Top 14 Things To Do In Hoboken + Jersey City This Week {April 6, 2017}

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It’s a beautiful week for some yoga, live rock music, blowouts + bubbly {champagne while you get pampered? No, you’re not dreaming}, Easter festivities, Italian food tasting + more. As always, we’ve got your Mile Square + JC to-do list for this weekend – how will you fit it all in?

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Blowouts and Bubbly at Tre Chique: Every Monday – Wednesday {Until July 1st} from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Treat yo’ self to an afternoon of pampering at Tre Chique Salon in Hoboken – every Monday through Wednesday from now until July 1st, you can enjoy a $30 blowout + a glass of bubbly from 11 – 2 PM. Champagne and a new ‘do? Yes, please. Perfect way to take a day off from work mid-week.

Marjorie Galen at Little City Books: Thursday, April 6th at 4:00 PM

Hoboken mamas: if you have an aspiring mini-fashion designer {roughly 6-12 years old}, Marjorie Galen, author of The Fashion Designer’s Handbook, is paying a visit to Little City Books on Thursday evening. Kids are welcome to bring their own doll while Galen helps them to create their own fashionable clothing with bows + buttons – it’s a great opportunity to let them get creative. The event is free to attend, but a book purchase {which comes with materials} is required – RSVP here.

Piazza Italia at Kings Food Market {Uptown Location}: Thursday, April 6th from 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Need to spice things up in the cucina? Bring the authenticity of Italian food to your dinner table with Kings Food Market’s brand new imported items from Italy {and by brand new, we mean never-before found in the United States – say what?}. Stop by their Hoboken location this Thursday to sample pastas, vinegars + oils, sauces, prosciutto + crackers, coffee, tea, and a ton of other items made exclusively by Italian artisans – and follow up the tasting with an olive oil class from 6-8 PM. Delizioso!

Bloomsbury Square + West Village Tribe Pop-Up at Love Liesel: Thursday, April 6th from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Kicking off their April pop-us, Love, Liesel {353 Grove St. JC} is featuring Bloomsbury Square, a handmade natural and organic apothecary line, where they will be unveiling their new floral facial mist. Also, West Village Tribe will be displaying their spring line of gorgeous “jewelry for wanderers.”

Betrayal By Harold Pinter at Mile Square Theatre: Thursday, April 6th at 7:00 PM – Sunday, April 23rd at 3:00 PM

Betrayal by Harold Pinter is still playing at Mile Square Theatre this weekend! If you haven’t seen it already {which we highly recommend you do}, come by this weekend {or next}, for a show that’ll have you sitting at the edge of your seat, no doubt. Catch the drama on Thursdays at 7 PM, Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 3 + 8 PM, or Sundays at 3 PM.

National Beer Day at Zeppelin Hall: Friday, April 7th from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Beer lovers, rejoice! Zeppelin Hall, dubbed Buzzfeed‘s “most popular bar in NJ,” is celebrating National Beer Day with live music, discounted wine, beer + cocktails, as well as a Midnight Happy Hour special {half-priced well drinks and select beers until 2 AM}. Additionally, there will be free parking and no cover charge. Drink up! 

Yoga for Better Sex at Devotion Yoga Studio: Friday, April 7th from 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM

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We all know that doing yoga reaps a long list of benefits, but who knew it could actually improve intimacy between you + your partner? This Friday at Devotion Yoga, learn to love your body + become more sensual during a “Yoga for Better Sex” workshop with Amy Mareno. Beginners, experts, and everyone in between: you can take the class alone for $45, or with your S/O for $80 – either way, you’re sure to walk away rejuvenated. Sign up here.

The Great Egg Hunt at Hamilton Park in Jersey City: Saturday, April 8th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

April is going to be jam-packed with Easter festivities, but – the Easter Egg Hunt {at Hamilton Park} in Jersey City this weekend is a great way to celebrate Spring and give back to the community simultaneously. Not only can you bring your little ones {8 & under} for a fun and exciting afternoon of entertainment + egg hunting, but participants are encouraged to bring canned goods for the Local Food Pantry. BYOB {bring your own basket!} and let the holiday festivities commence!

