Are you looking for ways to get out of the house, break up the winter (during a pandemic!) monotony, and support local businesses? We’ve got you covered. Here are our picks for fun things to do this weekend.

Wild Game Season at Lambertville Station Restaurant and Inn

When: Now through March with specific wild game available on certain dates
Where: 11 Bridge Street, Lambertville

It’s Wild Game Season at The Station. January 13 through January 19, you can order wild boar or alligator during dinner and lunch. Appetizer portions are available on most items, and you can also order from the regular menu if you’re not feeling adventurous. They also have a wonderful brunch!

Wine Experiences at Old York Cellars Winery

When: Friday through Sunday at various times
Where: 80 Old York Road, Ringoes

Old York Cellars is offering a “Wine, Charcuterie & Chocolate Experience” as well as “Wine and Tapas Pairing Experience” and a 6-course Pairing Experience. Visit the website to find out more about each experience and make your reservations HERE.

Stangl Factory Farmers Market

When: Saturday, January 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 4 Stangl Road, Flemington

The Stangl Factory Farmers’ Market brings you the very freshest local, seasonal foods! Organic produce, grass-fed meats, pastured eggs, handmade cheeses, freshly baked bread, prepared foods like soups and salads made with local, organic ingredients, and much more! Don’t miss the market artisans- talented local craftsmen with wonderful, unique offerings. Free admission.

Hike with the Goats & Farm Tour at Gorgeous Goat Creamery

When: Saturday, January 16 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: 71 Featherbed Road, Stockton

Enjoy a farm tour and hike with the goats in the forest at a commercial goat dairy. Learn how they milk the goats to make delicious cheese in a family-friendly environment.

The hike will meander through our 17 acres of forest. The hike will cover 1/2- 3/4 mile over approximately 30 minutes. The goats will nibble on leaves and possibly even a Christmas tree along the way. You’ll see their mad climbing skills, some jumping and maybe even some head butts. The terrain is flat, and you should expect some uneven footing here and there. Sturdy boots are recommended. After returning from the hike, you can enjoy more goat time in their play area. No strollers on the hike due to the rugged trail. Tours are limited to 12 people. Masks are required on the tour.

Admission: $15 for guests 2 years and up. (Free if under 2.) Sign up HERE.

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