54 Things to Do in Hoboken + Jersey City This Weekend | May 19-25

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Whether you’re heading out or staying in — this week’s Hoboken + Jersey City (and beyond) events guide has got you covered with new farmers’ markets, virtual concerts, kid-friendly events, virtual + in-person runs/walks, and many more events happening. Check out this list of all the virtual and in-person events happening in Hoboken, Jersey City, and beyond this weekend (May 19th – 25th).

Disclaimer: Events are subject to change. For the most up-to-date info, please contact the host directly.


Featured Events

Pilsener Haus & Biergarten’s Rock The Haus 2021 3-Day Music Festival

Friday, May 21st – Sunday, May 23rd| BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW

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Pilsener Haus & Biergarten (1422 Grand Street, Hoboken) is hosting a three-day music festival Rock The Haus 2021 this Friday, May 21st until Sunday, May 23rd with The Bruce Show kicking off Friday night. Grand Street between 15th and 16th streets will be turned into a summer stage + outdoor concert festival for the weekend. In addition to the summer stage, there will also be a lineup of bands inside the venue. Food and drinks will be served in the festival seating area and the concert will be simulcasted on TVs inside Pilsener Haus & Biergarten. Not to mention, Pilsener Haus is giving away a free beer to anyone who is vaccinated between May 1st and during the Rock The Haus festival. (Must be 21 years of age or older and must show proof of vaccination — either first shot, second shot, or both). Be sure to let them know Hoboken Girl sent you.

Click here to purchase your tickets and learn more about Pilsener Haus & Biergarten.


Virtual Events

HER Drive Hudson County Hosted by Students In Action

Ongoing

Students In Action, a student-run mutual aid group based in Hudson County, is hosting a menstrual and hygiene product drive in order to help distribute donations to the Hudson County community in an effort to battle period poverty. They are collecting products for ALL menstruating people. All donations will go towards care packages for members of the community. Learn more here.


Virtual INKubator New Play Festival

Now-Wednesday, May 19th

Tune into Art House Productions’ INKubator Festival featuring new plays written from 2019 to 2021. Learn more here.


2021 New Play Festival: Healing

Thursday, May 20th | 7:30PM | Thursdays in May

New Play Festival, part of the New Jersey Theatre Alliance’s 2021 Stages Festival, will present ten new plays about healing from the US, Canada, and New Zealand on four consecutive Thursdays. On Thursday, May 20th, 4 new plays will be presented: On Robots and Raindrops written and directed by Monica Cross, Random Acts of Kindness by James C. Ferguson, directed by Mark Cirnigliaro, Relativity and Me by Len Cuthbert, directed by Michole Biancosino, and Skull against the Sky by Rex McGregor, directed by Mark Cirnigliaro. Sign up here.


Hoboken Historical Museum’s Hoboken Talks Featuring Former Redwing and Hoboken Shelter Case Manager Rev. Anthony Forbes

Thursday, May 20th | 7:00PM-8:00PM | Every Thursday

Hoboken Talks

The Hoboken Historical Museum has launched a new live-streamed program called Hoboken Talks and will host them every Thursday at 7:00PM. The weekly talks will be streamed live on Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter and will feature numerous different guests from all walks of life including realtors, volunteers, photographers, writers, editors, and more. On Thursday, May 20th, Former Redwing and Hoboken Shelter case manager, Rev. Anthony Forbes will be featured on the show. Sign up here.


BW NICE Hudson County Chapter Monthly Meeting

Friday, May 21st | 8:30AM

Join BW Nice as they bring like-minded business women together and build a business within a supportive, dynamic, and charitable environment. Register here.


Mental Health Awareness Event with Hermanitas Design

Sunday, May 23rd | 3:00PM

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Join Hermanitas Design for a mental health awareness event on Sunday, May 23rd at 3:00PM on Zoom. You will be hearing from Hermanitas Design, Dorian Cattani, Marieser Delgado, Yarleen Hernandez, and Sungsoon Desouza. They will share their experiences during the pandemic with stories, art, writings, mindfulness, and lots of love and empathy. Sign up here.


NJ Tri-County CycleNation

Now-Wednesday, May 26th

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The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, is hosting CycleNation to raise awareness + funds to change the statistics. The digital experience will take place during May, American Stroke Month, where participants can ride solo or create a team to “rack up their miles”. Learn more here.


