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Jun
24
Sat
Stockton Market
Jun 24 @ 6:00 am – 12:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.




Golden Nugget’s Art on the Boardwalk
Jun 24 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Golden Nugget is a 50-year-old Lambertville institution that is open year round. Since 1967, the Golden Nugget has been a “gold mine” for finding antiques, collectibles, art and more.

Collectible art of all kinds has been an indispensable ingredient for decades at the Golden Nugget. What better than to introduce an exclusive Artist’s Outdoor Studio space at this iconic collectors enclave?

Every week, thousands of savvy antique-hunters and bargain-browsers visit the Golden Nugget to find an enormous variety of just about anything and everything old or “new-again”. We are the East Coast’s premier market for vintage and retro items such as furniture & home decor, paintings, clothing, jewelry, Victorian collectibles, sports memorabilia, model trains, books, dolls, arts & crafts, toys & games, lamps, pottery, comic books, vinyl albums, clocks, watches, glass, china, porcelain, garden items, coins, stamps, art deco, hardware and everything else imaginable that is antique or collectible.

Besides looking for the perfect gift for family or friends, one of the main reasons people shop here is to find decorative items for their homes. Lately, the crowd of buyers includes the faces of a younger and diverse group of people. Young adults are frequenting the Golden Nugget looking to blend store-bought items with a bit of their own nostalgia to create an eclectic mix of styles that reflect who they are now, as well as where they came from. It’s not unusual to find your next family heirloom here.

Aside from our unique merchandise mix, our market is enhanced by the friendly dealers who come weekly (some for over 30 years!) to sell a variety of wares.  Stroll around and take the time to browse through the incredible variety of merchandise and strike up a conversation with the dealers. Enjoy yourself!




Tai Chi
Jun 24 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am

Tai Chi is held every Saturday morning from 8:00am to 9:30am at Flemington DIY, 90 Main Street in Fleminton, NJ.




Stangl Farmer’s Market
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Grab your gourds and apple cider at the Stangl Farmer’s Market




The Glen Gardner Women’s Club Town Wide Garage Sale and The Orthodox Church of St. Gregory Palamas Luncheon
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
The Glen Gardner Women’s Club and The Orthodox Church of St. Gregory Palamas announce a Town-Wide Yard Sale and church luncheon on Saturday, June 24 from 9-3. The event is rain or shine!
Come spend a day in our quaint country town, find bargains and treasures. Stop by St. Gregory Palamas Church at 5 Church St just off of Main Street in Glen Gardner to pick up a map of the sale locations. The Sisterhood will be serving lunch from 11-2 pm. Home baked goods will be also be available.
For residents, registration includes a listing of your sale on the distributed map and official sale signage. The signage will be available to pick-up at Glen Gardner Borough town hall 2 weeks prior to the sale, but please call ahead to make sure someone is in the office: 908 537-4748, or signs may be delivered to your home by request, contact [email protected]
The cost to have a sale is $10 per household, if paid by June 16th (to be included on the map), or $15 after June 16th.
To register visit http://www.glengardnernj.org, fill out the registration form, make checks payable to: Glen Gardner Women’s Club, mail both to:5 Church Street, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826. The Orthodox Church of Saint Gregory Palamas. Registration forms will also be available at Town Hall.
Any questions please email: [email protected]



Two Mills Plein Air
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Enjoy a fun day painting outdoors when the Hunterdon Art Museum and the Red Mill Museum Village team up to sponsor the third annual Two Mills Plein Air Day on Saturday, June 24.

Artists of all skill levels can paint en plein air at one of New Jersey’s most scenic sites along the South Branch of the Raritan River. Artists are welcome to work with watercolors, pastels, charcoal or any other media.

The daylong event starts at 9 a.m. with light refreshments, and concludes with a wine-and-cheese reception on HAM’s Toshiko Takaezu Terrace at 4 p.m.

One artist’s painting will be chosen best in show, as determined by the jurors, and will receive a $100 prize. Honorable Mentions will be noted for best watercolor. Oil/acrylic and drawing. Cost to register is $35 or $30 for HAM and Red Mill members through June 16. Cost is $45 or $40 for members afterwards.

You can register for the Two Mills Plein Air Day by visiting www.hunterdonartmuseum.org or by calling the Museum at 908-735-8415.




Wine Train
Jun 24 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Romance the rails as you travel along the banks of the beautiful Delaware River pulled by historic steam Engine #142 enroute to a vineyard and winery tour and tasting at Villa Milagro Vineyards.  Wine tasting with hot hors d’oeuvres.  A memorable day out on the train. Train runs until end of October.  Tickets required from:  www.warrencountywinerytrain.com




Hunterdon Appreciation Weekend
Jun 24 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

On June 24th (from 12 pm to 7pm) and June 25th (from 12pm to 5 pm), we want to show appreciation for all of our friends in beautiful Hunterdon County. Visit us in our tasting room with a valid ID showing your Hunterdon address for a free wine tasting, as well as half off on glasses of wine and wine slushies! We will also be featuring What Exit Wines with Hunterdon towns on the label at a discount (available to everyone).




