After a 20 year hiatus, A Kitchen 4 Liam is bringing back the delicious Lobster Roll Dinner, which will be hosted following the Amagansett Presbyterian Church's 104th Annual Summer Fair.
"The lobster salad dinner was a huge part of the fair when I was growing up and we felt it had to be brought back," explained Courtney (Hallock) Silhan. "It's upgraded now - with the local farmers and food artisans helping us out with the food it's sure to be a great event!"
The back-to-back Hamptons happenings will be held on Saturday, August 5 at the Amagansett Presbyterian Church. First, the property will be taken over with games, prizes, face painting, and plenty of food.
"The fair has been a family tradition for years," noted Ken Hallock. "My mom did the fair games when I was young, my wife and I took over and now the kids and grandkids are a part."
In addition to the exciting activities for all ages, the Fair will also feature a plant sale, a crafts and jewelry sale, as well as the highly anticipated "Super Raffle" featuring highly coveted prizes like dinner at Almond
, East Hampton Grill, Harbor Bistro, The 1770 House
, and Nick & Toni's
, a stay at the Mill House Inn
, a sunset cruise on Mary Lloyd Charters, artist prints from Chris Foster
and John Alexander
, kids bikes, a paddle board, kayak, gift certificates to Golden Eagle and One Stop Market, a CSA membership from Amber Waves Farm
, and much more.
This marks the Amagansett Presbyterian Church's 104th Annual Summer Fair. (Courtesy Photo)
"It's evolved over the years, we now have tents instead of branch awnings, but the vibe is the same - kids and adults alike all enjoy a day at the fair," explained Hallock.
After attendees work up an appetite from the Fair fun, they can relax and mingle with community members as they nosh on a tasty lobster roll dinner that will include a Lobster Roll, Balsam Farms
Roasted Corn, Amber Waves, Coleslaw, North Fork Potato Chips and a treat from South Fork Bakery.
Admission to the Fair is free and entrance to the Lobster Dinner is $30. Proceeds from the Fair support the Amagansett Presbyterian Church, while proceeds from the dinner benefit the Church's Scoville Hall Community Center, which "houses many local non-profits and gives local artisans and farmers a space to produce their goods as well as a space for local groups to meet."
The Fair will take place on Saturday, August 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (rain date: Sunday, August 6 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m) and The Lobster Roll
Dinner will be held from 5 to 7 p.m.
Amagansett Presbyterian Church is located at 350 Main Street in Amagansett. For more information, visit www.amagansettpresbyterian.org.