BACKYARD CHICKENS. Learn how to start and care for your own flock. Light refreshments and beverages will be provided. 7 - 8:15pm. $10. Wayne Dumont Jr. Administration Building.
RUSSIAN NATIONAL BALLET THEATRE. 7:30pm. 100 South Street.
THE NATIONAL RESERVE. 8pm. $25 – $30. 30 Main Street.
ECOLOGY OF DUKE FARMS. In this 2-hour program, we will review the stewardship initiatives at Duke Farms after reviewing the interesting history of the property. 5 - 7pm. $5. 80 Route 206.
GOLDEN DRAGON ACROBATS. 7pm. $25 & $35. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.
INTO THE WOODS. James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece... and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. $22. 69 Elliot St.
TROUT SEASON OPENS. Don’t forget your 2019 fishing license!
CITIZENS BAND RADIO. 8pm. $17.50 – $22.50. 30 Main Street.
OPENING DAY AT COOPER GRISTMILL. Experience the powerful energy of the Black River, as it runs the 1826 Cooper Gristmill's huge waterwheel and four floors of machinery to grind grain seeds into flour. 10am - 5pm. 66 Route 24.
ROSE PRUNING WORKSHOP. Basic pruning techniques and proper tools used for pruning. 9am - 12pm. $15. Mettlers Road.
INTRODUCING: JOHN LLOYD YOUNG. Tony Award winner John Lloyd Young originated the role of Frankie Valli in Broadway's hit, Jersey Boys. Young's latest concert is a celebration of classic hits from the '50s and '60s presenting in the authentic acoustic style of original rock 'n' roll, Doo-Wop and R&B standards. 8pm. Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..
EASTER EGG HUNT. Main Street.
RONNY WHYTE TRIO SINGS SINATRA. Ronny Whyte is an interpreter of Classic American Popular Song, an outstanding jazz pianist, and a successful songwriter. 3pm. 1686 Route 517 (Mountain Villa School).
RARE HERPS!. Conserve Wildlife Foundation (CWF) of New Jersey biologist, Allegra Mitchell, will discuss some of the rarest reptile and amphibian species in the state. 1 - 2pm. Free. 190 Lord Stirling Road.
MILITARY HERITAGE DAY. Reenactors and artifacts representing America’s military history. 12 - 4pm. Red Mill, 56 Main St..
BROADWAY’S NEXT HIT MUSICAL. 3pm. $20 & $30. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.
BUNNY LUNCH. 12 - 2pm. $8, RSVP by 4/3/2019. 666 Macopin Rd.
PLANNING YOUR GARDEN FOR BEGINNERS. Building soil health, designing your garden space, growing plants from seed or transplant and vegetable seasonality. 6:30 - 8:30pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
RIO CLEMENTE AND FRIENDS. 7:30pm. $20. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
COTTAGE COMMUNITIES. Author Sara Hines presents images and discussion of camp meetings. 7 - 9pm. Free. The Bethel at Trinity Park.
ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING & PAINTING FOR ADULTS. Join local artist and published illustrator Barbara DiLorenzo on a guided exploration of Morven interiors and exteriors. 10am - 1pm. $220. 55 Stockton Street.
SCOTT SHARRARD REDUX. 8pm. $27 – $32. 30 Main Street.
COMEDY SHOW. 3 Comedian Show, presented by Danny C. Entertainment. 7 - 11pm. $20. 666 Macopin Rd.
INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE WALK. Split Rock Furnace – Morris County’s only standing iron furnace Split Rock Rd..
ANNUAL STREAM CLEANUP. Watershed-wide cleanup takes place in 38 municipalities. Register online. 9am - 12pm. Fairview Farm, 2121 Larger Cross Road.
MOE-TION DANCE THEATER. Established in 2007, moe-tion dance theater is a contemporary modern dance company based in New Jersey. Known for their diverse repertory and site-specific work, moe-tion dance theater has performed at numerous festivals, showcases and venues throughout the tri-state area. 8pm. Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..
GO GREEN WITH HOPE. Electronic waste collection, paper shredding, Medicine Drop, clothing and goods collection; towels, blankets and pet items for local animal shelters, Green Market, Informative tables, T-shirt totes demo and give-away. 9am - 1pm. Free. Hope Township School, 320 Johnsonburg Road.
