ChiliMania this Week & St. Patrick’s Day Week(March 17 – 22) at Zeppelin Hall

Warm Up With Zeppelin Hall’s ChiliMania Now Until March 8th


Celebrate one of America’s favorite winter dishes at Zeppelin Hall’s ChiliMania through Sunday, March 8th. Fire up your winter and stay nice and warm with a menu that features nine diverse chili options. Dishes include the classic Four Alarm Chili prepared with ground beef, Fresno chilies, chipotle peppers, six different kinds of chili powder and kidney beans, to more exotic creations. Feeling bold? Spice up your taste buds with the Route 666 Ten Alarm Chili, it’s so hot, you’ll have sign a waiver before digging in! Also featured on this special menu are Texas Elk Chili, Lamb Chili Gyro, and even Chili Mac and Cheddar, the ultimate comfort food with a twist made with elbow pasta sautéed with chipotle chilies in all beef chili smothered in a cheddar cheese sauce. For desert, treat yourself and cozy up with a unique concoction: Chocolate Chili complete with mini marshmallows, jalapeño caramel sauce, chocolate ganache and vanilla ice cream. Of course, it’s never too cold for ice-cream. In the spirit of the occasion, chow down on your chili while enjoying a live country band on March the 7th.

St. Patrick’s Day Week Mar 17 – 22, 2015

Celebrate the luck o’ the Irish at Zeppelin Hall from March 17th till March 22nd. In the spirit of the holiday, Zeppelin Hall will have a special menu featuring traditional meat and potato dishes and other St. Patty’s Day favorites. Enjoy Corned Beef and Cabbage, or an Irish Reuben Sandwich, which puts a twist on the classic with corned beef pilled high atop savory, Irish bacon, melted Swiss, sauerkraut and Thousand Island on warm toasted rye bread. Other fun menu items range from creamy, Potato Bacon Soup for $4.95 and traditional Fish and Chips for $13.9 to and a Beef Guinness Stew for $10.95. And of course, what’s St. Patties day without a pint of beer for each hand?


About Zeppelin Hall:

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Zeppelin Hall (88 Liberty View Dr, Jersey City, NJ 07302) is the Metropolitan Area’s largest biergarten featuring more than 50 European and American beers on 144 taps including Specialty Brews, Lagers, Pilsner, Ale, IPA, Stout, Hard Cider, and even Non-Alcoholic & Gluten Free selections. Zeppelin Hall is located in Jersey City’s Liberty Harbor, with free parking and just steps away from the Light Rail and a short walk from the PATH train. For more information on Zeppelin Hall please visit,

Boonton Main Street Presents “Student Art Celebration” March 6th

FirstFriday_LogoExperience Boonton Main Street’s historic downtown! Businesses will be open late for an evening of sales, socializing, dining, art, and shopping. Artwork by local students from Boonton High School, Morris County School of Technology, and art studios along Boonton Main Street will be on display in businesses starting on March 6th and continuing throughout the month of March. Post photos on social media using the hashtags #BoontonStudents and #BoontonFF!

For More Info visit:
Facebook – BtnMainStreet
Twitter: @BtnMainStreet
Pinterest: Boontonmain
Instagram: @btnmainstreet

Date: Friday, March 6, 2015 from 5-9 PM
Address: Main Street, Boonton, NJ
Cost: Free

Official Press Release:

Boonton Main Street, Inc. will host First Friday Late Night: Student Art Celebration on Friday, March 6, from 5-9 PM. Student artwork and photography will be on display along Main Street in Boonton starting on Friday, March 6th and continuing throughout the month of March. Featured artwork is provided by students from Boonton High School, Morris County School of Technology, and Boonton Main Street’s own Speakeasy Art Gallery and Culture Cabin.

“We are looking forward to having a venue for these talented students to display their artwork at our retailer and vacant spaces!” said Boonton Main Street Executive Director, Chris Manzella. “We are hoping that this garners large-scale exposure for the artists while also promoting foot traffic to our historic downtown. We think this is will be a wildly successful event you will not want to miss!”

First Friday Late Night: Student Art Celebration is a great opportunity to experience Main Street’s unique shops, amazing art galleries, and fabulous restaurants. Visitors can enjoy dining, shopping, art galleries, sales, specials, live music, and entertainment as they stroll Boonton’s historic downtown district and admire the artistic talent of local students.