Schools Out Food Truck Festival
Jun 24 @ 4:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Join us for a night of live music, wine tasting and sales by Unionville Vineyards (for patrons 21yoa and over) and most of all eight (8) food trucks.

from 4:00pm until 6:30pm Alex Allegra will be preforming on stage. Ms. Allegra entertains audiences with her original songs as well as select Country classics and Country Pop favorites.

then at 6:30-closing,  making cover bands great again see, The Big Fuss.




Ordinary Obsessions
Jun 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

ArtYard is pleased to present Ordinary Obsessions, an exhibition of works by Toronto-based artists Ken Nicol and Lois Andison. The exhibition will feature drawing, sculpture, installation and video works which explore matters of introspection, fragility, and the translation of the disorder of everyday life into the art object.

Please join us at ArtYard on Saturday, June 24, 6:00 – 8:00 PM for opening night. The exhibition will be on display through September 10, 2017. ArtYard founder and executive director Jill Kearney will be available for interviews. Please find the press release attached below.

More information can also be found on our website:
www.artyard.org




Canoeing Hunterdon’s Waterway with Hunterdon Parks
Jun 24 @ 8:15 pm – 8:30 pm

Join the Parks on the river where we have been canoeing for 40 years.  It is fun, educational, and great exercise!  Spend a day with nature.  Just bring water, lunch, and a smile—we will do the rest.  We supply the canoes, kayaks, gear, training, and transportation.  Our experienced leaders teach the ways of currents and eddies and how to paddle mankind’s oldest craft, with a few new tricks.  Tell us what you want to learn—we are eager to teach.  Unless stated otherwise, all trips are suitable for ages 8 through adults.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

 

CLINTON POND PADDLES

Saturday, April 8, Clinton Town parking lot off of Halstead Street & Water Street, ages 6 through adults, $25

Session A: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Session B: 12:00PM to 2:00 PM

Paddle around the scenic “Clinton Pond”… past the lily pads, under the road bridge, past the historic Red Mill, up to the spillway of the Spruce Run Reservoir, and back.  Great for children ages six and up (with an adult), senior citizens, beginners, folks with special needs (please inform us in advance), or those with a hankering to take a leisurely paddle and commune with nature.

 

FLAT WATER PADDLE:  SUNSET PADDLE ON ROUND VALLEY RESERVOIR

Session A: Friday, June 16

Session B: Friday, July 14

Friday, July 17, 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM, Round Valley

Reservoir Boat Launch, ages 8 through adult, $25

Treat yourself to a leisurely evening sunset paddle.  The group will meet at Round Valley Reservoir Boat Launch (white van with green canoes).  Bring a flashlight and a jacket: it can get much cooler by the water after sunset.

 

PLANNING YOUR CANOE TRIP

Pre-register by the Wednesday before the trip.  Please note: Due to water levels or other circumstances beyond our control, leaders may choose an alternative river.  If we cancel the trip for any reason, we will call you as soon as we make the cancellation, but our trips run rain or shine!  Dress in layers so you can adjust to changing

temperatures.  Durable old clothes are best, especially wool and polypropylene fleece in cool weather.  Sneakers are recommended; no sandals, boots, or heavy shoes.  Bring lunch (packed in waterproof container), lots of water, sunscreen, a rain jacket, a hat, eyeglass strap, etc.  A complete change of clothing can be packed in a waterproof bag to be carried in your canoe or to be in the van for the trip’s end.  No alcoholic beverages.  No pets are allowed, except for guide animals.  We have several kayaks available, but can also accommodate your own kayak on many trips (at your own risk).

RIVER TRIPS

8:15 AM to about 3:30 PM, Arboretum, ages 8 through adults, $35

Your leaders will fit you with a lifejacket and paddle and then drive to the river, where they will discuss

maneuvering techniques and canoe safety.  Our leaders will guide you down the river.  We paddle for about two hours, stop for lunch, and paddle for about two more hours.  We are flexible with our time, which depends in part on natural forces, such as wind speed and the river’s water level.  Our aim is to return to the Arboretum by 3:30 PM, give or take an hour.

Sat., April 22: Lamington (back-up: Delaware)

Sat., May 6: South Branch (back-up: Delaware)

Sat., May 20: Delaware: Kingwood to Bull’s Island

Sat., June 3: Musconetcong (back-up: Delaware)

Sat., June 24: Delaware: Phillipsburg to Riegelsville

Sat., July 8: Delaware: Martins Creek to Phillipsburg

Sat., July 22: South Branch (back-up: Delaware)

Sat., Aug. 5: Delaware: Phillipsburg to Riegelsville

Sat., Aug. 19: Delaware: Kingwood to Bull’s Island

Sat., Sept. 2: Delaware: Phillipsburg to Riegelsville

Sat., Sept. 16: Delaware: Martins Creek to Phillipsburg

Sat., Oct. 7: South Branch (back-up: Delaware)

Sat., Oct. 21: Leaders’ Choice

 Please note: Due to water levels or other circumstances beyond our control, it may be necessary to select an alternative river.  Leaders may make this change at any time in order to provide a safe and fun experience. 