RODNEY ATKINS. 8pm. 100 South Street.
CHINESE PAINTING, HISTORY & STYLES. Lecture by Derek Wang. 1 - 3pm. $4. Oxford Municipal Building. 11 Green St..
BATTLE OF BOUND BROOK. Living History Weekend at the Abraham Staats House remembers Washington’s army at Middlebrook with American and British soldiers re-enacting battles in street and field, Colonial crafters, encampment, children’s activities, special programs and tours and more. 17 Steuben Lane.
DRAKESVILLE OPEN HOUSE. Tours of King Canal Store, King House Museum and Main Street, Drakesville historic district. 1 - 4pm. Free. 209-213 Main Street.
ANNUAL VERNAL POOL EXPLORATION. Visit vernal pools to explore these habitats and learn why these sites are important to many species of amphibians, reptils, insects, and other wildlife. 2 - 3:30pm. Free, donation requested. 50 Neilson Road.
SUCCESSION PLANTING: TIPS & TRICKS. How to succession plant your garden to harvest crops such as lettuce, carrots, and string beans all season long. 6:30 - 8:30pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
THE ROMEROS. Three generations of one family of guitarists is unprecedented in classical music. 8pm. 100 South Street.
WILDFLOWER WALK. Early bloomers in the woodlands of the Wildflower Garden! 1pm. $5 donation. 20 Morris Rd..
EARTH DAY WEEKEND. Special programs. Free. 20 Morris Rd..
PILOBOLUS. In this brand new repertory show, come back to your senses and explore the connection between the human body and the analog world around us. 7:30pm. 100 South Street.
UPROOTED BAND WITH MICHAEL GLABICKI OF RUSTED ROOT. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
NATIVE PLANT SALE. Native plants can eliminate the need for pesticides and the need less water to survive. 9am - 2pm. River Resource Center, 10 Maple Ave..
EARTH DAY FESTIVAL. Enjoy a variety of recycled crafts and games. At 11:00, enjoy a live animal show with Eyes of the Wild. All ages welcome! 10:30am - 7:30pm. Free. 42 Lilac Drive.
ROMP IN THE SWAMP. Bike ride led by a group of seasoned cyclists and birders around and through the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, stopping at various well-known birding locations. Limit twelve riders; your participation helps support the work and mission of The Raptor Trust. 9:30am - 1:30pm. $50 - $125. The Meyersville Inn,632 Meyersville Rd,.
HISTORIC FARMSTEAD OPEN HOUSE. Spring Open House at the Van Nest-Hoff-Vannatta Farmstead, listed in National Register of Historic Places. Fiber arts demonstrations, children's activities, Spruce Run State Park naturalist open hearth cooking in summer kitchen, war re-enactors. 10am - 4pm. Free. 3026 Belvidere Road (Rt. 519).
SQUARE FOOT ORGANIC GARDENING. Participants in this program will leave with practical information that will help minimize effort and maximize yield. 10am - 12pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
BRINGING UP BIRDIE. Learn about the many species of birds that live and nest in your New Jersey backyard. We will also talk about the baby birds that fall from nests and what you can do to help injured or orphaned wild birds. 1pm. $10, $5 under 12, registration required. 1452 White Bridge Road.
NEW JERSEY FOLK FESTIVAL. Free. Eagleton Institute (Woodlawn), at the corner of George Street and Ryders Lane.
ARTS, SWEETS AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL. 10am - 5pm. Washington Ave.
MILITARY VEHICLE SHOW AND SWAP MEET. Historic military vehicles from World War 2, Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf Wars are on display. Over 200 vendors and reenactors. $7. Sussex County Fairgrounds, Rt. 206 & Plains Rd..
SPRING PLANT SALE AND EARTH DAY CELEBRATION. Weekend highlights include a plant sale featuring many choice selections of perennials, ferns and woody plants, inspiring garden lectures, and guided tours of this magnificent naturalistic rock garden. This event is co-sponsored with Watnong Chapter North American Rock Garden Society. 11 Layton Rd.
