The summer is winding down, but events in northeast Queens will remain in full swing through the fall.
On Sept. 9, the Queens County Farm Museum will host the 32nd annual and, on Sept. 22 to 23, the farm will provide space for the 30th annual .
will hold its annual festival along 211th Street and 45th Avenue on Sept. 9.
The will host a "step back in time" walk-in weekend at 's Castle on Sept. 16. The workshop will include crafts and other activities for children.
On Sept. 29, will host the annual National Estuaries Day at Little Neck Bay, where visitors will be able to take part in boat rides, games, crafts and demonstrations as well as learn about the environment.
The annual Douglaston Arts Festival will be held in late September at a yet-to-be-disclosed date.
The will celebrate the 15th anniversary of the creation of the Douglaston Historical District on Oct. 13 and 14. The event will include a house tour, walking tour and reception.
And the will host a Halloween festival on Bell Boulevard in late October.
Now, Patch wants to know: To which of these events are you most looking forward? Cast your vote in our poll below and post your comments in the section provided. Please let us know if we have missed any major events.