2019 Victorian Days Full Schedule
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Warren County Community Singers
On Saturday at 2:45pm, Victorian Days welcomes back the Warren County Community Singers at the Presbyterian Church! The Warren County Community Singers is a non-auditioned chorus is in its 27th season of providing music from a variety of genres and has provided a concert during Victorian Days for many years! The group is comprised of people who love to sing from Warren County and its surrounding areas and rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9:30pm at the First Presbyterian Church of Washington, 40 East Church St., Washington, NJ. Two free concerts are performed each year: Winterfest of Music is the first weekend in December and Springfest of Music is the first weekend in May. New singers are welcome!
Elizabethtown Gas Sponsors Plein Air Art Contest
Phydeaux’s Flying Flea Circus
Once again, we’re thrilled to welcome back Phydeaux’s Flying Fleas! Allow yourself to be whisked back to the age of humbug & flimflam. You’ll be enthralled by the heart stopping, death defying feats of Phydeaux’s famous acrobat fleas and will tremble in awe at the inimitable life changing scientific wonder of the age, Wahoo Miracle Elixir. You’ll find Phydeaux’s roaming about Victorian Days this year!
Victorian Days welcomes The Sasanach for the first time this year! Keith Engle, the Sasanach, plays and teaches traditional Irish fiddle music with a focus on the Sliabh Luachra style. He’ll be offering tunes and background information of traditional Irish music along with pieces on his phonofiddle!
Tea Dueling with Baroness Alexandra Haavin
Think you can beat the Baroness at her favorite sport? Find the Beaded Chic vendor booth at Victorian Days and try your hand at tea dueling! Whoever can dunk their biscuit and get it to their mouth without the biscuit falling apart is the winner. …It’s tougher than it sounds! See if you have the nerves to beat a champ!
Stone Soup Symphony
Once again, Stone Soup Symphony will be bringing classical music to Victorian Days. The Stone Soup Symphony strives to make classical music accessible to everyone: accessible to the public to listen in the form of free concerts, and accessible to musicians to play and grow. They rehearse Wednesday evenings from 7:30-9:00pm in the First Presbyterian Chapel, 291 Main Street, Hackettstown NJ. Musicians are welcome!
Shakespeare & Combat with Stephen Davis
We’re excited to be welcoming back Professor Stephen Davis of Centenary University! Stephen teaches and mentors theatre students at Centenary in addition to working with younger students in educational programs running through theaters throughout New Jersey. His program this year will offer an interactive demonstration of stage combat techniques and background information regarding theater performances during the 19th Century.
Victorian Days welcomes back fiddler Mary Daly! Mary will offer some background information about classic fiddle tunes, and will play selections from Ireland and US folk traditions. Come see her on the main stage and roaming around the festival!