Now through October 26, The Bedminster Farmer's Market

​​A showcase for local agriculture (nearly all the produce sold at the market is grown within ten miles of River Road Park) with over 19 weekly vendors and 12 pop-up vendors offering a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, greens and herbs, mushrooms, coal fired brick oven breads, gluten free baked goods, bean to bar chocolates, cheeses, pastas, whole grains, eggs, flowers, honey, hand-dyed yarns from a local fiber farm, soups, wine, syrup, spices, organic coffees and tea; all natural pasture raised Angus beef, pork, chicken; small batch New York style deli pickles, pickled condiments, olives, relishes and tapenades, all natural dog treats, and more! Organizers have also planned a wide variety of activities throughout the season including children’s crafts, cooking demonstrations, birdwalks, artisans, and musical entertainment. The Bedminster Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Township’s River Road Park located at the corner of Routes 202/206 south and River Road. The market will run through Saturday, October 26.

Now through November 24, Hunterdon Land Trust Farmer’s Market 

A producers-only market featuring more than 20 local farmers and vendors offering organic produce, grass-fed beef, pork, chicken, yak, honey, artisan breads, cheese, granola, native plants and more. Visitors can enjoy a flatbread pizza made with ingredients provided by local farmers or homemade bureks. The market also has pastries, muffins, yogurt, bread, coffee and more. Farmers’ Market sponsors are Basil Bandwagon Natural Market, Northfield Bank, Matt’s Red Rooster Grill and McPherson and Newland Insurance.Every Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine St. in Flemington, NJ.

Now through September 29, “As You Like It” at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

"All the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players" One of Shakespeare’s most beloved romantic comedies, As You Like It has not been done on STNJ’s Main Stage in over a dozen years. Travel with the exiled Rosalind and her entourage to the Forest of Arden, where, disguised as a young man, Rosalind woos the love-sick Orlando. Inhabited by a multitude of colorful characters, royal and rustic, the play contains some of Shakespeare’s most eloquent speeches and lovely songs. The F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940.

Now through October 26, Fall Exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Art  

The Center for Contemporary Art is excited to announce its fall exhibitions. The exhibitions will include Amy Faris: Memory and the Explorer and Bascha Mon: New Land curated by Wes Sherman. Four Women from Trenton: Priscilla Snow Algava, Elizabeth Aubrey, Terri McNichol, Marge Miccio, will be curated by Mel Leipzig. The Center for Contemporary Art is located at 2020 Burnt Mills Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921. For more info about the exhibitions or art classes visit

September 15, Fall Harvest Fest 

Come on out to Fosterfields end experince one of Morris County’s most popular fall festivals! Hop aboard the open-air wagon for a scenic ride around the farm, visit the friendly farm animals, lend a hand churning butter and pressing apples into cider, and watch a blacksmith perform his craft. Enjoy live music, and learn some new old-time dance steps. Fun for the entire family! 12 noon - 5 p.m. Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Morris Township.

September 21, Tewksbury Harvest Festival 

Come on out for this an annual event celebrating the American tradition of family and community.  Live music, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, hay rides, tethered balloon rides, classic car show, pumpkin painting, bounce house, pie eating contest, beer garden, great food and much more! All proceeds benefit the Tewksbury First Aid & Rescue Squad and the Tewksbury Public Library. Noon – 5 p.m. at Christie Hoffman Farm Park, 108 Fairmount Rd W, Tewksbury, NJ 07830.

September 21, Creating Historic Speedwell-Protecting Our History 

Historic Speedwell is a lovely 7-acre property which consists of a number of historic 18th and 19th century buildings that were relocated here after being threatened with demolition as Morristown grew and expanded. Basically an architecture tour, you’ll also learn how these buildings were saved and renovated as examples of Morristown’s past. In the park, see “The Factory Building”- the site of the invention of the telegraph. The Morris County Tourism Bureau (MCTB) welcomes you to “Discover Morris County” and join us again for our annual fall walking tours and programs. Experience the rich history that Morristown has to offer with a knowledgeable guide. Tours and programs last approximately one hour. It is recommended that you pre-register and pre-pay to hold your spot as some of these tours do sell out quickly.

