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Chinese Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival

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Presented by Center for Cultural and Creative Exchange, don't miss the Chinese Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival at Bridgewater Commons Sept. 10-18. A grand celebration of Chinese culture, visit for live dance performances, spectacular lantern displays and take part in lantern making workshops. Visit www.bridgewatercommons.com for a complete event schedule and their center locations.

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Duke Farms Market

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  SUNDAY MAY 1st marks the start of the weekly Farmers Market at Duke Farms, every Sunday from 10am - 2pm! The market is rain or shine and be sure to come out and support all of your favorite local farms and small businesses! Please keep in mind: trails are closed during the farmers' market! 2022 Weekly Participating Vendor List: Sundays Duke Farms Market * = A - Week (bi-weekly starting 5/1) ** = B-Week (bi weekly starting 5/8) * Ambee Coffee Co.(Lucid Coffee Co.) - all things coffee AquaSprout Farms LLC - aquaponically grown greens & more Alstede Farms - farm fresh veggies & fruits + baked goods America's Kettle Corn - fresh popped kettle corn * Baresoaps - soaps + flower bar Bon Nut Butters & Sweets - stone ground nut butters & more Bountiful Gardens - fresh flower bouquets & all things plants! CALDO Sauce / Hot Sauce 4 Good - local hot sauce & steak sauce Dogwood Farms NJ - farm fresh veggies, meats & locally made products FreeSpir Chocolates - chocolates bars The Foraged Feast - mushrooms + tinctures & more Gorgeous Goat Creamery & Soap - goat milk, cheese, soap & pottery The Healthy

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Fall Harvest Days

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Norz Hill Farm has been in our family since 1922 when Hillsborough was very rural and all of our neighbors were farmers. Today most all of you, our neighbors from near and far, are generations removed from farm families so it is very important to us to be able to provide an educational, breathtaking and fun experience while visiting our Farm. Farm Tours The tour takes you on a hay wagon ride from our farm stand area to the farm, then you can get off and see all the animals. Some of the animals you will find are cows, miniature donkeys (yep, we have a Dominick the donkey!), horses, alpaca, sheep, chickens, goats, pigs, bunnies, emu's and even a zonkey. Then when you have had a chance to see all the animals, you can catch the next hayride right to our pumpkin patch. The Corn Maze Each and every year we dedicate our corn maze to either events that happen on our farm or a great local cause. SO while you are here you can be challenged to find your way through our 5 acres of farm fun! Kids' Corner & Fun Things Our Kids Croner is a fun area

Annual Bridgewater Community Day

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FREE to Attend • Music • Touch-a-Truck • Food Trucks • Inflatables • Artisans • TONS of FUN

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Basilone Parade

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Annual Raritan Parade Honors WWII Hero John Basilone Join us for the 2022 parade which is scheduled for Sunday September 18th at 1pm John Basilone is the only Enlisted Marine: - To be awarded both The Congressional Medal of Honor and The Navy Cross. - To return to action after being presented the Medal of Honor and be killed in action. - To have an annual parade in his honor

Voices of Courage with Queen Nur: Black American Women of the Victorian Era

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Queen Nur of New Jersey presents a collection of biographic vignettes highlighting outspoken African American women of the 19th Century, the period connecting the end of the American Revolution to the opening of the Wallace House as a museum 125 years ago. The Voices of Courage featured include Sojourner Truth, the activist embodying the Afro-Dutch heritage of old New Netherland in New York and New Jersey, alongside Harriet Tubman, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Ida B. Wells, Mary Church Terrell, and Mary McCleod Bethune. This one-woman performance explores themes of courage and fortitude while revealing each heroine’s oratory style and the fashion of the period. Please bring your own lawn chairs or blankets for this outdoors presentation by storyteller Queen Nur: https://queennur.com/ The Wallace House and Old Dutch Parsonage Association are dedicated supporters of Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage State Historic Sites and offer this presentation to the public free of charge marking 125 years of civic engagement and leadership in the historic preservation of Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage beginning with the Revolutionary Memorial Society of New Jersey in 1897. Learn more about joining the efforts of this nonprofit volunteer organization: http://www.wallacehouseassociation.org/join.htm The Wallace House and Old Dutch

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Christian Lopez at the Ross Farm

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Suggested donation $25/adults, $5 student - please enter your desired donation on the order form and indicate how many tickets you are requesting. Christian Lopez isn’t merely riding the wave of Americana, the West Virginian native is bending it to its knees. As the son of a music teacher, he was learning piano and guitar by the time he was in kindergarten, and he recorded his debut album, produced by Americana super-producer Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton), when he was just 18. But on his new album The Other Side, Lopez transcends all of those hot-shot titles to emerge a well-rounded and experienced artist. A collection of 12 eclectic songs that veer from sprightly indie-rock to brutally vulnerable ballads, The Other Side, produced by Robert Adam Stevenson, is the sound of a man who knows precisely who he is. Now 25, he's excised the trappings of a youth run wild and all but killed the ego that can undermine the evolution of an artist."This album is a product of the strength I had to walk away from everything I knew," Lopez says. "I had to start fresh on my own."A musician's musician, Lopez plays every instrument on The Other

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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

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Friday & Saturday - 8PM Sunday - 2PM Adults $22 - Seniors/Students $20 An eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home lives, the tweens spell their way through a series of (potentially made-up) words, hoping never to hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming "ding" of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six spellers enter; one speller leaves! At least the losers get a juice box.

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