Noel Hear and Anouk Bernard, girl scouts, who wore patriotic scarves, led part of a ceremony at the flagpole at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center on Tuesday.
Veterans lined up at the war monument by the Hook Mill in East Hampton Village after a short march on Veterans Day.Morgan McGivern
Members of the community turned out to give the veterans a round of applause as they walked in the parade.Morgan McGivern
Boy scouts saluted the veterans during the ceremony in Montauk.Janis Hewitt
John Behan, a former New York State Assemblyman and Vietnam war veteran, spoke at the ceremony. He lost both legs in a land-mine explosion in 1966.Janis Hewitt
The crowd that gathered at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center on Veterans DayJanis Hewitt
Tony Corvi, a veteran, and Lisa DeVeglio, the president of the Montauk Playhouse Community Center FoundationJanis Hewitt
The East Hampton Town Police Department helped salute the veterans. From left, Joe Izzo, Lt. Chris Hatch, Officer Chelsea Tierney, and Officer Barry Johnson.Janis Hewitt
This Doberman was a nice patriotic addition at the East Hampton parade. Morgan McGivern
Connie Anderson was among the attendees at the East Hampton parade, and showed off her American flag bag.Morgan McGivern
The line for the estate sale at Peter Matthiessen's house was long.
Eva Faye showed off the art she bought at the estate sale to a friend still waiting in line. Durell Godfrey
This artifact, reportedly part of a right whale's skull, was not up for grabs at the estate sale. Durell Godfrey
A woman peered into the house while she waited to get in.Durell Godfrey
Mallory Samson of Shelter Island bought a painting and an antler display. Durell Godfrey
On the second day, the bookshelves were nearly bare, but that didn't stop this young man from finding a good read.Durell Godfrey
The East Hampton boys soccer team celebrates their Long Island championship win on Sunday afternoon.
Nick West, wearing #8, scores both goals in the Long Island championship game.Craig Macnaughton
Esteban Valverde goes for the ball.Craig Macnaughton
The boys start to celebrate.Craig Macnaughton
This is the first time the East Hampton's boys soccer team has won the Long Island championship.Craig Macnaughton
State Senator Lee Zeldin won a decisive victory .
The soccer team, which shut out Amityville 3-0, starts to celebrate.
The boys volleyball team won three straight, 25-15, 25-23, 25-23.Craig Macnaughton
The soccer team celebrates a big win. John Musnicki
Max Learner's header to break the ice and go 1 up in the first half.John Musnicki
A little Hello Kitty
A Queen of Hearts and a bunch of grapes traveled on the Pumpkin Trail together.
Nada Barry, center, an owner of the Wharf Shop on Main Street in Sag Harbor, and friends.
A sumo wrestler takes a stroll down Main Street.
Cousin Itt made an appearance.
Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat, plus Thing 1 and Thing 2, not to mention a cow and and more.
A lioness with her kitten, Mio Halsey holds two-month-old Kaia.
Two-year-old Harry Flight, a rookie cop for the NYPD, takes a lion, who happens to be his father, into custody.T.E. McMorrow
An angel, London Rosiere, founder of SoulGrow Day Camp, handed out treats to every devil she met.T.E. McMorrow
A cute monster, Phoebe Abrams, 2, let her hair down during the parade.T.E. McMorrow
From left, Terence Lightcap, Brian Lester as Mickey Mouse, Maureen Rutkowsky, Phil Berg, Sarah Conway, Phil "Er up," Sharon Prince, and Joy and George HearT.E. McMorrow
Rose Tacuri, 8, with her mother Marcea, and her brother, Christopher, 2, who was a bit skeptical of the proceedings.T.E. McMorrow
Junior Gunaga, 19 months, didn't wait to get home to enjoy the booty of his Halloween prowl.T.E. McMorrow
Suniah Cooks, and 8 year old Lady Bug, Nueva Hyatt, a Buccaneer Beauty, Jaden Reid, a 16-month old Superman, and Sherlene Reid, along for the fun.T.E. McMorrow
Tom Kaczmarek, dressed as a seventeenth-century Japanese business man, watched the parade of goblins go by.T.E. McMorrow
Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc dressed up as deer, complete with antlers and a necklace of ticks.
The East Hampton Town Board got in on the fun. Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc dressed up as a deer, and Councilwoman Sylvia Overby came as a devil.
East Hampton High School students were ushered to the bleachers by the football field during an evacuation of the building after a scrawled threat was discovered yesterday morning.