Live music at the Veterans Rally Point at Lopatcong Park, weather permitting. Bring your lawn chair, blankets and friends!
Wine down your week at CAFÉ VINO on the deck at Four Sisters Winery.
Third annual two-day Fall Open GreenHouse in Pohatcong, with discounts on chemical-free native plants both days. Free program "How to Identify Wild Plants" presented at 10am on Saturday.
It’s back to school for you too when you learn to paint a masterpiece with Patty from the Artsy Palette. $40 includes an 11 x 14 canvas, instruction, sampling of wine and a souvenir wine glass to keep.
Listen to Stan & Elise, have some wine and eat some delicious food. This week's $5 meal: sausage, pepper and onions with sliced bread furnished by September's featured local caterer, Dalton's Columbia Inn.
Live music by AJ Croix, who mixes Rock 'n' Roll with Outlaw Country and American Roots, to write songs that speak of rebellion, salvation and the optimism that could only come from one’s true-life experiences.
“The greatest male jazz vocalist to come along in 20 years.” - Chuck Mitchell, President, Sony Classics.
Award-winning jazz vocalist James Tormé (son of the great Mel Tormé) brings a brilliant reinvention of the smoky vocal jazz of the early sixties to Ruhterfurd Hall along with "Johnny Chops" Colianni on piano.
Members of The Weight were either actual members in The Band, or are directly and deeply connected to their legacy. Performing songs of The Band, The Weight Band is keeping the spirit and the music alive that helped define an era. $35/person, general admission, advance sale.
A mix of classic rock, southern rock, country, pop, and everything in between. If you're up for a night of dancing, you've found your band!
This central NJ cover band plays high energy danceable rock 'n' roll music from the '70s, '80s and '90s.
We will spend the time collecting seed from the field, processing kale seed, tomato seed, onion seeds, flowers, garlic, to name a few. There will be plenty of time for discussion.
The PVTC, a Friends Organization of the Kittatinny Valley State Park, will host a 4-5 mile hike along the Paulinskill Valley Trail. The cinder-based trail provides easy, level walking.
Come to Millbrook Village for a trip back in time! It's a fall festival spotlighting the lifestyles and activities common in all rural communities of the late 19th century. Tour the village, learn, laugh, and even try your hand at pressing fresh apple cider. From demonstrations of 19th century crafts, to old time folk music, make the trip back to yesteryear at this historic village in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
Wilbur's has been hosting craft fairs for 36 years! The fair features forty-or-so craftspeople and artists from four states, held in charming country setting. Crafts include, jewelry, pottery, quilting, folk art, dolls. Decorative signs and country wood items, silk and dried flower arrangements, stained glass creations, pillows, toys, children’s clothes, bird houses and much, much, more.
Outdoor wine tastings and wine bar under our new arbor, as Bev Conklin and company bring their wealth of experience and passion to Blues, Jazz, Swing, Folk, R&B, Soul and more.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Jonathan Savage, whose songwriting is comprised of heartfelt experiences and emotions, performs acoustic folk rock and American traditional rock at Four Sisters Winery. Jonathan is at his happiest playing hits of the 60's and telling stories along the way.
Last one of the season! Make your reservation for thespecial clambake menu, and jam with Supernova at the outdoor Patio Bar starting at 8pm.
It's not a typical who done it! It's the guests in the audience that create a witty, weaving story line, enjoy a delicious dinner, and have some Four Sisters wine.
There has been a murder at the winery, and everyone is a suspect, including you! Mystery begins at 7pm, with dinner around 8pm. Warning: expect adult humor and innuendo.
It's $5 per player as teams of 2 to 6 people compete for the prize: the winning team takes the pot (no house split). The lunch menu will be available and they are BYOB friendly.
Playing classic rock from the '60s to the '90s, Southern rock, and they've been know to roll out some Willie, Hank Jr., Brooks and Dunn, or Waylon.
SORRY, SOLD OUT! Centenary Stage Company raises the curtain on the 2017-18 Season with Tapestry: The Carole King Songbook, North America's premier musical tribute to Carole King. Suzanne O. Davis recreates the sound and vibe of a 1970s Carole King concert experience following her legendary album, Tapestry.
The '50s, '60s and '70s music with classic country and more is the style that JANCI and BERRY bring to Four Sisters Winery.
