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St. Luke’s Family Fair To Offer Fourth Of July Weekend Fun

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The St. Luke's Family Fair is East Hampton's oldest annual Fair. (Courtesy Photo)

The St. Luke's Family Fair is returning to the the Hamptons on Saturday, July 6.

"The St. Luke's Family Fair is the oldest continually held fair in East Hampton. This year, the fair will have games galore for kids, all sorts of fun fair foods, a vintage clothing booth, and live music," stated Jeffrey Sussman.

An exciting new section of the fair will include a hands-on scientific educational adventure.

"Mad Science" will be an experience promised to not only be fun but fascinate kids through exciting demonstrations, and interactive opportunities. This new and exciting addition will give kids the opportunity to learn about the chemical changes of different materials as well as aerodynamics.

The Fair's traditional silent auction will offer bidders exciting opportunities, and all proceeds will help St. Luke's Episcopal Church champion local East End charities such as The Retreat, The Animal Rescue Fund, East End Hospice, East Hampton Day Care, East Hampton Food Pantry, and many others.

Items offered in the silent auction are extremely lavish and covetable. For example, one could win VIP passes to the Hampton Classic Horse Show, a one week vacation at a four-star Caribbean resort, a night in a castle and much more. You definitely don't want to miss this silent auction.

Additionally, the Fair will feature a five-piece band for attendees musical enjoyment, as well as hamburgers, hot dogs, tacos, and clams, which will be available for purchase.

So, make sure you don't miss out on the East Hampton 4th of July weekend tradition by attending the St. Luke's Family Fair.

The St. Luke's Family Fair is located at St. Luke's Episcopal Church at 18 James Lane.

For more information please visit www.stlukeseasthampton.org.

Added: June 28, 2019, 12:25 pm
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