5 East Art Gallery offers the works of talented artists working in a myriad of mediums to you at reasonable prices. They run events that engage the community, including a regularly scheduled salon, art openings and receptions featuring member artists and guest artists. From time to time, they offer other arts demos and shows such as poets, writers, actors, singers, dancers, musicians, story tellers. Call 908-689-6878.
We at ART•stitution believe in the power of positive energy! That’s why we offer programs, workshops and classes designed to let your creativity flourish by exercising your mind, body and soul! Whether you’re releasing tension during our yoga classes or feeling the soothing effects of our painting workshops, we want your positive energy to flow and envelop all aspects or your life! It all starts with you!
The Blairstown Museum, a non-profit organization, is housed in a 19th century building, known as the last remaining structure of "Roy's Row". As the only general history and cultural museum for the Township of Blairstown, they care for thousands of items which illustrate the history of the township and its inhabitants, including former resident and founder John Insley Blair (an American entrepreneur, railroad magnate, philanthropist and one of the 19th century's wealthiest men).
A picnic area, walking and exercise trails and a StoryWalk give visitors a chance to enjoy nature while walking the grounds in this park. The full-size canal boat replica takes you back in time to when mules pulled the laden boats along the canal. The Museum’s displays include a working model of a canal lock along with many other exhibits relating Warren County’s history including Washington’s organ and piano industry, Lenape culture and life, Thomas Edison’s Portland Cement Company, the Easton-Washington Traction Company, America’s first airport dedicated to the auto giro, the Rockport train wreck, the Phillipsburg Airport, and the Eckle Age of Steam Museum.
Centenary Stage Company is a performing arts center located on the campus of Centenary University. Year-round events include Professinal Theater Series, music events, dance events, a Women Playwrights Series, Young Performers Workshop, an annual holiday spectatular, and more! Professional Equity Theatre in Northwest New Jersey.
Nestled in the Town of Belvidere, this non-profit group presents musicals, dramas, comedies, murder mysteries, a holiday classic in December, and special events. An intimate theater - not a bad seat in the house!
Dance Phillipsburg is a modern dance studio located in downtown Phillipsburg, NJ, serving Warren County and the Lehigh Valley with a wide selection of fun dance classes, featuring cabaret belly dance instruction by master performer, Tasha. Dance Phillipsburg is proud to welcome Brigid teaching Tribal Improv Belly Dance and Jennifer Anya Imashev teaching Yoga for Belly Dance and Belly Dance Drills.
Gaia's Gifts is a local gift shop of hand crafted products and gifts by local artists and craftsmen using natural materal. Open Wednesday-Thursday 10am-7pm and Friday-Sunday from 10am-5pm. Call 908-223-1331.
Gallery 23 is a great place to shop for gifts, home decor, or just a little pick-me-up! You will find one-of-a-kind art in every price range. Regional artists offer a wide array of items including wall art, paintings, prints, jewelry, scarves, sweaters, pottery, classic wooden toys, stained glass and lots more. Stop by and see their ever-changing array of unique items.
The Hackettstown Center for the Arts is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), multi-purpose cultural venue catering to the artistic needs of northern New Jersey. Located in The Strand Theater on Main Street, the Center is a regional hub for concerts, recitals, theatrical productions, poetry readings, art and photography shows, film festivals and more.
The Hope Historical Society & Museum are located at 323 High Street (Route 519 N) at the top of a stone bridge within the State and National Historic Register district in Hope Township, New Jersey. The tiny frame building was thought to be the original 1820s toll-keepers house. It was used as a private home until 1955 when it was restored by the Hope Historical Society and became the current museum and organizations headquarters.
A fine art gallery with lots more to offer, including an apothecary, gift shoppe, lots of plants, community classes, yoga, jewelry, typing services, books, cards, vegan chocolate, sculpture, and music events including an open mic night!
M Galleries is a contemporary art gallery that will feature monthly artist exhibitions, art classes for all ages, and philosophical lectures. The main goal of M Galleries is to create a space where anyone can come in and engage with the visual arts. Call 908-689-3414.
Millbrook Village is a representation of a late 19th Century rural community, rather than an exact restoration of the original Millbrook that has its origins in an 1832 grist mill that soon was surrounded by other businesses and homes. This scene represents the many villages that dotted the landscape and played a special role in the growth of our country. Here we remember a way of life led by millions of Americans until they abandoned it for the cities.
Meetings of PAHS are held every 3rd Thursday of the month. Historical documents and literature available. Some geneological background searches. Historical artifacts on display. Seasonal open house events at historical location in town are held. Preservation of historic monuments. Anything related to the historical aspects and preservation of the town of Phillipsburg, NJ.
Propagate Studio exists as a place for creativity to grow. We operate as an event space, community studio, and maker market where everyone is welcome. We want to offer space for every creative to share themselves with our community while also growing their craft. We believe in respect for each other, our planet, and ourselves. Through creating and experiencing a creative environment it is our hope that everyone who walks through our doors feels inspired, encouraged, and filled with joy.
Historical park. The public may access the river here for fishing or to launch small watercraft such as canoes or kayaks. Special events held throughout the year, including the Concert in the Barn Series in the Summer, and Christmas in the Country in December.
An 18th Century Georgian manor, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, undergoing preservation and restoration by the Phillipsburg Area Historical Society. The house is periodically open for special events.
ROY’s HALL is operated by Blairstown Live-Arts, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) cultural institution with the goal of promoting a broad appreciation of the interplay between culture and artistic expression. It does this by acting as a forum for artists who best exemplify world traditions, reflect contemporary trends and explore artistic frontiers, and by nurturing the artistic and cultural life of its own community in and around the Skylands region of New Jersey.