ANNUAL GEM AND MINERAL SHOW. Over 100 dealers, special exhibits showing Lapidary, fossils, minerals, as well as an extensive presentation of the world famous deposits of Sussex County's fluorescent minerals. Sat., 9-5:30; Sun., 10-5. $6. Littel Community Center, 12 Munsonhurst Rd..
ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE AND FISHERMAN’S FLEA MARKET. Activities include kids trout fishing, shotgun and archery ranges, crafts and other kids activities, wildlife artists and conservation groups, a fishing flea market and more! 10am - 4pm. Free. 605 Pequest Rd..
PROJECT E.A.R.T.H. - SWAMP SEARCH!. Scavenger hunt teaches about the importance of the Great Swamp as an ecological and recreational resource. Enjoy environmental activities and games for children of all ages. 12 - 4:30pm. 190 Lord Stirling Road.
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Xian Conducts Mozart 3pm. 100 South Street.
RIVER TALK: BIRDING 101. Join MWA and guest speaker Brian Butler for discussions about optics, field guides, local places to bird and more. River Resource Center, 10 Maple Ave..
BASIC LAWN CARE. Rid your lawn of grubs, pests, and disease to achieve a sustainable, healthy and beautiful lawn using Integrated Pest Management. 12 - 1:15pm. $10. Wayne Dumont Jr. Administration Building.
GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP - FLOWER & LANDSCAPE. This class will involve plant close-ups and landscape scenes and is designed for both digital and film photographers. 9 - 11:30am. $35, preregistration. 11 Layton Rd.
THE EARLY MAYS. With Appalachian-inspired harmonies and a sweet, old-time sound, the Early Mays have captivated both regional and national audiences with songs that range from traditional to modern in style, and from contemplative to barn raising in spirit. 7pm. $15. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.
MY SON, THE WAITER, A JEWISH TRAGEDY. Actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman in his hybrid play that weaves a bittersweet tale of one man’s struggle in New York City. 7:30pm. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. Anonymous jurors in a murder trial must compromise in order to determine whether the given evidence requires them to acquit the young suspect or condemn him to the death penalty. 114 Greenwich St..
ANNUAL SPRING FESTIVAL. Amusements, entertainment, food and games, business show. Free. Hatchery Hill Field/Centenary University, Reece and 5th Avenue.
THE DIRT ON SOIL. Soil management practices such as tilling, mulching and cover cropping can significantly affect plant health and crop yield. 10am - 12pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
NEW JERSEY BALLET. Ballet with a Latin Beat 8pm. 100 South Street.
WOODLAND GARDENING WITH NATIVES. Learn about natives and how to use them in your landscape for woodland and butterfly gardens with Stan Pukash in an informative slide presentation at 9:30am. At 10:30 join David Hyde of Well-Sweep Herb Farm in a presentation on perennial natives and nativars. Learn how to introduce native wildflowers and ferns to your garden. 9:30 - 10:30am. Reservations required, free. 205 Mt. Bethel Rd.
GREAT MASTERS: ROBERT SCHUMANN & ELLIOTT CARTER. Internationally-renowned festival favorites the Horzowski Trio return to the Raritan River Music Festival for an evening of masterworks by Romantic legend Robert Schumann – from their critically-acclaimed new CD – and by Elliott Carter, among America’s greatest composers throughout the entire 20th century 7:30pm. $21 advance, students free. Old Greenwich Presbyterian Church, 17 Greenwich Church Road (at Route 173).
5TH ANNUAL LAKE CLEAN UP. Help clean up trash along the shores and in the shallow waters of Lake Marcia, Steenykill Lake, and Sawmill Lake. 1:30am. Suggested donation of $5 per participant appreciated. Interpretive Center, 1480 State Route 23.
PLANT SALE. Perennials, annuals, vegetables, herbs, trees, shrubs, vines, ground covers, hanging baskets and potted plants. Knowledgeable Master Gardeners will be on hand to offer advice, and the plants are lush and healthy. Come early for the best selection. 10am - 4pm. Free. 20 Morris Rd..
