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2015 FALL EVENTS GUIDE

Scott Rosasco
Real Estate Salesperson

(914) 960-3837
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FALL E
2015 GUIDE
Westchester, Putnam
and Dutchess
BICYCLE SUNDAYS

Sundays in September, 10AM-2PM

A portion of the parkway is closed to vehicular trac for the exclusive


use of bikes, joggers, walkers, scooters and strollers from the
Westchester County Center (parking available for a fee) to Scarsdale
Road in Yonkers. Multiple points of entry/exit are along the route.
parks.westchestergov.com/featured-events/bicycle-sundays

CYCLE WITH LRF BICYCLE FUNDRAISER


Sundays in September, Yonkers

A fun-lled non-competitive family bicycle ride that oers


survivors, families, friends, community and corporate teams an
opportunity to cycle in honor and in memory of those whose lives
have been touched by lymphoma. Joggers, walkers, scooters
and strollers welcome. The program runs from Westchester
County Center in White Plains to Scarsdale Rd, Yonkers,
during the month of September. This year, Bicycle Sundays
is celebrating its 40th Season! Registration fee required for
participants 18 years and older. lymphoma.org/CycleWithLRF

YONKERS RIVERFEST

September 12, 12-7PM, Yonkers

The citys largest outdoor festival! The 23rd Annual Yonkers


Riverfest is a family friendly, all-day music and arts event that
is expected to attract over 25,000 people and is one of the
top events in Westchester County. yonkersriverfest.com.

ANTIQUE TRACTOR AND VEHICLE PARADE


September 12, 12PM, Yorktown

The Antique Tractor and Vehicle Parade is open to all


farm and garden tractors, pre-1973 trucks and cars from
1900-1966. Parade Route from Veterans Rd. to Yorktown
Grange Fairgrounds. yorktownny.org

NEW ROCHELLE 3RD ANNUAL STREET FAIR


September 13, 11AM-5PM, New Rochelle

Featuring food, craers, artists, vendors, games, rides, and


live music for all ages. Experience all this plus local businesses
and a community showcase! Located on Main Street between
Centre and North Avenues. newrochelleny.com/streetfair

FALL CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST

September 18-20, 10AM-5PM, Tarrytown

300 artists ll the grounds of this beautiful estate along with


great food, music and fun for the whole family. 635 S. Broadway.
Admission $12. artrider.com/2015 Shows

ANNUAL MCLEAN AVENUE FALL FESTIVAL


September 19, 11AM-7PM, Yonkers

Family Fun Day includes food, drinks, live music, rides, games,
bouncy castles and more! Merchants discounts along McLean
Avenue too! FREE PARKING/Shuttle Bus at the Empire Casino.
Rain or Shine - come one come all! www.meetmeonmclean.com

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Events Guide, featuring local community events and a full list of farmers markets
throughout the region. As the air starts to become crisper and leaves change to vibrant
colors there is plenty to do with friends and family to enjoy the autumn season. From
everyone at Rand Realty, we wish you and your family a fun-lled fall season.

THE GREAT WHITE PLAINS CAMPOUT


September 19-20, White Plains

HOUNDS ON THE SOUND DOG WALK & FESTIVAL


September 27, 10AM-3PM, Mamaroneck

Learn everything about camping and even camp at Delno


Park during our community campout. We are encouraging
families who have never camped or who are seasoned campers
to spend the night outdoors under the stars in White Plains.
One day event includes a campsite, activities, entertainment,
demonstrations, as well as other exciting outdoor family fun.
Limited sites available. Sat., 9/19, 2PM. until Sun., 9/20, 11AM.
Rain date, Saturday, 9/26. $50 per family site (6 person max,
limit one family per site). cityofwhiteplains.com

7th annual fundraising event for the New Rochelle Humane


Society. Enjoy a leisurely stroll with your dog on a path
bordering the Long Island Sound, followed by a fun day at
the park. Food, vendors, music, obedience demonstrations,
games for pets with owners, animals for adoption, and lots of
activities for children, including face painting and cra projects.
Registration at 10AM, Walk at 11:30AM. Harbor Island Park,
123 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck. Register and more info
visit www.houndsonthesound.org

ARDSLEY DAY

September 30, 6-9PM, White Plains

EAT WELL, DO GOOD

Events are planned throughout the day. Games, vendors,


music, food and lots of fun for the whole family. Free.
ardsleyvillage.com

An evening of ne wine and food sampling to benet Autism


Speaks and the Rotary Club of White Plains community
service projects and local high school scholarships at
C. V. Rich Mansions. www.rotarywp.org

JAZZ AND FOOD FESTIVAL

THE GREAT JACK OLANTERN BLAZE

Sept. 24-27, White Plains

September sizzles with a four-day celebration of jazz in


downtown White Plains beginning Thursday, 9/24, culminating
in an outdoor Jazz and Food Festival on Mamaroneck Avenue
with delicious food from area restaurants on Sunday, 9/27.
artswestchester.org for more information.

