Was this past weekend not action-packed enough for you in Saratoga? The fun continues this upcoming weekend! Take a look at our favorite events coming up for this first weekend in June.
Food, Wine & Live Music
- Stop by the Saratoga Winery and Tasting Room after work on Friday June 5th for delicious food AND live music! The Seth Warden Trio will be performing on the deck starting at 6 pm and will be accompanied by tasty pizza, appetizers, and of course, wine. (Guess what, this event is FREE, too!)
- Saratoga Pride Week starts this Friday June 5th! To kick it off, the 2nd Annual Saratoga Pride Photo and Cocktails event will take place in Congress Park starting at 5:45 pm.Get out and enjoy the beautiful June weather!
- Also on Friday, June 5th, the always popular Rich Ortiz is playing at Bailey’s Cafe!
- You don’t want to miss out on Fly 92.3’s Summer Jam at SPAC this Saturday June 6th starting at 2 pm! Newly announced, local celebrity Sawyer Fredericks will be one of the several scheduled performers. Get your tickets now if you haven’t already!
- Also on Saturday, June 6th, is the Irish 2000 Summer Funraiser. From 12pm to 7pm at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds in Ballston Spa, enjoy live music from The McKrells, Brothers Flynn, Get Up Jack and more. Tickets are $10 at the gate or online. Vendors selling food, crafts and beer will also be there.
- This Sunday June 7th, Boca Bistro will be holding a food and wine tasting event called “New York Corks” from 1-3 pm! Delight in exceptional wine and delicious food for only $10 per person in beautiful downtown Saratoga.
- Also on Sunday June 7th, head over to the Parting Glass Pub to see several bands perform for Wildwoodstock 2015! The music plays all day starting at noon and ending at 6 pm. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door. Don’t miss out on great music for an affordable price!
- On Saturday June 6th, the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College will host a Gallery Talk and Summer Reception starting at 5:30 pm. The artist Arturo Herrera will discuss his latest artwork at this event. Admission is free and all are welcome to join the reception following the artist’s discussion!
- From Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7, the Orchard Project will be presenting Church of the Passionate Cat, a detective story turned on its ear, at Saratoga’s historic Universal Preservation Hall. See show times here.
- Need some books to enjoy while sitting by the lake this summer? Swing by Northshire Bookstore this Saturday June 6th and at the same time, help support programs for women and girls. Simply tell them you are “Shopping for Soroptimists” and 20% of your purchase will be donated towards supporting women and girls in the community. This goes all day from 10 am to 10 pm: so come buy some books and support your community!
- Are you participating in the Saratoga Springs Tour de Cure this Sunday June 7th? This cycling event raises money for the American Diabetes Association. There is a $15 registration fee and a fundraising minimum of $200. Riders choose from five different routes to race in which all offer gorgeous views of
the region! Be a part of this inspiring event and help support finding a cure for diabetes.
- This Sunday June 7th, check out the annual Saratoga Antique Bottle Show and Sale to benefit The National Bottle Museum. The show starts at 9 am goes until 2:30 pm at the Saratoga County Fairgrounds. Discover beautiful, one-of-a-kind antique glass bottles, pottery, and more!
- Discover your green thumb on Saturday June 6th at Dehn’s Flowers and Greenhouse for their weekly Garden Goddess Workshop . Get tips and advice on planting, gardening, and even getting the kids involved with the garden! Also, admission is FREE. The workshop starts at 11 am.
Just For Kids!
- Join The Children’s Museum at Saratoga for “Cooking with Kids: Festival of Herbs” this Friday June 5th from 10:30am – 11:15 am.
This is a perfect event for getting your kids to help in the kitchen!
Children will make their own “Veggie Boats” while learning about various
herbs used in the kitchen as well as drink refreshing lemonade. Plus, the cost is only $3 per child. Budget-friendly and educational: What more could you want?!