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St. John of Lattingtown 62nd Annual Fall Fair

St John’s of Lattingtown Episcopal Church's 62nd Annual Fall Fair will be on Saturday, September 6, rain or shine, from 10am-4pm with a special preview at 9am for those who wish to have a first ...

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Locust Valley, NY - August 8, 2014 - St John’s of Lattingtown Episcopal Church's 62nd Annual Fall Fair will be on Saturday, September 6, rain or shine, from 10am-4pm with a  special preview at 9am for those who wish to have a first opportunely to purchase at the many booths. The co-chairs Victoria Crosby and Carlyle Dunaway announced that the theme this year will be Western. The young and young at heart are encouraged to express their inner cowboy or cowgirl.

There will be Western themed entertainment and a petting zoo, as well as the annual exciting events such as the drum circle, the Gordon Highlanders Bagpipe parade, and lots of good old fashioned family fun.

Booths,  which  are organized by volunteer parishioners, include, books, sporting goods, antiques and collectibles, jewelry, furniture, childrens' clothes and toys, Christmas items, plants, a silent auction, face painting, bouncy rides and games for the children. Hamburgers and hot dogs are served from noon until 4pm.

A percentage of the proceeds support many local charities, and over the past 60 plus years St John's has donated more than a million dollars to charities both local and world wide.
 
Admission is $5 per person, free to children under 12 and the special 9am preview is $20 per person.