Learn some basics of machine sewing while you make a beautiful Christmas Wreath from a selection of fabrics.
Let Flowerland Growers help you create a fresh evergreen arrangement such as a door swag, porch pot, or an amazing centerpiece with candles for your holiday table.
Lakota Wolf Preserve hosts its annual art show fundraiser at Brook Hollow Winery. Shop for Lakota Wolf T-shirts, sweatshirts, prints, framed prints and a special Jeff Echevarria original he is donating to be auctioned off. Starting at 6pm there will be music, wine tasting, and a $5 Friday night dinner.
The Hackettstown BID will host the 11th Annual Hometown Holiday celebration with horse-drawn carriage rides through the Historic District, Santa parade, tree lighting, Santa Selfie Station and much more!
Join us every first Friday night in 2017. Bring the family to enjoy the music of Late Night Kennel Club. Fresh, local & friendly. Dinner served 5-9 p.m. with music from 6-9 p.m.
Enjoy the Americana music of Gordon Ward in the Tavern at this 18th century stone mill. No cover charge.
Get into the Christmas spirit and wear that ugly sweater! This event is hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mountain Lake Fire Company.
Brook Falls Farm is happy to present another night of music and community at the Carriage House in Historic Blairstown NJ for an all ages open stage. C'mon out and share your songs and talent.
They have everything you need to perform. You just need to bring your inner rock star and your talent. Solo or small act, all are welcome. BYOB; lunch menu served.
The Outcrops are a four-piece rock n roll band from North Jersey. They incorporate bits of the blues, folk, funk, jazz, and old country roots. Check them out!
Blame It On The Girl is a modern party rock cover band based in Northern NJ.
The Warren County Community Singers will present two performances of their annual Winterfest of Music featuring the Children’s Chorus of Warren County on Saturday, Dec. 2, 7:30pm at Grace Lutheran Church, 300 Roseberry Street, Phillipsburg; and Sunday, Dec. 3, 3pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 40 East Church Street, Washington. Both venues are wheelchair accessible and have ample parking. The concert is free, but a good-will offering will be taken.
Enjoy some hot cider, horse-drawn carriage rides through the farm, find some festive decor or the perfect gift, and much more!
Held in the gymnasium of Blairstown Elementary School, where kids can shop parent-free in a safe enviornment, and parents can shop kid-free at more than 60 different vendor tables.
More than 130 of the area's finest crafters and artisans come together for this one-day juried event to display their unique handmade items. The event features door prizes, lunch options, bake sales, a special visit from Santa, and more for a fun-filled holiday shopping experience.
Create your very own evergreen wreath from scratch. Then, adorn it with bows, berries, pine cones and more. Please dress for the mess. Bring working gloves as it’s a sappy job sometimes.
Please join the artists of Gallery 23 for a Holiday Reception. Come enjoy refreshments and celebrate this magical time of year. Many of the artists will be in attendance for a meet and greet.
This is the 40th year of a wonderful town-wide holiday event with more than 200 artisans participating.
It's Christmas time! Create your own fresh evergreen 16″ wreath using various types of pine and holly.
Step back into another era where the toys and games didn't need batteries. Old-time decorations adorn the buildings while volunteers and park staff in period clothing demonstrate how the season was celebrated in years past. The kids can make a decoration or play with some of the wonderful old-time toys and games in the parlor. Light seasonal refreshments served. Don't forget to come back the next day for the old fashioned Christmas service and carol singing!
Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary Holiday Bazaar is a day filled with wonderful crafts and specialty items. There will be Franky Banky Holiday Cookies and lots of other goods.
Join Rock Creek for its first Holiday Boutique! They will have six vendors that will help you choose the perfect gift for your loved ones this holiday season!
Visit the historical mansion while it is decorated for the holidays. There will be family photo opportunities with Santa, music, holiday crafts and much more.
