Sip some wine (or coffee and tea) and have some crafting fun by making a Valentine's sweater gnome at Studio 3R. Reservations are required by contacting The Bloomin' Cottage via instant messag
Join in a Saturday morning class to learn about decoupaging, and make some pretty stuff for your home in this event from The Bloomin' Cottage, held at Studio 3R. What will the class include?
Four Sisters Winery introduces its first trivia event, "Music Through the Decades". Put together a team of 2-4 people and brainstorm to answer questions about music. The afternoon starts with a formal wine tasting and meal, then the rivia begins! $35/person plus tax. For ages 21+
Centenary Stage Company kicks off this year's January Thaw Music Festival with a return visit from The Blue Dahlia. The performance features lyrics in English and French, klezmer violin, French and Mexican accordion, warm and joyous rhythms of reggae, ska and Latin America, and the sensual voice of jazz and French chanson. Live-stream tickets are available as well.
Non-stop amusement from beginning to end. Can you identify the perpetrator? You, your friends, and fellow gumshoes will enjoy hilarious and equally mystifying entertainment.
Long-time Kathy's Kove medium, Marion, will channel messages from your loved ones who have passed to see if there is a message for you! Reserve soon, space is limited.
In anticipation of the performance by American Patchwork Quartet, the APQ and Centenary Stage Company are partnering together to collect heritage stories for the #AmericanPatchworkProject. There are no requirements as to what a heritage story is in order for it to be submitted. The story can be anything; an immigration story or that of parents / grandparents, a simple tracing of ancestral roots, a specific moment, experience, or story passed down or perhaps even a continued tradition that is part of an inherited sense of family identity. These stories will be collected now through January 21, 2022 and shared across Centenary Stage Company’s social media platforms as part of the #AmericanPatchworkProject. This project culminates with A Conversation with American Patchwork Quartet on January 22 at 3pm where American Patchwork Quartet will share about their own heritage, their music, and their mission, and then perform in concert at 8pm. Learn more about the project.
Formal wine tasting followed by dinner and dessert, paired with dessert wine. An educational wine cellar tour describes the processes of wine making and then off with the shoes and socks for the ever-popular Barefoot Grape Stomping! $42.50/person, plus tax. Tickets are required; please call 908-475-3671.
Centenary Stage Company January Thaw Music Festival continues with NYC-based American Patchwork Quartet (APQ), which is on a mission to reclaim the immigrant soul of American Roots Music by drawing on a repertoire of centuries-old American folk songs that highlight America's immigrant roots. It showcases America's dynamic present by combining the diverse talent of four US citizens, each with a unique cultural background. In this quartet, old songs are made new through creative arrangements that highlight the exceptional and well-honed skills of each band member. Prior to the show, you can participate in A Conversation with American Patchwork Quartet at 3 p.m. where the quartet's members will share about their own heritage, their music, and their mission; sign up for the free discussion and get $10 off your concert ticket that night!
Centenary Stage Company’s January Thaw Music Festival comes to a close with Best of the Eagles. Performing the band’s greatest hits from the '70s, '80s and beyond, each member mirrors his counterpart in the Eagles instrumentally and vocally. This group of musicians expertly and authentically re-create the songs, music, and vocals of the Eagles making this is the most authentic recreation next to seeing the Eagles live.