Thomas Muse, Mr. Amagansett 2016, joined in on the fun in the Am O'Gansett Parade.
Gordon Ryan, better known as Mr. Amagansett 2015, isn't giving up his crown easily.Morgan McGivern
Kenny Wessberg, a former Mr. Amagansett, rode his bicycle unlike many can.Morgan McGivern
East Hampton Brownie Scout Troop 581 was one of the many Daisy, Brownie, and Girl Scout troops marching in the parade.Carissa Katz
As the fire trucks blasted their sirens, Saoirse Quinn's dad, Dermot, helped cover her ears. Carissa Katz
John Ryan Jr. marched with the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue squad.Carissa Katz
Sag Harbor Village has some big hurdles to overcome before its plans for the John Steinbeck Waterfront Park can come to fruition.
Edmund D. Hollander Landscape Architect Design
The 2014 Am O'Gansett parade
This harp seal, found on a Montauk beach Saturday, died in transit to the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Preservation and Research. The yearling was sick, but biologists said being touched and picked up by the public added to its stress.
Tom Muse of Montauk, an environmental activist, was crowned Mr. Amagansett 2016 on Saturday night.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Tom Muse performed a song about Yogi Bob, the missing dog. Levi Shaw-Faber
Hanniel Levenson did a dance onstage before performing a rap.Levi Shaw-Faber
Judging Mr. Amagansett were local media mavens. They included, from left, Kitty Merrill of The East Hampton Independent, Laura Weir, the editor of The East Hampton Press, The Star's digital media editor, Taylor K. Vecsey, and Kathryn G. Menu, the co-publisher and editor of The Sag Harbor Express.
Tom Muse was selected among the seven contestants as the winner.Levi Shaw-Faber
Nancy Atlas congratulated her husband, Tom Muse, the winner. Taylor K. Vecsey