This Americana band of four golden agers has, collectively, more than 200 years of musical experience. In addition to classic country music (Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton,Willy Nelson), this eclectic group performs soft rock (Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Judy Collins) and old standards from the 1930s and 1940s (George Gershwin, Hoagie Carmichael, Gus Khan). Free and held rain or shine (moving indoors if needed).
The historic inn, a restored 1769 stone gristmill, features an evening with Scott Messina, an acoustic guitarist/vocalist performing classic rock hits spanning 6 decades.
The delicious adventures experienced by Charlie Bucket on his visit to Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory light up the stage in this captivating adaptation of Roald Dahl's fantastical tale.
Great food, cold drinks, and awesome entertainment. Admission is free, family friendly event, and the band plays from 6 - 9:30pm under the pavilion.
Five-piece acoustic band featuring two female vocalists, two acoustic guitars and percussion covering many different genres of music.
Celebrating its 80th year of providing affordable family fun, the Farmers' Fair continues through Saturday, featuring the Hot Air Balloon Festival and the 20th Annual Traditional Arts Expo as well. Highlights include carnival wrist band specials; motorized events (tractor pulls Wednesday and Thursday, Demolition Derby Friday, and the unique Mud Bog events Saturday); a hay bale rolling contest; pro wrestling; music; a reunion of past Fair Queens; Mass Hot Air Balloon Launches; and so much more!
This bi-state cultural festival will be held in Easton's Scott Park and Phillipsburg's Riverside Way. There will be kids activities, live music, food vendors, beer tents, cultural fashion show, a Best Guacamole in the Valley contest, and more, with fireworks at dusk.
Olga Tzogas of Smugtown Mushrooms lectures on the basics of mushrooms and fungi, and you'll learn how to use fungi to build up our soils, reduce erosion, supply us with food and even medicine. Additionally, you will create and take home your own inoculated log featuring Oyster Mushrooms. Reservations required, $52.
This weekend celebrate the release of our most popular wine - Old Mill Red! Perfect for every occasion and everyday enjoyment. Old Mill Red - our vineyard cuvee; soft, dry, easy drinking.
Indoor, outdoor and cabaret seating available, held rain or shine, as Nancy, Spencer and their Quartet present lively jazz and vocal harmonies. Gates open 5pm for the 6pm concert. Bring a picnic!
A tour of the wine cellar including a tasting paired with cheeses is followed by a two-hour Sip and Paint event. All guests receive two stemmed wine glasses for painting. You will be guided through the entire process with simple techniques to unleash your inner artist.
Jamfest continues with an invasion from “across the pond” with three shows in one as audiences experience an amazing nostalgic journey through the '60s and celebrate a groovy generation. Starting with the classic songs of iconic British groups - the bad boy soul of The Rolling Stones, the defiant anthems of The Who, the raw and powerful guitar sounds of The Kinks, the flower power grooves of The Zombies, and the uplifting pop of Herman’s Hermits - the program then shifts to the celebrated American artists influenced by the British sound (The Beach Boys, The Monkees, The Doors and Steppenwolf) before wrapping up with music from the four lads who started it all: The Beatles.
A mix of classic rock, southern rock, country, pop, and everything in between. If you're up for a night of dancing, you've found your band!
The car show is back! Last year htere were more than 130 vehicles and 30 motorcycles. Hoping to break 200 this year! Car, truck, motorcycle, antique firetruck, and antique tractor classes.
This weekend celebrate the release of our most popular wine - Old Mill Red!
Perfect for every occasion and everyday enjoyment.
'60s and '70s covers and originals performed by a tight and seasoned R&B Quartet!
Relax on a the lawn at Shippen Manor with the authentic Appalachian acoustic sounds of The Lost Ramblers as they offer high-energy, foot-tapping beats, tight harmonies, and a repertoire that is as entertaining as it is eclectic. Running the gamut from bluegrass and gospel, to swing, Irish, and favorite old-timey music, The Lost Ramblers put on a fun and entertaining show for the whole family.
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.
Celebrating its 81st year of providing affordable family fun, the Farmers' Fair continues through Saturday, featuring the Hot Air Balloon Festival and the 21st Annual Traditional Arts Expo as well. Highlights include carnival wrist band specials; motorized events (tractor pulls Wednesday and Thursday, Demolition Derby Sunday and Friday, and the unique Mud Bog events Saturday); a hay bale rolling contest; pro wrestling; music; Mass Hot Air Balloon Launches; and so much more!
Enjoy Hackettstown's diverse and exciting dining options as the 5th Annual Restaurant Weeks “Passport to HKTWN” continues through Sunday, July 30, and you could win prizes, too! Diners simply visit participating establishments during the event to enjoy prix fixe lunches and/or dinners, and other specials and get your passport stamped at every meal, then turn it in for a chance to win prizes including $50 BID Bucks.
Mama's Cafe Baci offers live entertainment seven nights a week, including Monday Acoustic Cafe; Local Artists Tues.- Thurs.; George Baier on Friday; Faded Genes (Yeager & Boccito) and Lite Jazz on Saturdays (and a new late night menu, relaxing cocktails & tapas in their new 201 Fifth bar); George Baier again on Sunday; and more.
A Choose Healthy, Warren County Family Fitness Class from 5-5:45pm is followed by the 6pm concert. Both are free events.
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is Eclipses, Occultations, and Transits" with Gregg Waldron, NWJAA. The astronomy presentation begins at 8pm in the lecture hall regardless of the weather, and is followed by stargazing on the observatory's telescopes until 10:30pm, weather permitting, in Jenny Jump State Forest.
Now in its 10th season, the Market accepts SNAP and is located on Route 521 across from the Blairstown Elementary School next to the Agway every Saturday, featuring a variety of local farmers, artisans, speakers, workshops, musicians and children’s activities.
Each Saturday, featuring a dozen farmers and artisans! Special activities will also include live music, face painting, and more. Rain or Shine. This week features a special performance 10am-12:30pm of the Gerry Gessie Show - featuring Gerry and his wife Ronnie - combining good natured comedy and music with the audience encouraged to join in on the fun during the "Build a Band" segment.
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.
Marty’s Reliable Cycle and the Foodshed Alliance present the second Tour de Blairstown, in a beautiful town ready to share the secret of its unparalleled cycling with the rest of the world! Ride 25, 40 or 62 mile routes through Blairstown and the surrounding area on marked routes with rest stops along the way, to benefit the Foodshed Alliance. Check-in for registered riders on August 5, 6:30-9am, with Continental breakfast. Register online - $45 online and $50 the day of the event. Lunch after the ride is included in your registration fee and is being catered by Race Farm Cafe and Creamery. Following the ride, shop at the Blairstown Farmers’ Market and/or enjoy Blairstown Historic Day (see the next item).
Stomp to the music and feel the sensation between your toes. Formal wine tasting, delicious spaghetti and meatballs dinner with tossed salad and homemade breads, wine cellar tour and ending with a dessert wine tasting. Includes wine glass to take home. Reservations required.