Phillipsburg Area Historical Society and the Roseberry Homestead host author and professor Robert A. Mayers, the Revolutionary War Detective, to speak about his book based on original documents and oral accounts passed down through his family for generations. He is the descendant of patriot soldier Corporal John Allison, and an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University. Free admission, held in the historic Roseberry Homestead.
The return of IBMA 2012 and 2013 Entertainer of the Year, The Gibson Brothers, to the Roy's Hall stage. The Gibsons are touring in support of their newest release “In The Ground” and will take the audience on a journey through some of the greatest brother harmony songs from the 20th century.
Enjoy jazz guitarist and vocalist Spencer Reed, a staple at the legendary Deerhead Inn jazz haunt in Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania.
Kate and Paul perform favorite covers and original tunes in this charming bistro setting that has an excellent menu.
JJ Lynch Band rocks the stage with their blues and rock 'n' roll covers and originals! Bring your family and friends.
SUPERNOVA covers a wide variety of music from the 70’s to today’s hits.
The weekend-long Blues Festival brings live music back to a famed historic site! Saturday features Kenny Wayne Shephard, Above Ground Blues Band, Bob Lanza Blues Band, Lee Delray, Bernard Allison, Mike Esposito, and Mike Zito. Sunday features Robert Cray Band, Bonerama, Billy Hector, The Fins, and Robert Ross. Tickets available online; Two-day and VIP passes available. Free Parking; open the grounds open at 10:30 a.m.
Bring the kids and join in Donaldson Farm's first Spring event at its Tack Sale & Swap and Family Fun Day!
The Washington Business Improvement District, in partnership with Arcana Toys, Games & Hobbies, is ready to once again bring this out-of-this-world experience back to the Downtown.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 54 presents its annual Car and Truck Show:
Car Troop 54, Where Are You? Bring your wheels or just come out to see the cars and trucks that others have entered in the show while you enjoy food and music. Dash Plaques for the first 50 cars registered.
A 4- to 5-mile hike along the Paulinskill Valley Trail with the Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee (PVTC) friends group. The cinder-based trail provides easy, level walking; Bring lunch and a drink.
Maifest is a traditional German celebration of Spring. Join your local Hackettstown craft breweries for bier, food, music & fun for the family!
Jeff Bellfry & Co. performs Music under the Arbor at Alba Vineyard on Sunday.
This is a great day for a great cause! Live music, 50/50s, specials and more!
James has been a perennial favorite at Roy’s Hall: A songwriter’s songwriter, he's earned the respect of masterful writers such as Bruce Springsteen and Willie Nile, and has built his acclaimed legacy on humbly honoring purity of expression. His songs are elegantly spare, conveying sentiments in the most direct possible way.
Hollowpoint - the band formally known as the Gypsy Rose Band - is a group of veteran musicians who came together to make great music and have fun doing it, and will be rocking the firehouse.
Celebrate Warren County's vast array of parkland, historic preservation projects, farmland and open space at this free event, happening rain or shine, with live music and other entertainment, historic displays, re-eanctors, informative talks, guided hikes and more! The Metrotrails Early Bird Hike starts the day from 8:30am-10am, then catch a full day of events at the historic Van Nest - Hoff - Vannatta Farmstead in Harmony Township. Look for the Explore Warren table and say hello to the folks behind Warren County Wanderings!
Acoustic Gumbo features Bill Brain, Rich Giraud and Jon Male from Cairo along with Caren Kennedy, serving up a delightfully diverse mix of rock, reggae, and R&B, spiced with Latin, jazz, and funk.
Stop in for a little while, or hang out for all three hours. Bring your instrument and/or your voice. Or just sit in and enjoy the music.
It's a vocal summit where the talents of singers Amy London, Pete McGuinness, Dylan Pramuk, and Holli Ross unite in harmony to pay tribute to the art of vocalese singing and to the forefathers and mothers of their favored art form.
There's a mysterious event at the winery with an unraveling plot, a victim, a murderer, and a cast of characters!
Lehigh Valley icon Steve Brosky teams up with Jimmy Meyer, and these guys are good together! Steve brings that bluesy/gravely (been around the block once or twice) voice and Jimmy brings it on the guitar!
Billy Strings was practically born into bluegrass: his mother’s water broke while she was attending a birthday party packed with musicians and baby Billy was born with the echo of guitars and banjos in his ears. Blessed with the voice of an old soul from the mountains, a gentlemanly air, and the ability to sling hundreds of notes with razor-crisp precision at the speed of a machine gun, Strings’ flat-picking talent seems almost beyond comprehension to veterans of the local bluegrass scene, especially given his youth.
Warren County's semiannual Paper Shredding event is a free service to Warren County residents (not for busineses).
Congratulations to Humpty Junior's for snagging "best burger" honors with their Grass-Fed Burger in NJ.com's survey seeking the best hamburger in each county. "Humpty Junior's is a cool, kitschy roadside hangout," NJ.com wrote. That it is, and the food is great, too. You'll find them on that stretch of Route 46 that is not at all like Route 46 in other parts of the state (come and see for yourself). Congrats also to runners-up Sullivan's On The Main, Phillipsburg, for their Alpine Burger, and Marley's Gotham Grill, Hackettstown, for the Mac Daddy.
This year's Sip and Art Soiree sessions will focus on learning about landscape painting and painting using a variety of mediums.
Starting its 63rd year of entertaining generations of visitors and creating unforgettable memories, Land of Make Believe opens for another summer season of fun with its Memorial Day Weekend Grand Opening. Their Pirate-themed Waterpark is filled with "Pirate" rides such as Pirate's Escape, Pirate's Peak, and the new Queen Anne's Revenge. But the Pirates are even taking over some land at the park this year, as the newest ride, Blackbeard's "Flying Pirate Ship", is a perfect "sailing" experience for young children who want to ride with the Neverland Pirates.
The park has been family-owned since Day One, specifically designed by an educator so parents and children could participate together. While always changing and growing, Land of Make Believe continues to stay true to its roots with parental participation in a clean, affordable and wholesome environment.
Join us for our first alfresco dinner of the season in Row 51 of the vineyard. Chef Francesco Sorgiavanni of Francesco's Italian Restaurant in Phillipsburg, NJ will prepare an Italian outdoor feast to savor by sunset!!
Enjoy a day of music, art, history, literature and more on Warren County's Morris Canal Greenway. ParkFest will feature a lawn concert by three different jazz combos – bring lawn chairs or a blanket to enjoy The Louis Pettinelli Quartet, The Jack Furlong Quartet, and The Dennis Melillo Swing Quartet on stage. Artists and the Evening Star Quilt Guild display their work inside the barn, where you’ll also have a chance to see local filmmaker John General’s short documentary “Extra 1104 - The Story of the Rockport Train Wreck” and a special exhibition of canal paintings by the late Richard Schisler.
In "Authors Alley" you'll meet a variety of fiction, non-fiction and children's book authors, plus the WC Library Bookmobile will be there. A classic car show; local history displays; food vendors; and other entertainment are featured, and the Warren County History Museum at Bread Lock Park will be open, with artifacts, displays, and working models on aspects of the county's rich history. ParkFest is free and open to all. Want to be a part of ParkFest with your classic car, your artwork, or your book? Click for more info!