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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: 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.


Bereavement Support Group for Adults – 6:30-7:30pm. 3rd Wed. For individuals who have recently lost a loved one (family member or friend). The group intention is to bring you comfort during your grieving process. It is suggested that you wait 4-6 weeks after your loss before attending. Free. Jersey City Medical Center, Conference Room 5, 415 Montgomery St, Jersey City. RSVP, Susan Lanning: 201-915-2897 or Nancy Pain: 201-915-2058.


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 Kennedy Blvd, Bayonne. 201-823-9541.


Observatory: Public Stargazing – 8:30-


10pm. See Mon listing. William D. McDowell Observatory, 2 DeKorte Park Plaza, Lyndhurst. 201-460-8300. NJMeadowlands.gov. Viewing weather: RST2.edu.


thursday


Blood Pressure Screening/Health Consultation – 10am-12pm. 2nd Thurs. No appointment necessary. Opportunity to discuss health concerns with the nurse and have their blood pressure taken. Receive information on cardiovascular risk reduction, including diet modification, smoking cessation and benefits of exercise. Kearney Public Nursing Dept, 645 Kearny Ave, Kearny. 201-997- 0600. KearneyUSA.com.


Historic Downtown Farmers’ extensive Market –


Thru Dec. 4-8pm. Market has locally grown or produced food items, many vendors with homemade products,


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.


Teen Craft Club – 6pm. Craft club projects include beading, hook rugs, drawing, origami and more. Hoboken City Library, 500 Park Ave, Hoboken. 201-420-2280. Hoboken.BCCLS.org.


SJC Green Drinks + ART – 6-9pm. 3rd Thurs. Community members interested in sustainability get together for some down time at new networking venue for live music, food and drinks, art installations and information sharing. Culinary Conference Center Lounge, Hudson County Community College, near Journal Square PATH, 161 Newkirk St, Jersey City. SustainableJC.org.


Bereavement Support – 6:30pm. Support for anyone grieving the loss of a loved one. Chapel, Christ Hospital, 176 Palisades Ave, Jersey City. Pastoral Care: 201-795-8397.


Padres Ayundando a Padres – 7-9pm. 1st Thurs. Group provides support, information and resources to the Spanish-speaking autism community. Iglesia San Augustin, 3900 New York Ave, Union City. Susana Albistur: 201-864-7262.


HOHA Run – 7:40pm. 5 miles. With the Hoboken Harriers Running Club,


a diverse


group of runners/joggers. All abilities welcome. Fleet Feet, 604 Washington, Hoboken. Info: HOHA.net.


HERS Run and Training – 7:45pm. A welcoming and supportive environment for women runners or that want to be runners. Beginners encouraged to join as we emphasize training, development and participating in local races. Hudson Tavern, 14th & Hudson sts, Hoboken. Elysianettes.com.


friday


Teen Game Time – 3pm. Play Station 2, XBOX 360 and Wii sports, music and game time. For grades 6-12. Free. Hoboken City Library, 500 Park Ave, Hoboken. 201-420-2280. Hoboken. BCCLS.org.


Friday Night Dinner – 6:30pm. Savor a delicious and unique experience when chef instructors and


students of the training program pour


their expertise and enthusiasm into a 3-course vegetarian dinner that is both innovative and beautifully presented. $40, a portion goes to charity. The Natural Gourmet, 48 W 21st St, 2nd Fl, New York, NY. Reservations: 212-645-5170.


saturday


New Meadowlands Flea Market – 8am- 4pm. Hundreds of vendors; thousands of items from food and flowers to furniture and fashion. Meadowlands, 50 Rte 120, E Rutherford. NewMeadowlandsMarket.com.


HERS Runs – 8:30am. The 3-11-mile run. A supportive environment for women runners or those that want to be runners. Beginners encouraged to join as we emphasize training, development and participating


in local races. natural awakenings November 2013 39 Gazebo in Church Square Park. Elysianettes.com.


Flea Market – 9am-2pm. 3rd Sat. Trinity Parish in Bergen Point, 141 Broadway, Bayonne. 201- 858-4460. TrinityParishBayonne.org.


HOHA Run – 9:10am. 6-9 miles. With the Hoboken Harriers Running Club, a diverse group of runners/joggers. All abilities welcome. Fleet Feet, 604 Washington, Hoboken. Info: HOHA.net.


Kundalini Yoga – Thru Oct. 9:30-10:55am. This complete yoga practice combines breathing techniques, asanas, meditations and mantras in order to strengthen your body, calm your mind and uplift your spirit. Stay after for a cup of tea. $20/drop-in, nonmember; free/first class. St. John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1516 Palisade Ave, Union City. 201-301-8340. ASJWellness@ gmail.com.


A Year with Frog and Toad – Thru Oct 20. 2pm & 5pm. See Sunday listing. Mile Square Theater, 720 Monroe St, 2nd Fl, Hoboken. 201-683-7014. MileSquareTheatre.org.


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