Looking for fun ways to spend the weekend? There are plenty of things to do in Saratoga Springs and the surrounding area. Eat out during Restaurant Week, shop for comics, collectibles, or holiday gifts, and celebrate the famous Saratoga Chips.
Happening today through November 13
Don’t miss out on the end of Discover Saratoga’s Annual Restaurant Week, which continues through this Sunday. Enjoy a three-course dinner at participating Saratoga County restaurants for just $25 or $35 plus tax and tip. Some restaurants are offering lunch specials for $15 plus tax and tip. Find a place to eat and make your reservation!
The Country Peddler Shoppe in Greenwich welcomes shoppers to their Christmas Open House on Saturday from 10:00am-5:00pm. Stop by to see all the new holiday items, beautiful trees, and displays. The store will also be giving out a special gift while supplies last.
Is your child a fan of the Pinkalicious book series? If so, then we’ve found the perfect event for you. Bring your kid to the Pinkaperfect Pinkmas Book Launch with author Victoria Kann at Saratoga Apple on Saturday from 12:00pm-3:00pm. The fun includes an autographed copy of “Pinkalicious and the Holiday Sweater,” a meet and greet, an appletastic treat, and more.
Saratoga Comic Con is returning to the Saratoga Springs City Center this weekend for a special fall edition of the popular event. Attendees can expect everything from comics to toys, collectibles, anime, action figures, arts and crafts, cosplay, and more at Saratoga Comic Con. Tickets are available now.
Each year, students from across the region compete in the Clifton Park Elks Basketball Hoop Shoot at the Southern Saratoga YMCA. This national free throw shooting contest is open to children ages 8-13, and there is no charge to compete. Local winners of the contest will have the opportunity to compete against other contestants in the district event in January 2023.
The Saratoga County History Center in Ballston Spa will host the Saratoga Chips and Beer Festival on Saturday from 1:00pm-5:00pm. Sponsored by DeCrescente Distributing Company, this festival will celebrate two things that go well together, potato chips and beer. Snacks and the first beverage are included in the ticket price, and funds raised will benefit the History Center.
Take a trip out to Schuylerville on Sunday and check out the Holiday Craft Fair/Bazaar at Quaker Springs United Methodist Church. This is a great chance to do a little holiday gift shopping as you browse crafts, jewelry, wreaths, pottery, and other products from local vendors.
This Sunday, the CM School of Fine Arts in Clifton Park will host the Fall Fine Arts Festival from 11:00am-5:00pm. Admission is free, and the event will feature live music, alternative wellness products and holiday gift ideas, workshops, and more.