Enjoy October's full moon with a guided hike at Dark Moon Preserve. We will step out into the night to enjoy the nocturnal wonders of the preserve. We invite you to bring your family - both furry and non-furry. Space is limited for this hike and advanced registration is required. This is a free event.
Calling all kids! Come get creative having a spook-tacular time learning, step-by step, how to paint these festive pumpkins! We will be painting on stretched canvas with acrylic paint. All ages & abilities welcome. Kids under 7 must be accompanied by an adult. All supplies included.
Grab a glass of wine and feel the creativity flow through you with Art-stitution. Get inspired with a night full of creativity and take home this festive Halloween tree!
Hope Junction Antiques continues its support of local artists with a series of Art Shows this fall. Currently showing and available for purchase: the works of Lisa Bonforte and Will Harmuth. Show runs through Oct. 26.
The final installment of this Summer Concert Series is coming to a close this week. You are invited to help Toll Collectors Trio bring the house down! Cover starts at 6pm.
Centenary Stage Company’s Fringe Festival continues with A Tale of Two Cities, Cobbled Together by the Brothers Lovejoy. One epic. Two brothers. What could go wrong? Avery (Ezra Barnes) and Bunce Lovejoy (Michael Gabriel Goodfriend) are brothers who share a dilapidated home, and are obsessed with Charles Dickens’ classic story of love and loneliness, rags and riches, revenge and sacrifice set in the turmoil of the French Revolution. They reenact the novel, playing all the characters themselves and putting their own stamp on them. Tickets range from $22.50 to $27.50 for adults and can be purchased online or by calling the CSC box office at 908-979-0900.
Draught House welcomes Christian Porter, a young singer/songwriter/producer from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania playing guitar, piano, ukulele and more.
Shimer Mansion Yard Sale, to benefit the restoration of this site. Shimer Mansion is located on the corner of Routes 519 and South Main Street in Pohatcong Township; parking on Sussex Street.
Second Annual Bacon Bonanza is happening again in the parking lot in front of Invertase! Food trucks will be serving up tasty bacon menus just for this day, and live music will add to the merriment. Gather in the beer garden for some bacon-y treats, your favorite Invertase brew and some great tunes! Family friendly.
Take-out only Roast Beef dinner with dessert. $15 per meal. Please drive in the back (cemetery entrance) to payment station, then proceed to the take-out window where a runner will bring your to-go bags to you. 908-453-2301.
Come out to Meadow Breeze Park for this great cause! Support The Home Instead team for the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's®, the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Registration begins at 10am, Ceremony at 10:45, Walk at 11am.
Explore Allamuchy Lake at the beautiful time of year. Rentals include boat, life jacket and paddle.
Draught House hosts a Pups & Pints Fundraiser with Common Sense for Animals, with portions of certain menu items benefitting the shelter, and separate donations accepted and matched by Draught House. The best part: adoptable pups will be in attendance!
Friday: Frank DiBussolo, guitar/vocals; Saturday: Darla Rich Duo. Enjoy a relaxing evening of wine, food and music under the arbor.
Spend part of your weekend at Brook Hollow Winery and Event Facility for live music: Allan Willcockson on Friday (pictured), John Cain on Saturday and Bill Ruddy on Sunday.
Live music most weekends during October. Indoors and outdoors, set times vary. Scott Messina 6-9pm Friday; JerZGirls 9pm-midnight on Saturday.
The Corrado Family has been brightening dark Autumn nights with frights and chills for more than 20 years! Operating Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings through October 30.
Rocky Horror Picture Show wraps up this Free October movie series. Outdoors (weather permitting), indoors if not! Buck's BBQ will be located nearby.
"Last Night in Town" on Friday, Sue & Mike on Sunday. Call 908-441-6127 to book a table!
When riding the Great Pumpkin Train, every child gets to pick his or her own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Trips leave 11am, 12:30pm, 2pm and 3:30pm. Also visit the Ol' Susquehanna Mine and or Corn Maze (additional fee required), and free use of the picnic grove.
Enjoy an afternoon of wine, food, and music at Alba Vineyard. Joe Wagner Jazz Trio on Saturday; Kathy Phillips on Sunday. All guests must be 21+
Pack a picnic, invite some friends and lull away the afternoon with great wines, music and spectacular views! Call for details on artists and performance times: 908-995-2072. Joe Izen performs this Saturday; Joe Janci will appear on Sunday.
