Events and Activities in Northwest New Jersey

Upcoming events forward from May, 2017

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May 2; Far Hills

GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP. Alternative approaches to landscape and flower photography. 9 - 11:30am. $35. 11 Layton Rd.

Leonard J. Buck Garden; 908/234-2677

May 4; Morristown

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA. Wynton Marsalis and fifteen of today’s finest jazz soloists and ensemble players 8pm. 100 South Street.

Mayo Performing Arts Center; 973/539-8008

May 5; Allamuchy

CINCO DE MAYO COMEDY SHOW. Enjoy chips and salsa and a cash bar while you laugh out loud with the talented entertainers. 7pm. $25. 1686 Route 517.

Rutherfurd Hall; 908/852-1894

May 5-7; Blairstown

INTRODUCTION TO BACKPACKING. This hands-on skill development course will prepare you for an overnight trek. Meals included. $156. 50 Camp Rd.

Mohican Outdoor Center; 908/362-5670

May 5-7; Hackettstown

ANNUAL SPRING FESTIVAL. Amusements, entertainment, food and games, business show. 12 - 10pm. Free!. Hatchery Hill Field/Centenary University, Reece and 5th Avenue.

Hackettstown BID; 908/835-9200

May 6; Clinton

DAY AT THE RACES. Kentucky Derby Party benefits the Red Mill. Red Mill, 56 Main St..

Red Mill Museum Village; 908/735-4101

May 6; Newton

10,000 MANIACS. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

May 6; Pohatcong

SPRING OPEN GREENHOUSE. Visit our native plant nursery and farm in the height of spring planting season. Join us for a behind-the-scenes nursery and farm tour. 10am - 4pm. Register for directions: rachel@wildridgeplants.com.

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

May 6; Statewide

NJ Audubon Society; 908/766-5787

May 6; Stockton

NEWMAN & OLTMAN GUITAR DUO. Edward, Virginia, and Diana Brewer (harpsichord, oboe, soprano) Raman Ramakrishnan, cello Soclair on the Delware: A Tribute to the Artistry of the Soclair Music Festival 7:30pm - 9:30. Advance $21. Prallsville Mills, 22 Risler Street (Route 29).

Raritan River Music Festival; 908/213-1100

May 6-7; Morristown

The Frelinghuysen Arboretum; 973/326-7601

May 6-7; North Branch

BEND BEND. Using shadow and projection, theatre artist Kimi Maeda retells the story of her father and Noguchi, both of whom were incarcerated in a camp in Poston, Arizona. Rt. 28 and Lamington Road.

The Theatre at RVCC; 908/725-3420

May 6-7; Ringwood

Skylands Botanical Gardens; 973/962-9534

May 7; Belvidere

FOOD TRUCK EVENT. All you can eat from four of best food trucks in New Jersey. Wine tasting and wine by the glass and bottle will be available. Reservations are required! 1 - 4pm. 783 County Road 519.

Four Sisters Winery; 908/475-3671

May 7; Franklin

Franklin Mineral Museum; 973/827-3481

May 7; Layton

Peters Valley Crafts Center; 973/948-5200

May 7; Stanton

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ICE CREAM MAKING. Documented flavors of the 18th century will be reproduced using original recipes. 1 - 4pm. Free, donations welcome. Bouman-Stickney Farmstead, 114 Dreahook Road.

Readington Museums; 908/236-2327

May 8; Belvidere

TURF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT. Learn all of the science on how to care for your lawn in a sustainable way and save money on lawn care supplies and chemicals 10 - 11:30am. $10. County Admin Building, 165 CR 519 South.

Rutgers Cooperative Extension; 908/475-6507

May 11; Newton

YNGWIE MALMSTEEN. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

May 11; West Milford

FISH N CHIP DINNER. Fire company benefit. 5 - 7pm. 666 Macopin Rd.