Using holly and various types of fresh greens, create a delightful centerpiece for your holiday table. Then, you can add pine cones, berries and finish with a candle and decorative bow.
The Pequest Co-Op is celebrating 1 year in business. Come by for some light food, desserts and refreshments!
Belivdere's annual Tree Lighting at Riverside Park (at the corner of Water & Market Streets) will include a visit from Santa, holiday music, hot chocolate/cookies/hot dogs and a trackless train! Remember to shop the local merchants.
While you dine, relax and enjoy the soft rock tunes of Jersey's own Rich Goldberg, covering more than 70 iconic artists, from the Beatles to Billy Joel and from James Taylor to Elton John.
Live comedy featuring comedians from NJ and NY will have you saying Ho-Ho-Ho! Doors open 7pm for the 8pm show.
Check them out at the Rock Creek! Great food and drink specials too.
Alexis P. Suter is the owner of that big, booming voice you can hear roaring out of Brooklyn into the heart of North America and beyond. The Alexis P. Suter Band are on the rise as accolades pour in and they continue to captivate audiences from town to town.
Uncle Smiley is at Plan B Pub! They play a wide variety of music from oldies to current hits, classic rock, pop, country and anything else you want to hear.
Classic Rock, Classic Disco and some current music? Must be a Mid-Life Crisis!
Do you enjoy yoga? Come by The Architects Club and "Bend and Brunch" the first Sunday of every month where you can stretch, bend and then have some brunch.
Santa Claus will be visiting during their regular Sunday Brunch. Ol' Saint Nick will be taking photos with good children and listening to their Christmas wish lists.
Flappers, Bootleggers and Mobsters are invited to get their “Bee’s knees” on to celebrate the 84th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition. Snap your photo in the Juice Joint Jail.
An old fashioned Christmas service and carol singing will be held in the Millbrook Church at 5pm Sunday evening followed by a fellowship get together in the Van Campen Farmhouse.
Meet musical artist and television personality Kevin Jonas, former New York Giants Running Back Lee Rouson, and MLB Sports anchor Scott Braun! Centenary University hosts this event, sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts of Hackettstown and ticket sales will be donated to the Joy in Childhood Foundation, the charitable foundation supported by Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins. Cost is $30 for adults, $20 for students and children under 12 are free. Complimentary light refreshments will be served, as well as entertainment by a six-piece band. Five lucky attendees will go home with an autographed guitar by Kevin Jonas with your admittance ticket.
Come to the farmstead on a magical night and visit with Father Christmas in the Summer Kitchen by the fire! A wonderful time for children of all ages!
The Well-Sweep garden fairies transform the shop into a Christmas wonderland, the greenhouse is stocked, and seasonal wreaths and arrangements are available. Enjoy complimentary hot mulled cider and cookies, bring your holiday guests and come visit!
Start your Christmas tradition by visiting three of Warren County’s most unique, family-owned farms all within 4 minutes of each other. Wyckoff’s Christmas Tree Farm, Mackey’s Orchard and Four Sisters Winery invite your family to enjoy a fun-filled day of Christmas trees, baked goods, wine tasting and much more on the Christmas in the Country Trail!
It's Small Business Saturday! Visit any participating BID business and make a purchase to receive a limited number Shop Small fabric tote bag, with a Shop Small Card for local stores. One bag also will contain $25 in BID Bucks!
Centenary Stage Company's production of Disney's NEWSIES The Musical. It is New York City 1899 and Jack Kelly and his ragtag of newsboys make a meager living selling newspapers on the city streets. But when the prices of "papers" are hiked and the newsies are hung out to dry, there is nothing left to do but "open the gates and seize the day"!
United Way of Northern New Jersey is seeking the assistance of area residents and businesses to purchase holiday gifts and winter coats for individuals in need during its United Way Gifts of the Season program. The drive is currently underway, concluding on December 11. To request a gift tag, to volunteer, or for more information, email Lisa.Galonardo@UnitedWayNNJ.org, visit www.UnitedWayNNJ.org/Gifts2017 or call 973-993-1160 x503.