Artists and their artwork locations include:
-Suzi Cakes (706 Main Street): Maya Ruderman
-PCPS MaxHelp (718 Main Street): Students of Speakeasy Art Gallery
-Scoop House (813 Main Street): Alia McLaughlin
-Speakeasy Art Gallery (816 Main Street): Students of Speakeasy Art Gallery
-Cask & Kettle (904 Main Street): Students of Speakeasy Art Gallery

Visitors to Boonton Main Street during First Friday Late Night are encouraged to share photos on social media using the hashtags #BoontonStudents and #BoontonFF.

First Friday Late Nights are a monthly program put on by Boonton Main Street, Inc. to provide retailers and the community a venue to convene to share in the joy of all that the Boonton Main Street district has to offer. It continues the year long sentiment of Shop Small that has become the mantra of downtown shopping districts across the United States.

For more information about the evening’s events please visit:

About Boonton Main Street Inc:

Boonton Main Street, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, and revitalizing the historic downtown shopping district of Main Street, Boonton, NJ. The organization is located at 620 Main Street, Boonton, NJ.

Events to Check Out this Weekend – March 6 – 8, 2015

Lots of St. Patrick Day Parades this Weekend! Check ‘em out:
Hoboken St. Paddy’s Celebration - March 7
Ocean County St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 7th @ Noon (Free)
Nutley St. Patrick’s Day Parade - March 7th @ 1pm (Free)
Burlington County St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 7th @ 1pm (Free)
South Amboy St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 7th @ 2pm (Free)
Asbury Park St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 8th @ Noon (Free)
Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 8th @ 1pm (Free)
Woodbridge St. Patrick’s Day Parade – March 8th @ 1:30pm (Free)

First Friday Late Night: Student Art Celebration – Mar 6

FirstFriday_LogoCome stroll the historic downtown district of Boonton Main Street for First Friday Late Night! Businesses will be open late for an evening of sales, socializing, dining, art, and shopping.

Date: Friday, March 6th, 2015; 5pm to 9pm
Address: Boonton Main Street, Main St., Boonton
Cost: Free

Camden Comic Con – March 7

Camden Comic Con 2015 returns to Rutgers University-Camden for its second outing. The comic-themed and geek culture event will be held on March 7, 2015 from 10 AM to 4 PM in the Athletics and Fitness Center on Rutgers University-Camden’s campus. The event is all-ages and free to the public. The event will have an eclectic mix of comic shops, dealers, comic/geek themed crafters, gaming vendors, and several small press publishers. There will also be panels on a wide range of topics, workshops and activities for all ages, and a cosplay contest. Some of the special guests include Mark McKenna (X-Men, Justice League), Dave Bullock (Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman ’66) Bryan J.L. Glass (Mice Templar, Furious), Neil D. Vokes (Superman Adventures, Untold Tales of Spider-Man), Mark Poulton (Koni Waves, Savage Hawkman), and many more. Like on Facebook!

Date: Saturday, March 7th, 2015; 10am to 4pm
Address: Athletic & Fitness Center; 301 Linden Street, Camden
Cost: Free

Maple Syrup Day – Mar 8

Make sure you attend this favorite program and see how syrup gets to your table. We will go for a short hike to ‘collect’ our star ingredient and then challenge you to a taste test upon our return to the Nature Center. Do you prefer real or imitation syrup?

Date: Sunday, March 8th, 2015
Address: Poricy Park Nature Center; 345 Oak Hill Rd, Red Bank
Cost: $10 per Non-member; $30 per Non-Member

Belmar Restaurant Tour – Mar 8

Stroll through Downtown Belmar and taste some of the most delicious foods from iconic eateries of the Jersey Shore!

Date: Sunday, March 8th, 2015; 11:30 to 4:30
Address: Downtown Belmar, NJ
Cost: $30 in advance, $35 day of

Brewery Review: River Horse Brewing Co in Ewing Twp


I am very quickly checking off  visiting a lot of breweries all around New Jersey! Good thing I recently became a NJ Craft Beer Member!

I have drank River Horse beer before, so I was looking forward to visiting their brewery in New Ewing Twp (Right by Trenton). They have a pretty big facility in New Ewing compared to their former space in Lambertville.


If you decide to go and you want to go on the tour, be sure to sign up for the tour before hand! When we went it was busy! The tour was great because it was only $5 and we got to try 4 different beers.

The tour itself it quite informative. It was roughly 30 minutes, and you get to try the samples at different stations along the route of the tour. I highly recommend doing it.


