Support the 12th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade Committee as you enjoy drinks and celebration with friends at Marley’s Gotham Grill, Bea McNally’s Irish Pub, Man Skirt Brewing, and Czig Meister Brewing Company.
Come out and try Line Dancing, hosted by Draught House and Monteray Entertainment.
Pamper yourself for 20 minutes to rejuvenate! Reiki is an energy healing modality, and a treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you.
A monthly Cultural Fundraiser Dinner for Ghana 4E, a non-profit organization working with students in Ghana, Africa. This month features salad, homemade manicotti, Italian sausage, tiramisu and beverage (BYOB wine or beer). Suggested donation: $25. Please reserve. Dine in the cafe or take it home!
Acoustic guitarist/vocalist Scott Messina performs classic rock hits spanning six decades.
Triple Headliner Extravaganza: Jerrold Benford (Comedy Central); Moody McCarthy (Conan O'Brien) and Jim Dailakis (Australia's Funniest Comic).
1990s cover band featuring music by artists such as Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, STP, Pearl Jam, Tool, Sublime, SOAD, Nirvana, Everlast, Tom Petty, Pantera and many more.
Reservations are required for this free, one-hour informative lecture-tour of this collection of herbs from around the world. Call 908-852-5390 to reserve your space.
Bachelors – this could be your lucky day! Bachelorettes - bring him out for a “message in a bottle.” Guys accompanied by their sweethearts taste free.
Come enjoy some wine while listening to Stan & Elise play some jazz and '60s classics.
Annual seven-course meal! Doors open at 5:30pm with dinner served at 6pm.
Spaz, Biff, Stretch, and Mongo have graced stages from the Jersey Shore to Las Vegas, earning their reputation as “America’s Party Band Fun-omenon” every step of the way.
BY APPOINTMENT: You can learn technology at any age! Warren Hills High School Streak Nation Service Club offers Free Tech Help by appointment to senior citizens in Warren County. If you know of a senior citizen who could use help with ANY Tech Device including computers, cell phones and tablets, complete this LINK for a Personal Tech Help appointment, or email a request to: email@example.com.
This weekend is your last chance to see Centenary Stage Company’s well-received production of Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys continues through March 1, as a grudging reunion between two vaudevillians whose 40-year partnership broke up acrimoniously brings a flood of memories, miseries, and laughs. Don't miss Broadway veteran David Edwards and CSC's award-winning Artistic Director Carl Wallnau as the battling duo "Lewis and Clark".
Budding Artists' spring session of classes (Where Art and Math Meet) is open for registration for kids ages 5-18. These free classes meet Mondays in March. Choose a time: 4-5:15pm or 6-7:15pm.
Laugh the night away with some hilarious stand-up comedians! Hosted by Don Michalowski, and featuring headliner Mike Burton, who has been seen warming up audiences for Rachel Ray and The Chew as well as appearing on TV, in national commercials and independant feature films.
Hosted by Knowlton Fine Arts Homeschool Co-op, the conference is for anyone who homeschools or is considering homeschooling.
Hope Junction Antiques hosts a clock clinic with local timepiece expert, Stan Hands. Bring in your clock and see what he has to say. Estimates and appraisals are free.
Hosted by VanNest-Hoff-Vannatta Farmstead and Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Warren County, as Patrick Peckard presents the history of maple sugaring and how it came to be maple syrup. He'll show how to tap a real tree. Free and open to all ages, but preregistration required.
Formal wine tasting and cellar tour, an Italian dinner, and the opportunity to stomp grapes to music and feel the sensation between your toes!
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.
New Jersey native Timothy Liam Smith takes us on his journey through becoming an Irish Tenor, how he sang for three US Presidents, and how life can come full circle if we work at it.
The 50-voice choir from Geneva College in western Pennsylvania brings their music to Warren County for a free concert entitled “Rejoice Again!” The Genevans have acquired a reputation for choral excellence, musical variety and spiritual impact.
Interested in raising your own flock of chickens or ducks for eggs or meat? Come learn the basics and have your questions answered by Hank Bignell Jr., M.S. Senior Program Coordinator.
In 1979 filmmaker Sean S. Cunningham chose the area in and around scenic Blairstown as the location to film his low budget horror flick. When the movie debuted on May 9, 1980 it started a genre of filmmaking that has remained popular ever since. Celebrate this cult classic with your choice of two screenings at Roy's Hall, which makes a cameo appearence in the movie.
Guest Artist, Professor of Art Jean Perry, will feature "Women of Flowers" a brief lecture on the interesting lives and works of numerous botanical artists, followed by a botanical study and watercolor painting of a flower in season.
This Irish-American tradition attracts more than 14,000 visitors—making this parade one of the biggest events in Hackettstown. Streets fill with enthusiasm as families, residents and visitors line up along the curb, in store windows and porches to celebrate and witness the festive parade, stepping off at 3:30 p.m.
Family Promise of Warren County announces its annual evening of fun and laughter featuring the comedy of Mick Thomas, who will be joined by three other comedians, Glen Jensen, Alex Barnett, and Phil Sweet. Come out for lots of laughs, food, 50/50 raffle, cash bar - all for a good cause. Doors open at 6:30pm; show starts at 8pm.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote, Shippen Manor presents a talk by Jan Hunold on "Jersey Girls in the Women's Suffrage Movement." From Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Alice Paul, the program covers the women's suffrage movement from its beginnings in the mid-1800s through the passing of the 19th Amendment. Seating is limited and registration is required for this event.