On Saturday, five Southampton residents opened their houses to the public for the sixth annual Southampton Historical Museum tour of homes. They included a Tuscan Villa, a property with a windmill, a charming village cottage, an old village farm house, and a house on Lake Agawam. St. Andrew's Dune Church was also open for the tour as was A Butler's Manor.
Ever wondered what kind of toys your grandmother might have asked for at Christmas or Hanukkah when she was a girl, or what your great-great grandfather played with as a boy? Some of the toys popular in days gone by can be seen in a free exhibit, "A Calvalcade of Antique Dolls and Toys," at the East Hampton Historical Society's Clinton Academy in East Hampton on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 through the end of December. The photos here show just a few of the toys in the exhibition, which includes items on loan from many local families.