RUN FOR THE RIVER. This scenic, mostly flat 4-mile loop in Asbury passes streams, pastures, historic buildings, and the beautiful Musconetcong River. $30. Asbury Fire Co., 410 Old Main Street.
PETERS VALLEY STUDIO OPEN HOUSE. Tour artist studios and enjoy demonstrations in blacksmithing, ceramics, fine metals, fiber arts, glass, photography, woodworking and weaving. There will be live music, great food, kids activities, a mini craft fair and exhibit. 12 - 5pm. Free. 19 Kuhn Road (Rt. 615).
STEPHANIE TRICK AND PAOLO ALDERIGHI. Husband and wife team play classic jazz piano. 7:30pm. $20. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
AMENDMENTS FOR THE GARDEN. The differences between amendments and fertilizers, and basic calculations to make you a more informed and environmentally-sensible grower. 6:30 - 8:30pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
OWNING NEW JERSEY: HISTORIC TALES OF WAR, PROPERTY DISPUTES & THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. Author Joe Grabas shares his knowledge and expertise in researching land titles and to discuss how to research your own house history. 7 - 9pm. Free. The Bethel at Trinity Park.
STEVE EARLE & THE DUKES. 8pm. $49 - $64. 234 Spring Street.
FISH & CHIP DINNER. Catered by Tastefully British 5 - 7pm. $8, RSVP by 4/3/2019. 666 Macopin Rd.
ANNUAL SPRING NATIVE PLANT SALE . Join us at our annual spring Open GreenHouse. We will have a great selection of native wildflowers, trees, and shrubs. Many of our species are have a deep cultural history - with edible and medicinal uses. Your growers, Rachel and Jared, will be on hand to discuss plantings and answer questions. Our plants are nursery propagated and grown chemical-free from 10am - 4pm. 170 Mountain Rd..
NJ PARANORMAL INVESTIGATORS FUNDRAISER. A night of revelations about three paranormal investigations of this historic home. 7 - 9pm. $20. 17 Steuben Lane.
EILEEN IVERS. Beyond the Bog Road: A Celebration of Americana Music and its Irish Roots. Celtic Fiddle, with Connecting the Roots Band: Accordion, Whistles, Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, Vocals 7:30pm. $21 advance, students free. Clinton Presbyterian Church, 91 Center Street.
LAKE HOPATCONG BLOCK PARTY. Visit the museum or the many vendors who will be at the park, including great food, boats, and demonstrations. 10am - 5pm. Hopatcong State Park, 260 Lakeside Blvd.
D&R CANAL WALK. 6-mile walk, Griggstown to Colonial Park. 10am. 156 Mettlers Road.
ANNUAL WORLD SERIES OF BIRDING. Teams and individuals have up to 24 hours to count as many species as they can identify by sight or sound. Each species seen or heard counts as one. There are four levels of competition. Most teams use the event as a fund-raiser through pledges for an organization, bird club, or favorite conservation organization. Over $500,000 is raised annually by all participants all on behalf of conservation.
MOTHER’S DAY PACKAGE. Bring your mother in for a complete wine tasting with a custom etched Brook Hollow Winery Wine glass, a single rose to express your love and her beauty, and a wine bottle of your(her) choice with custom label with personalized message 12 - 6pm. $29.99. 594 State Highway 94.
MOTHER’S DAY TRADITIONAL DINNER. Under the tents with live music. 12 - 4pm. $35. 783 County Road 519.
GROWING GREAT JERSEY TOMATOES. The fundamentals of selecting, growing, cultivating, harvesting, and enjoying tomatoes in an organic “Jersey” system. Sp 6:30 - 8:30pm. $10. 80 Route 206.
GALA CELEBRATION OF LOCAL FOOD, LOCAL FARMS AND LOCAL HEROES. Feast on appetizers, main courses and desserts created with the finest local ingredients at tasting stations prepared before you by our region’s finest chefs. Let them entertain and inform you with their cooking techniques and tips! Open bar features NJ wines, craft beer and spirits. 6pm. $125. Perona Farms.
BLACK VIOLIN. Classically trained violist and violinist Wil B. and Kev Marcus combine their classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is often described as “classical boom.” 7:30pm. 100 South Street.
