HobokenGirl Weekend Events Guide: January 16th Edition

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It’s been a frigid week! Thankfully, there are lots of activities that will keep you warm this weekend {and entertained}! Take your pick of the below events. Also, if you prefer warmth in liquid form, I recommend the dirty chai from Bwe Kafe. Yum!

“PAX”, A Group Exhibition at Hob’Art  Thursday, January 8–Sunday, February 1 at 1-5PM 

A sample of the pieces that will be at the exhibit

A sample of the pieces that will be at the exhibit

Gallery Hours: ThursdaySunday, 1-5pm and by appointment, (201) 319-1504



Free Hoboken Fit Club at Saints Peter & Paul Church — Saturday, January 17 at 10-11AM

A free fit club every weekend! Anyone from any fitness level can join. Fit Clubs are a way to form friendships with those in the community and to stay fit. There will be a different cardio workout each week to keep it interesting, selected mainly from the following Beachbody programs: P90X, Insanity, Insanity the Asylum, and Turbofire.Anyone can purchase the workout programs or nutritionals if they choose to. For more information, contact Nastasha Olsen at hobokenfitclub@beachbodycoach.com.

“Fresh Start”, a Group Exhibition at Black Rail Coffee — Saturday, January 17–Saturday, February 7 

Jim Legge: "Fiddleheads" unedited photograph

Jim Legge: “Fiddleheads” unedited photograph

Hours: MondayFriday, 7am-6pm and Saturday, 8am-5pmArtists’ Reception: Saturday, January 17, 1-3pmContacts:
Liz Cohen                 conchart@aol.com            201-424-1275
Alison Yackanich      amyackanich@gmail.com 561-313-2581Fresh Start, a group exhibition by hob’art cooperative gallery artists, will be open to the public from January 17 to February 7, 2015, at Black Rail Coffee, 800 Jackson St (corner of Jackson & 9th), Hoboken, NJ 07030. Meet the artists at a reception to be held on Saturday, January 17, from 1-3pm. The exhibiting artists are Alberte Bernier, Jesse Ensling, Jim Legge, Frank Pariso, Rich Roberts, Starr Tucker-Ortega, and Roy Wright.

Maxwell’s Concert — Deaf Rhino & Born Cages — Saturday, January 17 at 8pm

maxwells hoboken

Face The Kings will be opening headlined by Deaf Rhino & Born Cages! Tickets! $10 each 🙂


Artists’ Talk — Sunday, January 18, 3:30pm

 PAX, a group exhibition by hob’art cooperative gallery artists, will be open to the public fromJanuary 8 to February 1, 2015 at the hob’art co-operative gallery, in the Monroe Center of the Arts, 720 Monroe Street, E208, Hoboken, NJ 07030. The artists’ reception will be held on Saturday, January 10 from 6-8pm and an artists’ talk will take place on Sunday, January 18 at 3:30pm. The exhibiting artists are Alberte Bernier, Liz Cohen, Tom Egan, Jesse Ensling, France Garrido, Roslyn Rose, Meredeth Turshen, and Roy Wright.

Bring the Light Workshop — Sunday, January 18 at 6:30pm

bloomsbury sq


Join local artisan Niambi of Bloomsbury Sq at 942 Summit in Jersey City Heights — she is hosting a candle lit meditation and intention candle making DIY class. $35 in advance on Bloomsburysq.com and $40 at the door – includes cost of soy candle making and supplies. So fun!

Pajamas & Movie Party at Work it Out — Sunday, January 18 at 3-6PM


At the WiO on Willow!

Drop the kids off in their pj’s for an afternoon movie! There will be snacks, crafts, and a showing of Ice Age: Continental Drift.

Donation: $60 for first child, $75 for 2 or more (children must be between the ages of 3 and 8 years old).

Includes: Movie, child-friendly activities and snacks. Sign-up here or call the studios:  201.222.0802 or 201.710.5458.

Upcoming Week Events

Tuesday, January 20 at 8PM – Trivia night at Mills Tavern

Wednesday, January 21 – Trivia night at Wicked Wolf

Wednesday, January 21 at 5PM – Trivia Night at Maxwell’s Tavern {50% off on all pizzas}

Thursday, January 22 at 10PM – College night at Wicked Wolf {$3 cans, $8 pitchers, $4 fireball shots}



Have a wonderful weekend!


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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.