1. Food Truck Fest
Friday, 4 pm – 8 pm, J.P. Case Middle School, 301 Case Blvd, Flemington
Rev up your engines! Food trucks are coming to the J.P. Case Middle School in Flemington, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. Hosted by the Flemington-Raritan Education Association, the Food Truck Fest will feature just about any cuisine you can think of: wood-fired artisan pizza, American, Asian, Greek, Spanish and much more. There will be plenty of entertainment for both kids and adults too, with live music, a photo booth, face painting, speakers and visual art.
Food trucks include: Brazbq, Cupcake Carnivale, Fired Up Flatbread Company, Empanada Guy, Greek Street Food Truck, Nina’s Waffles & Sweets, Pompier Food Truck, Amanda Bananas, Oink and Moo BBQ, Bro-rito’s, Maddalena’s Cheesecake and Catering, My Four Suns, The Cow and the Curd, Bonjour Creperie.
2. Logan Inn Outdoor Bar Opens
Friday, 6 pm – 8 pm, Logan Inn, West Ferry Street, New Hope
Across the river, the outdoor bar at the Logan Inn opens Friday at 6 pm. There will be a beer tasting with Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co., with six beers and an amuse bouche, for $15 per person. Since it is a Friday night, there will be live music as well. Reservations are appreciated for the tasting. Call the inn at 215.862.2300.
3. Summer Fireworks Fundraiser
Friday, 7 pm, Hotel du Village, 2335 River Road, New Hope
The Hotel du Village in New Hope will host a fireworks fundraiser to raise $44,000 for the summer shows over New Hope and Lambertville. Music of The Raven will be playing for the crowd, so you can come dance and party, while contributing to a cause.
Before the fundraiser, head into New Hope for dinner at Martine’s RiverHouse Restaurant and Bar, Bowman’s Tavern, Bitter Bob’s, or the Logan Inn. If you’re not in the mood for dinner, there’s always Moo Hope, where you can choose from over 30 flavors of ice cream. To RSVP, click here.
4. Cycle and Sip
Saturday, 9 am – 1 pm, Crossing Vineyards and Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Road, Washington Crossing, PA
Enjoy a 16-mile guided bicycle excursion from Washington Crossing Historic Park to New Hope/Lambertville and back on Saturday. Then, visit the winery to taste wines and cheeses, meats, and chocolates. A tour of the Crossing Vineyards winery is also included. Bring a bike and helmet, and please note that you must be 21 to participate.
Be sure to download the waiver on their website and bring it with you. The cost of the excursion is $45 per person, and reservations are necessary. Call 215.493.6500 ext. 19, or buy online. The meeting address is at 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA, in the parking lot across from the visitor’s center.
5. Wine to Wine Spring Festival
Saturday & Sunday, noon – 5 pm, Old York Cellars and DW Vineyards, LLC, 80 Old York Road, Ringoes
You have until Friday at 5 pm to buy $12.50 advance tickets for this year’s Vine to Wine Spring Festival at Old York Cellars in Ringoes. The fest runs Saturday and Sunday and features two wine releases: a 2015 Pinot Gris and a 2015 Chardonnay. There’s also live music: on Saturday, Uptown Getdowns takes the stage, and on Sunday, enjoy the rhythms of Let’s Be Frank.
And of course, there are plenty of delicious food options and fun attractions:
The Guac. Spot
Greensleeves Village Bake Shop
Arts & Crafts Vendors
Tickets are $15 at Door and $10 for Vintner’s Club, with kids 12 and under free.
6. Breakfast @ Sergeantsville Fire Co
Sunday, 7:30 am – noon, Sergeantsville Fire Co, 761 Sergeantsville Rd, Stockton
Come out and support the Sergeantsville Fire Co. this Sunday for breakfast. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, home fries and toast are on the menu. And of course, there’s coffee. Cost is $8 for adults, $4 for kids 5-10. Kids under 5 are free.
7. Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market
Sunday, 9 am – 1 pm, Hunterdon Land Trust, Dvoor Farm, 111 Mine Street, Flemington
I just love the spring because it means fresh veggies, local meats and cheeses and blooming plants. Head to Dvoor Farm this Sunday as the Hunterdon Land Trust kicks off the 10th season of its weekly Farmers’ Market. Look for kale, radishes, beets, breads, honey, plus locally roasted coffee and flatbread pizzas made with farm-fresh ingredients.