Ayurveda Workshop at Asana Soul Practice: Saturday, April 8th from 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

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Ever heard of Ayurveda? It’s the “sister science to yoga,” and this weekend nutrition specialist + resident yoga instructor Tayma Gandur, as well as ayurvedic specialist Sima Farage are hosting a workshop at Asana Soul Practice to show you the ropes. Learn how to live a healthy lifestyle based on your own composition {your “dosha”}, as well as recipes food recipes and homemade beauty products. You’ll even be DIY’ing your own exfoliating creamsign up now {open to both members + non-members} to learn how to look + feel like the best and healthiest version of yourself, especially with summer right around the corner!

The Art of Grounding Workshop at Real Hot Yoga: Saturday, April 8th from 2:00 PM – 3:45 PM

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Get grounded at Real Hot Yoga {1414 Grand Street, Hoboken} this Saturday afternoon for a Grounding Workshop, where you’ll use the NABOSO training mat {created by Dr. Emily Splichal} to help you gain a stronger pelvic floor, more muscle, and overall better posture. Feel more rooted to the Earth in this workshop instructed by Sarah Flaherty, that will keep you feeling, well – grounded! Sign up here.

American Legion Fundraiser at Hoboken Elks Club: Saturday, April 8th from 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

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This Saturday, come out to the Hoboken Elk’s Club to support the American Legion + their efforts to build housing units for homeless veterans: The Hoboken Rotary Club is hosting a fundraiser to help raise money, and your contributions will go a long way. Tickets to the event include munchies, an open bar, and live music by The Counterfeiters + Undercover – a great night for a great cause, indeed! 

Cemetery Goats at PJ Ryan’s Squared: Saturday, April 8th from 9:00 PM – 1:00 AM

Head to PJ Ryan’s Squared in Jersey City to watch Cemetery Goats rock the stage this Saturday night: who needs Times Square when you’ve got great music + great vibes right here in the Journal Square? Enjoy a lively night of good company, rock music, drinks, food {PJ Ryan’s has a pretty mouthwatering menu, BTW: buff chick tacos, chickpea hummus + fried cauliflower? Yum.} – and, no cover! 

Dance Against Cancer at Work It Out Willow: Sunday, April 9th from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

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Celebrate cancer survivors at Work it Out Willow with a donation-based {$25 minimum} CandyBarre class {a ballet barre workout that firms, shapes, + lengthens your muscles using isometric toning + strength training} led by instructor Cassie Roberts Rossi. Get movin’ for a good cause!

Vintage Shimmer Pop-Up Shop at The Hair Room Jersey City: Sunday, April 9th  from 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM

In need of a fresh, new spring wardrobe? Shimmer Vintage shop has got you covered this Sunday: they’re hosting a pop-up shop at The Hair Room in Jersey City, where you can splurge on adorable clothes {because everyone needs a little retail therapy every now + then… but more now}.

Upcoming Weekday Events: 

Monday, April 10th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM: Paint Nite at O’Hara’s Downtown {172 1st Street, Jersey City}. Paint a spring landscape + enjoy drink specials all night {$25 class email alantrini@gmail.com to reserve a spot}.

Tuesday, April 11th from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM: Silent Showcase for Hudson Speaks Against Sexual Violence at Brightside Tavern {141 Bright Street, Jersey City}. Additional info here.

Wednesday, April 12th at 7:00 PM: Author Stephanie Danler at Little City Books {100 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken}.  RSVP here.

What will you be up to? Tag us in your weekend activities @HobokenGirlBlog!

See More: A List Of {April 2017} Volunteer Opportunities In Hoboken And Jersey City

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Krista is a 20-something Jersey Girl who lives in oversized sweaters and oversized sunglasses. Although she currently resides in North Jersey, she was born and raised in South Jersey and will always choose a hoagie over a sub and a pork roll over Taylor ham in the endless debates. She believes wholeheartedly in Sunday dinners, retail therapy, and stellar Instagram captions. When she’s not writing, shopping, or pretending to be a better skier than she actually is, she can be found winding down with a glass of Riesling in one hand and a good book or magazine in the other.


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