Attention all brides: Planning a wedding? Come check out the Almond Tree Manor and all of their vendors!
Come out to Bea McNally's for a fun night with DJ Nappz!
Join the Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center for its 2nd Annual Oktoberfest at Donaldson Farms! Enjoy authentic German food, music and dancing! Try your strength out with the hay bale throwing contest and beer stein holding contest!
Paint like the masters. Learn technique, composition and color theory.
Hurry! The three showings originally scheduled have SOLD OUT so they added an earlier show! The original Friday The 13th was filmed in northern Warren County, and whenever that date rolls around, Jason Voorhees roams the streets and alleys of downtown Blairstown in tribute to the 1980 cult slasher classic. Horror film fanatics from across the country flock to the area to tour the local filming locations, concluding their visit with a screening of the movie at Roy's Hall. Tickets now available online! Also stop by the Blairstown Museum for their display of movie memorabilia. Get more info on Friday the 13th festivities here.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Regional songwriters are featured as the Skylands Songwriters Guild joins with the Inn for an evening of music in the charming cellar bar venue of the stone mill that dates to 1769.
Be prepared to have the hair on the back of your neck stand up as these Ghost Hunters share some of their latest investigations with you.
Back on Track takes you to back to the '80s. Listen to a great band while you eat and have a drink!
Say Uncle is a five-piece, high energy, versatile band from the Roxbury, NJ area. Come by and check them out!
Country recording artist and songwriter Bobby Clark at Bea McNally's Irish Pub!
The Canal Society of New Jersey offers a wide range of programming at Waterloo Village this year including the new Highlands Canal Boat Exhibit featuring the recently discovered remains of what may be the last Morris Canal Boat. Some of the historic buildings will be open, historic trades & crafts will be demonstrated, and there will be canal boat rides. Special events: the Skylands Dulcimer String Band presents its own unique blend of traditional, Celtic, old time, classical and modern music; Store keeper and village historian, Rick Giles, gives visitors an idea of what shopping was like in the 1860; and Miller Steve Lauf will be grinding grain and demonstrating the operation of a real water-powered gristmill.
Family fun weekend is happening at their Fall Festival!
The inaugural Phillipsburg Pork Roll Palooza located on the banks of the scenic Delaware River will feature Pork Roll-themed food and beverages, vendors, activities including the great Pork Roll vs. Taylor Ham debate, and live music all day! (Look for the Explore Warren tent to meet the Warren County Wanderings team and sign up for our latest prize giveaway!)
Enjoy some live jazz and wine under their new arbor. Admission is $15 per person. Offer wood-fired pizza and other culinary treats for purchase from Osteria Morini/Nicoletta Pizzeria.
Sip wine and enjoy live music in a casual atmosphere. Wine for purchase by the bottle or glass at retail value. Bring your own food if you like.
Enjoy a relaxing fall afternoon on the banks of the Wild and Scenic Musconetcong River while listening to some live music and sampling fine wines as well as a curated selection of craft beer & ciders. Have fun while supporting a great cause. Donation is $30 pre-paid or $35 at the door. Selections from local producers as well as an interesting assortment from around the world will be available, as well as light appetizers, including smoked trout courtesy of the Musky Trout & Fish Hatchery.
Experience a delicious farm-fresh dinner and views of gorgeous fall foliage in the rolling Warren County hills that is home to TreeLicious Orchards.
Celebrate the bounty of Fall with Alba's Chefs' Dinners. Each evening is hosted by a talented Altamarea Group chef and features the food that inspires him, expertly paired with Alba wines. Get to know the chefs and savor their creations in an intimate setting. This time it's a night dedicated to risotto.
Looking for a night packed with good times and laughter? Limited seats, so get your tickets now! $25 includes dinner and the show. Three great comedians, with Elijah Bullock as the headliner. Call 908-777-3777 for tickets.
A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop Of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. It premieres this weekend and continues to Oct. 22.
Guitarist of Jethro Tull for 43 years, Martin Barre's sound and playing having been a major factor in their success and earned him a high level of respect and recognition. With Jethro Tull taking a long break from touring, Martin has put together a band to play the classic music from the Tull catalogue, giving Tull fans and a broader audience the chance to hear tracks not performed for many years. The band includes top musicians from a similar background.
Everybody's favorite party band! Come by and check them out. You are sure to have a good time. The Brass Rail offers a wide variety of foods and delicious drinks.
The Dowden Brothers Band is a New Jersey cover band playing classic rock, Top 40, 80’s and 90’s hits, and of course some James Brown and Elvis to keep things cool. Come by and check them out!
The festival is free, rain or shine, with activities to include quilting exhibits, a ribbon-cutting of our newly established interpretive trail, Boy Scout demonstrations of pioneer skills, lace making, apple tasting, cider making, smokehouse demonstration with Myron Baley's famous bacon, woodworking exhibitions, and more. Humpty Juniors will be offering tasty, seasonal refreshments. At 2pm East Stroudsburg University Associate Professor of History Martin Wilson will present “Resorts Along the Delaware.”
