The Rutherfurd Hall Foundation presents an exclusive evening of seasonal small plates and wine pairings at David’s Country Inn's New Outdoor Courtyard.
Come nourish your body and soul - - and treat your taste buds. Cost includes a yoga class and wine tasting with Instructor Jules, owner of River Soul Yoga in Milford, NJ.
CSC kicks off this year's Fringe fest with the powerful telling of Tim O’Brien’s lpersonal journey from his innocent years in rural Minnesota to the jungles of Vietnam. A one-person tour-de-force, this play explores the lines between truth and reality as fact and fiction blur in this unforgettable soldier’s journey.
Join Chef Anthony Fiore of Trattoria Di Fiore for Alba's last dinner of the year, an Italian Family Style Supper featuring endless pasta, Chicken Parmesan, sausage, meatballs, garden salad, garlic bread, and Tartufo for dessert.
Put on your lederhosen and join in a German-filled night of food, music, and wine! All your favorite tunes provided by accordionist Erik Kerssen to enjoy with all your favorites from Alpine Meats in Blairstown.
Enjoy listening to Late Night Kennel Club. Wine is available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
Get ready to be spooked during one-hour walking tour starting at the Hackettstown Historical Society Museum.
Do you have what it takes to brave a haunted house, souls of sideshow freaks, and zombie apocalypse?
With over 50 years combined experience performing throughout the area, this is a night you won't want to miss!
Join in on the fun! There will be a Costume Contest and music starting at 8pm. First Place -$200; Second Place – $100; Third Place – $50.
The ultimate celebration of books! Easton, PA hosts a three-day literary festival with events happening on the Warren County side of the Delaware River in Phillipsburg as well, including two workshop with Sandy Roberts, author of “The Big Book of Maker Camp Projects” on Saturday and Sunday, and a Big Nazo Performance and Parade Workshop (pictured) on Sunday.
A fun class where you get to create a magical miniature fairy scene in a woodland basket or upon a piece of driftwood.
Join in the second annual Safer in Warren County Dog Walk! Register at 10:30 for the 11:00 a.m. walk.
The '50s, '60s and '70s music with classic country and more is the style that Janci and Berry bring to Four Sisters Winery.
BHPC's annual fall walking historical tour focuses on the origins of the cemetery and the prominent citizens buried here who helped to establish Blairstown from its earliest beginnings, but some natural, spooky phenomena may occur! Free and open to 60 guests on a first-come, first-served basis, but a second tour will be added at 3pm if more than 60 show up.
Relax to the sounds of the BC Combo. Wood-fired pizza, estate premium wine, and music will be available.
A popular local duo, Stan & Elise return to Brook Hollow to perform a mix of classic '60s tunes, contemporary favorites and jazz standards.
Pack a lunch, bring food to grill, carry a lawn chair or blanket, or grab a table and chair under the pergola to enjoy the Music at Milagro series.
Get dressed up and join in on the fun at the Hackettstown Main Street Halloween Parade & Trick or Treating at the downtown businesses.
Halloween Costume Party w/Johnny's Jukebox with great dinner and drink specials all night!
Kathy's Kove presents a monthly Cultural Fund Raiser Dinner for Ghana 4E, a non-profit organization working with students in Ghana, Africa.
Ronnie Penque of The New Riders of the Purple Sage brings us his new project Panama Dead, a tribute to the music of the classic New Riders of the Purple Sage.
Join us for The Willows Halloween Party. Costumes are welcome and encouraged!!
Join us the last Saturday in October as we celebrate Halloween with Astronomy, and the drawing for our Telescope Giveaway!
Come party with your favorite! There will be drink and shot specials all night if you dress up! The party kicks off at 8pm and your favorite bartenders will be in costume behind the bar!
Come out October 26 for our annual Halloween Party! There will be a costume contest for sexiest, scariest, best costume and best couple costume! $5,000 in cash and prizes!
Join us for a Spook-tacular Sunday Brunch! Our Halloween Brunch will feature our regular weekly Sunday Brunch menu items, some with a spooky twist!
Join Ridge and Valley Conservancy Trustee Joel McGreen for the October "Hike of the Month" through Beech Ridge Preserve. We will meet at trail head at 10:50am for a 11am hike.
Ever wonder what dropping a pumpkin from 75 feet would look like? Here’s your chance, with some help from the Washington Fire Department. Food trucks, a beer garden and fun activities for the kids including a costume parade. Also, celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' Abbey Road album release by recreating the album cover. From 2-4pm, pose in the crosswalk at Belvidere Avenue and Church Street for Cathy Miller Photography, as musical duo Janci & Berry plays nothing but Beatles songs from a nearby front porch. Get a group of 4 and dress like the Beatles, walk your dog, push a stroller, hold your Abby Road album; get creative and have some fun!
We are very excited to be bringing a special wildlife art show to the Brook Hollow Winery on Sunday, October 27 from noon to 5 or so!
Cassidy Rain and her beautiful, soulful voice are sure to wow you, as will the talented guitar playing of Bryan Schroeder performing at Four Sisters Winery.
