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Memorial Day Season Openers 2018!

Friday, May 25th - 6 to 8 pm
East Hampton Garden Club's May Garden Party + Plant Sale + Silent Auction

Mulford Farm in East Hampton
{Saturday, May 26th from 9 am to 12 Noon Plant Sale}
Come early for the best selection and take time to consult with Garden Club experts on the perfect
plants and herbs for your garden. Plant Sales feature exquisite annuals and perennials especially
selected for East Hampton's Zone 7a climate. This year annuals designated by New York Botanical
Garden professionals for the Garden Club's new Moran Garden will be on display. Unique to the
Garden Party are a sumptuous array of Hawaiian orchids, hanging baskets and potted plants. The
Silent Auction includes a wealth of donated books, paintings, jewelry, fantastic travel opportunities,
and Much More.

The Garden Club of East Hampton, founded in 1914, aims to restore, improve and protect the quality
of the environment through educational programs and civic improvements. The Garden Party and Plant
Sale is GCEH's only fundraiser of the year, proceeds from which support Garden Club initiatives in
beautification, education and conservation in East Hampton and on the state and national levels.

Admission to Friday's cocktail party and silent auction is $50.00 per person and tickets can be
purchased at the door. There is no admission fee on Saturday. For tickets please contact the East
Hampton Historical Society at 631.324.6850 or email info@easthamptonhistory.org or visit the East
Hampton Historical Society's office. Once you've completed your online purchase, a receipt will be
emailed to you and we will add you to the event list. No further action is required.
easthamptonhistory.org

Saturday, May 26th - 5 to 8 pm
8th Annual ARF DESIGNER SHOWHOUSE & SALE
Cocktail Party and Sale

ARF Thrift & Treasure Shop
17 Poxabogue Lane in Sagaponack
(Corner of Montauk Highway)
Honorary Chair: Mary McDonald
Co-Chairs: Gordon Hoppe, Alex Papachristidis + Marshall Watson
Top interior decorators will again transform the shop into a designer showhouse,
using furnishings from the shop and from their own collections. EVERYTHING is for
sale! Showhouse Designers include: Brady Design, Blue Carreon, Jack Deamer, JED Design,
Richard Mishaan, Barbara Ostrom, Melanie Roy Design, Tom Samet and Nathan Wold, Hamptons
House Design LLC, Kim Seybert, Thayer's Hardware & Patio

  • Tickets for Exclusive Preview Hour at 5 pm $250
  • Tickets for General Admission at 6 pm $150
Sale open to the public Sunday and Monday, May 27 and 28 from 10am-4pm for a $10 suggested
donation, children free. Tickets can be purchased at the ARF Adoption Center and the ARF
Thrift Shop or by calling 631.537.0400 x216 for more information. arf.org

Saturday, May 26th - 5 to 7 pm
Rain date - Monday, May 28
2nd Annual Salon on the Lawn

Longhouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton
For this year's theme, The Curator's Collection, we are thrilled to collaborate with local curators
to present visual performance art and share select pieces by local artists. This year, we are thrilled
to have Tripoli Patterson of Tripoli Gallery present works by artists Benjamin Keating, Quentin Curry
and Aakash Nihalania.

Light Bites and libations compliments of Chef Peter Ambrose, Morris Kitchen, and Wolffer Estate Vineyard,
and a live musical performance by Hot Club of Montauk. Tickets are $75 and $50 for members. Complimentary
admission for guests who sign up for a new membership at any level. Please call LongHouse at 631-329-3568
for more information. longhouse.org

Sunday, May 27th - 5 to 8 pm
2nd Annual Dan's Rose Soiree

Southampton Arts Center in Southampton
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
The second annual Dan's Rose Soiree presented by PORSCHE officially kicks off summer in The Hamptons!
Over 30 roses from The Hamptons, North Fork, France, Spain and beyond will be savored along with chef
tastings from top NYC and Hamptons restaurants, local brews and craft cocktails!

The party continues into the night for the Rosé After Dark VIP After Party presented by The Palm by
Whispering Angel. And, back by popular demand, the ultimate '80s cover band: The Ronald Reagans Big
80s Show - a true crowd favorite! Summer starts here! General Admission: $140 5 pm to 8 pm
VIP: $190 includes admission to VIP After Party from 8 pm to 10pm - *must be 21+ to attend.
danstasteofsummer.com

Sunday, May 27th - 5 to 8 pm
3rd Annual Wine + Roses Gala
Southampton Cultural Center's Annual Gala

The Muses
111 Saint Andrews Road in Southampton
Master of Ceremonies: Walker Vreeland, Award-winning radio personality, producer, writer, actor, singer!
Honoring SCC's Center Stage - Michael Disher, Joan Lyons, Kathy Mulligan, Dennis Milone, Sarah Moritz,
Darren Ottati, Sarah Johner, Julie Crowley, Minerva Perez, Executive Director, OLA Liliane Questel,
Board Member, Director of the SCC's Rising Stars Piano Series, pianist and Joseph Romanosky, former
Mayor of the Village of Southampton and Vice-Chair of the SCC.

  • VIP - $225
  • General Admission - $180
  • Early Bird (Until April 10th) - $150, enter code *earlybird2018*
  • Emerging Leaders (35 and under) - $125
Please call 631-287-4377 or email scc@scc-arts.org for more information and to
buy tickets. scc-arts.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for June

Saturday, June 2nd - 1 to 4 pm + 4:30 to 6 pm
9th Annual Southampton House Tour "Insider's View"

Thomas Halsey Homestead
249 South Main Street in Southampton
1-4 pm House Tour
4:30-6 pm Champagne Reception
From a lakefront gabled home to a recently renovated the turn-of-the-century residence,
the Southampton History Museum's ninth annual "Insider's View" house tour on Saturday,
June 2, will offer a unique opportunity to enter and admire a few of Southampton's most
extraordinary architectural gems. Attendees will have a rare chance to view stunning
interiors furnished with flair, whether the owner favors a high-style contemporary
look, classic elegance or an eclectic approach that reflects the personal style of
a connoisseur. An early-season highlight on the Hamptons social calendar, the tour
is a favorite with design mavens and others who come in search of inspiration and
a good time.

Houses are open from 1 to 4 p.m., after which attendees are invited to a champagne reception,
catered by Sant Ambroeus restaurant, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the beautiful Rogers Mansion
at 17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton.

Tickets are $95 each and can be purchased by calling the museum at 631-283-2494 - tour
tickets may be picked up or purchased as early as 11 am at the museum. PayPal is also
available as a payment option. southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

Saturday, June 2nd - 5 pm to 8:30 pm
26th Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale, Auctions and Cocktail Party Gala

The Fresh Air Home
36 Barkers Island Road in Southampton
This highly anticipated event is the opening fundraising party of the summer season, and
features our famous live, silent and wine auctions and an extraordinary home furnishings
and antiques sale.

The Auctions feature items from top names in fashion, jewelry, travel, fine dining,
entertainment, sports, health and beauty. Priceless one-of-a-kind items include exotic
vacations at private resorts, exclusive dining experiences with top chefs in beautiful
homes, golf outings at some of the fabulous East End golf courses, photo shoots, and
so much more! The Wine Auction will feature a selection of wines that could rival
the best of any private collection.

