• HobokenGirl Weekend Events Guide: April 4th Edition

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     The HobokenGirl Weekend Events Guide is here, just in time for the weekend!  

    See what’s happening ’round the Mile Square {from basketball to anime to blowouts}:

     

    1. NCAA March Madness at Village Pourhouse

    March Madness Pourhouse

    Come to Pourhouse to watch the NCAA March Madness tournament and enjoy $12 Coors Light pitchers, burger and wings specials!

    2. NCAA March Madness at Victory Sports Bar & Club

    Every day Victory Sports Bar at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment will open at noon, and guests can enjoy daily brackets and games including a basketball hoop, beer pong, quarters, and air hockey. There will also be multiple opportunities to win tickets to the watch the East Regional Sweet Sixteen Games and the East Regional Elite Eight Games.

     

    3. Castle Point Anime Convention: Saturday, April 5th, 9AM-10PM

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    The members of the Stevens Anime Club present the sixth annual Castle Point Anime Convention. Located in Hoboken, NJ, the Castle Point Anime Convention will be hosting a variety of events such as anime showings, game tournaments, artist alley, and informative panels. {Think: Role Models the movieAll ages are welcome to CPAC. However, children under 13 years old MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times. Both the parent/guardian and the child must register (pre-registration or otherwise) to attend the convention.

    For tickets, click here.

     

     4. 350th Birthday of New Jersey Poetry Event at the Hoboken Historical Museum: Sunday, April 6 at 3PM, 1301 Hudson St.

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    The Museum is teaming up with nonprofit literary press CavanKerry Press to celebrate the state’s 350th birthday with a showcase bringing together the past and present of New Jersey poetry in a special event at the Hoboken Historical Museum on Sunday, April 6 at 3 pm.

    This two-hour public event feature three living “iconic” poets reading from their own work and seven contemporary New Jersey poets reading poems written by their great historic predecessors as well as their own new poems inspired by them. Dr. Mary Rizzo, Public Historian at Rutgers University, will give insights into the importance of their works in American literary history.

    5. Blowout Zone Opening Party: Sunday, 4PM-6:30PM , 732 Jefferson Street

    blowoutzone openingHoboken’s newest blowout spot hosts its opening party this Sunday! Details here.

    PS: Free Fro Yo Delivery from 16 Handles til April 16:

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    Upcoming Week Events:

    Monday, April 7 at 12 noon – Pulaski Skyway Info Session at Stevens {more info here}

    This will be a FREE public information session given by the Hudson Transportation Management Authority on the Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation Project and the April 12th closure of Northbound lanes affecting the Hoboken community.

    Tuesday, April 8 at 12 noonSkip the Line {via True Mentors} for FREE CONE DAY at Ben & Jerry’s Hoboken

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

    Tuesday, April 8 at 8PM – Trivia Night at Mills Tavern

    Wednesday, April 9 – Trivia Night at Wicked Wolf

    Wednesday, April 9 – “Wednesdays Afterwork into the Night!” at Teak on the Hudson

    Wednesday, April 9 from 7-8PM – Wednesdays Bright Lights N’ Bling Zumba Party every week at the Jubilee Center, details here.

    Wednesday, April 9 at 9PM – Karaoke Night at Village Pourhouse

    Thursday, April 10 at 6-7:30PM – Hoboken Library presents “Planning for College” – info here.

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

     

    What will you be up to this weekend? Have an amazing one! #TGIF

     


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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