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Watertown Farmers Market


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Our Market takes place in downtown Watertown, NY. We stretch from the Dulles State Office Building Plaza, down Washington Street to the Morgan Stanley Building with an expansion down Sterling Street.

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Harvest Fest at Zoo New York


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Harvest Fest is a Farmers Market. We will be having vendors, food, adult beverages, and fun for for the whole family. Anyone interested in purchasing beer must also purchase food, or a meal ticket that we are selling on our website!   https://www.nyszoo.org/upcoming-events/

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Spider’s Fishing Clinic


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Hook some new fishing skills with expert fisherman Spider Rybaak!
Eel Bay on the St. Lawrence River is a prime location to learn the basics of rod-and-reel
sportfishing. Participants over 16 are required to have a freshwater fishing license for this event.
BYOT: Bring Your Own Tackle, limited supply available. Program is free thanks to the Barbara
& Daniel Butts Enrichment Fund
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482 – 2479.
between the hours of 8:00am—4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register.

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

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Watertown Farmers Market


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Our Market takes place in downtown Watertown, NY. We stretch from the Dulles State Office Building Plaza, down Washington Street to the Morgan Stanley Building with an expansion down Sterling Street.

Event Details View Watertown Farmers Market Event Page

Pumpkin Picking


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Tent adjacent to Nature Center

Pick your own Wellesley Island-grown pumpkin! Our pumpkin pie pumpkins are grown in our patch with organic practices and are ready for your next feast! Suggested Donation: small pumpkin $2, large pumpkin $3.

Pumpkin patch is open rain-or-shine 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily from Friday, October 9th through Sunday, October 11th. Please note that the pumpkin patch and Nature Center are closed from noon to 1:00 p.m.

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

Event Details View Pumpkin Picking Event Page

Native American Three Sisters


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Corn, beans, squash were such important foods they were traditionally called the “Three
Sisters” by Native Americans. Learn about the cultural significance of these crops and how they
were grown together. Afterwards, pick your own pumpkin in our patch! Free pumpkin door
prizes.
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482 – 2479.
between the hours of 8:00am—4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register.

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

 

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Searching for Fall


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2 acorns, 3 red leaves, 4 migrating birds – join us on this immersive scavenger hunt for signs of
the season. Afterwards, pick your own pumpkin in our patch! Free pumpkin door prizes.
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482 –  2479
between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

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Seed to Pumpkin


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Let’s dissect a pumpkin! Learn how pumpkins grow and the science of what makes them fruit.
Afterwards, pick your own pumpkin in our patch! Free pumpkin door prizes.
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482 – 2479
between the hours of 8:00am—4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

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Autumn Mandalas


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Fall lends itself beautifully to trailside art! Warm-up your observation skills using our seasonal
color wheel scavenger hunt, and then create an ephemeral mandala made from fallen leaves
and natural materials.
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482 – 2479
between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register.

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

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Boo at the Zoo


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Join us for Boo at the Zoo. Lots of fun and games.

$15 – Adults – $10 – Children – $5 – Members.

Boo at the Zoo: Is running a little different than usual. We are asking our vendors to bring pre-packaged candy to hand out to limit extra interactions. We are also doing Timed Ticketing to help space out our guests. We will have a morning pool (10am-12pm) a sanitizing hour (12pm-1pm) and an afternoon pool (1pm-3pm).  https://www.nyszoo.org/upcoming-events/

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Boo at the Zoo


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Join us for Boo at the Zoo. Lots of fun and games.

$15 – Adults – $10 – Children – $5 – Members.

Boo at the Zoo: Is running a little different than usual. We are asking our vendors to bring pre-packaged candy to hand out to limit extra interactions. We are also doing Timed Ticketing to help space out our guests. We will have a morning pool (10am-12pm) a sanitizing hour (12pm-1pm) and an afternoon pool (1pm-3pm).  https://www.nyszoo.org/upcoming-events/

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Swan Bay Resorts 4th Annual Trunk or Treat


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Get ready to get spooked at Swan Bay Resort’s 4th Annual Trunk or Treat Event! Dress in your best costume and bring the kids to Trick-or-Treat in a safe environment! Enjoy Halloween Crafts, a showing of Hocus Pocus, a Haunted Hay Ride (with a scarier experience at 7pm), Fall Spiked Drinks, and Cider & Donuts provided by Price Chopper! This event is FREE & Donations will be put towards Alex Bay Central’s Music Group! Mark your calendars for Saturday October 24th, 5-9pm, at Swan Bay Resort in Alexandria Bay, NY! Masks required.
If you’d like to hand out Candy, please call Swan Bay at (315) 482-7926 to register or find out more at swanbayresort.com.

