There’s no shortage of spring events to check out in the Saratoga area, and this weekend, you can enjoy an Auto Show, a Historic Homes Tour, and more. See what’s happening below, and finalize your plans!
Don’t Miss Out on All These Upcoming Events
Here’s what’s going on this weekend:
- Senior Thesis Exhibition: May 13 – 21
- Spring Artisan Market at Brookside Nursery: May 14 – 15
- Saratoga Comic Con: May 14 – 15
- 2022 Spring Auto Show: May 14
- 2022 Historic Homes Tour: May 14
- Bloody Mary Fest: May 14
- Cambridge Valley Fine Art Tour: May 14 – 15
- Bailey’s Clam Bake: May 14
- Iron Roost’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebration: May 15
View the full Saratoga events calendar >>
Learn About a New Saratoga Coffee Shop, a Bike Park, and More
Get Your Caffeine Fix at The Broadway Grind
Located at 493 Broadway in downtown Saratoga, The Broadway Grind is a new coffee shop that features a friendly, comfortable atmosphere, locally roasted, high quality Kru Coffee, teas from Saratoga Tea & Honey, fresh basked pastries, and more. In addition, they offer indoor seating and a cozy coffee lounge for customers, and their baristas make sure every cup is made to order. The Broadway Grind is currently open 7:30am-3:30pm daily and will host a Grand Opening Celebration & Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday, May 25.
Saratoga Shredders Is Raising Funds For a New Bike Park
Having access to a bike park makes it easy to develop your skills and meet other bike enthusiasts, and here in Saratoga Springs, there are plans for a new bike park in the downtown area. Saratoga Shredders, a 501(c)(3) youth mountain bike group, is leading the project and has presented plans to the City of Saratoga Springs. Their goal is to build a 2-2.5-acre bike park that will be weather resistant and open to bikers of all skill levels and abilities.
To begin, the group is searching for the ideal space for the new bike park, which will likely be close to schools and the City Center. Full details are available on their website, as well as a fundraising link if you want to donate to the project: https://saratogashredders.com/saratoga-bike-park
Mark Your Calendar for the Annual Whipple City Festival
After a two-year hiatus, the Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that the annual Whipple City Festival will return next month on June 17 – 18. Now in its 30th year, the event is a beloved tradition in southern Washington County, and festivities will include a parade, 5K and 10K races, a variety of food, beer, cider, and wine, vendors, and more.
Head out on the water for some fun activities >>
- Saratoga Today: Saratoga Shredders – New Bike Park Planned