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Events Happening This Weekend In Jersey City

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Events Happening This Weekend In Jersey City

No plans this weekend? We’ve got you covered! Below is a list of local events happening in Jersey City this weekend. As the weather gets warmer make sure to enjoy the local parks in Jersey City, maybe even go for a picnic or enjoy one of the outdoor dining options in the area as well!

Resistant Women Art Exhibition Opening

Friday, March 13th at 6 PM – 10 PM

Resistant Women: Art, Empowerment and Activism speaks to diverse and divergent ways women have challenged authority, the status quo and norms. This group exhibition will showcase artists who utilize art as voice, protest and a means of communication to create change by artists and for women. Through photography, film, posters, and art, this exhibition gathers and presents diverse work from local Jersey City and area artists.

Leslie Sheryll, Monika Kalra, Kay Hickman, Janhavi Firke, Ian “Billy Bones” Murphy, Nanette Reynolds Beachner, Alpana Mittal, Rafaelina Tineo, Erin Kuhn, Beth Bentley, Jim Fallon, Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Jin Jung, Anna Kasperowitz, Gwenn Seemel, Frank Ippolito, Patricia Dahlman, Catalina Aranguren, and Heather Williams.

Art Opening: March 13, 6PM – 10PM
Artist Talk: March 20, 6PM – 8PM
Exhibition runs from March 13 – 27

Curated by Atim Annette Oton

Parent’s Night Out

Friday, March 13th at 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

My Gym invited parents to drop off their little ones for an evening of laughter, activities, games, music…. and pizza dinner is included!

Parent’s Night Out! This is a date night made for kids!
On March 13th from 6:30pm-9:30pm.

Open to Members and Non-Members! Book Online Now!

Members: $40/$20 per additional sibling
Non-Members: $50/$25 per additional sibling

Pi Day Celebration

Saturday, March 14th at 9 AM – 5:30 PM
Join LSC on Saturday, March 14 for the most marvelous math day of the year! That’s right—it’s Liberty Science Center’s Pi Day Celebration!

Bring your family for a fun day of themed adventures and activities. Pi has been calculated beyond 31 trillion digits, with no end in sight. During your visit, add a digit to our ever-growing line of numbers, stretching through the atrium and beyond!

The fun continues from there. Explore the different ways mathematicians calculate pi via hands-on activities. Measure the circumference and diameter of circles throughout the building. Join our animal team as they count all our Madagascar hissing cockroaches in the annual Cockroach Count.

Risen Refuge Chili Contest

Saturday, March 14th at 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Risen Refuge’s top chefs will be put to the test Saturday, March 14th, starting at 1:30 to claim the title of Best Chili. And the judging will be tough as everyone is invited to taste the work of the chefs and vote for the best of the best. For only $10 per person, you can taste these amazing recipes and cast your vote for who has the Best Chili in the Risen Refuge.

bwè Youth Film Festival

Saturday, March 14th at 7 PM – 9:30 PM

An evening of showcasing works from the students attending DCTV’s program to teach and support aspiring, emerging and established filmmakers from all walks of life.

The evening will invite the public into our Newport coffee shop, to be introduced to DCTV, a non-profit media center based in downtown NYC, followed by a special screening and Q&A session.

$10 suggested donation at the door, proceeds going to DCTV. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.

St. Patrick’s Week

Sunday, March 16th 

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with food and drink specials on the days leading up to it! Zeppelin Hall will be serving up six Irish dishes including the Irish Reuben Sandwich and the Blarney Stone Burger, and you can also indulge in $5 Guinness and $5 Jameson.


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