Just one block from the Grove Street PATH station, Green Villain is hosting a Green Villain Exchange (GVX) Art & Music Festival. The currently vacant lot at 335 Barrow Street is slated for development next year. So why not take advantage and host a party before that happens
St. Ann’s Italian Festival is an annual tradition for so many in Hoboken and its surrounding communities. It is no accident that this festival is going on 106 years strong. The festival starts tonight at 6pm.
Gary Lichtenstein Editions presents a radical evening of art at the edge with painter Keith Kimmel tonight. The event is titled “The CO-Lab Experience,” a live interactive performance situated within an exhibition of the artist’s recent and retrospective works. In the CO-Lab Experience, Keith Kimmel will break thru the classic wall of separation between artist and spectator by inviting the public to actively participate in an evening of collaborative painting.
The Morgan is hosting a food truck rally tonight at their leasing center parking lot. Grab a bite from some of Jersey City's best food trucks from 6-9p.m. at the corner of Bay and Marin.
Tomorrow marks another year for the Party With Purpose Hoboken 5K. This annual event brings out anywhere from 1,500 to 2,000 runners to compete in a 3.1-mile race along Hoboken’s waterfront.
A McGinley Square block party is planned for Saturday. But there’s a catch. Before the party, volunteers are asked to spend an hour cleaning up and beautifying Bergen Avenue between Montgomery Street and Duncan Avenue.
Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced the return of New Jersey’s premier Fourth of July concert and fireworks celebration, the Jersey City “Freedom & Fireworks Festival,” at Liberty State Park, with fireworks by nationally-acclaimed Grucci, live musical performances including headliner "Village People," amusement rides, food and refreshment vendors, and entertainment for all ages.
The Jersey City Project’s annual food-centric street festival Project: EATS is taking place this weekend at City Hall Plaza. This is the third edition of the popular market that brings a rotating lineup of food tents, trucks, a bar, and more.
With all the talk of Jersey City’s hot real estate market, it’s hard to sit on the sidelines and watch the opportunities pass by. If you’re considering making the jump from renting to buying, then you need to attend this event.
This fall, the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association (HPNA) is planning to host the area’s first House Tour.