You may have heard the saying - "Children should be seen and not heard." What happens when they can't be seen? They get into the maze for free!
Fun on the Farm with Sunflowers! Join professional artist and instructor, Gina of Art Decanted, and the Donaldson Farms staff for a fun, creative and educational evening of everything sunflowers!
Need to do some stretching? Yoga teacher Kate McGuinness leads gentle stretching exercises and meditation at White Lake.
Welcome in the fall season with a handmade Autumn Planter. Choose from fall mums, millet, coleus, ornamental peppers, pansies, celosia and many other seasonal annuals.
Celebrate the new FRIDAY THE 13TH MUSEUM! The Official Ribbon Slashing Ceremony is 11am, with doors opening soon afterward. Tickets are required for special events throughout the day that mark the Northern Warren's area as as the setting of the original Friday the 13th film, including a Meet & Greet with Ari Lehman, the original Jason.
The Blairstown Museum proudly presents the premiere of Friday the 13th: Vengeance at Roy's Hall! Choose from two show times, plus every ticket holder will also experience a Meet & Greet with C.J. Graham, Jason Brooks, and Brandon "Buggzy" Wilson - complete with autographs, photo opportunity, and artifacts from the movie on display.
Annual fall open green house at Wild Ridge Plants. A great selection of native wildflowers, trees, and shrubs will be available.
In 1979 filmmaker Sean S. Cunningham chose the area in and around scenic Blairstown as the location to film his low budget horror flick. When the movie debuted on May 9, 1980 it started a genre of filmmaking that has remained popular ever since. Celebrate this cult classic with screenings at Roy's Hall, which makes a cameo appearence in the movie.
Unwind from the week and relax under the arbor enjoying great wine, food, and music.
Enjoy listening to Kyle Baker. Wine is available for purchase by the glass or bottle.
The Bobby Clark Band will be performing live on the patio.
A jazz pianist, composer, and a highly skilled and versatile artist, David Leonhardt's professional experience includes TV, radio, concerts, festivals, night clubs & stage shows. Meanwhile, Nancy Reed is a consummate professional, performing worldwide as a singer and bassist.
The Brian Molnar Band featuring Harry and Bob Noble will play their mixture of folk, classic rock and original tunes. The Noble brothers, natives of Vienna, NJ, play St. Luke’s nearly every year either as a family or with other musicians and Molnar has played the church with them in the past.
Come on out for a pre-festival kickoff party with The Dirty Blondes. Start the Festival weekend with a super great time!
Come join us for some cool, relaxed, unpredictable music. Food and drink specials will be offered as well.
Wilderness survival skills can be relevant to anyone visiting New Jersey’s local parks and preserves. Campers will get useful suburban survival information like the common plant that treats a bee sting or how to keep calm when you think you’re lost.
Join us for a seed saving workshop where you will spend the time collecting seed from the field for use in the 2020 season, processing kale seed, and tomato seed to name a few.
Do you need some time to relax? Yoga teacher Kate McGuinness leads a 30-minute meditation walk through the forest and learn the basics of walking meditation. Free to all.
Millbrook Village comes alive with the sights, sounds and smells of country life in an earlier time, as costumed volunteers and park staff demonstrate 19th century trades, crafts, and home and garden chores. The festival also features old-time children’s games and live, traditional music. Food for purchase will not be available this year, but there will be plenty of spots to enjoy a picnic lunch that your bring. Free parking and shuttle service are available.
As the growing season winds down, nature saves some of her most beautiful wildflowers for last, Monarchs and many birds are departing for points south, and other butterflies and insects are still busy living their brief, colorful lives to the full. Join RVC Trustee Sharon Wander and her husband, Wade, to see all the nature that’s still happening at White Lake.
By gaining an understanding of the reproductive cycle we are able to nourish and support ourselves through both the reproductive and peri-menopausal years.
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Warren County hosts an Agripalooza/Tractorcade at the historic Farmstead. Celebrate local agriculture with a Tractor Parade (starting 9am), tack sale, workshops and demonstrations, live animals, agricultural displays, live music and The Angry Chouriço BBQ food truck on site. Free admission!
As part of the excitement surrounding Hope's 250th Anniversary celebration, Hope Junctions Antiques offers a weekend clock clinic with resident clock expert, Stan Hands.
Northwest Jersey's largest street and music festival is back in Downtown Washington, with live music, vendors, kids fun area, food, beer garden, and more! Featuring national headliners Slambovian Circus of Dreams (pictured) and Yarn, and annual favorites JerZgirls and Southbound. Some of the other great acts include Trevor B. Power Band, The Emulators, The Bassboards, and Bulldog Mack Band. Festival in the Borough is free to attend and includes plenty of free parking. This event takes place rain or shine.
Join Kerry Adams, a practicing herbalist for 45 years, as she covers techniques for using botanical water therapies to prevent and treat illness at home.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Bob Lanza is one you don't want to miss. Wood-fired pizza, estate premium wine, and music will be available.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
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.