The fabulous furniture sale will feature choice and rare antiques, gently used and new
home furnishings-designer furniture, lamps, paintings, framed prints, fabrics, decorative
accessories and much, much more. For almost two decades, guests from Manhattan, Connecticut,
Palm Beach and The Hamptons have lined up hours in advance to have first choice of these
extraordinary treasures, beautifully showcased by our design team offered at amazing prices.
Please contact Tom Naro at 631-283-5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org for more information.
sfah.org

Saturday, June 2nd - 4 to 7 pm
24th Annual North Fork Pig Roast Picnic
East End Hospice Benefit

Pindar Vineyards
37645 Route 25 in Peconic
Join us and have a hog of a good time! Food served 4 to 6 pm and drinks and fun
keep on going til 7 with live music! Tickets for adults are $30 and $10 for under
14(children under 2 are free : ) Please call Debbie 631.288.7080 for more information
on tickets. eeh.org

Thursday, June 7th - 11 am - 8 pm
Golf Outing at Maidstone Club

Maidstone Club
50 Old Beach Lane in East Hampton
Don't miss a rare opportunity to golf and spend the day at the historic, ocean-front Maidstone Club
in East Hampton! The outing begins at 11am with registration and practice. At noon a delicious lunch
is served on the Clubhouse veranda overlooking the ocean. The shotgun start tournament follows at 1pm.
After the tournament, golfers will enjoy cocktails on the Clubhouse veranda followed by dinner and the
awards ceremony. Always a day to remember!!

11 am Registration and Practice
12 pm Lunch on the Ocean Terrace
1 pm Shoot Gun Start Tournament
5 to 8 pm Cocktails, Dinner + Award

Tickets are $1,250 per player. For more info, contact Laura Perrotti at (631) 324-0806 ext. 22
or by email at lperrotti@guildhall.org.
guildhall.org

Saturday + Sunday, June 9th + 10th
Landscape Pleasures Cocktail Party + Tour

Saturday, June 9th 8:30 am to Sunday, June 10th - 3 pm
Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Landscape Pleasures Co-Chairs: Lillian Cohen, Christopher LaGuardia, Martha McLanahan,
Linda Hackett Munson, Tony Piazza, Stacy Paetzel, Dennis Schrader

SYMPOSIUM: Saturday, June 9th - 9 am
Featuring: Mikyoung Kim, Martha Schwartz, and Peter Wirtz

GARDEN TOURS Sunday, June 10
Visit four breathtaking estates in The Hamptons -
Garden of Jan and Randy Slifka, East Hampton Village
Hollyhock, Garden of Mary Ann Tighe and Dr. David Hidalgo, Southampton Village
Garden on Christopher Street, Southampton Village
Garden on Little Plains Road, Southampton Village
Others to be announced soon!

SPECIAL COCKTAIL PARTY: Saturday Evening, June 9th - 6 to 8
Landscape Pleasures supporters at the Sponsor level and above
are invited for cocktails at the Sagaponack home of Susan and Louis K. Meisel.

ASSOCIATE TICKETS
Includes Saturday lectures,Sunday garden tours, and Friday night program
Non-Member: $250 each + Member: $200 each

SPONSOR TICKETS
Includes Saturday lectures, Sunday garden tours, Friday night program + Saturday
evening cocktail party
Sponsor: $400 each

BENEFACTOR TICKETS
Includes Saturday lectures, Sunday garden tours, Friday night program, Saturday evening
cocktail party
Benefactor: $1,000 each

Please call the Benefit Events Office at 631.283.2118 x150 for more information or
email benefitevents@parrishart.org. parrishart.org

Saturday, June 9th - 6:30 to 11:30 pm
Swing into Summer at The Bridge!
Group for the East End GALA

The Bridge on Millstone Road in Bridgehampton
As you sip your glass and nosh on delectable hors d'oeuvres, you'll be dazzled by the
spectacular sunset views of Peconic Bay and clubhouse by architect Roger Ferris. Once
the sun goes down and you've been treated to a scrumptious dinner prepared by The Bridge,
LIVE music will be provided by Steel Impressions and get you dancing under the stars!
Please contact Kristina Lange at klange@eastendenvironment.org or 631-765-6450 x216 for
more details. groupfortheeastend.org

Saturday, June 9th - 5:30 to 8 pm
Taking Care of Our Island Cocktail Party + Auction

East End Hospice Benefit
Shelter Island Yacht Club
12 Chequit Avenue on Shelter Island
Bid on Fabulous Silent Auction items!
Trips to: Tuscany, Italy + Sugarbush,Vermont
NYC Ballet Tickets
plus many more fun and exciting prizes
Please call Chrissy for tickets or info at 631-288-7080 or email cmichne@eeh.org for info!
eeh.org

Saturday, June 9th - 6:30 to 10:30 pm
23rd Annual All Against Abuse Benefit
Summer Benefit Gala for The Retreat

The Muses
111 Saint Andrews Road in Southampton
Honoring Joy Behar ?Co-Host of ABC News's "The View" +
Robin Hommel-Tenenbaum Emmy Award-winning Producer
Featuring Leslie Morgan Steiner - Author and National Advocate
Cocktail Music by The John Ludlow Duo featuring Steve Nelson
Catering by Art of Eating + After Dinner Dancing by East End Entertainment
Auctioneer: CK Swett

Honorary Committee:
Maria Bacardi | Joy Behar | Lorraine Bracco | Lisa Fontes, PhD | Kiran Gandhi
Kelsey Grammer | Bonnie Grice | Mariska Hargitay | Ann Liguori | James Lipton
Don McPherson | Kaitlin Olsen | Faith Popcorn | Mercedes Ruehl | Gloria Steinem
Leslie Morgan Steiner | Beth Ostrosky Stern

Please call Kim Nichols at 631-329-4398 or email knichols@theretreatinc.org for more info.
retreatgala.org

SAVE THE DATE!
June 11th through 17th
118th U.S. Golf Open
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson + Rory McIlroy!

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton
Get your tickets online NOW!
usga.org

Friday, June 15th - 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Garden Cocktail Party

618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack
Join us for the most beautiful party of the summer as we celebrate Jane Iselin who is retiring
as our board president after leading Madoo for six transformative years! Bid on a Billy Sullivan
pet photo portrait commission at our live auction. Summer Studio exhibition by Francine Fleischer
to benefit #ARFrescuelove 10% of ticket sales benefit ARF Hamptons!

  • Benefactor $2500 (includes 6 tickets and 6:00 pm early bird entry)
  • Patron $1500 (includes 4 tickets and 6:00 pm early bird entry)
  • Non-member $225
  • Member $200
  • Under 30 $125

Please call 631-537-8200 or email info@madoo.org for more information.
madoo.org

Saturday, June 16th - 6 to 8 pm
Cocktails By The Bay
East Hampton Historical Society Spring Garden Party!

