Log on for the useful tips; stay for the laughs! Join bestselling author and expert organizer Jamie Novak for this virtual program all about paring down and prepping for what matters most, especially these days. You'll log off with tips for managing your holiday to-do lists and what to toss now for a clutter-free 2021. Presented over Zoom.
Kick off the holiday season and let your imagination soar! Create a Christmas masterpiece with Flowerland's help. Design a centerpiece, door swag, mantle piece, wreath, you name it!
Drive by and wave to Santa at the Hackettstown Gazebo (corner of Main and Moore) and witness the Tree Lighting at approximately 5:30pm, then shop, dine, and visit the breweries.
Visit Brook Hollow Winery and Event Facility for live music Friday evening (Marty Koppel) and Rich Ortiz on Sunday afternoon. Bring your own snacks/meal.
Tree lighting in the Pocket Park at 6:30pm, and music by The Little Brass Band and DJ Mitch Hess.
Donaldson's Greenhouse & Nursery is your holiday headquarters! Enjoy some warm cider as you choose beautiful handmade holiday decor, seek out the perfect Christmas tree or take a horse drawn carriage ride down the farm lane with the family. (* Carriage rides are weather permitting and subject to change.)
Christmas on the farm: custom grave blankets and wreaths; crafters and vendors offering Christmas items; refreshments; farm animals.
Sponsored by the NW 2021 Project Graduation Committee, sip wine while shopping more than 30 indoor and outdoor vendors and crafters in coordination with Bright Light Creations.
Luminarios will light the indoor cantina and outdoor pergola where traditional Mexican cookies - buñuelos - will be served with VMV holiday wines. Take a selfie with a Christmas Cactus or with Pancho the wannabe reindeer!
Dec. 2 deadline to sign up! Join Brook Hollow Winery and QCrew Catering for a delicious, socially distanced dinner in the heated 4000 sq. ft. event facility. Wine, winter wonderland, and warm food, complete with live music.
Corinne Mammana performs a selection of her unique arrangements of classic Christmas songs and carols. This is a Zoom event. Order tickets and wine no later than Wednesday, December 2, to allow time for deliveries. Then invite family to join you as you listen and sing along. A truly delightful evening!
You may purchase access to the on-line LIVE STREAM of A Christmas Carol presented by Centenary Stage Company on Sunday, December 6 at 2pm. $10 per access link to stream. (Live production runs through Dec. 13. See "Continuing" section below for details.)
Pick up a nice chili meal, perhaps after you select your Christmas tree! Each $10 dinner includes a quart of Beef or Vegetarian chili, corn bread and dessert (takeout only). Pre orders recommended; call 908-475-2036. This last Ladies Auxiliaries fundraiser of the year.
Centenary Stage Company rings in the Holiday Season with a brand-new adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol by Stephen Temperley. Recapture the spirit of an old-fashioned Christmas with this timeless and ghostly Dickens classic featuring all the favorite characters—Tiny Tim and the Cratchit family, the Fezziwigs, the Ghosts of Christmas past, present and yet-to-come—and, of course, the curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge. Performances run through December 13 in the Sitnik Theatre of the Lackland Performing Arts Center, with a Special Talkback with playwright Stephen Temperley and the creative team behind the show this Sunday, Dec. 6 after the 2pm performance. Ticket prices range from $15 to $29.50 with discounts available on select performances.
The shop is filled with Christmas decorations, potpourri, essential oils, dried flowers and wreaths, dried organic culinary herbs and now features an expanded line of medicinal herbs. The greenhouses are stocked with a selection of attractive windowsill herbs, tender perennials in bloom and unique topiaries and more. Enter to win a $25 Gift Certificate.
The Blairstown Enhancement Committee wants to serve as many small and local businesses as it can in this unusual time. For this reason, Jingle on Main 2020 will be a month-long, ONLINE celebration + virtual marketplace, starting on November 28, to ensure that the community has the opportunity to continue to celebrate and support local, small businesses without interruption.
This week's virtual Lawn Concert features traditional and contemporary bluegrass music from Mountain Heritage. The band - Tim Scheetz, guitar; Bruce Rupert, Mandolin; Matt Koch, bass; Mike Terris, banjo & dobro; and Marty Smith, fiddle - has played festivals, concerts, parties, square dances, churches, and shows on TV and radio featuring a wide range of all acoustic music. These virtual concerts are offered in lieu of the annual Lawn Concert Series that was sidelined in the COVID-19 pandemic. The Warren County Cultural and Heritage Division of the Department of Land Preservation, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, invites you to enjoy online concerts by the bands that were scheduled to perform. Find the performance by Mountain Heritage here.
Stop in and enjoy the sights of the holiday, the scents of the season and the feeling of Christmas all in one place! Enjoy a hot cup of coffee and delicious holiday treats while you wander through this winter wonderland! And/or, visit later on Friday evening for Flowerland Under the Lights - the annual night of warmth and happiness under the twinkling lights that will fill you up with Christmas joy!
A FREE drive through light and decoration experience!
Presenting: Peter & the Wolf & Other Dance Stories and Six Who Pass While the Lentils Boil. Young Performers Workshop is dedicated to the enrichment of young lives through experience in the theatre arts, and serves as a venue for cultivating young theatre performers between the ages of 8 and 18.