Rutherfurd Hall's Bus Tour of Historical Allamuchy will take you to sites within Allamuchy that are tied to Rutherfurd Hall.
Bring the kids to a carnival sponsored by Saints Phillip & James School. There will be fun, rides, food, live music, and much more!
Buck Hill’s First Bourbon and Cigar Night on the Patio! Price includes a special 4-course dinner menu and a bourbon tasting menu.
Meet fiber artist Beth Carson and learn the fascinating craft of macrame. It’s surprisingly simple and the textural knots are fun to make! This 2-hour workshop comes with everything you need to make the holder like the one pictured - even the potted plant! Refreshments, too. Space is limited so reserve today.
Welcome back the warm weather with the 26th Annual Spring Festival, held on the fields behind Centenary University on Fifth and Reese Avenues. This family favorite, free with a suggested donation for parking, features rides, live music, games, candy giveaways from the locally based Mars Wrigley Confectionary and much more. In addition, Hackettstown Medical Center will feature a “Teddy Bear Hospital” on Saturday from 1-4pm where kids 3-6 are invited to bring their ill or injured stuffed animals to the hospital tent for care.
Get a head start on Mother's Day and create a special gift for Mom: an enchanting Fairy Garden that you can enjoy all year long. No registration required. This workshop is perfect for the whole family! Light refreshments will be served.
Children from Kindergarten to 6th Grade are invited to join Kaleidoscope Enrichment in this exciting event that encourages kids to learn the science behind the food.
Indoor and outdoor activities like open mic, book signings, workshops, food and beverages; good times for everyone. The free event is kid friendly.
Bring the family to enjoy some music and dinner at Thisilldous: Fresh, local & friendly! Open all day; dinner served 5pm-9pm with music from Karen & Jeff 6pm-9pm.
Want some Mom and Daughter time? Come to The Farm in Harmony where each person can make their own floral wreath using a wire frame, our beautiful strawflowers, ribbon, fabric and other textures.
It's time to laugh! Join Rutherfurd Hall and watch 4 NY/NJ Comedians perform hilarious stand-up comedy. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. Tickets are $25 per person.
Harvey, a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Mary Chase, is the story of a perfect gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd, and his best friend, Harvey -- a pooka, who is a six-foot tall, invisible rabbit. One weekend only!
JJ Lynch Band rocks the stage with their blues and rock 'n' roll covers and originals! Bring your family and friends.
Have fun with Wind Up Monkey! Enjoy a night out with friends while eating some delicious food.
Join women in the celebration of female riders! Not just a day, but a whole weekend of motorcyle events for women, from Friday's Welcome Dinner through rides and events Saturday and Sunday. Meet Gloria Tramontin-Struck, 92 years old and still riding! Hosted by Garden State Girls, New Jersey, Chapter of Women of the Wind, and centered at Tramontin Harley-Davidson, with proceeds supporting the fight against cancer.
It's opening weekend for the Winery Train! Enjoy an afternoon trip along the scenic Delaware River behind New Jersey's only operating steam locomotive, then visit to one of New Jersey's most beautiful wineries, Villa Milagro Vineyards. Learn how grapes are grown and made into wine, then sample and purchase at the source. This season's Winery Train starts May 5 and continues every weekend through October 28.
Join the Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee (PVTC) for a hike at the Blairstown Airport. The PVTC, a Friends Organization of the Kittatinny Valley State Park, will host the hike.
It's their 12th Annual Open House! Visit and look through all of their greenhouses, and plan your Spring planting with fresh new ideas and old favorities.
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Four Sisters Winery. Enjoy your choice of cheese quesadilla or a hard Taco. Wear fiesta fun wear and receive a special discount.
Celebrate Cino de Mayo and watch the Kentucky Derby at the Hill!
Come to the Draught House for their biggest Cinco De Mayo Party. They will have great Mexican food specials, margarita specials, giveaways, and a live DJ all night.
Raise a glass of Sangria to toast the spirit of "unlikely victories" at this American (yes! American!!) celebration!
Shippen Manor Museum presents Ron Frost, professional magician and card sharp, performing an ongoing one-man show throughout the afternoon.
Relax to the sounds of The Last Thursday Band - classic and contemporary jazz, pop, blues, and rock.
Celebrating 25 years of performances with its 2018 Springfest of Song, the Community Singers, directed by Hunter Chadeayne, perform two days in a row in two different locations, Saturday evening in Phillipsburg and Sunday afternooon in Washington. Two of the Singers’ former music directors - Karla Lake, the original conductor, and Bob Riday - serve as guest conductors at both concerts. The concert also features the Children’s Chorus of Warren County under the direction of Mariah Adams.
Phil -n- the Blanks play a variety of music from the '70s, '80s and '90s like the Police, Rush, The Who and Led Zeppelin. Come check them out.
Come to Bea McNally's and listen to Katastrophy! Offers up a musical mix that’s sure to get the audience moving.
Join with the Musconetcong Watershed Association and run or walk a scenic loop in the beautiful Musconetcong watershed. You'll pass streams, pastures, historic buildings and the scenic Musconetcong River on this mostly flat 4-mile run or walk, held rain or shine.
Explore Ridge and Valley Conservancy's preserves by bike. Meet at the White Lake barn at 9am for a pre-ride safety check. Departure is at 10am.
It’s that time again! Get your yoga on – and your wine/wine slushies at Brook Hollow Winery!
Brought to you by It's the Talk of the Town, LLC and hosted by Brook Hollow Winery. Crafts, gifts, wine tasting, food, music, and fashion. Free admission.
