If you’re searching for Nassau County’s largest outdoor family festival this fall, look no further than the 32nd Annual Bellmore Street Fair, presented by the Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores. Taking place in the heart of the Bellmore Village, this fair and festival has all of the usual rides, games and treats necessary for a family day of fun. If you’re thinking of attending, here’s everything you should know.
The 12th annual Great South Bay Music Festival in Patchogue is the largest four-day “America-Themed” music, art and cultural family event on Long Island. If this sounds like something you might be interested in, here’s everything that you need to know.
The autumn season is one of the best times to spend on Long Island. The crisp temperatures and the colorful foliage combine to make the perfect backdrop for any fall activity. Before winter, you’re going to want to spend as much time enjoying the outdoors as possible. Fortunately, there are several great outdoor Long Island Festivals this October. From Nassau to Suffolk, these fairs and festivals are the perfect place to spend a fall day.
Always the last weekend of August, the Long Island Seafood Festival will take place this year on Saturday and Sunday, August 27th-28th. This year, the festival turns 25 as it’s held on the grounds of the Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville. Everywhere you look, there will be vendors, live music, arts & crafts, games, and all the fresh seafood that you could ever dream of. Bring your friends, bring your family, bring anyone you know and head on out to the Long Island Seafood Festival the last weekend in August.
The 15th annual Alive After Five, hosted by the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, is Long Island’s biggest and best street fair. The event is always held on Thursdays (starting after five, as the name suggests, and runs until 9:30pm). The festival combines music, food, drink, the arts, and plenty of craft vendors for a truly memorable experience. Where else on Long Island can you attend a street fair of this magnitude? Alive After Five should definitely be your next weekday excursion.
Summer might be unofficially over but that doesn’t mean we have to shut our doors and windows and begin winter hibernation. There’s plenty of outdoor fun to still be had, including tons of fun Long Island fairs! There’s crafts, games, food and more all over the island, so don’t miss out on a great time!
On August 29 and 30, from 10 am – 7 pm, the 24th annual Long Island Seafood Festival will be held at the Long Island Maritime Museum in West Sayville. With live music, fresh seafood and craft beer, the Long Island Seafood Festival will not disappoint.
Looking for events this spring and summer? It’s the perfect time of year for Long Island festivals! Enjoy the outdoors with community events like carnivals, craft fairs and more! Get the family together or grab some friends and indulge in local crafts and great food. All Island Transportation has a list of all the spring and summer festivals you don’t want to miss!
The team at All Island Transportation is excited to be welcoming back the Eisenhower Park Car Show Cruise to the Show this weekend, September 27-28! There will be so much to see and do in the park this weekend, and we wanted to make sure you all had the details so you can join us for the fun!
In honor of the Mustang’s 50th anniversary, there’ll be over 500 Ford Mustangs and Shelbys gathering in Eisenhower Park this Saturday, September 27, from 10AM-3PM in parking fields 6 and 6A. Mustang and Shelby organizations from New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania will be teaming up with the local Mustang and Shelby Club of Long Island to curate a Mustang display that you’ll remember forever.
The Belmont Stakes is a favorite Long Island pastime for many of us. It’s the third (and last) leg of the US Triple Crown, following the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. The race’s return to Long Island each June is a time for celebration, and an opportunity to enjoy the beginning of summer.