Weekend Top 10: 3.31-4.2
1. Discover the Dinosaurs, Garden State Exhibit Center
2. Astronomy Tonight, RVCC Planetarium
3. Sunday Farm to Table Market, Duke Farms
4. Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, State Theatre New Jersey
5. Science-sational Day, Ted Blum 4-H Center
6. August: Osage County (opening weekend), Villagers Theatre
7. Woodland Walks, Leonard J. Buck Garden
8. Woodcock Watch, Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary
9. Photos with the Easter Bunny, Bridgewater Commons Mall
10. Tyler Babey Art Show & 10th Anniversary Celebration, Be Fit Anywhere
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Somerset County Named One of the Best Places to Live in America
Three counties in NJ make best places to live in America and Somerset County is one of them! The data compiler 24/7 Wall Street developed a list of the 25 best counties in which to live, based on an index based on three social measures — educational attainment, poverty rate and life expectancy. 24/7 then ranked counties based on their well-being, and Somerset County came in at number #16! According to their study, Somerset County has 52.5% of adults having at least a bachelor’s degree, one of the highest shares of any county and well above the nationwide share of 29.8% of adults. Residents with a college education are more likely to be employed in high-paying industries. The typical household in Somerset earns an annual income of $100,667, 10th highest among all U.S. counties. Higher education and incomes are tied to better health outcomes, which may help explain Somerset’s 82.4 year life expectancy, more than three years longer than the national life expectancy at birth.
Discover a plethora of work in progress performances, now through June 19th.
Easter Wine Baskets
The Bernards Inn custom, hand-picked wine baskets are the perfect gift for family, friends or colleagues for any occasion.
Rutgers Master Gardener Program
Learn about horticulture, provide community and university services, and enjoy the company of other like-minded volunteers all in Somerset County.
Mac & Cheese March Meltdown
Say hello to a different type of Mac & Cheese every day during the month of March at Stonehouse at Stirling Ridge!
An evening full of Bourbon Whiskey tastings: Buffalo Trace, Blantons, 1792 and Buffalo Trace Cream, and a very special menu.
Come watch as Executive Chef, Corey W. Heyer from the Bernards Inn competes against Chef De Cuisine, Anthony Capella from the Ryland Inn.
2017 NJ Travel Guide
Your ticket to accommodations, attractions, beaches, history, outdoors, shopping and more!
U.S. Women's Open
The U.S. Women’s Open annually draws an international list of top-ranked professional and amateur players.