Tea and Talk sponsored by the Allamuchy Historical Society. Our Manager of Collections and History Expert, Joan Salvas, will talk about Alice Morton Rutherfurd and Family.
Longtime fans know McMurtry’s vibrant vignettes have turned heads for a quarter century now. “James McMurtry is one of my very few favorite songwriters on Earth and these days he’s working at the top of his game,” says Americana all-star Jason Isbell. “He has that rare gift of being able to make a listener laugh out loud at one line and choke up at the next. I don’t think anybody writes better lyrics.” Those poignant lyrics of McMurtry’s immense catalog all ring true today. In 2011, “We Can’t Make It Here” was cited among The Nation’s “Best Protest Songs Ever.” Bob Lefsetz wrote that it “has stood the test of time because of its unmitigated truth.” Don't miss TONIGHT'S show!
Come and witness the comedic genius of Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson. James “Jim” Florentine is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and television personality.
This performance is a School Matinee but is also open to the public. It's a spectacular production of dazzling props, colorful costumes, mesmerizing music, fantastic acrobatics, and lively dance, as the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company tells the legend of the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year celebration.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines! Wine available for purchase by the glass or bottle at retail value and $5 food!
This Hunterdon County-based blues band - with a set list that spans Eric Clapton and Cream to Susan Tedeschi and Joe Cocker - will get you on your feet to dance the night away!
Get ready for hunting by taking a hunter education class at the hatchery. Participants must have the completed homework or paid voucher and be registered.
Join the Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee (PVTC) for a hike starting at the White Lake Route 521 parking area. The 4-5 mile hike of easy, level walking will be on White Lake Trail, plus part of the Paulinskill Trail to the Pratt truss bridge, and also requires a short walk on Spring Valley Road. Bring lunch and a drink.
Another opportunity to see the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company present this spectacular production depicting the origin of the Chinese Lunar New Year celebration, where a group of villagers defeated the monster of the ages and started the custom of decorating and wearing red, giving gifts, lighting up the sky with fireworks and playing with firecrackers. It is a delightful production for families to enjoy together, perfect for ages 5 to adult.
"Celebrating 20 years of farming ~ New Jersey's most award winning vineyard." Alba is open every day for wine tastings, offering a wine experience unlike any other as guests sample award-winning wines paired with small bites. Learn the story of each wine sampled, as well as Alba's history and winemaking style.
Like wines, olive oils can reflect their origins, how they were processed and blended and their age. Join us this weekend to sample imported and domestic olive oils, balsamic vinegars and other delicacies.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
These four musicians have, collectively, more than 200 years of musical experience. AI Kessel (rhythm guitar), Bill Brandon (lead guitar) and John Ciano (steel guitar) are part of the house band for the live broadcast, barn dance radio show "Heartlands Hayride" airing on WDVR while Amy Petrie, lead female vocalist, appears on the show regularly. 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 1930's and 1940's (George Gershwin, Hoagie Carmichael, Gus Khan) as they "sing the songs you love to remember".
James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone’s favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless yet relevant piece and rare modern classic musical.
Celebrate the release of the new CD "Whiskey & Women" by Don Kincaid and The Wait with a concert at Roy's Hall. Doors open at 7:30, showtime at 8pm.
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey kicks off the 2017 season of its weekly free public programs with "What's up in the April Sky?" presented by Lonny Buinis. 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.
The local (NJ/NYC/Philly) band Grasping at Straws, which plays mostly Pop/Rock/Folk, covers & originals, will perform at Rock Creek Tavern at 8 pm.
Relax and unwind with some tapas, delicious drinks and some smooth sounds, featuring Live Jazz Saturdays 9:30pm - 11:30pm.
The Dowden Brothers Band is a New Jersey cover band playing classic rock, Top 40, 80’s and 90’s hits, and of course some James Brown and Elvis to keep things cool. 908-813-1900.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
It is that time of year and you're probably thinking "please no more Girl Scout cookies." Well it's time to step it up a notch and make it more fun for the adults.
The Warren County 4-H Teen Council hosts Breakfast with the Bunnies! This leadership fund drive event is open to all. Just $5 per person for a great breakfast, and you can visit some bunnies.
Centenary University continues with 150th anniversary events with a fashion show to appeal to those who have a love for fashion AND history, as more than 20 students will model outfits that were popular since 1867 until today. The fashion show is presented twice with a reception in between.
All are invited to this “Spring Cleanout Extravaganza” and Environmental Education Day to participate in, investigate and learn about reducing, reusing and recycling in our homes and businesses and keeping all of our neighborhoods Green. Click "more" for the full list of activities.
See 64 works by local artists in a variety of media, including watercolor, acrylic, ink print and photography that depict many beautiful and interesting spots around the county. The exhibit runs through April 15 in the Warren County ARTS Gallery in the hallways of the Oxford Township Municipal Building, and can be seen during business hours, Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm.
Sponsored by Mountain Lake Fire Company's Ladies Auxiliary, in addition to Argyle Restaurant's "highest quality Scottish-style Fish 'n' Chips," a large selection of homemade desserts will also be available. If you prefer chicken, it must be ordered in advance by April 5.
Take the Easter Bunny Train Ride and visit with Mr. E. Bunny on the train and at the beautiful little glade where the kids can hunt for Easter eggs! Reserve your seats now for the Delaware River Railroad Excursion's special holiday ride.
Centenary Stage Company's Dance Fest 2017 wraps up the Nai Ni Chen Dance Company presenting "CrossCurrent". A blossom of color, energy and motion that The New York Times said was "like endlessly proliferating forces of cosmic energy," the dances of Nai-Ni Chen fuse the dynamic freedom of American spirit with the grace and splendor of the Asian soul as this award-winning company showcases its visionary new program.
Booking Now - the last one SOLD OUT! 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.