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FAIRS AND FESTIVALS IN WESTCHESTER WEEK OF MAY 27

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by Kids Events Editor May 27, 2013

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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Westchester See what street fairs, holiday festivals, cultural parades, and other celebrations are happening in Westchester this week of May 27. Get all the details on these fairs and festivals, including dates, start time, location, and information on special events or activities for kids and families. Most of these events are free. Whether you live in Westchester or just plan on visiting this week, these fairs and festivals offer inexpensive fun and entertainment for the whole family. To see more free and low-cost upcoming events for kids and families in Westchester, check out our complete calendar of events.

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Hudson River Festival of the Arts - Pierson Park
June 01, 2013 - Tarrytown

The Hudson River Festival of the Arts returns to Tarrytown, NY with over 100 artists. The festival will be held at the newly renovated Pierson Park on the beautiful Riverwalk, winding along the eastern shore of the Hudson River. The Metro North Commuter Rail Service has a major metro hub within a few minutes walk of the show site. The train offers easy access to the event directly from Manhattan and Grand Central Station. The downtown district of Tarrytown is less than half a mile from the festival location. This area of New York supports a strong community of art patrons. Within a 20-mile radius of Tarrytown are the cities of Greenwich, CT, Armonk, NY, and Scarsdale, NY (Westchester Festival of the Arts). Westchester County is the second wealthiest county in New York and 12th wealthiest nationwide. In 2004 Westchester County embarked on the Hudson Riverwalk project to convert a 50-mile stretch of the Hudson River waterfront from primarily industrial facilities to a mixed-use residential, retail, and recreational properties, and provide public access between New York City and Putnam County. This transformation is most notable in Tarrytown. Adjoining Pierson Park is Hudson Harbor, with elegant townhouses and condominiums, a yacht club, and marina.

26th Annual Tarrytown Craft, Food, and Street Fair - Main Street, Tarrytown, NY
June 02, 2013 - Tarrytown

Main Street Tarrytown Craft, Food & Street Fair. Join the thousands of people who will fill the streets to enjoy the festivities - views, food (local restaurants and outside vendors), crafters, and over 75 vendors.

Albanian Heritage Celebration - Kensico Dam Plaza
June 02, 2013 - Valhalla

Enjoy ethnic food, dance, music, and entertainment.

Hudson River Festival of the Arts - Pierson Park
June 02, 2013 - Tarrytown

The Hudson River Festival of the Arts returns to Tarrytown, NY with over 100 artists. The festival will be held at the newly renovated Pierson Park on the beautiful Riverwalk, winding along the eastern shore of the Hudson River. The Metro North Commuter Rail Service has a major metro hub within a few minutes walk of the show site. The train offers easy access to the event directly from Manhattan and Grand Central Station. The downtown district of Tarrytown is less than half a mile from the festival location. This area of New York supports a strong community of art patrons. Within a 20-mile radius of Tarrytown are the cities of Greenwich, CT, Armonk, NY, and Scarsdale, NY (Westchester Festival of the Arts). Westchester County is the second wealthiest county in New York and 12th wealthiest nationwide. In 2004 Westchester County embarked on the Hudson Riverwalk project to convert a 50-mile stretch of the Hudson River waterfront from primarily industrial facilities to a mixed-use residential, retail, and recreational properties, and provide public access between New York City and Putnam County. This transformation is most notable in Tarrytown. Adjoining Pierson Park is Hudson Harbor, with elegant townhouses and condominiums, a yacht club, and marina.

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