Hoboken Harriers Run

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 8th St & Park Ave Hoboken NJ 07030  See map
  • The Hoboken Harriers Running Club, founded in 1988, is a diverse group of runners and joggers from Hoboken, New Jersey, and surrounding Hudson County. The Club, known as the HOHAs, provides runners with camaraderie and support as well as a social component through sponsoring various social and charitable events annually.

    Runners of all abilities are welcome - please contact us if you have an interest in running. We do recommend that you attend a Tuesday night run for your first run with the Club.

    The Hoboken Harriers running club conducts runs six days a week, with the most popular runs on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights. Consult our schedule, above, and feel free to come & run with us.

    We have runners of all ages and abilities.

Angel June 23, 2011 at 10:46 PM
Perhaps people from the running club would like to share their stories to air on TV... Details: I'm working on a project called Photo ID and I'm looking for people, age 30 and older, who have ever lived in New Jersey. Airing regionally on the Verizon FiOs network, Photo ID is a mini-documentary about real people, told through their photo albums. Each video is 2-3 minutes long, and if you choose to participate, you'll end up with a "wonderful memento" you can share with friends and family. And you'll receive $100 for your time. Examples: http://www.photoid.tv/ To participate, you must bring at least 10 photos that show different stages of your life (baby photos to the present) We sit down together, and in an audio-only interview, we ask about your photos and your life. Email contact@photoid.tv if you are interested in participating. Thanks!


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