Registration is required, download a form from our website www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/depts/parks/ProgramRegistrationForms.html




Jun
25
Sun
Stockton Market
Jun 25 @ 6:00 am – 12:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.




Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jun 25 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Hunterdon Land Trust’s producers-only market runs every Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., from May 21 to Nov. 19 at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. Shoppers can find organic vegetables, grass-fed beef, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

New vendors joining the market this year are:

  • Best in Bloom – an Annandale-based floral designer using locally grown flowers.
  • Black River Spice & Tea Co. – fresh ground herbs and spices; freshly blended seasonings and teas.
  • Custom Prepped & Lenny’s Cocina De Abuelita — Latin Caribbean & Sicilian style cooking of “On the Go” items. Nut & Soy free; including many vegan, dairy free and gluten free options.

Returning local farmers and vendors are:

  • Apple Ridge Farm – artisan breads and hearty pastries.
  • Blue Mist Hollow Farm – perennial and annual plants.
  • Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse — breads, a variety of cheeses – including cave-ripened cheddar, baudolino and drum – and pasta made with emmer wheat.
  • Comeback Farm – organic vegetables.
  • Doc Bakers Farmulations — organic, highly nutritious plant-based beverages.
  • Fieldstone Coffee Roasters – Coffee (including beans and ground), teas and more.
  • Fired Up Flatbread Co. food truck – pizza, pastries and beverages.
  • Fulper Family Farmstead – cheese and yogurt.
  • Griggstown Farm – eggs, poultry and poultry products.
  • Locktown Farm — sour pickles, dill pickles, dilly beans, pickled jalapenos and salsa.
  • Milford Farms – eggs, beef and pork.
  • Phillips Farms — a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit spreads and preserves, flowers, apple cider and more.
  • Purely Farm – eggs, pastured pork and turkey.
  • River Lea House — assortment of garlics including cooking garlic, seed garlic, garlic scape pesto and garlic butter.
  • Sandbrook Meadow Farm – organic vegetables.
  • Sweet Valley Farm (Starting in June) – seasonal fruits and vegetables including corn, eggplants and tomatoes.
  • Toadshade Wildflower Farm – native plant seeds, teas and nuts.
  • WoodsEdge Farm – llama and alpaca products, honey.

The market features live music every week and a second Sunday program series: June 11, children’s activities; July 9, history; August 13, nature and the environment; Sept. 10, local artisans; Oct. 8, food; and Nov. 12, health. On Nov. 19, HLT will host its annual holiday market.




Lambertville Station Sunday Brunch
Jun 25 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Relax as you take in the scenery, sip champagne and dine at your leisure during our specialty Sunday Champagne Buffet Brunch in the Riverside Ballroom at the Lambertville Station Inn. The glass-enclosed space features a vaulted ceiling, glittering chandeliers and striking views of the Delaware River – a well-appointed setting for a grand meal. Enjoy made-to-order omelets, Belgian waffles, smoked salmon, shrimp and many more selections at this fabulous feast.




Sunday Bluegrass Brunch!
Jun 25 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Announcing Sunday Bluegrass Brunch!

Join us every Sunday from 11am – 2pm for a farm fresh brunch at The Ryland Inn! Offerings include Brioche French Toast (pictured above), Steak and Eggs, a Green Market Frittata, Shrimp and Grits, and much more. The brunch cocktail offerings are farm fresh as well and include a Morning Milk Punch, Reposado Crusta and a School Road Sparkler to name a few.
LIVE bluegrass music every week featuring NYC’s hottest bluegrass bands!
Each month our corproate giving program, H.U.G. (Help Us Give), will donate 10% of the proceeds from the restaurants three most popular tables to donate to a local foundation.




Wine Train
Jun 25 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Romance the rails as you travel along the banks of the beautiful Delaware River pulled by historic steam Engine #142 enroute to a vineyard and winery tour and tasting at Villa Milagro Vineyards.  Wine tasting with hot hors d’oeuvres.  A memorable day out on the train. Train runs until end of October.  Tickets required from:  www.warrencountywinerytrain.com




Hunterdon Appreciation Weekend
Jun 25 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

On June 24th (from 12 pm to 7pm) and June 25th (from 12pm to 5 pm), we want to show appreciation for all of our friends in beautiful Hunterdon County. Visit us in our tasting room with a valid ID showing your Hunterdon address for a free wine tasting, as well as half off on glasses of wine and wine slushies! We will also be featuring What Exit Wines with Hunterdon towns on the label at a discount (available to everyone).




PYRENESIA EP RELEASE PARTY at the PRALLSVILLE MILLS
Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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Pyrenesia (formerly known as the River City Healers) is celebrating the release of its debut EP with a full 2 set concert! This will be a party to remember and EVERYONE is invited! Bring your kids, bring your friends, bring your dancing shoes. Many more details, including food/drink info, to come.

The show will take place at the beautiful Sawmill at Prallsville Mills, so there will be plenty of room for mingling and dancing (and parking too!).

$10 admission. Our debut EP will be on sale for $10. Kids under 12 get in FREE!

SEE YOU THERE!!

SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 2017, 6-8pm RAIN OR SHINE.

