Every night of Sukkot, enjoy a session of "Laughter Yoga" followed by dinner in the Sukkah at Sundown at Perfect Christmas Tree Farm. Everyone is invited for this vegetarian meal, and the holiday is social, not religious.
Enjoy drink and food specials at Rock Creek Tavern while we build this awesome Sand Art Succulent Terrarium! $55 per person.
Come by, listen to some music, have a drink and eat some great food!
In Moliere's play from 1672, adapted by Freyda Thomas, Philamente and her daughter Armande are rabid supporters of the new intellectual movement among women. In her overzealousness, Philamente plays marriage matchmaker for her sweet younger daughter Henrietta. Add to this a meek husband, a loony if lovable sister, a practical sister-in-law and a couple of mouthy servants and you have the makings of a sprightly theatre event!
Come enjoy some free, live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Held the first Friday of every month. They have everything you need to perform. You just need to bring your inner rock star and your talent.
Over the course of 25 years and ten albums, the Subdudes have quietly become one of America’s national music treasures. The New Orleans-formed group is a living encapsulation of American music, a vibrant cauldron of sounds that stirs together meaty grooves and jazzy dynamics, soulful R&B swagger, easy vocal harmonies, cheeky rock ‘n’ roll attitude and folky social consciousness — not to mention some of the sharpest musicianship and ensemble playing you’ll ever hear from any five musicians.
Come by, listen to The Riot Club, have a drink and eat some great food!
The Phillipsburg Railroad Historians will have its annual Autumn Open House. The Centerville and Southwestern Miniature Railroad will be operating and their museum and car shop will be open for your perusal. Admission is free. You may also wish to check out the gift shop while in the museum.
The Longmeadow Farm 5th Annual Harvest Festival will have apple, pumpkin and raspberry picking all day with hayrides through Spook Hollow and their corn maze, The Labyrinth!
"Produce Pete" Napolitano of NBC 4 Weekend Today in New York is a produce expert, TV personality, author and highly regarding supporter of local agriculture and small/family businesses. Pete will be signing copies of his book, 'Farmacopeia' - which is available for purchase.
Don't miss out on a fun afternoon of live music, prizes, and delicious food! Wine by the glass and bottle will be available for purchase throughout the day at retail value!
Learn how to make all-natural, homemade soap. Various methods and ingredients will be covered.
Enjoy some jazz music. Admission is $15 per person. Wood-fired pizza and other culinary treats are available for purchase from Osteria Morini/Nicoletta Pizzeria.
Join the celebration and benefit the Community Supported Garden at Genesis Farm. Ticket price is $75 for a hearty dinner, dessert, and some special surprises.
As hard as it is to categorize Jewell’s music—terms like alt-country, roots-rock, country-noir, and Americana get used a lot—it’s even harder not to become thoroughly enraptured by the singer/songwriter’s powerful versatility, musical stories, and images. And that gorgeous voice makes you feel like she’s singing just for you, out on the breezy back porch or by a crackling campfire.
Phido is a rock band out of Hunterdon County, NJ with a unique mix of both original music and classic-rock covers influenced by many great artists.
“Truth & Soul” was founded in 1996 and twenty years later, all the original members remain and continue to perform together.
Come out to the orchard and take your pick on a day filed with food, games for the kids and the colors of Fall! Don’t forget hamburgers, hot dogs and hot apple crisp for dessert!
Join them for an exciting fun filled day featuring cars, trucks, motorcycles, DJ, kid fun activities, vendors and much more!
Spend an afternoon visiting the Jim and Mary Lee Museum at Plane 9 West in the Port Warren Heritage Area, Stewartsville - it's the final Sunday before that site closes for the season - and the Warren County History Museum at Morris Canal Bread Lock Park in New Village, too. These two museums, both located at sites on the route of the old Morris Canal, are open and staffed by volunteers today, 1-4pm. Learn how the canal boats moved up and down the hills of northern New Jersey as they traversed the state from from Port Delaware – AKA Phillipsburg – to Jersey City. Walk the towpath trail, and learn about other aspects of Warren County's rich history.
Come by and listen to Jeff Bellfy and Company while enjoying some wine under their new arbor.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
It's picnic time at Villa Milagro, and it's BYOF - bring your own food.
Rutherfurd Hall was to kick off its 2017-18 Jazz series with legendary guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli but due to Bucky's sudden illness he will be unable to perform. The event will continue, however, with the following outstanding musicians: Ed Laub, a master of the 7-string guitar; Bucky's son Martin Pizzarelli on bass; Aaron Weinstein on violin; Tomoko Ohno on piano and Nick Scheuble on percussion. Tickets: $25 in advance or $30 at the door.
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.
Wine down your week on the deck at Four Sisters Winery. Other menu items available.
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.
Every weekend in October will be Family Harvest Weekend. They will have live music, their vino cafe menu, wine tasting, hayrides, corn maze, pumpkin/apple picking and fun for the whole family.
Enjoy a day of fall fun at Donaldson's every weekend (weather permitting) through October. Highlights include pick-your-own pumpkins, apples, and Indian corn; a corn maze; corn cannon; pony rides (12-4pm); duck races; delicious food; vendors; and more!
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.
Now in its 10th season and accepting SNAP! The Market runs every Saturday 10am-2pm and features a variety of local farmers with truly local food - all sourced within a 25 mile radius - plus artisans, speakers, workshops, musicians and children’s activities.
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.
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is This week's program is: "What's up in the October Sky?" with Lonny Buinis, RVCC. The astronomy presentation begins at 8pm in the lecture hall regardless of the weather, and is followed by stargazing on the observatory's telescopes until 10:30pm, weather permitting, in Jenny Jump State Forest.
A limited amount of kayaks are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for the public to enjoy. Life vests and paddles are included.
Group Reservations available with a one week minimum notice. Please contact our Preserve Manager at 973-937-8748.
Please join for a night honoring victims of interpersonal violence and looking forward to a community of peace and respect.
Rutherfurd Hall Introduces a Meditation Class with Jean Marie DuHamel, MA, of Fostering the Journey, which will include a brief lesson, silent meditation, and Q&A session.
Fun day event for all ages. Entertainment and activities like Colonial Musketeers Junior Ancient Fife and Drum Corps, B-Sides Band, and live braodcast by WRNJ 92.7FM, 104.7FM and 1510AM.
Roast Beef Dinner held at Belvidere Manor. Advanced Sales ONLY!! No tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets available at the Belvidere Food Mart or by calling 908-763-9307.
Fun day for all ages, with entertainment and activities broadcast live by WRNJ. Community Day is geared toward public awareness of the various non-profit agencies, Iocal businesses, clubs and organizations. Interactive displays, food and giveaways will be provided by local businesses, and everything at Community Day is free to the public.
Attention all brides: Planning a wedding? Come check out the Almond Tree Manor and all of their vendors!
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!
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.
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.
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 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.
Sorry, SOLD OUT! Think you've got what it takes to compete? If so, here's what you need to know. A teams of 4 is required and no phones can be used to find answers.
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.
Support the Class of 2019 by walking or running at the Neon Color Fun Run!
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.”
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.