Classic Garbo - Ninotchka (1939). Escape from the modern trappings of TV and the internet with an old-fashioned evening at the movies in the vintage atmosphere of Blairstown's Roy's Hall. Tickets at the door are $10 cash.
An evening of holiday music, gourmet hot and cold food and beverages, and dozens of beautifully decorated Christmas trees sponsored by local businesses and organizations. Vote for your favorite! This magical event benefits the Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc. and the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County.
Drink, shop and get together with friends! Come on out and shop local artists and vendors! Food and drink specials will be available at Thyme Restaurant as well.
Enjoy a delicious meal while you listen to some soft rock, jazz and blues.
It's that time of the month! Join them for some awesome food, drinks and planting a terrarium.
Bring the family to enjoy music in a local & friendly atmoshere. Dinner served 5-9 p.m. with music from 6-9 p.m.
Hometown Holiday is a celebration that will light up the downtown in more ways than one. Come see Santa, Dickens characters and other seasonal celebrities; witness the tree lighting; enjoy songs of the season, DJ Mitch Hess, shopping, dining, and plenty more! Something for everyone!
Sip wine and enjoy live music in a casual atmosphere. Wine for purchase by the bottle or glass at retail value. Bring your own food if you like.
Join Art and Brew for a festive night out in Hope, to paint a holiday tree on wood (9" by 24"). Your choice of colors, glitter accents are optional.
Anna and George are back for another paint and sip! No experience necessary; Anna K. makes painting easy and fun!
Joe Fisher is committed to making the very best beer. Mark Drabich has the same commitment to sourcing and cooking the very best seafood.
What better way for some of the country’s most prominent string musicians to celebrate the holidays than to play some shows with family and friends?
Hang out and listen to a high-energy New Jersey-based cover band known for its diverse range in music.
Using holly and various types of fresh greens, create a delightful centerpiece for your holiday table. Then, you can add pine cones, berries and finish with a candle and decorative bow.
Need some custom Christmas ornaments to give as a gift, or for your own tree? Stop by and check out what they have to offer.
Get your family photo with Santa on a Harley. Pets are welcome, too! Holiday refreshments will be served.
Create a long-lasting festive tree for your holiday table using fresh boxwood, holly and assorted winter greens. You will then decorate with pine cones, stars, ribbon and other novelties.
The '50s, '60s and '70s music with classic country and more is the style that Janci and Berry bring to Brook Hollow Winery.
Check out Washington Borough’s "Second Saturdays" Art Walk with professional exhibitions at 5 East Art Gallery and at M Galleries - look for the flutter flags to mark these locations. Exhibiting guest artists are Barbara Durfee and James Post.
Scrooge is a Harlem slumlord about to foreclose on an apartment house, a recreation center and a church when his late partner and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future take him on their rounds. He comes upon his own grave after watching Tiny Tim's burial procession and he's reformed.
Come visit Saint Nicholas at the Moravian Farm House. For the rest of the time, you can see the lantern tour starting at the Hope Community Center.
Enjoy a delicious meal while you listen to some classic soft rock.
Enjoy an evening at Villa Milagro listening to classical guitarists, Laura Oltman and Michael Newman perform a selection of ancient and modern Christmas music, featuring pieces by Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn, Pachelbel, Brahms and more. Free wine tasting from 6pm-7pm. Concert begins at 7pm.
The Warren County Community Singers will present two performances of their annual Winterfest of Music featuring the Children’s Chorus of Warren County on Saturday, Dec. 2, 7:30pm at Grace Lutheran Church, 300 Roseberry Street, Phillipsburg; and Sunday, Dec. 3, 3pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 40 East Church Street, Washington. Both venues are wheelchair accessible and have ample parking. The concert is free, but a good-will offering will be taken.
The Black Cross Band offers a Southern Rock 'n' Roll twist to Rock Creek Tavern.
Their ‘Very Slambovian Christmas’ show has developed into one of the premier Slambovian Circus Of Dreams events of the year, attracting fans from near and far. Drawing on a set list comprised of traditional Christmas songs with a twist, a sprinkling of original holiday tunes, and a generous helping of non-traditional musical fare, it is guaranteed there will be something for everyone.
Need to get some shopping done? Come to Brook Hollow Winery for some wine tasting, shopping and delicious food.
During the holiday season the demands of everyday life can be overwhelming and sometimes cause us to neglect ourselves.
While you dine, relax and enjoy the soft rock tunes of Jersey's own Rich Goldberg, covering more than 70 iconic artists, from the Beatles to Billy Joel and from James Taylor to Elton John.
Historic site tours, tree lighting, caroling, holiday music, Santa’s visit and children’s crafts are part of this annual event.