Pyrenesia blends vintage jazz with gypsy, klezmer, and folk influences to create foot-stomping, spirit-lifting music.

www.pyrenesia.com;

www.facebook.com/Pyrenesia

https://www.facebook.com/events/295385474226787/




Jun
26
Mon
Mill Ballet Summer Dance Camp
Jun 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Mill Ballet School is proud to announce “Summer Dance 2017”

This year’s programs include our “Choreographic Workshop” for ages 10-Up, “Ballet Technique Intensive” for ages 9 –18, “Magical Mornings” for ages 3-5, “Junior Dance Camp” for ages 5-8, and “Young Dancers Workshop” for ages 8-12. In addition we offer Open Enrollment Dance Classes for all ages and levels! We hope you will join us this summer for an exciting and enriching experience.

For more information and registration, visit http://www.millballetschool.com/summer-dance-programs

Mill Ballet Summer Dance

Reach your fullest potential while having the most fun.




Hunterdon Park’s Nature Camp
Jun 26 @ 7:54 pm – 8:54 pm

SUMMER NATURE PROGRAM is an opportunity for kids entering kindergarten through grade 10 to connect with and explore the natural world.  Program leaders facilitate hands-on activities that foster kids’ innate curiosity about nature and wildlife.  Campers and parents alike rave about nature camp, making it one of the Parks Division’s most popular offerings. Leaders for the Summer Nature Program are experienced in guiding children outdoors and are certified in First Aid and CPR.  Group size is a maximum of 10-12 campers depending on session and location, with each leader being aided by an assistant or volunteer counselor-in-training (CIT).  Special canoeing instructors host the paddling clinics and canoe trips with our older campers.

Sessions are available at both Echo Hill Park and the Teetertown Nature Preserve.  Echo Hill is located at 42 Lilac Drive in Clinton Township, less than 15 minutes from both Clinton and Flemington.  Teetertown is located at 30 Pleasant Grove Road in Lebanon Township, about 15 minutes north of Clinton, or 15 minutes northwest of Whitehouse Station.  Both parks offer diverse habitats to explore, including stream, pond, field, and forest areas.

Note that camp is held Monday through Friday—no weekends.  Camp will not be held on Tuesday, July 4th, Independence Day.  These sessions are pro-rated.

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration for Summer Nature Program is conducted via a lottery system.  Download a set of registration forms (3) from our website, or pick them up at the Arboretum.  Please take note of the following information:

  1. The regular Parks Division program registration form cannot be used for Summer Nature Program.
  1. Applications must be postmarked by Wednesday, March 15, or delivered to the Arboretum in person by 4:30 PM that on this date. All applications must be completed in full with payment.
  1. Please complete a separate set of registration forms (3) for each child. You may send the forms for your children together in one envelope, with one check.
  1. Applications are selected through a random drawing.
  1. We cannot arrange to place unrelated children in the same session.
  1. Applicants will be notified by mail. Unsuccessful

applicants receive a full refund.

  1. Any spaces left in the program will be available during walk-in registration beginning March 22 at 8:00 AM.
  1. Children may initially enroll in only one session. Starting on April 5, participants can enroll in additional sessions as available.
  1. All cancellations by participants are subject to a 30%

service charge.  Cancellations must be in writing.

Cancellations made less than one week prior to the start of your child’s session will not receive a refund.

  1. IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE PROGRAM WILL BE FILLED, OR NEARLY FILLED, DURING THE LOTTERY. PLEASE APPLY THROUGH THE LOTTERY.

 

Nature Bugs

Children entering kindergarten, Echo Hill or Teetertown, 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM, $105, one-week sessions.

  1. July 24 to 28               B. August 7 to 11

The Nature Bugs camp is the perfect half-day adventure for your young nature enthusiast.  Our Park Naturalists teach about local plants and animals through hikes, observations, crafts, and games.  A safe and fun way to foster

your child’s interest in the natural environment.

 

Nature Discovery

Children entering grades 1 & 2, Echo Hill or Teetertown, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, $165, one-week sessions.

  1. June 26 to June 30 E. July 24 to July 28
  2. July 3 to July 7 ($145) F. July 31 to August 4
  3. July 10 to July 14 G. August 7 to August 11
  4. July 17 to July 21 H. August 14 to Aug. 18

This full-day program allows campers to explore all the

wonders that the parks have to offer.  From searching for wildlife to toasting s’mores, Nature Discovery campers enjoy a great introduction to the world outdoors.

Pioneers

Children entering grades 3 & 4, Echo Hill or Teetertown, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, $165, one-week sessions.

  1. June 26 to June 30 E. July 24 to July 28
  2. July 3 to July 7 ($145) F. July 31 to August 4
  3. July 10 to July 14 G. August 7 to August 11
  4. July 17 to July 21 H. August 14 to Aug. 18

Pioneers enjoy activities that foster understanding of habitats, adaptations, and other ecological concepts.  Favorite activities such as shelter-building help Pioneers develop their outdoor skills.

Junior Explorers

Children entering grades 5 & 6, Echo Hill or Teetertown, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, late pick up on trip days, campout on second Thursday night, $320, two-week sessions.

