🚲Cycling enthusiast? Check out BikeJC's first Light-up Ride of the season this Friday night! Bring your bike and lights, the ride will be relatively flat, ~13 miles, tentatively through Downtown, Communipaw, and Hoboken.
🛍️Looking to do some shopping? Pacific Flea is hosting their 10th anniversary market this Saturday featuring a variety of local vendors! The Grind is also having a reopening party for their Outpost at Berry Lane Park Saturday and will include several food trucks and local small businesses.
🤩Swiftie fan? Or just appreciate a chance to dance? Head to White Eagle Hall Saturday night for You Need To Calm Down: A Taylor Swift Inspired Dance Party. Tickets are $25.
Spring Cleaning at the Cemetery
9am Fri/Sat/Sun at Harsimus Cemetery
Hosted by Dancing Tony/Rockitdockit. Special Spring Cleaning this weekend at the Historic Cemetery. Friday - Saturday - Sunday after 9am call or text 9732199696 for info and good intentions
Free Wine Tasting
5-7pm at CoolVines Grove
From Burgundy to the Willamette Valley to North Canterbury and seemingly everywhere in between, the fickle grape known as pinot noir is perhaps the best variety at conveying a sites unique characteristics, or terroir. At this week’s tasting, we’ll explore just how diverse the wines made from this extraordinary grape can be.
Free Comedy at the Concourse
7-10pm Friday & Saturday at JSQ Lounge
Weekly free comedy show, check their insta for lineup! Saturday's show is more of an open mic
BikeJC Light-Up Ride
7pm starting from Grove St PATH
This Friday: Jersey City Light-Up Ride! Meet 7, roll 7:30; all other details to come. Free, all welcome!
Free Concert by Con Vivo Music
7pm at Grace Church Van Vorst
We are SO excited to have @amesasiteverwas back home in Jersey City for this killer program— Crossing the Space Between Us— featuring guest artist @hazeldeandavis AND a premiere of a new work by @aucoincomposer.
The Power of One: Film Screening
7:30pm at Jersey City Theater Center
The Power of One is a program of 7 unique documentary shorts from Belarus, Chile, and the United States, with proceeds supporting Ukraine.
RuPaul's Drag Race Viewing Party
8-10pm at Six26
Weekly viewing party hosted by RPDR contestants Olivia Lux and Kimmy Sumony
Jazz Performance at Moore's Place
8-11pm Friday & 7-10pm Sunday at Moore's Lounge
Weekly jazz performances by local musician Winard Harper
Earth Keepers in Jersey City: Liberty State Park
9am-12pm at Liberty State Park
Liberty State Park is known to many as a local treasure. Volunteer to maintain this beautiful park while enjoying wonderful views of the harbor, Lady Liberty, and Ellis Island. Volunteers are needed to support various gardening projects including weeding, mulching, clean-up, removing invasive botanical species and planting.
This is a rain or shine project and starts promptly at 9:00 am with the agency contact. We suggest you arrive by 8:45 am. Please note: If you arrive later than 9:00 am at the starting point it's highly likely you will not find the group.
10am-12pm at Smile Preschool & Nursery
Mark your calanders- The Easter Bunny is coming to town! Join us for Easter FUNDAY on Saturday, April 9th, 10am-12pm at SMILE Pre-school + Nursery for family fun, candy, and photos with the Easter Bunny.🐇🍭💚
Journal Square Community Association Meeting
10am-12pm at Hudson County Community College
Guest Speakers: Jordan Levinson and Tara Cavall of HBSE/DAE, the company overseeing the Loew's restoration
Pacific Flea Vintage Market
11am-5pm at 149 Pacific Ave
10th anniversary of this outdoor market featuring a variety of vintage vendors
Andy Warhol's "Outer and Inner Space" Screening
12-3pm at Mana Contemporary
As a part of our “Discovering Ayn” fellowship, we are pleased to announce the screening of Andy Warhol’s “Outer and Inner Space”, 1966. The screening runs from 12-3pm. This work was rarely shown before 1998 when MoMA restored the film- it then made its reappearance to the public at the Whitney Museum of Art.
