As Southampton Village is a flurry of activity during SeptemberFest on Saturday, the Rogers Mansion grounds will come alive for theSouthampton Historical Museum's annual Harvest Day Fair.
The free event is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring activities and demonstrations for kids and adults.
At 3 p.m., an 1850s-era wedding ceremony and reception are planned.
The matrimony being recreated is between George White, a whaling ship captain, and Elizabeth Fordam. White married his sweetheart in Southampton after having success during the Gold Rush, according to the museum.
"The wedding begins with the bride getting dressed (for girls only), a promenade to the ceremony, a reception with dancing, music, and cake, and finally the throwing of the bouquet," the museum website states.
Throughout the day, there will be a petting zoo, candle dipping, corn husk doll making, crafts, music and basket weaving, and demonstrations by beekeepers, woodcarvers, quilters, rug hookers, a decoy carver, silhouette artists and more. Members of the Shinnecock Tribe are also expected to participate in demonstrations, and Civil War re-enactors will be on hand as well.