You say tomato, the Hoboken Historical Museum says…

Sample a Rainbow of Jersey-Fresh Heirloom Tomatoes
on Sunday, 1 – 5 pm, at the Museum
This Saturday at 2 pm, Cheer on the Hoboken Nine
at Stevens’ Baseball Diamond!
Heirloom Tomatoes Return
Sun., Aug. 26, 1-5pm; Free!

They’re back! Rich and Sue Sisti of Catalpa Ridge Farms are bringing their harvest of heritage tomatoes in a rainbow of flavors and colors to Hoboken this Sunday for the Museum’s annual Heirloom Tomato-Tasting Festival from 1 – 5 pm, at the Museum.

Freshly picked from their farm in Wantage, NJ, the tomatoes are free to sample, and many varieties are available for purchase, along with summer vegetables and homemade dips and spreads in a farmer’s market at the Museum.
While you’re here, check out our new exhibit, “I Belong: A History of Civic and Social Clubs in Hoboken,” and explore some of the fascinating groups from Hoboken’s past. Interested in getting involved in a community group? Use our interactive display at the end of the exhibit to find out about new clubs catering to a variety of interests. Or start one of your own, like the new Uptown Ping Pong Club. 

Hoboken Nine Vintage Base Ball Club Play the
JC Skeeters in Hoboken This Saturday at 2 pm
The Hoboken Nine return to Stevens' Dobbelaar Field on Saturday, Aug. 25, for a rematch versus the JC Skeeters in their third Vintage Base Ball league match.
The Hoboken Nine return to Stevens’ Dobbelaar Field on Saturday, Aug. 25, for a rematch versus the JC Skeeters in their third Vintage Base Ball league match.
Vintage Base Ball Club the Hoboken Nine are playing their third league match next Saturday, a rematch with the Jersey City Skeeters, at 2 pm at Stevens Dobbelaar Field. 
Donning vintage-style uniforms and using 19th century gloves in their first match on August 11, the teams chose to play by 1903 rules, which involved overhand pitching and vintage-style gloves (teams can choose the rules from any era before the modern rules took effect).

The team, organized by Lara Hanson and Frank Stingone, comprises local Hoboken residents, many of whom play in a local softball league. Seven games have been scheduled for the team from August to October. This is one of three home games set in Hoboken. Find a schedule on the team’s new website by clicking here.
The Hoboken Nine club played two games on Governors Island this past Saturday vs the NY Gothams. Come to the match on Saturday and cheer for the home team! Both teams will celebrate after the match at The Shannon on 1st street. 

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