Hackettstown Businesses are encouraged to stay open until 8pm all summer. There are too many highlights to list here; click "MORE" to see what treats and discounts await you this week:
Trivia Night every Thursday outdoors.
Relax under the Arbor every Friday, 11am-9pm through September 25, weather permitting. This week be entertained by Frank DiBussolo. No one under 21 admitted.
You are invited to bring in a meal from a local purveyor (food will not be provided by the winery), relax and enjoy the evening along with your favorite Brook Hollow wine.
Jazz Duo The Turnarounds to perform in the Beer Garden, and there may be a food truck on site! Remember, outdoor activities are weather dependent, so please watch for any changes.
Avenue 16 plays the hits from today along with '00s and '90s hits. Reservations required. Flynn's will have plenty of food and drinks; please leave yours at home!
Join DJ MVP for an outdoor Karaoke night at the Vineyard! This is your chance to sing in the middle of 104 acres! Safe practices will be observed. Advance ticket purchase required ($5) and no one under 21 admitted.
Enjoy the beautiful view and live music on the deck with Rich Berry on Saturday and Dylan Carter (pictured) on Sunday. Enjoy some cafe food and your favorite FSW wine on the outdoor deck overlooking the picturesque 250-acre farm.
Visit Brook Hollow Winery and Event Facility for live music each weekend day: Rich Ortiz on Saturday and Stan & Elise on Sunday. There will be no food for sale, but you are invited to support local purveyors by purchasing a meal from one of the many restaurants in the area and enjoy it on the outside covered porch patio with your favorite Brook Hollow Wine.
This incredibly talented multilingual singer and guitarist performs romantic songs in Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and English (bring your sweetheart for this one)! And pack a picnic to enjoy with the music under the pergola. $15.
Head to David's Country Inn for live music, great food and a fully stocked bar! No reservations required. This week's artist is Chris D'Amico. Seating for approximately 85 people in the courtyard, and a large tent in case of a passing shower. Rain date: July 26.
Join Chef Anthony Fiore of Trattoria Di Fiore for an Italian Supper under the Arbor (weather permitting) featuring endless pasta, Chicken Parmesan, sausage, meatballs, garden salad, garlic bread, and Tartufo for dessert. Music (jazz guitarist Charlie Torre) from 6-8:30pm. Reservations required.
Fast track to your favorite '80s rock! Outdoors, weather permitting.
United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey (UACNJ) Observatory, located in Jenny Jump State Forest in Hope, NJ, continues it summer programing with Bill Murray presenting "Stellafane for Beginners". Stellafane is one of the oldest gatherings of telescope makers and amateur astronomers in the United States. Bill will present an overview of what Stellafane is like for those who haven’t been there and why it is special.
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!
Back for the 5th year! Car, truck, motorcycle, antique firetruck, and antique tractor classes. Custom made trophies. Day-of-show registration: $25. Doors open at 7am and breakfast served. Rain date: August 2.
Enjoy some (socially distant) tunes during a nice Sunday brunch in the shade. Seating is limited in the atrium, so be sure to make a reservation.
Watch online as Uncle Floyd performs LIVE from the stage at Roy's Hall in historic Blairstown, NJ. It's an interactive evening of hilarity and song at the grand piano. Multiple cameras, professional lighting, and superb audio provide an intimate entertainment experience that's the next best thing to being there in person. Call in and speak to Uncle Floyd or request a dedication. Tickets are just $5.
Film begins at dusk - free admission. At the Veterans Pavilion in nice weather, or regular Pavilion in imperfect weather.
Based on the Emmy-award winning ’70s cartoon series, this modernized show follows Tom, who is nervous about his first of teaching. Featuring beloved School House Rock songs, the show is a learning opportunity masked in great fun! This FREE, family-friendly musical is part of Centenary Stage Company’s Young Audience Series, and will be hosted outside on the front porch of Centenary University’s Seay Building. Although it is free, reservations are required and limited. Reserve at www.centenarystageco.org or call the box office at 908-979-0900.
Watch online as Uncle Floyd performs LIVE from the stage at Roy's Hall every Tuesday. It's an interactive evening of hilarity and song at the grand piano. Multiple cameras, professional lighting, and superb audio provide an intimate entertainment experience that's the next best thing to being there in person. Call in and speak to Uncle Floyd or request a dedication. Tickets are just $5.
A celebration of the very best in food and wine. Enjoy a four-course dinner comprised of dishes created by Chef Anthony Fiore, paired with Alba wines that originated in the estate vineyard. View Menu. Seating outdoors under the arbor and live music. Limited tickets remain - reserve now!
Come see your favorite local farmers and food producers at the Blairstown Farmers Market! Open every Saturday through October. Local vegetables, herbs, fruit, meat, eggs, dairy, baked goods, honey, and prepared meals from 25 miles of Blairstown. Plus crafts and kids' activities!
This new Farm Market will run every 2nd & 4th Sunday to October 25, on the beautiful grounds of Rutherfurd Hall. In addition to vegetables, pork, beef, eggs, chicken from GrowingDirt.com, other co-vendors will participate throughout the season, and potentially musicians and food trucks as well.
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.
Enjoy listening to singer-songwriter-guitarist Pentley Holmes.
Flirtin With the Mob is a 10-member dance band, playing great dance music from the '70s to present.
Four Sisters Winery's popular interactive Murder Mystery dinners are back and following CDC regulations. The event begins with a formal wine tasting followed by a delicious plated dinner followed by dessert (and dessert wine); then a story unravels with murder, a victim and several suspects. $45/person + tax includes a souvenir wine glass and educational vineyard tour. Tickets are required and seating is limited. Please call 908-475-3671.
Jennifer Pharr Davis is a hiker, author, speaker, and entrepreneur. She has covered more than 14,000 miles of long distance trails on six different continents and in 2011 she set the overall (male or female) fastest known time on the Appalachian Trail by hiking a remarkable 47 miles a day for 46 straight days. Jennifer has written eight books, as well as articles for the New York Times, Outside magazine, Backpacker, and Trail Runner. Her popular Appalachian Trail memoir Becoming Odyssa was recently released as a 10th anniversary edition. Register for this free event, Presented via Zoom, at warrenlib.org.
The Cirotti Trio headlines an exclusive live-stream performance from the stage of the historic Roy's Hall in Blairstown, NJ. The trio's members - Joe Cirotti (guitar, lead vocals), Peter Lister (bass, vocals), and Mike Alexander (mandolin, vocals) - are all highly accomplished players and create beautifully textured support for Cirotti's songs. See and hear them LIVE on stage from the safety and comfort of your home and interact with other fans on the live message board before, during and after the show. All proceeds directly benefit the artists and help to keep independent music at Roy's Hall alive during these extraordinary and challenging times.
Enjoy 15+ gourmet food trucks, a Czig Meister Brewing Company Craft Beer and Hard Seltzer Biergarten, live bands including The Emulators and the Katie Henry Band, games and activities, and more! Hosted by Donaldson Farms, this event will benefit The Arc of Warren County. Guests will be required to wear masks while walking around the event and waiting in line to order and pick up food. Some food trucks will offer text-to-order options to reduce food lines.