See more than 7,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated jack


o lanterns in this elaborate walkthrough experience. Meander
through a historic, 18th-century riverside landscape and
discover a breathtaking display all made of jack o lanterns!
Van Cortlandt Manor. 525 S. Riverside Ave, Croton-On-Hudson,
NY. http://www.hudsonvalley.org/events/blaze.

THE LARCHMONT ARTS FESTIVAL

RYE PLAYLANDS SCARED BY THE SOUND

September 20, 12-5PM, Ardsley

September 26, 1-5PM, Larchmont

Where Art Comes To Life Celebrating its 13th year of creativity


that oers a unique opportunity to experience, collect and
learn about ne art and cras by connecting the community
with emerging and established artists and artisans. A great
family event, with something for everyone and great gis at
aordable prices. Rain date 9/27. Held at Constitution Park
on Larchmont Avenue. LarchmontArtsfestival@gmail.com
for more information.

DOBBS FERRY FESTA

Weekends from October 2November 15, Croton-On-Hudson

October 3-November 1, Rye

Playlands haunted attraction is back this October with more


thrills and chills! Weekends starting 10/3 at Playland Park.
1 Playland Parkway, Rye, NY. ryeplayland.org/entertainment

MAHOPAC-CARMEL ANNUAL STREET FAIR


October 4, 11AM- 6PM, Mahopac

Exhibit booths abound with displays of everything from trinkets


to major appliances. There will be games and rides for the
children, two bands and a DJ, a car show featuring both classic
and new cars, and food from a variety of our local restaurants
and delis. Visit mahopaccarmelonline.com for more information.

September 26, 1-8PM, Dobbs Ferry

Main Street and Cedar Street provide the stage for a block
party. Music, food, games and events. Fun for the whole
family. Free. www.ferryfesta.com

HUDSON VALLEY IRISH FEST


September 26, Peekskill

On the majestic banks of the Hudson River at Peekskills Riverfront


Green Park, the seventh annual Hudson Valley Irish Fest will be
celebrating the rich Irish American culture and heritage alive
in the Hudson Valley today. Performances by several top Irish
recording artists, bands and dancers. With a backdrop of the
Hudson Highlands, kayakers, swans and occasional barges,
this is an ideal spot to river watch, enjoy a picnic or bring the
kids to a playground. hudsonvalleyirishfest.com

HOUNDS ON THE SOUND DOG WALK & FESTIVAL


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YORKTOWN FESTIVAL AND STREET FAIR

WHAT DOES THE GREAT GOBLIN LOOK LIKE?

GENERAL MONTGOMERY DAY

Sponsored by the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce, this is an


exciting, diverse array of entertainment for the whole family. Hot
dog eating contest, rides, costumed dog parade and contest,
motorcycle display and much more! Parade starts behind
7-Eleven at 2PM and winners will be announced on the main
stage at 4PM. yorktownfestival.com

The Yorktown Parks and Recreation Department would like


to know what you think the Halloween Great Goblin looks
like. The rst place drawing will be used on the 2016 Great
Goblin Call Program T-Shirts. All entries must be on an
8 x 11 white sheet of paper. Drawings must be submitted
to the Recreation Department by Thursday, 10/29. This
program is available to Yorktown residents, grades K to 5.
yorktownny.org/parksandrecreation

This years 24th celebration is sure to please! This day is known


for its fun events, a terric parade, the General Montgomery
Day 8K, soapbox derby, and an evening of fireworks.
villageofmontgomery.com

October 11, 11AM-5PM, Yorktown Heights

FALL FOLIAGE FESTIVAL

October 17, 11AM-3PM, Hawthorne

Enjoy this great community celebration with your family. Includes


pumpkin decorating, face painting, rides, games, music, food,
and refreshments. At the Broadway Field, Hawthorne. Rain date
10/18. For more information contact the recreation oce at
(914) 742-2310 or visit www.mtpleasantny.com

THE RAG-A-MUFFIN PARADE


October 17, 1PM, Larchmont

For the little ones (and not so little), it is wonderful time to


strut ones stu! Line-up at 12:30PM at the corner of Palmer
and Larchmont Avenues. Parade starts at 1PM. Refreshments
and music will be provided at the end of the parade. Rain Date
10/24. For more information, visit villageoarchmont.org

SHELDRAKES FALL FESTIVAL


October 18, 1-4 PM, Larchmont

The Sheldrake Environmental Center is hosting a day of fun


for the entire family. Join in the fun with pumpkin painting,
live animals, music, arts and crafts and much more.
685 Weaver Street, Larchmont. www.sheldrakecenter.org.

YONKERS MARATHON
October 18, Yonkers

The historic Yonkers Marathon turns 90 and kicks o a brand


new era with new courses, an expanded post race party, and
world class amenities, as the rechristened City of Yonkers
Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5K. The post-race festival
will be an epic party! 6AM packet pickup begins; race starts
8AM at Van Der Donck Street. theyonkersmarathon.com

3RD ANNUAL YOFI (YONKERS) FILM FESTIVAL


October 22-25, Yonkers

The Yonkers Film Festival is cinema for the sixth borough!


