Happy Spring! Donaldson Farms Farm Market will reopen for the 2019 growing season with fresh produce, honey, freshly-baked pies, muffins and baked goods, glass-bottled milk, cheese, jams, jellies, sauces and salsas. Shop on opening day and you’ll receive a coupon for 10% off your entire purchase to be used on a future date. Bring the kids and visit with our resident miniature goats, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia.
Parents with preschool children ages 3-5 are welcome to sign up their children for this free class at ShopRite in Washington.
Centenary Stage Company's annual Women Playwrights Series offers three exciting new plays by playwrights Jacqueline Goldfinger of Philadelphia, Ruth Kirschner of San Francisco and Alyssa Haddad of Brooklyn. Admission to the WPS is by donation and reservations are suggested, as seating is often limited. The series opens tonight with “Babel” by Jacqueline Goldfinger: Prospective parents in a compelling version of a near-future society learn within the first weeks of conception which traits their child will have and what behaviors it is likely to exhibit. Based on these test results, they are either issued a PRE certification which legally guarantees the baby will be a "good" person or not. Without the certification, the child will be limited in what it is allowed to do. Two couples, both early in their pregnancies, collide over what to do with their PRE certification test results. With rapid advances in reproductive technology, modern eugenics is science’s Wild West. The play asks, “What will we do to “civilize” it and ourselves? How far will we go when playing God?” And in a delightful twist, a talking stork confronts some existential questions.
Join Rock Creek Tavern for their first silent disco dance party! Everyone gets a pair of headphones and chooses between three channels of music to groove to.
Bring a bottle of wine and learn to paint a spring inspired flower pot.
Get your friends, family together to create your very own Easter basket. Fill your own container or pick one while you are here with tulips, daffodils, pansies, hyacinths, primrose and violas!
History returns to Main Street with the seasonal re-opening of the Blairstown Museum. Stop by and say hello!
Knowlton Fine Arts presents the Festival of Arts highlighting the visual arts, dance and drama. Enjoy music and food and the work of 90+ homeschoolers from this local fine arts co-op.
Where did Pluto come from? What other mysterious worlds lie beyond Pluto? These are among the many questions to be discussed in an informative and entertaining presentation by astronomer Gary Swangin, Director and Astronomer of the Panther Planetarium in Paterson.
Punk-inspired rock 'n' roll courtesy of Easton-area band, Skin Of My Teeth.
Warren County's Dairy Industry is celebrated at this year's expo, with dairy bottles from all over the county along with a bottle filling machine. This free event also features history displays, a Civil War Encampment with musket firing and camp fire, Indian artifacts and an atlatl demonstration.
Take the Easter Bunny Train Ride and visit with Mr. E. Bunny on the train and at the beautiful little glade where the kids can hunt for Easter eggs! Reserve your seats now for the Delaware River Railroad Excursion's special holiday ride, offered 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3:30pm.
Visit the 10 participating locations in the greater Hackettstown area, answer the scavenger hunt question, and receive discounts on craft beer and food at select locations for the duration of the evening. It's fun that supports a good cause, as all proceeds are donated to the New Jersey Highlands Coalition to help protect, restore and enhance the water and other natural and cultural resources of the region.
Mackey's is offering one free small cone per person on their opening day! Stop on by.
Enjoy sometime outside at Alba Vineyard! Wood-fired pizza, estate premium wine, and music will be available every weekend from mid-April through mid-November.
Sip wine and enjoy live music in a casual atmosphere. Wine is available for purchase by the bottle or glass at retail value. Bring your own food if you like.
A fun day with cool activities, great presentations, and amazing people. Spend the day with the United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey at their facility in Jenny Jump State Park, stick around for the evening lecture and a star-gazing party using their telescopes, weather permitting.
It's Stomping Time! A bit of nostalgia, a tasting of wine, an Italian dinner, it's something to do with friends for a special time!
Earl Stone, a man in his 80s who is broke, alone, and facing foreclosure of his business when he is offered a job that simply requires him to drive.
This contemporary modern dance company based in New Jersey returns to CSC's Lackland Center. Under the artistic direction of Maureen Glennon, the company is dedicated to experimenting and creating new forms of expression.
Time to party with the Razz Brothers and enjoy some great food and beverages.