Apshawa Volunteer Fire Co. Auxiliary; 201/306-1170

May 12; Morristown

GUGU DRUM GROUP FROM SHANGHAI. 7:30pm. 100 South Street.

Mayo Performing Arts Center; 973/539-8008

May 13; Hopatcong

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.

Lake Hopatcong Foundation; 973/663-2500

May 13; Newton

TIMOTHY B SCHMIT. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

May 13; Stanton

ADAM TULLY TRIO. 100 Years of Tango: New Tango Sounds Direct from Buenos Aires 7:30pm - 9:30. $21 (adv). Stanton Reformed Church, 1 Stanton Mountain Road (at Route 629).

Raritan River Music Festival; 908/213-1100

May 14; Belvidere

MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH. Under the tents with live music. 12 - 4pm. 783 County Road 519.

Four Sisters Winery; 908/475-3671

May 20; Andover

HUDSON FARM SPRING CHARITY HIKE. Hike trails at Hudson Farm to benefit Hopatcong's local serivce organizations. 270 Stanhope-Sparta Rd.

Hudson Farm Club; 973/398-4330

May 20; Blairstown

JAMES MADDOCK. 8pm. $25 - $30. 30 Main Street.

Roy’s Hall; 908/362-1399

May 20; Clinton

ABENDMUSIK. Music for Baroque Violins and Violas da Gamba) Coprario’s Music: Ensembles from the Time after Queen Elizabeth I 7:30pm - 9:30. $21 (adv). Clinton Presbyterian Church, 91 Center Street.

Raritan River Music Festival; 908/213-1100

May 20; Washington

SCI-FI FANTASY DAY. Fans of science fiction, fantasy, anime and manga gather to participate in games, contests, shop and to meet experts, famous personalities, and each other. Washington Ave.

Washington Business Improvement District; 908/689-4800

May 20-21; Wantage

Lusscroft Farm; 862/268-1557

May 21; Harmony

WARREN COUNTY PRESERVATION DAY. Explore the Van Nest Hoff-Vannatta Farmstead and learn about similar sites and programs in Warren County. 10am - 4pm. Free. 3026 Belvidere Road (Rt. 519).

Warren County Dept. Land Preservation; 908/453-2650

May 21; Newton

OAK RIDGE BOYS. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

May 22; Somerset

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May 23; Far Hills

CREATING A BUTTERFLY GARDEN. Plan a butterfly paradise that will attract Monarch butterflies that will only lay eggs on milkweed and black swallowtails that prefer plants in the carrot family. 9 - 11:30am. $15, preregistration. 11 Layton Rd.

Leonard J. Buck Garden; 908/234-2677

May 24; Blairstown

SHANNON MCNALLY. 8pm. $25 - $30. 30 Main Street.

Roy’s Hall; 908/362-1399

May 24; Bloomsbury

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

May 26-29; Somerville

Tour of Somerville; 908/725-7223 x13

May 27; Millbrook Village

Millbrook Village Society/National Park Service; 908/496-4458

May 27; Stewartsville

BEETHOVEN BANQUET. Thomas Sauer, piano Grace Park, violin Karen Ouzounian, cello 7:30pm - 9:30. $21 (adv). Old Greenwich Presbyterian Church 17 Greenwich Church Road (at Route 173).

Raritan River Music Festival; 908/213-1100

May 27-28; East Stroudsburg

SHAWNEE CELTIC FESTIVAL. Non-stop Celtic music, working sheep dogs, Irish step dancers, and a variety of Celtic craft and food vendors. 11am - 5pm. $12-15. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain; 570/421-7231

May 29; Columbia

MEMORIAL PICNIC BY THE RIVER. Music, tours, BYO picnic at the Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead along the Delaware River. Ramsaysburg Rd, and Rt 46.

Knowlton Twp Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

June 2-4; Blairstown

FAMILY ADVENTURE GETAWAY. Kids stay and eat for FREE! Crafts, games, swimming & more. Lodging and meals included. $203. 50 Camp Rd.

