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What to Do for Labor Day Weekend in Westchester County

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Westchester has a lot to offer this Labor Day weekend. We’ve compiled a list of events and activities to keep you and your family entertained over the next few days.

WGGCon 2022

Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson
Labor Day weekend

Calling all gamers! The Westchester Gaming Group will be holding its WGGCon this weekend at Croton Point Park. Kicking off on Friday, there will be a hot dog cart at 6 p.m., and the movie What We Do in the Shadows will show after dark. Saturday’s festivities start at 4:45 p.m. with a barbecue, game auction, and s’mores. Bright and early on Sunday, attendees can run the Croton Point Pointless 5K to get their heart rate up. Gamers are encouraged to pack their favorite games to play! Check out the website for the full schedule of activities.

Lyndhurst Ramble Tour

Lyndhurst Mansion, Tarrytown
September 4

The historic site offers a walking tour each Sunday up until October 2, making it the perfect destination during Labor Day weekend. Visitors have the chance to tour the Gothic Revival which overlooks the Hudson and sits on 67 acres. The walk makes stops at the unglazed Lord & Burnham steel-framed greenhouse, the oldest regulation bowling alley in the U.S., and the 1911 unrestored pool building. The tour lasts for two hours and starts at the Welcome Center. Tickets for this event are $25.

Sunnyside Tours 

Sunnyside, Irvington
September 5, 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Go outdoors while the weather still permits and spend your Labor Day exploring the charming Sunnyside Estate. Sign up for a tour anytime between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; tickets cost between $10-$15. Learn all about how America’s “founding father of literature” build the most romantic and quaint estate along the Hudson. You will be met with stories of Washington Irving, his characters, and, of course, the stunning view.

Songs for Labor Day: Workers’ Struggles, Organizing, and Unions 

St. Paul’s Church Historic Site, Mt. Vernon
September 5, 1 p.m.

Dive into the history behind Labor Day this holiday weekend. Learn about the labor movement and how it still has an impact on our lives to this day. Linda Russell, the acclaimed balladeer, will sing and interpret songs of the labor movement. This event is free and recommended for ages 10 and up.

Vintage & Artisan Flea Market 

Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge
September 5, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

As mentioned in our “Best Things to Do in Westchester This Week” column, Pound Ridge will be holding its vintage flea market during Labor Day weekend. Shop for unique pieces and local artwork from the 50 vendors who will be in attendance. Alex Cano and Dan Ziotnick will be providing the music, and six food trucks will serve the grub.

 

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