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TODAYBAYONNE Pet Adoption, noon-4 p.m., PetValu, 307 Bayonne Crossing Way. HOBOKEN Farmer’s Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Garden St. Mews Farmer’s Market, Garden St. between 14th & 15th. JERSEY CITY Heartfulness Meditation Workshop, simple guided relaxation and meditation techniques, 9:30 a.m., Jersey City Free Public Library, Five Corners Branch, 678 Newark Ave. jclibrary.org, 201-547-4543.Stress-Free Saturday: Coloring for Adults, library will supply coloring pages and pencils, or you are welcome to bring your own, 11 a.m., Jersey City Free Public Library, Heights Branch, 14 Zabriskie St. 201-547-4556.Ready Player One, PG-13, 2 p.m., Jersey City Free Public Library, Heights Branch, 14 Zabriskie St. 201-547-4556.The Secret of Kells, children, PG, 11 a.m., Jersey City Free Public Library Bonetti Children’s Room, 472 Jersey Ave. jclibrary.org, 201-547-4519.Fall Bird Walk, free hike, 10 a.m., Liberty State Park, 200 Morris Pesin Drive. Registration required. lspnaturecenter@dep.nj.gov, 201-915-3400, ext. 202.KEARNY Pathways to Independence Walk-A-Thon, Hosted by Down Syndrome of Louisville. Welcome table opens at 7 a.m. 5K run 8 a.m. Family walk 9:30 a.m. Register at Pathways for Independence Inc, 60 Kingsland Ave., 8 a.m.-noon, West Hudson Park, Schuyler and Davis avenues. hudsoncountynj.org, 201-915-1388.TOMORROWBAYONNE Lupus Awareness Award Gala, Black and purple affair, performance by Lisette Melendez and comedian Aldo Marachlian, $70 per person, 3 course dinner and cash bar, 1-5 p.m., Knights of Columbus Council 371, 669 Avenue C. kofc371.org, 201-436-1492.JERSEY CITYWomen’s Day, color white with any color of the rainbow accent, 7:30 a.m. service by Rev. Jeanette Goodson; 11 a.m. service Rev. Lisa Clayton, Monumental Baptist Church, 121-127 Lafayette St., 201-332-1870. Rev. Joseph L. Jones Sr., pastor; Sister Tanja Carter-Searls, Women’s Day chairperson.MONDAYJERSEY CITY “In RealTime: Heller Freund Duo,” Lesley Heller and Robin Freund will play the music of Mozart, Faure, Rautavaara and Dvorak at the Ingalls Recital Hall in the Rossey Building, free with RSVP, 3 p.m., NJCU, 2039 John F. Kennedy Blvd. 201-200-2000.WEDNESDAYBAYONNE Disabled American Veterans Capt. P.J.E. Hogan Chapter 5, meeting, all members are invited. Refreshments will be served, 7 p.m., Post Clubrooms, 14 West 7th Street. JERSEY CITY Earl Morgan Dedication Ceremony, The Jersey City Free Public Library will dedicate the Greenville Branch to late journalist and community activist Earl A. Morgan, 1 p.m., Greenville Branch Library, 1841 Kennedy Blvd. 201-547-4553.KEARNY Manhattan Short Film Festival, adults, audience members will vote for their favorite short and actor, 2 p.m., Kearny Public Library, 318 Kearny Ave.



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