3 festival days in which audiences and lmmakers get
to watch, think and talk (just not during the movies).
Yonkers Riverfront Library Theater, 1 Larkin Plaza. For
tickets and details, featured lms, festivities etc. visit
yofest.wix.com/yofest

GREAT GOBLIN CALL

October 28, 6:30-7:30PM, Yorktown

If the Great Goblin calls, will you be home to answer the


call? Open to all Yorktown youngsters ages 3 to grade 2.
Complimentary candy prizes and a Great Goblin T-shirt
will be given to all participants at the spooky recreation
office on Thursday, 10/29, between 9AM and 4PM.
Pre-register at the Yorktown Parks and Recreation Oce.
yorktownny.org/parksandrecreation

OCTOBER 29, YORKTOWN

HALLOWEEN PARADE AND CARNIVAL


October 31, 2-4PM, Yorktown

Co-sponsored with the Yorktown Lions Club, Halloween parade


will begin at the Yorktown Plaza Park (Rexalls). Participants
will march to the Yorktown Community and Cultural Center
for outdoor Halloween activities, costume showcase, hayrides
and a pumpkin patch. Free to all Yorktown residents. No
registration required. Rain date is Sunday, 11/1 (carnival only).
yorktownny.org/parksandrecreation/halloween-paradecarnival

HALLOWEEN IN DOBBS FERRY


October 31, 4-6PM, Dobbs Ferry

September 12, 9AM-7PM, Montgomery

MONROE COMMUNITY DAY

September 12, 10AM-5PM, Monroe

Monroe Community Day will feature music, food, and fun for
all! Downtown Monroe. For more info, call (845) 774-1727 or
visit www.monroecheesefestival.com

NYACK ANNUAL SEPTEMBERFEST STREET FAIR


September 13, 10AM-5PM, Nyack

Main Street and Broadway overows with 300+ street vendors


of art, jewelry, clothing, gi ideas, home decor, and a kids
carnival oers families endless fun! International food stands,
live music and entertainment, and outdoor dining by local
restaurants in downtown Nyack. nyackchamber.org

TASTE OF WARWICK

September 15, 6-9PM, Warwick

Trick or Treat on Main Street and Cedar Street, which will


be closed o to cars allowing children to walk from store
to store for a safe trick or treating experience. For more
information call (914) 231-8500 or visit www.dobbsferry.com

Meet under the stars for an event featuring live music and the
best of the Warwick Valleys restaurants, wineries, breweries,
and caterers. Hosted by Warwick Valley Winery, 114 Little
York Rd. For reservations, email info@warwickcc.org or call
(845) 986-2720. www.warwickcc.org

39TH ANNUAL TURKEY RUN

HARVEST FESTIVAL AND GRAPE STOMP

Adults with young children are encouraged to participate in the


non-competitive 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk at 9:30AM. Runners,
joggers and walkers, casual and competitive alike, compete in
the 3.1 mile or 5.2 mile races at 10AM. Deadline to pre-register
online is 11/24 or on-site registration the day of race is required
to participate. www.ryeny.gov/recreation.cfm.

Vendors of all kinds, hay rides, pumpkin painting, apple


pie contest with prizes, face painting, grape stomp, and
more! Admission at the gate. Call (845) 928-5384 or visit
www.palaiavineyards.com

MISTLETOE MAGIC - A FAMILY FESTIVAL

Calling all Rib cooks - You must enter the Amateur RIB Competition!
Tickets include admission, food, drinks, dra beer and live music!
Online tickets are $35 for Adults, $25 if under 21 and Children
under 10 are FREE. All proceeds benet UHR. James H. Anderson
American Legion, Post 119, 61 Hunt Road, Orangeburg. For more
details and to buy tickets, visit charitybbqfestival.com

November 28, 9:30AM, Rye

November 29, 12PM-3PM, Rye

Festivities include a gingerbread bouncy house, horse


drawn carriage rides, train rides, Santa, holiday cras,
farmers market, musical performances, food, fun and
much, much, more! Bring the whole family! Purchase Street
in Rye, NY. Sponsored by the Rye Chamber of Commerce.
ryechamberofcommerce.com/chamber-programs.html

Rockland, Orange
and Ulster
NYACKS MONTHLY ART FESTIVAL

September 19, 12PM-6PM, Highland Mills

CHARITY BBQ FESTIVAL

September19, 12-6PM, Orangeburg

17TH ANNUAL HAMPTONBURGH COUNTRY FESTIVAL


September 19, 10AM-4PM, Campbell Hall

Family Fun Day! Games for the kids, food and product
vendors, pumpkin painting, animals, music, and much more!
Free donations are appreciated. Hamptonburgh Town Park,
18 Bull Road (behind Town Hall). For more information call
(845)294-9016 or visit heyevent.com/event/g2jhqucxq3qqsa/
hamptonburgh-country-festival-2015

