Centenary Stage Company launches the 2017 Women Playwrights Series (WPS) with Shame, a fast-paced dramatic comedy about the secrets and cost of happiness, by Sholeh Wolpe. The three-week series continues with Apples in Winter by Jennifer Fawcett on April 19 and Hitler's Tasters by Michelle Kholos Brooks on April 26. All three shows are presented in the Lackland Center at 7:30pm, and admission is by donation but reservations are requested as seating is often limited.
Join us for an evening of culinary adventure! Chef Bryan Cioletti has created an amazing five-course dinner featuring alligator, wild boar and more! Paired with your choice of beer or wine.
Open Mic Night hosted by Gabriel Francis the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. Come on out and play some music!
Relax and soak in the soothing vocals of jazz and blues guitarist Lou Pompilio, a long-time favorite on the local circuit, who will be joining us at Nonpareil for two gigs in April.
There's a little kid in all of us! Four Sisters Winery offers a chance to hunt those brightly colored eggs in the great outdoors. Yes, prizes inside, and candy, too!
Enjoy jazz guitarist and vocalist Spencer Reed, a staple at the legendary Deerhead Inn jazz haunt in Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania.
Join local artist Suzanne Montgomery for a FREE art lecture that takes a look at the way artists have approached landscape painting and what they reveal about moments in cultural history.
This Central New Jersey cover band plays high-energy, danceable rock and roll music from the '70s, '80s and '90s.
Free line dancing lessons offered by professional dancer and choreographer Elizabeth De Gennaro. Call 908-459-4100 for details.
Come out to this fun neighborhood restaurant and enjoy listening to some local talented musicians!
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.
Why should kids have all the fun? The purchase of a wine tasting entitles you to participate. Each egg contains a special surprise ranging from discounts on wine purchases to Alba wine glasses, cork screws, and more. One egg per person.
Buffet is $11.95/person; $8.95 for kids age 10 and younger. Reservations recommended. Call 908-777-3777 for details.
As always, we will be giving away a free small ice cream cone (any of our 46 flavors) to everyone who comes out on Opening Day, from noon to 9pm. Our 1/2-acre greenhouse also is open that day and we will have a great selection of Easter Flowers available.
The VooDUDES Unplugged kick off the 2017 Music under the Arbor Season. Culinary treats will be available for purchase from Osteria Morini.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
An eloquent, evocative and lyrical songwriter with a sharp urban vision, Bergson melds jazz, blues and pop influences. The VIP Ticket Offering Includes: Preferred Seating / Pre-Show meet and greet with Chris / 1 Complimentary alcoholic beverage / signed show poster.
Easter Extravaganza at Rock Creek! This band is known for playing The Blues Brothers, Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Clapton, B.B. King. Come out and meet their newest members!
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is "Astronomy for Beginners" with Ken Taylor. The astronomy presentation begins at 8pm in the lecture hall regardless of the weather, and is followed by stargazing on the observatory's telescopes until 10:30pm, weather permitting, in Jenny Jump State Forest.
Check out the amazing menu offered, and call 908-459-4884 to reserve your table!
Catmoondaddy helps kick off the opening weekend of the 2017 Music under the Arbor Season at Alba Vineyard with a performance on Sunday.
A variety of trucks, heavy equipment, emergency vehicles, and community service vehicles will be on display in the library parking lot for people to see up close. Schools are on vacation that week, so it’s a great time to bring the kids to the library!
The Centenary University Lecture Series sponsored by the House of the Good Shepherd presents speaker Noah Haiduc-Dale, Assistant Professor of History, on Muslim Responses to ISIS.
Are you tired of sifting through fake news and alternative facts? Washington Business Improvement District hosts a special Lunch & Learn panel discussion on one of the most pressing issues of today's media landscape: fake news.
From Lake Hopatcong to the Delaware River, the Musconetcong Watershed Association is seeking volunteers dedicated to cleaning litter along roadsides, parks and stream banks of the Musconetcong River. Lunch is on us!
The community is invited to join in on an interfaith dialogue entitled “Loving Your Neighbors: Respect for Others in Judaism, Islam, and Christianity” at 6:30 p.m.
John General's documentary film, "Extra 1104 -The Story of the Rockport Train Wreck", is featured with three showings, plus a Civil War Encampment, and other aspects of Warren County's history including Indian artifacts, Morris Canal history, and genealogy. Free admission.
Blairstown has been named New Jersey's first official Appalachian Trail Community, and Blairstown Appalachian Trail Day celebrates the designation with a Street Fair, live music, food, walking tours and special trolley tours to access the trail.
This event will feature cuisine from 10 of the region’s best food trucks, Alba’s estate wines, and live music by The Bob Lanza Blues Band.
USA Today bestselling author Roz Lee and friends at the beautiful Brook Hollow Winery in Columbia, NJ. Meet the authors and stock up on your spring and summer reading material!
All-you-can-eat Family Style Roast Beef Dinner with assorted desserts. Call ahead and leave message to reserve tickets, or buy them at the door.
RUN ~ WALK ~ TASTE! Grape Gallop is the outdoor social event that pairs exercise and wine tasting!
Honoring the anniversary of the birth and death of William Shakespeare, Centenary Stage Company presents classical theatre giants Randall Duk Kim and Anne Occhiogrosso for an evening of personal recollections, dramatic scenes, and stories of Shakespeare's influence on Kim and Occhiogrosso's lives and careers.
Music at St. Luke's presents the ensemble Bethlehem Baroque in a concert entitled A Tour of Baroque Europe - Italy, Germany, England and France.
Washington BID features artists and vendors, kids activities, sweet eats, delectable food, great shopping and live music in the heart of Downtown Washington. Enjoy a craft beer at one of our Craft Beer Gardens, relax as students from Warren County Community College read poetry and fiction and then enjoy some quality time with your child(ren) as they participate in a free Critter and Litter Kids Craft Workshop.
Join us for a night of good food, music, and dancing, featuring DJ Keith Hickman. Doors open at 4pm.