The Annual Hoboken House Tour features approximately 10 homes and condos, plus special bonus stops, graciously opened to visitors by Museum supporters to help us raise funds for the many events and programs the Hoboken Historical Museum organizes annually. Every year, the tour offers a fresh selection of traditional and contemporary homes and condos furnished in a wide range of styles.
October is the time to celebrate the arts in Jersey City! Come out for JCAST weekend October 4th -7th, and enjoy over 200 art events citywide. Take a curated tour, explore artist’s studios, and discover new galleries! Complimentary city-wide shuttle bus service provided from noon to 6 PM. All events are free and open to the public. Go to www.thejcast.com to learn more.
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Just as the harvest season winds down this fall, the inaugural After the Harvest Wine & Food event presented by Provident Bank, will be launched at the Culinary Arts Institute at Hudson County Community College in Jersey City on Saturday, October 27 from 1-5 p.m. when member wineries of the Garden State Wine Growers Association and the Culinary Arts Institute and Hudson County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development team up for this new fall event.
After the Harvest Wine & Food will feature wine sampling from at least six New Jersey wineries; tastings, culinary pairings, wine tutorials and live music. The event is the first element of a new partnership between the Culinary Arts Institute of Hudson County Community College and the Garden State Wine Growers Association. Each ticket is $25 and entitles you to a wristband and a FREE wine glass, which you will pick up on the day of the event (proper ID required). There is also a non-drinker ticket priced at $10 that can be purchased. All attendees must be at least 21 years old and must be present in order to pick up their wristband. There will be a maximum of 500 tickets sold for this event. Attendees will be admitted at 12.30 pm and wine tasting will begin at 1 pm.
A Halloween fundraiser for and at the Historic JC & Harismus Cemetary.
At the cemetery: Big Wake as the allman brothers, The Lonesome Prairie Dogs as Elvis Presley, Carolyn Light as Dolly Parton, GypsyWig as The Replacements Lowell Gurey and friends as The Kinks, Pierre Marceau, Christian Kisala, Sylvan Joyce as Pink Floyd, Bodega Dream as De La Soul, The Dirty Water Dogs as Huey Lewis & The News, Herbert Wiley and members of Rye Coalition as Aerosmith, Sergio Valente & Friends as The Cramps.
Free self-guided walking tour of artists’ studios, galleries and group exhibition spaces. Over 100 participating artists. Free Tour maps available on day of tour at Hoboken City Hall. Even though there are many locations, the tour is designed
so that you can easily walk from studio to studio, gallery to gallery.
Since Hoboken is only a mile square, every site is convenient to the next.
As diverse as the art itself, the tour’s popularity draws artists far beyond the banks of Hoboken. You will see art in many forms, representing an exciting variety of mediums. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists, photographers, sculptors and artisans and witness the creative process at work. Even poets, musicians and performance artists will be on hand to make your day a memorable one.
Countywide | January-February
Hudson Restaurant Week is simple. Pick a restaurant & tasty prix-fixe menu from one of the participating restaurants, make a reservation, and visit the restaurant to eat & enjoy the food.
Don’t be late for this very important date – get your tickets today for SNOW BALL 2018!
Pre-sale price of $90 lasts until December 18th, 2017 at 11:59pm. Afterward tickets go up to $100
VIP tickets ($150) include a 7pm champagne toast with Snow Ball honorees Lou Mont and Sandy Weiss of Manhattan Building Company, first look at our silent auction, and an exclusive performance.
January 27th, 2018 (snow date February 3rd)
8:00 PM- 12:00 AM
Art House Productions
262 17th Street
Jersey City, NJ 07310
JC Fridays Fall Edition in December is a free arts festival in Jersey City presented by Art House Productions made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, A Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; administered by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development, and by the County of Hudson, Thomas A. DeGise, Hudson County Executive, and the Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Under a giant, heated circus tent more than 60 vendors celebrate the start of the holiday shopping season with a range of food, drink, and gift offerings. The event sees more than 30K visitors over its two day pop up behind City Hall in Historic Downtown Jersey City.
The Black Maria Film Festival Kicks Off Its 37Th Annual Festival Tour At The Hoboken Historical Museum, Hoboken, Nj On Saturday Night, February 10Th, 7:00Pm.
The Hoboken Historical Museum is proud once again to host the 2018 premiere of New Jersey’s own Black Maria Film Festival on Saturday, February 10, at 7 pm. Space is limited. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. For advance tickets go to the Museum website: https://www.hobokenmuseum.org, click on Events > Upcoming Events > Black Maria Film Festival Premiere> Click to Reserve a Seat. The Littleman Parking-Independence Garage (Shipyard Lane, at 12th St.) offers 3 hours of free parking with Museum validation.
2018 Jury’s Stellar Award-Winning films will be featured, and filmmakers from as far away as Vancouver, Canada will be joining us for the Q & A. The program will be presented in-person by Festival director Jane Steuerwald. Light refreshments will be served.
The Black Maria Film Festival is an international juried film competition that focuses on short films, including those that shine a light on issues and struggles within contemporary society. Its touring programs include provocative works by diverse filmmakers from across the U.S. and around the world. The Festival’s home is NJ City University in Jersey City, NJ and was named for Thomas Edison’s West Orange film studio dubbed the “Black Maria” due to its resemblance to a type of black-box police paddy wagon known as a “black maria.”
The Black Maria Film Festival has generous support from New Jersey State Council on the Arts; Discover Jersey Arts; Hudson County Executive Thomas De Gise and the Board of Chosen Freeholders; New Jersey City University; WithumSmith+Brown, PC; Monster Remotes; and The Edison Foundations.
For further information, contact the Hoboken Historical Museum, 201-656-2240, www.hobokenmuseum.org; or Jane Steuerwald, Black Maria Film Festival Executive Director, email@example.com, www.blackmariafilmfestival.org.