Stop by Willy's for some rocking acoustic songs from the '80s and '90s!
Check out The Amish Outlaws! It's always a fun night at Bea McNally's.
Get together with friends and enjoy some wine and cheese at Villa Milagro! The "holy trinity" of food is wine, cheese and bread.
There's a kid in all of us! This adult egg hunt begins with a formal wine tasting followed by an educational wine cellar tour.
Relax to the sounds of 6th Street Trio during the Arbor's season-opening weekend. Wood-fired pizza, estate premium wine, and music will be available.
A popular local duo, Stan & Elise return to Brook Hollow to perform a mix of classic '60s tunes, contemporary favorites and jazz standards.
This is a special fundraiser for Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey. Centenary University presents Joe Piscopo with special guest comedian Jeff Norris.
Sorry, this class is full. Ever wanted to learn how to fish? Learn about fish biology and identification, casting techniques, equipment, knot tying and more.
Warren County's two museums at Morris Canal sites are both open for the afternoon, with the Jim and Mary Lee Museum at Port Warren Park reopening for the season after its winter hibernation. Journey underground on a guided tour through the 165-foot tailrace tunnel into the turbine chamber, and see other canal artifacts in the museum. Meanwhile, the Warren Heritage Museum at Bread Bread Lock Park also is open, featuring displays that interpret history along the Warren Heritage Scenic Byway.
Travis Spencer, Director of Athletics, Centenary University will speak about: The Landscape of Division III Athletics and How Centenary Compares to its Competitors.
The Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County (DASACC), Centenary University and Students Taking on Prevention (STOP) are hosting a Take Back the Night event at Centenary University. This event will feature live music and inspiring speakers as we walk to end victim blaming and Take Back the Night. All people are invited and encouraged to take a stand and work towards a time where we are all safe from sexual violence, day or night.
The 6th annual event is an Environmental Education Day to participate in, investigate and learn about reducing, reusing and recycling in our homes and businesses and keeping all of our neighborhoods Green. Look for the Explore Warren table, stop by and say hello!
Each year MWA and volunteers clean up at various locations along the Musconetcong River from Lake Hopatcong down to the Delaware River Confluence.
This Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored by members of the Moravian Grange #187 in Hope. Toddlers thru 8th graders are welcome to participate. Prizes awarded for 4 age groups for 1st-3rd place winners.
In “Whippoorwill” by Ruth Kirschner: Nine-year-old Bibi and her mother have made a good life together, but Bibi is determined to get to the bottom of what really happened with her father, about whom her mother tells a different story each time she asks.
Want a day of golf and beer? Then this is the event for you! Sample 18 different beers from around the world. ID is required to attend.
Bring some friends for a group sound healing session. The bowls promote relaxation which aid in self-healing. The tones of the bowls will transport you, providing a vacation for the soul.
Earth Day is on April 22 this year. To honor that day, the Phillipsburg Area Arts Community will hold an Earth Day Recycled Art Challenge and its First Downtown Art-Walk and Upcycle Craft Show. To participate, find something discarded or unwanted and turn it into an original art piece made from upcycled or recycled materials.
Welcome to the 4th Annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt in the Alba Vineyard. Why should kids have all the fun?
Come check out the farm; enjoy a potluck lunch if you want to participate while touring their fields. Open to everyone.
Mesmerizing audiences since 2007, Damn The Torpedoes offers a complete Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers concert experience.
All you can eat brunch at Nonpareil! Bring family, friends and relax. Reservations are recommended. Call 908-750-4357.
Join Architects for brunch on Easter Sunday! Reservations are available and required.
Sorry but they are sold out! Celebrate Easter at Flynn's on the Hill. Make your reservation today by calling 908-454-0011. Seating available at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm.
Celebrate Easter at Buck Hill Brewery! A la carte brunch, reservations are recommended, 908-854-5300.
Sign your children ages 7-11 to learn how to cook some breakfast tacos and chewy, sweet and salty bars. Cost: $10.
Visit this farmstead, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, to imagine what life was like in a bygone era. Featuring children's activities, fiber arts demonstrations, open-hearth cooking in the summer kitchen, war reenactors, an opportunity to visit with a Spruce Run State Park Naturalist, and other informational vendors.