Hosted by Peter W. Emmerson and Fei Shao
Located on 1.7 acres nestled alongside Northwest Harbour County Park with exquisite sunset views
over the Peconic, Northwest Creek, and the wetlands bordering the Bay. The property is named Korakuen
which translates to "natural scenic beauty." The owners were inspired by a 17th century garden in Tokyo,
Japan called Korakuen which was created with advise from the Chinese scholar Zhu Shun Shui incorporating
elements of both Chinese and Japanese taste. The contemporary house construction uses steel, glass, and
concrete. The house is designed with an open plan living area on the 2nd floor with a wall of glass
affording glimmering views of the waters north and west. The entry gallery was specifically designed
to house the owner's collection of abstract expressionist paintings from mid-century East Hampton artists.

Tickets cost $150; reservatons are required and space is limited. For tickets please contact the East
Hampton Historical Society at 631.324.6850 or email info@easthamptonhistory.org or visit the East Hampton
Historical Society's office. Once you've completed your online purchase, a receipt will be emailed to you
and we will add you to the event list. No further action is required.
easthamptonhistory.org

Saturday, June 16th - 3 to 5 pm
6th Annual Navy SEAL Foundation Benefit

Navy Beach
16 Navy Road in Montauk
Navy Beach is honoring Montauk's Naval history and continuing its partnership with the Navy
SEAL Foundation to help raise awareness and funds with the fifth annual fundraiser for the
organization. The Navy SEAL Foundation provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance
to the Naval Special Warfare community and its families. Navy Beach will host a cocktail party
to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation. The cocktail party will be the official kick-off to a fifth
season of fundraising efforts at the restaurant. This year's event will include remarks by Mike
Zapata, a former US Navy SEAL who deployed multiple times to Afghanistan, Iraq, the Horn of Africa,
and other locations in the Middle East and West Africa. Mike has been an active supporter of
Navy SEAL Foundation since transitioning out of the military and entering the field of investment
management, where he is currently founder and portfolio manager of Sententia Capital Management,
a value-investing based capital management fund in New York. The event will feature wines provided
by Turquoise Life, beer by Montauk Brewing Co. and food from signature Navy Beach favorite menu
items. In addition, guests will be able to bid on silent auction items and purchase raffle tickets
for several prizes. The cost to attend the event is $50 per adult, $25 for veterans, and free for
children under 16 (at the door.) Discounted pre-sale tickets are available online via Eventbrite
through June 13th. Following the event on June 16th, the restaurant will be open for regular
dinner service beginning at 5:30 p.m., and reservations are recommended. For those who prefer
to purchase their tickets at the door, kindly RSVP for the cocktail party to nsf@navybeach.com
or call 631- 668-6868. navybeach.com

Saturday, June 23rd - 6 pm to 10:30 pm
22nd Annual Hamptons Heart Ball
PLUS Crash the Ball After Party til 12:30 am

Southampton Arts Center
Jobs Lane in Southampton
Chairs: Jean Shafiroff, Philanthropist + Author & Chuck Simonton, M.D.,
Chief Medical Officer and Divisional Vice President, Global Medical Affairs, Abbott
Honorees: Audrey & Martin Gruss and Dr. Apostolos K. Tassiopoulos
The American Heart Association is pleased to announce that Dr. Apostolos K. Tassiopoulos, Department
Chair of Vascular Surgery at Stony Brook, Director of the Heart and Stroke Center at Southampton
Hospital will honored at the American Heart Association's 22nd Annual Hamptons Heart Ball. In his
role as honoree, he will assist in raising support and creating awareness about heart disease and
stroke as it pertains to the Long Island community. Audrey & Martin Gruss of the Audrey and Martin
Gruss Foundation are the key sponsor of The Audrey and Martin Gruss Heart & Stroke Center at Stony
Brook Southampton Hospital in Southampton, NY and will also be honored at the American Heart
Association's 22nd Annual Hamptons Heart Ball. In their role as honoree, they will assist in
raising support and creating awareness about heart disease and stroke as it pertains to the Long
Island community

The Hamptons Heart Ball, is a fun and elegant event focused on raising funds for the mission
of the American Heart Association. Friends and colleagues from NYC, Long Island and The Hamptons
enjoy the beautiful setting of the Hamptons while eating delicious heart healthy foods, drinking
delightful local wines and having fun with the music and dancing. The evening will feature live
music by That 70's Band, cocktail hour, a seated dinner catered by Elegant Affairs as well as a
live & silent auction will also highlight the night. Also new this year will be the Crash the
Ball After Party which will take place from 9:30pm to 12:30pm.

Tickets are $600. After party will begin at 9:30pm and tickets are $125. Please call Barbara
Poliwada at 631.734.2804 or email or more information on tickets and sponsorship.
hamptonsheartball.heart.org

Saturday, June 23rd - 6 pm to 8 pm
12th Annual Get Wild!
Benefit for Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of The Hamptons

Hosted by Joan and Bernard Carl
Little Orchard in Southampton
Honorees: Jay Schneiderman + Susan McGraw Keber
Co-Chairs: Hilaria and Alec Baldwin, Alexandra and Peter Campbell, Joan and Bernard Carl,
Kim Cattrall, Brigid Fitzgerald and Michael Katz, Nancy Juvonen and Jimmy Fallon,
Linda and Ben Lambert, Ellen and Chuck Scarborough, Beth Stern
Meet some of our feathered and furry friends knowing that your donation makes a difference to
the lives of the injured and orphaned wildlife that inhabit this region.

  • Great Horned Owl Sponsor $10,000
  • Red Tailed Hawk Sponsor $5,000
  • Great Blue Heron Sponsor $2,500
  • Snowy Egret Sponsor $1,000
  • Eastern Screech Owl Sponsor $500
  • Individual Ticket $250
Please contact Astic Productions at 212-581-1400 or megan@asticproductions.com for more info.
If you wish to pay for tickets and sponsorships by cash or check please contact Astic Productions.
wildliferescuecenter.org

Saturday, June 23rd - 6 to 8 pm
Summer Solstice Kick Off Party

The White Room Gallery
2415 Main Street in Bridgehampton
Co-Hosted by The White Room Gallery and the Ellen Hermanson Foundation
Kick off the summer and celebrate with the Ellen Hermanson Foundation on the longest day of the
year in this inspiring setting with all our friends and community on at for the Opening Reception,
Balancing Act- beauty N execution -featuring artists Sally Breen, EJ Camp, Joan Konkel and John Mazlish.
Come meet and greet our amazing team while enjoying artwork of four very talented artists. Wine and light
bites will be served. This free event is open to the public. A portion of art proceeds will benefit The
Ellen Hermanson Foundation.

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation ensures access to state-of-the-art breast health care and empowers people
affected by cancer. Funds raised support The Ellen Hermanson Breast Centers at Stony Brook Southampton
Hospital and satellite locations in Hampton Bays and East Hampton and Ellen's Well, a free psychosocial
support program.

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation is unique in its commitment to helping breast cancer patients and their
families cope with the physical and emotional aspects of breast cancer. No patient is turned away from
the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center for lack of insurance or inability for pay for treatment. All services
through Ellen's Well are provided free of charge.