First Friday, Monthly, 5-8PM, Nyack

PINE BUSH HARVEST FESTIVAL

Downtown Nyack hosts its monthly art festival, with shops and
businesses uniting with local artists for an evening of art openings,
music, and poetry. This event, and every rst Friday of every
month, is presented by the Nyack Art Collective (NAC), a memberowned and managed non-prot organization comprised of visual
artists in the greater Nyack, NY area. www.visitnyack.org/event

Entertainment for all ages! There will be live music, food, local
vendors, childrens activities, arts and cras, a farmers market,
health service groups and community service groups. The
festival is held on Main Street between Routes 302 and 52.
Rain date 9/21. www.pinebushhavestfestival.i8.com

September 19, 9AM-3PM, Pine Bush

STONY POINT LIGHTHOUSE DAY


September 19, 12-4PM, Stony Point

Celebrate the history of lighthouses on the Hudson River. Tours


of the lighthouse will be given throughout the day, and the event
will also include 19th-century music, storytelling, a tea party, and
more! Stony Point Battleeld State Park. For more information
call (845)786-2521 or visit www.nysparks.com/historic-sites

SUFFERN STREET FAIR


September 20, Suern

A variety of merchandise for sale, including cras, clothing,


accessories, gifts, antiques, furniture, health activities,
and continuous entertainment. Food is available both on
the street and in Suerns many eating establishments. A
petting zoo and pony rides will also be included in the days
activities. Free parking in municipal lots. Rain or shine.
eventcrazy.com/Suffern-NY/events/details/292459Suern-Street-Fair

NATIONAL HUNTING AND FISHING DAY


September 26, 9AM-3PM, Congers

SUGAR LOAF FALL FESTIVAL


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A free, fun-lled, educational day devoted to learning about the


outdoors, shing, hunting, trapping, wilderness survival, and
much more. Fishing equipment supplied by the NYS Dept. of
Environmental Conservation. Try your hand at archery and y
shing. This will be a free shing day, so no shing license
will be needed to sh on the lake. Congers Lake Memorial Park,
Gilchrest Road (o Route 303). www.nhfday.org

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FAMILY FUN DAY AND FALL FESTIVAL

9TH ANNUAL PEARL RIVER DAY FESTIVAL

HORROR ON KWIECINSKI STREET

September 26, 11AM-5PM, Stony Point

October 10, 11AM-6PM, Pearl River

Activities include a mobile zip line, bouncy house and slide,


child ngerprinting, car-seat check, farmers market, live music,
food, penny sale, rae prizes, and much more! Kirkbride Hall,
5 Patriot Hills Drive. Rain Date 9/27. Sponsored by Stony Point
Police Athletic League. www.stonypointpal.org

Showcasing Pearl Rivers retail shops, restaurants, and


businesses! Fun-lled events and activities include food,
music, entertainment, demonstrations, shopping specials,
face painting, pumpkin painting, balloon twisting, bouncy
attractions, and more. pearlriverny.org

Feel the fear! Enjoy the Horror on Kwiecinski Street , a great


haunted house! 16 Kwiecinski Street, West Haverstraw. Hours
are on 10/29 and 10/30 from 8-11PM and 10/31 from 5:3011PM. All donations go to United Hospice of Rockland. For
more details, visit horroronkwiecinskist.net

SUFFERN DAY

SMOKE AND FIRE FEST

I SPY HALLOWEEN TRAIL

September 26, 11AM-3PM, Suern

Experience the best that Suern has to oer! A day of hay


rides, face painting, inatables, characters, emergency service
vehicles, food sampling, performers, displays, and reworks.
Suern Ballelds o Chestnut Street. For more info, call
(845) 357-7943 or visit www.suernvillage.com

HUDSON VALLEY GARLIC FESTIVAL


September 26-27, 10AM, Saugerties

A fun celebration of the harvest of what garlic acionados


lovingly refer to as the stinking rose. Get your bulbs,
braids, arts, cras, music, food souvenirs, and cooking tips.
Sat. 10AM6PM, Sun. 10AM5PM. hvgf.org

NEWBURGH OPEN STUDIOS TOUR


September 26-27, 11AM-5PM, Newburgh

The studios are located in some amazing historic buildings,


most of which are rarely open to the public. This will be a
self-guided tour, a good part of which will be walkable. Maps
will be available at Newburgh Art Supply, 5 Grand Street.
newburghopenstudios.org

WALKING TOUR OF DOWNTOWN NYACK


September 27, 2PM, Nyack

Trace Nyacks growth from a small river village to a major


commercial and manufacturing center during the Gilded
Age when Nyack was called the Gem of the Hudson. See
many of the same buildings that were present at the turn of
the century when Nyack was the center of Rockland. This
tour meets at 2PM at the foot of Main Street by the river. The
donation is $5 per person, payable at the start of the tour.
friendsohenyacks.org/walking-tour-downtown-nyack

