Calling all young chefs-in-training! Sign up for a hands-on, delicious and healthy workshop hosted by your in-store dietitian Carly.
Learn the rules of the road! Join 4 TRACK Bike - Hike - Hobby and TransOptions as we build your knowledge and confidence in vehicular cycling.
Celebrate Oktoberfest in Hackettstown all weekend long! Czig Meister Brewing Co., Homebrew University, Man Skirt Brewing and Bea McNally's Irish Pub and Eatery will host activities, contests, music, drinks and food at their Platz through regular operating hours. This is a family friendly event; there are plenty of non-alcohol related activities, including a costume contest for the kids.
Performing as a solo artist, with her bands, and sitting in with various artists throughout the NJ and NY music scene, she plays acoustic guitar, mandolin, a little bass, and loves singing harmonies.
A benefit concert for the group "Friends of Mansfield's Past" supporting restoration of the historic Mt. Bethel Church, the concert features Stephen A. Love and his five-piece band singing classic songs and telling real stories about his friends such as George Harrison, Ricky Nelson, Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, John Mayall, Joe Cocker and many others. Also, special guests Dana Gaynor, Scott Ward, Guy Verrastro and Dan DeChellis.
A profound songwriter, Chris Smither draws deeply from the blues, American folk music, modern poets, and philosophers. Reviewers continue to praise his dazzling guitar work, gravelly voice and songwriting.
It's that time of year again! Fall farm fun for all ages. Get lost in a corn maze or visit to look for the perfect pumpkin. Take a hayride, pick apples or browse the farm market for fresh produce, baked goods and more.
Ride the Centerville and Southwestern Miniature Railroad and visit the museum as you learn about local railroad history. Free admission.
Bring the whole family for fall fun activities at Donaldson Farms including pumpkin and apple picking, hayrides, pony rides, 9-acre corn maze, corn cannon, freshly-prepared foods, cider donuts, apple cider, fresh produce, pies and baked goods.
Have some family fun in the country with a pumpkin patch, music, hay rides, food, vendors, and a tractor parade! Special events include a Tack Sale; a Plant Swap; workshops including Hay Bale Gardening, Beginning Backyard Beekeeping, a Rabbit Showmanship Clinic, and ones on raising poultry, sheep and goats; a Seeing Eye puppies demonstration, and the 10am Tractorcade.
Bring your family for some fall fun including hay rides, a corn maze, apple and pumpkin picking, food, music and some craft and vendor shopping.
Join in on the celebration! There will be great food for purchase, made exclusively with ingredients from the CSG, music and dancing, children’s activities, fire hoopers, bonfire, and a tricky tray/silent auction.
When riding the Great Pumpkin Train, every child gets to pick his or her own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Trips leave 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3:30pm. Also visit the Ol' Susquehanna Mine and or Corn Maze (additional fee required), and free use of the picnic grove.
Let's kick of the fall season listening to live music while relaxing with a glass of wine in the great outdoors with friends. Admission is $10 (carload) with free parking.
Looking for fresh ideas for your fall pumpkins? These botanical beauties have become our favorite craft of the season.
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.
Relax to the sounds of The Hazelrigg Brothers. Admission is $15 per person which includes wine tasting or your choice of 1 glass of wine.
A popular local duo, Stan & Elise return to Brook Hollow to perform a mix of classic “60s” tunes, contemporary favorites and jazz standards.
Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, visit the nursery of the Darling children late one night and, with a sprinkle of pixie dust, begin a magical journey across the stars that none of them will ever forget. In the adventure of a lifetime, the travelers come face to face with a ticking crocodile, a fierce Indian tribe, a band of bungling pirates and, of course, the villainous Captain Hook.
Jersey Sound is one of the Tri State Area's premier oldies band, known for its versatility and talented members.
“Iris DeMent makes music that celebrates humanity’s efforts toward salvation, while acknowledging that most of our time on Earth is spent reconciling with the fact that we don’t feel so redeemed. Grounded in hymns, early country songs, gospel and folk, DeMent’s work is treasured by those who know it for its insight and unabashed beauty.” ~ NPR
Visit Brook Hollow Winery for their first ever music filled Sunday Funday!
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)
Support RVC's efforts to preserve natural lands in our area by celebrating Oktoberfest!
Relax to the sounds of Jeff Bellfy & Co. - wide variety of music blending songs from the '70s through today's hits.
Audiences will take a musical tour through sunny Italy, brought to life by a string ensemble from the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra!
It's another fun night with DJ Nappz!
A free astronomy talk followed by night sky viewing (weather permitting). Bring your interest and an open mind to be amazed at the sights in our night sky!
Relax and unwind with some tapas, delicious drinks and some smooth sounds.
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.
Every Sunday, enjoy delicious breakfast and lunch menu selections served up buffet-style. Get family and friends together for a new Sunday tradition.
Every Sunday, stop on by for some live music and a delicious brunch!
There is a therapeutic yoga class designed for you and your families to learn through experience, the benefits of a regular yoga practice including peace of mind, improved physical health and overall well-being.
When cleaning out your closets, please consider donating items like gently used fall clothing, Halloween Costumes for children, small household items, accessories, decorative items, linens, new toys, books, seasonal items, CDs and DVD tapes.
Want a day of golf and beer? Then, this is the event for you! ID is required to attend.
Turn a vase into a lovely, lasting masterpiece using a colorful array of dried flowers grown here at Well-Sweep Herb Farm, as Louise guides you through this fun fall project.
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.
It's Stomping Time! A bit of nostalgia, a tasting of wine, something to do with friends for a special time!
Enjoy culinary creations from Osteria Morini, award-winning wines from Alba Vineyard, and live music under the arbor.
Run a half marathon or the 6.66-mile Devils Run in the 8th Annual Shades Of Death Race, routed in part along the mysterious but scenic Shades of Death Road. Then enjoy the post event party with a DJ, refreshments, awards, prize drawings, and more.
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, a smokehouse demonstration with Myron Baley's famous bacon, woodworking exhibitions, and more. Humpty Junior's will be offering tasty, seasonal refreshments. At 2pm railroad historian Chuck Walsh will give a presentation on “The Lackawanna Cut-Off and Railroads of Knowlton.”