Relax to the sounds of The Kathy Phillips Trio - unique blend of pop, folk, rock, and jazz. Wood-fired pizza, estate premium wine, and music will be available.
Kate and Paul have covered a diversity of musical genres, from pop and progressive rock to rhythm & blues, country and folk-rock. Enjoy the music and some delicious wine.
Bring your trick-or-treat bags to catch some candy, and put on your best costumes for this beloved Halloween event! This parade is the event of the year that binds two communities to showcase our local bands, entertainers, non-profit organizations, local businesses, and community groups.
The 2019-20 season of Jazz at Rutherfurd launches with the Danny Bacher Quartet, led by this talented singer, saxophonist, consummate performer and fresh face as jazz’s newest bright light. And man, does he swing! Danny is joined by Bill Moring (bass), Alvester Garnett (drums) and Oscar Perez (piano). Save by purchasing tickets for all five jazz concerts in the series in advance.
Every weekend in October features pick-your-own pumpkins and apples; tractor-drawn Hayrides; Corn Maze ($5); wine tasting, Wine Cellar tours; games for everyone; food available for purchase; and live music on the deck.
Want to play a game? A new mystery will be announced each Monday. An item has mysteriously disappeared from a business in Washington Borough!
Join ShopRite of Washington's registered dietitian nutritionist Carly for a FREE 4-week weight management class.
This year's corn maze pays tribute to the Huey helicopter, the workhorse of the Vietnam War. The maze is open 11am-6pm Wednesday to Sunday each week through November 11 (call for a Monday or Tuesday visit). Specials: Every Wednesday is Camo Kids Days, children ages 4-12 wearing camo clothes get into the maze for free. Thursday is Date Night, visit the farm (open to 7pm) where you and your date get $2 off each admission, then head to nearby Rock Creek Tavern for dinner. Show them your wristband and receive 10% off your food bill for two. Friday Nights are Family Night at the Farm, with special family admission prices. Take a break from the hectic pace of school, work, after school activities, and spend time together as a family. Remember, all Veterans/Military are always admitted FREE, with ID.
This year's Corn Maze The Great Pumpkin Train. Come on out and play the game where getting lost is half the fun! You'll ride the train to the beautiful century-old Snyder farm to visit the maze, pan for gems in the Ol' Susquehanna Mine, and use their beautiful picnic grove, then return on any train during the day! Trains run Saturdays and Sundays.
Kris Ensiminger of Humdinger Alpacas will teach a three-week Beginner class on consecutive Wednesday evenings. Learn the basics of knit and crochet and bring a finished project home with you.
Make it a Ladies Night! Make a ceramic clay mug on Oct. 25 and on Nov. 8 you glaze it. Cost: donation. Call or text to reserve your spot: 484-682-3152.
Support a local fire company and shop at a vendor/craft show. There will be food, lots of vendors, 50/50 and a tricky tray.
All are welcome to our annual Apple Fest which includes a pig roast. Cost is $10 per adult / $8 for children / 3 and under free.
Romance, farce, and a loving portrait of Elizabethan domestic life blend in this irresistible comic confection, as the objects of Falstaff's affection, two clever Windsor wives, team up to outsmart and outmaneuver one of Shakespeare’s most beloved bad boys.
It's good to find yourself. In this weekend course, put your map and compass skills to work and build confidence as you experience real-life off trail navigation and triangulation situations in indoor and outdoor exercises. Learn to deal with obstacles, interpret terrain, and estimate distances. Registration required.
Dead On Live returns to Roy’s Hall for a Halloween season Grateful Dead show, with a multimedia historical overview of the Dead’s rich and stylistically diverse 30-year career. From the earliest jugband beginnings, through the acid-drenched '60s, Americana roots, jam-based Jazz explorations to their '80s brush with the Top 10, Dead On Live will faithfully recreate the classic album cuts and infamous live versions that defined the Grateful Dead.
Rutherfurd Hall's Bus Tour of Historical Allamuchy takes you to local sites tied to the historic mansion. Take a ride while the tour guide takes you back in history to the time when the Rutherfurd family stayed in Allamuchy for summer vacations.
Join Tri-County Volunteer Fire Co. Auxiliary and Fire Co. for a great selection of crafters, vendors, tricky tray, raffles, and food.
Waking from hibernation in the Spring, Frog and Toad plant gardens, swim, rake leaves, go sledding and learn life lessons along the way. The two best friends celebrate and rejoice in the differences that make them unique and special. Part vaudeville, part make believe, and all charm, A Year with Frog and Toad tells the story of a friendship that endures throughout the seasons.
The evening features the American Masterwork Rodeo, by Agnes de Mille with score by Aaron Copeland, Margo Sappington's haunting pas de deux Waterfront, and Matthew Rushing's tribute to Count Basie,
Enhance your sleep, uplift your mood and brighten your dreams with a Herbal Dream Pillow!
A lively re-telling of the well-known fairy tale about a brother and sister who wander into a forest where they are captured by a witch in a fantastic gingerbread house.
Victor Fiore is a highly respected area guitar instructor known for nurturing some of the brightest talent in the NW NJ region.