Quality Inn near Mountain Creek
15 Route 94
Vernon, NJ 07462
Phone: (973) 827-4666
Fax: (973) 827-1466
When in Sparta, make it a point to note the happenings at the McNeice auditorium. Housed within the Technical School Complex, it plays host to various concerts and cultural events. Shows, mainly family-oriented and suitable for children are often held here. Strict anti-smoking and anti-alcohol rules make sure that the crowds are well-behaved. Catch one of the concerts for an enjoyable, entertaining day.
You can watch the latest movies out of Hollywood on multiple screens at the Warwick Drive-In Theater, which is situated in a park-like, grassy setting on 11 acres of farmland off Route 94.
Since its relocation on the Cannice Drive, Ringwood Public Library has, apart from providing various literary materials, served as a cultural and recreation center for the people of Ringwood. The library hosts a number of regular events like poetry recitals, book discussions, live music, art exhibitions and many other events for all age groups. Listen to the live performances on piano or admire the work of art by local and upcoming artists inside the gallery of the library. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Founded in 1910, the Milford Theater was revived and completely renovated for a better movie watching experience. Still retaining its old world charm, it is now equipped with modern technology. It is home to the Milford Music Festival, the Black Bear Film Festival and also hosts variety of events throughout the year. Call for details.
Performances of dramas, concerts, lectures, music, dance and plays.
Concert series in a very intimate setting featuring singer-songwriters such as Richie Havens, Janis Ian, Leon Redbone, Tom Rush. Seating is limited to 60 people.
Operational since the year 1930, the Historic Paramount Theatre is one of the oldest places in the city. The place screens movies and theatricals for children as well as adults. The theater is known for having staged some special translation and foreign movies as well. With perfect acoustics and a wide spread stage, all the theatrics staged here are exciting to watch. Besides, the place also screens other art programs, workshops for children, operas and concerts . To know more, check the website.
Auctions are held on the first Saturday evening of each month at 6:00 pm.
Located besides the Grand Auditorium of Mountain Laurel Center for Performing Arts, and in a pristine locale surrounded by an 88 acres lake, Boathouse Theater is a multi-purpose theater. The theatre has a seating capacity of 500 guests. The theater offers dinner, and comprises of an observations deck and an outdoor porch overlooking the lake.
Located in the vibrant and environmentally-friendly Mountain Laurel Center, the Tom Ridge Pavilion is a 2500-seater venue that is well-equipped with state-of-the-art acoustics, lighting, stage setup, decor and seating. Versatility is the key word here as it can effortlessly accommodate a range of business, social, community and private events. Check website for a list of upcoming events.