CONGERS VALLEY COTTAGE ROTARY


ITALIAN FESTIVAL

October 10, 11AM6PM, Pomona

The Hudson Valleys annual Smoke and Fire Fest features a


full roster of sizzling-smoked and ery foods from spice-loving
regions around the Hudson Valley, as well as amazing live music
and a chili contest to knock your socks o. Feel the burn with
thousands of others as you sample award-winning hot sauces,
spicy chocolates, and specialty foods. Taste a pepper or two,
revel in face painting, and delight in red-hot family entertainment
for all ages. Provident Bank Park. 1 Provident Bank Park Rd.,
Pomona, NY. nyfoodfest.com

SUGAR LOAF FALL FESTIVAL

October 10-12, 10AM-6PM, Sugar Loaf

Spend the weekend watching the leaves change colors, getting


a breath of fresh air, and enjoying a festival lled with delicious
food and dozens of visiting craers from the tri-state region.
Listen to some of the best local musical talent in the Hudson
Valley with a great line-up of live music, which will include a range
of styles, such as blues, classic rock, folk, and more. FREE. For
more info, call (845) 469-4878 or visit sugarloafnewyork.com

NYACKS FAMOUS STREET FAIR


October 11, 10AM-5PM, Nyack

Quality handmade cras, art, unique gis and accessories,


home decor, antiques, childrens area, great food, and much
more! Free admission. Rain or shine. No pets allowed. Downtown
Nyack on Main Street and Broadway. www.nyack-ny.gov

October 2-25, Stony Point

The Penguin Rep Theater presents the world premiere of the


artfully funny comedy Priceless by David Robson, about an
art caper gone awry! Evening and matinee performances. For
ticket info, call (845) 786-2873 or visit penguinrep.org

OCTOBERFEST STREET FAIR


October 4, 10AM-5PM, New City

Featuring approximately 20 vendors from all over the area with


original pottery, paintings, art, glass, sculpture, photography,
clothes, wood items, knives, jewelry, hand cras, and much
more! newcitychamber.com/octoberfest-street-fair

WALKING TOUR OF SOUTH NYACK


October 4, 2-3:30PM, Nyack

A fun-lled aernoon of activities for adults and children of


all ages! The day features a childrens bouncy house, cras,
pumpkin painting for all, a judged pumpkin-painting contest,
activities, prizes, and refreshments. Pine Island Park. For more
info, call (845) 258-1469 or visit pineislandny.com

October 18, 9AM, Central Valley

Walk starts at 9AM. Walkers will be given a program containing


a site map, discount coupon book, and additional Day-Of
oers from stores. Registration begins at 7:30AM. Woodbury
Commons Premium Outlets located in Central Valley, NY.

HALLOWEEN HOWL A MASQUERADE BALL


TO BENEFIT HOSPICE
October 24, Pomona

Another great costume party at Kruckers Picnic Grove and


Catering in Pomona! Start planning your award-winning costume
now. Call MJ Bray at (845) 634-4974 for more information or
to book your tables.

November 14, 12:30PM-3:30PM, West Point

Army Black Knights vs Tulane. Michie Stadium. For more info,


call (845) 446-4994 or visit goarmysports.com

PUBLIC SPACE MISSION:


RENDEZVOUS WITH A COMET
November 15, Suern

Reserve a seat on the ight deck were going to y to a comet!


On this public mission, you will learn much more about these
mysterious objects made of rock, ice, and dust. Just like the
real astronauts, attend a brieng session and perform mission
tasks that feel real and challenging, but simple enough for
kids to do, and fun! Age suitability is 9 years old. Admission.
To reserve a place in a public mission or have a question, call
(845) 357-3416 or e-mail public@lhvcc.com. Ramapo Challenger
Center, Suern. www.lhvcc.com

NEW JERSEY
FAMILY MOVIE MATINEE
Tuesdays in September, 1pm, Rochelle Park

Join the fun at the family movie matinee starting at 1PM at the
Rochelle Park Library. For more information and to see what
movie will be featured please go to http://rplibrary.org/movies/

PUMPKIN PICKING AT ABMAS FARM


Weekends, Late September & October, Wycko

Get into the spirit of Halloween and pick your own Pumpkin at
Abmas Farm! This 30 Acre farm dates back to the late 1700s
and features a 200 year old Dutch style barn. Pumpkins may
be picked on weekends only. Abma Farm also oers tours,
pony rides, hayrides and a petting zoo. 700 Lawlins Avenue,
Wycko, NJ 07481. For more info, call (201) 891-0278 or visit
www.abmasfarm.com

October 24, 5PM, Stony Point

Dare to attend the Halloween Boo Event! FREE activities for


kids include a haunted hayride, a haunted basement, trick-ortreating, face painting, and more at Kirkbride Hall (Patriot Hills
Golf Course). 5 Patriot Hills Drive. Sponsored by the Stony
Point Recreation Dept. townofstonypoint.org

