Jersey City Independent Weekend Best Bets
As usual there is a lot going on in town this weekend. Tonight kicks off with JC Fridays, meaning there will be art and music events throughout the city. JCI will be at Statuary event tonight stop by and pick up your copy of our Fall issue.
Tonight through Sunday The American Soldier Solo Show plays at the Mile Square Theater. This Off Broadway award nominated one man show explores the bravery and difficulties our veterans with PTSD and their families face on a daily basis.
On Sunday there is a book signing with Heather Green, author of To Catch a Cat: How Three Stray Kittens Rescued Me, at Word Bookstore. A portion of the books sold will be donated to Companion Animal Trust and down the block Fussy Friends will hold their weekly cat adoption.
And next Saturday, Sept. 17 is the annual All About Downtown Street Fair. One of Jersey City’s biggest outdoor events with more than 50,000 people expected to attend. This is a not to miss event!
Don’t forget to plan out the rest of your week with the JCI Cultural Calendar. Have an event to add? Please submit it. We will help you spread the word.
Have a great weekend Jersey City!
The Statuary Presents a JC Fridays special event at The Historic Holland Street! Classical music will be performed by Jersey City’s Con Vivo Music. Modern dance by Jordan Marinov to a live soundtrack performed by Walter Parks and Larry Heinemann. Vibe and visuals by Jeankarlos Cruz.
Enjoy live music and more at the season finally of Groove on Grove and the Artist and Maker Market.
Art House Productions presents, Speranza Theatre Company’s original play: Women Rising: Stories of Hope.
Want more? Check out the all the events for JC Fridays.
Tonight through Sunday The American Soldier Solo Show plays at the Mile Square Theater.
Go sample food, experience unique shopping and enjoy live entertainment at the Monticello Avenue Street Festival.
Book Signing with Paul Czajak author of, Monster Needs to Go To School, at Word Bookstore.
Registration is open for the Fall 2016 Semester for Chess, Math, Programming and Essay Writing at AlphaMinds Academy.
Book signing with Heather Green, author of To Catch a Cat: How Three Stray Kittens Rescued Me, at Word Bookstore.
Don your finest tea attire (think Tim Burton meets Downton Abby) for cocktails and live music from Glen Coleman & Peter Moffit, as well as a live reading of Oscar Wildes’ Fairy Tales, at Grace Church Van Vorst.
Gordon James performs smooth Jazz at Liberty State Park.
SAVE THE DATE
Go enjoy live music, food trucks, an art market, kids area and more at the annual All About Down Town Street Fair!
Find more local event listings on the JCI Cultural Calendar.