September 21, A-Maize-ing Corn Painting 

Use corn from Fosterfields Farm to create a beautiful work of art! Roll cobs of corn covered in fall paint colors and layer the colors to create a fantastic fall farm painting. 2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Morris Township.

September 21, Gristmill, Cider Mill 

Learn about the historic process of grinding apples to make cider, and assist with the hand-powered cider press. Create your apple-themed crafts to take home.  1 p.m. - 3 p.m. at Cooper Gristmill, 66 Route 24, Chester Township 07930.

September 21, Celebrate Raritan Headwaters’ 60 Years 

Watershed watchdog Raritan Headwaters Association (RHA) will celebrate its 60th anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 21, and local residents are invited to join in the festivities. A “country chic” 60th anniversary cocktail party will be held at RHA’s headquarters, the Fairview Farm Wildlife Preserve. The evening will include live music by Maribyrd, delicious food by BEX Catering and Metropolitan Seafood, and a live auction conducted by auctioneer Nick Dawes of Heritage Auctions and Antiques Roadshow. All attendees will receive a commemorative book covering RHA’s history, present-day stories, and a vision for the future. 6 p.m. at Fairview Farm, 2121 Larger Cross Road, Bedminster.

September 22, Willowwood Open House 

Take a guided tour of the gardens, or stroll the grounds using your cell phone to guide you. The Tubbs’ house will be open for a rare peek at the home life of botanizing brothers, Henry and Robert Tubbs. Get a glimpse of the decorative arts in the house. Light refreshments are provided by the Willowwood Foundation.  12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Willowwood Arboretum, 300 Longview Road, Chester Township.

September 28, Chester Lions Club Oktoberfest 

A family event featuring authentic German food including bratwurst, German potato salad, sauerkraut, smoked pork chops, apple strudel, delicious beehive cake and authentic plum cake as well as hot dogs, ice-cream, funnel cakes, and more. Beer tent, live music provided by Die Spitzbaum, entertainers, dancing, pony rides, bounce houses and other inflatables, games, a climbing wall, a classic car show, and more! Noon – 8 p.m. at Chubb Park, Route 24 West, Chester, NJ, 07930.

September 28, 4th Annual Speedwell Games! 

Get your game on, and be prepared for an exciting day of tournaments and triumphs! Enjoy games, and play with toys that were used in the bygone era of the Vail family. Visit the various buildings on site to compete, and complete the entire map to win a fabulous prize! 10 a.m. - 4 Historic Speedwell, 333 Speedwell Ave., Morristown.

September 29, Morristown Festival on the Green 

The premier fall festival in Northern New Jersey since 1994 is right here in Morristown. Each fall, Morristown hosts 60,000+ attendees in its historic downtown as families join us from throughout Northern New Jersey to enjoy non-stop entertainment for all ages on up to 4 different stages, 150+ exhibitors showcasing our local businesses, restaurants, and notable community groups. The event is a true testament to a community rich in national history and local pride. It’s a great music festival right in the heart of Morristown. Performers of every genre, plus Food, games, and of course, great Music! Admission is Free. 12 noon – 5:00 p.m., rain or shine.

October 2 through October 31, 'The Time to Mourn' 

Tour the Foster family home, The Willows, to explore the unique death and mourning traditions of the Victorian period. Customs, now considered strange, influenced loved ones for months and years after the deceased had passed. Ages 12 & Up. Wednesdays and Sundays at 1 and 2 p.m. Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Morris Township.

October 4 through 11, ‘Dracula’ at the Farmstead Arts Center

The Lord Stirling Theater Company will perform “Dracula” in the English Barn Theater at the Farmstead Arts Center. Theater performances, produced by The Lord Stirling Theater Company, present innovative community theater for all audience and performances are hosted in the English Barn twice a year. “Dracula” will open on Friday, October 4, with additional performances on October 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13. Tickets are $20 general admission, $18 for seniors (65 and over) and students (under 18), and $15 for Farmstead Arts members. Tickets may be purchased online at or at the door (cash only). English Barn Theater at the Farmstead Arts Center, 450 King George Road, Basking Ridge, NJ.

