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


daily Meditation


Session – 10-10:30am, daily & 6:30-7pm, weekdays. Start and end your days with the stress-busting, health-giving benefits of meditation. 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 Commission – 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. Support for anyone coping with the loss or impending loss of their companion animal. Liberty Humane 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 Hoboken Harriers Running Club, a diverse group of runners/ joggers. All abilities welcome. Church Square Park, 4th & Park, Hoboken. Info: HOHA.net.


Historic Downtown Farmers’ Market – Thru Dec. 4-8pm. Market has locally grown or produced food items, many vendors with homemade products, extensive


selections of organic products, even area food trucks to serve up all kinds of culinary creations. Grove Street PATH Plaza, Newark Ave &Grove St, Jersey City. Rachel Seig: 201-547- 3554.


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Observatory: Public Stargazing – 8:30-10pm. The Observatory’s 20-inch, research-grade telescope is open to the public throughout the year. The focus of each session depends on observing conditions, so check for updates. Access is by a 25-step spiral staircase. Check website for details. Free/first-come admission basis. William D. McDowell Observatory, 2 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst.


201-460-8300. NJMeadowlands.gov. Viewing weather: RST2.edu.


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 staircase. First-come admission basis. NJMC Center for Environmental and Scientific Education, 3 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. 201-460-8300. Viewing weather: RST2. edu.


tuesday


Bird Walk with the Meadowlands Commission – 10am. 3rd Tues. A 2-hr guided nature walk in DeKorte Park looking for seasonal arrivals, Bald Eagles and other birds. Walk conducted by the Meadowlands Society.


Commission Meadowlands and the Environment


Audubon Center,


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Dekorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. RSVP: 201-230- 4983. Don Torino: GreatAuk4@aol.com. For last- minute weather updates: MeadowBlog.net.


Culinary Conference Center Lunch – 12- 1:30pm. The Center takes food very seriously, and diners will find a world-class, gourmet experience to delight the most discerning food lover. It’s a varied multiple course menu with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients and seasonal cuisine, and a focus on wellness that doesn’t sacrifice flavor. $12. Culinary Conference Center, 161 Newkirk St, Jersey City. 201-360-5300. CulinaryConferenceCenter.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, Secaucus 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 professional level or simply for fellowship. $20 if have meal. The Brass Rail, 135 Washington St, Hoboken. HobokenRotary.org.


Needleworkers Round Table – 6:30-8:30pm. 2nd Tues. All needle art workers (knitters, crocheters and quilters) welcome. Members share information, skill, ideas and patterns. Bring your unfinished work or start something new. Secaucus 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


a hearing screening by a certified audiologist. Referrals


assessment made


questionnaire and receive 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 Center, 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 donated back to charities in the community. The Fourth St Senior Center, 16 W Fourth St, Bayonne. To make a fabric donation, or to join the Quilt Club: 201- 858-6129.


Groove on Grove: Outdoor Music – 6-9pm. A family-friendly


event showcasing local


musicians, performers, food vendors and other local businesses. Grove Street PATH, Jersey City. 201-547-3554.


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


Center, 1050


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