HobokenGirl Weekend Event Guide: October 17th Edition

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What a drag this week has been. Luckily there are many things happening this weekend to keep you busy! Enjoy one {or more} of these fun events:

Divas in Heels Friday, October 3-Friday, October 24

Break out those pumps and dance!

Break out those pumps and dance!

Dancing in high heels helps you feel sexy and graceful, the most powerful and sexy women are the ones who are totally relaxed in their own bodies. Once the body is warm & confident, It’s time to get those beautiful heels out . Dancing in heels takes skill & a massive amount of core strength. When you’re dancing in heels, you want to be light on your feet & centered in your body. Once you’re sorted with your shoes, the DIVA in you is good to go! All that’s left is to strut your stuff with pride & confidence, and nothing gives a woman more confidence than the most beautiful pair of shoes on her feet!

Contact fitnessmeetsdance@gmail.com for more info!

“Imagined Realities” Exhibit at Hob’art Gallery – Friday, October 10-Sunday, November 2

Miriam Untoria: “Nena: Remembered," 2014, acrylic and mixed media, 20” x 34”

Miriam Untoria: “Nena: Remembered,” 2014, acrylic and mixed media, 20” x 34”

The exhibition “IMAGINED REALITIES” is open at hob’art co-operative gallery, 720 Monroe Street, E208, Hoboken, NJ. Miriam Untoria and Meredeth Turshen will present artwork in the mediums of acrylic, oil paint, pastel, mixed media and assemblages. “IMAGINED REALITIES” will be open to the public from Friday, October 10 through Sunday, November 2, 2014. In addition, during Hoboken’s monthly Gallery Walk on Sunday, October 19, the artists will speak about their technique and processes at 3:30 pm.

Regular gallery hours are Thursday through Sunday, 1 – 5 pm, and by appointment.

formation may be obtained at www.hob-art.org or from gallery director France Garrido, 201-319-1504 or director@hob-art.org

Cosmetic Graveyard Sale at Washington General Store — Saturday, October 18 at 12-4PM

509 Washington Street!

509 Washington Street!

Bring your old cosmetics with “gory” ingredients and receive 20% off botanical cosmetics. A makeup artist will help create a new look while you peruse the shop for different items. Bring a friend = get a free gift! Also, 15% off anything in the store during the event!

Suki Skincare Event at Luxe Face & Body — Saturday, October 18 at 1-5PM

Protect those pores!

Protect those pores!

An afternoon of youth elixirs, Indonesian-inspired refreshments, and mini facials to kick off the launch of the JUARA Radiance Vitality Oil! Every customer who signs up for a mini facial will receive and exclusive preview vial of the new editor-favorite signature oil. Spaces are limited, call or email to book your appointment today!

201-222-2472 or jahnalyn@luxefaceandbody.com

Barre Crawl for Boobies — Saturday, October 18

A really awesome deal

A really awesome deal

The event costs $99 and includes 3 barre classes at 3 locations plus a barre crawl tank, treats, a raffle entry, and an after party with surprises. Visit here for more details!


True Mentors Scavenger Hunt: Saturday, October 18th


The True Mentors Scavenger Hunt is here! Over $700 in prizes and helping to raise money for a good cause. Sign up here.


Pier 13 Closes for the Season. 


Pierre is not the happiest about this news. Til next year, #13!


Two to Tango at The Hudson School — Sunday, October 19 at 3PM

An afternoon of music for the whole family. Free admission. Bios on the performers are below:

Pamela Ross, an award winning pianist/actress/writer/recording artist, is a veteran soloist, theatrical artist, and chamber musician. Her critically acclaimed unique one woman shows have had long runs Off Broadway and in theatres and performing arts venues around the world. Miss Ross has performed as soloist with major orchestras and is a recording artist with several widely distributed CDs and DVDs.  Currently she is a member of the music technology faculty at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ. Visit her at www.pamelaross.com. Cellist Grace Ho, a native of Taiwan, is an active soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and Taiwan. Grace has performed with orchestras around the world, including the Lewisville Lake Symphony Orchestra, Ho Chi Ming City Symphony Orchestra, Sun Taipei Philharmonic, Manhattan School of Music Philharmonic Orchestra, University of North Texas Chamber Orchestra, and the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra. Grace is currently pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts at the Manhattan School of Music with full scholarship. She received the Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Texas and the Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music, graduating with the Pablo Casals Award.


Upcoming Week Events

Tuesday, October 21 at 7-11PM — Jack’s Cabin Event Hosted by Councilman Tim Occhipinti and Britney Montgomery. Half-priced appetizers and drink specials! RSVP here.

Tuesday, October 21 at 8PM – Trivia Night at Four L’s

Tuesday, October 21 at 8PM – Trivia Night at Mills Tavern

Wednesday, October 22 – Trivia Night at Wicked Wolf

Wednesday, October 22 at 3:30PM — Halloween Magnet and Button Making at Hoboken Public Library (Ages 8-18)

Wednesday, October 22 at 6-8PM – Learning How To Draw With Frank Pariso: Drawing Classes for Adults at Hob’Art Gallery (Weekly classes; Each class is $20 each).

Wednesday, October 22 at 6-9PM — 1st Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Event at Up & Out Blowout Bar. For each blowout, $8 will be donates to Susan G. Komen North Jersey. Complimentary conditioning treatments for all wearing pink! RSVP by October 18

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Thursday, October 23 at 7-9PM — Wine tasting & hors d’oeuvres with a $20 donation to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. At 155 6th Street! RSVP by October 20th.

Thursday, October 23 at 10PM – College Night at Wicked Wolf ($3 cans, $8 pitchers, $4 fireball shots)

What will you be doing? Happy weekend! xo

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Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of HobokenGirl.com. With deep entrepreneurial roots in Hudson County — as her grandparents owned textile businesses on Tonnelle Ave in North Bergen dating back to the 50s — she started the site as a Hoboken resident to discover the amazing things happening in the area. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her two pups, or watching Bravo TV and ordering takeout with her husband.