October 5, Victorian Morristown Walking Tour 

Learn about one of the grandest periods in Morristown’s 300-year history with guide Karen Ann Kurlander, a Victorian lifestyle expert and Historic District resident. Walk through town visiting commercial and residential buildings that date from 1870-1910. Victorian social customs will be presented, and you’ll learn how 100 Victorian homes came to be built within a few blocks of the Morristown Green. The Morris County Tourism Bureau (MCTB) welcomes you to “Discover Morris County” and join us again for our annual fall walking tours and programs. Experience the rich history that Morristown has to offer with a knowledgeable guide. Tours and programs last approximately one hour. 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. It is recommended that you pre-register and pre-pay to hold your spot as some of these tours do sell out quickly.

October 5, Morris County Park Palooza 

Eat, drink, and have fun at this one of a kind Halloween festival! Enjoy 20+ food trucks, a biergarten offering hand-crafted beers, live music featuring 3 bands, kids and adult games offered, face painting, and much more! Parking is FREE, and admission allows for re-entrance throughout the day. Purchase tickets online at for a discounted rate. All proceeds benefit MCPC and keeping our parks a place for you to enjoy! Saturday, October 5, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., Lewis Morris County Park, 270 Mendham Rd, Morris Township.

October 6, 19th Annual Pumpkin Festival 

Spend the day at the Whippany Railway Museum and Celebrate the Fall Harvest and the Season of the Witch, during the Museum’s 19th Annual Pumpkin Festival. Walk among the pumpkins, corn shocks and grinning scarecrows. Enjoy the wares of local craft merchants and railroad memorabilia dealers at the “Pumpkin Market Place Crafts Fair”. Enter the cab of 112 year-old steam locomotive No. 385 where you can sit in the engineer’s seat and blow the whistle and ring the bell. View two operating model railroad layouts. Climb aboard the “Pumpkinliner” excursion train and relax as the train follows the route of the historic “Whippanong Trail.”       Whippany Railway Museum, 1 Railroad Plaza, Whippany, NJ 07981-0016.

October 6, 1770's Festival 

Travel back in time as exhibitors and militias recreate colonial life on the site of Lord Stirling's Manor. Enjoy an educational and exciting day in the 1770's. 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Environmental Education Center, 190 Lord Stirling Rd, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920.

October 11, Tewksbury Historical Society 28th Juried Art Show and Sale 

Established in 1989 to preserve Tewksbury through artwork exclusively depicting Tewksbury Township subjects, the “Tewksbury Art Show” has expanded its scope while retaining its original spirit.  The show encompasses juried, small works and portfolio areas. The 28th Juried Art Show and Sale opens with a Champagne Preview from 5-6 p.m. This new feature allows potential buyers to view the artwork early while enjoying a special drink and food. Those not interested in arriving early may attend the Reception and Show from 6-8 p.m., as in the past.  The Show continues through Saturday, Oct. 20.  Public viewing and sale will take place on Saturday, Oct. 12, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Sunday, Oct.13, 1-5 p.m., Monday thru Thursday, Oct. 14-17, 12-5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 18, 12-8 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 19, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Show will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church, Christian Education Building, 15 Miller St., Oldwick, 08858.

October 11 - 26, Haunted Red Mill 2019 – Creatures of the Night 

This hair raising event features a bloody cast of fifty plus gruesome actors as well as state of the art sound and visual effects that will send you screaming and running for your lives. Rated by New Jersey magazine as one of New Jersey’s top haunted attractions, this bone-chilling, frightfest covers over 10 acres of terrifying terrain. Please be aware: this attraction includes live actors, special effects, fog and strobe lights. This is an intense experience meant to frighten adults – parental discretion is strongly advised. This year’s event will take place on Friday and Saturday nights October 11, 12, 18, 19, 25 and 26 from dusk to at least 10 p.m.  The Red Mill Museum Village, 56 Main Street, Clinton, NJ 08809.

