- 20 HOTdesigners and artists we LOVE
- Sample All Kinds of Whoopie’slatest creations
- Bliss SpaMini Treatments
- $3 Food & Drink Specials
- AND be sure to check-in when you arrive for the chance to win a FREE night stay at the W Hoboken as well as a VIP TABLE at The Chandelier Room!
Taking place at the crossroads of 4th Street, Newark Avenue and Brunswick Street, the event featured an array of local artists’ works, the finest up-and-coming bands New Jersey has to offer, and delicious food from local vendors.
See more photos of the day… Continue reading The 2nd Annual Village Art & Flea Market Held on Saturday May 15th Brings Out Huge Crowd
Small Works and Craft Sale
Saturday, December 12, 2009 -12:00pm – 6:00pm
Paul Vincent Gallery, an emerging gallery for local artists, is hosting a one day art and craft sale. On display jewelry, clothing, scarves, paintings, photography, baked goods, and much much more…
Music will be performed by:
Double Breasted from 12pm-4pm
Paul Vincent Gallery
49 Harrison Street/Observer Highway
Source: Thanks to Sharon Harvey
Will you be there?
While gift-buying consumes the lion’s share of most budgets, holiday decorating doesn’t have to be expensive. A little ingenuity goes a long way!
Here are a host of ways you can decorate your home without spending a bundle this year:
The 4th Annual Powerhouse Arts Festival
11:00am to 6:00pm.
The annual Powerhouse Arts District Neighborhood Association’s barbeque and crafts fair will have all the fine arts, nifty crafts, music, cheap beer and block-partying good times of last year, this year PDNA is adding a bunch more vendor spaces and hopefully some live art this year.
PDNA is seeking VOLUNTEERS for the day of the event. They will need people to help with set up, grill-manning (or woman-ing), beer pouring, etc. There will be free food and drink for all who volunteer, plus that special warm and fuzzy feeling that comes with contributing to a good cause. For more information or to sign up, email Jessica.
The festival is also a fundraiser for the Association. Much of our operating income for the year comes from the Fest – so tell your friends and come eat, drink, and be merry in service of the neighborhood.