Santa Claus brought up the rear of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce's Santa Parade on Saturday.
Girl Scout Troop 419 waiting for marching ordersMorgan McGivern
The pre-parade lineup at the East Hampton Presbyterian ChurchMorgan McGivern
Marchers used their costumes to their advantage in a light drizzle Saturday morning.Morgan McGivern
Spectators along Newtown Lane
Camila Tacuri with Mrs. Claus at the L.V.I.S. headquarters Saturday afternoonDurell Godfrey
Caroling on the steps of c/o the Maidstone during tree-lighting festivities Sunday evening.
Inside c/o the Maidstone, children decorated gingerbread men.Morgan McGivern
Hand-stitched puppets, circa 1900, probably Italian, were found at a tag sale in East Hampton.
Alphabet blocks from about 1880Durell Godfrey
Hand-carved and painted East Hampton landmark Christmas ornaments made by T. & P. Johnson, purchased locally in the 1970s or '80s.Durell Godfrey
Hand-painted articulated wooden Alice in Wonderland figures from England, circa 1940.Durell Godfrey
Blue and white Staffordshire doll plates and serving pieces from Gardiner's Island are English, circa 1810.Durell Godfrey
An American pedal car from the 1940sDurell Godfrey
Hand-painted cast lead toy soldiers from England, circa 1950, belonged to the father of one of the historical society's trustees.Durell Godfrey
Part of a large collection of hand-stitched mottos, circa 1930 to 1950Durell Godfrey
Last year's Santa Parade in East Hampton Village. This year's is on Saturday.
Tony Garro is justifiably proud of the brand-new, colorful, and color-coded hamlet-to-hamlet footpath kiosks, like this one at Trout Pond in Noyac.
It was 20 years ago today that the Rev. Dr. Katrina Foster was ordained by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
A blood drive in May at the American Legion Hall in Amagansett.
Angelo and Laura Oliverio helped to cook the Thanksgiving Day meal at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church.
An example of a turkey dinner prepared for Meals on Wheels clients.Morgan McGivern
Residents also gathered for a dinner at the East Hampton church.Morgan McGivern
Two days before Thanksgiving, the Dreesen's Catering kitchen was abuzz with preparations. From left, Gretchen Howe, the executive director of Meals on Wheels, Erica Tyman, Amy Judeh, and Diana Geppert all pitched in. Morgan McGivern
John Landes, one of the East Hampton Meals on Wheels volunteers, helped deliver meals to some of the homebound clients in need.Yvette Milavek
Kevin Kennedy, also a volunteer, got ready to set out on his deliveries.Yvette Milavek