Beers I tried while I was there:
– River Horse IPA: American Style IPA, ABV – 5.7%
– Triple Horse: Belgian Style Tripel Ale, ABV – 10.0% (!!)
– Oatmeal Milk Stout: Stout brewed with oats and milk sugar, ABV – 6.7%
– Belgian Freeze: Winter Ale available Oct-Dec, ABV – 8%
– Chocolate Porter – ABV - 6.5%

The last 3 beers are all seasonal, but definitely try to get your hands on them!


I also really enjoyed the decor of the place. There were hippos everywhere! They have a lot of great, original art work all around the brewery which gives it a really hip (pun not intended) vibe.


Inside the brewery you can buy pints of beer, growlers, and they have lots of merch.


My husband and I went home with a growler of Tripel Horse and a 4-pack of Hippo-Lantern. AKA we went home very happy.


Be sure to check them out! Details are below!

For more pictures be sure to check out my Facebook album!

About River Horse Brewing Co:

Address: 2 Graphics Drive, Ewing Township, NJ
Hours: Friday – Sunday 12pm to 5pm
*Tours are available by appointment. For more info click HERE

Check out more info on their Website!

Like them on Facebook, Follow on Twitter @RiverHorseBrew & Instragram

Diner Round Up – Amwell Valley Diner in Ringoes

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After going to Old York Cellars in Ringoes, I had a hankering for some diner food so my friends and I traveled to the Amwell Valley Diner!

The diner itself is a total throwback. It’s on the smaller side, retro looking booths, a small diner counter with an amazing looking dessert refrigerator.

It’s definitely a local town diner, it seemed like everyone knew each other. I really like that even if I feel like an outsider.

Their menu is extremely affordable and it’s a smaller menu so you don’t take forever to make a choice.

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My husband got a pork roll egg and cheese sandwich, and if you’re wondering you can also get this sandwich as just pork roll. And yes, it says PORK ROLL on the menu…so stop fighting me on that.

#porkroll egg and cheese for lunch! #njdiners #jerseyeats #amwellvalleydiner #eastamwell #nj #newjersey #njisntboring

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Overall, the service was great and friendly and the food was very good! I got a Greek omelette which was really good and super filling.

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Definitely check it out if you’re in the area!

Basic Info
Address: 400 Route 31, Ringoes, NJ photo 1(1)
Phone #: (732) 787-1127

Diner Facts:
24 Hours – No
Parking Lot – Yes
Liquor License – No
Salad Bar – No
Homemade Desserts – Yes

Trying Out the New Bar Bites Menu @ Bonefish Grill – Lawrenceville, NJ

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Can you believe I’ve never been to a Bonefish Grill before? If YOU haven’t been…you definitely should check it out.

I was invited to go to the Lawrenceville location to try out their new Bar Bites menu which was launched a few weeks ago. The location was really easy to get to, right off of Route 1 South, and it’s in a shopping area that has lots of great stores, I really enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant, it had great mood lighting and the decor was romantic and clean.

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Now for the food…

The Bar Bites menu starts at just $5 and there is a lot of different things to choose from…so my husband and I got to try a lot of different things we might not have normally ate.

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I decided that my meal would be completely made of appetizers from the bar bites menu since it all looked very good. I started with the chipolte shrimp dim sum sliders and shared the mac and cheese bites. Seen here:

I had never even heard of a dim sum slider before, but it was really interesting. You have a choice or BBQ pork or chipolte shrimp and it comes with 3 dim sum slider buns. It was REALLY good. The mac and cheese bites were also delicious, and I also enjoyed the sweet chili sauce it came with. I also added to my meal a blackberry red sangria which was amazing! All their drinks, including a long list of martinis, looked delicious. I was quite fond of my sangria though…

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Next I decided to try their street tacos which are served in a wonton shell. They have two options, lobster and ahi tuna tartare so I decided to try both. They were both fantastic and I highly recommend them.

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I also wanted to mention that my husband, who is not a big seafood person, got their kobe beef burger and it looked amazing. There is something for everyone!

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We finished the night with the “in the dough” doughnuts where you can inject your doughnuts with hot fudge and caramel. AMAZING…and fun!

If you do go to Bonefish Grill in the near future, be sure to use this coupon! It gives you a complimentary dim sum sliders, mac and cheese bites or doughnuts (all of which can be seen above!!) But hurry, it expires on March 15th!

