The largest of its kind in the Northeast, the Long Island Fall Festival has become the premiere event for family fun. Brought to you by the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Huntington, this event is held annually during columbus day weekend and attracts tens of thousands of families from all over the New York tri-state area to the 25 acres of Heckscher Park in Huntington, NY.
This community event highlights the best Huntington has to offer – from its civic-minded businesses, cultural institutions and service organizations, to its restaurants, pubs and retailers.
Truly a celebration of community spirit, this weekend event offers something for everyone. Attractions include: four stages of entertainment, a world-class carnival, hundreds of arts and craft vendors, international food courts, beer and wine tent, a farmer’s market, and numerous activities designed especially for young children.
Underwritten completely through corporate sponsorships, admission to the public is FREE. Along with street parking, public can take a shuttle bus from the Huntington LIRR for $1 round trip.
Town of Huntington
Nestled on the waterfront of Long Island ’s North Shore, Huntington is a community with rich history, scenic beauty and an outstanding quality of life. Once belonging to the Matinecock Indians, Huntington was purchased by a group of English settlers on April 2, 1653.
Today, the Township of Huntington, with its beautiful beaches and waterways, intimate villages and thriving business community, is home to over 200,000 people. With its vast array of shopping, restaurants, galleries, museums and entertainment, Huntington has it all within 98 square miles.
Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce
Incorporated in 1925 as a Chamber of Commerce in the Village of Huntington, the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of business, industry, financial service, not-for-profit and other professionals within the greater Huntington area. Its mission is the promotion of business, economic development and job creation through the coordinated effort of its membership.
The Chamber is dedicated to serving the needs of its members through government advocacy, networking, community development and education. In fulfillment of its service and community goals, the Chamber develops public policy positions; provides networking opportunities to create a stronger business environment; promotes economic development, job growth, education and an enhanced quality of life for all Long Islanders. For more information go to HuntingtonChamber.com
This event is partially funded by the Suffolk County Executive’s Office.