New Mental Health Groups Provided by Center for Specialized Psychology

Starting in May

Center for Specialized Psychology will be running the following groups starting in May both virtually and in-person: New Mom’s Process Group, Children of Divorced/Separated Parents, Teen Girls Self-esteem, Parents of Children that are Gender Non-conforming or Transgender, and Exploring My Substance Use {(virtual only}. If you, or someone you know, may be interested in attending, send an email to info@specialpsych.com for more information. Learn more here.


Electric Picks x Kind Campaign

Month of May

Electric Picks has launched a collaboration with Kind Campaign. The leading anti-bullying nonprofit. The collaboration includes three necklaces and 100% of proceeds will go to Kind Campaign. Shop here.


Read Hebrew in 6 Lessons

Now-Tuesday, June 1st | 7:30PM

Join an interactive 6-part Hebrew reading online course. Using timeless learning methods with contemporary psychology, this course is guaranteed to be effective in only six sessions. Sign up here.


Open Call for Artists: Creativity Corner Hosted By The Hoboken Public Library

Ongoing | 2:00PM-3:00PM

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Showcase your artwork, poetry, and designs on The Hoboken Public Library’s social media pages. Learn more here.


The Playbill Gallery {A Love Story} New Podcast Play by Mile Square Theatre

Mile Square Theatre premieres their first podcast play, written and performed by MST playwright-in-residence, Joseph Gallo. With our theatrical spaces shuttered, this bittersweet homage to a lifetime of theatre-going taps into the current longing that every theatre-goer and every theatre-maker is experiencing. Tickets are free. Reserve tickets here.


In-Person Events

Food Drive Hosted by Bambino Chef

Thursday, May 20th | 10:00AM-6:00PM

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Bambino Chef will host a food drive on May 20th from 10:00AM to 6:00PM benefiting local shelters + families in Jersey City. If you can donate, please drop off non-perishable food items at 213 Newark Avenue in Jersey City. Learn more here.


The HDSID Summer/Autumn Farmers’ Market

Thursday, May 20th + Monday, May 24th | 4:00PM-8:00PM | Now-Monday, December 20th | Every Thursday + Monday 

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The HDSID Summer/Autumn Farmers’ Market will be at the Grove PATH Plaza every Monday and Thursday through December 20th from 4:00PM-8:00PM. With Covid precautions in place, and hand sanitizing stations set up throughout the plaza, customers will have the opportunity to safely shop at a variety of local vendors including Stony Hill Farms, Hoboken Farms, Cake Jars, JC Fish Stand, Vesco Foods + many more. Not to mention, customers also have the opportunity to preorder and pick up from select vendors. Learn more here.


Live in the Lounge at Battello

Thursday, May 20th | 6:00PM + 8:00PM

Each week, Battello will host a live, 90-minute performance from a local musician and a curated wine-paired dinner. There will be two seatings, 6:00PM + 8:00PM, with each seating limited to 40 guests to ensure safety and social distancing guidelines. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Learn more here.


Union City Latin Night Concert Featuring Mirtha Rico

Thursday, May 20th | 7:00PM

Head over to Palisade Plaza on Thursday, May 20th for a free Latin Night concert featuring West New York singer, Mirtha Rico. Palisade Plaza is located at Palisade Avenue in Union City. Learn more here.


Trivia Thursdays at House of ‘Que

Thursday, May 20th | 7:00PM-9:30PM

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Head over to House of ‘Que for Trivia Thursdays where you can win prizes, gift cards, and more. Learn more here.


HDSID’s Artist + Maker Market

Friday, May 21st, Saturday, May 22nd  + Wednesday, May 26th | Every Friday + Wednesday from 3:00PM-9:00PM + Saturday, 12:00PM-6:00PM | Now-September

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HDSID’s Artist + Maker Market {Grove Street PATH Plaza, Jersey City} takes place every Wednesday and Friday from 3:00PM-9:00PM and every Saturday from 12:00PM-6:00PM on select dates through September. This open-air bazaar features locally crafted fine art and hand-crafted goods from small businesses while connecting artists and artisans with the Jersey City and Metro NYC community. Be sure to check out their calendar for the weekly events. Learn more here.


