2016 Happening List Hall of Fame: Lambertville Station

2016-06-21T10:36:49+00:00

Lambertville Station 11 Bridge St Lambertville, NJ 08530 (609) 397-4400 Winner:  Romantic Escape, Happy Hour, Spot for Singles, People Watching In operation for over 33 years, Lambertville Station restaurant, hotel and banquet hall is a bustling business on the banks of the Delaware. Perfect for everything from a cozy brunch on a cold winter’s day to [...]

2016 Happening List Hall of Fame

2016-07-12T12:14:13+00:00

Hunterdon County has spoken! With thousands of local people, places, and businesses competing in the most competitive Happening List contest ever, a select few have taken home top honors as Winners and Finalists in the 2016 Hunterdon Happening List Competition. More 2016 Happening List Coverage: Happening List Bash Photos Red Carpet Interviews Top 2016 Red Carpet Fashion Trends From [...]

Red Carpet Photos: 2016 Hunterdon Happening List Red Carpet Bash

2016-05-16T15:57:23+00:00

On Thursday, May 12th, 2016, hundreds of Hunterdon County’s most happening hit the red carpet to celebrate the 2016 Hunterdon Happening List at the Lambertville Station. Happening List Winners and Finalists from the best realtors to the tastiest chefs to the most in-demand stylists and entertainers came to celebrate their achievements. They walked the red carpet, chatted with Hunterdon Happening TV [...]

7th Annual Women’s Leadership Summit

2016-05-08T12:42:38+00:00

The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce and its Women’s Business Forum hosted over 100 attendees at its 7th annual Women’s Leadership Summit on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at the Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station, NJ. This year’s event focused on communication, connections and community. This informative conference started with an inspiring opening session with Anne [...]

Hunterdon Happening List Results Release Schedule

2016-03-09T17:26:44+00:00

Voting is officially closed in the 2016 Hunterdon Happening List contest! All votes are currently undergoing an extensive audit process to ensure accuracy. Below, please find your 2016 Happening List Results Release schedule. Results will be posted on each category’s polling pages at http://hunterdon.happeningmag.com/happeninglist, or click the links below to discover each category homepage. 3/21: Food 3/23: [...]

20 Images. 20 Seconds. Let’s Chitchat!

2016-02-17T10:02:42+00:00

  PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images. It's Japanese for "chitchat" and happens in over 700 cities worldwide. You can head over to Acme Screening room in Lambertville on Friday Feb 19, 2016 at [...]

American Civil Liberties Union Speaks at GLBT of Hunterdon

2016-01-04T21:12:45+00:00

On Thursday, January 7th, 2016, Jeanne LoCicero from the American Civil Liberties Union will present at Clinton Library as part of the monthly GLBT of Hunterdon County series. The American Civil Liberties Union is the leading national organization dedicated to defending and extending civil liberties for all people in this country, regardless of skin color, gender, or sexual orientation. [...]

Happenings Media Launches National Marketing Campaign & Partnership to Promote The Delaware River Towns

2015-11-16T13:15:43+00:00

The goal of the Greater Lambertville-New Hope Chamber of Commerce is simple: to position the Delaware River Towns as one of the most extraordinary country destinations on the East Coast. Drawn by our art galleries, fine dining and hotels, one-of-a-kind shops, world-class entertainment venues and the outdoor paradise that surrounds us, we offer visitors some of the most unforgettable experiences [...]

Meet your Movers & Shakers: Amy Lavery

2015-11-03T09:47:42+00:00

A regional bank with a welcoming porch stands just at the start of Bridge Street in Lambertville. It's the Bank of Princeton. Inside the branch, locals will find someone with a smile just as welcoming as the building's facade, Amy Lavery. Amy, who lives in West Amwell Township, grew up in the tight-knit Southern Hunterdon community, having attended South [...]