The first in this series is Atlas the Lonely Gibbon by playwright, Deborah Yarchun. In this darkly comedic thriller set in the future, Irene, a 28-year-old journalist, has recently had her job downgraded to editing AI (Artificial Intelligence)-generated articles. Her husband, David, is a cybercrime journalist who introduces more than enough technologies into their home, with unnerving consequences.
WPS offers playwrights the opportunity to work with professional actors and directors in a workshop rehearsal process, and to hear their work in front of a live audience. Lively talk-backs with the playwright and cast follow each presentation. Tickets are to be reserved in advance with a $5 donation.
You are invited to bring in a meal from a local purveyor, relax and enjoy the evening along with your favorite Brook Hollow wine.
Dirty hands make a clean river! Join MWA for their annual river clean up along the Musconetcong River. Choose from 19 locations from Lake Hopatcong to the Delaware River. All supplies are provided for each volunteer.
It's that time of year for warm weather, beautiful flowers and yard sales galore! Sponsored by Blair Women's Club of Blairstown and hosted by Brook Hollow Winery comes your time to find some treasures! April 17 from 10am- 4pm and all proceeds benefit service projects and charitable donations.
AJ Croix & TDRHB are back this weekend for Invertase's official re-opening of the beer garden. The excellent beer will be flowing from 12pm-9pm with music from 3pm to 6pm. Cousins Maine Lobster food truck will also be on site. Good beer, good tunes and good times!
Spring is here and it’s opening weekend for Music under the Arbor! The Jeff Bellfy Band will kick off the season on Saturday from 1-4:30pm. The Hazelrigg Brothers will perform on Sunday from 1-4:30pm. Culinary treats available for purchase. Walk-ins for 2-4 adults: tables are first come, first serve; tables for 5-6 adults require a reservation.
Visit Brook Hollow Winery and Event Facility for live music each weekend day: Scott Messina on Saturday and Geroge Baier on Sunday. You are invited to support local proprietors by purchasing a meal from the many restaurants in the area and enjoy it on the outside covered porch patio with a bottle of Brook Hollow Wine.
Share a super-indulgent evening with our winemaker as she guides you to taste and pair two different wines with six different handmade, local chocolates. Learn how best to pair decadent, flavor-exploding chocolate with wine.
Are you feeling spicy? Four Sisters is cooking up chili every weekend in April. Their homemade Farmhouse recipe is on the menu this weekend and ready to be paired with one of their many wines! No reservations are required.
Join the Phillipsburg Rotary club for a virtual live auction. Pre-bidding starts Wednesday, April 21 @ 10am and runs until Friday, April 23 when the live auction will be taking place @ 7pm. The first 35 registrants will be entered to win a $100.00 Amazon Gift Card.
Four brawling lovers, caught in a dispute of increasingly magical proportions; a crew of keen mechanicals, determined to give it their all; and one roguish sprite, hell-bent on causing as much havoc as possible. What could possibly go wrong? Join Centenary Stage Company for one of Shakespeare's magical plays. This show will be in person and live streamed.
Come celebrate the American Shad this spring by joining other anglers in their pursuit of the best Shad! This fish makes its spawning run up the Delaware River every year.
Stay safe inside your vehicle! Take-out only Roast Beef dinner with dessert. $15 per meal. Please drive in the back (cemetery entrance) to payment station near the clothing shed, then proceed to the take-out window where a runner will take your tickets and bring your to-go bags to you. 908-453-2301.
Run, walk, bike, hike, paddle, fish or even garden for the Musky. This year's event is virtual to help support the efforts of the Musconetcong Watershed Association. Share your experiences with friends and family and then share on social media.