I can’t believe we are in the second week of October, and with multiple seasonal events going on this time of the year; I’m looking forward to getting out and enjoying the crisp fall air and beautiful views.
There are many fall festivals and fairs happening in our region this month, but today I thought I would share my top picks with you.
October 5th-6th 2019
Celebrate the bountiful Western NY harvest as the village shines in its finest fall colors! From livestock shows to cooking competitions, there will be non-stop activities all weekend long, in the tradition of the country fairs of days gone by. Shop the merchant tents, eat your way through everything from apples to strudel, and catch the base ball championship game!
Annual Apple Tasting Tour – Wayne County New York – Annual Apple Tasting Tour – Wayne County New York
October 11-14, 2019
Each stop is unique. Apple tastings, food samples, door prizes, special events and lots of fun!
October 19, 2019
Watch mechanical wizards compete to launch pumpkins the farthest using trebuchets, a siege engine used in the Middle Ages. Admission is free to day-long competitions. Rain or shine, fun for the whole family. BBQ available along with BBQ contest tasting and a farmers' market.
October 26-27, 2019
It’s a weekend focused on mystical fun for the whole family! Celebrated October 26 and 27, 2019, Wizarding Weekend Ithaca, an outdoor street festival for fans of magic and fantasy, will be held in Downtown Ithaca. Pull together your wands, robes, and fairy wings for a spellbinding fall weekend.
As always, I do my best to provide relevant and accurate information regarding events. With any event dates and times are subject to change, please confirm dates, times, and availability before attending an event. Events are posted on Home in the Finger Lakes from information found on, but not limited to, attraction sites, government city sites; as well as submissions from individual attractions, press releases, and PR firms. All events are subject to change without notice and Home in the Finger Lakes cannot be held responsible.