Emergency medical technicians with the Montauk Fire Department loaded a woman into an ambulance after she was thrown from her moped in Montauk on Monday afternoon. T.E. McMorrow
T.E. McMorrow

At East Hampton Airport on Monday morning, Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell, front, and Councilwoman Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, at right, joined Jemille Charlton, the airport manager, and Peter Boody, an airport staffer, to see how things stacked up as the first full weekend of an overnight curfew came to an end. Joanne Pilgrim

The East Hampton Fire Department extinguished a fire under the hood of the minivan involved in a two-car accident on Cedar Street in East Hampton on Monday morning. Morgan McGivern
The pickup truck sustained side and front-end damage in an accident on Monday morning. Morgan McGivern

Traffic was backed up headed east after an accident in front of the Lobster Roll restaurant that left a bicyclist with serious injuries on Sunday. David E. Rattray
The Amagansett Fire Department ambulance transported the bicyclist to an airfield in Amagansett to meet a medevac helicopter. David E. Rattray

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The colonial marchers seemed to be having fun along the way. Jennifer Landes photos
Some participants had it better than others, as in the gold old days.
Jack Bartelme of the East Hampton Village Police Department helped keep order so Southampton Village police could celebrate.
The sound and smoke of canon fire brought some of the history of the day alive.
Some of the antique fire trucks that were part of the display
Southampton's Jason Poremba was honored as firefighter of the year.
Many children enjoyed the ride in their father's firetrucks.
The ever-popular bagpipes
Crowds were lining the streets, in lawn chairs and standing, to see the parade go by.

A sign at the rest area on Montauk Highway at the entrance to East Hampton reminds driver to pull over for for emergency personnel. Taylor K. Vecsey

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The Kalmar Nyckel, a reproduction completed in 1997 and fashioned after a ship built in 1625Carissa Katz
Details on the Kalmar Nyckel point to sailors' superstitions in the 17th century.Carissa Katz
Greenport's Front Street, above, and Main Street are closed to traffic while the tall ships are in port. Carissa Katz