Come check out our amazingly talented local musicians. Blue Grass and Cider at Burnt Mills is always a blast on Thursdays.
Curb Appeal Car Club's Cruise Nights in Downtown Bound Brook are back! Classic cars of all decades will cruise their way into Bound Brook every Thursday from 6pm-9pm. Stop by, pick out your favorite every Thursday- you never know what cool cars will show up! Event location: NJ Transit Parking Lot at Main Street & Mountain Ave.
WATCHUNG PTO’S FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY RETURNS FOR ITS THIRD SEASON Food Truck Fridays, a weekly family-friendly outdoor food truck gathering and fundraiser, will return for its third season. Every Friday from 4:30-7:30 PM, a rotation of food trucks will vend directly to the community. The weekly event will run through Friday October 21, 2022. For further information on vendors, truck schedule, and the Watchung PTO, visit watchungpto.com (https://www.watchungpto.com/Whg/custompage.cfm?cpid=5935)
Friday Night Cruise Nights will be returning to Downtown Somerville for the 2022 summer season! For more than 30 years, Downtown Somerville has hosted the largest cruise night on the East coast. From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, the coolest classic cars around line up along Main Street for you to check out as you stroll. Don't miss out on the annual tradition!
Take your pick from a variety of terrarium building classes from figurine to enclosed to open.
Come along on an exploration of Rockingham's history, with an emphasis on the period as General Washington's Headquarters in later 1783. About this event While the Continental Congress was meeting in Princeton, Rockingham, home of the prominent Berrien family, served as General George Washington's final Revolutionary War headquarters for over two-and-one-half months in 1783. On October 31, 1783, Washington and Congress received the long awaited news—the final version of the Treaty of Paris had been signed and the thirteen colonies were indeed independent of Great Britain. For eight years Washington had served his country in the Revolutionary War and as one of his last official acts wrote the Farewell Orders to the Armies at Rockingham in late October, in which he expressed his deep admiration and appreciation for the American army and announced his return to civilian life—renouncing any thought of kingship and ensuring the newly-minted country was headed in the direction envisioned in the Declaration of Independence seven years before. Join us for a tour of Rockingham and its 18th-century period-furnished rooms, with a special focus on General Washington's stay, including who accompanied him and what occurred at that time in the house's history! Reservations must be made at least 24