Apples in Winter, a play about mothers and sons, is the second play in the Centenary Stage Company’s Women Playwrights Series (WPS) . It's a moving drama of love and forgiveness written by Jennifer Fawcett. The series concludes next Wednesday, April 26 with Hitler's Tasters by Michelle Kholos Brooks.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines! Wine for purchase by the bottle or glass at retail value, and $5 food.
Back in the 1970s, twangcore provacateur Kinky Friedman billed himself as “the Texas Jewboy” and flung his rule-breaking attitude in the face of the good ol’ boy sensibilities of the country music establishment. He's still at it! Check him out on the intimate stage at Roy's Hall.
Local band Zaire performs classic rock and acoustic rock. Members: Mike DiCenso, Jim Leahey and Matt Pisani.
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.
The PVTC, a Friends Organization of the Kittatinny Valley State Park, will host a 4-5 mile hike along the Paulinskill Valley Trail. The cinder-based trail provides easy, level walking.
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.
Get hopped up in and around Hackettstown during the Highlands Pub Crawl!
Participating breweries and bars:
Man Skirt Brewing 144 Main St, Hackettstown, NJ 07840 (headquarters)
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!
While you dine, relax and enjoy the soft rock tunes of Jersey's own Rich Goldberg, covering over seventy iconic artists, from the Beatles to Billy Joel and from James Taylor to Elton John.
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is "Growth of Cosmic Structure" with Jason Kendall. 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.
Lunch Hour Six Pack is a classic & 90s rock cover band that formed in 2007.
RUN ~ WALK ~ TASTE! Grape Gallop is the outdoor social event that pairs exercise and wine tasting!
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
There's a mysterious event at the winery with an unraveling plot, a victim, a murderer, and a cast of characters!
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.
The 2016-17 season concludes with a command performance by the inimitable song stylist and pianist Tony DeSare, featuring songs Sinatra made famous, plus some of DeSare’s own songs with wonderfully clever lyrics.
Local favorites Leather and Lace will perform at Rock Creek Tavern at 4 pm.
Music at St. Luke's presents the ensemble Bethlehem Baroque in a concert entitled A Tour of Baroque Europe - Italy, Germany, England and France.
Leave the cooking to us! Join us for a delicious pasta dinner for a good cause.
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.
The 6-Week Session starts March 13, with the Beginner class at 4pm and the 5-Techniques of Yoga class at 5:15pm. Cost is $78 for 6 Weeks or $16 per Walk-in Class.
Go Native! At the MWA Native Plant Sale, held at the River Resource Center, you can purchase beautiful native species that will provide lasting enjoyment and save you money, water and time.
The Warren County Farmers’ Fair has added a new Juried Fine Arts Exhibit during this year's Fair, July 29 through August 5, 2017, and is announcing a call to artists. The show is open to Professionals and Amateurs who are residents of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, 18 year or older. Categories include Class 1: Oils, acrylics, mixed media; Class 2: watercolors, gouche, casein, temepra; and Class 3: drawings, pastels. This is a unique opportunity for artists to exhibit work in the Warren County Farmers’ Fair.
From the creators of the record-breaking Broadway sensation, The Producers, comes this monster musical comedy, Young Frankenstein.
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.
Visit this historic farmstead, with demonstrations including Live Fiber Arts and Craft Demonstrations, Open Hearth Cooking in the Summer Kitchen, Hit-and-Miss Engines, War Re-Enactors and more!
The Warren County Community Singers present this year’s Springfest of Music concert on two days - April 29 and 30 - in two locations. The concerts also feature the Children’s Chorus of Warren County, and a performance by one of the Warren County music scholarship winners. This year’s Springfest features some unusual selections, such as Jabberwocky, based on the Lewis Carroll poem. The Saturday concert is in Phillipsburg.
The second of two concerts in two locations by the Warren County Community Singers, featuring the Children’s Chorus of Warren County. This performance is in Washington Borough.
NORWESCAP and Pass It Along will be hosting the first ever 5K to the top of New Jersey.