A1. June 26 to July 7 ($300)

A2. June 26 to July 7 ($300, Echo Hill only)

B1. July 10 to July 21

B2. July 10 to July 21 (Echo Hill only)

C1 & C2. July 24 to August 4

D1 & D2. August 7 to August 18

Please note that “1” and “2” reflects that there are two counselor groups (total of 20 campers) scheduled for each session of Junior Explorers except for Teetertown Sessions A and B, which will only host only one group.

These two-week sessions give campers the chance to increase their understanding of nature as well as their outdoor “know-how.”  Juniors learn basic canoeing skills on the park ponds before embarking on a day trip on a local river.  A field trip allows Juniors to discover nature beyond the County Parks.  The Junior Explorer experience culminates with a campout full of fun night-time activities.

Senior Explorers

Children entering grades 7 & 8, Echo Hill or Teetertown, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, late pick up on trip days, campout on second Thursday night, $320, two-week sessions.

  1. June 26 to July 7 ($300) C. July 24 to August 4
  2. July 10 to July 21 D. August 7 to August 18

Senior Explorers continue to expand environmental understanding and hone their outdoor skills.  Team-building

activities, paddling clinics, river canoeing, and a field trip are all important components of the program.  Seniors also enjoy a campout night that includes pitching tents, cooking over a campfire, and exploring nature after dark.

Environmental Camp

Teens entering grades 9 & 10, 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, overnight trip each Thursday, two-week sessions.

  1. June 26 to July 7 at Teetertown, $350
  2. July 10 to July 21 at Echo Hill, $370

Environmental Camp packs a lot of learning and adventure into an intensive two-week program.  The session begins with team-building activities and the opportunity to participate in a high-ropes personal challenge course.  On-site activities include wildlife studies and outdoor skills practice.  Participants are introduced to backpacking during an overnight in the Pinelands.  A flatwater canoe clinic prepares campers for a canoe-camping trip through the scenic Delaware Water Gap during the second week of camp.  Throughout the program, Environmental Camp focuses on the importance of ecological stewardship and individual responsibility.

 




Jun
27
Tue
Hatha Hour
Jun 27 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

A midday class for all levels to refresh your day with greater balance, strength and flexibility.




Social Theory Reading Group
Jun 27 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Social Theory Reading Group will meet weekly to discuss texts, learn about the historical conditions responsible for shaping society as we know it today, and to experience the camaraderie of shared intellectual growth. Whether you have an interest in media, politics, language, culture, philosophy, or all of the above, join us each week at 90 Main Street in Flemington from 8-9 PM to explore these topics. Each week, a text will be selected that has something to offer all levels of familiarity. Most will require about 1 or 2 hours to complete, but there is no expectation that anyone will be coming to the meeting with a ‘full’ understanding.

Our goal is to provide an opportunity for everyone to pursue his or her own development in understanding these rich subjects, and to benefit from doing so in the context of a community of similarly curious individuals. We will take some time at the end of each meeting to determine what to read the following week, and we want to take into consideration the preferences of all participating members, so if you have any appropriate texts that you want to discuss, either because you like them, or because you want to achieve a greater understanding of them, be sure to show up with suggestions.

For questions and more info, contact Robert Martin, [email protected]




Jun
28
Wed
Peer Led Meditation Group at Jersey Community Acupuncture in Flemington
Jun 28 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Nicole from Jersey Community Acupuncture will be offering a peer led meditation practice from 8:30am to 9am. This will be ongoing, every Wednesday.

Donate $1 to $10 dollars which will go to a local organization. For the months of February thru April, all donations will go to SAFE in Hunterdon.

This is a great space for folks new to meditation or those looking for community support in their practice. We will start off with a few minutes of breath work and then settle in for about 20 minutes of sitting mediation, followed by questions and comments. Why practice meditation? Most of us tend to be busy, busy, busy. It is rare that we take time to settle in our bodies and listen. Part of meditation is clearing the mind, but it is also a great time to just sit and notice how we are feeling in our bodies. In our fast paced lives, it amazing how very difficult it can be to sit for even 20 minutes. Being in community allows us more support to work through this quiet space.

Let us know with a phone call or email if you plan to attend. 908.237-1076 or [email protected]




Peer Led Meditation Group at Jersey Community Acupuncture in Flemington
Jun 28 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Nicole from Jersey Community Acupuncture will be offering a peer led meditation practice from 8:30am to 9am. This will be ongoing, every Wednesday.

Donate $1 to $10 dollars which will go to a local organization. For the months of February thru April, all donations will go to SAFE in Hunterdon.

This is a great space for folks new to meditation or those looking for community support in their practice. We will start off with a few minutes of breath work and then settle in for about 20 minutes of sitting mediation, followed by questions and comments.

