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PHOTOS: Springs Culture Celebrated at Fisherman's Fair

From clam shucking to the arts, the 79th annual fair had something for everyone.

Saturday's in Springs embodied everything Springs is known for from art to some darn good clam pies. The sun was shining and the entire community joined together for one of East Hampton's most popular events. There were community hikes, clam shucking, games for the kids, booths for artists, vendors and farmers on the grounds of and the .

Noel Friedley August 15, 2011 at 02:55 PM
Some of these tent folks should consider running for public office. When they show up for 25 years in the tents you realize they love this community as a family member should. It is called "Commitment" and the tent folks are commited, thanks.

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