Tour this Georgian-style manor, constructed of local stone, with two foot thick stone walls and three immense chimneys, and learn about Warren County's early iron industry and the people who worked in it. The manor is decorated for the holiday season, and Steve Miller of Paddy and the Pale Boys will be playing the hammered dulcimer throughout the afternoon. Guided tours will be conducted on the hour (1-2, 2-3 & 3-4pm), so please plan to arrive by 3pm for the last tour.
A popular local duo, Stan & Elise return to Brook Hollow to perform a mix of classic '60s tunes, contemporary favorites and jazz standards.
Houston Person is known as the “The Boss Tenor Crown.” He’s performed in the hard bop and swing genres, but most experienced in and best known for his work in soul jazz. Person is also known for his distinctive sassy sound and his expressive style of playing. David Leonhardt, jazz pianist and composer, is a highly skilled and versatile artist with a passion to bring the jazz and creative music experience to as many people in the world as he can.
The murders continue at Four Sisters Winery! It's just for fun during our Murder Mystery Dinners.
The show is composed of various musical parables from The Gospel According to Matthew. Jesus Christ recruits a group of followers and teaches them various lessons through song and dance.
When Harlem schoolteacher Dorothy tries to save her dog from a storm, she's miraculously whisked away to an urban fantasy land called Oz.
There's still time! Enter a raffle drawing for the original, framed watercolor, "The Old Spring House" by the late, great artist and friend, Dan Campanelli (1949-2017). This is not a print but one of Dan's original paintings valued at $10,000. A rare opportunity! Tickets will be sold at 7:00, followed by the meeting of the Harmony Historical Society scheduled for 7:30 when the winning ticket will be drawn!
The Well-Sweep garden fairies have transformed the shop into a Christmas wonderland! The greenhouse is stocked, and seasonal wreaths and arrangements are available. Come visit with your holiday guests and enjoy complimentary hot mulled cider and cookies.
Start your Christmas tradition by visiting three of Warren County’s most unique, family-owned farms all within 4 minutes of each other. Wyckoff’s Christmas Tree Farm, Mackey’s Orchard and Four Sisters Winery invite your family to enjoy a fun-filled day of Christmas trees, baked goods, wine tasting and much more on the Christmas in the Country Trail!
This weekend is your last chance to see this Family Holiday Spectacular at the Sitnik Theatre of the Lackland Performing Arts Center.
Godspell was the first major musical theatre offering from three-time Grammy and Academy Award winner, Stephen Schwartz, and it took the world by storm. Led by the international hit, "Day by Day," Godspell features a parade of beloved songs, ranging in style from pop to vaudeville, as the story of Jesus' life dances across the stage.
Please consider donating Christmas themed items to the Thrift Store at Catholic Charities, Phillipsburg.
Advance registration is required for this informative talk on eating healthy over the holidays. A FREE light healthy dinner will be provided. Call 1-866-STLUKES (785-8537) Option 4.
Need to do some shopping? Stop by for those handmade gifts and homemade baked goods.
Students from Warren Co. Technical School's Cosmetology Department will be provide mini manicures, hand/arm massages, nail art, hair braiding, and hair iron curling or straightening free of charge at the Warren County Library Headquarters.
About 30 vendors are expected for this craft and vendor fair. Free gift wrapping will be available. Kitchen will be open for breakfast and lunch.
Join Rutherfurd Hall for a kids night full of creativity & inspiration! Kids will learn how to recreate this painting with Miss Jenna. All children 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Visit the Mansion while it is decked out for the holidays. Be merry and join in a night full of creativity & inspiration while you learn, step-by-step, how to paint a Festive Classic Car!
Bring your favorite beer, wine and snacks to enjoy while you learn about succulents and their care, then create three mini-garden terrariums to give as beautiful gifts this holiday season.
Children learn about succulent plants and their care before creating two holiday-themed mini-garden terrariums to give as gifts. There is a $10 materials fee.
There’s magic in the air and a sparkle in every smile when The Nutcracker comes to town with the New Jersey Civic Youth Ballet. “This is the most enchanting fairy tale of a child's most unforgettable Christmas,” says NJCYB Director, Christine Taylor, “Through the narration; young children can understand a fanciful story, while the rest of us realize that this is truly a story of life, love, and the holiday spirit.”
Marshall Crenshaw is American musician, singer, songwriter, and noted guitarist best known for his song "Someday, Someway", a US Top 40 hit in 1982. His music has roots in classic soul music and Buddy Holly, to whom Crenshaw was often compared in the early days of his career, and whom he portrayed in the 1987 film La Bamba. Tickets are $28 in advance.
It's Stomping Time! A bit of nostalgia, a tasting of wine, something to do with friends for a special time!
Join us for free entertainment, a Public Art Show at Union Station with make-and-take crafts, Gingerbread House Contest, Flash Community Christmas Carol, and more!
In this workshop we are going to create a long lasting greens centerpiece in a birch log, decorated in your personal style to be the highlight of your holiday table.