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All Calendar events for the August issue must be received by July 10th and adhere to our guidelines. Visit NAHudson.com for guidelines and to submit entries.


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Meditation Session – 10-10:30am, daily & 6:30- 7pm, weekdays. Start and end your days with the stress-busting, health-giving benefits of medita- tion. No registration required. Free. AuM Body and Soul Spa, 7000 JFK Blvd E, Guttenberg. 201-520-0211. AuMBodyAndSoul.com.


sunday


Community Yoga Class – 9am. $10 donation. SunMoon Yoga, 413 Monmouth St, Jersey City. 201-963-7999.


Bird Walk with the Meadowlands Commis- sion – 10am. 1st Sun. A 2-hr guided nature walk in DeKorte Park looking for seasonal arrivals, Bald Eagles and other birds. Walk conducted by the Meadowlands Commission and the Audubon Society. Meadowlands Environment Center, 3 Dekorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. RSVP: 201-230- 4983. Don Torino: GreatAuk4@aol.com. For last-minute weather updates: MeadowBlog.net.


Pet Loss Support Group – 2pm. 1st Sun. Sup- port for anyone coping with the loss or impend- ing loss of their companion animal. Liberty Hu- mane Society, 235 Jersey City Blvd, Jersey City. Allison: 201-547-4147 x 500.


monday


Digital Photography for Teens – 4pm. Teens entering grades 6-12 can take part in a digital photography workshop taught by Wendy Setzer. Free. Hoboken City Library, 500 Park Ave, Hoboken. Preregistration required: 201-420- 2280. Hoboken.BCCLS.org.


HOHA Run – 7:40pm. 4 miles. With the Hobo- ken Harriers Running Club, a diverse group of run- ners/joggers. All abilities welcome. Church Square Park, 4th & Park, Hoboken. Info: HOHA.net.


William D. McDowell Observatory Session – 8:30-10pm. Observe the skies through the 20-inch-diameter telescopes. Storms or cloudy skies cancel. Access is by a 25-step spiral stair- case. First-come admission basis. NJMC Center for Environmental and Scientific Education, 3 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. 201-460-8300. Viewing weather: RST2.edu.


tuesday


Culinary Café Lunch Buffet – 12-1:30pm. Students from Hudson County Community Col- lege’s Culinary Institute, under the direction of


Chef Rick Low, will prepare a gourmet buffet lunch using organic, local ingredients. Open to the public. $12. Culinary Conference Center, 161 Newkirk St, Jersey City. 201-360-5302. Culi- naryConferenceCenter.com.


Gaming Day – 3:30-5:30pm. Join us for weekly event of board gaming. Challenge your friends or even our staff members. Open to any child. No registration required. Free. Children’s area, Se- caucus Public Library, 1379 Paterson Plank Rd, Secaucus. 201-330-2085. Secaucus.BCCLS.org.


Hoboken Rotary Fellowship & Networking – 6pm. 3rd Tues. Opportunity to meet with other business and professional people on a profes- sional level or simply for fellowship. $20 if have meal. The Brass Rail, 135 Washington St, Hobo- ken. HobokenRotary.org.


Needleworkers Round Table – 6:30-8:30pm. 2nd Tues. All needle art workers (knitters, cro- cheters and quilters) welcome. Members share information, skill, ideas and patterns. Bring your unfinished work or start something new. Secau- cus Public Library, Panasonic Rm, 139 Paterson Plank Rd, Secaucus. 201-30-2083. Secaucus. BCCLS.org.


HOHA Run – 8:10pm. 2.5 miles. With the Hoboken Harriers Running Club, a diverse group of runners/joggers. All abilities welcome. YMCA, 13th & Washington, Hoboken. Info: HOHA.net.


wednesday


Hearing Screening – 1st Wed. By appointment for residents over age 50. Participants complete hearing assessment questionnaire and receive a hearing screening by a certified audiologist. Re- ferrals made for those needing further evaluation. Kearney Public Nursing Dept, 645 Kearny Ave, Kearny. Appts: 201-997-0600. KearneyUSA. com.


New Mothers Support Group – 11am. Call on the day of class and an announcement can be heard on answering machine confirming class and location. Hoboken University Medical Cen- ter, 308 Willow Ave, Hoboken. 201-418-1015. EFernandez@HobokenUMC.com.


Bayonne Quilt Club – 11am-2:45pm. A green organization that transforms unwanted fabrics into beautiful and warm quilts that are then do- nated back to charities in the community. The Fourth St Senior Center, 16 W Fourth St, Bay- onne. To make a fabric donation, or to join the Quilt Club: 201-858-6129.


Bayonne Parents of Autistic Kids Support Group – 7-9pm. 1st Wed. Support group for par- ents and caregivers of children who have autism spectrum disorders. Group run by Patricia Ken-


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