Please email info@ellensrun.org or call 212-840-0916 for info. If you are unable to attend our Summer
Solstice Kick Off Party but would like to make a donation please go online.

Friday, June 29th - 7 pm
10th Annual SummerDocs Series KICK-OFF
Hosted by Series Presenter + HIFF Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin
ROBIN WILLIAMS: COME INSIDE MY MIND

The John Drew Theater
Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
A funny, intimate and heartbreaking portrait of one of the world’s most beloved and inventive
comedians, Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind takes us through his extraordinary life and career
and reveals what drove him to give voice to the characters in his mind. Told largely by Robin
himself, with a wealth of never-before-seen footage, and informed by in-depth interviews with
those who loved and knew him, the film features Billy Crystal, Eric Idle, Whoopi Goldberg, David
Letterman, Steve Martin, Pam Dawber, Zak Williams and many others. Directed by Marina Zenovich.
  Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind will premiere on HBO on Monday, July 16th.

Tickets for the screening: $25 Reserved Seating / $23 Members and are available purchase
at guildhall.org or hamptonsfilmfest.org

Friday June 29th - 4 to 5:30 pm
Fridays at Four, Tasting and Tour with Wolffer Estate Vineyards

Bridge Gardens
36 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton
Start your weekend at the first in our summer series of monthly guided walks featuring a local
beverage partner! Roman Roth, the award-winning Winemaker at Wolffer Estate Vineyards, will share
stories about his craft and provide tastings of his delicious wine before we set off for a walk
with Garden Manager, Rick Bogusch. You'll visit the rose garden in its June splendor, explore the
Spanish-style knot garden featuring culinary, medicinal, ornamental, and textile and dyeing herbs,
gain tips from Rick at the expanded vegetable garden, and enjoy the beauty of the large perennial
flower beds. $20/person, $10/Bridge Gardens Member. Please email events@peconiclandtrust.org or
call 631-283-3195 or for more information!
peconiclandtrust.org

Saturday, June 30th - 4 to 7 pm
POLO Match + Event 2018 Presented by Porsche

The Maria and Kenneth Fishel Estate
900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
Hosted by Rachel Zoe
Drinks + Hors d'oeuvres + Champagne Lounge + Music by Lee Kalt!
Polo Hamptons, brought to you by Social Life Magazine, will celebrate Rachel Zoe's July cover
story in the luxury lifestyle publication. Over 300 guests will enjoy a thrilling polo match,
an open bar and an exclusive Laurent-Perrier champagne bar, and delectable hors d'oeuvres during
the course of what promises to be an unforgettable afternoon.

Tickets are $165, with a portion of the proceeds donated to charity.
polohamptons.com

Saturday, June 30th - 7 pm to 11 pm
Under the Palms
East End Hospice Summer Gala

The Jeffery's
40 Second Neck Lane in Quogue
PARKING IS AT 125 MONTAUK HIGHWAY IN QUOGUE w/ golf cart tranport!
Honorary Chairperson: Priscilla A. Ruffin, RN, MS, NPP, President & CEO
Master of Ceremonies: Lucas Hunt
The event features a fabulous evening that includes cocktails, dinner, dancing, casino games, and a
silent auction. The 19th Annual Dorothy Pell Savage Good Samaritan Award will be presented to the
East Quogue, Eastport, Quogue and Westhampton Beach Fire Departments. Catering by Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs
Music by A&K. For more information, please contact Theresa Murphy at 631.288.7080.
eeh.org

Saturday, June 30th - 7 pm
The Nature Conservancy Summer Benefit

The Nature Conservancy's Center for Conservation
142 Sag Harbor Turnpike in East Hampton
Benefit Co-Chairs: Anne + Nicolas Erni, Beverly + Michael Kazickas, Marie + Kenneth Wong
Cocktails and Mashomack oysters on the lawn at 7 PM
Dinner by Glorious Food under the party tent at 8 PM
Dessert & dancing with DJ David Kiss at 9:30 PM

It is our major fund-raising event in support of clean water and conservation on Long Island.
Proceeds benefit The Nature Conservancy on Long Island as it protects and restores
natural areas including bays, harbors and woodlands; transforms how nature is valued
and used; and inspires people to collective action.

Summer Party Dress + Valet Parking. Please contact 631-367-3384 x 138 or alader@tnc.org for more
information and to purchase tickets! nature.org/summerbenefit

Saturday, June 30th - 6 to 8 pm
7th Stony Hill Stables Foundation Annual Benefit Cocktail Party

Stony Hill Stables
268 Town Lane in Amagansett
Special Dressage Exhibition + Pony Drill Team Performances
Stony Hill Stable, owned and operated by the Hotchkiss family for more than five
decades, is proud to announce the annual Benefit for the Stony Hill Stables Foundation.
Event Chairwoman, Bailey Thompson, who currently trains with Stony Hill Stables owner
and USDF Gold Medalist, Wick Hotchkiss, has been involved with the foundation since its
inception. Bailey Thompson and Wick Hotchkiss will perform Dressage, the Stony Hill Stable's
Pony Drill Team will delight attendees with a specially choreographed performance, and there
will even be an exhilarating Jumping Exhibition!

Now in its seventh year, the scholarship program is on sound footing and has given local
riders a path to their equestrian dreams. With a grass-roots approach, the scholarship
program has opened its barn doors to local kids. Scholarships are customized to suit each
recipient, and each recipient participates in creating his or her own program, based on the
budget of their scholarship, and their individual goals and interests.

Launched in the summer of 2012, Stony Hill Stables is still the only stable in
Long Island to offer this unique scholarship program. Scholarship applications
for the 2018 season are currently being accepted. Five scholarships will be awarded
annually. Local residents of Montauk, Amagansett, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Southampton
and West Hampton are encouraged to apply. Scholarship applications are available online.

Tickets for the Annual Stony Hill Stables Foundation Benefit are priced at $125 for
a single ticket, $200 for a couple. Children under 12 are free! Tickets can be purchased
in advance online or please call 631.267.3203 or email info@stonyhillstables.com for more
information. stonyhillstablesfoundation.com

Saturday, June 30th - 7 to 10 pm
31st Annual American Picnic with Grucci Fireworks!!

1030 Meadow Lane in Southampton
The Southampton Fresh Air Home will kick off the Fourth of July weekend festivities with its
31st Annual American Picnic and Grucci fireworks bursting in the air over Shinnecock Bay. The
spectacular fireworks display ORCHESTRATED TO PATRIOTIC MUSIC is the most anticipated family
Fourth of July fireworks event in Southampton. Highlights will include a picnic buffet, carts
filled w/popcorn, ice cream, hot dogs & other all-American treats, arts & crafts and carnival
booths w/ games and prices on the grounds of a gorgeous ocean-front estate!