Why practice meditation? Most of us tend to be busy, busy, busy. It is rare that we take time to settle in our bodies and listen. Part of meditation is clearing the mind, but it is also a great time to just sit and notice how we are feeling in our bodies. In our fast paced lives, it amazing how very difficult it can be to sit for even 20 minutes. Being in community allows us more support to work through this quiet space. Let us know with a phone call or email if you plan to attend. 908.237-1076 or [email protected]




Spanish English Conversation Group
Jun 28 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Learn together! A Spanish English Conversation group is held every Wednesday from 1:30 to 2:30pm. Newbies to advanced speakers of both English and Spanish are welcome to practice and improve their language skills in a casual, easy-going environment.  Location: Jersey Community Acupuncture at 21A Stangl Road in Flemington, NJ. For more information, please call 908-237-1076 or email [email protected].




Jun
29
Thu
Open Mic Night
Jun 29 @ 1:00 am – 5:00 am

The National Hotel’s weekly Thursday Open Mic Night, nicknamed “The Frenchtown Underground,” by one of the originators of the evening, Alex Wolfson, continues to feature the talent of dedicated musicians who selflessly keep this going downstairs in The Rat. With great entertainment and good company, Thursdays are always fun! Come on down, to perform or just relax. Sign-ups start at 8:30 p.m. and the performances at 9 p.m. This is a weekly night that should not be missed.  For more information, visit http://www.thenationalhotelnj.com/theRathskellerOpenMikeNight.aspx.




Hatha Hour
Jun 29 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

A midday class for all levels to refresh your day with greater balance, strength and flexibility.




Live jazz with Go Trio
Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

This all ages live jazz show with Go Trio features Gene Perla.

Perla studied piano at the Berklee School of Music and the Boston Conservatory before switching to bass. He played with Woody Herman in 1969-70, as well as Thad Jones/Mel Lewis, Sarah Vaughan, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Jeremy Steig, Elvin Jones (1971–73), and Sonny Rollins.

In the 1970s Perla founded PM Records, and later headed Plug Records. Under his leadership the labels recorded Dave Liebman, Elvin Jones, Steve Grossman, Pat LaBarbera, and Jerry Bergonzi. He formed Stone Alliance with Grossman and Don Alias in 1975, and continues to perform and teach at Lehigh University and the New School of Jazz & Contemporary Music. www.perla.org

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Nicole Glover www.nicoleglover.com
“I’m really impressed with a young saxophonist named Nicole Glover… Nicole … is one that, in the face of the increasing challenges to jazz and art music, really gives me hope for the future of the music.” – Jazz Truth

This is the final installment of Three Thursdays of Jazz




Jun
30
Fri
Stockton Market
Jun 30 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.




Jul
1
Sat
Stockton Market
Jul 1 @ 6:00 am – 12:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.




Golden Nugget’s Art on the Boardwalk
Jul 1 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Golden Nugget is a 50-year-old Lambertville institution that is open year round. Since 1967, the Golden Nugget has been a “gold mine” for finding antiques, collectibles, art and more.

Collectible art of all kinds has been an indispensable ingredient for decades at the Golden Nugget. What better than to introduce an exclusive Artist’s Outdoor Studio space at this iconic collectors enclave?

Every week, thousands of savvy antique-hunters and bargain-browsers visit the Golden Nugget to find an enormous variety of just about anything and everything old or “new-again”. We are the East Coast’s premier market for vintage and retro items such as furniture & home decor, paintings, clothing, jewelry, Victorian collectibles, sports memorabilia, model trains, books, dolls, arts & crafts, toys & games, lamps, pottery, comic books, vinyl albums, clocks, watches, glass, china, porcelain, garden items, coins, stamps, art deco, hardware and everything else imaginable that is antique or collectible.

Besides looking for the perfect gift for family or friends, one of the main reasons people shop here is to find decorative items for their homes. Lately, the crowd of buyers includes the faces of a younger and diverse group of people. Young adults are frequenting the Golden Nugget looking to blend store-bought items with a bit of their own nostalgia to create an eclectic mix of styles that reflect who they are now, as well as where they came from. It’s not unusual to find your next family heirloom here.

Aside from our unique merchandise mix, our market is enhanced by the friendly dealers who come weekly (some for over 30 years!) to sell a variety of wares.  Stroll around and take the time to browse through the incredible variety of merchandise and strike up a conversation with the dealers. Enjoy yourself!




Tai Chi
Jul 1 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am

Tai Chi is held every Saturday morning from 8:00am to 9:30am at Flemington DIY, 90 Main Street in Fleminton, NJ.




Stangl Farmer’s Market
Jul 1 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Grab your gourds and apple cider at the Stangl Farmer’s Market




Jul
2
Sun
Stockton Market
Jul 2 @ 6:00 am – 12:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.




Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Jul 2 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Hunterdon Land Trust’s producers-only market runs every Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., from May 21 to Nov. 19 at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Raritan Township. Shoppers can find organic vegetables, grass-fed beef, artisan breads, cheeses, honey, pies, plants, locally roasted coffee, milk, eggs and more.

New vendors joining the market this year are:

  • Best in Bloom – an Annandale-based floral designer using locally grown flowers.
  • Black River Spice & Tea Co. – fresh ground herbs and spices; freshly blended seasonings and teas.
  • Custom Prepped & Lenny’s Cocina De Abuelita — Latin Caribbean & Sicilian style cooking of “On the Go” items. Nut & Soy free; including many vegan, dairy free and gluten free options.

