A shot of the crowds along Division Street.
According to Peekskill Patch:
Peekskill’s inaugural Harvest Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 6, 2018, from 2 pm to 10 pm, rain or shine and will be held in Downtown Peekskill, near the Gazebo. The event is open to the public and will feature live stage music from top performers, activities for kids, artisan vendors, food, and a selection of beer, including autumn favorites. The festival is preceded by the Peekskill Farmers Market held on Bank Street from 8am to 2pm.
“Peekskill Harvest Festival will be one of the Hudson Valley’s premiere fall musical and creative events, drawing people from the tri-state area to enjoy this free, open-air concert on the streets of historic downtown Peekskill against the backdrop of the Hudson Valley’s dramatic fall foliage,” said Brian Fassett, President of the Peekskill Business Improvement District.
A special “family fun zone” will be set up from 2pm to 6pm featuring free games, free crafts, and music programming on the north end of Division Street between Park and Main Streets. BASF will be on hand offering kids the opportunity to participate in hands-on science experiments. Kids will be able to decorate pumpkins, search for dinosaur eggs and participate in a variety of arts and crafts activities. All ages are encouraged to find the big pumpkin and guess its weight to win a gift basket of Farmers Market treats.
Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3.