For kids ages 8 and up (under 8 with a parent/guardian). Bring a clear pickle jar (or the like) to transform into an artistic masterpiece with paint and lights (included). $20/person.
Join Elarah Parties at Czig Meister Brewery for a "Paint and a Pint" Party. $40 includes your first pint of delicious hand-crafted beer plus your take home paint experience!
Be guided to a place of Deep listening and embodied awareness by a master yoga teacher.
Enjoy the jazz and blues cabaret tunes and distinctive voice of guitarist Rich Jenkins, with influences ranging from Fats Waller to George Benson!
Live music at the historic inn, a restored 1769 stone gristmill, features Michael Long performing soft rock favorites.
Country / Rock / Alternative music.
Ten Foot Tall kicks off a Mardi Gras Weekend bash at Rock Creek!
A whimsical day with fancy masks, colorful beads, King Cake and delightful treats. Warren Hills White will be the highlight; a semi-sweet light white with elegant flavors and a silky texture serves well as a celebration wine.
As we approach Fat Tuesday, our "N'awlins" friends are stuffing themselves with Southern goodies. Come on out this weekend to sample some popular appetizers from Kajun Kathy's Kafe as we prepare for Lent.
Stomp to the music and feel the sensation between your toes. Formal wine tasting, delicious spaghetti and meatballs dinner with tossed salad and homemade breads, wine cellar tour and ending with a dessert wine tasting. Includes wine glass to take home. $35/person plus tax and 10% gratuity. Reservations required. Book early as this event will sell out every time. Call 908-475-3671.
A seven-course venison feast to benefit MLFC Truck Fund, $35/person. Call 475-4400. Seating is at 5:30; dinner at 6:00 in the Lake View Room.
Three of the top comics from New York City and Philadelphia will bring their hilarious "schticks" to Warren County on Feb. 25. Rob Falcone, Joey Callahan, and Tommy Gooch are the headliners for this year's Annual Warren County Community College Comedy Night. Proceeds from the event directly benefit students and programs at the college.
Don't miss an opportunity to connect with loved ones on the other side. Dinner program with Lorraine's presentation, or book an overnight stay in a rustic room that includes a gift bag, and get to know more about Lorraine and spirits at the Inn. Overnight includes fireside specialty drink in the tavern, and breakfast with Lorraine.
Mardi Gras Weekend bash at Rock Creek!
Explore and learn how to make signature Thai, Indonesian and Vietnamese dishes with Chef Jay Chai, the owner of both Pandan Room & TOPO Restaurant in Hackettstown. "Comfort Food" is highlighted in this session.
Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall on Sunday, February 26 brings a great new find, The Pete McGuinness Sextet, with a segment of the charts saluting the tunes for which Mel Torme was known.
Bring a clear wine bottle to paint and decorate with lights (included) for $35/person. A second bottle can be painted and lit for $5 additional. Coffee and dessert served.
Making its world premiere last week, this smart and funny play by Patricia Cotter continues this week and next. It's a comedic look at blended families, desire, motherhood, class and sexual politics, examining just how much we can ask of our friends, our parents and our spouses, and whether we'll get any of our important life decisions right in this new age.
Almond Tree Manor Premiere Banquet & Catering Facilities presents a Pop-Up Shoppe featuring Local Vendors, Crafters, Goods & Services.
The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife holds this annual public meeting to present information on trout production at the hatchery, and allocations for individual waters including selection of this year's Bonus Broodstock lakes. It's an excellent opportunity for anglers to ask questions, voice their opinions, and give suggestions regarding New Jersey's trout stocking program.
Every first Thursday of the month since November, the St. Patrick’s Parade Grand Marshals have served as celebrity bartenders to help pour drinks at four locations, as a special twist on Hackettstown's "Late Night Thursdays" where shops stay open late and other activities abound. This is the last one before the March 12th parade, so celebrate with friends at Marley’s Gotham Grill, Bea McNally’s Irish Pub, Man Skirt Brewing, and Czig Meister Brewing Company from 6pm until closing. (Celebrity bartenders on-site until 9pm.)
Which came first? The chicken, or the egg? Or the sign with the chicken and "fresh eggs" label? Don't brood over the issue!