Events on the Edge: Fall in NYC

Every season NYC has a lot to offer, but my favorite season is certainly the fall! With apple picking, outdoor fairs and festivals as well great indoor concerts it’s a wonderful time of year. So get out your fall jacket and enjoy the brisk air, beautiful leaves, and the Fall events.
My suggestions for Fall events:
1. Apple Festival at the Queens County Farm Museum
October 2, 11am to 4pm
A large variety of apples, apple products, and freshly pressed cider will be available. The nation’s largest apple cobbler will be baked on site. Learn fun apple facts at this delightful event. Vendors will have a variety of collectibles for sale, food, hayrides, and free children’s games will make this event fun for all ages. (queensfarm.org)
http://queensfarm.org/events.html

2. Bryant Park Fall Festival
September 16-23rd
The fourth annual Bryant Park Fall Festival presents free performances and talks from New York City’s premier ballet, modern dance, opera, rock, soul, and jazz institutions, September 16 through September 23. (nyc-arts.org)
http://www.nyc-arts.org/collections/301/bryant-park-fall-festival

3. Broadway Week
2-for-1 tickets for Broadway shows
http://www.nycgo.com/broadwayweek/?a=1&b=1&pid=hp-hero-drgbl-2

4. Off-Broadway Week
2-for-1 tickets for Off-Broadway shows
http://www.nycgo.com/offbroadwayweek/?a=1&b=1&pid=hp-hero-drgbl-4

5. BAM Next Wave Festival
September 13-December 18

This fall, the Next Wave Festival returns for its 29th season, presenting an array of contemporary performance, artist talks, storytelling, visual art, and film that showcases work by emerging artists and innovative modern masters. (Bam.org)

http://www.bam.org/view.aspx?pid=1096

6. Feast of San Gennaro

September 15-25
The Feast of San Gennaro brings more than one million people to the streets of historic Little Italy in the annual salute to the patron saint of Naples. The street festivities—including parades, entertainment, food stands and a cannoli-eating contest—are capped with a celebratory Mass and candlelit procession with the statue of San Gennaro. (nycgo.com)
Little Italy, Manhattan

Be sure to visit at least one of these and add a new tradition to your Fall schedule in NYC! With so much to explore you will certainly be living on the edge this season!

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