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Hoboken Girl’s Events Guide: April 10th {2015} Edition

by Kate Lombardo
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There’s a wide variety of events going on this weekend in Hoboken, definitely something that everyone can enjoy. And with weather predictions in the 60s and sunny, who wouldn’t want to get out and enjoy these great events? Whatever you choose to do, enjoy the weekend!

Hudson Theatre Ensemble Presents “Almost Maine”: Friday, April 10th – Sunday, April 19th


Hudson Theatre Ensemble presents John Cariani’s Almost, Maine, an enchanting collection of vignettes about ordinary people in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Poignant, funny, and smart, Almost, Maine is wonderfully whimsical as well as down-to- earth. This is a play to love— for its quirkiness and its unabashed romantic spirit. The show will take place at the Hudson School Performance Space located at 601 Park Avenue (6th & Park) Hoboken, NJ 07030. Tickets are $20 for General Admission and $15 for seniors & students. For information and reservations call 201-377-7014 or email reservations@hudsontheatreensemble.com. Click here for exact showtimes. 


Photography Exhibition “Microcosm” at The Monroe Center: Friday, April 10th – Sunday, May 3rd


Starr Tucker-Ortega: “Orquidea #5”, Digital Photograph, 2015

“Microcosm,” an exhibition of photography that transports the viewer to small versions of larger worlds, will be open to the public from April 10 to May 3, 2015 at the hob’art gallery, Monroe Center of the Arts, 720 Monroe Street, E208, Hoboken, NJ. The artists, Tom Egan and Starr Tucker-Ortega, use the photographic medium to produce ethereal and mystical imagery. A reception to meet the exhibitors will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 6-8pm. On Sunday, April 19, the artists will discuss their photographs and will welcome questions from visitors. Contact Tom Egan: tomegan31@gmail.com  (201) 763-6480 or Starr Tucker-Ortega: starrortega@hotmail.com (201) 978-8287 for more information.


The Benjamins Live at Wicked Wolf: Friday, April 10th at 10:00PM

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Way above the typical cover band, the BENJAMINS know exactly how to rock the party, performing songs from every genre and ere, and they’ll be playing at Wicked Wolf this Friday. They have rocked with major sports teams like the New Jersey Nets, New Jersey Devils, New York Giants & Jets, and the New York Knicks. They don’t just play music and sing- they get the entire party going, so don’t think you’ll be sitting down for this show. RSVP here to receive 1/2 price drinks for you and your friends from 8-10pm {a very happy hour!}.

Pacific Flea Spring Re-Opening in Jersey City: Saturday, April 11th from 11:00AM-6:00PM

We are so excited it’s street market time again! This weekend, Pacific Flea, a market that boasts a unique shopping experience featuring fine craft, antique and vintage items, live music, curated art shows, outdoor street art and rotating food trucks, is officially open for business again!  Come check out a variety of antique, vintage, and homemade wares, plus art, food, live music and more. The market is located at 149 Pacific Ave is Jersey City. Check out their website for more information.


Spanish Wine Tasting at Court Street: Saturday, April 11th from 1:45-4:00PM

Court Street offers wine tastings each month on a Saturday afternoon from 1:45 – 4pm and this month they’re featuring Spanish wines. The tasting features 10 wines in a sit-down, educational format. Cheese, bread and crackers are served. The cost of the tasting is $34.90 per person {including gratuity and tax}. Whether you’re new to wine or an experienced wine drinker, this is a chance to learn about and try some new wines. Click here for more information.


 Spring Detox Workshop at Devotion Yoga: Saturday, April 11th from 2-4:00PM

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Erica Arce teaches this specially designed yoga workshop that will address increased health and wellness through a class that works specifically to improve your digestion, increase your metabolism, irrigate your kidneys, strengthen the immune system and more! Yoga itself is naturally detoxifying, however, there are postures and breathing techinques that are by nature more detoxifying than others for your circulatory, digestive and lymphatic systems. This is what you’ll work with. In addition, you’ll enjoy a complimentary freshly made detox juice post class. Click here for more information.


Spaghettiaoke with Our Lady of Grace: Saturday, April 11th from 6-9:00PM


 Our Lady of Grace Church in Hoboken is hosting Spaghettiaoke- a spaghetti dinner with karaoke this Saturday. The event will include a “Graziella’s Gravies Contest” where guests can enter their pot of homemade gravy {or sauce} and win prizes. There will also be children activities, a 50/50 and a cash bar. Advance tickets are $10 for an individual or $25 for a family of four. Tickets are $13 for an individual or $30 for a family of four if purchased at the door. Call 201.659.0369 for more information.


Concert to Benefit Global Fund for Women at Maxwell’s: Saturday, April 11th at 8:00PM


The 7th-annual Concert to Benefit Global Fund for Women will once again be held at Maxwell’s this Saturday. The show will feature performances by Rob Nicholas Band, clueLess, Sylvana Joyce & The Moment, and The Back Room Deal. Hosted by Stephen Bailey, organized by Nelson Pla and presented by Clueless Events, the GFW Benefit Concerts continue to bring awareness to — and raise money for — the work of Global Fund for Women. “Global Fund for Women is an international network committed to a world of equality and social justice. Founded in 1987, this nonprofit organization defends women’s rights by making grants to support women’s groups. They promote the economic security, health, safety, education and leadership of women and girls worldwide.” Tickets are $10 and proceeds benefit the Global Fund for Women. Hoboken Girls, this organization stands for some serious girl power, let’s support this great cause!


 Holocaust Remembrance Day in Jersey City: Sunday, April 12th at 3:00PM


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This Sunday Jersey City’s Congregation B’nai Jacob located at 176 West Side Ave, will hold the 50th annual observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom Ha’Shoah. Rabbi’s from three different religious centers will co-officiate the event. The event will also feature guest speaker and Holocaust survivor, Ann Monka who was just ten years old when her hometown in Poland was invaded by the Russians. After Ann speaks, there will be a candle lighting ceremony to honor those lost in the Holocaust. Call (201) 435-5725 or email info@bnaijacobjc.org for more information.


 Where will you be celebrating Spring this weekend? Have fun!
Upcoming Weekday Events
Monday, April 13th at 8:00: Pop Culture Trivia at Maxwell’s
Tuesday, April 14th: Ben and Jerry’s Free Cone Day {yay!}
Tuesday, April 14th: Civil Rights Activist Judy Shepard at Amanda’s
Wednesday, April 15th at 6:00PM: Photography Show and Tell at the Monroe Center.
Wednesday, April 15th at 6:30PM: Hoboken Library Tea Tasting
Wednesday, April 15th at 7:00PM: Bachelor/Bachelorette Auction to benefit Relay for Life at Smokin’ Barrel
Thursday, April 16th: Happy Hour Networking at Teak
So there you go…what will you be up to this weekend?
*Smokin’ Barrel is now closed.

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