Info for the Lawrenceville Location:

Address: Mercer Mall, 3371 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville, NJ
Phone: (609) 799-3413
Make Reservations Here

Dover Little Theatre Presents Death of a Salesman


Dover Little Theatre, 69 Elliott Street in Dover NJ will present Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.

The show centers around the last days of Willie Loman, a failing salesman, who cannot understand how success and happiness have missed him. Through a series of tragic revelations of the life he has lived, it is discovered how his quest for the American Dream blinded him to the people who loved him. A thrilling work of deep and revealing beauty that remains one of the most profound, classic dramas of the American Theatre and taught in schools throughout the country.

Directed by Claire Bochenek, the cast includes the following:

Willy Loman – Bob Scarpone
Linda Loman – Kate Daly
Biff Loman… -Michael Reddin
Happy Loman – Michael Jay
Charlie – Frank Bläuer
Howard – Nick DiDomenico
Bernard – Anthony Miceli
Ben – George Fear
Stanley – Ted Nykun, Jr
The Woman – Caitlin Jurewicz, Alison Devereaux (March 14th)

The show runs March 13, 2015 – March 28, 2015. Friday and Saturday shows at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.

Dates: March 13, 2015 – March 28, 2015
Address: 69 Elliott Street, Dover , New Jersey
Cost: $17. Get tickets HERE
Like them on Facebook

About the Dover Little Theatre

Many people are unaware of an intimate little theatre nestled in the hills of Dover called, of all things, The Dover Little Theatre. We are always shocked when folks walk in for the first time stating that they are long-time residents of Dover or surrounding towns and never heard of us! Well, truth be told, in most cases, we’ve been here longer than they have been. We’ve just been waiting for them… The theatre itself seats 100 people, allowing audiences one of the most intimate theatre experiences in Morris County. DLT produces four mainstage productions per season, utilizing the talents of local actors, actresses, producers, directors and many other volunteers.

DLT was established in 1933 through the efforts of a dedicated group of theatre enthusiasts who sought to establish a “home” for theatrical arts and artists. The first season (1933/34) included three plays, one of which was “Lady Windermere’s Fan” (pictured). Since then, over 300 successive plays have been produced!

Address: 69 Elliott Street, Dover , New Jersey
Phone: 212 868 4444

Coming Home Rescue Will Hold Adoption Events For Homeless Dogs in March 2015

Press Release:

Coming Home Rescue, a 501(c)3 non-profit dog rescue organization, will host adoption events for homeless dogs on weekends in March 2015. The rescue group regularly hosts events on weekends at various locations in Morris, Passaic and Essex counties. Interested adopters that can’t make it out to an event, can contact Coming Home Rescue to schedule a meet and greet by calling 1-888-405-7221 to select a day and time. For more information about the organization and available dogs looking to be adopted, visit

Saturday, March 7, 2015 from 11am-3pm   Gina
150 Route 10
East Hanover, NJ

Saturday, March 14, 2015 from 11am-3pm
275 Route 10
Succasunna, NJ 07876 Blake

Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 11am-3pm
Mike’s Feed Farm
90 Hamburg Turnpike
Riverdale, NJ

Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 11am-3pm
PetSmart Brynn
367 Mount Hope Ave
Rockaway, NJ


About Coming Home Rescue:

Coming Home Rescue is a volunteer based, 501(c)3 organization focused on helping homeless animals in shelters throughout New Jersey.

It is estimated that approximately 38,000 animals were euthanized in the state of New Jersey last year alone. Coming Home Rescue is dedicated to reducing that number by rescuing and re-homeing as many dogs from these shelters as possible.

We have saved over 750 dogs since starting in 2009.

Brewery Review: Kane Brewing Co in Ocean Twp


I’m very fortunate that I live fairly close to a few breweries. I had been wanting to check out Kane Brewing for a while, and decided to finally go!

The brewery is a lot bigger than it looks. When you walk in there’s a room to fill growlers and buy merchandise, and you think that’s it…but then there’s a whole warehouse/tasting room where there were lots of people were drinking and having a great time.

When we arrived, it was 10 min before the tour started we didn’t have time to really start drinking…but I decided to try to Parhelion ($3 for the 4 oz)while we waited and it was delicious. The Parhelion is a bourbon barrel-aged Imperial IPA, 9.4% ABV. Definitely had a kick!