Mohican Outdoor Center; 908/362-5670

June 3; Bernardsville

NATIVE PLANT SALE. Turn your backyard into a haven for wildlife. 9am - 4pm. 11 Hardscrabble Road .

Scherman-Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary; 908/396-7409

June 3; Blairstown

ART IN PROGRESS. Artists from the gallery demonstrate their work. 23 Main Street.

Gallery 23; 908/362-6865

June 3; Hackettstown

A TASTING EXPERIENCE. Wine, whiskey, beer & food festival. 7 - 10pm. $35. 159 Liberty Street.

Church of the Assumption; 908/852-3320

June 3-4; Augusta

CRAWFISH FESTIVAL. Sussex County Fairgrounds, Rt. 206 & Plains Rd..

MVA Productions; 973/948-5500

June 3-4; Chester

SPRING CRAFT SHOW. A wide variety of handmade items including traditional & country crafts. 10am - 5pm. $4. Routes 206 & 24/513.

Chester Business Association; 908/223-2665

June 3-4; Oxford

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..

Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural Resource Education Center ; 908/637-4125

June 4; Clinton

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..

Red Mill Museum Village; 908/735-4101

June 8; Mendham

Schiff Nature Preserve; 973/543-6004

June 9; Newton

BRAND X. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

June 10; Budd Lake

Skylands Songwriter's Guild;

June 10; Franklin Township

Colonial Park; 732/873-2459

June 10; Hackettstown

SPRING CONCERT. Brahms, Holst, Haydn, Korsakov, Adam Free. First Presbyterian Church, 298 Main Street.

Stone Soup Symphony;

June 10; Washington

JUICE AND JAZZ IN THE PARK. Guitarist, singer/songwriter Brandon Broderick, the Firth Youth Center Twirlers, food. 4 - 7pm.

Lavender Hills Education; 973/335-7080

June 11; Belvidere

FOOD TRUCK EVENT. All you can eat from four of best food trucks in New Jersey. Wine tasting and wine by the glass and bottle will be available. Reservations are required! 1 - 4pm. 783 County Road 519.

Four Sisters Winery; 908/475-3671

June 11; Newton

FAIRVIEW TRAIL RUN 5K. Course goes through our beautiful 660 acre property and is open to runners of all ages. We will have chip timing, refreshments and great prizes. 1 - 5pm. $25. 1035 Fairview Lake Road.

Fairview Lake Camp & Conference Center; 973/383-9282

June 16; Augusta

Sussex County Fairgrounds,; 973/383-9713

June 17; Columbia

Knowlton Twp Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

June 17; Newton

BLOOD SWEAT AND TEARS. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

June 17-23; Delaware River

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.

Delaware River Sojourn; 646/205-2724

June 18; Belvidere

FATHER’S DAY BBQ . Pulled pork, pork ribs, and chicken with baked beans, coleslaw, baked potato’s, salad, bread and dessert. Live music, games and fun for the whole family. 12 - 4pm. 783 County Road 519.

Four Sisters Winery; 908/475-3671

June 24; Columbia

CONCERT IN THE BARN. 6pm. Free. Ramsaysburg Rd, and Rt 46.

Knowlton Twp Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

June 24; Finesville

POHATCONG GARDEN TOUR. $25 / $55 winery train.

Pohatcong Township Historic Preservation Commission; 908/387-1493

June 24; Millbrook 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.

Millbrook Village Society/National Park Service ; 570/426-2430

June 24; Mount Arlington

ANNUAL ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC BOAT SHOW. Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club, North Bertrand Road and Willow Street.

Lake Hopatcong Antique and Classic Boat Society;

June 24; Newton

RICKY SKAGGS & KENTUCKY THUNDER. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

June 24; Stanhope

Canal Society of New Jersey; 973/292-2755

June 24; Washington

CAR AND TRUCK SHOW. Vehicles of all types dating back as far as the 1920s. A host of vendors will participate in the Green Fair, which will also include special activities and demonstrations. Washington Ave.

