This indoor market features over 30 vendors selling an assortment of foodstuffs, soaps, beverages and more. From 9 a.m. to noon, Saturdays from November to late May at 160 First Street, Batavia. Organized by Batavia MainStreet.
Hayrides, holiday crafts, a sing-along, tree-lighting, Santa visit, and more at this holiday celebration typically held at the Batavia Riverwalk the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Free. Organized by the Batavia Park District.
The Batavia Park District hosts several egg-themed events in the days leading up to the Easter holiday. Past events have included an Egg Dash, a Tween Flashlight Egg Hung, a Doggie Easter Egg Hunt, and a traditional Easter Egg Hunt. Batavia MainStreet hosts a Downtown Egg Hop as well.
Saturday mornings, from the end of May to the end of October, the Farmers Market fills River Street in downtown Batavia with over 50 vendors selling farm produce, as well as other food items and hand-crafted goods. There’s also live music, artisan markets, and a kids tent. Organized by Batavia MainStreet.
Live music takes the stage at the Peg Bond Center along Batavia’s Riverwalk Wednesday evenings in June-August. Lively, eclectic music acts showcasing a diverse range of songs. Food and wine are available for purchase. Concerts are free. Organized by the Batavia Park District.
This firework show and the accompanying concert is held each year on the Fourth of July at Engstrom Family Park in Batavia. The event includes food vendors and music by the Batavia Community Band. The fireworks show is organized by volunteers and funded through donations and fundraisers throughout the year, including the City-wide Garage Sale in May.
This city-wide, multi-day celebration is “Big on Family Fun and Traditions.” Featuring live music, a pet competition, food, carnival rides and family activities, Windmill City Festival typically takes place the second weekend in July. Most of the action takes place at the Peg Bond Center and the Batavia Riverwalk downtown. Organized by the Batavia Park District.
Downtown Batavia Block Party & Taste of Batavia
This Labor Day weekend free event on River Street in downtown Batavia includes live music, a car show, a pie bake-off, activities for the kids, and food vendors. Organized by Batavia MainStreet.
This frightfully good time is Batavia’s annual Halloween-themed family event that includes downtown trick-or-treating, a parade, pumpkin bowl, contests, BatArt, stories and games. Typically held the Saturday before Halloween. Free. Sponsored by Batavia MainStreet.