Geared toward beginning farmers and open to all, this free training session will cover farm financial statements, budgets, breakeven analysis, financial analysis, and acquiring capital.
Rutherfurd Hall has been adding new exhibition spaces and to celebrate want to share it with you! Lectures and tours provided by Joan Salvas, Rutherfurd Hall historian and docents.
While the kids decorate cookies, play and make new friends at Sycamore Park, Blairstown area moms can chat and learn about this program designed to make mom life a little easier.
It's that time of year for a good fall fest! INHOUSE is inviting everyone to celebrate with food, music, activities and more! This is "Pay What You Want" event.
Tastefully British caterers will be serving up a delicious fish take-out dinner at the First Presbyterian Church Outreach Center in Blairstown. Online ticket ordering will end at approximately noon this Friday.
The Corrado Family has been brightening dark Autumn nights with frights and chills for more than 20 years! The Haunted Hayride, Haunted House and Corn Maze will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening through October 30.
Come create a pumpkin in this family friendly craft night and bring a snack to share!
The Louisiana slide guitar wizard, Sonny Landreth and Cindy Cashdollar’s dobro and steel string talents culminate in world renowned showcases of guitar virtuosity along with opening act Adam Najemian, taking inspiration from Delta blues, folk and country.
Activities will run weekends through October 31 including hayrides to the pumpkin field or walk to Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, pumpkin picking, Cow Train, Pumpkin Launchers, Bounce pillow, and fall refreshments.
It's finally here! Fried, seared or grilled, however you like your Pork Roll, you’ll be able to savor it that way at Shappell Park right in the heart of Phillipsburg. Enjoy the games, music, and, of course, delicious food. Fun for the whole family! (Disclaimer: No guarantees that "Slice" the mascot will be making an appearance this year, but the local celebrities in this photo look like they're having so much fun, and with Norwescap hosting the event, this is the pic we're going with!)
The streets will be lined with the shopkeepers of Hackettstown inviting customers to enjoy shopping locally and getting a taste of restaurants!
Choose from a varied selection of fragrant essential oils and herbs to create your own specialty all-natural soap.
Visit the "spooktacular" Halloween display with plenty of photo opportunities along with shopping for produce, pumpkins, food specialties, bacon, eggs, jams, jellies, pies and more. Hayrides offered on weekends, 1-5pm, and hayrides include cider and a donut.
Formal wine tasting followed by dinner and dessert, paired with dessert wine. An educational wine cellar tour describes the processes of wine making and then off with the shoes and socks for the ever-popular Barefoot Grape Stomping!
AED plays an eclectic mix of your favorite hits from rock to folk to pop!
The Arts at St. Luke's presents Jan Findlay and her gang of experienced musicians for a two-hour show, “Jazz Songs: America’s Music.”
Celebrate spooky season with horror film favorites presented each week in October including a live performance!
Every Sunday in October is a chance to join in Mohican Farms Fall fun complete with hayrides, pumpkin picking, a corn maze, a picture wagon, cider donuts, hot chocolate!
Rain or shine, Antler Ridge's Pink Hay Bales of Hope event puts the "FUN" in "FUNDRAISER"! Gather friends, family and lawn chairs for an autumn afternoon of shopping, food, music, farm animals and wildlife – and the most epic tricky tray this side of the New Jersey Turnpike! Prizes include 100+ gift baskets and other high-value items.
Rescheduled from last weekend! Join the folks at Longmeadow Farm for a day of vendors, food, music, kids' crafts and more!
Acoustic-based rock quartet, What's Left, has two strong vocalists, bass, ukulele, harmonica, lead and rhythm guitars, and percussion playing a well-curated mix of classic-rock, blues-rock, folk-rock, and roots-rock, from the '60s through '90s.
Vendors, music, food trucks, games and more presented by Rolling Thunder Chapter 3 NJ. An optional ride organizes earlier in the day at the Richard D. Gardner Library in White Township, ending at the Harmony Recreational fields. Bring your own chairs. All money raised will benefit Auggie, a five-year-old boy suffering from an inoperable brain tumor.
This is the last weekend of the year for the Jim and Mary Lee/ Plane 9 Museum to be open. Stop by and learn why you keep seeing the brown "Morris Canal Crossed Here" signs around the county, as volunteers will be there to welcome you and answer any questions. The Museum at Bread Lock Park has obtained a new exhibit - "The Magic Age of Steam". Or, journey underground on a guided tour through the 165-foot tailrace tunnel, and see other canal artifacts at the Jim and Mary Lee Museum, which is only open this month and next before closing for the winter.
Calling all plant lovers and gardeners to join Buttzville Brewing Co. for a relaxing afternoon of indoor planting and enjoying local craft beer! Owners of Washington's local plant shop, The Rooted Lion, will talk about indoor plant care while taking you through the process of designing and building your own terrarium, perfect for a home decor project or gift!
Enjoy the Hunter full moon with a hike at Dark Moon Preserve. This ‘slightly spooky’ October hike will be led by RVC President Margaret Schiller and a special guest, local card game developer David Mazure who will be talking about nocturnal animals and their feeding relationships, the focus of his new educational and family-friendly game, Devour.
