From apple picking to corn mazes and fall events, there is no shortage of things to do this time of year in Saratoga. Make the most of the weekend with these upcoming festivals, activities, and more.
September 29 – 30
For over 25 years, Double M Haunted Hayrides has been creating fear during Halloween season in the Capital Region. Join them for a spooktacular trip through the haunted woods and various attractions, including Brutality and Blood Moon Farm. The Haunted Hayrides will be open on Friday, Saturday, and select dates in October.
Bring the family to the Saratoga Independent School for their fun-filled Kite & Flight Festival on Saturday from 10:00am-2:00pm. This free event will celebrate the magic of flight through kites, rockets, paper airplanes, birds of prey, face painting, educational experiences, and much more. Plus, there will be food from local vendors and live music to enjoy.
Are you ready to celebrate Halloween season and run for a good cause? Today is the last day to register for the 23rd Annual Great Pumpkin Challenge presented by Saratoga Bridges. Dress in your favorite costume (costumes optional!) and compete in the 5K or 10K on Saturday morning in beautiful Saratoga Spa State Park. The day also features a 1 mile fun run for the kids.
Attention all superheroes! The Children’s Museum at Saratoga will be hosting a Superhero Day of Play this Saturday from 9:00am-4:00pm. Look forward to a wide range of activities that will ignite your child’s curiosity and imagination, such as making superhero masks and learning about electricity and its role in superpowers.
September 30 – October 1
The annual Buffalo Moon Fall Artisan Market is Washington County’s premier outdoor fine arts and crafts festival, and it will be held at Lakota’s Farm in Cambridge this weekend. Highlights will include tons of vendors, live music, craft beverages and food trucks, a bonfire, and more. Be sure to wear your flannel shirt!
Don’t miss out on the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation’s next Autumn Sunday Stroll. The theme is “Mail Order Houses of Saratoga,” and the tour will highlight the “Kit House” era, a time when the average person could not only put a check through the mail, but order and receive a whole house too. Tickets are $15 for members for $20 for non-members.
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