Washington Business Improvement District; 908/689-4800

June 24-25; Augusta

ROCK, RIBS & RIDGES FESTIVAL. Sussex County Fairgrounds, 37 Plains Road.

Rock, Ribs and Ridges; 973/882-8240

June 25; Clinton

AGRO-INDUSTRY DAY. Red Mill, 56 Main St..

Red Mill Museum Village; 908/735-4101

June 25; Ringwood

Highlands Nature Friends; 973/835-2160

June 25; Sparta

SPARTA MUD RUN. Get muddy. Run hard. Climb obstacles. Have fun. Awards for top finishers 3:30 - 6pm. $25. Rt 15 & 385 Houses Corner Rd.

Sparta Evangelical Free Church; 973/300-1717

July 1-9; Kutztown, PA

Kutztown Folk Festival; 610/683-1537

July 3; East Stroudsburg

SHAWNEE FIREWORKS DISPLAY. Bring your own chair or blankets for great slopeside seating. The fireworks will be at dusk. 7 - 10pm. $10 per car load. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain Ski Area; 570/421-7231

July 7; Newton

LEE ROCKER. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

July 8-9; Newton

Wilbur’s Country Store; 908/362-8833

July 9; Belvidere

FOOD TRUCK EVENT. All you can eat from four of best food trucks in New Jersey. Wine tasting and wine by the glass and bottle will be available. Reservations are required! 1 - 4pm. 783 County Road 519.

Four Sisters Winery; 908/475-3671

July 15; Chester

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

July 15; Franklin Township

ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY. Lectures, workshops, plants, music and refreshments. 11am - 3pm. $3 suggested donation. Mettlers Road.

Colonial Park; 732/873-2459

July 15; Hackettstown

DRIVE - A TRIBUTE TO THE CARS. Summer Jamfest 8pm. $27.50. Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..

Centenary Stage Company; 908/979-0900

July 15; Newton

GARY PUCKETT & THE UNION GAP. 8pm. 234 Spring Street.

The Newton Theatre; 973/383-3700

July 21; Far Hills

SECRET LIFE OF TREES. Learn how to figure out the age of a tree, which trees offer food and shelter to wildlife, and more. 10 - 11:30am. $15, preregistration. 11 Layton Rd.

Leonard J. Buck Garden; 908/234-2677

July 21; Stanton

ART IN FOOD AND FOOD IN ART. Talk on food and drink seen in the seventeenth century Dutch Masters and their relevance to the American kitchen today 7 - 8pm. $5. Bouman-Stickney Farmstead, 114 Dreahook Road.

Readington Museums; 908/236-2327

July 22; Hackettstown

DOO WAH RIDERS. Summer Jamfest, high energy country with a cajun twist. 8pm. $30. Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..

Centenary Stage Company; 908/979-0900

July 22-23; East Stroudsburg

POCONOS' WURST FESTIVAL. With both Polish and German themes, the event will feature 3 stages of music, traditional costumed dance performances, kids area and more. 11am - 5pm. $12-$15. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain Ski Area; 570/421-7231

July 23; Ringwood

BIRDING FOR BEGINNERS WALK AND TALK. Bergen County Audubon Society 150 Snake Den Road .

The New Weis Center; 973/835-2160

July 29; Columbia

CONCERT IN THE BARN. 6pm. Free. Ramsaysburg Rd, and Rt 46.

Knowlton Twp Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

July 29; Hackettstown

THE BRITISH INVASION. Summer Jamfest. 8pm. $27.50. Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..

Centenary Stage Company; 908/979-0900

July 29-5; Harmony

Warren County Farmer’s Fair; 908/859-6563, www.warrencountyfarmersfair.org

August 4-13; Augusta

New Jersey State Fair; 973/948-5500

August 5; Blairstown

TOUR DE BLAIRSTOWN. Rolling hills, farmland vistas, the Appalachian Ridge, Paulinskill Valley Rail Trail, and a town of proud heritage and robust rural flavor all come together in one tremendous cycling event.

