The VooDUDES, New Jersey's own playing Americana, Rock, Zydeco, Blues, and Country.
Through July 29, visit a participating Hackettstown restaurant and order from a specially designed Restaurant Week menu or any highlighted specials to enjoy the tastes in town. Show your Passport to receive your stamp. The more stamps you collect, the more chances you have to win prizes!
Eat healthy and spend more time relaxing after work and less time in the kitchen. Vincent Ianelli of Pasta Grill by Enzo will show you how.
Stop by and listen to a variety of feel good music from the '70s , '80s , '90s and current hits. See them here as the Summer Concert Series continues in Phillipsburg!
Need to do some stretching? Then, join yoga teacher Kate McGuinness for gentle stretching exercises and meditation at White Lake.
Come see one of northwestern Jersey’s premier rock, soul, and R&B horn cover bands.
Start your weekend right with a delicious farm-to-table dinner while relaxing outdoors with farm-fresh food, live music, kids activities, and good friends!
A night to remember as Four Sisters hosts its first Farm-to-Table Dinner featuring produce from local farms and the winery's own wines - including a serving of Apple Port Wine, Captain's Choice. It's a four course meal to include wine pairing and music featuring Kate Cherichello & Hunter Chadeayne.
Have a great time at Flynn's listening to some music ranging from the '70s through today’s hits.
Enjoy the music of Don Elliker and have a nice dinner and drinks.
Sponsored by the Garden State Wine Growers Association, check out the wine cellars and taste some wine as it ages.
A beautiful scene for a fun race! This sprint triathlon has been called "the hidden gem" of NJ races. It tours the surrounding area of Mountain Lake in Liberty Township.
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.
Kids, it's time to put on your imaginary hat and spend some time with pirates, fairies, and mystical characters!
Take a walking tour of the Asbury Mill and grounds. See the tailrace deck, canal and basement, including the auxiliary Sheppard diesel engine and the Leffel turbine. On the upper floors, attendees will see the milling area and how to equipment operated both as a grist mill, and later, as a graphite mill. Finally, attendees will get a first-hand presentation of the Musconetcong Watershed Association’s plans to create museum space featuring Paleo Indian artifacts collected locally and on loan from the Smithsonian Institute! Free, but space is limited so RSVP now!
Come to their beautiful gallery space across the street to meet the talented artist couple, Will Harmuth and Lisa Bonforte Harmuth.
Knowlton Township Historic Commission is inviting all plein air painters and photographers to enjoy the scenic Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead property.
Relax to the sounds of Jeff Bellfy & Co. - wide variety of music blending songs from the '70s through today's hits.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Enjoy some clams, shrimp and corn on the cob on the patio. Jukebox Riot will be rocking the patio at 8pm. Taking reservations, so call 908-854-5300.
The quartet will feature songs from Corinne's jazz EP Under an August Moon, released in August 2016, as well as other favorites from the Great American Songbook.
Come see the work of David LaMorte. "Paper can surprise you with its capacity to create. So many single use items are made of paper and paper is even used as packaging for most other materials.
Kinky has a new cd called "Circus Of Life", which presents a side of Kinky that few would have suspected in the halcyon days of the Texas Jewboys, laying perhaps legit claim to the title, “The Leonard Cohen of Texas.”
Lee Rocker, who kicks off CSC's Summer Jamfest series, has been consistently touring, recording and performing around the globe since 1980 (first with The Stray Cats) and has cultivated a fanatically loyal following of rockers, rebels and all types of music lovers. In his hands, the upright double bass appears as if it were a lightweight instrument as he spins, throws it in the air, catches and plays it.
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.
Come to a special yoga class taught by registered yoga instructor, Samantha Turco, followed by a delicious brunch!
Relax to the sounds of Acoustic Gumbo - blend of contemporary, classic, and original songs.
Enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Drew Nugent & the Midnight Society play '20s & '30s jazz influenced by musicians like Red Nichols and The Five Pennies, Bix Beiderbecke, Fats Waller, Earl Hines, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang and Louis Armstrong. Prepare for a unique experience as Drew and Co. keep the true spirit of hot music/Hot Jazz alive with an approach to playing and improvising the music right down to dressing in vintage/second hand suits.
Relax with some Yin Yoga in the fields of lavender in the evening summer sky. Bring a mat, blanket, your own yoga props and a relaxed mind.
Attention Children ages 9-13: Play some classic games like Capture the Flag, kickball, dodgeball, Monopoly, Risk, Stratego and Clue!
These aren’t your typical backyard games. Campers ages 9-13 will be engaged in activities like pipeline, treacherous transfer, stepping stones, blob tag, and many more.
Children 7-9 will explore the connections between the Earth's ecosystems, and the microorganisms within those ecosystems.
Sign up your kids for a morning filled with fun, cooking & learning. Kids will learn how to follow a recipe, how to participate in meal prep, healthier cooking options and more!
Reading over the summer helps kids be better prepared for school in the fall by avoiding the "summer slide" and perform better in school overall. There are programs for babies and toddlers, kids, teens, and adults. In addition to reading to earn prizes there are lots of great programs scheduled.
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.
Find your breathe and peace of mind as you practice yoga in the fresh air with sweeping views of our our vegetable crop fields and fruit orchard and a chance to view a spectacular sunset!
It's another fun night with DJ Nappz!
Every Friday, sing your heart out! Bring your instrument, voice, poetry, story or written word. They have the mic and amp.
Join artist and art teacher Suzanne Montgomery for six Friday night lessons exploring landscapes through drawing and painting. Donation: $90, all proceeds go directly towards RVC's efforts to preserve land.
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.
Come and join us with live music on the deck with Henry Wieczorek, an acoustic soloist currently living in Flemington NJ. His renditions of Rock 'n' Roll classics and pop songs, as well as his own original music, will have you dancing with the beat.
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!
Relax and unwind with some tapas, delicious drinks and some smooth sounds.
Join certified Yoga Teacher Kate McGuiness for a one hour, all levels Hatha Yoga class. All levels of experience are welcome. Wear comfortable clothing, bring water and a yoga mat.
Enjoy some breakfast before you go on a ride!
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.
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.
A singer, songwriter and soloist, Davey will entertain guests with a variety of classic rock, country, folk, pop and Caribbean with tropical, lyrical themes.
There is a therapeutic yoga class designed for you and your families to learn through experience, the benefits of a regular yoga practice including peace of mind, improved physical health and overall well-being.
Do you have what it takes to be a Country Idol? The Warren County Farmers’ Fair is looking for you to sign up for the 6th Annual Country Idol Contest! Or just come to listen and cheer for your favorite! The competition is Sunday, July 29 at 7:30pm. The winner gets a $300 prize ($150 to second place, $50 to third place). Open to anyone 15 years of age or older and limited to just 14 applicants, applications must be postmarked by or delivered in person to the Fair Business Office or sent via email, subject line Country Idol Contest, by July 24, 2018. Song selection can be country, country crossover or gospel. Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "Country Idol Contest" or visit the Official Rules & Regulations page by clicking here. See you at the Fair!
Do you like to laugh? Join the Hill for their summer comedy series featuring Buddy Fitzpatrick!
From the light of the sun and carbon in the air, plants create life. Celebrate the sweetness that native plants create – for wildlife, for people.
Chef Michael White from Nicoletta is going to prepare a delicious meal while you enjoy some wine and live music under the arbor. $22 per person.
The George Gee Swing Orchestra packs a lot of swing into compact songs and tight, well-organized sets. Long enough to catch a groove, and short enough to catch your breath!
Join RVC Trustee Joel McGreen to hike this 97-acre preserve immediately south of the Paulinskill. Meet in the Givens-Belet American Legion Post parking lot.
The murders continue at Four Sisters Winery! It's just for fun during our Murder Mystery Dinners.
The magic continues as young wizards and witches reunite to participate in new activities, attend new classes, and experience plenty of surprises.