The Hoboken Historical Museum, located at 1301 Hudson St, Hoboken which is about half a mile from your Rivington apartment, has been known since its founding more than 25 years ago for its rotating exhibitions and activities related to the history, diverse culture, architecture and historic landmarks of the city.
However, lately, Hoboken-ites have also been talking about something else happening at the Hoboken Historical Museum – the Black and White Masked Ball, a masquerade party hosted by the Museum at the David E. Rue Building at 301 Garden Street, Hoboken, which is about a mile from your Rivington apartment.
The Black and White Masked Ball will take place on May 6 and invites attendees to dress in their best black and white to be part of the celebration of the rich past, present and future of the ‘Mile Square City.’
The event will cost $150 per ticket, with all proceeds to benefit the Museum’s educational programs, exhibitions and preservation of collections and research. Attendants can expect an elegant dinner reception prepared by Anthony Pino of AD Catering and Events, a DJ and dancing, a wine cork pull and a live and silent auction.
Some of the auction items include a stay at the W Hotel, events at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, classes at local barre studios and Hudson Table, Big Bus Tours in New York City, gift certificates to Cellar 335 in Jersey City, Prime Cycle, Massage Envy and much more. Make sure to make your way to the auction to see what other great deals are in store that will also support a wonderful cause!
301 Garden Street, Hoboken
May 6 from 7 to 11 p.m.