Browse arts and crafts, enjoy live music and take a yoga workshop on Saturday among the outdoor sculptures at Wildcliff Manor in New Rochelle, overlooking Long Island Sound.
The organizer, Incoming Tide Entertainment promises “new exhibitors in ornaments, candles, jewelry, ceramics, weaving, pottery, wood work, painting, metal work and wearable art,” at the festival, which runs from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The festival takes place in the sculpture garden the Incoming Tide owner Eric Woodlin set up earlier this year on the 1.2-acre grounds of Wildcliff Manor, a historic stone cottage owned by the city.
The rain date is Sunday.
Wildcliff Manor sits off Hudson Park Road, near New Rochelle’s Municipal Marina and next to Hudson Park.