East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell tried a Montauk Pearl Oyster from Gail Simons at the Fisherman's Fair Saturday.
That kid has a good arm.
Many took a peak inside the old blacksmith's shop.
A future fireman in the making?
Every kid found a game.
Young artists made fish prints.
One young man tried his luck.
The clam catch game had at least one winner.
The fair grounds
There were lots of artists at the Springs Fisherman's Fair too.
Late last week, levels of blue-green algae in Georgica Pond exceeded 100 micrograms per liter, according to Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University, who has led a water-monitoring program of trustee-managed waters in conjunction with the trustees for the last three years.
Ditch Plain on Sunday morning
All photographs by David E. Rattray
Along downtown Montauk, several empty boxes of golf balls (hit into the ocean?) and Bud Lite cans everywhere
Main Beach, East Hampton Village
Georgica Beach, East Hampton Village
Georgica again. Looks like it was a heck of a party.
And one last at Georgica for good measure
Eric Bramoff is going from a Bridgehampton Killer Bee to a Pierson Whaler. He's leaving his post in Bridgehampton for a similar position in the Sag Harbor School District.
A foundation has been dug for an 1802 Amagansett schoolhouse that will be moved to the grounds of the Amagansett School soon.
The original Amagansett schoolhouse, which has been on the property of Huntington and Adelaide Sheldon of Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett for many years, will soon be moved to the grounds of the Amagansett School District. Christopher Walsh
Hard numbers are difficult to come by, but one source is the New York State Department of Transportation, which has detailed traffic counts for Route 27, the main road into and out of the area, going back several years.
Mark Vitulano, who helped organize a yard sale of clothes, shoes, accessories and more from Betsey Johnson’s collection, stood amid the bounty on Saturday with Emma Gage and Melissa Pashay.
Durell Godfrey photos
Barbara Thomas of East Hampton is one of several local gardeners and growers who contribute food to the East Hampton Food Pantry, to help feed families in need.