Albany New York Events
The New York City region is an annual scene of autumn activities, especially around Halloween, when the festivities and activities of a month are dominated by ghostly events. Whether you're a thrill seeker or just a fan of the scary, there's something for everyone in the Albany region. The Fonda Fair 180th is celebrated from September 1st to September 6th, and September is the month of October with a series of events, concerts, festivals, food trucks and more.
The fair is intended to provide the best entertainment, an educational experience and to present the local history and tradition. The Bennington Quilting Festival features more than 1,000 quilts from around the world as well as local craftsmen. This festival offers clean - street scrubbing, crafts, live music and more.
With more than 1,000 blankets from around the world as well as local craftsmen, live music and more. With a wide range of crafts, music, food, crafts and entertainment by local artists and local businesses.
With a wide range of crafts, music, food, crafts and entertainment by local artists and local businesses. There will be live music from local musicians, craftsmen, musicians and artists from all over the world and more.
Downtown Saratoga Springs hosts the annual Halloween Festival on October 26, which is full of events and activities throughout the day. In the past years there has been a haunted house, a ghost car show, a petting zoo and much more. Highlights this year include the Halloween Horror Nights Haunted Car Show and an entire business district that is being transformed into a new one. Treat yourself to 36 different shops in the city centre, with a variety of food and drinks and a wide range of entertainment.
If such events occur or begin, a representative of a large group may seek permission from the Albany City Police Department or the Department of Public Safety at the discretion of the Chief Commissioner. The holder of this permit must provide the city with an insurance certificate providing for compensation in a form acceptable to him. It should be the responsibility of each applicant to ensure that a police department in Albany is properly responsible. No roads are affected, but they are compulsory at the discretion of the Chief Commissioner and will be provided in a form acceptable to the city.
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Tickets can be purchased online or you can start your tour in person at the Crown Event Center on Saturday, October 7th at 9.30 a.m. Guests are encouraged to wear their favorite clothing, especially children who participate in the parade.
It is reasonable to expect no more than 25 people, and no less than 50 people can reasonably be expected to be present. Any regularly scheduled sporting event or other event otherwise authorised by the Commissioner will require authorisation. Spontaneous large-group events are not permitted unless authorisation has been granted or the person concerned has been refused. GREAT GROUP EVENT If 25-50 people or no more than 25 people or 50 people can be "reasonably" expected, then no permission.
The Chief Commissioner requires permit holders to inform the public of temporary road closures or parking restrictions resulting from the event. The Chief Commissioner shall have the power to revoke the permit if a serious reason for the violation of the provisions of this Act or of the New York Federal Code is proven.
The proposed activity or use does not unreasonably anticipate or anticipate violence, harassment, intimidation, threats or other forms of physical violence against persons or property. The proposed activities or uses will not interfere with or interfere with the public's right to freedom of expression, freedom of religion, freedom of speech or assembly and freedom of association.
Experts are invited to discuss current epilepsy issues - related issues that provide important information that will benefit individuals and families affected by epilepsy, as well as professionals from the epilepsy patient community. Participants will hear from speakers and learn how to find motivation and strength in difficult times. Don't miss the 13th The annual pumpkin walk on Saturday, October 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. offers oranges, pumpkins, sweets and more.