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Long Island Main Street Festivals - Nassau & Suffolk Street Fairs

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There are a lot of reasons for Long Islanders to love their towns—we have many great school districts, a ton of delicious restaurants, beautiful beaches, and all sorts of fun things to do all year long. When the weather gets a little warmer, many of the towns also start to celebrate with annual street fairs. From Northport’s Cow Harbor Day to Greenport’s Maritime Festival, these fairs make a great way to have some fun and celebrate our hometowns.

All sorts of attractions come to street fairs, including food trucks, artisans, painters, craft-makers, vendors, festival rides and games, entertainers, and many other representatives from our local businesses. If you’re looking for a great way to have some fun in your own backyard then spending a day at your town’s Main Street festival is a great way to do it and, of course, you can always go to one of the many other fairs all over Long Island as well!

 

Suffolk County Main Street Festivals 2014
Date Town and Festival
May 2nd - 4th 24th Annual Lindenhurst Spring Festival
May 3rd - 4th Port Jefferson Boaters Maritime Festival
June 1st Smithtown Day
June 7th Greater Westhampton Spring Weekend Arts & Crafts Show
June 8th Second Annual Centereach Street Fair
June 14th Kings Park Day
June 14th Moriches Spring Fair
June 22nd Islip Main Street Festival
June 26th Bellport Day
June 29th Lynbrook Street Fair
July 12th 37th Annual Mattituck Old Fashioned Street Fair
August 1st - 3rd Sayville Summerfest
August 14th - 17th Holbrook Carnival and Craft Festival
August 23rd 51st Annual Shelter Island Art Show & Craft Fair
August 31st 9th Annual Ronkonkoma Street Fair
September 5th - 7th East Northport Annual Festival
September 7th 24th Annual Nesconset Day Craft & Street Fair
September 12th - 14th Copiague's 7th Annual LI Family Festival
September 19th - 21st Greenport Maritimes Festival
September 27th - 28th 24th Annual Cedar Beach Music and Arts Festival
September 28th St. James Day
October 4th The Amityville AppleFest

Nassau County Main Street Festivals 2014
Date Town and Festival
April 5th - 6th Manhasset Spring Festival
April 12th - 13th Rockville Centre Spring Festival
April 19th Baldwin Spring Festival
April 27th West Hempstead Street Fair
May 3rd - 4th Long Beach Boardwalk and Street Fair
May 4th 36th Annual Great Neck Street Fair
May 31st - June 1st Rockville Centre Spring Festival
June 1st Massapequa Community Street Fair
June 7th Freeport Nautical Mile Festival
June 8th Sea Cliff SpringFest
June 14th - 15th Seaford Spring Festival
July 12th Baldwin Day
July 19th - 20th Long Beach Boardwalk and Street Fair
July 20th Hicksville 11th Annual SummerFest
July 26th Manhasset Summer Festival
July 27th Great Neck Plaza Summer Festival
August 12th Locust Valley Annual Sale Under the Sun
August 13th - 14th 23rd Annual Merrick Fall Festival and Street Fair
August 30th - September 1st Seaford Summer Festival
September 6th - 7th Long Beach Boardwalk and Street Fair
September 13th - 14th Bayville Waterside Festival
September 18th - 21st 27th Annual Bellmore Family Street Festival
September 21st West Hempstead Street Fair
September 28th Garden City South Street Fair
September 28th Syosset Street Fair
October 5th Plainview-Old Bethpage Craft & Gift Fair
October 18th - 19th Seaford Fall Festival
October 25th - 26th Rockville Centre Fall Festival

 

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