MIDWEEK BRIEFS
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TRAIN SHOW – The oldest model railroad club in America meets in nearby Carlstadt. They have announced the dates of their annual holiday train show. The New York Society of Model Engineers is holding the show at 341 Hoboken Road, three blocks west of Route 17 South, Dec. 3 through 5, Friday 7-10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. Adult admission is $5, and it’s $1 for children 5-12.
TRAIN SHOW – The oldest model railroad club in America meets in nearby Carlstadt. They have announced the dates of their annual holiday train show. The New York Society of Model Engineers is holding the show at 341 Hoboken Road, three blocks west of Route 17 South, Dec. 3 through 5, Friday 7-10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. Adult admission is $5, and it’s $1 for children 5-12.
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Animal shelter controversy gets more heated: Volunteers sue shelter

JERSEY CITY – The controversy over the Liberty Humane Society animal shelter in Jersey City, which takes in stray animals from both Jersey City and Hoboken, continues. Last week, a group of volunteers at the shelter filed a lawsuit making numerous allegations against those running the shelter. These critics have complained since this past summer that the shelter’s new board of directors has implemented a euthanasia policy that killed too many adoptable dogs and cats.

In turn, the directors of the shelter have alleged that one of these volunteers made threats on an anti-shelter Facebook page back in August. Last week, police arrested the man after an investigation and charged him making the threats. The Facebook page in question has since been taken down.

For more on this story, pick up the Jersey City or Hoboken Reporter this coming weekend.

Christmas party fundraiser for Autism Speaks


HOBOKEN –
A fundraiser for Autism Speaks will be held on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Willie McBrides, 616 Grand St. in Hoboken. Crafts, snacks, and more will be provided for the children, as well as an appearance from Santa Claus. Every child that has a ticket will receive a Christmas bag with crafts and more.

Tickets are $10 for kids and $5 for adults. For tickets, call Danielle Puro at 201-669-5179. All proceeds go to “A Walk for Paige,” a team taking part in the May Northern New Jersey “Walk Now for Autism Speaks” in Paramus.

Holiday Crafts Fair this weekend in Hoboken


HOBOKEN –
Get your holiday gift shopping started (and finished) at The Holiday Crafts Fair this weekend, Saturday, Dec. 4 and Sunday, Dec. 5 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Monroe Center, 720 Monroe St. in Hoboken.

Artists’ studios will be open throughout the building, including Christina Andersen – seasonal fresh & dried floral arrangements; Joseph Borzotta – fine art prints; Craig Wallace Dale – photography; Robert Policastro – fine art, and Sissi Siska – hand-painted silk scarves & accessories; and Ed Tadiello – fine art prints, and HV Ceramics.

Amateur mixed martial arts cage fight on Dec. 4


NORTH BERGEN –
Three Hudson County residents will face opponents at a mixed martial arts cage fight, “Homecoming Splash” scheduledat Schuetzen Park, 3167 Kennedy Blvd in North Bergen, on Dec. 4.

North Bergen residents Michael Rodriguez, 24, Ronnie Agosto, 25, Brian Rendon Moncado, 25, along with Jersey City resident Pablo Zambrano, 27, all train at Global Boxing Gym in North Bergen.

The show is being presented by Evolution Amateur MMA in association with CMA fighting.

Tickets are $65 ringside, $55 premium, $45 general admission and can be purchased by calling Julio Rodriguez at (201) 682-9925.

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