Taking It to the Streets: Weekend Street Fairs
Nothing heralds summer like street and craft fairs and this weekend there are plenty!
9th Annual Rutherford Multicultural Festival: International food, dances and music from around the world. Face painting, games, crafts and lots of family fun.
Lincoln Park (across from borough hall), Rutherford. Saturday, noon-7pm.
Westwood Crafts in the Park: This craft fair draws huge crowds to Veteran's Park in Westwood. Always a popular craft show, there are over 100 exhibitors with hand crafted items, art & fine photography.
Washington and Third Ave., Westwood. Sunday, 10am-5pm.
Fort Lee Arts & Music Festival: There are two stages of free entertainment, a Harley Davidson Motorcycle Juried Show (in Municipal Lot), craft vendors, juried art show judged by Fort Lee Artists Guild open to all, food vendors, free face painting and bounce ride for kids, Fire Department exhibitions and displays. Great place to pick up affordable original artwork.
Main Street between Center Avenue and Lemoine Avenue, Fort Lee. 10am-6pm.
Montvale Street Festival & Craft Show: Lots of food, music, a kids' section, Arts & Crafts, a Boutique Section, retail merchandise, beer & wine garden and more. This Street Festival is one that many people look forward to.
Paragon Drive, Montvale. 10am-5pm.
Suffern Street Fair: Just a stone's throw over the border in Rockland County, the Suffern Street Fair draws a large Bergen County crowd. Over 100 vendors. Featuring restaurant specials, music, fun and activities for the whole family.
Main St. and Lafayette Ave., Suffern, NY. 10am-5pm.