Easter Events
Posted 2 weeks ago

by Lauren Rooney

If you are wondering what to do with the family to celebrate Easter fret no more!  Below is…

Hunterdon County Easter Guide 2014
World's Largest Mittens
Posted 2 months ago

By Kara Seymour

If giants existed, Jeffrey Meier would have the perfect pair of bright blue cable knit mittens for them.

Meier,…

World’s Largest Mittens on Display at Lambert…
Don’t Toss It Art Exhibit
Posted 3 months ago

The gallery at Don’t Toss It, a locally owned and operated creative reuse marketplace, boutique and gallery located in the Spoke Works…

Don’t Toss It Art Exhibit Features the Works …
Local Olympians
Posted 3 months ago

The 2014 Winter Games are just around the corner, kicking off with opening ceremonies on February 7th. A couple of…

Local Olympians: Sochi 2014
Dining Spotlight
Posted 3 months ago

“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are…

A Dining Experience Not to Pass Up
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Mad for Shad: Shadfest 2014

Mad for Shad: Shadfest 2014

by Hope Kumor Spring has sprung, but it’s time for the 33rd annual Shad Festival on April 26th & 27th. Admission is free, and Hunterdon County’s favorite fish – the Shad! – will be in attendance. Hunterdon County’s favorite outdoor festival of the year runs from 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. And is filled with all kinds […]

Happening Homes: Famous Hunterdon-ite Lists Frenchtown Home for Sale

Happening Homes: Famous Hunterdon-ite Lists Frenchtown Home for Sale

Would you like to live like an international bestselling author? Or perhaps you’ve just wondered what such a successful person lives like? Well, here’s your chance. Elizabeth Gilbert- the author of the widely successful book “Eat, Pray, Love” and more recently, “The Signature of All Things” - just listed her renovated “four-over-four” Italianate Victorian house from 1869. Liz brings […]

Happening People: Elizabeth Gilbert’s Ted Talk

Happening People: Elizabeth Gilbert’s Ted Talk

Many talented painters, sculptors, writers, chefs, & other artistic souls find their homes in Hunterdon County.  One of the most notable among them is Elizabeth Gilbert – the Frenchtown resident, shop owner, & famed author of the mega-successful book Eat, Pray, Love, who you recently voted one of your favorite famous Hunterdon-ites. Over 8 million people […]

The Grumbling Gryphons Children's Theater Group will be featured in "HAM It Up!" a Hunterdon Art Museum outdoor event event art and drama workshops, a stilt-walking juggler, a play and a parade.

‘HAM It Up’ This Spring

The Hunterdon Art Museum is inviting everyone to “HAM It Up” at its free outdoor arts celebration on Sunday, May 4 beginning at 12:30 p.m. “HAM It Up!” lets children get in on the act by performing on stage with the Grumbling Gryphons Children’s Theater in The Ghost Net: An Environmental Musical of the Sea. […]

Miss Money Funny: Gifts without the Guilt

Miss Money Funny: Gifts without the Guilt

by Allison M. Komyanek  Why is Christmas referred to as “the season of giving” when, in reality, the buying never seems to end? With Birthdays, showers, weddings, graduations, births, anniversaries…the list of gift giving occasions goes on and on. So, how does someone on a tight budget give presents to so many different people for so many different special […]

Real Estate Round-up: Hunterdon County Open House Guide brought to you by Glenn M. Davis of Guaranteed Rate

Real Estate Round-up: Hunterdon County Open House Guide brought to you by Glenn M. Davis of Guaranteed Rate

Looking for a place to call home in Hunterdon County? We’ve got you covered! Check out a selection of must-see homes in Hunterdon Happening’s Open House Guide, brought to you by Glenn M. Davis of Guaranteed Rate:   South Hunterdon A 4 Beds, 3.5 Baths home with 3,055 Sqft. Location: 2 Woodens Ln, Lambertville, NJ […]

unArmed and Fabulous: Statement & Stacking Bracelets From Diana Vincent

unArmed and Fabulous: Statement & Stacking Bracelets From Diana Vincent

As the weather warms up we’re getting ready to bare all – and our wrists are feeling a little lonely. After being hidden under wooly sweaters all winter long, it’s time to get armed and fabulous! Don’t you love when the sun catches your bracelet and it gets your gemstones sparkling? It’s the sure-fire way […]

Hunterdon County Easter Guide 2014

Hunterdon County Easter Guide 2014

by Lauren Rooney If you are wondering what to do with the family to celebrate Easter fret no more!  Below is a guide to all of the Easter happenings in and around Hunterton this year. Valley Crest Farm and Preserve Lithuanian Easter Egg Decorating workshop. April 11th, 12th, and 19th, 14 Allerton Road, Lebanon, NJ […]

6 Happening Hunterdon-ites

6 Happening Hunterdon-ites

The Hunterdon County YMCA recently honored 6 volunteers at its 2014 Volunteer Recognition Event on March 26 at Stanton Ridge Golf Club. Meet these Happening Hunterdon-ites: Justin Lax of Philadelphia, PA and Patrick Cecilian of Brooklyn received the Bowden, Byrnes, McCormick Dedication Award for financial development. Justin and Patrick produced a video for the Hunterdon […]

16-18 mile journey from sunset to sunrise

Happening People: Gail Seckrettar to Walk Overnight

According to  American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s (AFSP), someone dies every 13.7 minutes from suicide. Gail Seckrettar of Flemington’s All Elements Yoga will participate in the AFSP’s Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk on June 28-29. This 16-18 mile journey in Philadelphia will raise funds and awareness for suicide prevention. “Part of my work as […]