ACOUSTIC GETAWAY. A three-day musical mini-vacation featuring three concerts, forty workshops & endless jamming. Performers include Frank Vignola, The Slambovian, Underground , David Roth and many more. $248 inlcudes food, lodging, concerts, workshops and activities. Stony Point Center.
GRAND CANYON ENSEMBLE. The ensemble returns to Raritan River with special guest performers for a program that will highlight music by young composers from the Navajo and Hopi Nations, plus music by Black, Hoover, and others inspired by natural beauty. Harmonica virtuoso Robert Bonfiglio and award-winning flutist Clare Hoffman have dazzled audiences throughout the country. 7:30pm. $21 advance, students free. Prallsville Mills, 33 Risler Street (Route 29).
ANNUAL MEDICINE WHEEL FESTIVAL AND COMMUNITY GARDEN CELEBRATION. The two day fundraising event features an array of live musical and artistic performances, workshops and demonstrations, plant walks, a plant sale, barn sale, bake sale, farmers, crafters & food vendors, gardening workshops, carriage rides, pony rides, a pop up art show, photography contest, and more, all to support the continued growth and preservation of the Medicine Wheel gardens and the historic buildings at Lusscroft Farm. 10am. $7/ children free. 50 Neilson Road. Parking entrance is from 4-H Trail on County Route 519 (by mile marker 81 and the stone gatehouse)..
NEVILLE DICKIE AND THE MIDIRI BROTHERS. 7:30pm. $20. 6 Normandy Heights Rd..
TOUR OF SOMERVILLE CYCLING SERIES. The annual three-day Tour of Somerville Cycling Series culminates every Memorial Day with the fifty-mile Kugler-Anderson race, named in honor of its first winners, Furman Kugler of Somerville (1940, 1941) and Carl Anderson of Clifton (1942). Both men lost their lives during World War II. Furman’s father, Fred “Pop” Kugler, whose strength and skill in his era as a cycling champion were the foundation of the enterprises that informed the rest of his career, advanced the sport of competitive cycling by coaching succeeding generations of cyclists and developing racing bikes. Begun under his direction, the Tour of Somerville has consistently drawn the best racing cyclists in America to the roadways of Somerset County. . Free admission. Main Street.
MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY. Main Street.
SPRING FLING. NPS rangers and park volunteers will provide tours of the general store, Hill House, Trauger House, Depue Cabin, and other historic buildings. Volunteer craftspeople will present demonstrations of spinning, weaving, woodworking and blacksmithing. Nineteenth century games and activities for children will also be available. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a relaxing and fun day. 10 - 4. 12 mi north of Rt 80 at Old Mine Road and Rt 602.
NEWMAN & OLTMAN GUITAR DUO. New Music of the Americas: Compositions from Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, & USA. America’s foremost guitar duo is joined by young Brazilian musical wizards Clarice Assad and João Luiz for a very special festival finale of hot music from throughout the Americas. 7:30pm. $21 advance, students free. Stanton Reformed Church, 1 Stanton Mountain Road (at Route 629).
NA'BODACH, THE BAND. Six fabulous celtic musicians, plus electricity. Enjoy the farm’s delicious foods which are available for purchase; BYOB. 1 - 4pm. Free, resv requested. 369 Stamets Road.
MEMORIAL PICNIC BY THE RIVER. Launch your canoe/kayak at our Delaware River landing. Bring your own blanket and a covered dish to share. Grills & cutlery will be provided. Rain or shine. 12 - 3pm. Ramsaysburg Rd, and Rt 46.
CRAWFISH FESTIVAL. Sussex County Fairgrounds, Rt. 206 & Plains Rd..
THE CRUCIBLE. First produced in 1953, at a time when America was convulsed by a new epidemic of witch-hunting, Arthur Miller’s play brilliantly explores the threshold between individual guilt and mass hysteria, personal spite and collective evil. It is a play that is not only relentlessly suspenseful and vastly moving but that compels readers to fathom their hearts and consciences in ways that only the greatest theater ever can. $22. 69 Elliot St.
