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tic art in spaces with atmospheres ranging from sophisticated to funky, highlighting the work of local, regional and international artists. Details, directions,


galleries: 201-459-0700. Hoboken GalleryWalk.com.


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 Zumba – 7:30-8:30pm. See Sept 3 listing. $12, cash only. St John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. 201-301-8340. ASJWellness@gmail.com.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21


Cystic Fibrosis 5K – 10am. Kids’ Run, 11am. Fast and easy course with a slight incline at the beginning and a downhill finish. Cash prizes and age-group awards. Post-race party. All proceeds go to the Cystic Fibrosis Center at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. 2nd Street & Palisade Ave, Union City. 201-921-3414. OConnellsRun@ yahoo.com.


Baby Massage – 11am-12:30pm. It’s called the gift of love, and your baby will love it. Learn: a full baby massage, energizing stretches, precau- tions and contradictions, comfort care for gas and colic, and comfort care for teething. $40, $60/ couple. Jersey City Medical Center, 4th Fl Con- ference Rm, 355 Grand St, Jersey City. RSVP, Laura Lacey: 201-927-0648. LibertyHealth.org.


Bellydance – 11:30AM-12:30pm. See Sept 7 list- ing. $12, cash only. St John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. 201-301- 8340. ASJWellness@gmail.com.


Baby Nutrition: The 1st Year – 1-2:30pm. If you are pregnant, have a newborn or a baby ready to start on solids, this class is for you. It will an- swer questions all new moms have, such as: what to eat while breastfeeding, when to start babies on solids, what are the best foods to introduce first, how to make nutritious baby food. $40, $60/cou- ple. Jersey City Medical Center, 4th Fl Confer- ence Rm, 355 Grand St, Jersey City. RSVP: Laura Lacey: 201-927-0648. LibertyHealth.org.


Eco-Cruises – Sept 21, 28, 29. 3-5:30pm. These are the trips you’ve read about in the daily press. Fun, educational tours of the Hackensack River or the NJ Meadowlands aboard specially-rigged pontoon boats. Intended to increase awareness of the lower Hackensack River watershed as a vi- tal resource, Eco-Cruises, fully narrated by a US Coast Guard-licensed Captain, are appropriate for individuals, couples or families, but not under age 4. $25, $10/ages 4-12. Reservations required. Hugh Carola: 201-968-0808. HackensackRiver keeper.org.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22


Lakad Tulong 5K Run/Walk – 8:45am. 1.5K Fun Walk, 10:30am. Fund-raising event for vic- tims of natural calamities in the Philippines, Ja- pan, Pakistan and the USA. Run is USATF certi- fied; mostly flat with some hills; scenic course by the Bay with views of New York Skyline; pre and post refreshments. Stephen R. Gregg Couny Park, Bayonne. Register: HandangTumulong.org.


5K Run & 2 Mile Walk for Cancer – 9am. Walk, 9:15am. Scenic double-loop on the paved waterfront paths of the park. USATF Certified;


mile clocks; water stops. Proceeds benefit Dr. Nancy Kemeny’s Pump Research Fund, which is committed to discovering innovative ways to manage and overcome colorectal cancer. DJ and prizes. Stephen R. Gregg Park, Bayonne. Tara Smith: 201-681-6600. Rentas@jnr5Kwalk.com.


Free Embayment Paddling Program – 10am- 2:30pm. See Sept 1 listing. Hoboken Cove Com- munity Boathouse, Maxwell Place Park, 11th & Sinatra Dr, Hoboken. Info@HobokenCoveBoat- house.org. HobokenCoveBoathouse.org.


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24


Bellydance – 6:15-7:15pm. See Sept 7 listing. $12, cash only. St John’s Episcopal Church Recto- ry, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. 201-301-8340. ASJWellness@gmail.com.


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26


Public Education Workshop: Anti-Aging and Cellular Detoxification – Preregistration request- ed, seating limited. Free. Walk in Health, 734 Broadway, Bayonne. Judy: 201-858-0444.


