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to different parts of the world and her near death experience in Paris. Learn that prayers are being answered and that you are never alone. Come and get your copy. Circle of Harmony, 746 Kearny Ave, Kearny. 201-970-6309.


Free Embayment Paddling Program – 9:30am- 4pm. See Aug 3 listing. Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse, Maxwell Place Park, 11th & Sinatra Dr, Hoboken. Info@HobokenCoveBoathouse. org. HobokenCoveBoathouse.org.


MONDAY, AUGUST 12


Macbeth – Aug 12 & 19. 7pm. The play is considered one of William Shakespeare’s darkest and most powerful tragedies. It


is adapted to


outdoor performance, and directed by Noelle Fair. Founded in 1992, Hudson Shakespeare Company strives to bring the classics and contemporary theater


to many locations and


venues in New Jersey. Donations accepted. Frank Sinatra Park, 410 Frank Sinatra Dr, Hoboken. HudsonShakespeare.org/UpcomingShows.html.


TUESDAY, AUGUST 13


Kundalini Yoga – Aug 13, 14, 17. Tues & Wed, 7-8:30pm; Sat, 10-11:30am. Class is 90 minutes that can change your life, because in 1 session people of all ages, sizes and levels of fitness have felt positive changes which can include substantial benefits to any and all challenges of the human condition, body, mind and spirit. $11, cash only. St John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. Brian Riley: 917- 968-2112. UnionCityYoga.com.


WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14


Kundalini Yoga – 7-8:30pm See Aug 13 listing. St John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. Brian Riley: 917-968- 2112. UnionCityYoga.com.


A Movie under the Stars: The Croods – 8pm. A prehistoric comedy adventure that follows the world’s first family traveling across a spectacular landscape on a journey of a lifetime when the cave that has always shielded them from danger is destroyed. Bring a blanket or a low back chair and enjoy the 98-min outdoor showing. Free. Pier A Park, 1st & Sinatra, Hoboken. Geri Fallo: 201- 420-2207. GFallo@HobokenNJ.org.


THURSDAY, AUGUST 15


Laughter Yoga – 7-8:15pm. Did you know that your body doesn’t know the difference between real and fake laughter? Come out for a session where laughing is what it’s all about. Laughter yoga is laughing plus yoga breathing. Simple as that. No mats, no downward dogs, no chatarungas. Just fun. One Leadership Group Space, 2nd fl, 121 Newark Ave, Jersey City. Meetup.com/JC- Laughter-Yoga.


FRIDAY, AUGUST 16


Children’s Performance of Grease – 6pm. A version of the musical Grease edited for a cast aged 7 and up from the township’s musical theater camp. The Grange Hall, Main St, Harrison Township. Info, tickets: 856-223-8777. HarrisonTwp.us.


SATURDAY, AUGUST 17


Kundalini Yoga – 10-11:30am. See Aug 13 listing. St John’s Episcopal Church Rectory, 1514 Palisade Ave, Union City. Brian Riley: 917-968- 2112. UnionCityYoga.com.


Paleo-Art Weekend – Aug 17 & 18, 10am- 6pm. Paleo-art is art that depicts subjects related to paleontology. Step-by-step instructions will teach children to draw dinosaurs, and create a colossal mural as a result. Plan on getting dirty hands learning what it means to be a dig site sketcher. Free with admission. Field Station: Dinosaurs, One Dinosaur Way, Secaucus. FieldStationDinosaurs.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,


precautions and contradictions, comfort care for gas and colic, and comfort care for teething. $40, $60/couple. Jersey City Medical Center, 4th Fl Conference Rm, 355 Grand St, Jersey City. RSVP, Laura Lacey: 201-927-0648. LibertyHealth.org.


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 answer 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/couple. Jersey City Medical Center, 4th Fl Conference Rm, 355 Grand St, Jersey City. RSVP: Laura Lacey: 201-927-0648. LibertyHealth.org.


Listen to the Rain – 1-3pm. Stormy storms and windy weather. Explore the beauty and mystery of the sounds of rain using found objects and percussion instruments. Kids can help bring storms to life with the words of Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault. Bring a picnic and a blanket. Tents are erected in case of real rain. Free. Elysian Park, 10th & Hudson, Hoboken. 201-779-0150. HobokenNJ.org. TempestProductions.org.


Hoboken Food & Culture Tour – 2-5:30pm. See Aug 3 listing. Departs from the Hoboken PATH station, Corner of Hudson Pl & River St, Hoboken. 201-653-1500. Info@HobokenFoodTour.com.


Free Embayment Paddling Program – 2:30- 7pm. See Aug 3 listing. Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse, Maxwell Place Park, 11th & Sinatra Dr, Hoboken. Info@HobokenCoveBoathouse. org. HobokenCoveBoathouse.org.


SUNDAY, AUGUST 18


Green Mile Charity Annual 5K – 8am, registration; 10am, race start. Scenic, flat and fast waterfront course, USATF certified. Race benefits educational outreach in local schools using wind and solar hands-on kits to engage students. Green Mile Charity, 1 Audrey Zapp, Jersey City. Michael Burghoffer: 646-659-7797. Info@GreenMileOutreach.org.


Hoboken Gallery Walk – 2-6pm. Galleries and art spaces around Hoboken participate in a coordinated tour de force with special events and receptions open to the public. Find a wealth of fantastic art in spaces with atmospheres ranging from sophisticated to funky, highlighting the work of local, regional and international artists.


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