East Hampton Fall Festival Saturday

The Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter will have its rock wall in Herrick Park as part of the fun for kids during Saturday's festival. Durell Godfrey

East Hampton’s first fall festival is set for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Herrick Park.

Artists will showcase their work at approximately 35 booths, with around 25 others housing nonprofit organizations that will disseminate community-related information. Some entities, like the Hamptons International Film Festival, will offer old posters and treasures for sale, according to Steven Ringel, the executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce.

“It is shaping up to be wonderful,” he wrote in an email on Tuesday.

The day will feature children’s activities including a playground, a jumping castle, a climbing wall provided by the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter, pumpkin carving and decorating, art projects, live trapeze performances, an art and science gazebo presented by the Children’s Museum of the East End, and, at noon, a costume parade for parents and children, organized by the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center. Donations will be collected for hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

The festival will offer free yoga classes and food such as lobster rolls, salads, roll-up sandwiches, homemade pretzels, cookies, and other treats. A bluegrass band will perform along with artists including the Judge and Jury, Inda Eaton, and Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks.

Parking will be accommodated at the long-term lot off Railroad Avenue, the John M. Marshall Elementary School, and, if necessary, the RECenter. The Hamptons Free Ride will shuttle people to and from the festival, according to Mr. Ringel.

The festival comes five months after the village’s first-ever street fair, held on Newtown Lane on May 20