The Hoboken Food Pantry’s Food Distribution Event

Friday, May 21st | 10:00AM-12:30PM | Every other Friday

If you or someone you know is need of food, The Hoboken Food Pantry is distributing food every other Friday from 10:00AM to 12:30PM at 1301 Washington Street, 124 Grand Street and 311 Harrison Street. Every other Tuesday, The Hoboken Food Pantry holds family hours for anyone in need of non-food items such as hygiene items, diapers, baby food + more at 301 Washington Street. Check their calendar for all their events. Learn more here.


Country Night at House of ‘Que

Friday, May 21st | 5:00PM-10:00PM

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Head over to House of ‘Que for Country Night on Fridays, music by DJ Big Country. Learn more here.


Hoboken Uptown Farmers Market

Saturday, May 22nd | 9:00AM-2:00PM | Now-Mid December | Every Saturday

The Hoboken Uptown Farmers Market will open on May 1st under the 14th Street Viaduct with fresh produce, baked goods, dairy products, and more every Saturday 9:00AM-2:00PM. Learn more here.


Sensory Saturday at Village Tree House

Saturday, May 22nd | 9:30AM-11:30AM

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Join Village Tree House for spring inspired sensory activities. Decorate a flower pot, plant seeds, garden and flower sensory bins. Sign up here.


Hoboken Neighborhood Cleanup

Saturday, May 22nd | 10:00AM-1:00PM | Every weekend

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Volunteer to clean up parts of Hoboken at one of the next cleanup dates. The meetup spots will change each weekend. Please verify the meetup location when signing up. Sign up here.


Jersey City Neighborhood Cleanup

Saturday, May 22nd +  Sunday, May 23rd | 10:00AM-1:00PM

Volunteer to clean up parts of Jersey City at one of the next cleanup dates. The meetup spots will change each weekend. Please verify the meetup location when signing up. Sign up here.


Hoboken Outdoor Citywide Art Walk + Craft Market 2021

Saturday, May 22nd | 11:00AM-4:00PM 

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Stop by the Hoboken Outdoor Citywide Art Walk + Craft Market, self-guided, citywide walking tour of displays of artists’ work, photography and a crafts market all rolled into one. Learn more here.


BurgerIM JSQ Grand Reopening

Saturday, May 22nd | 12:00PM

Join BurgerIM in Journal Square for their one-year anniversary celebration as well as their grand re-opening. The day of the event BurgerIM will be giving away an Ipad 32GB, 8th Generation Space Gray. The winner will be chosen among all the people who come to celebrate with them on Saturday, May 22nd. Learn more here.

Weekend Jazz at The Cottage

Saturday, May 22nd +  Sunday, May 23rd | 2:30PM-6:00PM | Every Weekend

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Head over to The Cottage for some jazz every Saturday + Sunday. The Cottage is located at 136 Monticello Avenue in Jersey City. Learn more here.


Comedy Club at Corgi Spirits

Saturday, May 22nd | 7:30PM-10:00PM

Head over to Corgi Spirits, located at 1 Distillery Drive, for a night of laughs. Jersey City comedians Ryan Rummel and Alex Grubard bring a NYC-style stand-up showcase to Corgi Spirits with stand-ups from Comedy Central, NBC, Netflix, Hulu and more. Sign up here.


Sandra DeSando: Puzzlement Exhibit at DVORA Pop-Up Gallery

Now-Saturday, May 22nd

Dvora Gallery presents Jersey City artist Sandra DeSando’s recent multi-panel works on the origins and nature of the universe. Towering blocks of darkness and light, and saturated color forms overwritten by layers of emphatic, jagged line investigate questions of our existence on earth. Dvora Gallery is located at 160 1st Street in Jersey City. Learn more here.


Riverview Farmers Market

Sunday, May 23rd | 10:00AM-2:00PM | Every Sunday

The Riverview Farmers Market has fresh produce, baked goods, dairy products, and more every Sunday 10:00AM-2:00PM. Learn more here.


Hoboken Community Bike Ride

Sunday, May 23rd | 11:00AM

Join a Hoboken Community Bike Ride on Sunday, May 23rd. The meet-up location will be Mama Johnson Field at 4th and Jackson Street at 11:00AM. This will be an escorted ride around town with the Hoboken Police Dept. for approximately 45 minutes. There will be free helmets for any kids who need one. Learn more here.


Food Truck Saturday: Angry Archie’s Food Truck at Liberty Science Center

Sunday, May 23rd | 11:30AM

Head over to Liberty Science Center for some delicious grub from Angry Archie’s food truck. See the schedule + menu here.