Outdoor wine tastings and wine bar under our new arbor. The band's sound comes from their love of American Roots music from the Gulf Coast: Blues, Rock, Country, Zydeco and R&B grooves are guaranteed to make hands clap and feet stomp.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines!
Live music by Grove Kemble and Bob Marks! Hang out, eat some food and have a drink!
Each Saturday, featuring a dozen farmers and artisans! Special activities will also include live music, face painting, and more. Rain or Shine.
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.
The United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey weekly free public program is This week's program is: "Galilean Moons" presented by Emily Mailhot, NWJAA. 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.
Formerly known as the Belvidere Farmers' Market, the Warren County Farmers' Market provides a venue where local farmers, producers, and artisans come together to provide a variety of fresh produce and related products directly to the consumer. Open every Sunday.
This Warren County Arts group meeting will feature Elaine Kurie, professional artist, demonstrating her Contemporary Realism style of painting. Refreshments will be served. The public is welcome and encouraged to bring paper, a sketchpad, or materials of choice with which to draw/sketch. There will be a $3 fee for non-members wishing to participate.
The 21st Annual two-day yard sale includes Blairstown and the surrounding area.
The Arc/Warren County is holding their second bi-annual vendor fair!! Our last one (in February) was a huge success! We had a huge turn out of shoppers as well as THREE floors of vendors!
Come join us for a night full of creativity & inspiration! This month our art will be filled with beauty and enchantment!
Attention Aspiring Artists and Wine Lovers-Join us for a night of creativity and inspiration! Bring a bottle of wine and paint a one of a kind masterpiece.
Gilbert Gottfried is hilarious! Tickets are $35. Comedy Show starts at 9pm, Doors open at 7pm. $25 Food/Drink Minimum. Call for reservations at 908-854-5300.
Honor your body, mind and spirit during a special weekend that includes Reflexology and Indian Head Massage in this beautiful and fragrant setting.
A cycling and culinary journey like no other! This is about supporting our NJ farmers and their farms. If you love great food, fresh air, and beautiful countryside; this event is for you. The day begins in Blairstown with a farm-fresh locally sourced breakfast to help power you through the ride. Three lengths available: Weekend Warrior (18.6 miles), Not-So-Extreme (40.9 miles), and Extreme Tour (63.2 miles). Reserve online by Sept. 22 for discounted price!
Warren County's semiannual Paper Shredding event is a free service to Warren County residents (not for businesses).
Enjoy a day of fall fun! Weekend highlights include pick-your-own pumpkins, apples, and Indian corn; corn maze; corn cannon; pony rides (12-4pm); duck races; delicious food; vendors and more!
Two separate workshops will be held this day; reservations required for each.
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! (Visit your Warren County Wanderings team at the Explore Warren booth - we'll be in front of Gibson's Gym!)
Bring lawn chairs or a blanket and enjoy an afternoon of live music from The BC Combo, as you sample wine, craft beer, and spirits produced in the Garden State. Gourmet food for purchase, and specialty food vendors who pride themselves on using the freshest from-the-farm ingredients. Discount tickets available online until Sept. 22.
Create a warm fall mood and an inviting seasonal welcome for your porch, patio or entry. We will discuss using plants perfectly suited to accent your autumn containers.
The Mammals were known for their rabble-rousing musical statements that sometimes caused a stir with politically divided audiences from Louisiana to Michigan. This time around, their goals remain two-fold: raise positive social awareness & have a good party with their own brand of American song and story telling!
This popular and elegant festival benefits area families in need through NORWESCAP and The Arc of Warren County. Sip New Jersey wine or craft beer and enjoy local food and live music on the lawn at Rutherfurd Hall. (Photo by Cathy Miller Photography)
Join the Gambino Family as they celebrate the Feast of San Gennaro, patron saint of Italian immigrants. Why drive to Mulberry Street when you can enjoy Italian music and food, learn to speak Italian, stomp grapes and more, right here in the Garden State!
The renowned Ensemble Chaconne enthralls audiences with dramatic period-instrument performances of music from the Renaissance.
Enjoy some coffee and dessert in their rustic tavern with Lorraine Moore, as she connects with your loved ones "on the other side." $40 per person. Call today to make your reservation!