“She has the voice: bruised, smoky and ornery, right at home where country and soul meet. She has the melodies and the timing – she’s irresistible.” wrote Jon Pareles in The New York Times. Come and see for yourself!
Enjoy jazz guitarist and vocalist Spencer Reed, a staple at the legendary Deerhead Inn jazz haunt in Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania.
Punk-inspired rock 'n' roll courtesy of Easton-area band, Skin Of My Teeth.
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 certified Yoga Teacher Kate McGuiness for a 30-minute mindful walk at White Lake, starting with some gentle stretching and movement, followed by an easy walk focused on connecting with the breath, the environment, and the moment.
Travel back in time for a free “Spring Fling” marking the season opening of the historic village in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. NPS rangers and park volunteers will open the General Store, Depue Cabin, and other historic buildings, as craftspeople demonstrate spinning, weaving, woodworking and blacksmithing, while the kids enjoy 19th century games and activities. Bring a picnic lunch or other refeshments and enjoy a relaxing and fun day.
Relax under the new arbor to kick off of the unofficial start of summer! Sample award winning new releases and old favorites from New Jersey's acclaimed winery.
While everyone else is fighting the traffic and the crowds, you can come on out this weekend and chill. Bring a tent, a blanket, a chair. Bring your picnic; the grill will be fired up for you.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
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!!
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is "Ham Radio and the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse" with Nathaniel Frissell. 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.
Join Ridge and Valley Conservancy Trustee Sharon Wander at the height of songbird migration to see (and hear!) the colorful visiting and breeding birds that thrive in the many hospitable habitats around White Lake. Our three-hour hike will follow the 4-mile trail that encircles the lake through upland fields, deciduous forest, fen, and coniferous forest. Wear good walking shoes.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Come on down to the Rock Creek Sunday afternoon to help welcome Dharma's Kindness to the stage!
Brook Hollow Winery will be open for Memorial Day! Open 10am through 6pm. Enjoy $5 Hot Dogs/Hamburgers with chips and a pickle and live music from Stan and Elise 1-4pm.
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is "The Life of Stars" with Walt Windish. 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.
Blairstown marks Memorial Day with a service at Cedar Ridge Cemetery beginning at noon, followed by a parade concluding at Footbridge Park with free refreshments for all.
Bring a chair. Honor Bell Ceremony, Veterans and First Responders held at Veterans Rally Point. Call 908-319-2800.
Parade starts at 9 am at Abbott and South Main. continues north to Shappell Park where a brief ceremony will be held. The parade will then continue on to Union Square where the Mayors of both Phillipsburg and Easton will jointly drop a wreath of flowers into the Delaware River.
Hosted by American Legion Post 164, the 2017 Memorial Day Parade and Observance is scheduled for Monday, May 29 and will run regardless of weather.
Marc Broussard is an artist with a unique gift of channeling the spirits of classic R&B, rock and soul into contemporary terms.
Enjoy a day of free informative lectures and presentations, as well as tours of our spectacular gardens. Our farm, a family endeavor, is located in the picturesque mountains of Warren County and is home to one of the largest collections of herbs and perennials in the country.
A solution-based community gathering designed to bring the community together to raise awareness through sustainable, transformative and thought-provoking workshops and presentations; live music; and spiritual-minded, hand-selected vendors and services; as well as delicious healthy food. This gathering is intended to address the need in our communities for a change in our lifestyle to create an environment of sustainability for the planet, ensuring us a habitable home where we can all thrive to the fullest.
Join the Washington Business Improvment District to kick off the summer season! Free admission.
See the trout we raise at the state-of-the-art Pequest Trout Hatchery as well as numerous environmental and conservation exhibits, historical reenactors, wildlife artists, carvers and taxidermists with goods and services to sell. Activities include fishing for kids between the ages of 4 and 16, archery ranges for those aged 10 years and above, hunter education (pre-registration required), and more. A sportsmen's flea market will be open so you can purchase what you need to get started or to stock up for the upcoming fishing and hunting seasons.
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.
Brian Molnar (pictured) and Slow Rolling Low - featuring members of the former Cannons in the Cornfield - will be joined by special guest Harry “Hap” Noble, who will play standup bass for this very special concert on June 3. Slow Rolling Low’s lineup includes Harry Noble III on banjo, guitar and vocals. Noble is one of the founders of Cannons in the Cornfield and Quimby Mountain Band. Trevor Newcomb is on percussion.
“First move well, then move often.” – Gray Cook. A one-hour, all levels Hatha Yoga class using the beauty of nature as studio. All levels of experience are welcome.
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!
Moms, and Dads too – come enjoy some free time as we take your children on a fun and educational sensory garden tour.