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Waterside Festival in Bayville

Owner of Uncle Carmine's Traveling Petting Farm Carmine

Owner of Uncle Carmine's Traveling Petting Farm Carmine Trovato, 47, of Huntington, and his two children Carmine Jr., 13, and Sabrina, 14, ran the petting zoo at the Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012) Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

Hundreds enjoy the Waterside Festival in Bayville on Saturday. The event continues Sunday.

Colin White, 13, of Bayville, plays guitar for
Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

Colin White, 13, of Bayville, plays guitar for Doink, a rock band made up of 13-year-olds, at the Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012)

Michelle Clune, 41, of Blue Point, looks through
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Michelle Clune, 41, of Blue Point, looks through the array of African drums that Sekou Berete of Queens had for sale at the Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012)

The Waterside Festival is held annually at Ransom
Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

The Waterside Festival is held annually at Ransom Beach in Bayville and is run by the Bayville Chamber of Commerce. (Sept. 15, 2012)

Doink bass player Cody Brady, 13, of Sea
Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

Doink bass player Cody Brady, 13, of Sea Cliff, entertains the crowd at the Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012)

Jace Vasquez, 2, of Setauket, feds a miniature
Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

Jace Vasquez, 2, of Setauket, feds a miniature horse at the petting zoo set up during the Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012)

Owner of Uncle Carmine's Traveling Petting Farm Carmine
Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

Owner of Uncle Carmine's Traveling Petting Farm Carmine Trovato, 47, of Huntington, and his two children Carmine Jr., 13, and Sabrina, 14, ran the petting zoo at the Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012)

Nieves Ruiz, 40, of Queens, sold handmade American
Photo Credit: Jessica Stallone

Nieves Ruiz, 40, of Queens, sold handmade American Indian arts and crafts at the annual Waterside Festival in Bayville. (Sept. 15, 2012)

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