ELVIN BISHOP AND CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE. 8pm. 100 South Street.
YARN. 8pm. 30 Main Street.
MARDI GRAS BOOGALOO 2020. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
ANTIQUES IN LONG VALLEY. 9am - 4pm. $7. Long Valley Middle School, 51 W. Mill Rd..
OPEN HOUSE. The gallery’s annual open house includes refreshments, special guests, and door prizes to support the Mercer County Wildlife Center. 1 - 5pm. 55 Bridge St..
SONGS TO WARM THE HEART. The Roosevelt String Band returns in celebration of Morven’s exhibition Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey to present an encore performance with songs to warm the heart. Reservations required. 2 - 4pm. $10. 55 Stockton Street.
ADDAMS FAMILY MUSICAL. 77 Halsey Road.
10,000 MANIACS. featuring Mary Ramsey 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE PERFORMANCE. Dr. Susanna Rich, renowned poet, producer, and performer 10:30am. 1 West Nelson St.
THE HIGH KINGS. 7pm. 234 Spring Street.
CHERISH THE LADIES. This Irish-American super group creates an unforgettable performance that includes a spectacular blend of virtuoso instrumental talents, beautiful vocals, captivating arrangements, and stunning step dancing. 2am. $30 & $40. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.
PYSANKY UKRAINIAN EGG WORKSHOP. Create colorful masterpieces! 10am - 1pm. $45. 450 King George Road.
MAPLE SUGARING PRESENTATION. Learn about the history and process of maple syrup while you cozy up to the fire in a historic farmhouse. 2 - 3:30pm. Free. Wayne Dumont Jr. Administration Building.
MOE - TION DANCE THEATER. Known for their site-specific work, Glennon Clayton's company is dedicated to creating new forms of expression through movement and dance. 8pm. Lackland Center, 715 Grand Avenue.
MAPLE SUGAR IN THE FARMHOUSE. Presentation on the history of maple sugaring and how to tap a real tree. 10am - 4pm. Free. 3026 Belvidere Road (Rt. 519).
COLM KIRWAN AND TRIONA. Two of Ireland’s newest and upcoming stars 7:30pm. $25. Investors Bank Theater, 72 Eyland Ave.
VINTAGE MICROPHONE. Join us for a musical journey starring last season's Irish Tenor, Tim Smith, in a new show that shows our beginnings never know our endings. 2pm. Lackland Center, 715 Grand Avenue.
BIX BEIDERBECKE’S BIRTHDAY BASH. Cornetist, Mike Davis, leads the celebration. 7:30pm. $20. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
RAIN BARREL AND RAIN GARDEN WORKSHOP. Harvesting rain water in a barrel conserves this precious resource, and having a rain garden helps minimize runoff and offers a low-maintenance garden. Participants will build a rain barrel and learn the basics of rain gardens. 10 - 11:30am. $8. Fairview Farm, 2121 Larger Cross Road.
BACKYARD CHICKENS. Come find out if it is the right choice for you and learn the basics about raising your own chickens, ducks or geese. 10:30 - 11:30am. Free. Wayne Dumont Jr. Administration Building.
LIGHTING THE DARK AND AUTOMATOYS. Phyliss Chen will perform a large scale solo work that incorporates two toy pianos, a clavichord, an accordion and custom made music boxes. $20. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
ROBBIE FULKS. 8pm. 30 Main Street.
MAPLE SUGARING LIVING HISTORY PROGRAM. Experience first-hand the North American tradition of maple sugarin. Native Americans discovered the sweet quality of sugar maple sap before written history. For hundreds, maybe even thousands of years, Native Americans would set up camp in a stand of sugar maples during the sap run. The sugar they produced was an important food for them and for the colonists, who learned the process from the Native Americans. It was only during the 1930s when maple sugar took the form we use today: syrup! 9am - 2pm. $1. Echo Hill, 42 Lilac Drive.
SEAMUS EGAN PROJECT. From his beginnings as a teen prodigy, to his founding of the Irish-American powerhouse band Solas, to his current project touring with friends and musical guests, Egan has helped define the sound of Irish music today 8pm. Lackland Center, 715 Grand Avenue.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE. The parade begins at the corner of South Street and James Street and includes about twenty bands with about 50,000 in attendance either in the parade or as spectators. 12 noon. http://www.paradeday.com.
ST. PATRICK'S PARADE. Streets fill with enthusiasm as families, residents and visitors line up along the curb, in store windows and porches to celebrate and witness the festive parade. 3:30pm.
THE BACHELORETTE. NEXTstage Repertory performs a wicked black comedy about female friendship and growing up in an age of excess. 8pm. The Little Theatre : 400 Jefferson St..
ARTRAGEOUS. Part art studio, part rock group, part creation lab, Artrageous takes audiences on a uniquely entertaining visual journey and high-energy ride of inspiration, creativity and engagement, paying tribute to a variety of art forms, icons and musical genres 2am. $30 & $40. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.
TRIVIA NIGHT AT THE TRUST. Come test your knowledge about songbird diets, habits, and habitats, highlighting what makes these birds so special. 2pm. $10. The Meyersville Inn,632 Meyersville Rd,.
NORTHWEST NJ RIVERS CONFERENCE. A day of speakers, workshops and community for those who cares about this region, clean water and the rivers. Learn how we can best work to protect its resources: to conserve, restore, protect, educate, inform and bring communities together to defend and share what we love best. 8am - 4pm. Free, pre-register. Centenary University.
