2017 Guide to Long Island Street Fairs

Street fairs bring a slew of Pulse readers’ favorite things together: food trucks, artisans, craft vendors and entertainers. Whether you’re looking to celebrate your hometown or discover the beauty of another, these festivals are sure to do the trick.

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Bethpage Street Fair 2017, Broadway @ Powell Ave

Rain or shine, the artisanal and craft vendor street fair will not disappoint with its vintage, high-quality products. There will also be live entertainment, bounce houses and plenty of fun food. May 7, 10am-6pm. Go.

Nesconset Craft & Gift Show, Charles P. Toner Park

Held at the beautiful Charles P. Toner Park there will be more than 80 vendors, food, drinks and good company. May 7, 10am-4pm. Go.

17th Annual Huntington Tulip Festival, Heckscher Park

The event features more than 20,000 tulips, art exhibitions, activity booths, musical performances and refreshments. Guests can also enter to win around $300 through the annual tulip festival photo contest. May 7, 11am-4pm. Go.

Long Beach Boardwalk and Street Fair, Long Beach Boardwalk

The renowned Long Beach boardwalk, which was given a $44 million revamp after Superstorm Sandy, is playing host to this event. It is as local as local shopping gets with handmade items, fine art and delicious food truck treats. May 13-14, 10am-6pm. Go.

Southampton Antique Fair, Rogers Mansion

What’s old is new to an antique shopper and at this fair visitors will find furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, collectables and more inside the Red Barn and on the grounds. May 13 9am-4pm, May 27 9am-4pm, June 10 9am-4m, June 24 9am-4pm. (Five more dates through Sept. 16). Go.

Long Island Fleece and Fiber Fair, Hallockville Museum Farm

Visitors will learn how local artisans craft wool and other animal fiber into lovely finished pieces of clothing and art. There will also be workshops for a hands-on experience. May 20-21, 10am-4pm. Go.

North Babylon Street Fair & Community Festival, Deer Park Ave

Don’t miss food-eating contests (like wings and donuts), inflatable rides and fine crafts. May 21, 12-6pm. Go.

Great Neck Street Fair 2017, Middle Neck Road @ Fairview Ave

More than 150 of vendors will exhibit handcrafted products, jewelry, accessories, clothing, home décor and many more unique gift items. And of course there will be food and music. May 21, 10am-5pm. Go.

27th Annual HarborFest Dock Day & Craft Fair, Port Washington Town Dock

There’s a reason this celebration has been around for over two decades. Entertaining activities range from bay cruises, a model boat regatta and nautical museum exhibits to a handmade craft fair, tasty food court and family fun stage. June 4. Go.

6th Annual Boater’s Maritime Festival, Mayor Jeanne Garant Harborfront Park

Celebrate the weekend with water activities, open demos including kayaks, inflatables and paddle boards, harbor cruises, fishing and outdoor seminars, boat building and even a clam eating contest. June 3-4, 11am-6pm. Go.

Alive After Five, Main Street Patchogue

Music, food, beer and art, enough said. July 6, July 20, Aug. 3, Aug. 17, 5pm. Go.

Alive on 25, Main Street Riverhead

The street will be closed to traffic for a pop-up musical festival that offers local craft beverages and wine, restaurant samplings, artist exhibitions and family friendly activities. There will even be a car show. July 13, July 27, Aug. 10, Aug. 24, 5-9:30pm. Go.