Hoboken Historical Museum to extend Frank Sinatra exhibit; Garden Tour and pigeon exhibit coming

HOBOKEN – The Hoboken Historical Museum will host numerous events in June, and plans to extend the “Frank Sinatra: The Man, the Voice and the Fans” exhibit – initially planned to close on July 3 – through the end of the year.
The decision was done “due to unprecedented public interest” in the exhibition, a museum spokesperson said.
On June 4, the museum will have the opening reception for the upper gallery art exhibit, “The Real Poop on Pigeons: Paintings by Kevin McCloskey” from 2 to 4 p.m. His work will remain on display through July 3 and the exhibit is free to the public.
The Sinatra Singer Series will continue, featuring Jack McDade on June 4 at 4 p.m. Admission is a suggested entrance fee of $5.
The 19th Annual Secret Garden Tour will be held on Sunday, June 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The rain date is June 12.
“Tucked away behind Hoboken’s row homes and converted factory buildings is a world of lush gardens and cleverly designed courtyard spaces, as diverse as the city’s residents. Gardeners and non-gardeners alike are invited to indulge their curiosity and pick up urban gardening ideas [at the tour],” the museum said in a statement.

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