What if you could have an entire week of activities for your about 2 years old in Hoboken, without spending more than 5 dollars? So I challenged myself to try to plan for such thing. Here is what I got. I am sure that there are more free activities out there, but I was happy to find at least one for each day. (The information below is just a suggestion, if you plan to attend any of the activities, please check the provider's website for any cancellation notice).
3-3:45 PM – Tiny Dancers (2-3yrs) Mimi Yoga offers a free trial class (they have other times and classes too, I suggested this one to distribute the activities better during this week) You can sign up at their website.
10:30 AM – Hoboken Library: Weekly programs are limited to Hoboken children with library cards. Rather than limited registration, story times are open to the first fifteen attendees on the day of the program. Fall Children programs begin Sept. 12th. Toddler Time 1: Ages 19 to 30 months. Tuesday at 10:30 AM. Program repeats on Thursday at 10:30 AM. Children may attend only one of these programs per week.
11:30 AM – Lana Santorelli Gallery: Story Time for Kids. Every Wednesday and Sunday at 11:30 am
Fun-filled story time series. Bring your little ones for a reading of books by Lana Santorelli and other local authors! PLEASE NOTE: There will be no story time on Wednesday, September 21st due to artwork installation.
10 AM – Hoboken Museum: Uptown Storytime at the Museum, for children ages 2 to 5 years and their caregivers. $2 donation; HHM members free.
Stop by Symposia Bookstore and let your child pick a book and then head to Mon Cheri Yogurt for a $1 dollar frozen yogurt. Sit on the back patio and have a little reading together while you enjoy the yogurt that tastes like ice-cream.
10-11AM – Romparoo: Toddler Madness (1-3 yrs) Take a complimentary mommy-and-me class if you have never been to Romparoo before. Please note that classes are complimentary your first time only and do not apply to On My Own classes. (contact Romparoo to schedule)