The Southampton Fresh Air Home is a residential camp with a specialized recreation program
adapted for physically challenged children, the majority of whom will receive scholarships to
attend. The Picnic raises over 40% of the Home's annual program expenses. Your generosity will
allow our special children to enjoy a unique and caring summer camping experience filled with
laughter,love and friendship while at the same time, providing a much deserved rest for their
families who care for them all year round. For more information please contact Tom Naro at
631.283.5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org. sfah.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for July

Thursday, July 5th - 6 to 10 pm
8th Annual Art Market VIP Preview Party
To Benefit Parrish Art Museum
Market Art + DesignMarket Art + Design

The Bridgehampton Historical Society Museum
2368 Montauk Highway
Main Street in Bridgehampton
For VIP Pass and Preview Pass holders only!
Market Art + Design launches in July 2018 as the evolution of Art Market Hamptons,
the East End's premier modern and contemporary art fair. Market Art + Design
will showcase top tier art presented by the country's best galleries enhanced by
a striking and tightly curated Design component pulling from over 70 dealers and
designers from around the world.

Market Art + Design will be a top cultural destination for the 2018 The Hamptons' Summer
Season with fantastic food and drink from some of New York City's hottest restaurants
and important partnerships with the area's leading cultural institutions. Market Art +
Design's Opening Night Preview will benefit the Parrish Art Museum. Cultural Partners for
Market Art + Design include Art League of Long Island, Brooklyn Museum, Cooper Hewitt,
Heckscher Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, and the Watermill Center.

The art expo will run through July 8th. Preview VIP tickets: $75/person
Public Fair Hours: General Admission tickets Friday through Sunday: $25/person
artmarkethamptons.com

Friday, July 6th - 6 to 8 pm
Moran Opening Celebration
Benefiting the East Hampton Historical Society

New Stewards of the Moran Studio
229 Main Street in East Hampton Village
The East Hampton Historical Society, the new stewards of the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio,
is hosting an Opening Celebration to benefit the Moran Studio Exhibition, a collaborative
effort that has brought the "World of Moran" to life. Located on East Hampton's Main Street
Historic District, this charming turreted Queen Anne shingled piece of Victorian architectural
is a local gem that also has the honor of being registered as a National Historic Landmark.

Created in 1884, across from swan-filled Town Pond, this house, its garden and contents will open
the eyes of visitors into the world of one of America's power art couples: Thomas Moran, known for
his awe-inspiring Western landscapes, which were pivotal in the founding of the National Parks, and
his wife, Mary Nimmo Moran, an internationally known etcher, innovator and master of the medium.
The Moran Studio is widely recognized as one of the first stand-alone artist's studios built on
the East End of Long Island.

Through a meticulous five-year restoration project, the Moran Studio has been salvaged from
dilapidation, and is proud to open its doors to the public so come experience the Inaugural
Studio Exhibition and the World of Moran!

The opening of the Studio is dedicated to the memory of William J. Fleming whose passion for
the project helped accomplish the restoration of this National Historic Landmark. Tickets:
$100 Junior (40 and under-1 ticket); $150 Friend (1 ticket); $250 Donor (1 ticket) $500 Supporter
(2 tickets); $1,000 Sponsor (4 tickets); $2,000 Patron (8 tickets); $2,500 Benefactor (10 tickets)
You may purchase your tickets by calliing our office at 631-324-6850
thomasmorantrust.org

Saturday, July 7th - 5:30 to 8 pm
HALSEY HOUSE GALA
Summer of Love

The Thomas Halsey Homestead
249 South Main Street in Southampton
This neighborly lawn party takes place at Southampton's oldest home - The Thomas
Halsey Homestead, established in 1648 by one of our founding families. Attendees
to the 2018 Summer of Love fundraiser will enjoy sunset cocktails amid a colonial
landscape and newly restored herb garden.

Inside the expansive tent, friends can enjoy our nostalgic late-1960s Hamptons chic
atmosphere and toast to the summer ahead, while the lavish hors d'oeuvres are locally-
sourced from our farms and bays. Spontaneous dancing on the grass is encouraged - music
by DJ Twilo will feature Joni Mitchell, the Beach Boys, the Beatles, and Jefferson Airplane,
among other 60's and 70's hits.

A curated silent auction offers the essentials of life in The Hamptons, like a cocktail
cruise on a wooden sailboat, just-found antique treasures, bountiful baskets of organic produce,
and delicious Hamptons restaurants' offerings. Support your Museum with a contribution and
please join our festivities!

Ticket Prices are as follows: $150 in advance/$175 day of Gala, $50 for guests 16-30,
$20 for guests 15 & under. Please call Executive Director Tom Edmonds at 631-283-2494
for more information! southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

Saturday, July 7th - 5:30 pm
27th Annual Bay Street Theatre Summer GALA Benefit

The Long Wharf in Sag Harbor
5 pm VIP Cocktail Reception
6 -7:30 pm Awards Presentation and Performance at the Theater
7:30 pm Tent opens for Cocktails
8 pm Dinner + Dancing!

The evening begins with cocktails and a VIP presentation by leading stars (Past
celebrities have included Julie Andrews, Alec Baldwin, Jason Alexander, Alan Alda,
Nathan Lane, Billy Joel). Following the show, attendees pass through a red carpet
photo op and enter a 250ft tent on the Long Wharf with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres,
a fabulous auction full of exciting travel packages, Broadway tickets and tours,
Tesla and Maserati driving experiences and so much more, a seated dinner, special
entertainment, dancing round out this amazing event.

  • VIP Table for 12: $25,000
  • VIP Table for 10: $15,000
  • One Table for 10: $12,500
  • Individual Ticket: $1,500
  • Young Professional ticket (40 yrs and under): $425

Please email Kim Fink at kim@baystreet.org for more information.
baystreet.org

Saturday, July 7th - 7 to 10:30 pm
Inaugural Chefs of North Fork

The Halyard at Sound View
58775 County Road 48 in Greenport
Cocktail Hour: 7 pm to 8 pm
Dinner: 8 to 10:30 pm
Guests will enjoy an intimate five-course seated dinner featuring an unprecedented lineup of
acclaimed chefs on the North Fork. This new event will be a celebration of North Fork cuisine
honoring North Fork Table & Inn owner Claudia Fleming, who is a James Beard Foundation Award W
inner for Outstanding Pastry Chef and is considered the mother of dining out on the North Fork.
Tickets are $150. danstasteofsummer.com

Saturday, July 14th - 6 to 10 pm
SOFO's 29th Annual Summer Gala

EXPLORE * DISCOVER * CELEBRATE
The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center
377 Bridgehampton - Sag Harbor Turnpike
Honoring: Courtney Ross + Don Church + Russell Mittermeier
Event Chairs: Anke + Jurgen Friedrich, Susan + David Rockefeller
Music by Nancy Atlas & The Nancy Atlas Project Band!
Guest Auctioneers: Gerry Curatola + Ann Liguori

6 pm - 7 pm Pre-Event VIP Cocktail Reception with Special Tasting Menu by Leading Chefs + Eateries
7 pm - 10 pm Benefit Party, Buffet Dinner + Dancing, Live + Silent Auctions, Surprise Guests!