BRITISH CAR DAY. Classic British cars showcased on the Museum's historic grounds. 10am - 3pm. $9/ $7 seniors/ $5 ages 6-12. Red Mill, 56 Main St..
SOAP BOX DERBY. Main Street.
SPARTA DAY. Activities and entertainment for the whole family, as well as 100+ vendors and a food plaza. 10am - 4pm. Free. Station Park.
SPRING CRAFT SHOW. A wide variety of handmade items including traditional & country crafts. 10am - 5pm. $4. Routes 206 & 24/513.
SPRING OPEN HOUSE. Two days to celebrate our 50th year: free informative lectures, herb & perennial presentations, as well as tours of our spectacular gardens. Our largest selection of herb plants will be available on this day. Homemade refreshments can be enjoyed by all. Feel free to bring a picnic lunch. 9am - 5pm. Free admission and parking.. 205 Mt. Bethel Rd.
GREENWOOD LAKE AIR SHOW. 1The 1th annual event is fun for the whole family, with a variety of food vendors on the field and entertainment for the children provided. 2 - 9pm. $10 - $139. 126 Airport Road.
MEDICINAL HERB WALK & STORYTELLING. David Winston, renowned herbalist and ethnobotanist, will present an educational walk to locate and identify common medicinal herbs in their native habitat. Learn about the healing properties of nature’s pharmacy, perhaps just beyond your own doorstep. Following the walk, David will share a Cherokee Indian story as we gather around a campfire. 6:30 - 9pm. $45. 205 Mt. Bethel Rd.
ANNUAL CLASSIC CAR SHOW. 10am - 3pm. Routes 206 & 24/513.
ROSE DAY FESTIVAL. The Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden displays thousands of many varieties, both modern and of historic significance. Visitors are invited to stroll through the gardens, enjoying music and live entertainment, meeting local artisans, and indulging in some great food! Roses plants will also be for sale. 11am - 5pm. Free, suggested donation. Mettlers Road.
FREE FISHING DAY. You don’t need a license to fish this Saturday! 605 Pequest Rd..
PARKFEST. Musical entertainmen, author’s alley, local history displays, art show, classic cars, food vendors and more. The Warren County History Museum at Bread Lock Park will be open, with artifacts, displays, and working models on aspects of the county's rich history, from the days of our earliest Lenni Lenape inhabitants, to the Colonial period and the birth of the iron industry in the colonies, to the days of the Morris Canal - when the lock tender's wife baked and sold fresh bread to the passing canal boats, giving Lock No. 7 West its nickname - to Thomas A. Edison's nearby cement industry and the first "concrete mile" of roadway in New Jersey, and much more. Breadlock Park, 2627 Rt. 57.
ADVENTURE RACE. Main Street.
TALKING BASEBALL WITH BOB RYAN & ART SHAMSKY. moderated by Bill Glovin 7 - 9:30pm. $20; $15 for members. 55 Stockton Street.
ANNUAL DELAWARE RIVER SOJOURN. A seven-day guided paddling trip on the wild and scenic Delaware River, combining canoeing/kayaking, camping, educational programs, historical interpretation, and more. Call for fees.
SOLITUDE HOUSE OPEN HOUSE. Solitude House Museum, 7 River Road.
JAKE SHIMABUKURO. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
GREENFEST. Up-cycled and recycled goods vendors, gardening and outdoor groups, environmental preservation exhibitors and related non-profit organizations and vendors. 10am - 3pm. Washington Ave.
FATHER’S DAY BBQ FEAST . Live music, games and fun for the whole family. 12 - 4pm. 783 County Road 519.
JEFFERSON STARSHIP. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
ANNUAL ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC BOAT SHOW. Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club, North Bertrand Road and Willow Street.
ANNUAL WATERLOO CANAL DAY FESTIVAL. Boat rides on the Morris Canal, exhibits on aspects of canal history, walking tours of the village's canal features and of its architectural history. Eight Waterloo Village buildings will be open with historic trades demonstrated at the carpenter, seamstress and blacksmith shops. The recently discovered canal boat exhibit will also be open. There will be live music and food service available. 10am - 4pm. Free. Waterloo Village.
