Every first Thursday of the month until March, St. Patrick’s Grand Marshals will be celebrity bartenders to help serve drinks at four locations, as a special twist on Hackettstown's "Late Night Thursdays" for the winter months, with shops staying open late. Enjoy drinks and celebration 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.)
Kick off the new year by joining us every first Friday night in 2017. Bring the family to enjoy the music of Len Mooney 6pm to 9pm.
Come enjoy free live music with family, friends, and delicious wines! Wine for purchase by the bottle or glass at retail value, and $5 Pasta Bar!
Kata Hay and Jesse Bardwell, two performers who were on the hit TV show "The Voice" earlier this year, will be part of a special show at the Inn.
Held the first Friday of every month. We have everything you need to perform: PA, mics, we can even provide a guitar if you need it. You just need to bring your inner rock star and your talent.
"Legendary" Billy Geer is out of retirement and ready to rock!! This is going to be an amazing event, folks! Come one, come all. 8pm- midnight.
Come experience the pleasure of our greenhouses – filled with unusual blossoms and exotic scents. Join us for an informative lecture-tour of our collection of herbs from around the world.
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.
Mark your calendars folks! Cool Hand is back at the Rock Creek Tavern! This band brings it every single time!! Playing all your favorite classic rock tunes and more.
Water Street continues to play gigs at a number of northeast venues while looking to expand out to travel and play in other parts of the country.
Morris Canal Bread Lock Park is open daily until dusk, but the Warren County History Museum is open the second Sunday of the month, with models and displays of Warren County history with emphasis on the Morris Canal, Shippen Manor, Oxford Furnace, Thomas Edison's local businesses, and the Lenape Indians.
Juried performances of four student-directed, one-act plays with prizes awarded to best actors, actresses and directors. $5. 908-454-3400.
Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall will be swinging in the New Year with the talented songster and pianist Daryl Sherman, who appears with a quartet featuring the special talent of Warren Vache on trumpet, James Chirillo on guitar and Boots Maleson on bass. This concert will feature great songs from composer and lyricist Cole Porter, performed at the historic mansion in Allamuchy.
Come on down to the Rock Creek Sunday afternoon, as we welcome to our stage the AMAZING sounds of Brosky and Meyer! This duo is sure to entertain you!
$48/person. a four-week workshop for grades 3-8 at Rutherfurd Hall.
On Mondays, January 9 and/or January 16, we invite you to Walk -In and try a Yoga Class with Delia. At 4pm enjoy a Class for Beginners or a 5:15pm Advanced Beginner/Intermediate Class.
Fundraiser for baseball and softball teams with sample fare from local restaurants in David and Carol Lackland Center dining hall. $40. 908-852-1400
One Day Yoga Retreat - Graceful Aging - Complementary Practices and Lessons for a healthy lifestyle.
The original "Friday The 13th" was filmed in and around Blairstown, and every time that date rolls around, Roy's Hall screens the 1980 cult slasher classic. Horror film fanatics from across the country flock to the area to tour the local filming locations, concluding their visit by watching the movie at Roy's, which is among the area landmarks prominently featured in the film. Audiences go wild whenever they appear, so be a part of the fun - if you dare!
Get in the mood for Mardi Gras as you heat things up with the first of the January Thaw Music Festival concerts. The HooDoo Loungers, a high-energy, nine-piece band, performs electrifying music inspired by the rhythms, sounds, history and spirit of New Orleans. The band's sound encompasses traditional New Orleans Jazz, Brass Band, classic R&B and funk - a blend of original music and re-arranged New Orleans classics.