SoFo's most important and exciting benefit of the year! Benefiting SoFo's educational
and environmental programs & initiatives. Tickets VIP $1,300 / Individual $450 / under 30 $275
VIP Tables $5,000, $10,000, $25,000

For tickets and more information please call SoFo 631.537.9735 or email daceti@sofo.org.
sofo.org

Saturday, July 14th - {VIP/6} 6:30 to 10 pm
The 14th Annual Waxman Foundation's "A Hamptons Happening"

Hosted by Maria and Kenneth Fishel and Family
900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
Event Founding Chairperson: Marion N. Waxman
Business Honoree: Joe Farrell
Chef Honoree: Chef Matt Lambert
Fashion Honoree: Ramy Brook Sharp
The 14th Annual "The Hamptons Happening" to benefit the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research
Foundation will honor Chef Matt Lambert, Executive Chef and co-owner of Michelin Star
restaurant The Musket Room, and Ramy Brook Sharp, Founder & Creative Director of Ramy
Brook, among others to be announced.

The Hamptons Happening will feature over 30 of the top chefs and restaurants in New York City
and The Hamptons. The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation led by noted oncologist and
cancer researcher Samuel Waxman, MD. has made great headway in his mission to find a cure.

Individual tickets are $425. Millennial Ticket (30 & under) $200. Tables start at $10,000.
Please call 212-867-4502 or email rkramer@waxmancancer.org or go online to buy tickets!
waxmancancer.org

Saturday, July 14th - 6:30 pm
Annual Midsummer Party Gala

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Honoring Parrish Trustee Chad Leat and Artist Keith Sonnier

6:30pm - Cocktails
7:30pm - Dinner
9:00pm - Live Auction
10:00pm - After Ten Party
The highlight of The Hamptons' summer social season, this annual event brings together
over 500 artists, philanthropists, business leaders, and world guests in support
of the Parrish. Enjoy dinner on the Mildred C. Brinn terrace followed by music and
dancing in the Lichtenstein Theater. (Tickets for the PCC After Party are for PCC
members and guests only)

Dinner Tickets:
Glass - $2,500 per person
Aluminum - $1,500 per person
Young Patron - $500 (ages 21-35/limited availablity)

Dinner Tables:
Sky - $100,000 (14 tickets premiere seating)
Steel - $50,000 (12 tickets premiere seating)
Concrete - $25,000 (12 tickets preferred seating)
Wood - $15,000 (10 tickets)

Please call 631.283.2118 x 133 or e-mail benefitevents@parrishart.org for more information.
parrishart.org

Saturday, July 14th
Heart of Gold Gala in The Hamptons
An Intimate Evening with Music Icon Neil Young

Hosted by The Bridge School
Private Estate in Watermill
The Bridge School, the leading non-profit organization dedicated to educating children with
severe speech and physical impairments, will host an intimate, fundraising event called the
Heart of Gold Gala at a private estate in Watermill. Music legend Neil Young will take to the
stage for a special live performance to raise awareness and funds for The Bridge School, which
he co-founded and has supported for over 30 years.

The Bridge School was started by Pegi Young, Jim Forderer, and speech and language pathologist,
Dr. Marilyn Buzolich. Pegi Young and Neil Young were inspired to start the school after they were
unable to find a suitable school placement for their non-verbal son, Ben Young, who has cerebral
palsy. Since its inception, The Bridge School has been a leader in ensuring that children with
severe speech and physical impairments are able to achieve full participation in their communities
through augmentative and alternative communication and has developed unique programs and trained
highly skilled professionals in the use of state of the art assistive technology.

The Heart of Gold Gala will begin with a red-carpet cocktail reception and will continue with
dinner, followed by Neil Young's performance. The evening will also include a live auction
featuring coveted items such as autographed guitars and signed Steinway piano, high-end
experiences including an exclusive tour of the Tesla factory, and more.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, The Bridge School is a research and development epicenter
for alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) and education for children. The sharing
of The Bridge School's cutting-edge approach to education and communication has resulted in
breakthroughs around the globe. With hundreds of conferences across six continents, The Bridge
School has trained over 2,300 teachers and therapists, and provided over 10,000 hours of
specialized instruction, seminars and lectures. From Mexico to South Korea, the graduates
of The Bridge School's International Teacher-in-Residence program have successfully implemented
innovative educational frameworks and, in some instances, affected government policy impacting
tens of thousands of children and adults.

Please email Adrian at adrian@supporttaskforce.com for more ticket information. All proceeds from
The Heart of Gold Gala directly benefit the operations of The Bridge School.
bridgeschool.org

Friday, July 20th - 7 to 10:30 pm
Dan's 6th Annual GrillHampton

NYC vs The Hamptons
Fairview Farm at Mecox
19 Horsemill Lane in Bridgehampton
An extravagant event featuring the best local restaurants from NYC and locally in The Hamptons
for a thrilling Grill-off Competition! Enjoy an epic live performance by Long Island's most popular
band: Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot - Celebrating The Music of Billy Joel!

VIP access at 7 pm: $195 - must be 21 to attend - 8 pm tickets are $140 and may be purchased online.
A portion of this year's ticket proceeds from GrillHampton and Taste of Two Forks will benefit All
For The East End (AFTEE), a 501(c)(3) that showcases and provides support to the more-than 1,000 charity
organizations in the five East End towns. Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or please call
631.227.0188 for more information. danstasteofsummer.com

Friday, July 20th - 6 to 8:30 pm
12th Annual East Hampton Antiques Show
Benefit Preview Cocktail Party

Mulford Farm
10 James Lane in East Hampton
The show has 60 dealers who sell antiques, art, jewelry, and collectibles. They are dotted
across the greensward of the 17th-century Mulford Farm, housed in elegant white tents. The
focus of the show is on vintage decorative items for the house and garden. Classic rattan
and bamboo furniture, lighting, textiles, architectural elements, American and European
country decorated furniture, Art Deco and modern, garden ornaments, wrought-iron accessories,
industral items, paintings, trade signs, period jewelry, weathervanes, and mirrors will all
be for sale.

On Sunday the show is open from 10 am to 5pm. The show offers an on-site cafe for a
light breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday - July 20th + 21st. Cafe by Bostwick's &
Debbie Geppert Events Catering Company. Enjoy light bites or a full meal with local flavor.

Tickets for the Friday night Opening Preview Cocktail Party start at $150 per person
and enable return visits the following days. Junior Ticket (age 40 and under) are
priced at $100. Please contact the East Hampton Historical Society at 631.324.6850,
e-mail at info@easthamptonhistory.org or visit the East Hampton Historical Society's
office, located at 101 Main Street, East Hampton, from Tuesday to Saturday,
10am to 5pm. Tickets can be purchased online and may also be purchased at the gate
the night of the event. Admission to the Antiques Show costs $10. Ticket proceeds
from the Preview Cocktail Party benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.
easthamptonhistory.org

Friday, July 20th - 7pm Curtain!
Dancers For Good!
3rd Annual Benefit for The Actors Fund

