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Art on Tap, one of the Hunterdon Art Museum’s most popular fundraisers, is moving to the fall! Join the Museum for a fabulous tasting of beer, wine, whiskey, and food on October 27 from 2 to 5 p.m.
Art on Tap — Autumn Edition is a festive afternoon with live music, raffle prizes, and terrific food from the area’s best restaurants and spirits. (We mean drinks of course — not the other kind. But Halloween is just around the corner….)
Halloween costumes are not mandatory, but the Museum welcomes guests to dress creatively and festively! Come as you like in a costume or the increasingly popular ugly Halloween sweater!
The Hunterdon Art Museum is grateful to the following sponsors of Art on Tap, who donate their time, dishes, and drinks to make the fundraiser a success: Hunterdon Brewing Co., Basil Bandwagon, Metropolitan Seafood & Gourmet, A La Carte, Scout’s Coffee Bar + Mercantile, Frank’s Italian Restaurant, and Hilltop Deli & Catering.
This is a 21 and older event.
Hunterdon County Forest No. 13 Tall Cedar’s of Lebanon
$45.00 per person
Saturday November 2, 2019 6:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Belvidere Manor, 689 Water St, Belvidere, NJ 07823
Entertainment by Doctor D
1 Hour Open Bar, Free Wine, Beer, & Soda All Night!
Dinner, Dancing, & Tricky Tray
R.S.V.P. Details & Payments to:
Albert Strunk Jr., 56 Cregar Road, High Bridge, NJ 08829
Home: 908-638-0128 PLEASE LEAVE MESSAGE!
Reservation DEADLINE By October 26th Please!
Please make checks payable to: Hunterdon County Forest No. 13 TCL
Prallsville Mills is proud to host the 2nd Annual FallFest on Saturday, November 2nd. The night of live music, community, food, and craft beer and wine benefits local charities, and brings the River Towns close together as we settle into fall.
Featured in RiverTowns Magazine in “Top Ten Things To Do This Fall”, FallFest is sure to be a great night out for friends and family. With food from Jules Pizza and More Than Q, craft beer from Ritchie and Page, wine from Fedway and live Rock n Roll from Patty & The Bins, it’ll be a night to remember! The event is 21 and up, and tickets can be purchased in advance at bit.ly/2kfOHbe. Tickets are $100 each, and go to support many local organizations that give back to and provide for the community.
Beneficiaries of the event include: Lambertville’s Fisherman’s Mark, a charity and institution that provides programs and services, including a great food pantry, to vulnerable populations in the Delaware River Valley; The Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, who work to promote and support small area businesses, not-for-profits, and local attractions; and Stockton’s Delaware River Mill Society, who maintains and organizes the Prallsville Mills, a historic 10 building mill complex, given a second life as the home of community events, educational talks, art galleries, and more.
Thanks to the sponsors, Borden Perlman, River Towns Magazine, ShopRite, Fedway, Jules Pizza, More Than Q, and Ritchie and Page!
A Fête, Fine Wine & Shakespeare!
A Delicious Collaboration Between Chef Max Hansen, Sand Castle Winery & New Place Players
The Tempest — a Gourmet Production in Three Courses
After four critically acclaimed sold-out seasons, celebrated New York City-based theatre troupe New Place Players has announced a delicious collaboration with Chef Max Hansen and Sand Castle Winery on Sunday, November 3 at 6 p.m. The revered ensemble will present a magical, immersive production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, believed to be one of the last plays written by the legendary playwright. The tale of magic, deception, revenge, and marriage will be presented with a simultaneous three-course gourmet feast inspired by the play and prepared by master chef and Bucks County caterer Hansen, including one-of-a-kind wine pairings from the vineyard. Tickets for the event are $200 per person and can be purchased at https://sandcastlewinery.com/upcoming-events/.
“We seek to recreate the intimate spectacle of a private Elizabethan feast held at court by the King’s men in 1611 with the culinary and artistic performance taking place in the magnificent Great Hall of the castle overlooking the Delaware River,” said Craig Bacon, Artistic Director of New Place Players. The Tempest was staged by master Lecoq movement director Richard Crawford (Cirque du Soleil, War Horse), and is comprised of 15 world-class Equity actors and musicians with live music accompaniment throughout the show.
Thomas Keller protégé Max Hansen has been one of the premier caterers in the Philadelphia region for more than two decades, recognized for serving “delicious food with heart” — mouthwatering cuisine with personalized attention. He has regularly cooked for dignitaries and heads of state, including Michelle Obama and both George Bush junior and senior.
Sand Castle Winery, located at 755 River Road in Erwinna, PA, has been in operation since the 1980’s. In addition to their diverse range of wines (Vitis Vinifera grapes—special seedlings cloned from European stock, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Johannesburg Riesling and Pinot Noir), available for purchase at their online store, SCW offers year-round tastings and tours, as well as special events and corporate affairs in their spectacular venue.
New Place Players is a classical theatre company with more than two dozen active members, comprised of the highest quality Equity actors and musicians, and its creative team includes some of the top names in the industry actively working in NYC and the world. For more information, please visit https://newplaceplayersnyc.com.
For press reservations, please contact Dean Arcuri, Events Director, at (610)294-8303 or [email protected].
Please find the menu for the event below:
Prospero’s Magician Hors D’s
Smoked Salmon Tartare on Danish Rye Crisps with a Lemon Caper Crème Fraiche
Wild Mushroom Tartlet with Fresh Thyme, Roasted Garlic, and a Porcini Aioli Bruschetta
with Heirloom Tomatoes, Garlic, Basil and Reggiano Parmesan
Ariel’s Sea Spirit
Pan Seared Jumbo Shrimp with a Roasted Tomato, Garlic
and Bacon Confit Castle Valley Mills Grits with Aged Cheddar and Scallions
Caliban’s Earthy Isle
Slow Roasted Pork with Green Chilies served with a Black Bean, Nonesuch Sweet Corn
and Heirloom Tomato Ragout with Queso Fresco, Cilantro and Tortilla Crisps
(Vegetarian option available)
Ferdinand and Miranda’s Love
Solebury Orchards Apple Cobbler with a Puff Pastry Crisp Brown Sugar Whipped Cream
Fresh Brewed Coffee and Herbal Teas
The silent auction is the largest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds go to help our teachers enhance their curriculum as well as to after-school enrichment activities for our students.
Please save the date!! This year’s silent auction will be held on Saturday, November 16, at the American Legion in Frenchtown. We will start the evening off at 6:30 pm. There will be multiple items to bid on along with a raffle and a few door prizes. We will also have some yummy food and live music to accompany us throughout the evening.