Reception to honor 2020 St. Patrick’s Parade Grand Marshal, Mr. Joe Barnes from Hacketstown, Ireland. The reception dinner features a live performance by Rory O’Moore School of Pipes and Drums and a dance performance by Slattery School of Irish Dance.
Blairstown Museum hosts 13 hours of fun on Friday the 13th to celebrate everyone's favorite slasher, Jason Voorhees! Events include photos with Bunny Jason all day; a F13-themed Moonlight Easter Egg Hunt; and meet the cast and crew of the highly anticipated movie His Name Was Jason... A Friday The 13th Fan Film! (Sorry, the Jason Trolley Tours of local sites where the original movie was filmed in 1979 is sold out!)
Get your hiking boots out and enjoy the fresh air! Hikes must be registered for in advance, please call 973-347-1835. Beginner, intermediate & advanced level hikes will be offered.
Interested in raising your own flock of chickens or ducks for eggs or meat? Come learn the basics and have your questions answered by Hank Bignell Jr., M.S. Senior Program Coordinator.
In 1979 filmmaker Sean S. Cunningham chose the area in and around scenic Blairstown as the location to film his low budget horror flick. When the movie debuted on May 9, 1980 it started a genre of filmmaking that has remained popular ever since. Celebrate this cult classic with your choice of two screenings at Roy's Hall, which makes a cameo appearence in the movie.
Create your own Custom Wood Sign, let your imagination run wild and create a sign for your home, office, or a gift, at this craft and sip event that supports Citizens for Sustainable Development.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day all weekend, Friday trhough Tuesday, with Irish fare specials and introducing new Buck Brews!
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Country recording artist and songwriter Bobby Clark "Plays it Hard" at Rock Creek Tavern!
Join National Park Service rangers and Millbrook Village Society volunteers to celebrate the approach of spring with the North American tradition of maple sugaring. American Indians, early settlers, and their descendants all looked forward to collecting and boiling the sap of locally abundant sugar maple trees. Experience this tradition for yourself! See and participate in the “sugaring” process from the tree to the table. Woodstove and outdoor cooking demonstrations will showcase the use of maple products in recipes common during the 1800s. Admission is free.
Welcome Spring with two fun crafts that will brighten any room!
Train your tastebuds to taste! Learn to discern fruit and other flavor notes, levels of tannins, acids, oak and other characteristic flavor components for white vs. red wines; then learn the steps to properly tasting a wine.
Festivities include piped music that will have everyone's toes tapping, traditional Corned beef sliders ($10), wine by the glass or bottle, and St. Paddy's Punch (prices vary).
An evening of good food, singing, and dancing with friends. Entertainment by George Moran, who has played resorts, country clubs, cruise lines, and adult communities.
$20/person includes entertainment by Kitty and Dave of DW Wilson Inc., snacks and prizes. Cash bar.
Singer/songwriter Robbie Fulks was one of the more heralded talents in the alternative country movement, with a gift for writing incisive and evocative songs in the country and pop traditions and displaying an offbeat, sometimes dark sense of humor in many of his best moments. Self styled NJ singer/songwriter and all-around raconteur Don Elliker opens the show at 8pm.
Dance to rock and alternative hits of the 80s and 90s (formerly the Dexter Montana Band).
Hosted by Jimmy Farrell of the Celtic Rebel Band. Songs, stories, a bit of laughter along with dinner and Step Dancers as well.
Acoustic music from the duo of Kira Crissinger, lead vocals, and Jake Schmoyer, acoustic guitar and vocals.
Remember a favorite time of your life with covers of memorable hits over the decades with great showmanship, musicianship and high energy that will get you moving.
Join your favorite Leprechaun and our favorite Irish Bartender as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
This Irish-American tradition attracts more than 14,000 visitors—making this parade one of the biggest events in Hackettstown. Streets fill with enthusiasm as families, residents and visitors line up along the curb, in store windows and porches to celebrate and witness the festive parade, stepping off at 3:30 p.m.
Enjoy listening to Rich Ortiz. Wine is available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
Celebrate the luck of the Irish with Irish stew, green beer and cheer!
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Come for lunch and information about the Warren County Economic Development Committee with EDC President Mitchell Jones and committee members Linda Stettler and Melanie Thiel. Hear what the EDC does to benefit Warren County and come with any questions you may have. Cost: $15/advance, $20/door.
Abigail Adams, in a letter to John Adams dated March 31, 1776, exhorted him to "Remember the Ladies." In celebration of Women's History Month, join Joel Farkas, volunteer docent at Washington's Headquarters in Morristown, to "remember the ladies" of the Revolutionary War. Farkas will discuss what it was like to be a woman at that time, health and medicine for women in Colonial times, our country's "First Ladies" - women who made a difference - and myths about well-known women such as Betsy Ross.
You will be guided, step-by-step, by a professional artist while you learn painting skills and techniques.
Every third Friday of the month shops and restaurants will be open late in Downtown Washington Borough, offering live music in several places, fun and activities for all ages. Family Friendly!
Family Promise of Warren County announces its annual evening of fun and laughter featuring the comedy of Mick Thomas, who will be joined by three other comedians, Glen Jensen, Alex Barnett, and Phil Sweet. Come out for lots of laughs, food, 50/50 raffle, cash bar - all for a good cause. Doors open at 6:30pm; show starts at 8pm.
Legendary Irish musician Seamus Egan plays the Irish flute, tenor banjo, guitar, mandolin and tin whistle, among other instruments. Founder of the popular band Solas, he brings not only his multiple talents but also those of several musical colleagues to the the Lackland Performing Arts Center.
Karp’s striking new album, Magnificent Heart, is a stirring collection of songs and observations, that bends the boundaries from blues to ballads, all conveyed with the insight and authority for which Karp’s come to be known. Doors open at 7:30 for the 8pm show. General admission $25 in advance, $30 at the door.
An enchanted fun-filled afternoon! Formal wine tasting followed by dinner, dessert and dessert wine. Characters are selected and the mysterious plot of the evening begins. $45/person includes tax and souvenir wine glass.
The 2017 winner of Hot House Magazine's "NYC Jazz Fans Decision" award for Best Clarinetist, Dan Levinson is equally at home as both a band leader and sideman, having backed such names as Mel Tormé, Wynton Marsalis, Dick Hyman and Leon Redbone. Check out the hot jazz from his sextet at historic Rutherfurd Hall.