Check out these Long Island fairs and festivals for the month of August! Get in those activities before it’s back to school!
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The 42nd Annual Polish Town Fair will be held August 20-21 in Polish Town, USA.
Free Street Fair & Carnival from 10am to 6pm both days.
Booths featuring a variety of food, crafts, imports, arts, jewelry and specialties.
10am: Polish Mass at St. Isidore’s RC Church, followed by a reenactment of an old fashioned Polish Wedding at noon on the church steps.
11:30am: Flag raising ceremony by the show mobile with a Polish choir, plus demonstration of Polish customs.
Miss Polish Town USA 2016 will reign over festivities. Come taste Polish Town’s famous kielbasa sandwiches, pierogi and grandma’s polish babka bread. Don’t forget to pick up a souvenir cook book, t-shirt and annual 2016 Polish Town mug! Music both days at the show mobile will be provided by DJ Hank.
POLISH DANCE FESTIVAL AT POLONAISE PARK! 6 hours of polka fun starting at 5pm. Music provided by The Boys along with Mike Costa and the Beat. Admission $13 for adults, children under 12 $8.
Sunday: Join us under our Pavilion for family entertainment beginning at noon.
Saturday and Sunday August 27 and 28, 10am to 6 pm rain or shine
Come judge the taste of 20 varieties of heirloom and traditional tomatoes. Learn to can your own, make salsa, and enjoy tomato cuisine!
Enjoy a full schedule of events including U-Pick Cherry Tomatoes and hayrides, and workshops on “How to Grow Tomatoes” and “Tomato Canning”
Great for adults and kids alike. GROW. EAT. ENJOY!
sponsored by the Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce will be held on Saturday, August 27th, 2016, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Shelter Island School 33 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island.
It’s our 53rd year. Join quality artists and craftspeople in our well-attended show that is open to artisans only to display, demonstrate and sell their outstanding, high quality, original works in any medium or style.
There is also a special youth category and a Shelter Island section for SI Chamber members only.
This event will be held on the grounds of the Shelter Island School
on Rt. 114, with free admission, free parking and draws thousands of attendees.
There is also a vendor-donated raffle raising funds for high school scholarships.
So apply early – limited spaces.
August 27, 2016, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Great Exposure – Great Sales – Great Community Support
Vendor Donated Raffle · Artist Showcased Publicity Poster · Special Youth Category
Five bands, live painting, gourmet food trucks and children’s activities! Calverton Links, Calverton. $25 in advance, $35 at gate, $10 Ages 6-15, Free 5 & under. 12-8 p.m. Aug. 28.