Registration Open for Booths at the 2019 Brewster Fall Festival
Last Year’s Event drew over 4,000 people to the heart of Brewster
After the outstanding success of last year’s Brewster Fall Festival, the Cultural Arts Coalition is busy planning this year’s event to be held on Sunday, September 8, 2019 on Main Street in Brewster. Registration for booths at the event is live at www.BrewsterFallFestival.com.
Vendors, businesses, and organizations are encouraged to participate by purchasing a booth space. The Village of Brewster will close Main Street and booths will line both sides of street. This event is a fundraiser to support the restoration of Old Town Hall Theater located at 67 Main Street in Brewster.
“We anticipate selling out booths early,” states co-chair Margaret Carey, “We received such an amazing outpour of support and positive feedback from vendors and the community. We expect an even bigger crowd this year. However, we only have so much space that we can use on Main Street and we strongly suggest vendors apply as soon as possible.”
“What Judy Marano and Margaret Carey were able to accomplish in a few months was nothing short of amazing and everyone is very interested to see what can be done with a whole year of preparation,” stated Village of Brewster Mayor Jim Schoenig, “This unstoppable duo was able to put on a great event for the community. Myself, as well as the Village Board, are extremely excited for the Fall Festival in 2019.”
“We could not accomplish this event without the help of community volunteers,” explains co-chair, Judy Marano, “People like Frank Funigiello of Confident Home, Peter Carey, MaryCay Nilsen, Charlotte Greene, Katy Faivre and Rebecca Rabinowitz played an integral part in the success of the event along with a handful of dedicated volunteers. Not to mention the Village of Brewster and Putnam County services.” Those interested in volunteering for this event are encouraged to reach out to Judy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So save the date of Sunday, September 8, 2019. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Visit www.BrewsterFallFestival.com for all the details!
PRESS FROM LAST YEAR'S 2018 BREWSTER FALL FESTIVAL
PRESS RELEASE: AUGUST 1, 2018
Brewster Fall Festival Has Something for Everyone!
Celebrate Our Community with Family Fun, Live Entertainment, Old Fashioned Games, Bake Off, Vendor Fair and Fabulous Food
Get ready to spend September 9th at the Brewster Fall Festival as Main Street in Brewster, NY is turned into this annual community celebration. Formerly known as Brewster Founders Day, this event marks the 27th year for this FREE family-friendly event.
Lining Main Street will be a variety of merchants, community organizations, local businesses, crafters, artists, veterans’ organizations, politicians, historical societies, health & wellness services, jewelry, books, churches, and food vendors.
Kids of all ages can enjoy an assortment of fun activities including a dunk tank, face painting, petting zoo, pony rides, games, bounce houses, spin art, and a pie-eating contest! While many activities are free, some will cost a small fee.
Have you ever dreamed of being an award-winning baker? The Brewster Fall Festival is your chance to show off your culinary expertise! The inaugural Brewster Bake Off will be held as part of the many new festivities. Submit your entry for free in the category of cake, cookie or cupcake.
Speaking of food, come with an appetite as the Brewster Fall Festival has a variety of culinary delights including BBQ, burgers, hot dogs, vegan, Italian, tacos, drinks, churros, soul food, ice cream, and baked goods.
Free live music and entertainment will be provided throughout the day. The Cultural Arts Coalition is organizing the Brewster Fall Festival. Stop by the Old Town Hall Theater at 67 Main Street to hear about the progress of the theater restoration and take a photo at the Selfie Station with costumes provided by DB Productions.
The Brewster Fall Festival Committee wishes to thank all their sponsors including Open Door Family Medical Centers, Brewster Senior Housing Foundation, Confident Homes, Inc., Brewster HamletHub, Six Diamonds Tree Service & Landscaping, Sandy Quezada-Sola of the World Financial Group, and The Outlaw BBQ!
The Brewster Fall Festival will be held on Sunday, September 9, 2018 from 11am – 4pm. Free parking is available Tristate Commuter Lot is on Park Street and Morningthorpe Ave. Trolley service courtesy of Putnam County will be available to bring festival goers between this parking lot and Main Street throughout the day. Visit on Facebook at Brewster Fall Festival or www.BrewsterFallFestival.com for more details.
PRESS RELEASE: June 28, 2018
Registration Open for Booths at the Brewster Fall Festival
New & Exciting Activities and Events to Encourage Community Participation
Although summer has just begun, the Cultural Arts Coalition is busy planning the Brewster Fall Festival (formerly known as Brewster Founders Day). This annual event will be held on September 9, 2018 on Main Street in Brewster. Registration for booths at the event is live at www.BrewsterFallFestival.com.
“The event will focus on our community and the wonderful organizations, businesses and people who serve them,” states co-chair Judy Marano, “The Brewster Fall Festival is designed to bring our community together for a day of fun, education and colaboration.”
Vendors, businesses, and organizations are encouraged to participate by purchasing a booth space. The Village of Brewster will close Main Street and booths will line both sides of street. Discounts are available for those in Brewster, Patterson, Southeast and Putnam Lake, 2018 Brewster Chamber Members and not-for-profit organizations.
At a recent interest meeting held at the Studio Around the Corner, community members were invited to share their ideas and experiences to enhance the event. Those in attendance not only offered great ways to engage the community but also volunteer their time to join the committee and assist with the plans and at the day of the event.
Rebecca Rabinowitz, local business owner of CPREd, offered the suggestion of giving the event a country feel by adding old-fashion games like three-legged races, potato sack and a pie-eating contest. Nancy Hack of the Landmarks Preservation Society of Southeast plans to offer historical activities at the Walter Brewster House. Mary Bomba stated that the event was instrumental in her finding out about the community when she moved into town a few years ago and is now helping to continue the tradition by volunteering in the pre-event planning and helping at the Brewster-Carmel Garden Club booth.
“The community is embracing the new structure of the Brewster Fall Festival,” states co-chair Margaret Carey, “We are keeping the tried and true spirit of the event and adding some historical elements, old fashion games, pony rides, contemporary music and new activities. It will be an event not to be missed!”
So save the date of Sunday, September 9, 2018. Visit www.BrewsterFallFestival.com for updated information, to sign up for the e-newsletter, to register for a vendor booth space or to volunteer. Sponsorship opportunities are available, interested parties shouldcontact our committee! Hope to see you there!