Returning local farmers and vendors are:

  • Apple Ridge Farm – artisan breads and hearty pastries.
  • Blue Mist Hollow Farm – perennial and annual plants.
  • Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse — breads, a variety of cheeses – including cave-ripened cheddar, baudolino and drum – and pasta made with emmer wheat.
  • Comeback Farm – organic vegetables.
  • Doc Bakers Farmulations — organic, highly nutritious plant-based beverages.
  • Fieldstone Coffee Roasters – Coffee (including beans and ground), teas and more.
  • Fired Up Flatbread Co. food truck – pizza, pastries and beverages.
  • Fulper Family Farmstead – cheese and yogurt.
  • Griggstown Farm – eggs, poultry and poultry products.
  • Locktown Farm — sour pickles, dill pickles, dilly beans, pickled jalapenos and salsa.
  • Milford Farms – eggs, beef and pork.
  • Phillips Farms — a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit spreads and preserves, flowers, apple cider and more.
  • Purely Farm – eggs, pastured pork and turkey.
  • River Lea House — assortment of garlics including cooking garlic, seed garlic, garlic scape pesto and garlic butter.
  • Sandbrook Meadow Farm – organic vegetables.
  • Sweet Valley Farm (Starting in June) – seasonal fruits and vegetables including corn, eggplants and tomatoes.
  • Toadshade Wildflower Farm – native plant seeds, teas and nuts.
  • WoodsEdge Farm – llama and alpaca products, honey.

The market features live music every week and a second Sunday program series: June 11, children’s activities; July 9, history; August 13, nature and the environment; Sept. 10, local artisans; Oct. 8, food; and Nov. 12, health. On Nov. 19, HLT will host its annual holiday market.




Lambertville Station Sunday Brunch
Jul 2 @ 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Relax as you take in the scenery, sip champagne and dine at your leisure during our specialty Sunday Champagne Buffet Brunch in the Riverside Ballroom at the Lambertville Station Inn. The glass-enclosed space features a vaulted ceiling, glittering chandeliers and striking views of the Delaware River – a well-appointed setting for a grand meal. Enjoy made-to-order omelets, Belgian waffles, smoked salmon, shrimp and many more selections at this fabulous feast.




Sunday Bluegrass Brunch!
Jul 2 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Announcing Sunday Bluegrass Brunch!

Join us every Sunday from 11am – 2pm for a farm fresh brunch at The Ryland Inn! Offerings include Brioche French Toast (pictured above), Steak and Eggs, a Green Market Frittata, Shrimp and Grits, and much more. The brunch cocktail offerings are farm fresh as well and include a Morning Milk Punch, Reposado Crusta and a School Road Sparkler to name a few.
LIVE bluegrass music every week featuring NYC’s hottest bluegrass bands!
Each month our corproate giving program, H.U.G. (Help Us Give), will donate 10% of the proceeds from the restaurants three most popular tables to donate to a local foundation.




Jul
4
Tue
Hatha Hour
Jul 4 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

A midday class for all levels to refresh your day with greater balance, strength and flexibility.




Reflections: Midweek Worship at Califon UMC
Jul 4 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Communion-church-powerpoint-template-slide-8All are welcome to join us at Califon United Methodist Church for this mid-week worship experience.  During this approximately 30 minute gathering, we will reflect on God and God will be reflected to us through prayer, the reading of Scripture, and the celebration of Holy Communion. Reflections will be held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday evening of every month at 7:00 p.m. in our sanctuary.

 




Social Theory Reading Group
Jul 4 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Social Theory Reading Group will meet weekly to discuss texts, learn about the historical conditions responsible for shaping society as we know it today, and to experience the camaraderie of shared intellectual growth. Whether you have an interest in media, politics, language, culture, philosophy, or all of the above, join us each week at 90 Main Street in Flemington from 8-9 PM to explore these topics. Each week, a text will be selected that has something to offer all levels of familiarity. Most will require about 1 or 2 hours to complete, but there is no expectation that anyone will be coming to the meeting with a ‘full’ understanding.

Our goal is to provide an opportunity for everyone to pursue his or her own development in understanding these rich subjects, and to benefit from doing so in the context of a community of similarly curious individuals. We will take some time at the end of each meeting to determine what to read the following week, and we want to take into consideration the preferences of all participating members, so if you have any appropriate texts that you want to discuss, either because you like them, or because you want to achieve a greater understanding of them, be sure to show up with suggestions.

For questions and more info, contact Robert Martin, [email protected]




Jul
5
Wed
Peer Led Meditation Group at Jersey Community Acupuncture in Flemington
Jul 5 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Nicole from Jersey Community Acupuncture will be offering a peer led meditation practice from 8:30am to 9am. This will be ongoing, every Wednesday.

Donate $1 to $10 dollars which will go to a local organization. For the months of February thru April, all donations will go to SAFE in Hunterdon.