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27


Arturo O’Farrill Quintet – 8pm. Journey into the small ensemble world of GRAMMY winning Arturo, whose material is very different from a big band repertoire and more intimate. Special guest Claudia Acuna, whose work with Arturo resulted in the recording In These Shoes. Claudia and Ar- turo will perform some of these songs and some new arrangements. Tickets from $27. Sharp The- ater, Ramapo College, US 202, Mahwah. Tickets: 201-684-7844. Ramapo.edu.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28


NJ Grief Relief 5K – 8am. Make a difference in the life of a child by participating in the annual run/walk to benefit Comfort Zone Camp, a free bereavement camp held year-round across the country for children 7-17 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver. The Run/Walk features a clearly marked trail, an opening ceremony and fun activities. Liberty State Park, Jersey City. Brandon English: 201- 867-2077. BEnglish@ComfortZoneCamp.org.


Hudson County Day – 10am-6pm. Hudson County was named for explorer Henry Hudson. Today the county boasts a wealth of parks, busi- nesses and schools, transportation hubs and his- torical landmarks. Discounts for Hudson County Residents (present photo ID at Box Office). Field Station: Dinosaurs, One Dinosaur Way, Secaucus. FieldStationDinosaurs.com.


Zumba – 10:15-11:15am. See Sept 3 listing. $12, cash only. St John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. 201-301-8340. ASJWellness@gmail.com.


Jersey City Medical Center Baby Fair – 11am- 3pm. Showcase of the services available at the Medical Center and throughout Hudson County for new and expectant families, from newborn thru


grandparents. Professionals will discuss


pregnancy, birth and pediatric care, prenatal yoga and massage services, new daddy boot-camp and grand-parenting. Tours of renovated maternity unit and raffle prizes. A staffed play area so adults can take part in activities. Free. JCMC First Floor Cafeteria, 355 Grand St, Jersey City. TTuri@Lib- ertyHCS.org.


Free


Embayment Paddling Program – 1-5:30pm. See Sept 1 listing. Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse, Maxwell Place Park, 11th & Sinatra Dr, Hoboken. Info@HobokenCove- Boathouse.org. HobokenCoveBoathouse.org.


Eco-Cruises – 3-5:30pm. See Sept 21 list- ing. $25, $10/ages 4-12. Reservations required. Hackensack. Info, Hugh Carola: 201-968-0808. HackensackRiverkeeper.org.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29


Ramapo College Open House – Students, friends and families are invited to visit and tour the cam- pus, speak with faculty and learn more about what Ramapo College has to offer. Ramapo students typically rank in the top 20% of their graduating class with a middle 50% range of critical reading and math SAT scores. Ramapo College of New Jersey, 505 Ramapo Valley Rd, Mahwah. RSVP: 201-684-7500. Ramapo.edu.


Hoboken Arts & Music Festival – 11am-6pm. Festival hosts more than 300 artists, crafters, photographers, sculptors, local businesses, res- taurants, food vendors, local non-profits & more. Children’s activities on 3rd St include rides, games, creative activities, face painting, sand art, balloons and live performances. Three stages of live music starting at noon. Rain or shine. Free. Washington St between Observer Highway and 7th St, Hoboken. Geri Fallo: 201-420-2207. Hob- oCulturalAffairs@gmail.com.


Eco-Cruises – 3-5:30pm. See Sept 21 list- ing. $25, $10/ages 4-12. Reservations re- quired.


Hackensack. Info, Hugh Carola: 201-968-0808. HackensackRiverkeeper.org.


plan ahead


MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 Higher Brain Living– 6:30-8:30pm. Learn how to open your own “AWAKEN Higher Brain Living™ Center” and earn up to $300K annu- ally while shifting humanity from lower brain to Higher Brain Living®! Be part of a purpose driven movement to change the world. The New Yorker Hotel Grand Ballroom, 481 8th Ave, NYC. www.HigherBrainLivingEvents.com.


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