October 11, 'By the Light of the Moon' 

Led by a Naturalist, adventurers will explore the Great Swamp while listening for animal sounds and using their night vision to walk the swampy trails beneath the stars. Walks will depart every 15 minutes with concurrent indoor activities including a maze, live critters, refreshments, and more. All ages. 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at Environmental Education Center, 190 Lord Stirling Rd, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920. Preregistration required.

October 12, Morristown Festival of Books 

This annual two-day event that takes place each autumn. The Morristown Festival of Books brings together acclaimed authors with readers and book lovers. 50+ acclaimed authors-something for everyone! Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Children’s, Young Adult, and Sci-Fi. Plus crafts, music, writer’s workshops, and lots of activities! The opening night is a ticketed Keynote Event featuring Preet Bharara lauded former U.S. Attorney at the Mayo Performing Arts Center at 7:30. The Main Festival takes place all day on Saturday (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.), rain or shine, at several beautiful locations in the heart of historic downtown Morristown, NJ. There are plenty of red-shirted volunteers to direct you once you arrive. Vail Mansion Lawn, 110 South Street,     Morristown, NJ 07960.

October 12, Lenape Day 

Join this annual event celebrating the Lenape with dancing, drums, and historical talks by the Ramapough Lenape People. Enjoy games, crafts, touring a replica wigwam, and more. Great fun for the entire family! Event will take place, rain or shine. 12 noon - 4 p.m. at Great Swamp OEC, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham Township.

October 12, Cider Pressing Day at the Ralston Cider Mill 

Observe the annual apple pressing on restored historic equipment and taste the fresh cider at New Jersey's last remaining cider mill. Docents will demonstrate the step-by-step process of apple cider production and tell the fascinating story of how this former gristmill for grinding grains into flour and cornmeal became a cider mill producing millions of gallons of apple cider, applejack and bootleg "Jersey Lightning!”  1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Ralston Cider Mill, 336 Mendham Road West, Mendham, NJ 07945.

October 12, Scarecrow Building Workshop 

Learn the ‘how-tos’ for creating your very own scarecrow for this year’s Scarecrows in the Garden! A scarecrow structure and materials for stuffing will be provided. Bring your own clothes or costume, or check out the bins of possibilities at the Arboretum. Perfect for families, scout groups, or individuals! Ages 5 & Up. 2 - 3:30 p.m. at Frelinghuysen Arboretum, 353 Hanover Ave, Morris Township. Preregistration is required.

Saturdays, October 13 - 27, Happy Haunts 

Enjoy a startle-free version of the Haunted Red Mill, toned down for kids and those who find the evening Haunted Red Mill too intense. This family friendly event Includes face painting and seasonal treats.  $10 per person, children age 2 and under are free. The Red Mill Museum Village, 56 Main Street, Clinton, NJ 08809.

October 12, Manestream’s Speakeasy: Equus XXVIII 

Guys Suit Up and Gals Dress to Kill. The moment you arrive, say the password "Equus" and you'll be immediately swept into the past. This won't be a "Blind Pig" experience, so grab your favorite speakeasy cocktail (not the usual "Coffin Varnish") and then race to the dance floor for a Charleston or two. 6:30-11:00 p.m. Trump National Golf Club, 900 Lamington Road, Bedminster. For more info visit


October 13, Raritan Headwaters Old Fashioned Country Fair 

Since 1980, RHA’s Old Fashioned Country Fair has attracted thousands of guests each year from the Somerset Hills region and beyond. Some of the highlights of this year’s Fair include: Country Music; Wagon rides drawn by Clydesdale horses; Children’s area featuring pumpkin painting, clean river race game and scarecrow dressing; Pumpkin Sling; and local, seasonal food cooked fresh by Bex Eatery. Proceeds from this popular event support RHA’s mission to protect the water in our rivers, our streams and our homes through environmental education, community well testing, stream monitoring and cleanup, research, and open space preservation. 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Fairview Farm, 2121 Larger Cross Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921.

