What to do this weekend

There’s lots to do this weekend – and next – from arts crawls and craft fairs to sampling live music or Hudson Valley craft beer to browsing downtown Nyack at its annual Famous Street Fair. Know of an event that should be included? Email Karen Croke, kcroke1@lohud.com

Guild and Grange, May 13, 14, & 15

This fair maker will feature more than 25 artisans from Brooklyn to the Hudson Valley region and beyond in an open-air marketplace on the meadows at John Jay Homestead in Katonah. Free admission. 9 am-5 pm Saturday and Sunday. Tickets for Friday’s preview event give visitors first access to shop the market and a chance to meet the makers. Those tickets are $ 125 and are available at eventbrite.com. 400 Jay St., Katonah. For more info, go to guildandgrange.com.

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Suds on the Sound, May 14

This new craft beer festival will be held from 2 to 6 pm in Rye Town Park in Rye. The event will feature more than 50 breweries pouring over 100 different beers. Among those in attendance: Garnerville’s Industrial Arts, Mamaroneck’s Decadent Ales, Port Chester’s Run & Hide, White Plains’ Wolf & Warrior, Elmsford’s Captain Lawrence, and the Newburgh Brewing Co. This is a 21+ event. Tickets are $ 15- $ 55. Rye Town Park is located at 95 Dearborn Ave. Tickets and more info at eventbrite.com.

People attend the Nyack Famous Street Fair in downtown Nyack.

Nyack’s Famous Street Fair, May 15

From 10 am-6pm more than 200 exhibitors take over downtown with arts, crafts, new retail, home deco, gifts and more. All types of festival foods will be available as well as Nyack’s many outdoor cafes and restaurants. Be sure to make a stop at the NY Soda Jerks for one of their old fashioned sodas or egg creams. All day music will be played at the gazebo on Main Street and folk music on Broadway. The fair is sponsored by ACADA of Nyack. For more info, go to pjspromotions.com.

Steven W. Dauksza Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser, May 15

This Haverstraw event features food, beer, raffles and family entertainment culminating in the announcement of the winner of this annual scholarship. $ 50 donation at the door. Held at the Haverstraw Elks, 877 Elks Drive, Haverstraw. For more info, go to stevendaukszascholarship.org

Westchester Craft Crawl will feature work from Hudson Valley makers including works from Senegal's Tackassanu.

Westchester Craft Crawl, May 14, 15

The Craft Crawl is back for its biannual outdoor artist-organized craft tour, featuring 47 regional professional craft artists from Westchester, NYC and the Hudson Valley region. The Spring Crawl features 4 tour stops between Ossining and Croton with each stop hosting 10 or more artists working in clay, wood, fiber, metal, glass, jewelry and mixed media. 10 am-5 pm both days. Find more info at westchestercraftcrawl.com

Tom Chapin will be at The Turning Point in Piermont this weekend.

Tom Chapin and Friends, May 15

The performance begins at 4 pm at the Turning Point in Piermont. Tickets are $ 42.40. Vaccinations are required. 468 Piermont Ave., Piermont. For tickets, info go to piermont.club

A performer stands in the ring of the Flip Circus.

Flip Circus, through May 16

Flip Circus is bringing its intimate big-top tent to the Shops of Nanuet with a cast of international performers, including Shirley Larible’s aerials, Chicago AllStars acrobatics, jugglers Dede Larible and Luva, as well as the multi-talented Bingo Troupe from Ukraine. Tickets are $ 25- $ 40. For tickets and additional information, please visit flipcircus.com.

“I And You,” through May 15

A work about youth, life, love, and the mystery of human connectedness winds up its run at Penguin Repertory Theater. The last thing Caroline wanted was a classmate named Anthony walking into her bedroom to work on a school project. But as the two let down their guards and share their secrets, they embark on a journey of exploration. For tickets, show times and more, go to penguinrep.org. Penguin Rep Theater, 7 Crickettown Road, Stony Point.

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