Foodshed Alliance;

August 5; Hackettstown

PEACHERINE RAGTIME SOCIETY ORCHESTRA. Summer Jamfest. The ensemble underscores a selection of silent films, including One AM with Charlie Chaplin, Cops with Buster Keaton & Big Business with Laurel and Hardy. 8pm. $27.50. Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..

Centenary Stage Company; 908/979-0900

August 7-8; East Stroudsburg

AUTUMN TIMBER FESTIVAL. Lumberjack competitions, blacksmith demos by Jim Doherty, saw mill demos, chainsaw sculptures, K-9 dog shows, live music, children’s activities and food & craft vendors galore. 11am - 5pm. $12-$15. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain Ski Area; 570/421-7231

August 12; Hackettstown

DR. KS MOTOWN REVUE. Summer Jamfest. 8pm. $27.50. Sitnik Theater of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave..

Centenary Stage Company; 908/979-0900

August 12-13; East Stroudsburg

SWEET CORN & BBQ FESTIVAL. Non-stop live entertainment with a Country and Western theme, country line dancing, magic shows, corn eating contest. 11am - 5pm. $8-$10. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain; 570/421-7231

August 17; Mendham

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

August 18; Stanton

NJ DINERS. Michael Gabriele will share his experience with the research behind his recent book, Diners in NJ. 7 - 8pm. $5. Bouman-Stickney Farmstead, 114 Dreahook Road.

Readington Museums; 908/236-2327

August 20; Ringwood

MUSHROOM FORAY. A guide from NJ Mycological Association will conduct a walk to search for mushrooms, followed by an identification session at the picnic tables 10am. 150 Snake Den Road .

The New Weis Center; 973/835-2160

August 26; Columbia

CONCERT IN THE BARN. 6pm. Free. Ramsaysburg Rd, and Rt 46.

Knowlton Twp Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

September 2-3; East Stroudsburg

POCONO GARLIC FESTIVAL. Over 60 vendors, garlic eating contest, cooking contests, Peters Valley Artisan tent & more. 11am - 5pm. $8.50-$12.50. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain Ski Area & Pocono Garlic Growers Association; 570/421-7231

September 3; Budd Lake

33ND ANNUAL SCANDINAVIAN FEST. Heritage festival celebrating Nordic/Scandinavian cultures:foods, entertainment, reenactors, handcrafts & gifts, kids'events, demonstrating artisans, Vikings (limited pillage & ravaging), talks, and the 8th annual all-Jersey wife-carry contest! 10am - 6pm. $11, $13, $14. Vasa Park, 1 Wolfe Rd.

Scandinavian Fest, Inc; 610/417-1483

September 9-10; Belvidere

Belvidere Victorian Days; 908/310-4283 or email daysvictorian@aol.com

September 9-10; Chester

Historic Chester Village; 908/879-2900

September 10; Stanton

PICKLING DEMO. Susan McLellan Plaisted will  demonstrate 18th century skills for pickling 1 - 4pm. Free, donations welcome. Bouman-Stickney Farmstead, 114 Dreahook Road.

Readington Museums; 908/236-2327

September 16; Pohatcong

FALL OPEN GREENHOUSE. Behind-the-scenes nursery and farm tour and a special discount on native wildflowers, shrubs, grasses, and more. 10am - 4pm. Register for directions: rachel@wildridgeplants.com.

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

September 16-17; Millbrook Village

Millbrook Village Society/National Park Service; 908/496-4458

September 16-17; Newton

Wilbur’s Country Store; 908/362-8833

September 23; Mount Tabor

Mount Tabor Historical Society; 973/975-0001

September 23; Washington

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.

Washington Business Improvement District; 908/689-4800

September 23-24; Augusta

ANNUAL PETERS VALLEY CRAFT FAIR. Beautiful American Craft made by 150+ exhibiting artists from across the country. This 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..

