This Week on Long Island: Two Festivals and a Halloween Village


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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

Fall On The Bay Festival 2019

When: October 12
Where: Tanner Park in Copiague

This event offers a little something for everyone! For beer drinkers, there’ll be a pumpkin beer tent. For foodies, there’ll be food trucks and local restaurants. For melophiles, there’ll be live music. Other attractions include face painting; a bounce castle maze; and more! You can purchase tickets here.

Famous Food Festival

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When: October 12
Where: Tanger Outlets, Deer Park in Deer Park

If you love food, this is an event you won’t want to miss this fall! The Famous Food festival is back and bigger than ever. At the event, there’ll be more than 60 food vendors; a beer and wine garden; chef demonstrations; a rock wall and more! Also on hand: a cigar and bourbon lounge.

Have a Spook-tacular Night at The Milleridge Halloween Village

When: Every weekend in October
Where: Milleridge Inn in Jericho

Looking for a good scare this Halloween? The Halloween Village has a haunted house, an escape room, magicians, stilt walkers and more. Don’t forget about the spooky rides! There’s something for everybody, no matter the age. Oh, and if you’re looking for a bite to eat after walking through the pumpkin patch: The Milleridge is open for hungry ghouls, goblins and ghosts!

Save the Date

Patchogue Fall Festival

When: October 19
Where: Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce in Patchogue

Right around the corner, the Patchogue Fall Festival is expected to be bigger than ever! The festival this year will include a petting zoo, pumpkin decorating, and beer and wine tasting! A costume parade for children 12 years old and younger will begin at 2 p.m. There will also be a chowda eating contest!

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