Almost 2 hours of relaxing yoga and meditation at Rutherfurd Hall you don't want to miss!
Live music continues this weekend with the Darla Rich Trio and guitarist Ayva Behm.
Start your weekend right with live music at Brook Hollow featuring Scott Messina and Joe Janci.
When riding the Great Pumpkin Train, every child gets to pick his or her own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Trips leave 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3:30pm. Also visit the Ol' Susquehanna Mine and or Corn Maze (additional fee required), and free use of the picnic grove.
This weekend has Tiptons rocking with music Friday and Saturday from Stevie Vicks and Leah Fuls.
Live this Friday at Panther Pub with Lecila and Mike and Maribyrd.
October is rockin' at Brass Rail with The Mr. T. Band.
The falling leaves and shorter days are a great time for relaxing yoga. Choose from classes on Wednesday @ 6:30pm and/or Saturdays @ 9am at Footbridge Park Pavilion. Bring a mat & any extra props.
Get lost in the interactive corn maze or look for the perfect pumpkin. Take a hayride, pick apples, take aim with the corn cannons or browse the farm market for fresh produce, baked goods and more. There's also an activity area with 20+ family-friendly activities! Open Columbus Day!
Fall is the perfect time to visit Donaldson Farms to enjoy apple and pumpkin picking and corn maze, hayrides, corn cannon, fresh-cooked food, apple cider samples, and more. Open this weekend and Columbus Day!
This weekend enjoy the Kellen Pisani Trio and Jeff Bellfy.
Pack a picnic, invite some friends and enjoy some time with great wines, music and spectacular views! This weekend features Bill Ihling and Lonely Sailors.
Enjoy the music of Dave Reed at Little Ridge along with great wines.
UACNJ provides free public programs at the astronomy club in Jenny Jump State Forest from April through October on Saturday evenings. The live presentation is followed by stargazing on the club's telescopes until 10:30 PM, weather permitting. This week's talk is
Enjoy Sunday brunch at Asbury Coffee Mill this week with Thomas Johnston.
LocalShare, a program of the Foodshed Alliance, connects local farms’ surplus fruits & veggies to feed the hungry families. With volunteer help, the Foodshed works together to glean produce from local farms, distribute the food for free to local food pantries, and collaborate with other hunger organizations to host free produce markets in Warren County and beyond. Anyone can volunteer!
Carolyn Barton will be offering two yoga classes including Chair and Gentle yoga at FUMC of Blairstown. Classes are free in September and $10 starting in October.
Give back while giving blood at the Rotary Club of Blairstown Blood Drive.
A familiar time of year is calling with its cooler air and change of colors! Along with the changing seasons comes the task of getting out those warmer clothes and sipping tasty drinks including hot chocolate and fresh hot apple cider. Explore Warren has you covered with this year's list of farms featuring pumpkins ripe for picking, hayrides, corn mazes and hot drinks! Check out our list of farms this season!
Take an imaginary trip through music in this virtual program exploring the different beats, rhythms, and music styles of Hispanic culture with Jesse Rivera.
Created, written, and performed by Joel Jeske, is a comic everyman on a never-ending quest to be understood. Fill in the blanks in this multimedia event that asks the audience to investigate where the artist's journey ends and the audience's begins.
Bring your blankets, lawn games and family to see Uncle Shoehorn, an 8 piece rock, blues and soul band happening on the back lawn of Rutherfurd Hall. Food trucks will be on site to purchase dinner during the show.
Arnold Lobel's treasured characters hop from page to stage in a story of friendship and adventure, this whimsical show follows two great friends, the cheerful, popular Frog and the rather grumpy Toad.
It's trivia time at Buttzville! Gather up your posse, test your brains, win prizes and drink some great beers!
Play 18 holes of golf at Harkers Hollow will raising money for Belvidere Lions Club.
Last held in the late 1990’s, The Blairstown Bed Races were a community favorite that long-time residents fondly remember. The BEC is bringing back this cherished event to bring the community together for a fun and festive day and to raise funds for the restoration of the Footbridge Park, village district, and other projects to benefit the community at large. Attendance and parking are FREE!
Would you like to see, an eagle, falcon, hawk or owl up close? Register for this free event at the Catherine Dickson Hofman Library in Blairstown as the Delaware Valley Raptor Center presents an hour lecture. Registration in required.
Bonfire, Brews and BBQ! Enjoy a BBQ dinner accompanied by fall scenery at the lake, provided by The BBQ Boys.
The Peter Karp Band continues to carve out his own unique niche, with a sound born in the swamps of New Jersey and the trailer parks in southern Alabama.
Release stress, get exercise and view the swans, turtles and other birds and wildlife that call Allamuchy Pond their home. We will have canoes, single, and tandem kayaks for rent, and our ACA-certified canoe and kayak instructor and lifeguard will be at the dock to provide assistance.
Enjoy the music of pianist Richie G while savoring a glass or bottle of your favorite FSW wine on the outdoor deck overlooking the picturesque 250-acre farm. Vineyard View Bistro menu items available, as well as wine tasting ($5 for up to 8 wines).
Sponsored by the Huntington Volunteer Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary, a craft and vendor fair with over 50 vendors, food and Tricky Tray!