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Parents’ Night Out: Earth Celebration – 6-9pm. Drop your kids off for 3 hrs of nonstop fun. Activities include games, rides, songs, dance, relays, free play, story time and more. Includes pizza and juice for dinner. Perfect for potty- trained children 2.5 & up. $50, $25 additional sibling; Members: $40 & $20 additional sibling. My Gym, Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St, Hoboken. 201-758-8390.


Earth Day at Liberty State Park – 10am- 4pm. Celebrate one of the largest Earth Day celebrations in the Garden State featuring more than 100 vendors, plenty of amusements, music, food and lots of activities for the whole family. A day to inspire awareness and appreciation of the Earth’s environment. Be sure to visit the Natural Awakenings’ booth and meet our team. Free. Liberty State Park, 299 Morris Pesin Dr, Jersey City. 201-653-2699.

Meadowlands Racetrack Stride for the Cure 5K – 3pm. A unique opportunity to run on the Meadowlands Racetrack. Cosponsored by radio station WPLJ to benefit the American Cancer Society. Entry fee includes admission to the racetrack, a post-race party hosted by WPLJ featuring live music from 4-9pm, giveaways, beverage

sampling, spa services SUNDAY APRIL 21

Walking Tour of Hoboken Green Buildings – A tour of properties with green standards such as LEED Certification and/or certification thru a recognized rating system, or with a feature that promotes large scale environmental sustainability (green roof, solar panel array). More info:


Let’s Talk Astronomy – Tuesdays thru Apr 23. 7-9pm. An introduction to galaxies, cosmology and life in the universe. The sessions are independent, not part of any course, but designed for interested adults or the upper-level high school student. Learning sessions include time spent in the Observatory when conditions permit. $15/ set of monthly sessions, free/members. Center for Environmental & Scientific Education, Three DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. Preregistration: 201-460-8300 or


Out Of Order – Apr 26-May 5. 8pm; 3pm, Sun. Presented by the Attic Ensemble. When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition’s typists, things go disastrously wrong in this farce. $20, $15/seniors, students. The Barrow Mansion, 83 Wayne St, Jersey City. 201-413-9200.

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Meadowlands Racetrack, 50 State Rte 120, E Rutherford. Register by Apr 19:


Arbor Day Celebration in Secaucus – Plantings (trees and flowers), neighborhood and park clean ups. Seeds will be distributed. Many activates and events planned. For more details:

7th Annual essential2life 5K, 3K – 9:30am; 10:15am, Kids’ run. A race/walk/run on hard packed gravel paths and Liberty Walk, Statue and NYC views, great food and drink, a terrific T-shirt, DJ and band, kids’ activities, essential2life Fair and much more. Liberty State Park, Jersey City. 908-902-8587.

Yoga 101 Workshop – 1-2pm. Introduction to yoga workshop for students who have never expe- rienced a yoga class. Includes fundamental points of the physical practice, benefits of yoga and Q&A. Urban Sanctuary, 12 Hudson Pl, 2nd Fl, Hoboken. 201-610-YOGA.

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African Drumming Classes – 7-8pm. Do something for your soul. Feel the Rhythm. Join Dion Rivers for lessons in West African Djembe and Dun Dun Drumming, Mechanics and History. Also receive a basic understanding of physical conditioning and posture. Grassroots Community Space, 54 Coles St, Jersey City. 410-693-2556.


Post-Natal Mom & Baby – Thursdays thru May. 11:30am-12:30pm. Strengthen, heal, and cleanse your body while bonding with your baby and meeting other new mothers. Rebuild core strength,

strengthen pelvic, gluteus and thigh muscles. Get back into shape and feel great. Babies from 5 wks to crawling welcome. Check with doctor before enrolling. Surya Yoga, 618 Washington St, Hoboken. Preregister: 201-798- 7498.


Harrison Township Day – It’s called “a fiesta down Main Street.” Includes a parade, the Run for the Roses race, crafters and vendors, Laser Skirmish, Rode’s BBQ, music all day and spectacular fireworks at night. 856-223-8777.


Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival 2013 – 11am-6pm. More than 300 artists, crafters, pho- tographers, sculptors,

local businesses, restau-

rants, food vendors, local nonprofits and more. Rain or shine. Free. Washington St between Ob- server Hwy & 7th St, Hoboken. Info, Geri Fallo: 201-420-2207.


Hoboken Green Fair – 11am-5pm. Will feature live music, organic food vendors, family activities and more. The focus is sustainable lifestyle

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choices, awareness of environmental concerns, and demonstrations of how consumers can reduce their impact on the Earth by selecting sustainable, eco-friendly

energy consumption,

products and services, conserving


reducing and

limiting dependence on fossil fuels. Pier A Park, Hoboken Waterfront.


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