Elisa's Daily Scoop
W2GW - NYC & Queens in September
Howdy! How are you today?
It's mid-week and it's also W2GW (Where to Go Wednesday) today.
Before, I go on, let me first apologize for a few things here on the blog.
We have changed our posting and emailing time this week to accommodate Tanya, who is not only in a different time zone, but who is also having a helluva time getting wifi long enough to blog.
So, for the rest of her trip, until she is home-based (or at least traveling where there is good internet service), we will link the previous day's Daily Scoop for you!
August 30, 2016 - Tanya's Magical Anniversary Trip - Day 14 - Outer Hebrides and Travelin' Tuesday Safety Tips
I guess we just take for granted that we'll always have internet, but as a traveler, I can tell you, that is not always the case.
Yesterday, I spent another lovely day with my little puppy. Actually, we made a slight modification to her name. We decided she was much more of a "PuNkin" than a Pumpkin. So, that's who she is now!
Dropped the girls off at the barn and headed to Tanger Outlets once again with my fur baby. We hung out together - I caught up on some work and she just took it all in and rested a bit.
I'm a regular there so now, Punkin is becoming a little celebrity.
So, with September literally a day away, let's see what the month has in store for the New York City area:
U.S. Open Tennis Championship
September 1 - 11, 2016 (begins Aug. 29)
Watch the world’s best players compete under the open sky at the at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows.
September 10, 2016 (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
Bring a kite, or buy one at the Kite Festival at Brooklyn Bridge Park and watch it soar.
NYC Honey Week
September 12 - 18, 2016
Check link for various NYC locations
Celebrate the honeybee with dinners, cocktails, tours, tastings, and workshops during NYC Honey Week.
Feast of San Gennaro
September 15 - 25, 2016
This is the feast's 90th year! Popular for its religious procession Sept. 19, colorful parades, live music, ethnic foods, and a famous cannoli-eating contest, it is happening in Little Italy at Mulberry & Grand streets. Free.
34th Annual Queens County Fair
September 24 - 25, 2016
The fair has pie-eating and corn-husking contests, circus shows, pig racing, hayrides, carnival rides, a midway, a beer garden, craft and food vendors, and bands at Queens County Farm Museum.
Sounds like some fun things to look forward to!!
Here's to a happy Hump Day!!
Tanya's Daily Scoop