OLD FASHIONED INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION. Celebrate independence in a re-created 19th century agricultural support village. The event includes hands-on activities, craft demonstrations, and a watermelon eating contest. 10am. Old Mine Road & Cty Route 602.
ROCK, RIBS & RIDGES FESTIVAL. Sussex County Fairgrounds, 37 Plains Road.
KUTZTOWN FOLK FESTIVAL. America’s oldest continuing folk life festival offers genuine Pennsylvania German and Early American folk art and crafts by over 200 craftsmen, the largest exhibit and sale of authentic Pennsylvania Dutch quilts in the nation, folk life and folk lore programs, historical reenactments, six stages of continuous entertainment, strolling musicians, a wide array of children’s activities, all-you-can-eat Pennsylvania Dutch dinners, and much more. Kutztown Fairgrounds, 225 N. White Oak St,.
LUSSCROFT DAY. Vendors, equine events, barn sale, displays and more. $5, under 17 Free. Lusscroft Farm, 50 Neilson Road.
WILBUR’S COUNTRY CRAFT FAIR. The 39th summer fair features craftspeople and artists from four states, held in charming country setting. Crafts include, jewelry, pottery, quilting, folk art, dolls. Decorative signs and country wood items, silk and dried flower arrangements, stained glass creations, pillows, toys, children’s clothes, bird houses and much, much, more. 10am - 4:30pm. Free admission and parking. 735 Route 94.
NEWSIES. 114 Greenwich St..
SUN TO SUGAR. Summer’s bounty of delicious fruits and tangy berries, aromatic flowers and pungent foliage, go into our meals and home apothecary. Come by and see how native plants inspire you. Plant sale, free classes 10am - 2pm. 170 Mountain Rd..
QUICKCHEK FESTIVAL OF BALLOONING. Hot air balloons, concerts, arts & crafts, fireworks, balloon glow. Solberg Airport, 39 Thor Solberg Road.
NANCY & SPENCER REED QUARTET. Lively jazz and vocal harmonies. 6pm. Donation suggested.. Ramseyburg Rd, and Rt 46.
WARREN COUNTY FARMERS’ FAIR AND BALLOON FESTIVAL. The annual traditional arts expo, livestock and small animal shows, agricultural exhibits, antique and stock tractor pulls, demolition derbies, mud bogging, crafters, carnival rides, and plenty of food. Admission also includes the annual Hot Air Balloon Festival, with mass balloon ascensions at 6:30 each evening. $7/ $4 ages 5-12. Farmer’s Fairgrounds, Rt. 519 near Stryker’s Rd..
NEW JERSEY STATE FAIR / SUSSEX COUNTY FARM AND HORSE SHOW. This ten day event, NJ’S Largest Agricultural Fair, features agricultural events and education, animals, exhibits, horse shows, carnival, petting zoo, vendors, craft tent, flower and vegetable shows, art, photography, 4-H, chainsaw artist and auction, fair food, free entertainment and much more! $14/ $6 ages 6-12/ $10 Senior. Sussex County Fairgrounds, Rt. 206 & Plains Rd..
TAB BENOIT. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.
UKULELE FESTIVAL. Concerts, workshops, vendors, open mics, jams and more! This festival will interest long-time uke players, beginning uke players and anyone who has ever been curious about the instrument. Ukrainian American Cultural Center of New Jersey, 60C North Jefferson Road.
THIRD ANNUAL CANJAM. Two bands as well as a variety of vendors to raise money for the American Cancer Society. 3pm. Hunter's Lodge, 64 Route 46.
35TH ANNUAL SCANDINAVIAN FEST. Heritage festival celebrating the cultures of Scandinavia: food, crafts, 6 stages & contest field of entertainment, music, dancing, folkdress, special kids' program, artisans, encampments, Vikings (limited pillage & ravaging). 10am - 6pm. $11 adv sale, $14 at gate. Vasa Park, 1 Wolfe Rd.
FALL OPEN GREENHOUSE. A great selection of native wildflowers, trees, and shrubs. Many of our species are have a deep cultural history – with edible and medicinal uses. Your growers, Rachel and Jared, will be on hand to discuss plantings and answer questions. Our plants are nursery propagated and grown chemical-free from locally collected wild seeds. 10am - 4pm. Register for directions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FESTIVAL IN THE BOROUGH. Warren County’s largest music and street festival features three stages of entertainment with an array of musical genres, vendors, children's activities, rides, an assortment of food. 11am - 10pm. Free.
