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Between our autumn colors and (occasionally) beautiful snow, there are few better spots to usher in the Holiday Season than New York State. For beautiful, fun, and engaging fall events in NY, read below:
For one of the largest gatherings of carved pumpkins lit and arranged for your viewing pleasure, The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is second to none. With more than 7,000 illuminated jack o’ lanterns designed and carved by artisans displayed against an 18th century landscape, you’ll fulfill any pumpkin-themed cravings.
You don’t have to go far in New York to find collections of changing leaves, but some areas are luckier than others. If you want to get the most color out of this holiday season, click here for a map that monitors the hot spots.
For a classic event that encourages attendees to let loose, Oktoberfest is the release you’re looking for. You’ll want to check the schedule to see which weekend event is the most up your alley. Odds are, you’ll find a few.
For the art and culture lover, there’s no shortage of ways to spend the year’s end.
If local art and land preservation pique your interests, then check out Landscapes for Landsakes. With the mission of preserving historical farmland while supporting local artists, Landscapes for Landsakes is an all-around win.
Between family gatherings, last-minute shopping, and the occasional winter storms, what better way to prepare for the drama of the season than with a beautiful rendition of this dramatic holiday classic?
On October 12th and 13th, Ellicottville’s Fall Festival will be in full swing! For a gathering that celebrates the changing season, join tens of thousands of festival goers and enjoy local cuisine, fine art, crafts shows, carnival rides, and the beautiful foliage.
You can’t mention fall without Halloween fun! Those who appreciate a good scare or are intrigued by the dark side the will appreciate these catered suggestions.
Offering psychic readings and seances, the Festival of Witches is an engaging way to usher in the season. Held near historically creepy Sleepy Hollow, the festival also boasts shopping, classes and workshops on tarot card reading, and some renowned psychic personalities in attendance.
With as much history as our slice of the world has in it, there are bound to be some hauntings to explore. There are many ghost tours or haunted history tours to choose from if you’re interested in learning about a place, the people that inhabited it, and the ghosts they became.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush and the fright of your life, try Field of Horrors! Located in Brunswick, Field of Horrors offers everything from the scares you’re looking for, to food, drinks, and more.
Regardless of how you decide to celebrate the season, Century Linen & Uniform is here to help. If you’re in need of a linen, uniform, or facility service and supply in the New York area, contact us today at 800-721-7648.