This Week on Long Island: Two Festivals and One Fair You Can’t Miss

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Welcome to This Week on Long Island! A recurring series, This Week on Long Island rounds up the top food and beverage events for the week

This Week

East Northport Festival

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When: September 6
Where: John J. Walsh Memorial Park in East Northport

 Hosted by the East Northport Chamber of Commerce, the 24th annual East Northport Festival is this Friday. There will be games and rides for all ages, live entertainment, an international food court, costume characters, and a craft wine and beer garden. Best of all: Admission is free!

Patchogue Italian Feast of Saint Liberata

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When: September 7
Where: Main St. in Patchogue

 The 52nd annual Patchogue Italian Feast Of Saint Liberata will kickoff this year as it always does — with a traditional procession! During the event, in downtown Patchogue, there will be classic and Italian cars on display, and an annual bocce ball tournament at the Patchogue-Medford Library ( you’ve still got some time to practice). Family-friendly activities include children’s karaoke, a magician, dunk tank, bounce houses, a zeppole eating content (bring your appetite) and more. There will be live entertainment by Giglio Italian Marching Band, John Sirianni and Killin Time, and others. Participating restaurants will also offer guests wine tastings during the third annual “Vino in the Village” wine walk. 

Annual Fair at Argyle Park

When: September 8
Where: Argyle Park in Babylon Village

 More than 300 craft vendors will be on hand at this year’s Annual Fair at Argyle Park, but if hand-made items aren’t your thing (even though they should be), the event — run entirely by volunteers — will also offer attendees food and entertaining around the gazebo area. For children, there will be small rides and activities at Bayman Park, located across the canal. What’s new at this year’s fair? A food booth along the lake, and music and entertainment by Pams & Jams DJs. Proceeds received by Babylon Beautification Society will go into beautification projects in the village.

Save the Date

Food Truck Derby

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When: October 26
Where: Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead

Are you a food truck junkie? If so, this is a must attend event! Rain or shine, Hallockville Museum Farm’s Food Truck Derby, slated for this October, is going to be jam-packed with food trucks, craft beer and local wine on the farm’s breathtaking views. Still not convinced? Stay tuned for more details.

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