Hit these events and activities in the NYC suburbs this weekend and see what life could be like post-move.
There’s lots to do in the NYC suburbs this weekend! Check out these family-friendly events and activities and live like a local all weekend long.
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HEADING TO WESTCHESTER?
Check out a craft fair at Lyndhurst Friday-Sunday from 10am-5pm, featuring tons of kids’ activities.
On Sunday from 5pm-9pm check out this Jazz Era-inspired picnic in the park featuring live music, dancing, food and more. Tickets start at $15.
Rye’s renowned farmers’ market is open on Sunday from 8:30am-2pm. This week, the Rye Nature Center will be hosting a station.
Play with clay at the Potter’s Wheel on Saturday at 1pm. The session is free and open to all ages.
The Cider and Donut Festival is Sunday at Wampus Brook Park. Enjoy live music, fresh donuts, carnival rides, face painting, inflatables and more.
Head over to Bedford’s neighbor, Pound Ridge, for a car show from 9am-4pm on Saturday.
The Family Farm Festival is Saturday from 4pm-7pm. Celebrate the country’s agricultural history via live music, food trucks, craft cider and family attractions.
Saturday is Larchmont Day. Come out for live music, family activities and tons of fun from 1pm-5pm.
Watch a movie at the beach Saturday from 8pm-11pm. The event takes place at Stephen E. Johnston Beach and the movie is “Incredibles 2.”
The Scarsdale Music Festival and Wine Tasting is 12pm-5pm on Saturday. The festival, with $25 wine-tasting tickets sold separately.
Visit Ardsley’s Kite Flying Festival from 11am-1pm on Sunday at Pascone Park.
Raise money for charity with a fun walk on Sunday at 9:30pm, or come after for a family festival featuring face painting, crafts, inflatables, carnival games and more until 12pm.
Visit the Briarcliff Manor Public Library for a free storytime for kids ages 2.5-6 on Saturday at 11am.
HEADING TO LONG ISLAND?
The Syosset-Woodbury Street Fair is from 10am-5pm on Sunday, featuring a petting zoo, live music, pony rides and lots of family fun.
In Roslyn Heights, head to Clark Botanic Garden for Kidstock on Saturday from 12pm-5pm. It’s a family-themed festival, and a great opportunity to explore the area.
The Sea Cliff Farmers Market is Saturday at 9am. In addition to getting to know the city’s friendly persona, all the produce is only grown on Long Island.
The LI Garlic Festival is taking place in front of Morton’s Steakhouse at 10am on Saturday. Admission is $10/person and includes inflatables, hayrides, pumpkin picking, farm animals and family activities.
HEADING TO NEW JERSEY?
The Food Truck Fest is happening Saturday from 11am-7pm. Bring your family…and your appetite!
South Orange’s PlayDay for families is Sunday from 1pm-6pm.
Westfield’s Multicultural Festival is 1pm-4pm on Saturday at Mindowaskin Park.
The Montclair Farmers Market is open Saturday from 8am-2pm. Swing by to see the area and shop for produce, meat, cheese, baked goods, condiments, wine and pickles.
Campout at Pulaski Park from 7:30am-7:30pm on Friday. The fun will start with a free showing a “Coco” at 7:45pm.
Go apple picking at Demarest Farms from 9am-4:30pm on Saturday or Sunday. There’s also a petting zoo, hayrides, a crooked house village and more for kids.
Visit an Oysterfest benefiting melanoma awareness. The event is from 1pm-9pm on Saturday. Arrive before 5pm for kids activities, including face painting, a magic show, games and a fairy hair station.
There’s something for everyone at Summit’s Arts + Cars festival from 10am-6pm on Sunday.
HEADING TO CONNECTICUT?
Westport’s Wakeman Town Farm is hosting a harvest festival from 6pm-10pm on Saturday.
Bring your tiny builders to the Darien Library’s LEGO Club from 2pm-4pm on Saturday.
The Fall Festival and Hawk Watch is Sunday. Admission is $15 for non-members and includes live raptor shows, live music, a petting zoo, hayrides, honey harvesting and a bird safari.
It’s Cider Saturday at the New Canaan Nature Center from 11am-3pm on Saturday. There will be apple-themed games, a bounce house, a pumpkin scavenger hunt, seasonal crafts and fall treats.
Bedford Street’s charming boutiques will be out for Arts and Crafts on Bedford from 10am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday. Shop for artisanal crafts and enjoy “hands-on” attractions for kids, including drawing, visits with wildlife and coding.
Visit Bayley Beach for swimming races and Family Fun Day, including a pie-eating contest and traditional beach games, Saturday morning. Norwalk Food Truck Friday is taking place the day before from 11am-2pm. And, on Sunday, head to Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum for an old-fashioned flea market from 10am-4pm.
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