Based upon the early 16th Century morality play, Everyman, Every(wo)man is an exciting adaptation of the classical piece, with universal themes, ideas and messages still relevant to contemporary audiences. NEXTSTAGE Repertory is the student based performance division of Centenary University’s Theater Department highlighting the collaboration between Centenary University and the professional Centenary Stage Company.
This month's First Friday Celebration offers some Rocking Blues with Jazz and Fusion courtesy of Chaz DePaolo. Dinner served 5-9 p.m. with music from 6-9 p.m.
Held the first Friday of every month. We have everything you need to perform: PA, mics, we can even provide a guitar if you need it. You just need to bring your inner rock star and your talent.
Live music at the historic inn, a restored 1769 stone gristmill, features local artists.
Hard rock from a band that describes its sound as "Guns 'n' Roses, Rage Against The Machine, and Clutch, having a threesome."
Celebrate the Harvest at our Historic Farmstead with the fall Open House, featuring live demonstrations, open hearth cooking in the Summer Kitchen, war re-enactors, and more. Free Admission!
It's that time of year again! Guests dropping in. Parties to attend. Hostess gifts to give. You need wine to give and to share! Three special holiday wines are featured.
Featuring Walt Bibinger on guitar, Kim Williams on keyboards, and Kathy Phillips on vocals, this trio entertains with a unique blend of pop, folk,
rock and jazz.
Krakus Polish Deli of Phillipsburg, NJ, is known region-wide for its homemade and imported Polish specialties - homemade stuffed cabbage, kielbasa and other sausages, strudel and other traditional cakes and more. Drop in to enjoy a wine tasting, then take a glass of wine to Kraskus table to sample pierogies.
The Warren County Cultural & Heritage Commission and Warren Grange # 110 invite you to kick up your heels to a variety of dances, with the music - polkas, waltzes, oldies, and country & western - provided by Fritz’s Polka Band.
The mystery begins at 7pm with dinner and dessert around 8pm. Choose to be an active or passive participant in this tale of famous horror writer Arthur O'Feer who said he would return to his mansion one year after his death. Tonight will be his night! SORRY - SOLD OUT!
Centenary Stage Company welcomes back The New Jersey Ballet with two delightful classic tales brought to life through vivid dance on the Sitnik Theater stage. First up is Don Quixote, rich in Spanish color, flavor, and the laugh-out-loud humor of Cervantes’ masterpiece about an old knight, his squire, and their foray into the age of chivalry. The Star-Ledger wrote, “A zany comedy packed with bravura dancing.”
This year marks Citizens Band Radio’s 10th year anniversary and with it comes their 4th studio release, “American Highway”.
Rock Creek Tavern welcomes "90 Proof and Friends" performing at 8:00 p.m.
Come out for bar rockin' County and Southern Rock! Band members Glenn Roberts – Vocals/Guitar; Mike Advensky – Drums; John McDonough – Keys; with occasional special guest Mike Todd on Bass.
Her Sweet Remains is bringing its mix back to Hackettstown this Saturday. Always a great night at Bea's! 908-813-1900.
Explore and learn how to make signature Thai, Indonesian and Vietnamese dishes with Chef Jay Chai, the owner of both Pandan Room & TOPO Restaurant in Hackettstown. Holiday recipes are featured this month.
The second of two performances by The New Jersey Ballet at Centenary Stage Company, it's Pinocchio, the charming ballet about the wooden puppet who longs to be a real boy. Perfect for the whole family, Pinocchio is performed with original “storyteller” narration so even the littlest ones can keep up with ease.
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.
November Yoga by Delia Quigley:
The County Clerk's office will be open for balloting and passport applications/photos from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 and Sunday, Nov. 6. 908-475-6211
A new book by local Search & Rescue worker, Reyna Favis, taps into the power of myth by creating a modern tale of the psychopomp.
Annual "Family Style" Roast Beef Dinner hosted by Belvidere United Methodist Church.
Adults: $14; Children (6-12 years): $6; free for children age 5 and under
Get a jump on your holiday shopping and decorating! More than 25 vendors and crafters are expected at this event. 908-852-1310.
Come to an evening of literary enrichment at Centenary University with featured guest, Megan Mayhew Bergman.
With the holidays coming, our lives can become even more hectic. As a way to be more mindful and present in our lives, in these sessions we will practice mindfulness breathing. This class will include teaching, meditation practice, and a short discussion afterwards. Pre-registration required.
Iconic folksinger Woody Guthrie is memorialized in this critically acclaimed, award-winning multimedia solo show packed with Guthrie's spirit, music, and artworks, the next offering in Centenary Stage Company's Fringe Festival.
It hasn’t been that long since a teenaged Samantha Fish first started showing up at her local Kansas City blues club, Knuckleheads Saloon, and began soaking up the sounds of visiting modern blues guitar masters, then earlier legends. Incorporating classic rock and contemporary influences, she has put together a sound all her own.
Come out and support one of our favorite locals, Lakota Wolf Preserve, as they host one of their amazing art show fundraisers at the winery.
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. $35/person plus tax and 10% gratuity. Reservations required. Book early as this event will sell out every time. Call 908-475-3671.
The Blairstown Enhancement Committee is presenting an evening with "one of the great personalities in contemporary folk music" (The New York Times) in a benefit event to help the BEC to preserve and enhance the Blairstown community. $30 general admission ($100 VIP tickets are SOLD OUT).