For ten days of events, the JCTC has combined two festivals.
From April 18 to April 28, JCTC will be presenting Sant Jordi USA in Jersey City and online. The event commemorates international literature and the arts.
The Sant Jordi USA Book Festival and the Sant Jordi Festival of Performing Arts in Jersey City are combined in an effort to increase the impact of both Sant Jordi Day in the United States and the presence of the arts and literature from across the globe.
The Barrow Street Studios, 165 Newark Ave., Jersey City, entrance to the festival is free and open to the public with a $20 offer.
Easter at the Bayonne Youth Center and Hoboken Museum
The Bayonne Youth Center is hosting an Easter Party for kids aged 4 to 10. The event will include games, decorations, and meeting the Easter Bunny. The Center is conveniently located at 524 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Bayonne, on the corner of 20th Street.
The fun isn't just in Bayonne. On the same day as Rand Hope of the Hoboken Historical Museum gets into his "Hoppy" bunny costume. There will be eggs filled with interesting animals, although the Museum may even meet up with Hoboken's City Hall Bunny.
Keanna Faircloth is playing in a Spirit of Life ensemble.
When Keanna Faircloth, guest host, performs on Thursday, April 21, from 6 to 7 p.m., the Jersey City Free Public Library's Community Awareness Series honors Jazz Appreciation Month.
Faircloth served as a tribute to Paul Robeson and will feature T.K. Blue on YouTube at youtube.com/user/jclibrarynj/videos.
The Hoboken Library continues to hold poetry Month.
On Wednesday, April 20, the Hoboken Public Library will resume its national poetry month with Liz Ndoye as the weekly program takes a look at Cy Twombly's work, which frequently depicted Greek myths.
One of Twombly's photographs, Hero and Leander, was inspired by Christopher Marlowe's poem by the same name.
Students may consider a mythological character or creature who they know and create a painting, drawing, or sculpture in honor of the class.
The time it takes to register at or on the library's website at. The registration closes 15 minutes before the event. The only ones who register will receive the Zoom link and password for the class 15 minutes before the class starts.
Karaoke is back in the Bayonne Elks.
On Friday, April 22, there will be a cash bar and a food menu. The Bayonne Elks is located at 364 Broadway, Bayonne.
The Brightside is back in motion.
Darkside Comedy will air on Thursday, April 21, at 8:30 p.m., with live jazz.
Before joining the comedy at 9 p.m., Nick Hempton plays piano while Daniel Simonsen, Michelle Slonim, and Brian Kim.
The Brightside Tavern is located at 141 Bright St., Jersey City. Tickets can be purchased for $15 at Eventbrite at.