Guild Hall
138 Main Street in East Hampton
Honorees: Multiple Tony winner and this June's "Special Tony for Lifetime Achievement
in Theatre" recipient Chita Rivera + Bebe Neuwirth, Emmy and Tony Award winner
HONORARY COMMITTEE: Alan Cumming + Billy Porter
Michael Apuzzo, Eric Gunhus, David Nickle, and Hal Rubenstein present Dancers For Good
Third Annual Benefit celebrating innovative, passionate and heartfelt dancers who have devoted
their lives to the wonder of movement. This intimate evening of dance will feature thirty-six
dancers from some of the most exciting and diverse troupes in the contemporary dance world
including Paul Taylor Dance Company, American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Eryc Taylor
Dance, Inc. among others. The event will include a post-performance reception with cocktails,
hor d'hoeuvres and an opportunity to meet the dancers.
dancersforgood.com

Saturday, July 21st - 6:30 to 11 pm
9th Annual Unconditional Love Dinner Dance

Benefit for Southampton Animal Shelter
Private Residence in Southampton
Honorary Chairwoman: Jean Shafiroff
Gala Chairman: Greg D'Elia
Junior Chairwoman: Katie McEntee
The event's Honorees will be the Shelter Pets including Mason, who was rescued and trained by the shelter
before becoming the first shelter dog in New York state to be accepted into the K9s for Warriors program.
The Chris Norton Band will provide music for the night with dinner catered by Robbins Wolf Eventeurs.
Tickets begin at $500 and can be purchased by contacting Adrienne Walter by phone at 631-488-8000 or
email UL@sasf.org for more info. sasfinc.org

Saturday, July 21st - 6:30 | 7:30 to 10 pm
8th Annual Dan's Taste of Two Forks

Fairview Farm at Mecox
19 Horsemill Lane in Bridgehampton
VIP Reception 6:30 to 7:30 pm and general admission 7:30 to 10 pm
Please join us for this extravagant event featuring the best local restaurants and wineries
of both the North and South Forks together for one heck of a tasteful evening all under one
tent! Must be 21 to attend ; )

Celebrating its 7th year as the East End's leading culinary event, Taste of Two Forks continues
to proudly spotlight the bounty of both the North and South Forks, featuring bites from oodles
of top restaurants, sips from celebrated wineries and breweries, noshes from purveyors and more.
This year, guests will experience a whole new level of luxury as the event moves to a new location
ar the gracious, sprawling waterfront property of Fairview Farm in Bridgehampton. The Taste of Two
Forks VIP Experience includes early admission, VIP gift bag, exclusive access to VIP Lounge and
other treats! If history continues to repeat itself, Taste of Two Forks is poised for a sellout,
so grab your tickets quickly!

A portion of this year's ticket proceeds from GrillHampton and Taste of Two Forks will benefit All
For The East End (AFTEE), a 501(c)(3) that showcases and provides support to the more-than 1,000
charity organizations in the five East End towns.

A portion of proceeds will benefit All For The East End. TOTF tickets are $325 for VIP and
$185 for General Admission, with "Weekend" packages available to attend both nights ranging
from $275(GA) to $355 (VIP). Please call 631.227.0188 or email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com
for more information on indvidual tickets and package deals.
danstasteofsummer.com

Saturday, July 21st - 6 to 8:30 pm
18th Annual Hampton Designer Showhouse Gala Preview Party

Designer Showhouse in Bridgehampton
Traditional Home magazine is once again the media sponsor. It will feature the talents
and skill of over 25 top interior designers and decorative artists. The show runs
until Labor Day, Monday, September 3rd, 2018.

The Hampton Designer Showhouse, now in its eighteenth year, will feature over 30 top interior
designers and decorative artists from The Hamptons, New York City and nationwide. This year's
Showhouse will take place in Bridgehampton, New York.

The showhouse raises much needed funds for Southampton Stony Brook Hospital, the only major medical
facility on the South Fork. This year the Showhouse is offering individual discounted Gala preview
reservations at $200 each if purchased by June 15th.

  • Marquee at $5000 receives 10 reservations
  • Pergola at $2500 receives 6 reservations
  • Trellis at $1500 receives 4 reservations
  • Sundial at $750 receives 2 reservations
  • Individual at $225 receives 1 reservation

More details to come! Please call 631.377.3500 for more info.
hamptondesignershowhouse.com.

Saturday, July 21st - 6 to 10:30 pm
4th Annual St. Jude Hope in The Hamptons

The Fields
Rosko Lane in Southampton
Co-Chairs Sue + Dave Birdsall and Shawna + Danny Birdsall
Celebrate the lifesaving mission of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The special
evening will feature cocktails, farm fresh fare, live and silent auctions, live entertainment
by Majic Music and a special "Give to Live" event.

St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and
other deadly diseases. Everything we do is centered on finding cures and saving children.
Families never receive a bill from St. Jude. We pay for treatment, travel, housing and
food - because all a family should worry about is helping their child live. Please call
Bertie Downs at 212-379-1600 or email bertie.downs@stjude.org for more information.
stjude.org

Saturday, July 21st - 6 to 10 pm
Christie Brinkley to Host 7th Annual St. Barth Hamptons Gala

Bridgehampton Historical Museum
Hosted by Christie Brinkley
The festive evening will feature tasty hors d'oeuvres by Lulu Kitchen and Duryea's and
an exclusive prosecco lounge provided by Christie Brinkley?s Bellissima. Guests will
dance the night away while DJ Lee Kalt spins the summer's best hits. A portion of the
proceeds from this special event will benefit the Bridgehampton Historical Museum.
Tickets are $160. stbarthhamptons.com

Saturday, July 21st - 7 pm
10th Annual SummerDocs Series
Hosted by Series Presenter + HIFF Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin
BATHTUBS OVER BROADWAY

The John Drew Theater
Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
When he started as a comedy writer for the LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, Steve Young had few
interests outside of his day job. But while gathering material for a segment on the show, Steve
stumbled onto a few vintage record albums that would change his life forever. Bizarre cast
recordings marked "internal use only" revealed full-throated Broadway-style musical shows
about some of the most recognizable corporations in America: General Electric, McDonald's,
Ford, DuPont, Xerox. Steve didn't know much about musical theater, but these recordings
delighted him in a way that nothing ever had. BATHTUBS OVER BROADWAY follows Steve Young
on his quest to find all he can about this hidden world. While tracking down rare albums,
unseen footage, composers and performers, Steve forms unlikely friendships and discovers
how this discarded musical genre starring tractors and bathtubs was bigger than Broadway.
With David Letterman, Chita Rivera, Martin Short, Florence Henderson, Susan Stroman, Jello
Biafra and more.

Tickets for the screening: $25 Reserved Seating / $23 Members and are available purchase
at guildhall.org or hamptonsfilmfest.org

Saturday, July 28th - 9 am to 4 pm RAIN OR SHINE!!
Guild Hall's Closthesline Art Sale

Since 1946, Guild Hall has proudly hosted the annual Clothesline Art Sale, a community
event that showcases original works by East End artists. Nearly 400 artists enter the
sale each year, with their work attracting thousands of art lovers looking for the next
de Kooning, Prince, or Sherman. Works range in price from $50 to $2,000, with all proceeds
split 50/50 between the artist and Guild Hall. Proceeds from the sale benefit Guild Hall
of East Hampton. The sale is made possible by an amazing group of dedicated volunteers.
Free Admission to the sale. (Extra Parking at the corner of Maidstone and James Lane).
please call the Special Events Department at 631.324.0806 x 13 or 14 for more info.
guildhall.org

Saturday, July 21st - 6 to 8 pm
LongHouse Celebrates Brooklyn Summer Benefit

LongHouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton
LongHouse Art Leadership Award honoree: Joe Melillo + BAM Next Wave
LongHouse Award honoree: Dustin Yellin + Pioneer Works
LongHouse is in full GALA Mode on July 21st - bringing two spectacular honorees to you who embodyl
the unconventionality and risk-taking for which LH stands. And in homage to Brooklyn from whence they
have made their mark - along with our usual LongHouse style, surprises and feast — there will be great
beer, really cool music, Bob Dylan bourbon and even a little bit of science. The better-then-ever auction
will be geared to all the senses. These two great guys from Brooklyn have made and are making a huge leap
in our culture and are an innate part of the pulse of the times.