Admission is $15 per person which includes wine tasting and an etched Alba wine glass. Offers wood-fired pizza and other culinary treats for purchase from Osteria Morini/Nicoletta Pizzeria.
Please come join Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) for a day of fun, friendship and community as it hosts its first Autumn Adventure Fest Community Day.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Like a screwball comey from the 30's, there is chaos in the household of a married couple when the wife decides to dedicate herself and her home to the life of the mind. A funny, witty, delightful new adaptation based on the comic genius of Moliere.
This 7-acre, military-themed Corn Maze is open for the season through November 10, Wednesday through Sunday, 9am-6pm (Monday and Tuesday by appointment) and culminating with a free invitation-only event for veterans and their families on Veterans Day.
Ready for the 2017 Haunting Season! Come if you dare to the Hayride of Horrors & Haunted House at Corrado's Farm, operating Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 6-29.
Wine down your week on the deck at Four Sisters Winery. Other menu items available.
In addition to the usual harvest activities, this weekend Donaldson's honors veterans, active military personnel, and first responders (police officers, firefighters, and EMTs)! FREE admission to enter the military-themed, 9-acre corn maze for military and first responders with proper ID (10am-4pm). $1 from each corn maze ticket this season will be donated to Welcome Home Vets of NJ.
Saturday, Oct. 14 only: FREE 15-minute ‘Portrait of Love’ family photography session on the farm (12-4pm) for military, active and retired, and their families.
On the vine pumpkin-picking, hayrides, pumpkin launchers and corn cannons, corn maze, bounce pillow and cow grain are among the fun waiting for you and your family. No admission fee to visit the farm, and some activities are free, but others have fees.
In the month of October, every Delaware River Railroad Excursion train is The Great Pumpkin Train. Every child gets to pick their own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. $18/adult; $12/child. Trips leave 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3:30pm.
Pick your own pumpkins & apples; tractor drawn hayrides; corn maze ($5); wine tasting, wine cellar tours; games for everyone! Live music from 1-6pm, and food available for purchase on the deck from 11am-5pm.
Kids learn step by step how to paint a spooky witch landscape. Canvas, paint, instruction and Philly Pretzel tray included. Drop off children ages 8 and older, or accompany your child 7 and under.
Wood turning and stone sculpting are reductive processes yielding three-dimensional art. Hal Murray will present and describe how wooden vessels are made on a lathe, aspects of a quality wooden vessel, and present a philosophy that vessels can be metaphors for you.
Attention aspiring artists and wine lovers: come out for a night of creativity and inspiration! Bring a bottle of wine and celebrate Halloween by creating a festive fall masterpiece.
Lyme Disease Support Group of Knowlton presents a free showing of this award-winning documentary, as well as hosting guest speaker, Dr. John Harrington.
Start the day off right with a great breakfast! Adults $7, Seniors $6 and Child $4. For more information, call 908-475-2036.
Support the Class of 2019 by walking or running at the Neon Color Fun Run!
Meet local artist Shelley Bartlett and see her beautiful oil paintings. Light fare and mimosas will be served, and be sure to grab a free pumpkin on your way out!
Celebrate the beautiful fall season with a drive through the scenic countryside around the Township of Pohatcong with exclusive access to amazing historic houses. Start at Alba Vineyard for the self-guided tour of local historic homes, sites, and other structures. Proceeds benefit historic and environmental preservation efforts in Pohatcong Township.
The last Grape Gallop of 2017 at the amazing Alba Vineyard, either 2- or 3.5-mile routes. Register by October 19 for $55, Race Day $65.
Join us for our last festival of the year and celebrate the end of another great harvest, with cuisine from the region’s best food trucks, Alba’s estate wines, and live music by The VooDUDES!
A hands-on workshop in Precious Metal Clay, directed by Suzanne Dominiquez, a multi-talented artist and member of 5 East Art Gallery. Learn the basics of working with fine silver clay (99.9%) and be able to create two of your own original silver pendants.
All-you-can-eat Family Style Roast Beef Dinner with assorted desserts. Call ahead and leave message to reserve tickets, or buy them at the door. $15/adult; $14/Senior and take-out; $8/child age 6-12; free for kids age 5 and younger. 908-453-2301.
Five outstanding individuals representing various backgrounds and accomplishments will be inducted into the Warren County Hall of Fame at its 8th annual dinner. Presented by the Warren County Community College Foundation, the event is open to the public. Tables may be reserved. Proceeds from the event benefit students in need, as well as special programs at the college. Pictured, left to right, are inductees Dr. Robert Friedman; Sal Simonetti; Kathleen Halpin; John McCann; and Tomás Gonzales. Posthumous inductees are Vice Admiral John Bulkeley, one of the Navy's most highly decorated heroes, and Blairstown ground-breaker John I. Blair.
17th annual fall harvest gathering with honored guest, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, an American statesman and political leader who served as our 32nd president.
Grammy-award winner, six-time Grammy nominee, and 2015 IBMA Award winner for Recorded Event of the Year, Peter Rowan is a singer-songwriter with a career spanning over five decades.