MILLBROOK DAYS. All aspects of pioneer life are demonstrated by skilled and dedicated docents throughout the re-created 1800s community. Enjoy hands-on activities and demonstrations of agricultural and domestic skills and crafts from late 19th Century America. 10 - 5. 12 mi north of Rt 80 at Old Mine Road and Rt 602.
WILBUR’S COUNTRY CRAFT FAIR. The 39th autumn fair features craftspeople and artists from four states, held in charming country setting. Crafts include, jewelry, pottery, quilting, folk art, dolls. Decorative signs and country wood items, silk and dried flower arrangements, stained glass creations, pillows, toys, children’s clothes, bird houses and much, much, more. 10am - 4:30pm. Free admission and parking. 735 Route 94.
WARREN COUNTY PRESERVATION DAY. Explore the White Lake Natural Resource Areaand learn about similar sites and programs in Warren County. 10am - 4pm. Free.
ANNUAL PETERS VALLEY CRAFT FAIR. A juried show of exhibitors, who are each selected for excellence and originality in twelve different media. 10 - 6pm. $9. Sussex County Fairgrounds, Plains Rd..
SWEENEY TODD. 114 Greenwich St..
RIVERSIDE FALL FESTIVAL. Activities will include: a Civil War camp reenactment with the 15th New Jersey Company E; apple tastings; apple press; tours of the historic buildings; self-guided scenic walks along the interpretive trail and Delaware River. Humpty Juniors will be offering tasty, seasonal refreshments. 10am - 4pm. Route 46 and Ramsaysburg Road on the Delaware.
WINE TASTING ON THE MUSKY. A scenic afternoon with fine wines, local beers, and live music. 2 - 5pm. Warren County Rod and Gun Club, 279 Asbury Bloomsbury Rd..
BENEFIT BARN SALE. Two Barns filled with furniture, toys, home/garden items, used books, tools, sporting goods, and miscellaneous treasures. 10am - 3pm. Free. 50 Neilson Road.
ANNUAL AUTUMN LEAVES HIKE . Educational and scenic hike for casual and novice hikers. 2 - 3:30pm. Free. 50 Neilson Road.
OCTIVITIES. Village buildings will be open with self-guided tours and historic demonstrations, and a variety of seasonal crafts. Free. Millbrook Village, Old Mine Road & Cty Route 602.
FREE FISHING DAY. You don’t need a license to fish this Saturday! 605 Pequest Rd..
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE BENEFIT FUNDRAISER. Get in the holiday spirit shopping, enjoying music, and exploring three historic buildings at Lusscroft Farm - the Turner Mansion, the "Christmas Cottage" Manager's Home, and the Carriage House/Garage. All three buildings will be festively decorated and filled with interesting vendors, live music and special performances, history displays, food, the Lusscroft Gift Shop, a bake sale, the Gingerbread Contest Display, and more! Horse drawn carriage rides add to the festivities. A schedule of performances will be posted at lusscroftfarm.org. Proceeds are for ongoing restoration efforts at this historic farm. Presented by the Heritage and Agriculture Association in cooperation with the NJ DEP/Division of Parks and Forestry. Sat., 10am-4pm, Sun., 10am-3pm $5, under 17 Free. Lusscroft Farm, 50 Neilson Road.
VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS. Historic homes will be decorated for Christmas in the Victorian style while costumed guides prepare holiday meals over woodstoves and open hearths, and craftsmen ply their trades. Hands-on activities, old fashioned toys, games, and crafts will be offered for children from 11am-4pm. An old fashion Christmas service and carol singing will be held in the Millbrook Church at 5pm Sunday evening. Free. Old Mine Road & Cty Route 602.
CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY. Music, refreshments and tree lighting at Ramsaysburg Homestead Historic Site. 1 - 3pm. Route 46 and Ramseyburg Road.
A CHRISTMAS STORY. 114 Greenwich St..