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U-Pick Strawberry Weekends Picking depends on weather and crop availability, so please check our phone message for any updates before you visit. We currently do not take credit cards, an ATM will be on premises. Field fee is $5.00 per person plus cost of berries. Field fee for children under 2, free. No outside food or drink, No smoking on the premises, No pets allowed. A wagon ride is required to get back to the strawberry field -Please check in at the little farm shed to the right of the parking area for wagon instructions. Pre picked strawberries will be available at our outdoor market. Activity area and Jumbo Jumper will be open for the kiddos, you can purchase tickets at the little farm shed where you received your wagon ride tickets. Hours are Weekends 9AM to 4PM last car in at 3:00 For your safety Please always watch your footing on the property, there are rocks, sticks, holes, and uneven ground. We have everything you need for picking, no need to bring baskets. All picking depends on weather & crop availability, please check our Facebook page or call before you visit for any updates. No large bags allowed in
Come celebrate Mother’s Day with Iron Peak on Sunday, May 14th from 10am - 12pm. Join us for a fun event that involves the whole family! There will be “Mommy and Me” basketball and soccer classes, field day games set up in the dome, and a room designated to creating the perfect mother’s day craft!
We've gathered the best-of-the-best Farms & Artisans from the Raritan Watershed Region every Sunday from 10am - 1pm at Duke Farms. Stop by for all your grocery shopping needs & much more as our vendors will be fully stocked and ready! Alstede Farms- farm fresh veggies & fruits + baked goods America's Kettle Corn - fresh popped kettle corn 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 Gorgeous Goat Creamery & Soap - goat milk, goat cheese, soap, lotion & pottery Haring Family Farm - eggs, pasture raised pork & grassfed beef The Healthy Hummus Broad - sweet/savory hummus & more Hoboken Farms - fresh bread, pastries & prepared meals Jams By Kim - artisan made jams *Japanese Weekend-cold processed soaps *JD Gourmet- olive oils, balsalmics The Kombucha Bar LLC- kombucha on tap Krakus Polish Delicatessen - kielbasa, pierogies & more Maha Premium Granola- all things granola Martenette Farms - farm fresh veggies, flowers & more Mediterranean Goods - argon oils, spices & cutting boards Neshanic Station Apiaries - all things honey &
JM Stringer Exhibition featuring John Phillip Osborne: Opening night reception: May 5: 5-8pm Join us on at 1:30pm on Saturday, May 6th for a live demonstration by John Phillip Osborne. Free admission.
Pass through the checkered Flemish bond brickwork at Old Dutch Parsonage into the historic home of the founder and first president of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Continue through the historic kitchen for Hope Farm and enter the largest home built during the Revolutionary War in New Jersey. Learn about the women and men in slavery and freedom who comprised the "military family" at George Washington's winter headquarters and the challenges and accomplishments of the Commander-in-Chief during the Continental Army's Middlebrook Cantonment from December 1778 to June 1779.
The Eleventh Hour! is an original and irreverent rock musical comedy born in a New Brunswick, NJ basement. It's the end of the world in New Jersey! A burnout basement rocker and his ex-girlfriend, a rising star astrophysicist, may have the key to surviving the black hole bearing down on earth. If they can reconcile their feelings and manage a dangerous journey on the NJ Turnpike, they just may save their music, each other, and the mole people who live beneath them. Directed by: Mariella Klinger-Seamon & Dave Seamon
250 years ago in the spring of 1773 Phillis Wheatley traveled from America to England to publish Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, making her the first published African-American poet and the first African-American female published writer. This historic houses tour of Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage introduces the works of three early Black American women in words, considering Phillis Wheatley’s poetic perspective on the American Revolution, Hetty Saunders’ solace and stewardship of nature in New Jersey in the early American republic, and Sojourner Truth’s African Dutch social and spiritual heritage as background to her activism through the nation’s Civil War.