Fall gets underway with busy weekend in WestchesterPosted: Updated:
A number of events are taking place all across Westchester on Saturday, the first full day of fall.
The popular McLean Avenue Fall Festival is being held in its seventh year. The festival features games, live music and food trucks.
The event stretches from Woodlawn Avenue to McCollum Drive and is expected to draw thousands.
In White Plains, the 38th annual Wheelchair Games is taking place at the Burke Rehabilitation Hospital until 5 p.m.
Dog owners can bring their pooches to the Port Chester dog park. Abendroth Park on Touraine Avenue will be open and feature live music, raffles and giveaways until 3 p.m.
Hillary Clinton will also be signing copies of her new book "What Happened" at a sold-out event at the Chappaqua Library from 3 to 5 p.m.
Finally, the annual Tuckahoe Music Festival is being held Saturday. The Village People and the Sugarhill Gang will be performing along with other acts. The concert will start at 8 p.m. at Depot Square and is free of charge.