[NY] September 23-24, 2017 - Things to do in Westchester and NYC

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Fall Festival @ Harvest Moon Farm
When: Weekends in September-Oct
Where: Harvest Moon Farm, NY

Smithsonian Museum Day
When: Saturday Sept 23 2017 10am-5pm
Details: It’s “Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live!.  Free admission at participating museums with a Museum Day Live! ticket.  

Armonk Outdoor Art Show @ Armonk
When: Saturday Sept 23 and Sunday Sept 24, 2017 10-5pm
Where: Armonk, NY
Details: New This Year: More Activities, Food and Drink - All as Fresh as the Art!  Children’s Tent – All new, fun-filled, free activities under a Big-Top Tent presented by:  
First Five – Hands on projects, appropriate for children ages 1-5 with adult participation.
The Harvey School – Interactive programs, appropriate for children ages 5-12.
The Neuberger Museum of Art – A creative exploration and experimentation inspired by the works in the Museum’s permanent collection. Fun for children of all ages.

B-Fest Teen Book Festival @ Barnes & Noble
When: Saturday Sept 23 2017 1pm
Where: Barnes & Noble near you
Details: Annual teen book festival featuring writing workshops, trivia, games, prizes, and sneak peeks of upcoming books! 1pm - B-In the Know; 2pm - B-Super; 3pm - B-Part of the Fun; 5pm - B-Creative. For more information, contact your local store or visit BN.COM/B-Fest.”

Campfire S'more @ Cross River
When: Saturday, September 23, 2017  1:00PM
Where: Trailside Nature Museum at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Cross River       Details: Summer may be over but it's the perfect season for campfires. Learn various methods for starting one, then enjoy a freshly cooked s'more!

Fern Walk @ North White Plains
When: Saturday, September 23, 2017  1:00PM  2:30PM
Where: Cranberry Lake Preserve, North White Plains
Details: A hike to search for and identify the various ferns that thrive at the preserve.
Jay Day at Jay Heritage
When: Sunday Sept 24 2017 11-3pm
Where: Jay Heritage House in Rye
Details: “Jay Day is part of the Hudson River Valley Ramble event, which celebrates the history, culture, and natural resources of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area as well as the amazing landscapes, communities and trails throughout the region. From pony rides in the landscape where John Jay first learned to ride a horse to coring honey crisp apples into delicious spiral ribbons, the offerings for families grow year after year. Entertainment from live music to balloon sculptors delights guests of all ages. Activities embrace the local history tied to our region over centuries.”

Honey Harvest Party @ Greenburgh Nature Center
When: Sunday Sept 24 2017  2-4pm
Where: Greenburgh Nature Center, Scarsdale
Details: Celebrate honey harvest! Visitors learn about the fascinating social network of honeybees, the basics of beekeeping and how honey is harvested from our hives. Activities include honey extraction and tasting, apple cidering, and a walk through our Native Plant Meadow. Honey will also be available for purchase. Pre-register online to save on admission.  

Renaissance Faire
When: Weekends in September from 10am-7pm
Where: Tuxedo Park, NY
Details: “A Renaissance Faire is a recreation of a Renaissance or Medieval village. It is filled with costumed actors, crafts and games to give patrons the illusion that they have stepped back in time. The New York Renaissance Faire features more than 125 performances on 20 stages, and over 100 craftspeople, all set within 65 acres of beautiful forest.” 

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