• 32 Events Happening in Hoboken + Jersey City {November 7th-10th}

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    Ah, yes, the weekend. After a long week, there’s nothing quite like knowing the weekend is around the corner. The days have officially gotten shorter {thanks, Daylight Savings}, but there have still been tons going on in Hudson County. From gala evenings to reiki healing sessions, there’s something for everyone happening this weekend. Here are all the events happening in Hoboken, Jersey City, and beyond this weekend {November 7th-November 10th 2019}:

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

    Local Weather This Weekend:

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    Local weather courtesy of weather.com.

    Upcoming Featured Events

    Anthony David’s Thanksgiving Catering  — Taking orders now through Sunday, November 24th 

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    Local chef, Anthony Pino has been catering Thanksgiving dinner to Hoboken residents and the surrounding area for over 20 years. This year, Anthony David’s {953 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken} catering menu includes roasted butternut squash soup, slow-roasted fresh all-natural turkey, turkey porchetta, mini buttermilk biscuits, cane roasted brussels sprouts, apple crumb pie, and many more yummy Thanksgiving dishes. Click here for their Thanksgiving Catering Menu. Be sure to email info@anthonydavids.com to place your order by November 24th and as a special thanks, if you mention “Hoboken Girl” with any turkey order, Anthony David’s will include a FREE small order of their delicious pumpkin tortellini.

    DotCom Partners Introductory 2-Week Promotional Offer Starting November 7th — Thursday, November 7th, All Day 

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    Local business owners, DotCom Partners is here to help you with your online presence. With a team consisting of digital partners that have backgrounds ranging from media to online retail and marketing agencies, you will no longer have to rely on big agencies or do the work yourself. DotCom Partners’ pricing and quality of work reflect their genuine interest in helping the local business community. For the next two weeks, enjoy 25% off all of their services. Click here to redeem and learn more.  

    Harmony Pilates’ New Towers and Tots Class — Every Monday and Wednesday at 10:00AM

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    Hoboken new moms, get excited! Harmony Pilates {720 Monroe Center, E508, Hoboken} just introduced their Tower and Tots class at 10:00AM every Monday and Wednesday. This group class now enables moms to bring their babies with them as they get a good workout in. Plus, Harmony Pilates is offering 15% off Group Class five-packs and 20% off Private Session five-packs for new clients. All you have to do is call the studio at 201-653-3011 and mention Hoboken Girl. Click here to sign up for your class today. 

    Jeff Lake Camp Upcoming Pop-Up Camp — Sunday, November 17th from 1:00PM-3:00PM

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    Parents, get ready for some family time next Sunday! On November 17th, bring your kiddos to Jeff Lake Camp’s Pop-Up Camp at the Elks Lodge 74 {1005 Washington Street, Hoboken} for an afternoon of fun-filled activities. From 1:00 PM-3:00 PM, Jeff Lake Camp will host a Thanksgiving-themed craft station, tie-dye station, and smores making deliciousness. Not to mention, this pop-up camp is completely free and available to kids ages three to13. Click here for more information.

    Tacori Weekend at W. Kodak Jewelers — Saturday, November 9th from 11:00AM-6:00PM and Sunday, November 10th from 11:00AM-4:00PM

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    Indulge in all things diamonds over at W. Kodak Jewelers {1123 Hudson Street, Hoboken}. The Hoboken-based jewelry store will be hosting a Tacori event all weekend long featuring over 500 gorgeous pieces including engagement rings, wedding bands for him and her, and fine jewelry {and the chance to add your dream ring to your wishlist}. Walk-ins are welcome but secure your spot at the event by emailing brad@wkodak.com or texting them at 201-306-0636

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    More Weekend Events in the Area

    Floral Arrangement Workshop at Harborside — Wednesday, November 6th 

    Harborside {210 Hudson Street, Jersey City} will be hosting a floral arrangement workshop. Get more info and tickets here.

    Career Development: Photograph Your Work with Matthew Septimus at Mana Contemporary — Wednesday, November 6th from 6:00PM-8:00PM

    Head to Mana Contemporary {888 Newark Avenue, Jersey City} to learn more bout photographing your work with Matthew Septimus. Get more info here.

    Born: Celebrating the Boss’s 70th Birthday with Brian Kirk and the Jirks at White Eagle Hall — Thursday, November 7th at 8:00PM 

    Catch Brian Kirk and the Jirks celebrate Bruce Springsteen at White Eagle Hall {337 Newark Avenue, Jersey City}. Get more information here.

    Elevate Hoboken Awards Dinner at Kolo Klub — Thursday, November 7th from 6:00PM-9:30PM

    Head to Kolo Klub {1422 Grand Street, Hoboken} for the Elevate Hoboken Awards Dinner. Get more information here.

    Gallery Mix + Sip at W Hoboken — Thursday, November 7th from 6:00PM-8:00PM

    Mix and mingle with others at the W Hoboken {225 River Street, Hoboken} while browsing the artworks of the Roig Collection. Find out more info here.

    “Love Song” at JCity Theater — Thursday, November 7th through Sunday, November 17th, Multiple Times

    Catch “Love Song” by John Kolvenbach ta the JCity Theater {339 Newark Avenue, Jersey City}. Get more info and tickets here.

    Lines in the Dust at New Jersey City’s West Side Theater — Thursday, November 7th through Saturday, November 9th, Multiple Times

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    Catch showings of Lines in the Dust New Jersey City’s West Side Theater {285 West Side Avenue, Jersey City}. Get more information and tickets here.

    Annual Gala: To the Nines! at W Hoboken — Friday, November 8th from 7:00PM-11:00PM

    Join the Hoboken Historical Museum at the W Hoboken {225 River Street, Hoboken} for its annual gala To the Nines. Get more information and tickets here.

