With just five weeks until Labor Day Weekend, summer is in full swing and it wouldn't be summer in East Hampton without a handful of fairs. Which one is your favorite?
There is a long-standing tradition of outdoor bazaars here. The East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society's 116th annual fair, complete with carousel, a vintage clothing booth, and pony rides is set for Saturday.
But, the oldest fair is the one held at St. Luke's for more than 125 years. Scheduled for Aug. 4, it offers pony rides, face painting, a bouncing castle, and more. It also shares a date with the Amagansett Presbyterian Church's fair — in its 99th year.
The Fishermen's Fair, on the grounds of Ashawagh Hall and Parson's Blacksmith Shop in Springs, is another popular community affair, which this year will be held on Aug. 11.
Just one day later, on Aug. 12, the East Hampton Library will hold its annual Children's Fair, with a pirate-theme this time around.
So, tell us, which is your favorite fair of them all? If we left some off, tell us that too.