- Colts Neck Kitchen Tour
Explore 10 kitchens throughout Colts Neck. The tour includes a complimentary wine and food sampling at Four JGs Vineyard (on Hillsdale Road) with chef Chris Brandl of Brandl Restaurant in Belmar as guest chef.
Wednesday, September 27th
Tickets are $45 each and are only available at the following establishments:
Folio Art Glass in Colts Neck
Mulberry Market in Colts Neck
Better Housekeeping Shop in Red Bank
- Tasting Tour of Allenhurst, Interlaken, Loch Arbor, Ocean, Asbury Park and Ocean Grove Homes.
This tour features 11 themed kitchens with samplings of cuisine served by local chefs. Each kitchen will also feature a designed table and floral display sponsored by the area designers and florists. This is a fundraiser sponsored by Pope John XXIII Regional School, 73 Wickapecko Drive, Ocean Township.
Saturday, September 30th
10am to 3pm
Tickets $40 in advance/$45 day of the Tour
To purchase tickets in advance call 732-663-0736
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- A Day in Old Mount Tabor - Thirteenth Annual House Tour
The Mt.Tabor Historical Society is sponsoring a self-guided walking tour of 15 Victorian cottages and historic buildings. Other attractions include a quilt exhibit, an ironworking demonstration, period costumes, and musical entertainment.
Saturday, September 30, 2006
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$20.00 per person
For additional information and/or advance tickets, call 973-586-1564
- Moonlight Garden Tour – Old Bridge
Ten gardens will be open to the public on Sept. 30 as part of the Moonlight Parade of Ponds. This tour will showcase winter gardening at night. Contributions to one of two charities is requested: Township With a Heart, a private nonprofit organization, and St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. More information here.
R.S.V.P. by Sept. 28
Gather at 6 pm Sept. 30 at the headquarters of Groundskeeper, 2545 Route 516., Old Bridge.
Sandwiches and soft drinks will be served.
The guided bus tour will depart at 7 pm.
Call (732) 679-8600 or visit www.groundskeeperinc1973.com for more information, or e-mail email@example.com.
- Forest Hill, Newark
A self-guided tour of some of Forest Hill's most gracious homes and buildings. “Tour goers will visit the interiors of 7 of Forest Hill’s most beautiful homes, including an apartment in Newark’s first co-op building, designed to rival New York City’s Dakota, the William Clark Mansion, now the home of the North Ward Center, Inc., and a former SRO which has been faithfully restored by its current owner and was featured in scenes from the move Jacobs Ladder. The architectural styles of the homes range from combinations of Colonial and Greek revival, to Scottish Revival and Georgian. The interiors have been faithfully restored and updated where needed by the owners, some of who have lived in Forest Hill for years and some who are among our newest neighbors.”
Sunday, October 1, 2006, 11am to 4:30pm.
Tickets will be available for sale at $20 per person on the porch of 190 Ballantine Parkway.