Belo Bar’s Support the Hoboken Shelter Initiative

Now-Sunday, June 6th 

Now through June 6th, grab a drink at Belo bar in Hoboken where $1 from every cocktail will go to the Hoboken Shelter. Learn more here.


Dance + Drum Classes with Segunda Quimbamba

Now-Sunday, June 6th | 2:00PM + 3:00PM

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Join Segunda Quimbamba for in/person or virtual drum + dance classes on Sundays. Segunda Quimbamba is a Jersey City-based percussion and dance ensemble that performs authentic Bomba and Plena, the drum music of Puerto Rico. Sign up here.


 

FaceTime Exhibit by Barbara Shelly Presented by Main Street Pops

Now-Wednesday, June 30th 

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Stop by Pilsener Haus & Biergarten at their Wintergarten Space located at 1422 Grand Street in Hoboken for a new exhibit. This timely exhibit reflects current events through people in the performing arts and politics. A passion for the arts, admiration for today’s leaders, compassion for humanity and hope for change emerge in each piece. Coming from a long line of activists and art lovers, the artist uniquely captures her subjects’ movements, their emotions and their desire for change. The original pieces are now for sale as well as a limited series of prints, hand-signed and printed on archival museum-quality paper. Learn more here.


Flora + Fauna Exhibition Featuring Jersey City Art Teachers

Now-June 2021

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SILVERMAN and The Majestic Theatre Condominium Association Present: Flora + Fauna featuring Jersey City Art Teachers. The artwork can be viewed in the lobby of The Majestic Theatre Condominium located at 222 Montgomery Street in Jersey City. Learn more here.


Implied Scale Community Celebration Hosted by Mana Contemporary

 On view now-Wednesday, July 28th | 11:00AM-5:00PM

Join Mana Contemporary for a day of socially distanced public programs. Experience the newly opened exhibition, Implied Scale: Confronting the Enormity of Climate Changeand participate in engaging activities to expand your connection to art, climate change, and the environment. RSVP here.


Swimming in Jersey City

Ongoing

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Do some laps at Pershing Field’s Aquatic Center in Jersey City. Learn more here.


Kid-Friendly Events

Play! Hoboken Chess Kids’ Program

Thursday, May 27th  | 4:00PM-6:00PM | Every Monday, Wednesday + Thursday

Play Hoboken is offering a children’s chess program on Mondays, Wednesday’s and Thursdays from 4:00PM-6:00PM. The first session is free. Parents can sign up their kids on their website. Sign up here.


Kids Art Classes at the Hoboken Historical Museum

Thursday, May 20th, Friday, May 21st + Tuesday, May 25th | 11:00AM-2:00PM

Kids are welcome to enjoy some painting at the museum. Supplies provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Children must be accompanied by adults. Masks are required. Learn more here.


Liberty Science Center’s Junior Days

Thursday, May 20th + Friday, May 21st

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LSC’s Junior Days celebrates kids six and under every Thursday and Friday. Masks are required. Learn more here.


View our Montclair Girl Events Guide for the Weekend

— and for more events in Essex County, click here.


Greater NJ/NY Events

The Farmers’ Market at Hudson Yards

Thursday, May 20th | 10:00AM-6:00PM | Thursdays + Tuesdays | Now-September 30th

Stop by the Hudson Yards’ Farmers’ Market every Tuesday + Thursday from 10:00AM to 6:00PM on the Public Square + Gardens (rain location: The Shops, Level 1 by Mercado Little Spain escalator) shop local purveyors, foragers, producers, fisherman, and farmers serving up the crisp fruits and tasty veggies.  Learn more here.


Modern LGBTQ Literature Before Stonewall

Thursday, May 20th | 6:30PM-8:30PM

Two years ago marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, which for many marks the beginning of the modern LGBTQ rights movement in the US and even around the world, but what led up to this moment? In this lecture, you will take a quick jaunt through some of the wildest and most wonderful writing done by late nineteenth and early to mid-20th century queer poets, visionaries, fighters, and lovers. Register here.


