Hosted by Rutherfurd Hall, the lecture lasts about an hour, followed by a Q&A session. No need for reservations. The 2019 Centenary University Lecture Series is sponsored by The House of the Good Shepherd.
Rutherfurd Hall Historian Joan Salvas speaks on the history of the mansion in Allamuchy, at the Hackettstown Library on Church Street.
A uniquely entertaining music and multimedia event chronicles the extraordinary career of Simon & Garfunkel. Anchored by Rex Fowler, co-founder of the renowned folk/rock duo Aztec Two-Step, and his wife Dodie Pettit, an original cast member of Broadway's greatest success story, Phantom of the Opera, with singer and multi-instrumentalist Steven Roues. The show's story-line was originally created by Pete Fornatale, the late great pioneer of progressive FM radio and Simon & Garfunkel biographer. Now narrating, emceeing and manning the scintillating multimedia show is WCWP radio host Tony Traguardo, Fornatale's dear friend and protege, and co-founder of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. Nostalgia and laughter abounds, and a sing a-long is always in the mix.
No school means it's a great time for kids ages 6-10 to come to ShopRite and learn to cook!
Accomplished jazz guitarist Walt Bibinger performs; BYO food or order in from any of the area's fine eateries. Bring family and friends for good beer, good tunes and good times!
Enjoy listening to singer-songwriter-guitarist Pentley Holmes. Wine is available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
This pedigreed six-piece powerhouse has set the pace in Bluegrass for over two decades. To listen to Sideline reminds the fan of why so many people fall in love with Bluegrass in the first place; pulse-pounding drive, songs sung from the heart, perfected timing and dynamics - it's the embodiment of the North Carolina Bluegrass sound. With Serene Green opening.
Stop by for a night of food, drink, and hard rock at the Rock Creek Tavern.
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.
Do you have a shady spot in your yard? That is all you need to get growing your own mushrooms for personal or commercial purposes. Reserve your spot now this talk; Each participant will take home a shiitake mushroom starter kit.
Enjoy listening to Kyle Baker. Wine is available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
Please join us for our November Art Opening! Roberta Rose is the featured artist for the month. The exhibit, "Places...Near and Far", runs to December 1, 2019.
The Black Cross Band offers a Southern Rock 'n' Roll twist to Rock Creek Tavern.
Under A Ton is a high energy New Jersey known for their freewheeling style and diverse range in music.
Warren Heritage Museum at Bread Lock Park and Shippen Manor are open for the afternoon. The Warren Heritage Museum recently acquired a Cornish organ (pictured) and piano as well as an Allegar organ, which are all on display at the museum. Shippen Manor, the restored 18th century iron master’s mansion, will offer tours of both floors. Parking is limited and visitors are encouraged to park on nearby Washington Avenue; Handicapped parking is available at the Manor. Admission is free, but donations are always welcome.
A popular local duo, Stan & Elise return to Brook Hollow to perform a mix of classic '60s tunes, contemporary favorites and jazz standards.
Free for veterans and their families but open to the general public as well, it's a day of fun activities, plus the military-themed corn maze. Proceeds will go to the local Military Order of the Purple Heart.
It's an open acoustic jam, and you're invited. Everybody plays, sings, and picks. Or just hang out, tap your toes, and listen. Dust off your instrument and be part of the fun!
The Well-Sweep garden fairies have transformed the shop into a Christmas wonderland! The greenhouse is stocked, and seasonal wreaths and arrangements are available. Come visit with your holiday guests and enjoy complimentary hot mulled cider and cookies.
You can learn technology at any age! Warren Hills High School is offering free technology help for community members to work with our eager student volunteers! By APPOINTMENT any Tuesday or Thursday beginning at 2:30pm.
Grab some friends, enjoy a glass of wine and a wonderful tricky tray while helping to send children with cancer to camp.
Annual Christmas for the Children Sale and Silent Auction Buttzville United Methodist Church, with all proceeds going to local families for Christmas.
The November Meeting of WCARTS will feature Program for Silk Scarves by Claire Rohloff. Claire always liked drawing, but a career in psychiatric nursing paid the bills.
Bring a veteran or a military family along to honor ALL who served, those presently serving, and all military families. Guest Speaker is Lt. Col. Erik Rautenberg, US Army National Guard, Blackhawk Pilot, Phillipsburg HS graduate, plus a live video conference with Specialist Melanie Fiore, Army National Guard and a Phillipsburg grad, presently stationed in Amman, Jordan. The event also commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the 100th anniversary of the American Legion.
With the holidays just around the corner, this is the perfect lecture to attend, as Dr. Fedich presents ways to help reduce stress and help KEEP stress out of your life!
There will be discussion about how the BID improves the economic potential of businesses located within the district and launch the 2020 Sponsorships.
Ever thought of raising goats or sheep? Join us at the Warren Grange for an informative class.
This event is the perfect time to start your holiday shopping with Washington Township PTA's annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair.
The first frosts have hit, but there is still abundant wild food in the landscape, including nutritious greens, spicy barks and roots, and the last fruits and nuts of the season. Botanist Jared Rosenbaum helps you explore edible and medicinal wild plants and weeds, harvest and preparation techniques, and plant identification and ecology. We'll work with hickory nuts, American hazelnut, acorns, groundnut, sassafras, blackhaw, sochan, Virginia waterleaf, nodding onion, and much more. Reserve your spot in advance!
Tickets are available now for the dinner honoring the 2019 inductees, presented by the Warren County Community College Foundation. Honorees are Tracy Fazzolari Carroll, Anne Grogan, John Johnson, Melville Kries, Sr., former Freeholder Edward Smith, and Maximilliam "Max" Spann, Sr. (posthumous), with special recognition for Warren County Habitat for Humanity and the President's Merit Award to Washington Township Police Chief Thomas J. Cicerelle.
Join the Canal Society in learning about the history of the Morris Canal.
Featuring the music of Johnny Mercer, with Dave Post, director/bassist, with Bill Easley, sax; John Bauers, piano & vocals; David Longworth, drums; and Vanessa Perea, vocals.
Featuring songs and comic sketches from Yiddish and American vaudeville with miscellaneous related frou-frou. Understanding Yiddish helps - but it's just as funny without it! Featuring Broadway, Off-Broadway, television and movie veterans Yelana Shmulenson, Steve Sterner and Allen Lewis Rickman.