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East Hampton Library Children's Fair Is Sunday

Thu, 08/10/2023 - 13:15
At a past year's children's fair, there was plenty of fun to be had.

Saturday is the East Hampton Library’s Author’s Night, but on Sunday, the kids get their turn with the library's annual Children’s Fair at Herrick Park.

From 2 to 5:30 p.m., there will be carnival rides and games, food, a book fair and author signings, a raffle, arts and crafts, and performances. Local high school student volunteers will be running the games, crafts, and food tables.

Some of the children's authors appearing include Kimmie Antoinette ("Seasons of New York City"), Linda Calabro and Sarada Marie ("Good Morning Clouds"), Nonnie Gerber ("My Mommy, the Octopus"), Katherine Holabird ("Angelina Ballerina"), Nina Ross ("Montauk Has a Very Hungry Shark!"), and P.J. Tierney ("Hamish the Hedgehog, the Kitchen Critter").

A complete list of authors can be found online at bit.ly/449Y6AN.

Author's Night is a fund-raiser for the East Hampton Library, which is also seeking donations to help keep the children's event free for the community. The donation page can be found at bit.ly/3DRlsR3.

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