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Tracey Reisert and her son Jack, 3, came (Credit: Lisa Finn)

Tracey Reisert and her son Jack, 3, came from South Hempstead to enjoy the barnyard fun and take a bite into one of summer's sweetest delights during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival. (July 23, 2011)

2011 Harbes Sweet Corn Festival

Families made the trek to Mattituck's Harbes Family Farm for the fifth annual Harbes Sweet Corn Festival.

Cameron Rossi, 3, of East Northport, tries out
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Cameron Rossi, 3, of East Northport, tries out a tractor during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Tracey Reisert and her son Jack, 3, came
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Tracey Reisert and her son Jack, 3, came from South Hempstead to enjoy the barnyard fun and take a bite into one of summer's sweetest delights during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival. (July 23, 2011)

Jamie Davis, or
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Jamie Davis, or "Farmer Fred," teaches Grayson Marrinan, 2, of Manhasset, some chicken facts during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck Saturday. (July 23, 2011)

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Henry Dryer V and his parents, Henry Dryer
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Henry Dryer V and his parents, Henry Dryer IV and Samantha Dryer, sit in the shade and enjoy some Harbes homemade lemonade at the Sweet Corn Festival. (July 23, 2011)

Toni Sweda and Joe Canelos travel from Queens
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Toni Sweda and Joe Canelos travel from Queens a few times a year to enjoy North Fork events like the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Jamie Davis, aka
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Jamie Davis, aka "Farmer Fred," delighted in teaching kids about the wonders of farm life -- and the fun of pig races -- during the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Linda McGreevy, left, and Jessica Harbes serve up
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Linda McGreevy, left, and Jessica Harbes serve up ears of corn, dripping with butter, to long lines of hungry patrons at the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

Alicia Smith, who was celebrating her 5th birthday,
(Credit: Lisa Finn)

Alicia Smith, who was celebrating her 5th birthday, took to a slide with her brother William, 2, after traveling from Missouri to visit relatives and enjoy the fun of the Harbes Sweet Corn Festival in Mattituck. (July 23, 2011)

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