Let’s chase away those winter blues with a night of classic rock. Reserve your table!
Are you interested in starting your own honeybee hives? Come hear Tim and Mim Dunne of Woodsedge Tree Farm, beekeepers with more than 30 years of experience, as they will share their wealth of knowledge on starting and maintaining your own hives.
Composed of some of America’s top brass musicians dedicated to bringing the joyous experience of great music to a wide range of audiences, the ensemble has its beginnnings on the streets of New Orleans. On the advice of Ellis Marsalis, the group created a concert format that breaks the usual barriers between genres and strives to create connection between the audience and performers. The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass is dedicated to the notion that music is a gift to be enjoyed by everyone, and in particular reaches out to the world’s youth, inspiring them to reach for their dreams. Under the leadership of Rodney Marsalis, the ensemble has performed in major music halls around the world, from the US to China, Brazil and Italy. Now you can see them in Hackettstwon as they kick off this year's January Thaw festival at CSC!
The Tri State area's busiest local duo - a high-energy acoustic pair that sounds like a trio - makes its Washington debut at William's Irish Tavern!
High energy concert-style live music with a unique mixture of classic, modern, elegance and edge!
Warren Heritage Museum at Bread Lock Park is open for the afternoon; we don't want our volunteers to be lonely! The Warren Heritage Museum recently acquired a Cornish organ (pictured) and piano as well as an Allegar organ, which are all on display at the museum. Admission is free, but donations are always welcome.
Take a tour of the store pointing out high-protein, high-fiber snacks that are all bean-based, in celebration of National Bean Day being in January. All participants will taste 10 samples and leave with a goody bag. Registration required.
Acting classes for ages 4-14 begin January 18 at the Strand Studios for Music, Film and Acting. Acting classes for PK-2nd grade are designed for ages 4-8 with drama games, storytelling, improvisation skills, and more. Children will learn skills to help them on stage and in everyday life – self-expression, team-work, listening and responding, expressing emotions, reading skills, and self-confidence. A great way to channel the imaginations of those in this age group and begin their theatre education! Acting classes for the 3rd - 8th grades and adult classes offer the opportunity to learn stage acting techniques through activities and performance. Unlike other programs, class size is limited to enable each student the greatest experience and individualized attention. Each session ends with a musical, dramatic or comedic performance on stage at the Hackettstown Center for the Arts. Register at https://bit.ly/2sxn6pX and call 908-850-0200 for more information!
Join us for a fun Friday night cooking class featuring delicious vegan recipes. On the menu: vegan chili, veggie tots and cake batter hummus.
El Cacaotal brings the best of its Peruvian chocolate and coffee pairings to the East Coast. This event in the tasting series features a special twist: a collaboration with Invertase Brewing Company, which concocted a special chocolate beer with Peruvian cacao nibs, sourced from Nina Chocolates Peru!
It all started in 1962. Antonio Carlos Jobim wrote the songs, "The Girl from Ipanema", "Corcovado", and “Wave”. The music hit North America and it was an explosion of Grammy’s and Billboard hits. Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd's famous album "Jazz Samba" from April 1962, hit #1 on The Billboard Pop Chart. Now the world renowned artists Ken Peplowski and Diego Figueiredo recreate music from this era, but in their own special way.
Join us in making some tasty muffin recipes! On the menu: mini meatloaf muffins, cheesy potato muffins, chocolate chickpea muffins. Please list any food allergies in registration notes.
Come out and try Line Dancing, hosted by Draught House and Monteray Entertainment.