Sunday, September 06, 2009

Best September Ever?


Just look at the myriad fun activities blessing our fair city this month:

Harbor Day! Celebrate the quadricentennial in style with a fitting, watery tribute to Henry Hudson. If you can't make it to one of the four Hudson River Rambles, or the Half Moon Annual Voyage of Discovery (Voyage of Discovery!), at least make it to Harbor Day for free bikes, boat rides and all the oysters you can eat (though I think you have to pay for the oysters).

Too dorky? Nuts to you. But maybe NY Craft Beer week would be more your speed. Any event involving a beer passport sounds just jim dandy to me.

But what's that you say? You don't like beer? Strange. Well, what about wine? The Bohemian Hall will serve up Moravian wines as part of their Vinobrani festival on Sept. 12th and 13th. I'm not sure what Vinobrani is, but they say it "kicks off the start of harvest season" and that's all right by me. While I'm only "meh" about wine, I'm very excited about the promise of the "delicious pastries," they mention in their ad.

Yup, harbors and harvest festivals. That's what it's all about this month. And if you can't find joy in that then I can't help you.


P.L. Kerpius said...

DELICIOUS PASTRIES. Delicious pastries! I forgot everything I was thinking about in my life, suddenly. Delicious pastries, GET IN THERE!

Andrea Janes said...

You know, some people don't think pastries and booze go together. I am glad we are not one of those people.

P.L. Kerpius said...

Are you kidding me? There are so many sweet wines and tasty cordials to accompany a baked good. People need to seriously get cultured here.

Pastries. Mm-mm-mmm.