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More than 400 vintage cars lined Main Street (Credit: Amy Onorato)

More than 400 vintage cars lined Main Street in Sayville as part of the final day of Summerfest, a three-day celebration highlighting local businesses. The cars were provided by members of the Still Cruisin' Car Club. (Aug. 4, 2013)

Sayville hosts 33rd annual Summerfest

This year's Sayville Summerfest, a three-day festival designed to promote local business, took on an Americana theme and included a special ceremony honoring veterans and fallen soldiers.

St. James teen rock band Fully Charged performs
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

St. James teen rock band Fully Charged performs covers of classic and contemporary hits at one of the six stages set up at Sayville's Summerfest, a three-day celebration held on Main Street in Sayville. (Aug. 4, 2013)

Local businesses in Sayville opened their doors to
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

Local businesses in Sayville opened their doors to thousands of visitors during Summerfest, a three-day community celebration along Main Street in Sayville. (Aug. 4, 2013)

More than 400 vintage cars lined Main Street
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

More than 400 vintage cars lined Main Street in Sayville as part of the final day of Summerfest, a three-day celebration highlighting local businesses. The cars were provided by members of the Still Cruisin' Car Club. (Aug. 4, 2013)

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Izabella Ross, 6, and her father, Andrew Ross,
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

Izabella Ross, 6, and her father, Andrew Ross, 43, of Boston, make their own sand art creations at the craft fair during Sayville's Summerfest, a three-day celebration held along Main Street in Sayville. (Aug. 04, 2013)

Frank and Jill Morro, both 72 and of
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

Frank and Jill Morro, both 72 and of Northport, sell their homemade craft dolls and puppets at Summerfest, a three-day celebration held along Main Street in Sayville. (Aug. 4, 2013)

A full carnival, complete with rides, food vendors
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

A full carnival, complete with rides, food vendors and games, was one of the main attractions at Summerfest, a three-day celebration along Main Street in Sayville. (Aug. 4, 2013)

The D-Fenders, a Long Island rockabilly surf band,
(Credit: Amy Onorato)

The D-Fenders, a Long Island rockabilly surf band, was one of the 33 different groups to perform at one of six different stages set up at Summerfest, a three-day celebration held along Main Street in Sayville. (Aug. 4, 2013)

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