Although the place was packed, no one else seemed to wanted to do the 1pm tour so my friends and I got a private tour which was pretty sweet! The tour is free if you’re in the brewery, so you might as well go!

After we finished the tour we got down to drinking and we tried a flight of the four beers they had on tap:
– Head High; American India Pale Ale (IPA)
– Overhead; American India Pale Ale (IPA)
– Single Fin; Belgian-style Blonde Ale
– Silent Nights; Imperial Stout


A flight is $6, and to try a 4 oz beer it’s $3 for the Silent Nights and $2 for the year round beers. I recommend being adventurous, a flight is definitely the most cost effective and you can try all the beers!


*FYI The Parhelion I mentioned before was not available for flights or growlers.

Speaking of growlers, we purchased a 64 oz growler so we’ll definitely be back visiting soon! It’s definitely a popular spot!


You can see more pictures from my Facebook album.

About Kane Brewing Co:

(From their Website) Launched in August of 2011, Kane Brewing Company is a small craft brewery located on the coast of New Jersey. Our focus is brewing American-style and Belgian influenced ales. All of our handcrafted beers are unfiltered, unpasteurized and brewed locally in our custom built brew house located in Ocean Township in Monmouth County. Most of our beers are draft-only and available at bars and restaurants in coastal, central and northern New Jersey where we hand deliver each beer to ensure the highest level of both beer freshness and service. We hope you enjoy drinking our beers as much as we enjoy creating them.

Address: 1750 Bloomsbury Avenue, Ocean Township
Hours: Friday 5pm to 8pm, Saturday 12pm to 5pm and Sunday 12pm to 5pm.

*Self-guided tours on Fridays and Saturdays and guided tours at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays

Check out more info on their Website!

Like them on Facebook, Follow on Twitter @KaneBrewing, & Instagram

Events to Check Out This Weekend – Feb 27 – March 1st, 2015

Girls Night Out – Feb 27

Want to escape for a night from the stress at home and work!? Grab your favorite ladies and join us for a Girls Night Out at Lago Restaurant, Lounge & Banquet Hall! There will be live entertainment, vendors and four exclusive fashion shows! Diane & Co. will be displaying high-end women’s evening wear fashions followed by Cocktail dresses! Studio One Lingerie will be showcasing sexy women’s lingerie and the event will end with an exclusive Mens exotic underwear preview! The dance floor will be open all night! Engaged? Invite your whole bridal party! Vendors will be offering their products at exclusive Girls Night Out discounts so bring your wallets! Shop, dance, eat, drink and be fashionable all night long at Girls Night Out! And don’t forget, “What happens at Girls Night, stays at Girls Night,” and your secrets are safe with us!

Date: Friday, February 27th, 2015; 7pm to 10pm
Address: Lago; 230 Washington Pl., North Brunswick
Cost:$25, covers two beverages and hors d’oeuvres

ShamROCK and Roll - Feb 28


Hometown Heroes is hosting the Shamrock and Roll, coming up on Saturday, February 28th at the Toms River Elks Lodge. It’s an Irish themed event with traditional Irish Fare, unlimited beer feat. selections from Rinn Duin Brewing, a kilt contest where the winner wins a custom kilt from American Highlander Tuxedoes & Kilts, music from Whiskey on Thursday, Birmingham Six, and Shamrock & Thistle Pipes and Drums, plus a whiskey tasting.

Date: Saturday, February 28th, 2015; 6pm to 10pm
Address: Toms River Elks Lodge; 600 Washington Street, Toms River
Cost: $50, purchase tickets Here!

A Wing and a Prayer aka Wingfest - Feb 28


Chicken Wing connoisseurs will gather in Hoboken to determine which local establishment can lay claim to the title, “Best Chicken Wings in Hoboken.” The Third Annual “A Wing and a Prayer” chicken wing cook-off, hosted by the St. Francis Helpers, will be held on Saturday, February 28, at the Hoboken Elks Lodge (1005 Washington St.). Tickets to “A Wing and a Prayer” are $40 per person and include all-you-can-eat wings, sides, beer and wine – and the ability to cast your vote for “Best Chicken Wings in Hoboken!” Various raffles will also be held.

