5 Things to Do This Weekend

by Sebastian Krawiec

We’ve got some interesting prospects in store for the weekend!

Van Vorst Park Farmers’ Market

You can start your weekend off right by buying some fresh veggies and supporting local vendors. It may be cold outside, but take advantage of in season products before it’s too late. It’s on Saturday at 8:30am until 3pm.

Montgomery Street and Jersey Avenue

Jersey City, NJ 07302

Jersey City Mayor’s Christmas Concert

With Christmas fast approaching, and the stress of last minute shopping taking its toll, get in the spirit with some wonderful Christmas music performed by The Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea at the Historic Landmark Loews Theater at 7pm on Saturday.

For more info click here.

Bierfest Saturdays!

If you like beer, brats and polka, this is just the thing to do. Experience Oktoberfest in your own back yard at the Zeppelin Hall Restaurant & Biergarten this Saturday, starting at 9pm until 1am.

88 Liberty View Drive

Jersey City, NJ

JCity Theater

If you’re a fan of theater, in particular, comedic theater, JCity Theater’s latest production A Tuna Christmas, may just strike your fancy. Check it out this Saturday at 8pm. To purchase tickets and get more info, click here.

Holiday Sunday Brunch Party

Do you like brunch? Do you like to party? Well, you can combine the two this Sunday in the Chandelier Room of The W Hotel in Hoboken. With a DJ, food and bottle service, you can’t go wrong with this one. For more information on the event and how to make a reservation, click here.

Feel free to add to this list! Just comment below.

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