Come by and listen to some Grateful Dead as well as Jerry Garcia's solo projects plus, much more!
Head on out to the park and listen to some oldies rock n soul as the Summer Concert Series continues in Phillipsburg!
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines! Wine is available for purchase by the bottle or glass at retail value.
Great food, cold drinks, and awesome entertainment. Admission is free and is a family friendly event. There is a good reason these shows are so popular!
Help kick off the Beaver Creek Wine Festival with Gordon Ward, a solo singer-songwriter dubbed New Jersey's Troubadour.
This Americana band is comprised of all golden-agers who play classic Country as well as soft rock (Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Judy Collins) and old standards from the 1930s and 1940s as they "sing the songs you love to remember!" Join in on the fun in the gazebo and bring a chair. If it rains, we'll move the party inside. Fun for all ages.
Enjoy folk and easy rock from Kevin Kinsella and have a nice dinner and drinks.
Do you like to laugh? Join the Hill for their summer comedy series featuring Buddy Fitzpatrick!
The festival features foods made with the flavors of Four Sisters' Beaver Creek Red wine, plus live music from 12pm-5pm and wine tastings or wine by the glass or bottle.
Why wait until September? Come get a taste of fall while it's still summer. Stop by Mackey's for some soft pumpkin ice cream, cider donuts, pumpkin cheesecake, popcorn, homemade soup, apple & pumpkin pies, cider and cider slushies! Hayrides through the orchard at 1pm and 2pm (weather permitting).
Do you need some time to relax? Join yoga teacher Kate McGuinness for a 30-minute meditation walk through the forest and learn the basics of walking meditation. Free to all.
Join RVC stewards and help with a variety of tasks such as trail clearing, trimming and invasive species removal at one of our preserves.
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.
Relax to the sounds of Joe Wagner Jazz Trio. Admission is $15 per person which includes wine tasting or your choice of one glass of wine from the Arbor selection.
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.
Join Villa Milagro for a four course dinner served in a vineyard row as the sunsets. This month features Brazilian fare, prepared by Chef Edson Geleski, owner of Rios Brazilian Steakhouse in Nazareth, PA.
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!
The Black Cross Band offers a Southern Rock 'n' Roll twist to Rock Creek Tavern.
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.
Come listen to some jazz by Corinne Mammana Quartet. $15/person includes wine tasting or your choice of one glass of wine from the Arbor selection.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Stop by Main Street in Blairstown and shop a dozen local vendors while listening to some Americana, Jazz and Blues music.
The murders continue at Four Sisters Winery! It's just for fun during our Murder Mystery Dinners.
House of Hamill is made up of two accomplished traditional fiddle players and classical violinists, and despite being young, have over 25 years of writing and performance experience between them. Together, they write unusual new fiddle tunes and exciting, unpredictable original songs while also breathing new life into traditional and contemporary songs.
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.
The magic continues as young wizards and witches reunite to participate in new activities, attend new classes, and experience plenty of surprises.
Campers, ages 9-13 will leave all modern conveniences behind as they build an emergency shelter, learn primitive fire building skills, navigate using a compass, and learn how to handle basic first aid emergencies.
Campers will explore the connection between humans and nature.
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!
Children 7-9 will explore the connections between the Earth's ecosystems, and the microorganisms within those ecosystems.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Feeling adventurous? Want to see the most amazing views of our beautiful county from the SKY?! Then hop on board and join the fun close-up in one of the Hot Air Balloons at the Hot Air Balloon Festival at the Farmers' Fair! Balloon rides at the fair are $205 per person for Saturday and Sunday and $195 per person weekdays. Major credit cards accepted. Complete refund for balloon ride if canceled due to weather. To schedule your ride at the Balloon Festival with festival coordinators Balloonatics & Aeronuts - Hot Air Ballooning NJ, call 908-283-0721 or email email@example.com. Find details about the fair's Hot Air Balloon Festival at this link.
CSC's production of HAIR celebrates the Sixties counterculture in all its barefoot, long-haired, bell-bottomed, beaded and fringed glory, to an infectiously energetic rock beat with songs like “Aquarius,” “Good Morning, Starshine,” “Hair,” “I Got Life,” and “Let The Sun Shine.” Exploring ideas of identity, community, global responsibility and peace, HAIR remains relevant as ever as it examines what it means to be a young person in a changing world. The show opens this weekend and continues August 2-5.
Based on the Charles Dickens novel, 9-year-old orphan Oliver Twist (Dominick Lusardi) falls in with a group of street-urchin pickpockets led by the Artful Dodger and masterminded by the criminal Fagin. When Oliver’s intended mark, Mr. Brownlow, takes pity on the lad and offers him a home, Fagin’s henchman Bill Sikes plots to kidnap the boy to keep him from talking.
The series kicks off with a tribute to Stan Kenton by this swinging 17-piece big band, led by Pat Longo, who has played wih the Jimmy Dorsey Band and The Harry James Orchestra. Discount passes for all three Jazz Summer Series shows are available, too!
Want a peaceful, relaxing night at White Lake? Moonlight paddle on the placid waters of White Lake. The park will remain open during these hours for other park activities.
Come celebrate Hops - Humulus - the 2018 International Herb Association’s Herb of the Year. Enjoy a tasty luncheon prepared with hops as well as other complimentary herbs.
Enjoy a clam bake on the patio. Jukebox Riot will be rocking the patio at 8pm. $49 per person. Taking reservations, so call 908-854-5300.
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.
Sorry, but this camp has been canceled. Get ready to embark on a series of adventures, fight monsters, go on quests, and beware of the gods who might interfere.
A certified lifeguard and boating instructor will teach campers everything from basic boat safety to how to steer using different strokes, and even some rescue techniques.
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!