Villages

For adults who like to get dressed up, there will be plenty of chances over the next few days, with prizes for those who do it best. Carissa Katz





New members step up to revive flailing society
Heather Anderson, outgoing president of the Springs Historical Society and de facto director, chief cook, and bottle-washer of the Springs Library, was all smiles on Sunday as would-be members of the society lined up to join. Irene Silverman

Days on the beach with family and friends have been an essential part of life for summer residents in the Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Ninevah subdivisions for more than 60 years. Donnamarie Barnes Collection
Eunice Vaughn spoke Friday about the powerful sense of community among the residents and summer visitors in Sag Harbor's traditionally black neighborhoods now collectively known as SANS, for Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, and Ninevah.Durell Godfrey



The second annual East Hampton Village fall festival, set to take place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Herrick Park, hopes to match or surpass last year’s successful day with more food options, new activities, and ample opportunity for community engagement.
Posing with the castle-themed tree house they constructed for East Hampton Village’s fall festival were, from left, Toby Haynes, Jeanie Stiles, and David Stiles. Jamie Bufalino