Leap Day 2016: 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Extra Day


As you have no doubt heard by now, 2016 is a leap year and February 29th is our long awaited Leap Day. And while you may find some lamenting their "unpaid" workday, we're looking at Leap Day with a different perspective- an extra day to enjoy life in Hunterdon County! But why do we have a leap [...]

Now Showing: Broads with Brushes


Through March 15, 2016, Broads with Brushes is displaying their art the The Bank of Princeton in Lambertville. Broads with Brushes was founded by Ilene Rubin and Libby Wheeler, who had fostered a tradition of painting together every week. While working to display their individual works, they soon found that some locations only allowed for groups exhibits. [...]

Remembering President Reagan’s Visit to Hunterdon County


  In honor of President's Day, we're taking a look back to President Ronald Reagan's September 1982 trip to Hunterdon County. The Ryland Inn President Reagan arrived at Mercer airport on Air Force One on Friday, Sept. 17, 1982 and then flew by helicopter to the historical Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station. There, a [...]

Theatrical Revolutionary Pub Crawl


Join Lambertville & New Hope - Winter Festival's newest event…the Theatrical Revolutionary Pub Crawl!  Learn the real story of the most amazing time period in our Country’s history.  Feel the suspense, the effort, the sacrifice and the rewards of our forefathers and mothers in this interactive historical reenactment pub crawl. The Pub Crawl will begin [...]

The Sergeantville Inn Reopens


On December 22, 2015, locals rejoiced as the 300 year old Sergeantsville Inn reopened its doors after a devastating fire destroyed much of the building in March. Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/sergeantsville.inn?fref=ts Locals rallied around the longtime popular eatery, raising almost $20,000 via a GoFundMe page to help the Inn rebuild. The Inn freshened up the space with a [...]

Top Hunterdon County Memories of 2015


It’s been a banner year in Hunterdon County! As we prepare to ring in 2016, we’re taking a look back at our favorite memories and most-read articles on Hunterdon Happening from the past 12 months: New Hope & Lambertville Fireworks Return: Locals rejoiced (and shared!) news of the return of New Hope & Lambertville fireworks shows. Three shows were organized [...]

Lambertville Autumn House Tour


On Sunday October 18th, from 11am until 5pm, the Lambertville Historical Society will host it's 33rd Annual Lambertville Autumn House Tour, features beautiful homes and historic sites within walking distance of each other in the city of Lambertville. The Autumn House Tour is a self-guided walking tour throughout Lambertville homes.  Here’s how it works: Purchase a [...]

Lots to Do at the Lambertville Library


Bonjour! Parlez-vous Francais? The Lambertville Library hosts "unintimidating" and "friendly" beginner French classes. When: Mondays at 5:30pm from November 2nd through December 7th Cost: FREE How: www.LambertvilleLibrary.org/BegFrench.htm Let's play Mah Jong! Originating in China, Mah Jongg is an exciting and engaging game using tiles to form hands, much like rummy. Learn to play the American [...]

Hunterdon County 9/11 Memorial


As we near the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, we take time to remember those lost locally as well as all 2,973 killed. Awossagame Grove in Clinton Township is dedicated to the residents of Hunterdon County who were lost on September 11th, 2001. "Awossagame" is the Lenni Lenape word that means "heaven" or "a [...]

Which Hunterdon County Towns Are Home to the Most Ashley Madison Users?


Headlines continue to swirl amidst one of the most impactful hacks in recent history, and now Tecnilógica, a Madrid-based digital agency, has created a world map that shows the distribution of Ashley Madison users around the world without identifying names. Here's a breakdown of Hunterdon County’s Ashley Madison users: Flemington 2395 Whitehouse Station 425 Califon 278 Glen Gardner 277 Pittstown [...]