? And you wrote poetry that could make any person weep? Wouldn’t these attributes win you the affection of the woman you love? Not if you are Cyrano, whose oversized nose shames him into silence, believing no one could love him.

Mile Square Theatre presents Cyrano, Jo Roet’s delightful adaptation of the classic tale about a poet-warrior with a very large nose and even larger heart. This swashbuckling production features 15 characters played by three versatile actors who bring the story to life with wild theatricality.

Lenard Petit (star of MST’s A Christmas Carol and Artistic Director of the Michael Chekhov Studios) returns to MST’s stage as Cyrano, reprising his performance that opened MST’s doors 12 years ago. He is joined by emerging artists Meeya Davis and Will Hardyman.

Tickets: $22 for adults and $12 for students/seniors
Purchase Tickets: milesquaretheatre.org, or at the door.
Reservations are STRONGLY recommended.

While Mile Square Theatre (MST), Hudson County’s premiere professional theatre company, builds its new theatre space in The Artisan at 1408 Clinton Street, the company will perform across the street in the intimate Edge Lofts at 1405 Clinton, thanks to the generosity of Bijou Properties.


Yoga Classes for Kids on the ASD Spectrum

Trial yoga classes for children on the autism spectrum and parent/caregiver will be held in Downtown Hoboken this Fall. Why yoga?
In addition to the traditional benefits of yoga, it often provides the following benefits for those with ASD:

  • Reduction of pain, aggression and anxiety
  • Reduction of obsessive and self-stimulatory behaviors
  • More control in regulating anxiety & emotions

For more information, class times and availability please contact us at, fullspectrumyoga108@nullgmail.com.

Batia Zumwalt, MA, CFDM, works as a Behavior Consultant for children in home and school settings. Her specialty is creating protocols for managing behaviors based on parental concerns or IEP goals. She has a private practice for intensive discrete trial learning and for family mediation. She is a certified yoga teacher.

Julie Pasqual is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher who has worked at homeless and battered women’s shelters. Through her work as a professional storyteller, and a performer in hospitals for the Big Apple Circus Clown Care program she has worked with children of all ages and all abilities.

David Kessler, certified yoga teacher and certified yoga teacher for children with handicaps and disabilities. His involvement in the Best Buddies mentoring program has been a catalyst to infuse his enthusiasm for helping the special needs population with his passion for yoga and the mind/body connection.

All three are registered with the Yoga Alliance.

Suggested donation of $10 all proceeds will go to Autism Speaks.