Last year's DayLife.

Last year’s DayLife.

The LES has been feeling festive lately. First Lower East Side History month brought 80 things to do (the latest: the Feed Me a Story project, which has been collecting memories and recipes of favorite dishes from Lower East Side seniors, will present its work at a potluck lunch Saturday, from noon to 3 p.m. at the park at 33 East First Street. Then there’ll be a reception for Lexi Bella’s “Heroines of the LES” from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Prima). And now DayLife has announced its lineup when it returns June 1.

From noon to 5 p.m., the third installment of the annual street-fair-that-doesn’t-suck will once again throw down the Astroturf on Orchard Street, between East Houston and Delancey Streets, for bocce ball, DJ lessons, live music, and pet portraits by Carlos Arteaga. Oh, and food. Lots of food. Here’s the full list of vendors, courtesy of the Lower East Side Business Improvement District.

Food

Black Tree

Brannon’s

Brooklyn Taco

The Derby

Galli

Georgia’s Eastside BBQ

Grey Lady

Heartbeet Juicery

Jicama

Goodfella’s Pizza

Khao Man Gai NY

La NewYorkina

Luca and Bosco

Meatball Shop

Melt Bakery

Mimi & Coco

Mission Cantina

Moscow 57

Ni Japanese Deli

Petacon Pisao

Pop Karma

Roasting Plant

Souvlaki GR

Sweet Buttons

Tache Artisan Chocolates

Fashion

David Owens Vintage

Eleanor Kalle

Hoodie Shop

Pull-In

Qilo

Quinn

SHUT Skates

Urban Cricket

Yaf Sparkle

Music

Ellen Kaye with the Moscow 57 Band

DJ Deja NYC

Bruce Tantum

DJ Kai Song

ALCALA

DJ Hurrikeen

Scratch DJ Academy

Fun

Artist Alliance

Carlos Artega Fine Art

Manny Cantor Fitness Center

Scratch DJ Academy

Real NY Properties

Yoga High

Bocce Ball

Dance Tent

Face Painting

Education

Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy

Lowline

Manny Cantor Center

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