Oct 13, Califon 7th Annual Street Fair 

All are welcome to attend this free event as historic downtown Califon is transformed into a communal scene of fall fun, food, and entertainment. Come stroll through Califon’s picturesque downtown and enjoy great live music on two stages featuring Ghost Head, and Captains of Leisure. A variety of tasty food vendors will also be on hand - so bring your appetites! Browse all the welcoming boutiques and family-owned businesses to find one of a kind treasures and enjoy unique Street Fair specials. Area businesses and vendors will also have tables set up along the Street Fair for your shopping pleasure! Also, back by popular demand, is the open mic for local artists. Games and entertainment will also be offered including a bounce house, face painting and dunk tank. In addition to the Street Fair festivities, the Jon Slusher Memorial Bridge to Bridge 5K Run/Walk will also be held on the same day.  It brings together family and friends from far away to celebrate the life of former Hunterdon Review editor Jonathan Slusher who died in 2010. Proceeds from the event go towards scholarships for students majoring in journalism and communication (registration at noon – 4 p.m in downtown Califon, NJ.

October 16 – November 17, 'Romeo and Juliet' at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey 

"My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep, the more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite." This, the world's most famous love story, is a tragedy of heartbreaking beauty that speaks to every person of every era. This timeless masterpiece about civil and domestic strife, a divided community, and the doomed union of star-cross lovers is a moving, provocative, eternally relevant work of art, filled with some of the most beautiful poetry ever penned. Ian Belknap, Artistic Director of New York's prestigious The Acting Company, directs. The F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940.

October 18 – November 2, “A Doll’s House, Part Two,” at Chester Theater group 

There is a knock on the door... In the final scene of Ibsen’s 1879 groundbreaking masterwork, A Doll’s House, Nora Helmer makes the shocking decision to leave her husband and children and begin a life on her own. In A Doll’s House, part Two, many years have passed since Nora’s exit. Now, there’s a knock on that same door. Nora has returned. But why? And what will it mean for those she left behind? Directed by Sky Spiegel Monroe. CTG’s Black River Playhouse, 54 Grove Street (at the corner of Maple Avenue), Chester, NJ 07930.

October 18, Annual Clinton Pumpkin Fest 

Enter painted, illuminated or carved pumpkins in the annual contest, or come down to see the wonderful creations!  A night of family fun with seasonal festivities in town! 6 – 9 p.m. in historic Clinton, NJ.

Oct 19 - 20, Chester’s 36th Annual Harvest Celebration 

You couldn’t pick a better way to spend a weekend!  Come and enjoy this FREE 2-day featuring Antique Apple Press Demo, Blacksmith Demo, Clown Performances, Country Square Dancing, Face Painting, Ford V-8 Antique Car Show, Guess the Pumpkin Weight, Pumpkin Painting, Live music by the Morris Music Men Barbershop Chorus, and more. Revel in the historic sounds of the American Revolution's Fife and Drum as performed by New Jersey's own Colonial Musketeers Junior Fife and Drum Corp and meet NBC Celebrity-Produce Pete on Saturday, October 19th from 12:00pm-3:00pm at the tented farm stand hosted by Alstede Farms. 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. throughout Historic Downtown Chester, NJ.

October 19, Fall Festival 

The Friends of Lord Stirling Stable offer themed hayrides, pony rides, and other child-friendly activities at the 4th Annual Fall Festival.  5 – 8 p.m. at Lord Stirling Stable, 256 S Maple Ave, Basking Ridge, NJ

October 20, Halloween Express 

The Whippany Railway Museum is a fun, safe place to bring the kids and enjoy the Halloween Season. Ride aboard our 10-mile, 45-minute round trip, spooky fun “Halloween Express”. Children of all ages are encouraged to come dressed in their Halloween costumes, helping to make the train a kid-friendly spooky sight. Tricks or Treats will be given out to passengers onboard the trains! All ages are welcome! 12 noon – 5 p.m. at Whippany Railway Museum, 1 Railroad Plaza, Whippany, NJ 07981-0016. 

