The Hester Street Fair already opened on April 15 for its weekly Saturday event, but if you’re looking to bring your favorite four legged pal, pups are invited to join the fun this particular day!
Enjoy the best of local Park Slope eats at this one-off thanks to the Pop Up New York series.
Take your imagination and hop on the ferry to Governor’s Island for a weekend of collaborative art projects that are all free to take part in.
Get the scoop on local sustainability projects and enjoy an afternoon of food, music, workshops, performances, and art at McCarren Park.
This free multi-block party makes music and dance its main focus, but community workshops, face painting, and games for the entire family are all part of this year’s mix.
To celebrate its 15th year, Big Apple Barbecue will have 15 of the country’s best pitmasters serving up heaps of meat at Madison Square Park.
Celebrate the Hudson River in all its glory at an afternoon of good times for the whole community. Live performances, a pet adoption center, and boat rides are just a few of the cool offerings!
Seven of the city’s museums along Fifth Avenue will open their doors for three hours for New Yorkers to get cultured without spending a dime.
Mermaids will take over the streets of Coney Island for its 35th year for the country’s largest art parade. Start planning your under the sea outfits now.
Head to this free multicultural fest that celebrates Jewish, Chinese, and Puerto Rican culture with a day of food and street performances.
This inaugural event will feature more than 40 food vendors representing cuisines from all over the globe. A limited amount of free tickets are available, so get yours ASAP!
LeAnn Rimes will be headlining this year's LGBT street festival that features performances, vendors, and tons of activities all in honor of love and equality.
Step outside for lunch and take advantage of tons of delicious local offerings at this one day fest fit for foodies.
Get in one final beach trip before Labor Day, and cap off the day at Brighton Beach’s biggest bash of the summer, where 125,000 people are expected to attend.
Enjoy a packed day of food, dance, live music, a pizza eating contest, craft fair, children’s area, main stage, beer garden, and more!
Billing itself as NYC’s largest street fair, head here to witness more than 500 food and craft vendors plus ten stages in the heart of Brooklyn.