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This year’s Novel Night on Oct.13 will raise funds to be used toward the replacement of the Hoboken Public Library’s front door. Members of the Novel Night committee in front of the library are Susan Moore, Jane Klueger, Ruth Charnes, Joan Enger, Phil Huling and Lynda Layng. For more information about the event, sponsored by The Friends of the Hoboken Library, visit www.hobokenfol.org/novelnight.html.  (Photo: Erica Meneses)
This year’s Novel Night on Oct.13 will raise funds to be used toward the replacement of the Hoboken Public Library’s front door. Members of the Novel Night committee in front of the library are Susan Moore, Jane Klueger, Ruth Charnes, Joan Enger, Phil Huling and Lynda Layng. For more information about the event, sponsored by The Friends of the Hoboken Library, visit www.hobokenfol.org/novelnight.html. (Photo: Erica Meneses)
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Hoboken Rotary to host fundraiser for Hoboken Charter School fire

The Hoboken Rotary will hold a fundraiser on Tuesday Sept. 18 from 6-9 p.m. at Turtle Club, 936 Park Ave, Hoboken. All proceeds will go directly to Hoboken Charter School in hopes that they can reopen as soon as possible. For additional information or to donate, visit hobokenrotary.org.

Students at the Hoboken Charter School won’t return to school until Tuesday at the earliest, after a fire swept through its top floor on Thursday morning. George Cahn of Cahn Communications of Hoboken said Friday morning that the students were given Friday and Monday off, while school officials work on “assessing potential interim space.”

The fire, on the top floor of 713 Washington St., forced the evacuation of the school on the first day of the new school year. All children and adults were safely escorted out of the building, according to city officials. At least one firefighter suffered smoke inhalation and was taken to Hoboken University Medical Center for treatment.

Children from Hoboken Charter School were taken to the Multi Service Center at the corner of Second Street and Grand Street. All Saints relocated their students to St. Nicholas at 527 Clinton St.

“Most importantly, I thank the teachers, our firefighters and police for making sure everyone is safe,” said Mayor Zimmer. “We’ll be working directly with Hoboken Charter to help them through this situation.”

Golf outing to raise funds for Hudson Catholic Academy

Hoboken Catholic Academy is partially subsidized through fundraisers. One of their largest annual fundraisers is a golf outing, which this year will be held on Friday, Oct. 12 starting at 9:30 a.m. at Woodlake Country Club, 25 New Hampshire Ave., Lakewood. If you’re interested in taking part, contact Mike Tennaro at (201) 659-4175 or at mtbull0507@hotmail.com.

Some ways that you can choose to participate: enjoy a day of golf at a wonderful course as an individual or with a group of friends/family; use this event to publicize yourself or your business/endeavor; take a chance at the 50/50 Raffle; make a monetary and/or merchandise donation to benefit the school and event.

YMCA to hold fundraiser this week

Starting with an open-bar cocktail hour at 6 p.m. on Monday evening, Sept. 11, the Y will be holding a benefit to support its important ongoing services to the community – including opening 91 units of low-income housing, and renovating the community center and fitness facility.

Natalie Morales, of NBC’s “Today Show,” is scheduled be the featured speaker at the WYNE & DYNE event - a four-course tasting menu prepared by Chef Rodney with wine pairings at Amanda’s Restaurant, 908 Washington St.

Seating is limited and you may pay by check at the door or through www.brownpapertickets.org/event/268078. A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible.

First Ward Ass’n to hold summer party

The First Ward Block Association Annual Summer Party will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 3 to 10 p.m. on Garden Street between Second and Third streets. All members of the community are invited to share in the celebration of this neighborhood. Entrance is $10 for non-members and $5 for members, with kids under 12 free.

The annual Trash to Treasure sale to benefit the scholarship fund will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 at Second and Garden. There will be a number of household items, books, and collectibles for sale. All proceeds from the sale benefit the college scholarship fund, which awards $1,000 annually to a deserving Hoboken graduating senior.

Hoboken High School 50th anniversary events

In celebration of Hoboken High School’s 50th Anniversary, various events will be held about town beginning with a Red Wing Alumni Sports Luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 12-2 p.m. at La Reggia Restaurant, 40 Wood Ave., Secaucus. Those interested in attending can contact Joe Paulillo at joepop52@comcast.net.

There will be a free assembly the following day, Friday Sept. 28, from 1-3 p.m. at Hoboken High School for alumni, faculty, students and administration. Also on Friday, a cocktail reception will be held to benefit the 50th Anniversary Alumni Scholarship Fund from 6-10 p.m. at Kolo Club at Pilsener Haus Beer Garden, 1422 Grand St., Hoboken. For tickets, contact Michel Florio-Ising or Kathleen Kelly at (201) 356-3703.

On Saturday Sept. 29 the varsity football game between Hudson Catholic and Hoboken High School will take place at JFK Memorial Stadium. Alumni stars will be honored in a variety of pre-game and half-time events. A block party will round out the anniversary events between Eighth and Ninth Street on Grand Street from 3-9 p.m. Anyone interested in being a vendor at the fair can contact Christopher Munoz at Christopher.Munoz@hoboken.k12.nj.us or by calling (201) 978-2164.

Hoboken Oktoberfest coming up

The 2nd Annual Hoboken Oktoberfest is scheduled from noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13 just outside Saints Peter & Paul Church, 404 Hudson St. Like last year, there will be food vendors, a beer garden, music & entertainment and a kids’ village. And this year there will be a Beer Garden Preview Night on Oct. 12 from 6 - 10 p.m.

You can follow the event organizers on Twitter at @HBKNOktoberfest.



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