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Joseph Scheuer, 1, of Massapequa sits in his grandpa's 1941 Ford convertible. (Katharine Schroeder file photo)
Joseph Scheuer, 1, of Massapequa sits in his grandpa’s 1941 Ford convertible during Cutchogue-New Suffolk’s Antiques & Fashion Show last October. (Katharine Schroeder file photo)

The Cutchogue Village Green will be transformed from a park to an outdoor museum exhibit and market featuring a bevy of unique antiques this Saturday. 

Saturday, July 5 is the 50th annual Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Society Antiques Show & Sale.

Eventgoers can expect to find boatloads of treasures from the past, which are all available for purchase.

There are also a few additions making the celebration extra special this year. The society is rolling out  “Specialty foods of the North Fork,” featuring a variety of North Fork-made treats, including a snack bar and homemade baked goods table. There will also be pony rides for the kiddies.

The event starts at 9 a.m. and runs through 4:30 p.m., rain or shine. Admission is $5 for adults and children under 12 are free.

No pets are permitted on the green during the event.

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