Starting April 4, 2018 | Explore Warren


Coming Up: 

Centenary Stage Co. presents Hitler’s Tasters

Reserve your tickets now for this world premiere show! Inspired by the true story. Three times a day, every day, a group of young women have the opportunity to die for their country. They are Adolph Hitler's food tasters. As they wait to see if they will live through another meal -like all girls throughout time - they gossip and dream, they question and dance. They want to love, laugh, and above all, they want to survive. A special VIP Reception takes place before the Saturday, April 7 performance, limited to just 50 people. Consider purchasing a ticket for the reception when ordering your April 7 show ticket!

JerZgirls Live at Rock Creek Tavern

Come to Rock Creek and hang out with JerZgirls! Local duo JerZgirls will be rocking with a wide range of songs from '60s through today, all types of music and bands. 

Guided Tours of Shippen Manor

Tour this Georgian-style manor, constructed in the mid-1700s of local stone with two-foot-thick stone walls and three immense chimneys, and learn about Warren County's early iron industry and the people who ran it and worked it.

Olive with a Twist at Villa Milagro

Villa Milagro is thrilled to partner with, Olive with a Twist in Frenchtown, for a tasting of exceptional olive oils, balsamic vineyards,cheeses and other items from their gourmet curated food collection.

Sugar Mountain – Tribute to Neil Young

Sugar Mountain brings together an ensemble of veteran musicians who faithfully replicate the songs of one of our era’s most prolific and beloved singer/songwriters, Neil Young.

Lite Jazz at Cafe Baci

Relax and unwind with some tapas, delicious drinks and some smooth sounds, featuring Live Jazz Saturdays 9:30-11:30pm.

Gloria Tramontin Book Signing

Come see Gloria Tramontin, member of AMA's Motorcycle Museum's Hall of Fame, who is 92 years old and still rides! Purchase her book and get it autographed.

Warren County History Museums Open

Spend an afternoon visiting the Jim and Mary Lee Museum at Plane 9 West in the Port Warren Heritage Area, Stewartsville, 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.

Learn to Read Tea Leaves

The art of reading tea leaves or tasseography is a divination method that interprets patterns in tea leaves, coffee grounds or wine sediments.


Open Mic at Asbury Coffee Mill

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.

Community Corner: 

Dine at Panera to Support Phillipsburg Free Public Library

Seeking a casual atmpshere to enjoy soup/salad/sandwich or maybe just coffee and the use of the web? Well, you can do all of those things and contribute to a good cause at the same time! Friends of the Phillipsburg Free Public Library is hosting a fundraiser at Panera Bread. Present this flyer upon ordering, and Panera will donate a portion of the proceeds from each check to the Friends. If ordering online use Promo Code: FUND.

Baker Wars at the Warren County Library

Teens, ages 13-18, come to the Warren County Libiray in Belvidere and tap into your creative side during this cookie and cupcake decorating program. The most creative designs will win a prize!

Plan Ahead: 

Women Playwrights Series: Turning by Darrah Cloud

Centenary Stage Company kicks off this year's Women Playwrights Series with a staged reading of Darrah Cloud's play inspired by the stories of the first US Women's Gymnastics Team and their journey to the controversial 1936 Berlin Olympics. Seating is limited so please reserve, and a $5 donation per ticket is requested. Initiated in 1992, the WPS is dedicated to providing a working forum for the unique voice of women writing for theatre today, and has helped to develop the work of over 60 playwrights from around the country, producing more than 14 world premieres on the CSC mainstage. Staged readings are followed by a lively discussion with the playwrights and casts. Other WPS events are Havana Orthodoxy by Vita Patrick Morales on April 18 and Another Revolution by Jacqueline Bircher on April 25.


Sip 'n' Soup at Villa Milagro

Spring took its time to get here and its still a bit nippy out. Take the chill off with a sip of delicious Villa Milagro wines paired with a samples of two savory soups.

Astronomy Day

A fun day with cool activities, great presentations, and amazing people. Come spend the day with the United Astronomy Clubs of New Jersey at their facility in Jenny Jump State Park.