What to do this Weekend
20 Sep, 2013
By Loop Staff
Here are a few ideas for getting out of town as Fall officially arrives.
Last call for Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst: Re-awaken your spirit at this beautiful Hudson Valley event. Crafts at Lyndhurst has been held semi-annually for 29 years and it is among the best-known, best-attended outdoor craft festivals in the nation. Set on the grounds of the grand and historic Lyndhurst, come discover the unique designs and creative artistry of over 275 leading artists and crafts people as they exhibit, sell and talk about their work amidst the unique beauty of the Hudson Valley. Collectors, art enthusiasts and discerning shoppers will enjoy the rare opportunity to meet these visionary artists and purchase their latest work. Lyndhurst is just 20 miles north of Manhattan and is easily accessible by car or train. Proceeds benefit the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Check out the Peekskill Rotary Horse Show and Country Fair.
FDR Pow Wow- FDR State Park, Yorktown: Over 500 Native American artists, singers, dancers, and performing groups from across the country. More than 40 vendors selling crafts, jewelry and food.
New York Renaissance Faire in Tuxedo Park ends this weekend.
Bear Mountain Oktoberfest is weekends through the season.
There’s the Armonk Cider and Donut Festival Saturday.
And Sunday, we hope you’ll join us at the Southern Westchester Wine and Food Festival, Scarsdale.