 

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Boo at the Zoo


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Join us for Boo at the Zoo. Lots of fun and games.

$15 – Adults – $10 – Children – $5 – Members.

Boo at the Zoo: Is running a little different than usual. We are asking our vendors to bring pre-packaged candy to hand out to limit extra interactions. We are also doing Timed Ticketing to help space out our guests. We will have a morning pool (10am-12pm) a sanitizing hour (12pm-1pm) and an afternoon pool (1pm-3pm).  https://www.nyszoo.org/upcoming-events/

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Turtle Tour


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Come hear all about the Nature Center critters and what turtles you may see in the St.
Lawrence River! Learn about different species and what types of habitat each prefer – after the
tank talk you will have the opportunity to test your turtle knowledge on a scavenger hunt with a
fall twist!
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482- 2479
between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register.

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

Event Details View Turtle Tour Event Page

Boo at the Zoo


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Join us for Boo at the Zoo. Lots of fun and games.

$15 – Adults – $10 – Children – $5 – Members.

Boo at the Zoo: Is running a little different than usual. We are asking our vendors to bring pre-packaged candy to hand out to limit extra interactions. We are also doing Timed Ticketing to help space out our guests. We will have a morning pool (10am-12pm) a sanitizing hour (12pm-1pm) and an afternoon pool (1pm-3pm).  https://www.nyszoo.org/upcoming-events/

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The Too-Scary Story


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Do the spooky woods at night give you the heebie-jeebies? Join storyteller Kim Cullen in a scary
story-time and an interactive hike activity. Become brave explorers as we discover the not too scary secrets of the forest. Halloween costumes encouraged.
Face covering required. Program size is limited. Pre-registration required. Please call (315) 482-2479
between the hours of 8:00am – 4:00pm Wednesday through Sunday to register.

https://www.macnaturecenter.com/apps/calendar/

Event Details View The Too-Scary Story Event Page

Brockville Artists Studio Annual Show & Sale



Open to the Public

Reception Fri. Nov 6, 5-9 pm, Sat Nov 7, 10-5, Nov 8, 10-5
Brockville Memorial Centre, 100 Magedoma Blvd, K6V 7J5

Plenty of Free Parking
Free Admission

Mastercard, VISA accepted
Families Welcome

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Clayton Blues & Brews Festival


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Two sessions available. Craft beer lovers will have the opportunity to sample more than 100 craft beers from over 20 New York State breweries. Proceeds to benefit local charities.

 

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Clayton Christmas Parade and Fireworks


A holiday parade like no other, this celebration lasts for hours and all takes place at night, illuminating Clayton, New York, with colorful hues coming from spectacular floats. Only something as dazzling as the Clayton Christmas Parade could draw – and keep – so many people at the chilly shoreline of the St. Lawrence River in early December.

Many of the more than 40 floats are monstrous and participants seem to outperform themselves every year. Festival tunes play throughout the downtown and the shops reopen to the delight of all, offering warm cocktails and gift options aplenty.

It all ends with a spectacular fireworks display and, of ours, Santa. It’s a truly great “off season reason” to visit.

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Christmas Parade with Lights


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The Annual Christmas in Cape Vincent Celebration will take place.  Businesses will be open serving holiday treats and The Christmas Parade with lights will begin at 5:30 pm. Floats will be decorated with holiday lights. After the parade the children can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and hot chocolate and donuts will be served. For more information call 315-654-2533.

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Feb Fest Kingston


This month celebration of winter happens each year at the beginning of February in Kingston, Ontario. Feb Fest is a bustling time in the historic Limestone City. For action, be sure to check out the outdoor hockey games at Market Square Park or bring your skates and twirl whenever the ice is open.

Kingston’s event venues pull out the red carpet for music and comedy acts by nationally touring headliners. The city’s many museums offer special exhibits and events. Food tours, guided Do-It-Yourself workshops, snowshoe races and so much more all take place at Feb Fest.

Kingston has plenty of hotels and places to stay so there’s plenty of places to stay despite Feb Fest’s popularity. Pick the events you want to do and head to Kingston in February, you’ll want to come back again next year.

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