AAPI Montclair’s Lantern Festival for Justice and Remembrance

Thursday, May 20th | 7:00PM-9:00PM 

AAPI Montclair will host its first-ever Lantern Festival for Justice and Remembrance at Edgemont Memorial Park in Montclair on May 21st from 7:00PM to 9:00PM {rain date: May 22nd}, illuminating the park with over a thousand white paper lanterns as a memorial to all victims of racial violence and injustice. The event will take place at Edgemont Park. Register here.


Family Roller Skating at Branch Brook Park

Saturday, May 22nd | Multiple Times Available | Every Saturday

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Head over to Branch Brook Park for some family roller skating every week. It’s open to all ages. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Sign up here.


Warren Court Art Walk

Saturday, May 22nd + Sunday, May 23rd | 11:00AM-5:00PM 

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The Warren Court Art Walk will take place on Saturday, May 22nd + Sunday, May 23rd from 11:00AM to 5:00PM. Local artists Sybil Archibald, Wendy Bellermann, and Leslie Goldman have curated a one-block art walk with 18 outstanding local artists. It will be a wonderful weekend of art, fun, and community connection. Among the many disciplines on display will be: painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, textiles, photography, printmaking, book arts, and collage. Live demonstrations of jade carving and monotype printmaking among others will be presented along with a variety of free raffles and refreshments. On Saturday, there will be live acoustic music by Steve Jones from 1:00PM-4:00PM. Learn more here.


Transcend: TGNCNB Youth Workshop

Now-Tuesday, June 15th | 4:00PM-5:00PM

This is a safe space to learn, grow, explore and have fun together with other young people {ages 13-24} who identify as transgender, gender-nonconforming or non-binary. Tickets are free. Sign up here.


Upcoming Weekday Events

Hoboken Historical Museum’s Let’s Play Together Kids’ Program

Monday, May 24th | 3:00PM-4:00PM | Every Monday

Artist Issa Sow will lead “Let’s Play Together,” a weekly creativity workshop for kids ages 3-11. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Held outside in the walkway by the Museum entrance, the program is designed to be inclusive of children around the entire neurodiversity spectrum, so they can learn to create art, music and dance movement together. The program is open to all, with a suggested $5 donation. No registration required. Learn more here.


Play! Hoboken Chess Kids’ Program

Monday, May 24th, Wednesday, May 26th + Thursday, May 27th  | 4:00PM-6:00PM | Every Monday, Wednesday + Thursday

Play Hoboken  is offering a children’s chess program on Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s from 4:00PM-6:00PM. First session is free.  Parents can sign up their kids on their website. Sign up here.


Saku Sushi-Making Class

Tuesday, May 25th | 6:00PM-7:30PM  | Every Tuesday

Take a sushi-making class at Saku in Hoboken. In this hour and a half class, you will learn how to make 3 types of rolls and how to make the rice vinegar for your sushi rice. Saku is located at 936 Park Avenue in Hoboken. Learn more here.


(Witch) Craft ‘N Sip with Witchy Wisdoms at Porta

Tuesday, May 25th | 6:00PM-8:00PM 

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Enjoy a teaching and crafting session on May 25th from 6:00PM-8:00PM at Porta in Jersey City, right before the Sagittarius Full Moon Lunar Eclipse. Bring your best coven mates and share in intentional spell jar crafting while enjoying a special cocktail from Shawn Engel’s Witchy Wisdoms book, Witches Brew. Learn more here.


Women’s Circle for Period Poverty Awareness

Wednesday, May 26th | 8:00PM-9:00PM

Join this event to talk about period poverty and practice yoga in community. This women’s circle will begin by giving an overview of period poverty in Hudson County and beyond, transition into a gentle yoga sequence designed for the female body and spirit, and close with a discussion on how women can come together to address period poverty on different levels. This event is donation-based. All are welcome to join no matter what they can give. Proceeds will go to The Flow Initiative. Learn more here.


Learn How to Play Chess at Play Hoboken

Wednesday, May 26th | 6:00PM | Every Wednesday

Learn how to play chess every Wednesday at Play Hoboken! The adult social chess night from 6-10PM is for all levels and basic instruction is available from 6:00PM-7:00PM. Food and beverages are available for purchase and it is a BYOB facility if anyone wishes to bring beer or wine. Learn more here.


Free Community Knitting Virtual Class

Wednesday, May 26th | 7:00PM-9:00PM | Every Wednesday

Join a free community knitting virtual class every Wednesday from 7:00PM to 9:00PM. All fiber crafts are welcome. Register here.