PROPAGATING NATIVE PLANTS. Learn how to collect, clean, and store seed as well as techniques for division. 9:30 - 11am. $17. Hunterdon County Arboretum, 1020 State Highway 31.
AL DI MEOLA ACROSS THE UNIVERSE. Across the Universe record release tour 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
ORELAND: MORRIS COUNTY’S ONLY GHOST TOWN. Walk the Oreland branch of the Wharton & Northern Railroad, see the ruins of an extensive system of mine shafts and ore crushers, walk down Kelly’s row, where miners lived, and end at the cemetery where many miners are buried. $5. Split Rock Rd..
MAPLE SUGARING OPEN HOUSE. Live demonstrations of how to tap the maple trees, collect the sap, and make the delicious syrup. Fresh maple syrup available for purchase. Fun for the whole family! 10am - 3pm. 50 Neilson Road.
DAN LEVINSON SEXTET. 3 - 5pm. $30 in advance & $35 at door. 1686 Route 517 (Mountain Villa School).
PYSANKY CRAFT WORKSHOP. Pysanky is the art of egg designing and dyeing practiced traditionally in Eastern Europe. 11am - 2pm. $40. Vanderveer House, 955 US Highway 202/206.
WOODCOCK HIKE. Listen and watch for these fascinating birds as the males do their mating dance in the early spring. 5:30 - 7pm. $5. 339 Pleasant Valley Road.
LOW LILY WITH RUPERT WATES. Troubadour Concert Series 7:30. $10. Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, 21 Normandy Heights Rd.
NEW SHANGHAI CIRCUS. Astonishing athletes defy gravity and execute breathtaking feats as they stretch the limits of human ability in this spellbinding show that draws upon 2,000 years of Chinese circus traditions. 7am. $30 & $40. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.
PRUNING WORKSHOP. Learn how to maintain the health and beauty of your home garden. 10am. $15. 11 Layton Rd.
CLIMATE SCIENCE COMMUNICATION. Join New Jersey State Climatologist Dr. David Robinson as he discusses the difference between weather and climate and the threat of climate change in New Jersey. Following, take a short walk outside to see Duke Farms’ own weather station as a part of the Rutgers NJ Weather and Climate Network. 5 - 7pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
FOCUS ON RAPTORS. Photography opportunity for close up, portrait photos of several of our ambassador birds. $150. 1452 White Bridge Road.
BUTTERFLY GARDENING WITH NATIVE PLANTS . Author Jane Hurwitz, from the North American Butterfly Association will be presenting on butterfly gardening at home, a gardening method used to protect the entire life cycle of butterflies 1 - 2pm. Free. 190 Lord Stirling Road.
SPRING NATURE TRAIL RIDE. One-hour safety lesson and horseback ride along the Lord Stirling Stable trails. Pre register by 2/28. Check in 8am. $50. 256 South Maple Avenue.
HANOVER WIND SYMPHONY: MUSIC IN MOTION. Rhythms that will make you want to tap your feet and melodies that will stir your emotions. 2pm. $20. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
February 14-March 1 • THE SUNSHINE BOYS. Neil Simon’s play produced as part of this year’s Professional Theatre Series. Al and Willie as “Lewis and Clark” were top-billed vaudevillians for over forty years. Now they aren’t even speaking. When CBS requests them for a “History of Comedy” retrospective, a grudging reunion brings the two back together, along with a flood of memories, miseries and laughs. The eight member cast includes Centenary Stage Company Artistic Director, Carl Wallnau, as Willie Clark and David Edwards, who returns to CSC as Al Lewis .$28.50 to $32.00.
MINSTREL CONCERT SERIES. Shows every Friday, presenting traditional American and ethnic "folk" music, as well as music of contemporary, primarily acoustic songwriters. The second Friday of the month is an open stage/audition night. 7:30pm. $10 adults; children 12 and under free.
Saturdays • NATURE WALKS. Hike the Paulins Kill Valley Trail. Hike different sections with various themes. Hikes leave from Kittatinny SP, Warbasse Jct., or Footbridge Park in Blairstown. Free.
Weekends • THE PEQUEST TROUT HATCHERY AND NATURAL RESOURCE EDUCATION CENTER hosts a series of programs about the natural world around us for young and old alike. Preregistration is usually required. Topics range from a child’s first introduction to nature to seminars for expert fly fishers.
February 15-March 29 • BÉATRICE CORON: CUT STORIES TO READ. Coron hand cuts finely detailed silhouettes with an x-acto and black Tyvek (a durable building material) in mainly large-scale wall hangings. The archetypal stories Coron conveys in her papercuts have been influenced by her life experience with a series of odd jobs that have included, among others, a shepherdess, truck driver, factory worker, cleaning lady and a New York City tour guide.
Ongoing • TOURS OF WASHINGTON'S HEADQUARTERS AT THE FORD MANSION.
Headquarters Museum includes includes three exhibit galleries, a 30-minute introductory video, and the Discover History Center. Tours of Fords Manion will be made available at 10 and 11am and at 1, 2, 3 and 4pm. There is no entrance fee to visit the park’s Washington’s Headquarters Museum.
The park’s grounds, parking areas, tour road, 27 miles of hiking trails, and restroom facilities at the Jockey Hollow area are open to the public, seven days a week, 9:30am - 5pm.