The family fair at

st. luke's

Saint Luke’s is located at 18 James Lane, East Hampton near Town Pond.


(Please scroll-down to see all the fun activities.)

august 21,  saturday - 10am to 2pm

Keith’s circus acts/Alexo’s magic shows/The Art Nanny’s workshops

Mad Science and LI Science Center hands-on activities.

Spin, Pop, Boom science show

South Fork Natural History Museum and 

Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center animal shows.

Double-lane water slide/giant obstacle course/bounce castle with slide

John’s ice cream truck/Harbor Bistro food truck/Take-a-Chance Raffles

(Please CLICK HERE to download a schedule.)

There is no admission charge for the rides and live entertainment taking place throughout the day. Donations are welcome. 

The ice cream and food trucks are cash only.

keith's circus

Learn circus acts and tricks that are both challenging and fun. Audience members will try juggling or spinning a plate that requires the skills of concentration, patience, close observation, and motor coordination.

Comedy Juggling 10:30-11:00 and 12:30-1:00

Circus Tricks 11:30-12:00 and 1:30-2:00 

the magic of alexo


Alexo's magic show features audience participation that will leave everyone laughing and mystified as they watch sleight-of-hand tricks, bizarre stunts, and his trade-mark animal illusions.

Comedy Magic 1030-11:00 and 12:30-1:00

Wild Magic 11:30-12:00 and 1:30-2:00

the art nanny

Create your own original, framed watercolor work-of-art. You can be a skilled artist or a 20-month-old who scribbles. 


Ages 7-14: 10:30-11:15 and 1:15-2:00

Ages 2-6 (must be accompanied by an adult): 11:45-12:30 

long island science center

Making Phlubber 10:30-11:15 and 1:15-2:00. Explore the magic of science as you make a gooey and slimy substance that changes color. 

Forces and Friction: 11:45-12:30 Gain an understanding of the concepts of force, motion, and friction through a series of hands-on activities. 

noah's ark

South fork natural history museum

evelyn alexander wildlife rescue center

South Fork Natural History Museum 10:30-11:00 and 11:15-11:45

Meet some of our local wildlife such as the box turtle, diamondback terrapin, corn snake, spotted salamander, and gray tree frog. Learn what they need to do to find food, avoid being eaten, and survive in the wild.


Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center 12:00-12:30; 12:45-1:15; 1:30-2:00

Spend time with Meep, a great horned owl, and her feathered friends as you learn about Eastern Long Island's only wildlife hospital. 

mad science

workshops and shows

Che-Mystery Workshop: 10:30-11:15 and 1:15-2:00

Explore the world of chemistry by getting your hands dirty with unusual liquids. Take home the Mad Science Dynamic Dish.

Magnetic Magic Workshop: 11:45-12:30 Investigate the power of magnets and learn how to magnetize ordinary metals. Test a powerful electromagnet and bring home the Mad Science Magnet Lab.


Spin, Pop, Boom Show: 10:30-11:15; 11:45-12:30; 1:15-2:00

Be amazed as the Mad Scientist defies gravity, creates exotic sounds with didgeridoo tubes, and causes a gigantic explosion of foam.