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5 Things to do for Labor Day Weekend Fun in the Mohawk Valley!

Labor day weekend fun is here and there’s lots happening throughout the Mohawk Valley!

We have made it easy for you! If you’re looking for something to do this weekend you’ve come too the right place!  Every county in the Mohawk Valley has events planned for Labor Day Weekend and we have just a few listed here to help you get started!

The Fonda Fair

The Fonda Fair is ongoing through the Labor Day Weekend and is held at the Fonda Fairgrounds in Fonda, NY. Check out the details of the fair, get schedules and admission info at The Fonda Fair website.

“Icons of Rock, Blues, and Soul”

“Icons of Rock, Blues, and Soul” is happening through the weekend at Hartwick’s Yager Museum. Legendary concert photographer Larry Hulst has captured some of the most important artists in music history. Visit the Yeager Museums of Arts and Culturein Oneonta, NY, for more details.

39th Annual Iroquois Festival

On both, Saturday, September 3 & Sunday, September 4, 2022, from 10am-5pm celebrate Iroquois creativity and self-expression while enjoying a weekend filled with exciting events and activities! Their annual festival features an Art Market open exclusively to Iroquois artists with the event held at the Iroquois Museum in Howes Cave, NY. Visit the Iroquois Museum website for more details.

Farmers’ Markets

There are still plenty of farmers’ markets operating across the Mohawk Valley! It should be easy to find a market near you on our Mohawk Valley Today Farmers’ Market page!

Amsterdam Bird Walk

Here is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy time outdoors. On Saturday, Educator George Steele will lead a bird walk focused on one of three natural areas in the city. Join in for wonderful walk to learn more about the resident and migrant birds in the Amsterdam area. The bird walk will begin at the Port Jackson Boat Launch in Amsterdam. You can find all the details here at the Amsterdam Bird Walk.

We just love how there’s always something to do in the Mohawk Valley!

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