Peters Valley Crafts Center; 973/948-5200

September 23-24; Franklin

61ST ANNUAL FRANKLIN-STERLING HILL GEM AND MINERAL SHOW. Dealers, gems, jewelry, minerals, fossils, stone carvings, lectures, literature, fluorescent mineral exhibits, mineral collecting, museum tours and the traditional swap/sell. $7/ $4 ages 6-16. Franklin School, Washington Ave..

Franklin Mineral Museum; 973/827-3481

October 1; Basking Ridge

Environmental Education Center; 908/766-2489

October 1; Wantage

ANNUAL AUTUMN LEAVES HIKE . Guided group hike. Pre-register with leader, Kevin Mitchell, at kmitchel@ptd.net. 2 - 3:30pm. Free. 50 Neilson Road.

Friends of Lusscroft Farm; 973/702-2289

October 14; Hopewell

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

October 14-15; Chester

CHESTER'S 34TH ANNUAL HARVEST CELEBRATION. Enjoy this free two-day event with live entertainment, games, pumpkin carving, antique car show, apple press. Don’t miss the Soup and Chili chef competition on Saturday! 11 - 5. Free. Routes 206 & 24/513.

Historic Chester Village; 973/223-2665

October 14-15; East Stroudsburg

POCONO FOOD TRUCK & ART FESTIVAL. 11am - 5pm. $8-$10. 401 Hollow Road.

Shawnee Mountain Ski Area; 570/421-7231

October 15; Delaware

RIVERSIDE FALL FESTIVAL. Music, storytelling by the campfire, pumpkin painting, corn husk dolls, wine tasting, tours of the Ramsaysburg Homestead historic site, refreshments. 1 - 3pm. Route 46 and Ramsaysburg Road.

Knowlton Township Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

October 21; Finesville

HISTORIC HOUSE TOUR FOR POHATCONG TOWNSHIP. Explore an eclectic mix of stone and clapboard structures dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. 10 - 4. $25 / $55 winery train. Alba Vineyard, 269 Route 627.

Pohatcong Township Historic Preservation Commission; 908/387-1493

October 21; Millbrook

OCTIVITIES. Village buildings will be open with self-guided tours and historic demonstrations, and a variety of seasonal crafts. Free. Old Mine Road & Cty Route 602.

National Park Service; 570/426-2452

October 24; Far Hills

FLOWER & LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP. Autumnal brilliance 9 - 11:30am. $15, preregistration. 11 Layton Rd.

Leonard J. Buck Garden; 908/234-2677

November 5; Far Hills

Leonard J. Buck Garden; 908/234-2677

November 5; Stanton

SMOKEHOUSE DEMONSTRATION. 1 - 4pm. Free, donations welcome. Bouman-Stickney Farmstead, 114 Dreahook Road.

Readington Museums; 908/236-2327

November 18; Morristown

Wild Ridge Plants; 908/319-7230

December 2-3; Millbrook

Millbrook Village Society/National Park Service ; 973/875-3461

December 2-3; Wantage

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE BENEFIT FUNDRAISER. Explore the Turner Mansion & Manager's Dwelling, festively decorated and filled with vendors, farmers, a bake sale, and a gift shop. Proceeds for ongoing restoration efforts at this historic farm. 10am - 3pm. $5, under 17 Free. Lusscroft Farm, 50 Neilson Road.

Friends of Lusscroft Farm; 973/271-6771

December 3; Stanton

DUTCH CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE. Open hearth cooking, colonial musicians and Sinterklass 1 - 4pm. Free, donations welcome. Bouman-Stickney Farmstead, 114 Dreahook Road.

Readington Museums; 908/236-2327

December 10; Delaware

CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY. Music, refreshments and tree lighting at Ramsaysburg Homestead Historic Site. 1 - 3pm. Route 46 and Ramseyburg Road.

Knowlton Township Historic Commission; 908/475-5352

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