This is a great space for folks new to meditation or those looking for community support in their practice. We will start off with a few minutes of breath work and then settle in for about 20 minutes of sitting mediation, followed by questions and comments. Why practice meditation? Most of us tend to be busy, busy, busy. It is rare that we take time to settle in our bodies and listen. Part of meditation is clearing the mind, but it is also a great time to just sit and notice how we are feeling in our bodies. In our fast paced lives, it amazing how very difficult it can be to sit for even 20 minutes. Being in community allows us more support to work through this quiet space.

Let us know with a phone call or email if you plan to attend. 908.237-1076 or [email protected]




Peer Led Meditation Group at Jersey Community Acupuncture in Flemington
Jul 5 @ 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Nicole from Jersey Community Acupuncture will be offering a peer led meditation practice from 8:30am to 9am. This will be ongoing, every Wednesday.

Donate $1 to $10 dollars which will go to a local organization. For the months of February thru April, all donations will go to SAFE in Hunterdon.

This is a great space for folks new to meditation or those looking for community support in their practice. We will start off with a few minutes of breath work and then settle in for about 20 minutes of sitting mediation, followed by questions and comments.

Why practice meditation? Most of us tend to be busy, busy, busy. It is rare that we take time to settle in our bodies and listen. Part of meditation is clearing the mind, but it is also a great time to just sit and notice how we are feeling in our bodies. In our fast paced lives, it amazing how very difficult it can be to sit for even 20 minutes. Being in community allows us more support to work through this quiet space. Let us know with a phone call or email if you plan to attend. 908.237-1076 or [email protected]




Spanish English Conversation Group
Jul 5 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Learn together! A Spanish English Conversation group is held every Wednesday from 1:30 to 2:30pm. Newbies to advanced speakers of both English and Spanish are welcome to practice and improve their language skills in a casual, easy-going environment.  Location: Jersey Community Acupuncture at 21A Stangl Road in Flemington, NJ. For more information, please call 908-237-1076 or email [email protected].




Jul
6
Thu
Open Mic Night
Jul 6 @ 1:00 am – 5:00 am

The National Hotel’s weekly Thursday Open Mic Night, nicknamed “The Frenchtown Underground,” by one of the originators of the evening, Alex Wolfson, continues to feature the talent of dedicated musicians who selflessly keep this going downstairs in The Rat. With great entertainment and good company, Thursdays are always fun! Come on down, to perform or just relax. Sign-ups start at 8:30 p.m. and the performances at 9 p.m. This is a weekly night that should not be missed.  For more information, visit http://www.thenationalhotelnj.com/theRathskellerOpenMikeNight.aspx.




Hatha Hour
Jul 6 @ 4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

A midday class for all levels to refresh your day with greater balance, strength and flexibility.




GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ social and support group
Jul 6 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ

We meet the First Thrusday of the month from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

For youth teens and young adults to adults

Place: North Branch County Library
65 Halsted Street Clinton NJ 08809

Have question about the supoort group called 908 300 1236

We have:

  • Board Game Night
  • Video Game Night
  • Movie Night
  • Social events
  • Guest Speakers
  • Day trips to over night trips.

We have been runing the group for over 5 years and it been  doing very well and parents love the group for there youth and teens and young adults to adults.

Board Members of GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ are:

  • Matthew Loscialo – President
  • Marice Fiorentino – Vice President
  • Bernadette Cavanaugh – Treasurer
  • Melanie Rivellese – Secretary
  • Committee Members of GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ are:
  • Loretta Borowsky and Sonie Castellenos



LGBTQ Video Game & Board Game Night July 6 2017
Jul 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
LGBTQ Video Game & Board Game Night July 6 2017
LGBTQ Social and Support started in 2003
For Youth Teens and Young Adults
Parents and Allies Welcome
July 6 2017 is Video Game Night and Board Night
X-Box One & PlayStation 3 & Board Games
There be Free Snack.
We have Events & Speakers & Monthly outing.
We have a LGBTQ College Scholarship we give out each Year. We have a Year Tricky Tray & Vendor Fair too,
We meet the 1st Thursday each month
from 6:00 PM to 8:30PM
Location is North Branch Public Library
65 Halsted Street Clinton NJ 08809
website www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com
For More info
E-mail [email protected]
Phone 908 323 5721



Jul
7
Fri
Stockton Market
Jul 7 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.




Frenchtown Coffee Club
Jul 7 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

FREE COMMUNITY EVENT!! Join your friends and neighbors in an informal setting to discuss current events, investing and the economy.

In today’s political and economic environment, we find that many of our neighbors have similar financial questions and concerns.

Come out, bring your questions and enjoy this free community event. The Frenchtown Coffee Club is the first Friday of every month at the Bridge Café from 8-9am. Did we mention coffee is on us?




Jul
8
Sat
Stockton Market
Jul 8 @ 6:00 am – 12:00 pm

A UNIQUE INDOOR MARKETPLACE…

brimming with locally sourced fresh food, located in the beautiful riverside  town of Stockton, NJ. Shop local purveyors and artisans, find farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, savory fresh breads and pastries, organic beef, free-range chicken, the best fishmonger, organic coffee and teas, smokin’ good BBQ, a chocolatier, locally grown lavendar, regional honey and…come shop the market and see for yourself!

Stop in and meet the people who are passionate about what they do.