    On the Waterfront Storytelling Series at Mile Square Theatre — Friday, November 8th at 8:00PM

    Catch the next installment of the On the Waterfront series at the Mile Square Theatre {1400 Clinton Street, Hoboken}. Find out more info and get tickets here.

    Open Mic Night at Simply Chai — Friday, November 8th from 7:00PM-10:00PM

    Simply Chai {79 Hudson Street, Hoboken} will be hosting an open mic night. Find out more information here.

    Project Align Welcomes You to Our Expanisve Workout | Train Align at One Sol — Saturday, November 9th from 5:00PM-6:15PM

    Head to One Sol {1125 Maxwell Lane, Hoboken} for a special Align workout. Get more information and tickets here.

    Free Community Class at Urban Souls — Saturday, November 9th from 1:45PM-2:45PM

    Urban Souls {100 Hudson Street} will be hosting a free community class. Get more information and sign up here.

    Chakra Balancing Yoga at Athleta Hoboken — Saturday, November 9th at 8:30AM

    Head to Athleta Hoboken {316 Washington Street, Hoboken} for a special chakra balancing yoga class with Julie Waters. Get more info here.

    Garden Street Farmers Market in Hoboken — Saturday, November 9th from 9:00AM-2:00PM

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    Stock up on the freshest fruit and veg for the weekend ahead at the Garden Street Farmers Market {14th Street at Garden Street, Hoboken}. Get more info here.

    Mindfulness Meditation with Lindsey Swindall at the Hoboken Historical Museum — Saturday, November 9th from 10:00AM-11:00AM

    Join Lindsey Swindall at the Hoboken Historical Museum {1301 Hudson Street, Hoboken} for mindfulness meditation. Find out more info here.

    In Their Footsteps at Merseles Studios — Saturday, November 9th at 1:30PM

    Merseles Studios {339 Newark Avenue, Jersey City} will be showing a documentary called In Their Footsteps. Find out more info and get tickets here.

    Reiki Healing Session at Gaia’s Cavern — Sunday, November 10th from 12:00PM-8:00PM

    Swing by Gaia’s Cavern {140 Wayne Street, Jersey City} for a reiki healing session. Get more information here.

    A Sunday Funday Fundraiser at The Ainsworth — Sunday, November 10th from 1:00PM-4:00PM

    Head over to The Ainsworth {310 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken} for a Sunday Funday fundraiser. Get more info here.

    Kid-Focused Events

    Penny’s Storytime at the Museum at the Hoboken Historical Museum —Friday, November 8th  from 10:00AM-10:30AM

    Take your little ones to a fun storytime over at the Hoboken Historical Museum {1301 Hudson Street, Hoboken}. Get more info here.

    Storytime at the Fire Department Museum — Sunday, November 10th from 1:30PM-2:00PM

    Bring your kids to the Fire Department Museum {213 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken} for a fun storytime. Find out more info here.

    Greater NJ / NYC Events

    Marketplace LIVE at Spring Street Studios — Thursday, November 7th from 8:00AM-6:00PM

    Catch Marketplace LIVE at Spring Street Studios {50 Varick Street, New York}. Find out more information and register here.

    Grand Opening of Pandora at the Garden State Plaza — Thursday, November 7th from 8:30AM-10:00AM

    Head to the Garden State Plaza {One Garden State Plaza, Paramus} for the grand opening of the new Pandora store featuring an engraving station. Get more info here.

    Salute to Women in the Arts Group Show at High Mountain Presbyterian Church — Friday, November 8th, All Day

    Catch the opening day of the Salute to Women in the Arts Group Show at the High Mountain Presbyterian Church {730 Franklin Lake Road, Franklin Lakes}. Get more info here.

    The Midtown Men at Union County Performing Arts Center — Saturday, November 9th ta 8:00PM

    Head to the Union County Performing Arts Center {1601 Irving Street, Rahway} for a special performance from the original cast of Broadway’s “Jersey Boys.” Find out more info and get tickets here.

    8th Annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center — Saturday, November 9th through Sunday, November 24th, Multiple Times

    The New Jersey Performing Arts Center {1 Center Street, Newark} will be hosting the 8th annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival. Get more info here.

    Buddy Guy with Special Guest Mavis Staples at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center — Sunday, November 10th at 7:00PM

    Catch Buddy Guy and Mavis Staples perform at New Jersey Performing Arts Center {1 Center Street, Newark} as part of the TD James Moody Jazz Festival. Get more info here.

    Brunch with Benefits at Union City Social — Sunday, November 10th from 12:00PM-3:00PM

    Join the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce for a brunch event over at Union City Social {414 38th Street, Union City}. Get more info here.

    Upcoming Weekday Events

    Monday, November 11th — Join 221 Jackson Street for a special Thanksgiving dinner. Get more information here.

    Monday, November 11th — Catch The Nasty Show at Willie McBride’s. Get more information here.

    Tuesday, November 12th — Head to One Sol for a chakras event with Leah Guy. Get more information here.

    Tuesday, November 12th — Urban Souls will host a Full Moon Breathwork Meditation. Get more information here.

    Tuesday, November 12th — Little ones can enjoy pre-k arts and crafts at the Hoboken Historical Museum. Get more information here.

    It’s time to get planning — happy weekend!

    Remember to tag us on Instagram in your adventures @HobokenGirlBlog or #HobokenGirl for a potential repost. xo


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    Arielle is a born-and-bred Jersey girl and like a true NJ native, half her diet consists of bagels and the other half pizza. As a graduate of both American University and City, University of London, she’s been a passionate writer ever since she wrote her first “book” in the first grade. When she’s not furiously typing away at her keyboard, she spends her time ticking places off of her “to travel to” list, trying any and all new foods, and trying to stop herself from spending too much money at Zara.