Date: Saturday, February 28th, 2015; 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Address: Hoboken Elks Lodge; 1005 Washington St, Hoboken
Cost: $40, Buy Tickets Here

Jazz in the Vineyards – Feb 28


Live music by The Geno White Trio – Geno White is a Cape May favorite who offers a whole other side to the harmonic workings of the blues. Some will call it Jazz-blues but it turns full circle into a lovely sensual and smooth instrumental music experience. Geno is a regular at the Cape May Jazz Festivals, he has toured nationally and has won two ASCAP awards for his Music from Inside the Lighthouse. Join us under the heated tents for a full day of Jazz, wine tastings,wine by the glass or bottle, heated sangria, vineyard tours, and local vendors. Our monthly events are always free admission and rain or shine.

Date: February 28th, 2015; 12 to 5pm
Address: Natali Vineyards, 221 North Delsea Drive, Cape May Courthouse
Cost: Free admission

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Breakfast – Feb 28

Fans of Dr. Seuss can put on their Bar-ba-loot suits, stick a Wocket in their pockets, hop on pop and make a stop at Liberty Hall Museum for a super good time at our Dr. Seuss Birthday Breakfast! Kids will enjoy an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, make their very own Dr. Seuss hat, and even take their picture with silly props and The Cat in the Hat!

Date: Saturday, February 28th, 2015; 10am to Noon
Address: Liberty Hall Museum; 1003 Morris Ave., Union, NJ
Cost: $30/adults; $25/children. Call 908-527-0400 to reserve

Winter Warm Up & Family Expo – Feb 28

Free Pop Up style event coming to St Mary’s Parish Center Manahawkin featuring outdoor gaming garden, cinema style screenings of Landfall, demos and merchant marketplace for every one to enjoy from 10 am – 2 pm. Starting with outdoor gaming trailers and National Guard Call of Duty Virtual exhibit, winter warming seating areas, disc golf lessons and demos and Davids Generation Team serving up hot chocolate and treats. Inside Home Depot will have children workshops featuring birdhouses and other take home projects, local businesses will feature winter deals and spring previews at the Marketplace and Lighthouse International Film Society and Jetty will be screening their acclaimed film Landfall. Gourmet food specialties will be for sale . There is no charge for the public to attend or take part in any of the Winter Warm Up activities.

Date: Saturday, February 28th, 2015; 10a to 2pm
Address: St. Mary’s Center; McKinely Ave. & Bishop Ln., Manahawkin
Cost: Free

Sugar Maple Celebration – Feb 28 & March 1

Join us in celebrating the Sugar Maple and (quite literally) all it brings to the table! Learn how to tap a tree and enjoy the process of maple sugaring with Duke Farms Executive Director Michael Catania. Participate in activities and nature hikes focused on wildlife, tree identification, best forestry practices, and climate change as it relates to the Sugar Maple and our native forests. Share the taste of New Jersey maple syrup, visit a live sawmill demonstration, and don’t miss your chance to try the maple syrup specialty items that will be served all day in our café!

Dates: February 28th & March 1st, 2015
Address: Duke Farms; 1112 Dukes Pkwy. W., Hillsborough, NJ
Cost: Free

Greenberg’s Train & Toy Show – Feb 28 – Mar 1

The Show features 50+ Tables of Trains for Sale and 150+ Exhibitors from Across the Country

Dates: February 28th – March 1st, 2015
Address: NJ Expo Center; 97 Sunfield Ave, Edison NJ, 08837
Cost: $8 Adults, 12 and under FREE

6th Annual Chili Cook-Off & Homebrewing Contest – Mar 1

Bring your taste buds and best beer-drinking buds to Our Lady of Grace Gym located at 422 Willow Avenue on Sunday, March 1st, 2015 from 2-6pm for a competition that will make you sweat! This year’s proceeds will go to In Jesus’ Name Charities food pantry. Enjoy live music by Gravy Train, unlimited chili and beer samples and a heated competition! Sponsored by Rockefeller Group, 902 Brewing, hMAG, Ben & Jerry’s, and Hoboken Grace!

Date: Sunday, March 1st, 2015; 2pm to 6pm
Address: 422 Willow Avenue, Hoboken
Cost: $40, get tickets HERE

Maple Sugaring Fest – March 1

Join us Sunday, March 1st from 1 – 4 pm for our Maple Sugaring Fest. Learn the basic steps to making maple syrup, from tapping a tree to cooking the sap. Enjoy homemade flapjacks, refreshments, and other fun activities for the whole family.

Date: Sunday, March 1st; 1pm to 4pm
Address: Reeves-Reed Arboretum; 165 Hobart Ave., Summit
Cost: $10/person or $25 max/family; free for members