Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" will be shown free of charge at the Lopatcong Pool. Viewers can enter the pool at 8pm; film begins at dusk. Bring your chairs and blankets! Snack bar remains open during the movie.
Preschool kids can learn how to make watermelon cupcakes and watermelon smoothies! Suitable for ages: 3-5.
Enjoy some music in the park. Funding has been made possible, in part, by the Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission.
Take a groovy trip back to the ‘60s with Large Flowerheads! Imagine being part of the scene when the songs spoke of love, sunshine, and happiness. The Large Flowerheads bring to life the musical sights & sounds of that era.
Rescheduled from an earlier date due to weather concerns, you have another chance to see this Americana band composed of four musicians who have, collectively, more than two hundred years of musical experience.
Ever wanted to learn how to fish? Learn about fish biology and identification, casting techniques, equipment, knot tying and more.
After some cancelations due to unfavorable weather, this week's guest chef is scheduled to be Jamie of Piggy's Deli & BBQ of Hackettstown, and The Atlanta Cafe Band will entertain on the stage. Start your weekend right with delicious farm-to-table dinner while relaxing outdoors on this family farm in Hackettstown! Bring your own picnic blanket, favorite lawn chair, and beverage.
Spend your evening at Four Sisters Winery enjoying delicious food, live music from Genevieve and wine. Dine on 100% grass-fed beef from Beaver Brook Ranch, Jersey Fresh vegetables from Hensler Farms and Donaldson Farms, and artisan cheeses from Fulper Family Homestead. Genevieve is an American singer-songwriter whose piano playing complements her sultry, bluesy vocals.
Flynn's the ultimate Friday night destination in Phillipsburg, and a show by the Dr. Dick Show will be epic! Call 908-454-0011 for more info.
Laugh the night away with Comedians JJ Ramirez and Tommy Lama at Brook Hollow Winery! $20 per person and wine will be availble to purchase.
The Canal Society of New Jersey offers a wide range of programming at Waterloo Village this year including the new Highlands Canal Boat Exhibit featuring the recently discovered remains of what may be the last Morris Canal Boat. Some of the historic buildings will be open, historic trades & crafts will be demonstrated, and there will be canal boat rides.
Alba is proud to release its 2014 Grand Reserve Pinot Noir this weekend, and you are invited to experience this elegant wine. $15/person admission (21 and older) includes a wine tasting OR one glass of wine from the Arbor selection, and music. Extended hours both days! Saturday: 11am-7pm with music by Jeff Bellfy & Co. from 3-6:30pm; Sunday: 11am-6pm with music by The 6th Street Trio from 2-5:30pm.
Join the Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee (PVTC) at Warbasse Junction in Lafayette Township, NJ for a group ride.
Ladies, do you need some new hats, accessories or jewelry? Come to Brook Hollow and check out what Magnolia and Vine has to offer. Lite fare and wine will be offered. Stop on by.
Four Sisters Winery is teaming up with Villa Milagro Vineyards to provide you with Sangria!
A popular local duo, Stan & Elise return to Brook Hollow to perform a mix of classic “60s” tunes, contemporary favorites and jazz standards.
Enjoy the vocal/piano stylings of Dylan as he plays songs from the 60s, 70s and more. The deck will be open from 11am - 8pm with wine tasting, and Cafe Vino menu items available until 7pm.
Get in the Fiesta spirit at Buck Hill Brewery with tacos, margaritas and a strolling Mariachi band. $35/person includes the taco bar and one margarita.
Join 5 East Art Gallery and M Galleries for Washington Borough’s Saturdays Art Walk! Meet the Artist! 5 East Art Gallery’s is featuring a sampling of several Warren County Arts artists.
"A Stomping We Will Go" at our Barefoot Grape Stomping! $37.50/person (plus tax & service fee). Advanced tickets required.
Knowlton Township Historic Commission is honored to have the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania include Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead as a location of the Rising Nation River Journey for a ceremonial signing of the Treaty of Renewed Friendship, followed by a potluck dinner on the banks of the Delaware River.
Recreating this fantastic visual and audio, masterpiece, The Hype Touring Agency presents Yessongs The Concert! starring Phil Naro, John Kastelic, Matt Riddle, Mark Matthews, and Marty Zlocki.
Dizaster Horse's debut at Rock Creek Tavern! Songs you forgot you loved from the '60s and up.
It’s that time again! Get your yoga on – and your wine/wine slushies! Let the stresses of your week melt away in our outdoor pavilion yoga class overlooking beautiful, lush vineyards.
Enjoy the afternoon with an eclectic mix ranging from '60s British Invasion tunes to country-rock.
