LeFrak Wellness Center grand opening
Hoboken Grace launching 2022 programs
Hoboken Grace is launching new 2022 programming focused on finances and marriage. Financial Peace University (FPU) and Re|Engage will launch the week of Jan. 23 to provide growth opportunities to individuals and couples looking for help in these important areas of life.
FPU is available in-person and online and the program has already demonstrated significant success. In 2018, participants collectively paid off an estimated $8.5M in debt and saved $10M in cash. This enabled many members of the community to improve their financial outlooks and transformed how they could then give back to the community through increased giving.
Re|Engage launches with small in-person groups starting as early as Sunday, Jan. 23. The 16-week program provides support no matter what someone’s personal marriage situation is. Classes are already mostly filled, so anyone interested should sign up quickly. A waitlist was created last year and may occur again this year.
FPU offers practical lessons to eliminate debt, build wealth, enable generosity, and much more. The 9-week program takes biblically-based principles and turns them into straightforward and actionable steps.
Re|Engage is a 16-week small-group course for married couples looking to strengthen their marriages.
For more information about FPU or to sign up, click here. Space for Re|Engage is extremely limited. Click here to sign up.
Silk Mill art show and ballet performance
The Silk Mill Art Show, hosted by Alex Katsenelinboigen, takes place on Saturday, Jan. 22, from 3 to 8 p.m. The show will feature paintings and sculpture by Silk Mill artists, open studios, and a ballet performance by American Liberty Ballet.
Featured artists include Alex Katsenelinboigen, Haksul Lee, John Balsamo, Natsuki Takauji, and Dimitri Karabehievsky.
The show will be held at 527 40th St., Union City.
LeFrak Wellness Center grand opening
The new Francine A. LeFrak Wellness Center in Kearny will have its grand opening on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 11 a.m.
The new Wellness Center will provide medical, behavioral, and dental diagnostic screenings, referrals, as well as nutrition and healthy lifestyle support. The clinic is solely dedicated to New Jersey Reentry Corporation (NJRC) court-involved participants.
You can confirm your attendance through the Eventbrite link here. The grand opening will take place at the NJRC Training Center at 195 Campus Drive, Kearny.
JCFPL to restore evening hours
After modifying hours due to COVID-19, and progressively restoring services, starting Monday, Jan. 24, the Jersey City Free Public Library will once again offer evening hours.
With this restoration, all regional branches will be open six days a week, with evening hours one day a week. The Priscilla Gardner Main Library will offer evening hours twice a week. All COVID safety guidelines will be followed.
New Vault Health testing site opens in Union City
This past week, Vault Health continued its expanding access to testing across New Jersey by opening four new testing sites. These testing sites were opened through a partnership with the New Jersey Department of Health and the local county health departments. With these openings, Vault is now operating nine community testing sites at no cost to residents.
The new Hudson County testing site opened Monday, Jan. 17, at Colin Powell School, 1500 New York Ave., Union City.
The Hudson County Testing Site will be open Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Testing is available for PCR and rapid antigen.
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