10 {Chill} JC Things to Look Forward to in November

10 {Chill} JC Things to Look Forward to in November

Posted in Entertainment on November 01, 2018

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The weather may be growing increasingly hostile, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your social life! We've gathered up some things to get you through November while you look forward to Thanksgiving!


Comedy Open Mic at Art House — November 1st

Every Thursday throughout November, Art House will be hosting a Comedy Open Mic Night! For $5 you can get 5-7 minutes of performance time. Head over and test out your comedy chops, or just enjoy the performances and support some local talent! More information can be found here. 262 17th St.


Your Move at Loew's Jersey Theatre — November 2nd

Your Move is an annual Modern Dance Festival Co-Presented by Art House Productions and Friends of the Loew's. The evening will be filled with incredibly talented dancers, perfectly curated for an entertaining and emotional show! Tickets are $18 in advance or $25 at the door. More information can be found on their event page here. 54 Journal Square Plaza.


RJO All-Stars at Brightside Tavern — November 5th

Head over to Brightside Tavern to catch the RJO All-Stars and their monthly jam session, presented in collaboration with Riverview Jazz, starting at 8pm. 141 Bright St.


Serata Toscana con Jersey Wine and Spirits at Pasta Dal Cuore — November 7th

Pasta Dal Cuore will be hosting an intimate Tuscan winemaker dinner, pairing wines from A Vigliano Winery with a carefully curated five-course tasting menu. Tickets can be purchased here. 527 Jersey Ave.


2018 Glow Walk Run at Liberty State Park — November 10th

Join Epilepsy Services New Jersey in their effort to raise awareness and donations to provide education, recreation, and support to individuals living with epilepsy in New Jersey. This 5th Annual Glow Walk and Run follows a 5km route through Liberty State Park and will feature live music, glow in the dark games, informational exhibits, and tons of other amazing activities! Register here. Liberty State Park.


Jersey City Veteran's Day Parade — November 10th

Join your fellow JC community members for the Veteran's Day Parade starting at 12pm at Dickinson High School. For more details check out the event page here. 2 Palisade Ave.


Urban Garden Tea Party at Loosen Up JC — November 11th

Haven't you always wanted to grow your very own fresh herbs? Now is your chance to learn the ins and outs of indoor herb gardening while enjoying some classy tea party vibes! To register visit the event page here. 188 Newark Ave, Suite 2.


The Last Waltz at White Eagle Hall — November 16th

If you're planning on going to one concert this month, then this is certainly going to be the best bang for your buck, with a huge array of Hudson County's best musicians coming together at White Eagle Hall to recreate The Band's final performance it is sure to be an incredible night filled with fantastic music! Tickets can be purchased here. 337 Newark Ave.


Jersey City Craft Brew Fest — November 17th

It's that time of year again, the Jersey City Craft Brew Fest will return to the Harborside Atrium for another amazing day filled with an incredible selection of over 150 beers, featuring local NJ breweries! To purchase tickets and for more details visit the website here and make sure to buy soon and take advantage of the early-bird prices! Harborside 3 Atrium, 210 Hudson St.


LITM's 15th Anniversary Bash — November 17th

Your favorite local karaoke bar and collaborative art hub is celebrating its 15th Anniversary with a quinceañera-themed party! Head over to celebrate this amazing milestone with this Jersey City staple, the party will be going all night long! 140 Newark Ave.


Written by Claire Layton

Claire is a quintessential Canadian girl looking forward to exploring JC one craft beer at a time! She is a graduate student of anthropology, spending all of her free time either at the gym, frequenting comedy bars, or scouring the city for free concerts.