Fall Fun with Sawyer

Whether you're able to escape the city or not, Sawyer has you covered for fun fall activities for you and your family. Eat, play, create, and explore–together.

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#Apples

In the City:

This week is apple week at Freshmade NYC. Your little chef can make fall's main bounty into something delicious, exciting, and healthy.

Book your class or semester with Freshmade NYC here.

Escape the City:

There are stunning farms and orchards all around New York and New Jersey–and we've hand-picked the best of them for you and your family this weekend. Here are a few options to check out:

New York

Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard, Westchester NY – 1 hour by car

Outhouse Orchards, North Salem, NY - 1 hour by car, Metro-North trains also available

Seven Ponds Orchards, Watermill, NY - 2 hours 15 min by car, LIRR trains also available

New Jersey

Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill, Chester NJ - 1 hour 20 minutes by car

Demarest Farms Orchard, Hillsdale NJ - 1 hour 15 minutes by car

Eastmond Orchards, Colts Neck, NJ - 1 hour 20 minutes by car

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Satisfy that sweet tooth

In the City:

Stories for Chocolate is a hour long story-telling and sing-along session at the Mast Chocolate Factory & Shop in Brooklyn. Come ready to sing, dance, and enjoy chocolate with your little ones!

Sign up for FREE here!

Escape the City

If you've managed to get out of the city and head to the apple-picking Mecca of the Tri-State area, make sure you grab a few cider doughnuts to dip into that hot apple cider!

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Sweat off summer!

In the City:

While this fall heat wave may have had you sweating already, why not step it up a notch and say goodbye to the summer with some dancing at Funikijam this weekend!

Locations, sessions, and more available here.

Escape the City:

Need something to help get over that belly full of apples, cider, and doughnuts? Take your family on a fall foliage walk or bike ride throughout the farm towns you're visiting...and don't forget to jump in some leaves!

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