Visit the "spooktacular" Halloween display with plenty of photo opportunities along with shopping for produce, pumpkins, food specialties, bacon, eggs, jams, jellies, pies and more. Hayrides offered on weekends, 1-5pm, and hayrides include cider and a donut.
Fall fun is here! Fall Harvest Weekends run Saturdays, Sundays & Columbus Day throughout October! Visit Donaldson's for Apple & Pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn maze, corn cannon, visits with the Ponies, fresh cooked food, apple cider, apple cider donuts, and tons of fresh-air fun for your family and friends!
Pre purchase TICKETS. Activities will run weekends through October 31: Hayrides to the pumpkin field or walk to Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, pumpkin picking, Cow Train, Pumpkin Launchers, Bounce pillow, and fall refreshments.
Get lost in the interactive corn maze or look for the perfect pumpkin. Take a hayride, pick apples, take aim with the corn cannons or browse the farm market for fresh produce, baked goods and more. There's also an activity area with 20+ family-friendly activities!
Come in costume and enjoy food, a Mariachi band, fire pit and face painting. Bring a lawn chair or blanket as the movie "Coco" starts at 7:30pm.
Turn on the electrodes, raise the platform and throw the switch! A storm is brewing and you don’t want to miss this hilarious adaptation of Mary Shelly’s classic tale! Join Doctor Frankenstein and Igor as they “dig up” clues in this horror themed murder mystery. Includes dinner catered by Mama's Cafe Baci (BYOB).
Get dressed up and into the Spirit of Halloween! Hometown Halloween is family fun for kids of all ages featuring a kids costume contest and a pet costume contest. Trick or Treat at participating downtown merchants, and DJ Mitch Hess will be spinning some Halloween tunes.
It's a weekend full of Halloween fun! A Costume Parade, tractor-drawn hay rides, corn maze, PYO pumpkins & much more! Anyone who dresses up in costume will receive a goodie bag filled with Halloween treats.
Celebrate 50 years of service, teamwork, innovation, and Oxford pride by gathering at Oxford Furnace Lake for a fun-filled afternoon to include food trucks, music, a dunk tank, ceremony, bounce house, face painting, extrication demonstration and a bonfire.
Participants will gather on the front lawns of Centenary University beginning at 2:30pm for the 3pm parade, which will proceed down Moore Street to the gazebo at Main Street. From there children are invited to Trick-or-Treat, visiting various participating merchants. Eat and shop local for plenty of sales and specials in downtown Hackettstown!
Corrado's Farm presents its first-ever Trunk or Treat! Please register by October 27 to participate and enjoy free admission; trunk decorating contest optional. Food-Music-Games- Prizes. Gates open at 3pm for trunk decorators, and decorations must be finished by 3:45pm for the 4pm event. Registration forms must be completed and emailed to email@example.com by Oct. 27. Discounted Hayride prices available directly after the event.
Buck Hill Brewery's Halloween Costume Party is back! CASH Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place best costumes.
Dress in your best Halloween costume for a chance to win some cash prizes at the Draught House! DJ Jeff will be there. You won't want to miss it!
Fill your holiday table with a beautiful and bountiful centerpiece using a wicker cornucopia, preserved greens, wheat, pine cones, fruit and dried flowers. The finished project is 8″ x 18″.
At this time of year, the Well-Sweep garden fairies transform the Gift Shop into a Christmas wonderland.
Explore Shippen Manor, Blair's Town, Oxford Furnace, the Morris Canal and many more historic sites throughout Warren County. A total of 11 historic landmarks are stops on the self-guided, county-wide driving tour, where you can visit one or multiple sites at your own pace each day. The event is FREE and open to individuals and families of all ages. Printed trail maps are available at each location to start you on your history adventure. Each site will have a docent on hand to convey the history of the location; some sites will have demonstrations and festival activities. Interactive children’s activities are also planned at several locations. The event is rain or shine. Schedule details and a digital map are available at WarrenHistoryTrail.org.
If you like great food and wine while supporting historic preservation, join the Pohatcong History & Heritage Society following the Explore Warren County History Trail to celebrate at Alba Vineyard to benefit the restoration of Shimer Mansion. Tickets will be limited.