Your Labor Day Weekend Guide

Things to do Labor Day Weekend with kids

labor day weekend family events
Summer is coming to a close, but the fun doesn’t have to stop just yet. Check out these awesome, family-friendly Labor Day weekend events. Spend the day with your family at one of these super fun events and say goodbye to summer the right way.

WHERE: Museum Village, Monroe
WHEN: September 1&2
Re-enactors bring an important chapter in American history back to life at Museum Village. Hear President Lincoln give the Gettysberg address, meet the Federal and Confederate troops and more educational fun for the whole family.

WHERE: 9 Norton Rd, Rhinebeck
WHEN: September 1&2, 2-4pm
Celebrate and enjoy the flying flivvers of the Golden age as you sit back and enjoy the sights of historic airplanes in flight to both entertain and educate. Gift shop and snack bar open, plus museum filled with aircraft memorabilia.

WHERE: Delano-Hitch Park, Newburgh
WHEN: Labor day weekend; Friday 5-11pm, Saturday and Sunday 12-11pm and Monday 12-10pm
Music, entertainment and carnival midway all weekend.

WHERE: Olana Historic Site, Hudson
WHEN: September 1, 10-11am
Join master story teller, Tom Lee, for a tour utilizing art, objects, history and interactivity.

WHERE: Dutchess Stadium
WHEN: September 1, 6-9pm
Honor the veterans from all over the Hudson Valley. It's Saturday night out where you can enjoy a variety of cuisines from around the world. Comfort food is the theme of the night. Fireworks after the game.

WHERE: Kelder's Farm
WHEN: September 1, 10am-6pm
Walk through the 5acre sunflower field. Cut your own. Activities include corn maze, petting farm, hayrides, playground and jumping pillow.

WHERE: Barton Orchard
WHEN: September 1&2, 9am
Saturday night fireworks and flashlight corn maze, attrackings and pick your own all day. Free hayrides and petting zoo plus concessions.

8. Columbia County Fair
WHERE: Columbia County Fairgrounds, Chatham
WHEN: 10am-11pm on Monday, September 3
There’s plenty of fun for the whole family with entertainment in the grandstands, rides and games and agricultural activities.

9. Cornucopia
WHERE: Philipsburg Manor, Sleepy Hollow

WHEN: 10am-5pm on Monday, September 3
Featuring a bounty of corn-centric delicacies and a bevy of interactive, corn-related activities, including hands-on activities, craft and cooking demonstration, lots of corny cuisine and live music. Lots of fun for the whole family!

10. Labor Day Weekend in the Catskills

WHERE: Frost Valley YMCA, Claryville
WHEN: 6pm on Friday, August 31 to 1pm Monday, September 3
Say goodbye to summer and hello to a new school year with this end-of-season celebration weekend. Enjoy three days here in the Valley climbing, hiking, boating, ziplining, arts and crafts, sports and games and much more! Join us for a Labor Day tradition- our annual BBQ-style dinner Saturday evening. Space fills quickly, register today.