October 26, Bedminster Charities Fall Fest 

A family fun day to benefit seven Bedminster-based organizations: Pottersville Volunteer Fire Company, The Center for Contemporary Art, Far – Hills Bedminster Fire Department, Far Hills – Bedminster First Aid Squad, Friends of the Jacobus Vanderveer House, Friends of the Clarence Dillon Public Library and Bedminster School Parent Teacher Organization. Live Music & Entertainment, food trucks, beer/wine garden, Classic Car Show, Kids Activities including huge bounce houses, games of chance (everyone’s a winner), face painting, hay rides, Vendor booths, giveaways, and a silent auction, LIVE Demonstrations from our Emergency Services and more! Come hungry and ready to eat! 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. at River Road Park, Bedminster, NJ.

October 26, St. Hubert’s 6th Annual Tricky Tray 

Join us for a fun night to benefit St. Hubert's! Basket Raffle with 250+ prizes, 50/50 raffle, complimentary coffee and desserts. Prizes include Big Screen TV, iPad, Amazon Kindles, Large Gift cards, Pet Lovers Gifts and more! This event sells out quick, don't miss out! 6 – 10 p.m. at St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Madison 575 Woodland Avenue Morristown, NJ, 07960.

October 26, Trail Tales and Teeny Tiny Trail Tales 

Hear silly, slightly spooky, and nature-themed tales told by costumed storytellers along the decorated nighttime trails. Ages 6 & Up. Or enjoy a less spooky version of the popular Halloween event at Teeny Tiny Trail Tales. Time slots between 5:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham Township.Preregistration is required.

October 26, A Miller's Halloween 

Come in costume! Enjoy spooky storytelling at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Create corn husk dolls and creepy crafts, and play old-time games. Tour the Gristmill, and look for surprises around every corner. All Ages. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. at Cooper Gristmill, 66 Route 24, Chester.

October 26, Historic Haunting 

A scary and fun afternoon awaits! Enjoy spooky ghost stories and Halloween fun and games. Come in costume for an old-fashioned costume contest. Prizes are awarded to all winners. All Ages. 12 noon - 4 p.m. at Historic Speedwell, 333 Speedwell Ave., Morristown.

October 27, Historic Halloween Happenings 

Play special Halloween games, decorate cookies, and try on old-fashion costumes. At 3:30 p.m., take a guided walk to see how many pumpkins are hiding in the nearby woods. Afterwards, board the open-air wagon for a ride to the Visitors Center. All Ages. 1 - 3:30 p.m. at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Morris Township.

November 2, 16th Annual Touch-A-Truck Day 

This annual event has been described as “a parade that stands still!” Imagine dump trucks, fire trucks, ambulances, police cars, military jeeps, and lots more; over 40 vehicles all in one place – parked so kids of all ages can get a close-up look! The atmosphere is relaxed, pressure-free and noncommercial. Don’t forget your camera! 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Deer Path Park, 120 West Woodschurch Road, Flemington, NJ.

November 9, Paranormal Evenings at Cooper Gristmill 

Experience the phenomenon known as ‘ghost hunting,’ led by Specter Seekers Paranormal Society, a group of experts with over 25 years of paranormal experience. Join an investigation of Cooper Gristmill, for the first time. Learn the different methods and equipment used to contact, confront, and communicate with the other side. 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. at Cooper Gristmill, 66 Rt. 24, Chester, NJ 07930. Preregistration is required.

November 17, Thanksgiving Harvest Home & Armistice Observation 

Experience a historic farm-style Thanksgiving holiday! Help prep dinner at the farmer’s house, enjoy a leisurely wagon ride, and visit the friendly farm animals. See an authentic World War I ambulance, and honor U.S military personnel and veterans during a special program recognizing the anniversary of U.S. involvement in WWI. U.S. military personnel, past and present, are admitted FREE. 12 noon – 4 p.m. at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, 73 Kahdena Road, Morris Township, NJ 07960.


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