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3RD ANNUAL RYE TOWN PARK FALL FESTIVAL 2019

Date: Saturday, October 19th
Time: 11:00-3:00pm
Fee: $10 Per Child (Adults and Children Under 3 are Free)

  • Crafts
  • Activities
  • Face Painting
  • Hay Rides
  • Food Truck and More

Songs for Seeds Performing at the following times: 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm and 2:30p

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Date: Sunday, September 22nd
Time: 11:00-3:00pm
Address: 210 Boston Post Road – Jay Heritage Center
Ticket Prices: $40 Family | $15 Individual

To learn more about the event and to purchase tickets CLICK HERE.

  • Free Crafts, Music and Activities (Pony Rides, Face Painters, Ring Toss, A Cappella Sets, Guided Tours, Balloon Twisters, etc…)
  • Purchase Lunch in the Meadow and on the Veranda (Melt Mobile, Road Grub, Mobile Pie Pizza and More)
  • Walk & Shop (Local Artists, My Twirl, Circle 7 Framing, Hometown Love and More)

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Down to Earth Rye Farmers Market

Local farmers and local artisan food producers. Sundays from 8:30am to 2:00pm pm on Theodore Fremd Avenue (behind Purchase Street stores).

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Purchase Street in Downtown Rye

Rye Sidewalk Sale

Location: Downtown Rye
Dates: July 26, July 26, July 27

Come on out and support local business while enjoying savings up to 75%. Click HERE for participating stores and details.

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Westchester Magazine’s 2019 Wine & Food Festival
Dates: June 4 – June 9

A not-to-be missed experience celebrating the culinary spirit of Westchester County. Seven events held over seven days is a feast of gourmet food, wines, beer, best burgers in the county, award-winning chefs and much more. On Sunday, June 9th there is a Junior Chef Experience as well.

For events this weekend, details and ticket options please CLICK HERE.

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Try These 3 Restaurants Around Rye
By Katie Irwin

20 years ago, when we landed in Rye from NYC, we went through serious restaurant withdrawal. Luckily, Rye and the surrounding area has come a long way—we now have some great places to choose from.

Here are a few favorites we consistently return to with family and friends—all of which have downtown locations which can make for a fun outing with shopping, ice cream parlors, and Metro North all nearby.

Hajime

Open since 1996, owners Sam and Jin have been behind the sushi bar preparing delicious rolls, sashimi and sushi. It’s a local favorite, and some of the freshest and best sushi around.

Coals Pizza

While there’s no shortage of pizza in our area, Coals is a standout. The pizza here is grilled, with a very thin crust and plenty of choices for toppings. They have a nice selection of salads and appetizers, and a large selection of craft beer—IPAs included.

Aurora Restaurant

If you ask Rye residents their favorite place to dine out, I’d bet most would say Aurora. Around for years, it’s won the hearts of most locals. The staff, from host Eduardo right down to the bussers, all have a smile and always seem genuinely happy to see you. The food is consistently good, with options from pizzas to full entrees.

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