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Bernardsville Restaurant Week Bernardsville Restaurant Week is a celebration of eclectic and delectable variety of dining options in Bernardsville, NJ. This event offers a great opportunity for restaurants to connect with existing and new customers while cultivating some of the best dining experiences in the area.
Family Nature Walks (All Ages) Be curious with a Naturalist on these one-hour adventures into the Great Swamp. Dress for the weather; waterproof boots are strongly recommended. Pre-registration is not required. FREE Sundays, July 16, August 20, & September 17 9:30am-10:30am
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 &
Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage Historic Houses Tours 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.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Experience Steven Lutvak’s and Robert Freedman’s Tony Award-winning operetta this summer at SOPAC! Set in London in 1907, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder focuses on Monty Navarro, a penniless clerk. After the death of his mother, Monty discovers he is ninth in line to inherit the earldom of Highhurst, a grand estate controlled by the wealthy D’Ysquith banking family. After the imperious ruling Lord dismisses Monty’s claim of being a relative, the eight D’Ysquiths inheritors (all played by a single actor, adding to the merriment) begin dying in natural and unnatural ways. Meanwhile, Monty is trying to woo money-minded Sibella Hallward—until he finds himself drawn to young Phoebe D’Ysquith. How will all these convoluted storylines come together? Famed New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood praised A Gentleman’s Guide upon its premier in 2014, saying: “Despite the high body count, this delightful show will lift the hearts of all those who’ve been pining for what sometimes seems a lost art form: musicals that match streams of memorable melody with fizzily witty turns of phrase. Bloodlust hasn’t sung so sweetly, or provided so much theatrical fun, since Sweeney Todd first wielded his razor with gusto many a long
Watchung's Texier Open House Museum The Texier House Museum is Watchung’s central location for history, photos, fun facts, and artifacts. Visit and investigate each of the 6 rooms independently or together, speak with our tour guides, and learn about the many wonderful tales from Watchung’s (nearly) 100 year history! The Texier House Museum is typically open the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month from 2pm to 4pm, but be sure to periodically check this page for any updates or event closings. Admission is FREE. Donations are always greatly appreciated.
Botanical Art 101: Floral Wreath Illustration Join us in the garden for an artistic experience! Taylor Brosseau will lead a class in beginner botanical art. Surrounded by florals and foliage for inspiration, each participant will create their own floral wreath illustrations, which can be framed and displayed as a piece of art for your home! Taylor will teach the class tips and techniques on illustrating different flowers and leaves. She will guide the class through each step from creating a layout, to sketching ideas, and finishing your artwork. Included in the ticket price are all the items needed to create your floral wreath illustration. All you need to bring is creative energy! Each participant will go home with their very own stunning drawing. This class is suitable for all flower and art lovers, no artistic experience necessary.