NYACKS HALLOWEEN PARADE

WARWICK APPLEFEST

NO SCARE HALLOWEEN AT MUSEUM VILLAGE

One of the Hudson Valleys premier family fun festivals celebrating


the harvest. Hundreds of food and cra vendors, amusements,
and entertainment. FREE admission. warwickapplefest.com

ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS FOOTBALL

HALLOWEEN BOO EVENT

Visit the homes of Carson McCullers (author of Member of


the Wedding), Hudson River school painter Julian O. Davidson,
versatile artist Mortimer Borne, and others. See four Victorian
homes in a row on South Broadway and many others with their
oral-stained glass entries, Palladian windows, mansard roofs,
patterned shingles, and elaborate roof-supporting brackets.
Share fascinating history that goes back over 300 years! This
tour meets at the northwest corner of South Broadway and
Cedar Hill Avenue, South Nyack. $5 per person. Reservations
are not required. nyacknewsandviews.com/nnavcalendar
October 4, 10AM-5PM, Warwick

Have some spook-tacular family-friendly fun at the Hudson


Highlands Nature Museums Outdoor Discovery Center. Find
all of the objects cleverly hidden along the Halloween trail,
sharpen your observation skills as you search for animal
artifacts, like bones and skulls, visit snakes and spiders in
the creepy-crawlers room, and do a Halloween cra or two.
Admission charged. www.hhnaturemuseum.org

October 12, 10AM-2PM, Pine Island

MAKING STRIDES AGAINST BREAST


Featuring live entertainment and Italian specialties from popular CANCER WALK AT WOODBURY COMMONS

PRICELESS AT THE PENGUIN REP THEATER

October 31 and November 1, 11AM-3PM, Cornwall

PINE ISLAND PUMPKIN FEST

September 27, 11AM-6PM, Congers

local restaurants, such as pizza, sausage and peppers, pasta,


meatballs, hero sandwiches, cannolis, zeppoles, biscotti, Italian
ices, and so much more. Arts and cras and specialty vendors.
Free parking and admission. congersitalianfestival.com

October 29-31, West Haverstraw

October 24, 3PM-7:30PM, Nyack

Since 1988, this is the largest parade of its kind outside NYC.
Building on a history of record-breaking crowds, over 20,000
spectators are expected to line the streets of Main and Broadway
for this fun-lled, family-friendly event. Participants and oats
assemble at 3PM in Memorial Park. The costume parade steps
o at 5:30PM and ends at the Main Street parking lot where the
cash-prize winners are announced! Memorial Park, Piermont
Ave, Nyack. nyackchamber.org/category/events/2015-events
October 24-25, 11AM-4PM Monroe

The museums gentler approach to Halloween with a parade,


face paintings, apples, hot chocolate, and prizes for best outts.
For more info, call (845) 782-8248 or visit museumvillage.org

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HOBOKEN ITALIAN FESTIVAL
IN SAINT ANNS SQUARE

50TH ANNUAL COUNTRY FAIR

September 26, 10AM-4:30PM, Wycko

WEST MILFORD AUTUMN LIGHTS FESTIVAL


October 10, 10AM-5PM, West Milford

The Annual Hoboken tradition oers visitors days of festival fun and
nightly headline entertainment. International avor oers all types
of food, music, cras, and art vendors. Celebrate with the whole
family! For an event schedule, visit hobokenitalianfestival.com

To be held at the Wycko Municipal Field. Thousands of people


attend the fair every year to benet The Eastern Christian
Childrens Retreat, a non prot organization providing residential
programs and services for individuals with developmental
disabilities. eccretreat.org/49th-annual-country-fair

GRAN FONDO NJ

HAWTHORNE DAY

MORRISTOWN CRAFTMARKET

More than just a bike ride It is a full weekend of festivals, expos and
other activities oering entertainment for the entire family culminating
in the ride and post-ride celebrations on Sunday. Starting in Morristown,
NJ, visit www.granfondonj.com for info and registration.

Food, activities and vendors! Make it a great day with family


and friends! Held on the grounds of the Municipal Pool located
at the corner of Wagaraw Road and May Street. For more info,
visit hawthornenj.org/hawthorneday.cfm

CORNUCOPIA QUINTET
FEATURING STEVE BADALAMENTI

Annual show of artistic, yet functional, cra items invites you


to stroll and purchase from thousands of cra artists invited
to display their talents each year. Fri. 5-9pm, Sat. 10am-6pm
and Sun. 10am-5pm. National Guard Armory, Morristown.
(973) 442-2840 or www.morristowncramarket.org.

Sunday, September 27, 10AM-5PM, Westeld

September 10-13, Hoboken

September 26, 12-8pm Hawthorne

September 11-13, Morristown

Sunday September 13, 2PM, Mahwah

Cornucopia Quintet featuring Steve Badalamenti plays American standards


in the Big Band style including My Funny Valentine, Moonlight in
Vermont, Trumpeters Lullaby, Bye, Bye Blackbird and Its a
Wonderful World. Mahwah Public Library. Free. www.bergen.com

2015 DOG RUN AND WALK

Saturday, September 19, 9AM, Ridgewood

Bring your Pets and Family out for a fun day and help support
the ASPCA! Featuring Giveaway Prizes, Face Painting and DJ.
100% of donations go to the ASPCA. Saddle River County Park,
1133 E. Ridgewood Ave, Ridgewood, NJ 07450. For details, go
to https://www.aspca.org/team/2015dogwalkrun

THE ENGLEWOOD HISPANIC HERITAGE


FESTIVAL AT BERGENPAC
Saturday, September 19, 11AM-4PM

Join the entire Englewood community in celebration of Hispanic


Heritage Month for a free Hispanic Heritage Festival from
11AM4PM on Van Brunt Street. The festival is free and open to
the public. Features include live music, cooking demonstrations,
local vendors and restaurants, dance exhibitions, artists, family fun
activities and more! http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/calendar.aspx

24TH ANNUAL EDGEWATER ARTS AND


MUSIC FESTIVAL
September 20, 11AM-6PM, Edgewater

Fun for the whole family! Stroll leisurely among the exhibits, visit
with the many artists, shop, listen to music and enjoy the food
and drinks available from local vendors. Easy parking at the
Edgewater Commons; then take the free shuttle service buses
running continually between the Edgewater Commons and the
Arts and Music Festival. festivalnet.com/50709/Edgewater-NewJersey/Music-and-Art-Festivals/Edgewater-Arts-Music-Festival

FASHIONS OF THE CIVIL WAR


HISTORIC FASHION SHOW
September 20, 1-4PM, Morristown

Step back in time and enjoy 100 years of historic fashions.


Models wear clothing from before, during, and aer the war to
demonstrate how The War Between the States inuenced attire.
Held at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum. 353 East Hanover Avenue,
Morristown. Pre-registration is required. Call (973) 285-6550 or
visit morrisparks.net

26TH ANNUAL FESTIFALL

Celebrate Fall in downtown Westeld with scores of vendors,


fantastic food, nonstop entertainment, and kidzone with amusements
and games. Fun times for the entire family. For more information
www.westeldareachamber.com/uncategorised/spring-ingfestifall

MUSIC AT THE BARN

September 27, 1-3:30PM, Park Ridge

A free music series that features The Detours, a killer blues


band, making you chase your blues awayand you dont have
to pay! Bring your family and friends. Bring chairs/blankets/
picnic. Limited Chairs available. Wortendyke Barn Museum,
13 Pascack Rd., Park Ridge, NJ 07656. www.co.bergen.nj.us

HOBOKEN FALL ARTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL


September 27, 11AM- 6PM, Hoboken

Featuring over 300 artists, craers, photographers, local


businesses, restaurants and food vendors oering culinary
delights. Rides, games, activities, face painting and live music
performances! Free Admission. For more info, call (201) 420-2207.

MORRISTOWN FESTIVAL ON THE GREEN


September 27, 1-5pm, Morristown

Delight in samples of the areas nest restaurants, shop at local


stores, browse the interesting displays, plus music, childrens
entertainment, musical entertainment and more. Morristown
Partnership, Morristown (973) 455-1133, morristown-nj.org.

BERGEN COUNTY 51ST ANNUAL


ART IN THE PARK SHOW AND CONCERT
October 3, 11AM-3:30PM, Paramus

100 Visual artists exhibit 2-dimensional work at this juried show


with prize awards. Held in Parking Lot 4 (Area F), Van Saun
County Park. 216 Forest Ave, Paramus, NJ. www.co.bergen.nj.us

BOTTLE HILL DAY/CUSTOM CAR SHOW


October 3, 10AM-5PM, Madison

Madisons annual town festival and street fair. Live music from
local bands, family activities and food court with tasty samplings
from Madisons best eateries. Enjoy the sparkle, shine and
spectacle of The Car Show featuring many unique automobiles.
For info, call (973)593-8496 or visit www.rosenet.org/gov/ddc

ALLENDALE FESTIVAL DAY AND CAR SHOW


October 3, 10AM-4PM, Allendale

Street vendors, live entertainment, clowns, petting zoo, pony rides,


games for children, food, pet parade and pie baking contest. Antique
and classic cars too! For more info, visit www.allendalechamber.com.