Spend an afternoon visiting the Jim and Mary Lee Museum at Plane 9 West in the Port Warren Heritage Area, Stewartsville, and the Warren County History Museum at Morris Canal Bread Lock Park in New Village, too. These two museums, both located at sites on the route of the old Morris Canal, are open and staffed by volunteers today, 1-4pm. Learn how the canal boats moved up and down the hills of northern New Jersey as they traversed the state from from Port Delaware – AKA Phillipsburg – to Jersey City. Walk the towpath trail, and learn about other aspects of Warren County's rich history, from the early Native Indians inhabitants to the Colonial-era iron industry, the Morris Canal era, the days when Thomas Edison was busy inventing and experimenting nearby, and more.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Listen to your favorite Country Rock band while enjoying a pig roast! There will be lots of fun for all. $25 per ticket.
Hailing from Bethlehem, PA, the group uses accordion, tuba, electric guitar, trombone, piano, and drums as they incorporate elements of punk, Balkan, Klezmer, blues, reggae and ragtime with Americana Folk-Rock, causing a genre defying sound of which P.T. Barnum would be proud. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket, pack a picnic if you like, and enjoy the free concert!
Ellen is a Level 1 Certified Qigong Instructor with Supreme Science Qigong Center. Learn and practice a 5 exercise movements and Qigong breath work. Cost is $5.
It's another fun night with DJ Nappz!
Join Architects for some live music, delicious summer BBQ, ice-cold cocktails & beverages, all while enjoying gorgeous panoramic golf course scenic views!
Now in its 11th season and accepting SNAP! The Market runs every Saturday 10am-1pm and features a variety of local farmers with truly local food - all sourced within a 25 mile radius - plus artisans, speakers, workshops, musicians and children’s activities.
Held every Saturday through September 22, rain or shine, with special events throughout the season.
Next up in the YPW 2018 Summer Festival of Shows, A Year with Frog and Toad, based on Arnold Lobel's beloved children's books, is a whimsical musical that tells the story of two best friends: the cheerful Frog, and curmudgeonly Toad. The musical follows Frog and Toad through four colorful seasons, from hibernation to hibernation.
The YPW 2018 Summer Festival of Shows, which features young performers between the ages of 8 and 18 staging five different shows over 10 days, kicks off with Willy Russell's Blood Brothers, which tells the story of fraternal twins separated at birth. One brother is raised in a family of great privilege, the other in poverty. Even with their different socioeconomic backgrounds, the two boys end up becoming best friends -- until a misunderstanding leads to a tragic end.
Relax and unwind with some tapas, delicious drinks and some smooth sounds.
A free astronomy talk followed by night sky viewing (weather permitting). Bring your interest and an open mind to be amazed at the sights in our night sky!
The YPW 2018 Summer Festival of Shows continues The Drowsy Chaperone, a loving send-up of the Jazz Age musical, featuring one show-stopping song and dance number after another. When a die hard theatre fan plays his favorite cast album, the characters come to life in this hilarious musical farce.
Formerly known as the Belvidere Farmers' Market, the Warren County Farmers' Market provides a venue where local farmers, producers, and artisans come together to provide a variety of fresh produce and related products directly to the consumer. Open every Sunday.
Introducing the inaugural Asbury Arts & Music Festival, featuring music from bands and acoustic performers, plus arts-and-craft vendors and food trucks.
The Inn at Millrace Pond's annual Blues and Craft Brews is an all day all-fun event devoted to great music, great beer. great food, and a select group of wonderful artistic vendors.
Fill your plate with pulled pork, bourbon baked beans, potato salad, corn on the cob, dessert and more! $35 per person. Call 908-854-5300.
Vintage North Jersey, a collaboration of northern New Jersey wineries, holds its 5th annual festival at one of North Jersey's oldest wineries – Four Sisters Winery. Seven wineries are slated to participate, as well as food trucks and specialty food and wine-related vendors and crafters.
Spend the evening at Alba with delicious food from Osteria Morini, award-winning wines from Alba Vineyard, and live music under the arbor.
The Summer Jazz Series continues with the Allan Harris Quartet featuring the music of Nat King Cole and Eddie Jefferson. An internationally renowned vocalist, guitarist and composer, Allan Harris has performed worldwide, in prestigious international festivals and halls in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, as well as the 2012 Olympics in London. He's the recipient of numerous awards, including the New York Nightlife Award for “Outstanding Jazz Vocalist” (which he won three times), the Backstage Bistro Award for “Ongoing Achievement in Jazz,” the Harlem Speaks “Jazz Museum of Harlem Award,” and the Down Beat Critic’s Poll Award for “Rising Star Vocalist.”