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U-Pick Blueberries Come pick your own blueberries this summer with your friends and family! Snyders Farm boasts a great atmosphere with farm-fresh produce everyone will enjoy. Families and friends from near and far love the friendly staff and the best-tasting blueberries. Check out the recipe page for some scrumptious recipes. Field fee is $3.00 per person plus cost of berries Pre-picked berries – $7.00 per lb. U-Pick berries $5.00 per lb. Pre picked will be available at our outdoor market on U-Pick weekends When in season hours are Weekends 9AM to 4PM last car in at 3:00 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.
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 &
New Jersey's Declaration of Independence: "In the Reign of Charles II" A dramatic reading of "New Jersey's Declarations of Independence" features passages from June 24, 1664's Charter establishing New Jersey as an English colony; June 22, 1776's instructions to delegates to the Continental Congress; and July 2, 1776's first Constitution of New Jersey. This year's special subject "In the Reign of Charles the Second" considers the establishment of New Jersey as an English colony under the reign of King Charles II in the Old Carolean Era as the Coronation of King Charles III earlier this spring opened a New Carolean Era. Consider bringing your own lawn chairs or blankets for this outdoors presentation.
BrassWorks - Patriotic Concert Sunday, July 2 @ 3pm outside on the patio (if weather is unfavorable, the concert will take place inside the English barn) Free Registration Suggested donation $20 at the door A patio concert featuring BrassWorks Quintet in an entertaining program of patriotic favorites suitable for the whole family. Concert includes traditional American tunes and a variety of pop favorites. There will be a reception with light refreshments following the concert and the opportunity to meet and speak with the artists. A Farmstead favorite, BrassWorks is a professional brass quintet performing at public venues, retirement communities, schools, houses of worship, corporate functions, weddings, reunions, and private parties. The group has played to audiences in the New York City, North Jersey, and Eastern Pennsylvania area since 2002. The BrassWorks music library contains almost six hundred arrangements of popular, Broadway, jazz, ragtime, folk, classical, international, holiday, patriotic, and traditional American music.
Phillis Wheatley in London, Summer 1773 This mini-lecture introduces the itinerary of early Black American woman poet Phillis Wheatley's six weeks in London 250 years ago in the summer of 1773, sharing the sights and scenes she toured and considering her perspectives in prose and poetry on Great Britain and America unknowingly on the verge of the American Revolution. The State Park Service offers this program as part of a series "Early Black American Women in Words" supported by New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, for the 250th anniversary of Phillis Wheatley's journey to England in 1773 and publication of Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral.