At A Glance

This fall, spirited seasonal events await in the Hamptons and beyond.
Support the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, October 19-29. Photo: Harshil Gudka

By Jenna Lebovits


Field + Supply Fall MRKT

At this artistic and cultural affair, guests can enjoy handcrafted goods from more than 200 vendors, local eats, live music and more. Tickets from $20. Hutton Brickyards Retreat & Spa, 200 North St., Kingston, New York;


Stroll to the Sea Dog Walk

ARF Hamptons hosts its 30th annual community celebration, which unites animal lovers in support of the ARF Adoption Center, and features contests, giveaways and auctions at historic Mulford Farm. Adult registration from $55. Mulford Farm, 10 James Lane, East Hampton;


Lewis Black: Off the Rails

The Grammy Award-winning “King of Rant,” Lewis Black showcases his trademark comedic style at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, shining a light on life’s absurdities. Tickets from $176. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main St., Westhampton Beach;


Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

The 13th annual festival features a 10-day lineup of films and events to educate and inspire individuals on the topics of preservation and biodiversity. $15 advance/$20 at the door. Cinema Village Theater, 22 E. 12th Street and University Place, New York City;


New York City’s Village Halloween Parade

The NYC-based not-for-profit Village Halloween Parade Inc. hosts its 50th annual celebration. This year’s theme is Upside/Down: Inside/OUT!—an homage to the positive and negative changes that have ensued across the nation in the past few years. Attendance is free. Viewing on both sides of Sixth Avenue between King and West 15th streets in Manhattan;


NYC Marathon

Each fall, the Big Apple is the home of the largest marathon in the world—a five-borough race with more than 50,000 participants. Although it’s too late to register to run in this year’s race, it’s free to stand on the sidelines. Starting line is at Fort Wadsworth, near the Verrazzano–Narrows Bridge, on Staten Island;


Happy Houseplants

Learn how to keep your plants looking their best year-round with tips for maintenance, care and disease diagnosis. Class is online via Zoom; free to register, call 631.324.0222 ext. 3. East Hampton Library, 159 Main St., East Hampton;