Whether you’re ready to shop for the holidays, see the biggest car show in the Capital Region, or enjoy delicious food and brews, there is an event for you this weekend. Check out our latest weekend roundup of top events in the Clifton Park area!
The 58th Annual Northeast Ski & Craft Beer Showcase will take place at the Albany Capital Center from Friday through Sunday. This three-day showcase is New York’s largest and longest-running winter sports show. Browse the latest and greatest winter sports equipment and sample craft brews in the Beer Garden.
The 2019 Albany Auto Show will cruise to the Times Union Center in Albany this weekend. Featuring over 150 new cars, trucks, minivans, and SUVs, this annual auto show is the perfect event for both car lovers and future buyers.
Lace up your running shoes this Saturday and support the Saratoga County Veterans Trust and Agency Fund. The 8th Annual 5k Revolutionary Run will begin at Fort Hardy Park in Schuylerville and bring runners to Hudson Crossing Park and back.
Stop at the Malta Community Center on Saturday and get an early start on your holiday shopping. There will be over 70 vendors selling art, crafts, food, and so much more. Parking and admission are free, and the fair will run from 9:00am-3:00pm.
From 10:00am-4:00pm on Sunday, the Rexford Auxiliary will present their Annual Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair at the Rexford Volunteer Fire Department. This fair will include more than 40 crafters and vendors, a used book sale, a bake sale, lunch counter, and prize drawings.
Looking for fall fun this weekend? Attend Lansing Farm Market’s Fall Festival – Pig Roast & Chicken BBQ in Schenectady this Sunday. The festive afternoon will feature live music, food, games, raffles, and more.
Celebrate International Games Week with a trip to the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library this Sunday. From 1:00pm-3:00pm, kids, teens, and adults can play a variety of free games in the Children’s Activity Room.
Enjoy delicious entrees at great prices during the annual Saratoga County Restaurant Week. From November 4-10, participating local restaurants will offer 3-course dinners for just $20 or $30 plus tax and tip.