HobokenGirl Weekend Events Guide: March 21st Edition

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 Another fun-filled weekend in Hoboken! Check out the weekend guide below to see what’s going on:

1. “Luminescent” Exhibition at the Hob’Art Gallery: Thursday-Sunday


Come to  Monroe Art Center Friday for the “Luminescent” Exhibition, featuring artists Starr Tucker-Ortega and France Garrido.  It is on display until Sunday, March 30, Thursday to Sunday from 1:00-5:00PM and by appointment.

2. 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!

3. 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.

4. Hoboken Meetup Chocolate Event: Saturday 10-11AM

Chocolate Meetup Event

Come by Zen Space this Saturday morning and enjoy free samples of high antioxidant healthy dark chocolate!

5. Dr. Joseph Fretta at EC Beauty Studio: Friday

EC Beauty Botox

Specialist Dr. Joseph Fretta will be at EC Beauty Studio this Saturday, and don’t forget to mention Hoboken Girl when you go for $10 off!

6. Trunk Show at Peper & Parlor: Saturday 11AM-6PM

Samantha Pleet

Head over to Peper & Parlor this Saturday for their 3rd  Trunk Show of the season featuring Samantha Pleet. She will be at the shop and help style you in her designs.

7. Women’s History Month at Hoboken Public Library: Saturday 11AM

Hoboken Library

The Hoboken Public Library is celebrating Women’s History Month and will be having an event, On Writing and Motherhood, panhel discussion and brunch.

8. Mile Square Dates Singles Workout: Saturday 1PM

This Saturday, Mile Square Dates (a Hoboken based singles events business) is hosting a Singles Workout by CKO-Grand. Make sure to be dressed in workout attire, and bring water, but water will also be sold. Get more info and register here.

9. Morning Yoga at the NJ Running Store: Sunday 11AM

Janel DuRoss will be at the NJ Running Store offering a complimentary in-store class (donations encouraged!). It will be an open level class, welcoming first timers, beginners, and advanced practitioners – don’t forget to bring your mat!

10. Mile Square Dates Wine Tasting: Sunday 3PM

Miles Square Dates will also be having a Wine Tasting for Beginners Sunday at Bin 14. Try lots of new wines while meeting lots of new people! Light snacks will be served. Register and get more info here.

11. Take a Cab We’ll Pay Your Tab: Now-April 1st

Fun Bars uber special

Funbars (home of Village Pourhouse, Little Town NJ, SideBAR, and Hudson Terrace) partners with Uber and will match up to $25 in Uber or cab fare at any of their Manhattan locations, and up to $5 at their Hoboken spots. Once you arrive at a Funbars location, ask your driver for a receipt, and once inside present it to your server who will start your tab with with same amount as your fare.


And don’t forget, the Hoboken Historical Museum’s Swingin’ Speakeasy is THIS Saturday night. For more details and tickets — click here!

Swingin Speakeasy

Upcoming Week Events:

Tuesday, March 25 at 8PM – Trivia Night at Four L’s

Tuesday, March 25 at 8PM – Trivia Night at Mills Tavern

Wednesday, March 26 – Trivia Night at Wicked Wolf

Wednesday, March 26 – “Wednesdays Afterwork into the Night!” at Teak on the Hudson

Wednesday, March 26 from 7-8PM – Wednesdays Bright Lights N’ Bling Zumba Party every week at the Jubilee Center, details here.

Wednesday, March 26 at 9PM – Karaoke Night at Village Pourhouse

Thursday, March 27 at 10PM – College Night at Wicked Wolf ($3 cans, $8 pitchers, $4 fireball shots)

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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.