Ways to Give Back Locally

Community Lifestyle 

Community Lifestyle understands the importance of getting children and teens involved in after-school and weekend activities to provide opportunities to socialize, learn and grow in a positive environment. The organization’s values of stability, empathy, diversity, and connectedness can be seen through the programming provided throughout the year. Currently, the organization has opportunities for volunteers to get involved in numerous capacities. Volunteers are needed on an ongoing basis for programs like T.A.L.E which provides teens with an insight into the business world as well as for the new Flag Football Program. Learn more here.


Hoboken Food Pantry

The Hoboken Food Pantry is always accepting individual donations including through their Wish List. Contactless donations can be made through The Food Pantry’s Amazon Wish List. Items ordered on The Wish List will be sent directly to The Food Pantry. More than 1,200 households are supported by the Hoboken Food Pantry, which is part of the Hoboken Community Center. Its pantry is only stocked and distributed through the support of the community. Learn more here.


Hoboken Family Alliance

One of the oldest non-profits in Hoboken, the Hoboken Family Alliance is a resource for children and families in the Mile Square. HFA typically puts on various events and provides opportunities for children to learn and play in a safe environment while providing families with various needs necessary resources. HFA has several opportunities for volunteering through its committees and sub-committees such as marketing, special needs, fundraising, and more. Learn more here.


The Hoboken Shelter 

The Hoboken Shelter hosts 50 guests nightly and serves more than 1,000 meals throughout the week. As a full-service community partner, the Hoboken Shelter is a necessary resource within the neighborhood. The Shelter is always in need of donations and support to help keep its doors open and welcoming to its guests. To support, take a look at the list of 19 ways to support The Shelter during COVID-19 here. Learn more here.


The Community Food Bank of New Jersey

The Community FoodBank of New Jersey, a member of Feeding America®, is the leading anti-hunger and anti-poverty organization in the state. What started as a modest enterprise in the back of our founder Kathleen DiChiara’s station wagon in downtown Newark in 1975, became an incorporated non-profit in 1982 and has grown to two warehouse facilities in Hillside and Egg Harbor Township, the combined size of five football fields. Learn more here.


Partner Happenings

Park + Shore: Luxury Homes on the Newport Waterfront

Park + Shore, located at 75 Park Lane and 2 Shore Lane in Jersey City, represent the pinnacle of quality residential development on New Jersey’s Gold Coast. 

Exclusive Offer: Don’t forget to inquire about the limited-time spring incentives. Call the Sales Office for details at 201-231-9176 or by emailing info@parkandshore.com.


The Women Behind EXCEL PT in Hudson County + An Exclusive Hoboken Girl Offer

Excel Physical Therapy in Jersey City and Hoboken helps patients move beyond physical injuries and live their life without restrictions. EXCEL’s goal is to provide a trusted resource and staff to help improve the lives of the residents of Hoboken and Jersey City, in addition to differentiating themselves from other PT providers with their one-on-one, specialized care.

Exclusive Offer: New patients can receive a private consultation and a complimentary cupping session when you mention Hoboken Girl. This offer does not have an expiration date. Email  info@exceltherapy.com for more info.


Jersey City Luxury Rental One Ten Offers Summer Amenities Worth Envying

One Ten at The Enclave on Jersey City’s Hoboken border is an ideal location for those seeking world-class outdoor space, especially living in a city environment. This upscale collection of 238 rental homes stands out in Hudson County’s crowded apartment market with large and spacious floorplans and ample indoor and outdoor space.

Exclusive Offer: Don’t forget to mention Hoboken Girl when you sign a lease at One Ten to receive a $500 rent credit. You can call the leasing office for details and additional information at 201.659-0069 or CLICK HERE TO VISIT the website.


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Yarleen is a proud Jersey girl with Cuban roots. She’s an actor and freelance writer with an affinity for poetry, astrology, and fried plantains. Born in Jersey City and raised in West New York, where she currently resides, this Hudson county native can usually be found with an Americano in hand, or any caffeinated beverage really. A St. Peter’s University alum with a degree in Communication and Media Culture, Yarleen was News Editor of her college newspaper, while also reporting for the Hudson Reporter and The Jersey Journal. When she’s not on stage, enjoying a new hobby {currently rollerskating}, or typing away on her laptop, you can catch her running along the waterfront listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers or exploring NYC galleries.