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2019 Clifton Park Fall Festivals & Annual Events

Check out the fall festivals and events that happen every year in and around Clifton Park. Whether you're looking for a place to take the kids or you simply want to sample amazing beer or food, we've got all the exciting fall happenings right here.

Clifton Park Farm Fest: September 14 & 15, 2019

kids near pumpkin patch

It's a weekend of fun for the whole family at Clifton Park Farm Fest. The event involves driving around to many of the working farms in Clifton Park for hayrides, demos, animals, festive music, and more.

Troy on Tap: September 14, 2019

four women at beer tasting

Troy on Tap returns this year to the Russell Sage Athletic Field. Come out to sample over 130 releases from some of America's best craft breweries while enjoying live music, delicious food, fun games and activities, and great vendors.

The Capital Region Apple & Wine Festival: September 14 & 15, 2019

wine tasting

The Capital Region Apple & Wine Festival in Altamont includes tons of kids activities, a juried art and craft show, live entertainment, wine samples from area wineries, and of course apples!

Adirondack Balloon Festival: September 19 - 22, 2019

outdoor balloon festival

Take a trip north of Clifton Park to Queensbury and Glens Falls and experience the magic of the Adirondack Balloon Festival. This popular fall festival features more than 30 hot air balloons, tethered rides, and four days of events. Join the fun with the whole family!

Harvest Festival in Halfmoon: September 28, 2019

girl feeding animal

Celebrate the season in Halfmoon at the community's Harvest Festival! Formerly known as the Halfmoon Fall Festival, this Harvest Fest will feature everything from a bounce house to a petting zoo, games, pumpkin decorating, live music, vendors, hayrides, and more.

Troy Chowderfest: October 13, 2019

outdoor chowderfestPhoto Credit: Dave DeCrescente

Cast your vote for the best local chowder. For just $1 per sample you can taste test them all. Then, you decide who the winner is! Restaurants must use only local, fresh ingredients for Chowderfest.

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