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BEACON FARMERS MARKET


Sundays 10AM-3PM, through November
Scenic Hudson Center. beaconfarmersmarket.org
LARCHMONT FARMERS MARKET
Saturdays 8:30AM-1PM, through December
Parking Lot o Chatsworth Ave
Enter Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont.
WHITE PLAINS OUTDOOR FARMERS MARKET
Wednesdays 8AM-4PM; SeptemberNovember 25
Court Street, between Main and Martine.
www.cityofwhiteplains.org
YONKERS FARMERS MARKET
Thursdays 9AM-4PM, through November 13
Outside St. Johns Episcopal Church in Getty
Square. groundworkhv.org/get-fresh-yonkers

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TOWN OF CORNWALL OUTDOOR FARMERS MARKET
Wednesdays 12-6PM, Saturdays 10AM-2PM
through October
Located at Town Hall front lawn.
cornwall.newwindsor-ny.gov/Farmers-Market

This celebration of West Milford attracts over 15,000 people


every year with 250+ vendors, amazing food, four entertainment
stages, contests and rides which make this festival an enjoyable
day for all ages! www.autumnlightsfestival.com
October 16-18, Morristown

CLIFTON STREET FAIR


October 17, 10AM-5PM, Paterson

Clion Avenue will be transformed into an open air pedestrian


marketplace with non-stop entertainment, festival foods and
a variety of family activities. Businesses and restaurants will
showcase their specialties. For more info, call (201) 998-1144
or email events@jcpromotions.info.

APPLE CIDERING
October 18, 12:30-1:30 PM/2-3 PM, Tenay

Experience the taste of fresh crisp apple cider. Participants


will use an apple press, help to make cider and learn about the
history of apple cultivation and cider making. The Tenay Nature
Center will provide the apples, but more apples means more
apple ciders! Help by bringing three or more apples per person.
All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Address: Tenay Nature Center, 313 Hudson Avenue, Tenay, NJ.
For more info, call (201) 568-6093 or visit tenaynaturecenter.org

SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES


NJ SHAKESPEARE THEATRE
October 26, 7:30PM, Madison

The wildly popular Something Wicked This Way Comes


features something new this season! The quintessence of the
classic horror canon, Bram Stokers Dracula has terried and
thrilled generations of readers and audiences. The storys
chilling suspense, decadence, and Gothic humor will come to
life as a staged reading when the theatres esteemed company
of artists re-imagine Count Draculas quest for blood. Theatre
of New Jersey, Madison. For more info, call (973) 408-3278 or
visit www.shakespearenj.org

OPEN COCKPIT WEEKEND AT THE AVIATION


HALL OF FAME OF NJ
November 14-15, 10AM-4PM, Teterboro

The cockpits will be open of the Lockheed Bush Master plane,


Cobra attack helicopter, Martin 202 airliner, a Walter Aircra
Rescue and Fire Fighting truck and a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter.
The sta includes veteran pilots and aviation history experts
on hand to answer any questions. Aviation Hall of Fame of NJ,
Teterboro Airport, 400 Fred Wehran Drive, Teterboro. For more
info, call (201) 288-6344 or visit www.njahof.org

FLORIDA FARMERS MARKET


Tuesdays 11:30AM-5:30PM; through October 27
Intersection of Routes 94 & 17A, Village
of Florida. www.warwickinfo.net/
oridafarmersmarket
NYACKS OUTDOOR FARMERS MARKET
Thursdays 8AM-2PM, through November 23
Rain or shine! Main Street parking lot.
www.nyack-ny.gov/nyack-farmers-market
PINE BUSH FARMERS MARKET
Saturdays 9AM-2PM, through October 17
Behind the Crawford Cultural Center, corner of
Main and New Street.
www.pinebushfarmersmarket.com
RAMAPO FARMERS MARKET
Sundays 9AM-4PM, through October 26
Eugene Levy Memorial Park. Rt 45, Pomona.
Facebook.com/Ramapo-Farmers-Market
SUFFERN FARMERS MARKET
Saturdays 8:30AM-1PM; through October 25
Corner of Orange and Lafayette Avenues.
845-598-1473. www.rocktourism.com/
farmers_markets
WARWICK VALLEY FARMERS MARKET
Sundays 9AM-2PM, through November 22
South Street parking lot.
www.warwickvalleyfarmersmarket.org

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ALLENDALE FARMERS MARKET
Saturdays 9:30AM-2:30PM, through October 24
Allendale Borough Hall on W. Cescent Ave.
www.allendalechamber.com
DENVILLE FARMERS MARKET
Sundays 8:30AM-1PM, through November 22
Bloomeld Ave. parking lot in downtown
Denville. www.denvillefarmersmarket.com
ENGELWOOD FARMERS MARKET
Fridays 11AM-6PM, through October 30
N. Van Brunt St. & Demarest Ave.
Email tevans@cityofengelwood.org
FORT LEE FARMERS MARKET
Sundays, 8AM- 2PM.; through November 23
Fort Lee Community Center, 1355 Inwood
Terrace. www.fortleenj.org
HOBOKEN FARMERS MARKET
Tuesdays Downtown 3-7:30PM
Washington and Newark Streets
Thursdays Uptown 2-7PM
Hudson and 13th Streets
www.hobokenfarmersmarket.com
RAMSEY FARMERS MARKET
Sundays 9AM-2PM, through November 29
Ramsey Main Street Train Station at Erie Plaza
www.ramseyfarmersmarket.org

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