Support the Ladies Auxiliary of Huntington Fire Company #1 and bring your appetite to this breakfast buffet. There is a wide selection of food available. $10 for adults.
Canceled, due to inclement weather.
Bring your furry family members for a chance to get their picture taken with Santa Paws! For each $5 donation, you will receive a photo of your pet in a holiday frame. 100 percent of the proceeds go to PAL animals waiting for homes.
One-stop Holiday Shopping! Shop small, shop local this holiday. Multiple crafters/vendors and gifts for everyone on your list!
An evening of holiday music, gourmet hot and cold food and beverages, and dozens of beautifully decorated Christmas trees sponsored by local businesses and organizations. Vote for your favorite! This magical event benefits the Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc. and The Arc of Warren County.
Join Musconetcong Watershed Association to celebrate its 25th anniversary! Help celebrate this major milestone for the organization as well as the 150th anniversary of the Asbury Mill it is restoring. Next year also marks the 50th anniversary of the Federal Wild & Scenic Act, under which the Musconetcong River is protected. There will be a premiere of a Wild & Scenic video featuring the Musconetcong River, dinner, music, a silent auction, and recognition of honored guests.
Don't know what to give to that family member or friend? Something handmade is always a great option!
Plant Nite is invading bars and restaurants near you with everything you need to create a gorgeous terrarium.
This beloved American holiday classic is performed on the Roy's Hall stage as a live '40s radio broadcast, as the ensemble brings a few dozen characters to life. "Remember, George: no man is a failure who has friends."
"A Stomping We Will Go" at our Barefoot Grape Stomping! $35 per person (plus tax & service fee). Advanced tickets required. Call for tickets at 908-475-3671.
A Moravian Christmas in the Historic Village of Hope. From 4pm-5pm, you can visit Saint Nicholas at the Moravian Farm House.
Santa Claus is coming to town! Help light the Christmas Tree at Borough Hall then parade with us to the Pocket Park for our second tree lighting, plus a Menorah lighting to celebrate Chanukah. Crafts for the kids, seasonal music. And don't forget to have your picture taken with Santa!
Winner of the 1955 Tony for Best Musical, more than half a century later The Pajama Game claimed the award for Best Revival of a Musical, proving that the show is truly timeless, brimming with songs and dances that have become musical theatre standards.
Villa Milagro features internationally renown guitar duo Laura Oltman & Michael Newman performing a Christmas Pastorale with the music of Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn, Pachelbel, Brahms and more.
Houston Person is known as the “The Boss Tenor Crown.” He’s performed in the hard bop and swing genres, but most experienced in and best known for his work in soul jazz. Person is also known for his distinctive sassy sound and his expressive style of playing. David Leonhardt, jazz pianist and composer, is a highly skilled and versatile artist with a passion to bring the jazz and creative music experience to as many people in the world as he can.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is a reimagining of the Biblical story of Joseph, his father Jacob, eleven brothers and the coat of many colors.
The Tony Award winning lyricist of A Chorus Line, Edward Kleban, was determined to write both the words and music for a Broadway show, a goal unrealized in 1987 when he died of cancer at the age of 48. Only posthumously would Ed's songs garner the acclaim they always deserved, in the biographical musical A Class Act, which dramatizes his often hilarious, ultimately heartbreaking journey, performed by an ensemble of 7 who inhabit the colorful gallery of friends and loved ones in Ed's life.
There’s magic in the air and a sparkle in every smile when The Nutcracker comes to town with the New Jersey Civic Youth Ballet. “This is the most enchanting fairy tale of a child's most unforgettable Christmas,” says NJCYB Director, Christine Taylor, “Through the narration; young children can understand a fanciful story, while the rest of us realize that this is truly a story of life, love, and the holiday spirit.”