Hoboken Mac and Cheese Festival
1-5pm at restaurants throughout Hoboken
Join the Hoboken Happy Hours on Saturday, April 9th, 2022 for a celebration you don’t want to miss! This year Mac & Cheese Fest will be held as a food crawl (think bar crawl, but for Mac & Cheese instead)! So, round up your crew, bring your family, and get ready to take a tour around Hoboken to sample all kinds of Mac & Cheese creations from some of the best spots in The Mile Square - or dare we say, New Jersey?
Tickets $35 include mac and cheese samples from every participating location and after-party access
Grind Outpost Re-opening
2-7pm at The Outpost (Berry Lane Park)
This weekend come and celebrate the grand re-opening of @theoutpostjc 🖤 great music, great food & great vibes
In Flux: NJCU BFA Thesis Exhibition Opening Reception
3-6pm at NJCU Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery
This spring, nineteen BFA graduates from NJCU will showcase artworks which are continuously adapting and in flux with the evolving pandemic realities. Works ranging from illustration, graphic design, ceramics, jewelry, painting, and photography will be exhibited, demonstrating creative responses and resilience through constructive fantasy, personal narratives, and social engagement. Free to the public.
NJCU Pippin Performance
8pm Saturday and 3pm Sunday at Margaret Williams Theater
There's magic to do when Pippin learns the true meaning of glory, war, love, and fulfillment in Stephen Schwartz's iconic and unforgettable award-winning musical masterpiece. Winner of four 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival, this updated version of Pippin continues to captivate and appeal to the young at heart throughout the world.
Tickets $15 Students/Seniors, $25 General Admission
Weeding Out the Stoned April Tour
8:30pm at Sip Studios
Weeding Out The Stoned is The Game Show of Sobriety Tests. A pack of comedians enter. All but one of them are stoned. It's up to all of us to eliminate the high comics to spot the sober individual so everyone can win dope prizes. "Detective" Alex Grubard seeks audience testimony, plays mind games and administers sobriety tests to NJ's premier comics. Help spot the sober Narc by weeding out the stoned!
You Need to Calm Down: A Taylor Swift Dance Party
9pm at White Eagle Hall
Jersey! We can't wait to sing and scream and cry all at the same time with you!"You Need To Calm Down" is coming soon and we are bringing our Taylor Swift dance party to White Eagle Hall on Saturday April 9th!Follow us at all our socials and make sure to grab tix early! We will see you all soon!!!
Grove Street Bicycles Ride
8am starting from Grove Street Bicycles
Weekly Sunday morning bike ride. Route details posted on their insta each preceding Thursday.
McGinley Square Pop-up
10am-4pm at Montgomery St & Bergen Ave
Featuring food, music, plant parenting workshop, & guided bike ride!
Maker Meals Pop-up
11am-5pm at Sure Things Fintage
SAVE THE DATE: This Sunday, 4/10, our friends at @makersmeals are popping up at the shop with a beautifully-curated selection of vintage wares and table top items from independent makers.
If you don’t know @makersmeals yet, they partner with local chefs and restaurants to host intimate to large gatherings in and around Jersey City and support local makers including ceramicists, florists, textile makers, and artists by using and featuring their products throughout the table setting. Follow them to get a heads up on their future events!
12:30-3:30pm at Franklin Social
It’s not a lazy Sunday if there is brunch involved. TOMORROW, join us for Jazz 🎺 brunch from 12:30-3:30pm.
3-6pm at Corgi Spirits
This event will be by ticket only and entirely outdoors to ensure social distancing and safety for all of our awesome guests. The inimitable Harmonica Sunbeam will be hosting 6 games: The first three are regular games, the next two games increase in difficulty slightly and the final game is a full board! Prizes will be given out to the winner of each round.
Drink specials served up by Corgi, pet friendly, BYOF (bring your own food)
Free Jazz Performance
4-7pm at American Legion Post 107 (308 2nd St) [Hoboken]
Weekly free jazz performances on Sundays, check their insta for lineup
Free Spring Concert
5-6pm at Sgt. Anthony Park
Sgt Anthony Park welcomes back the wonderful Sean Harkness & Gennaro Tedesco for a free Cherry Blossom Concert. Sun, Apr 10th, 5pm @ 100 Palisade Ave.
Sunday Movie Night
7-9pm at Dullboy
Movie showings weekly on Sundays with specialty cocktails. Featured title posted on their insta Sunday afternoon.