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THURSDAY, JULY 3


Twelfth Night – July 3, 5-7, 10, 12-14. 8pm. Shakespeare’s cross-dressing comedy of true love is set in 19th-century Hoboken. The production imagines a resort destination where Orsino and Olivia leisurely while away summer hours in the name of love. Presented by Hudson County’s Mile Square Theatre, directed by Chris O’Connor, Twelfth Night will feature original music composed by MST resident composer Sean Hagerty. Free. Frank Sinatra Park, Hoboken. Chris O’Connor: 646-271-6557. MileSquareTheatre.org.


THURSDAY, JULY 4


Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks – 9:20pm. One of the nation’s largest July 4th pyrotechnic displays features more than 40,000 fireworks synchronized to a 25-minute musical score. This year’s show, curated by superstar Usher, features Mariah Car- ey, Tim McGraw and Nick Cannon. Best view- ing from Hoboken and Weehawken, with decent views from Jersey City & North Bergen. In Hobo- ken the fireworks can be viewed from one of the many places along the waterfront such as Pier A or Maxwell Place Park. 212-494-4495. Macys.com/ Fireworks.


SATURDAY, JULY 6


Introduction to Stand Up Paddle Boarding – 10am-2pm. Learn what you need to know to get started in SUP. Learn proper stance for bal- ance and control, essential paddle strokes, turning techniques and how to choose the right board and paddle. Courses will be held on protected calm water; no experience is necessary. $110, $95/REI member. Liberty State Park, Morris Pesin Dr, Jer- sey City. Info, necessary gear: NewYork-OS@ REI.com.


SUNDAY, JULY 7


Free Embayment Paddling Program – July 7, 13, 20, 28. 9am-12pm, July 7; 12-6pm, July 13; 3-7pm, July 20; 10:30am-4:30pm, July 28. Take ad- vantage of free kayaking days. Experience the Hud- son River and amazing views of the New York City Skyline. Volunteers with expert paddling skills are on hand to help and instruct beginners. All sessions weather dependent. Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse, Maxwell Place Park, 11th & Sinatra Dr, Hoboken. HobokenCoveBoathouse.org.


Butterflies for Beginners – 1pm. Attend a


30-minute talk and slide show about butterflies, then go with the group looking for butterflies around the park. Meadowlands Environment Cen- ter, One DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. RSVP, Don Torino: 201-230-4983, GreatAuk4@aol. com. For last-minute updates & weather adviso- ries: MeadowBlog.net.


MONDAY, JULY 8


Mommy & Me Yoga – Mon or Wed thru Aug 12/14. 9-10am. The little yogis, ages 3-5, will stretch, breathe, move and have fun as they learn basic yoga poses alongside mom. Your little ones will build gross motor skills and make new friends, while moms bond and move with them. All levels welcome; parent must accompany child. Bring a beach towel or yoga mat. $25/6-wk ses- sion; limited to 20. Pier A Park, 1st & Sinatra, Hoboken. Geri Fallo: 201-420-2207, GFallo@ HobokenNJ.org.


TUESDAY, JULY 9


Mercado Park Music Series: German Gonzalez Trio – 6-8pm. Throughout the summer the Histor- ic Downtown Special Improvement District pres- ents outdoor concerts featuring varied and unique musicians. The trio comprises German Gonzales, guitar; Jon di Fiore, drums; Daniel Duke, upright bass. Weather permitting; bring a low-back seat or blanket. Free. Mercado Park, 199 Newark Ave, Jersey City. ConVivoMusic.org.


Family Fun Night: The Polka Dot Pals – Tues- days thru July. 7-8pm. The City of Hoboken pres- ents the Ron Albanese band for a music and com- edy show for children and families. There will be songs for everyone, costumes, props, special ef- fects and more. Free; co-sponsored by My Gym Hoboken. Shipyard Park, 13th St & McFeeley Dr, Hoboken. Geri Fallo: 201-420-2207, GFallo@ HobokenNJ.org.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 10


Circus Under the Stars – 7pm. An unusual and dazzling variety show filled with high-flying ac- robats, ground acts and super silly characters. Pre- sented by Aerial Acrobat Entertainment. A movie showing follows at 9pm. Rain date July 17. Free. Pier A Park, 1st & Sinatra, Hoboken. Geri Fallo: 201-420-2207, GFallo@HobokenNJ.org.


Movies Under the Stars – 9pm. Bring a blanket or a low back chair and enjoy an outdoor show- ing of Silver Linings Playbook. Rain date Aug 14. Free. Pier A Park, 1st & Sinatra, Hoboken. Geri Fallo: 201-420-2207, GFallo@HobokenNJ.org.


FRIDAY, JULY 12


Henry VIII – 7pm. One of Shakespeare’s great historical dramas adapted to outdoor performance and directed by Jon Ciccarelli. Founded in 1992, Hudson Shakespeare Company strives to bring the classics and contemporary theater to many loca- tions and venues in New Jersey. Free. Van Vorst Park (the park’s gazebo in case of rain), Mont- gomery St & Jersey Ave, Jersey City.


SATURDAY, JULY 13


Kids’ Lab: Playful Polymers – 10:45-11:30am, 11:45am-12:30pm, 1:30-2:15pm. Slippery, ooey


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