At the vintage booth, Aysa Kenmore, left, posed with a dress she donated and the lady who bought the dress.
As the East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society celebrated 120 years of service to the community, its popular fair on Saturday went off without a hitch.
When the doors opened at 10 a.m., people rushed to their favorite booths, kids for the games, rides, and the carousel, adults for the flowers or vintage clothing, perhaps the food or the furniture.
There was magic in the sunken garden and homemade treats to snack on or take home, and to finish the day, as always, the East Hampton Lions Club served up chicken dinners while Mamalee Rose and Friends played music.
The carousel was the big draw for younger children. Durell Godfrey
Lily Wright sported star sunglasses as she shopped in the children’s toy section.Durell Godfey
Xavier and Suraiya Guzman took a break in the shade. Durell Godfrey
Children bounced the day away, left, and at right, Jade Owens, Jesse Owens, and Felicia Smith explored.Durell Godfrey
John Kavanaugh, who buys a fur coat at the fair every year, got another one, and posed with his daughter Grace. Durell Godfrey