Join us for a moonlight paddle under the Harvest Moon on the placid waters of White Lake. The park will remain open during these hours for other park activities.
One of the nearly forgotten heroes of the northeastern folk rock scene, once so prevalent in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, Jon Pousette-Dart mined the same musical environs as America, Poco, Crosby Stills & Nash, Orleans and other college campus favorites of that once gilded era. Jon Pousette-Dart possesses a gilded tenor and a smooth hand on the guitar. Get tickets now!
7 North, a Lehigh Valley band covering classic rock hits of the '60s through today, returns to Rock Creek.
Come on out to the Draught House and see The Amish Outlaws! Tickets are on sale for $15. Call 908-223-1226 or stop on by.
Join us after the festival for Duo-Nova, Supernova's acoustic duo! They go on at 10pm, right after the last band finishes outside. They're always a great show!
Artists, Crafters, Vendors, Delicious Food, Kids' Rides, Games, Live Bands, DJ, Dance and Martial Arts Performances & much more for the Entire Family! Free admission, too!
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on the deck at Four Sisters Winery with fine wine and Genevieve, an acoustic soul, pop country, folk and blues singer/songwriter.
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.
Enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Join Patrick of Well-Sweep Herb Farm for a delicious afternoon tea. Enjoy samples of his favorite fresh-cut herbal teas, from common to unusual, as he lectures on their health benefits and lore.
What a great way to spend the last of the summer Sundays. Stop in as you’re wandering around in your car or on you motorcycle.
The murders continue at Four Sisters Winery! An unraveling plot, a victim, a murderer, and a cast of characters -including detectives - are selected and the mayhem begins.
The Farmers’ Market offers quality fruits and vegetables as well as specialty items with special events throughout the season. The weekly farmers’ market takes place every Saturday through the end of October, from 10am-2pm.
Join certified Yoga Teacher Kate McGuiness for a one hour, all levels Hatha Yoga class. All levels of experience are welcome. Wear comfortable clothing, bring water and a yoga mat.
Warren County's semiannual Paper Shredding event is a free service to Warren County residents (not for businesses, and proof of residency required). Bring your confidential/sensitive paper materials; any document that contains personal exclusive information. Please limit the quantity to 4 bags or boxes weighing no more than 20 lbs. each. Staff will be available to unload documents.
Warren County's memorial is a place to remember those who were lost in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 - including four county residents - and to the police, fire fighters and emergency services responders who have died in the line of duty throughout Warren County's history. Located on the access road to Warren County Community College off Route 57 in Franklin Township, the memorial is open to the public year-round.
Enjoy a night of Sip & Paint! Register at johnnebioloart.com. There will be 1/2 price appetizers, $3 Domestic Bottles and $5 glass of house wine.
Calling aspiring artists and wine lovers! Let's get cozy and creative while we paint.
The veterans of The American Legion, Carl D. Archer Post 528 of White Township will be holding a Recognition Day ceremony at the established permanent POW/MIA memorial, located at the Oscar Unangst Memorial Fields. A brief ceremony will be held honoring three Korean War veterans whose remains have been returned, as well as recognizing a local POW, the history of the POW/MIA flag, POW/MIA empty chair and the Missing Man table and Honors ceremony.
Listen to The Coyotes as they play an assortment of country, rock, blues, folk and jazz covers and originals. This event is outside, so please plan to bring your own chair.
Celebrate Hope! Hope Township is an amazing place, with incredible people and a long history. Help celebrate that history with a weekend of festivities, including a parade, walking tours and picnic on Saturday; and ceremonies and demonstrations on Sunday.
Join the Friends of the Warren County Library Northeast Branch for a shopping experience held at the Independence Township Fire Department. Money raised from this event will support future library programs.
Learn how to make all-natural, homemade soap. Various methods and ingredients will be covered.
Relax and listen to traditional Italian music by Lou Pompilio and dance the tarantella. Wine by the glass or bottle will be available for purchase. Admission includes tours, lessons, stomping, wine tasting, appetizers and a monogrammed gift glass for you to keep.
This dinner has been postponed until September 28. Experience a delicious farm-fresh dinner and views of growing fruit in the rolling Warren County hills that is home to TreeLicious Orchards.
Help support Ridge & Valley Conservancy's important endeavors to preserve local lands by enjoying an evening of local craft brews, live blues and BBQ!
The 2019-20 season kicks off with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Darlene Love, the voice that helped launch a hundred hits, headlining CSC’s annual, celebratory “Curtain Up!” gala. She's known for chart-topping hits like "He’s a Rebel", "(Today I Met) the Boy I’m Gonna Marry", "He’s Sure the Boy I Love" and "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)". Limited seats left, so don't delay, book online!
Need to meditate or do some yoga? Bring a friend, a mat and relax.
Join Joan Salvas, Rutherfurd Hall Historian who will deliver a lecture "The Rutherfurds of Allamuchy" while you enjoy a dinner buffet, dessert and coffee.