Find the best things to do in NJ this weekend, including food festivals, concerts, family-friendly events, performances and art exhibits. Our events calendar is your go-to guide for fun in New Jersey.
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See the Cherry Blossoms in Branch Brook Park In Branch Brook Park, more than 4,000 blooming trees create one of the largest cherry-blossom extravaganzas in the world.
Pick Your Own Tulips at Holland Ridge Farms Beginning in mid-April, walk through the rainbow fields, cut your own flowers, snap photos and grab some food-truck grub.
Morven Museum & Garden’s Online Plant Sale Through April 12, browse a wide array of perennials, annuals, shrubs and more.
Cape May Lighthouse Reopens Daily Beginning March 26, the 160-year-old nautical relic welcomes visitors to climb 199 steps to the watch gallery and take in the panoramic views.
New Jersey Theatre Alliance’s Stages Festival Forty professional theaters come together each year to offer more than 60 free and low-cost performances, classes and events for all ages.
NJSO Everywhere In this prerecorded, virtual series, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra musicians perform solo and chamber concerts outdoors in iconic New Jersey locations.
April 16–25: Enjoy a three-course meal for $23 or $33 at participating Shore restaurants.
Walk through the rainbow fields, cut your own flowers, snap photos and grab some food-truck grub.
Come on down for a day of family fun with original & interesting Arts & Crafts, shopping, kid’s rides and great FOOD!
Shop a variety of lovely, handmade & specialty items at this shopportunity, and pick out a gift Mom will treasure forever!
Join us for a month of discussions of new and exciting books. Meet the authors and explore a wide variety of topics and issues.
May 14–AUG 26: The lineup for this summerlong outdoor concert series at Suneagles Golf Club in Eatontown includes Brian Fallon, Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes and Judy Collins.