Polish Fair t-shirts are a popular souvenir at the annual Riverhead Polish Town Fair. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder photos)
The 42nd annual Riverhead Polish Town Fair went off without a hitch Sunday after suffering through torrential downpours on Saturday.
Crowds of people made their way through the streets of Polish Town, enjoying traditional foods, crafts and music during the two-day festival.
See our photos of the event below.
Volunteer Greg Doelger of Springs serves beer.
Polish Town Civic Association chairman Bill Fink.
Polish prince and princess Brendan and Sophia Boyle of Southold.
Taking a kielbasa break are Lianna Chapman, 4, and Cadence Chapman, 7, both of Calverton.
Decorated bottles at one of the dozens of vendor stalls.
Colorful shirts hang on a fence, still a little damp from the downpour on the first day of the fair.
One of the most popular booths at the fair.
Brittany and Stacey Blake of Commack hard at work at the kielbasa booth.
Members of the Malinowski family of Holbrook have been attending the fair for over 40 years.
Charlotte Doucette, 3, of Baiting Hollow.
Kyle Krasowski, 1, of Lake Ronkonkoma, was one of the happiest people at the fair.
The star of the fair.
Olivia Czoch, 8, and sister Victoria, 10, of Dix Hills raise money for St. M. M. Kolbe Polish Supplementary School.
Kody Gerard, 6, and Jaiden Benkov, 13, both of Riverhead.
Jakub Walilko, 1, of Jamesport enjoys a carnival ride.
World’s greatest grandma and grandpa John and Diane Malesko with grandsons Christian and Noah Gladd.