Relax to the sounds of The Kathy Phillips Trio - unique blend of pop, folk, rock, and jazz.
The second of two performances celebrating the ensemble's 25 years of performances, this one in Washington Borouh. The Silver Anniversary Springfest, which also features the Children’s Chorus of Warren County and guest conductors from the Singers' past, is followed by reception in the church’s fellowship hall.
Blairstown Historic Preservation Committee's 2018 History Month begins on Monday, May 7 by honoring our BHPC founders: former Mayor and Committeewoman the late Anita Ardia, and Blairstown's Historian the late Helen Hall. A biography of their lives will be reviewed as well as the role they played in founding our Committee in 2001.
Come to The Farm in Harmony for a therapeutic yoga class designed for Veterans and their families to attend.
T-shirt quilts, or quilts made out of clothing of a child or loved one are one-of-a-kind projects with special meaning to family and friends.
Rutherfurd Hall introduces a Meditation Class with, Jean Marie of Fostering the Journey.
Beginning in April, RVC will offer a free weekly youth fishing program known as “Hooked on Fishing not on Drugs (HOFNOD)”.
Tony Award-winning writing team, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty's, first produced show, Lucky Stiff, premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons.
Come out to Bea McNally's for a fun night with DJ Nappz!
Every Friday, come to Kathy's Kove to sing your heart out! Bring your instrument, voice, poetry, story or written word. They have the mic and amp.
Hear an informative program presented by Lonny Buinis, RVCC, then enjoy night sky viewing through the UACNJ telescopes in the dark skies of Jenny Jump State Forest, weather permitting. All you need to bring is your curiosity and an open mind to be amazed at the sights in our night sky.
Relax and unwind with some tapas, delicious drinks and some smooth sounds, featuring Live Jazz Saturdays 9:30-11:30pm.
Live Acoustic Music every Sunday! Enjoy some coffee, food and music.
Begin Your Journey to a Better Life! Yoga Class with Delia for beginners starts at 4pm and Advanced Beginner/Intermediate 5:15-6:30pm. $91 for 7-week session or $16 per session.
All proceeds from The Friends of the Phillipsburg Free Public Library's annual sale support the Summer Reading Program and other educational and cultural enrichment programs at the library. Thursday is an advance preview night for members. Come on out and find that book you’ve been looking for or find one you never knew you wanted.
Knowlton Fine Arts is having their end-of-the-year art show with paintings, drawings, sculpture, pottery, and more. Refreshments will be served while students and teachers offer music.
Do you have anything you are looking to get rid of? The Pohatcong History and Heritage Society is accepting donations for this year's Spring Yard Sale to benefit the restoration of Shimer Mansion.
Thanks to a program from the NJ Forest Service and the Arbor Day Foundation, the Liberty Township Environmental Commission and Girl Scout Troop 97260 will be handing o
Everyone is welcome to the Warren County Disability Fair! Learn about area resources including vocational and job training opportunities, disability benefits and estate planning, adult services, housing, recreation, higher education opportunities and much more.
The Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County (DASACC) will host a one-night only benefit reading of Eve Ensler’s award winning play The Vagina Monologues at Rutherfurd Hall.
Want to learn about herbs and their culinary and traditional uses? Add pizzaz to your culinary dishes? Christine Gaffney, a master gardener and herb docent from Essex County, will be your instructor.
Want some Mom and Daughter time? Come to The Farm in Harmony where you and your daughter can make a floral wreath using a wire frame, our beautiful strawflowers, ribbon, fabric and other textures.
Country Corner Store and Cafe'sfirst event is a vendor fair featuring local artists and artisans, face painting, chair massage, agricultural lessons for the kids including a short cooking lesson, and much more!
Do you want to try quilting? Rail Fence is a perfect block design that allows the beginner to build their sewing and quilting skills easily, while creating fun and easy to follow patterns.
Brook Hollow will be open normal business hours Mother's Day weekend from 12pm-6pm with regular wine tastings at $10/person and live music between 1:30pm and 4:30pm.
Villa Milagro's Concert Series showcases local musicians in a concert setting. Come to hear, appreciate and enjoy Jazz and Classical musicians and vocalists from traditional to contemporary.
In an era of click-bait and sound bites, Yarn provides a real experience. They're not just a live band; they're a band for people who want to live.
Let The Willows do the cooking and clean up. Celebrate your Mother at The Willows. Call to make your reservation at 908-574-5101.
The Loft at Jacks's Barn and award winning Chef, Franco Vitella, present A Special Mother's Day Buffet Brunch. This beautifully restored feed barn & once molasses mill served local farmers.
Celebrate Mother's Day at Buck Hill Brewery! Every Mom gets a rose.
Celebrate your Mom at Flynn's On the Hill for brunch! Cost is $24.95 for Adults, $21.95 for Seniors, $12 for Children ages 5-10 and free for Children under 5.
Show your love for the important women in your life with a day at Alba Vineyard, New Jersey’s largest estate vineyard overlooking the scenic Musconetcong Valley.
Italian Chef, Matty Matarazzo promises a meal fit for your Mom as he brings back the traditional Mother's Day dinner of Roasted Turkey and Baked Ham with all the trimmings.
Join the Rock Creek Tavern on Mother's Day for their monthly plant nite. Relax with your Mom and enjoy some awesome food, drinks and planting a terrarium.
Join Casey for an evening of creating rolled paper flowers to decorate a natural material wreath for your home or to give as a gift.
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.