There is always something going on in Western New York, and for the first weekend of October there are a ton of events happening in the area!

Everyone is going to be out and about this weekend, admiring the leaves as they start to change color. Ellicottville’s Fall Fest is next weekend, so while you wait for that event to make its return, you may be looking for different fall activities you can do around Western New York.

So if you have no idea where to go this weekend, we’re here to help! 

Every Friday, Kadie's Kalendar takes a closer look at the best events going on around Western New York for that weekend, and this week’s edition includes some of the best fall festivals that you may have forgotten about over the last year. 

Take a look at all of the events happening this weekend, and let us know which one is your favorite from Kadie's Kalendar?

Kadie's Kalendar - 09/30-10/02

There's always something to do in Western New York, and here are 10 of the best events planned for this weekend!

There is so much to choose from on the list, I completely get it. However, if I had to choose one, the event that I am most intrigued by the Dining by Dusk: Oktoberfest! at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens..

The Love & Hiking Date sounds fun, too! It’s self-guided so you can take your time admiring some of the early signs of fall foliage around Stiglmeier Park. 

It's going to be a fun and exciting weekend in Western New York, but is it really that surprising? There is always something to do in Buffalo, and the F.O.M.O. is real, so choose wisely. :)

Kadie's Kalendar is posted every Friday on our website, displaying the top 10 events in Western New York for the upcoming weekend. Make sure you check back every Friday morning for the best weekend events in the 716.

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