Halloween doggie parade in Port Imperial
Port Imperial Paws, the new doggie day care facility, will host a Halloween doggie parade on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 12 to 2 p.m. The facility is located at the Rivers Edge building, 1500 Avenue at Port Imperial. Gift bags, raffles, and treats for children and dogs will be available. For more information or to RSVP e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional parking for Mary/Marie performance
Ticket holders for the sold-out performance of “Mary/Marie” which will take place at the Weehawken Library on Wednesday Oct. 28 and Sunday Nov. 1 are advised that additional parking has been made available at Woodrow Wilson School, 80 Hauxhurst Ave. For more information, contact the Weehawken library at (201) 863-7823.
Black cat adoption event
Meow! Won’t you help a black kitty? According to the Companion Animal Trust and Alley Cat Gallery, black cats are victims of the black cat syndrome and are often the last cats adopted from shelters and rescues. Some people associate them with old myths and superstitions that claim black cats are bad luck. This thinking causes more black cats to be euthanized in shelters than non-black cats. The Companion Animal Trust is trying to dispel these myths so more people will choose to adopt a black cat or kitten.
This Sunday, Oct. 25, from 1 to 4 p.m., the Trust and Alley Cat Gallery will host an all black kitten adoption event in Jersey City. The event will take place at the Gallery’s headquarters located between 4th and 5th Streets in the East-West alley between Jersey and Coles Ave. The first adopter will receive a free bag of Halloween Trick or Treat Candy.
All kittens are spayed or neutered and vaccinated prior to adoption. For more information call (201) 884 9649 or e-mail email@example.com.
Woman’s club fundraising for autism
The Weehawken Woman’s Club, currently celebrating their 90th anniversary year, is holding their annual fundraiser “Night at the Eldorado” on November 9, 2009 to benefit this year’s statewide initiative of Autism Awareness, educating the public of this growing health crisis that afflicts 1 in 94 births in urban communities. The women invite attendees to step back to a time the Palisades Cliffs were a playground of recreation. Tickets are on sale now, for more information call (201) 344-2060.