Snowstorm permitting, there are plenty of ways to say farewell to February this weekend, and hopefully, welcome some better weather!
Hoboken’s newest watering hole opens up this weekend. McCarthy’s Pub (www.mccarthyshoboken.com), described as “an upscale spin on an Irish Pub” throws a Pre-St.Patrick’s Day Bash as it celebrates the grand opening.
Asbury Park’s Langosta Lounge (www.langostalounge.com) is hosting a “Full Moon Over Haiti” event on Saturday, celebrating the February full moon while also raising funds for Haiti relief efforts.
Canines On The Catwalk—the best in doggie fashion, is Saturday evening’s benefit for Companion Animal Advocates at the Knights Of Columbus Hall in Oakland (companionanimaladvocates.org)
The Fab Four is back! A nationally touring Beatles stage show called Beatlemania Again will rock the Bickford Theatre on Saturday night (www.bickfordtheatre.org).
Feel like hitting the slopes today?
Snowboard Instructor Chickie Rosenberg is holding a special Snowboarding For Women clinic all day at The Hidden Valley Club in Vernon. Here’s the link: www.thehiddenvalleyclub.com.
Tune up your vocals with a master at the Monmouth Civic Chorus Master Class this Saturday at 2pm at the Methodist Church in Red Bank (www.monmouthcivicchorus.org). Broadway’s Lee Roy Reams is helping aspiring singers.
The Monmouth Museum (www.monmouthmuseum.org) has the spotlight on internationally acclaimed artist George Segal. This exhibition—opening Sunday, features the late artist’s signature life-size plaster-cast sculptures, as well as portrait and still-life paintings and drawings.
Here’s one way to draw a crowd; get the town’s doctors, local politicians and school officials to wait on the citizens and raise money for a good cause. The Celebrity Waiter Dinner Dance at the Holiday Inn in Manahawkin this Saturday, raises money for the Stafford Township Education Foundation (www.staffordfdn.org). Call (609) 489-8600 for information.