For sponsorship opportunities, please call Joanne Sohn at 631.329.3568.
Auction will be available on Paddle 8 in early July. Tickets available online.
Please call 631.329.3568 or email events@longhouse.org for more information.
longhouse.org

Saturday, July 28th 6 pm to 12 Midnight
25th ANNIVERSARY Watermill Summer Benefit & Auction
TIME BOMB

The Water Mill Center
39 Water Mill Towd Road in Water Mill
Honoring Honoring Pierre Berge
The Watermill Center will once again bring together the worlds of theater, art, fashion,
design, and society for the special 25th Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit. Watermill
International Summer Program Participants come from over 25 countries to create installations
and performances throughout the eight and a half acres of grounds during the event. The funds
raised will support The Watermill Center's year round Artist Residency Programs, providing a
unique environment for young and emerging artists to explore and develop new work.

  • Early Bird Ticket: $500 for 1 cocktails hours between 6 to 8 pm
  • Cocktail Ticket: $650 cocktail hours between 6 to 8 pm
  • Contributor Ticket: $1,500
  • Donor Tickets: $2,000
  • Vice-Chair Ticket: $2,500
  • Patron Table for 10: $15,000
  • Benefactor Table for 10: $25,000
  • Distinguished Benefactor Table for 10: $50,000
  • Anniversary Benefactor Table for 10: $100,000
For more information on sponsorship benefits or to purchase tickets over the phone,
please contact Erin Wainwright at 212.253.7484 x119 or benefit@watermillcenter.org.
watermillcenter.org

Saturday, July 28th - 5 to 8 pm
Annual Chefs & Champagne GALA at Wolffers Vineyard

Wolffer Estate Vineyards
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
VIP Reception: 5 pm to 6 pm
Main Event: 6 pm to 8:30 pm
VIP After-Party: 8:30 pm to 10 pm
Join the James Beard Foundation (the country's preeminent culinary organization) and honoree
Marcus Samuelsson (multiple James Beard Award winning chef, author, philanthropist, and
restaurateur) for JBF's annual Hamptons fundraiser and tasting party this summer. The James
Beard Foundation's annual summer gala is a sumptuous tasting party featuring flowing champagne,
wines of Wolffer Estate Vineyard, and culinary offerings from a select group of over 30 fine
chefs from New York City and beyond. Featuring Tito's Handmade Vodka, Wolffer Estate wines,
and culinary offerings from an esteemed group of more than 40 fine chefs.

  • JBF Members: $200
  • General Public: $275

Please call 212.627.2308 for more information and for tickets.
jamesbeard.org

Saturday, July 28th - 6:30 to 11 pm
An Evening of Enchantment Summer Gala

Topping Rose House
1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike Bridgehampton
Gala Chairwoman: Jean Shafiroff
Honoring Jodi Wasserman
Live Auction with Nicholas Dawes of Heritage Auctions + PBS Antiques Roadshow
Join us for an evening of cuisine by Jean-Georges, dancing with DJ Sam Santiago + more!
Please call 212-840-0916 or email info@ellensrun.org for more info!
ellenhermanson.org

Sunday, July 29th - 5 pm
14th Annual Hayground Chefs Dinner
22nd Annual Great Chefs Dinner

Jeff's Kitchen at Hayground School
151 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton
Honoring Jacques Pepin
Honorary Event Chairs: Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick
World-renowned five-star chefs gather to celebrate Hayground School's 14th fundraiser, and
raise much-needed financial aid for the school, which incorporates the Edible Garden/Kitchen
Science program into its curriculum on its pastoral Bridgehampton grounds.

5 Cocktails on the Lawn

6 DINNER IN JEFF'S KITCHEN includes MEET THE CHEFS cocktail party PLUS
4 Course sit down dinner, live auction OA

Each year, Hayground secures a handful of culinary masters to work together for one night
only, cooking in one kitchen, to raise funds for the school and its tuition assistance programs.
Dinner tickets: $1500. All proceeds benefit the Hayground School's Jeff's Kitchen and
the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. Please call 631.537.7068 x 113 or go online top purchase
tickets! LIMITED so RSVP early!
haygroundchefsdinner.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for August

Thursday, August 2nd - 6 to 9:30 pm
Hamptons Jewlery Show Opening Night Preview Party
Benefit for Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

Jewelry Pavilion on the Elks Fairgrounds
605 County Road 39A in Southampton
(next to the Mercedes Benz of Southampton)
Welcome to the newest, most stylish, and value-driven event of the summer season. Join us at
the first ever Hamptons International fair devoted exclusively to fine jewelry and important
art collectibles. You'll be mesmerized by the exquisite estate and contemporary pieces. Ranging
from estate treasures, and dazzling international manufacturers' pieces, to respected designer
collections, what you'll witness will amaze. Uncover $30+ million in Remarkable Jewelry & Luxury
Art Collectible Treasures and discover the irresistible deals awaiting you from 80 elite dealers
worldwide. Prices range from $500 to over a million dollars for world-class pieces. Held in a
spectacular 20,000 sq. ft. Jewelry Pavilion on the Elks Fairgrounds (next to the Mercedes Benz
of Southampton), this elegant, refined and temperature controlled environment is a perfect setting
for important fine jewelry and objets d'art acquisition. Expect tight security with government issued
photo ID required for admission.

Black Card | $100 per person VIP Pass | $75 per person

Please call 631-283-5505 for more information. hamptonsjewelryshow.com

Friday, August 3rd - 6:30 to 11:30 pm
Wild At Heart GALA
A Benefit For Animal + Human Health

Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club
231 Midocean Dr, Bridgehampton
Wild at Heart Benefit Co-Chairs: Jessica Hollander + Sacha Lehto
Cocktail reception 6:30 pm
Dinner seating begins 7:30 pm
Benefit Committee: Andy Arons, April Gornik, Christine Evangelista, Dwayne Hill, Jack
Kelly, Jenny Landey, Kyriaki Chonacas, Susan Rockefeller

This year we are honoring Dr. Carl Safina for his work of The Safina Center for their
passionate humanitarianism, advocacy and leadership in the world of animal activism.
Past honorees have included Dr. Jane Goodall, Richard Lair and Cornelia Guest. The
evening gala on the ocean front property will include a cocktail reception, silent
and live auction, Fund-A-Need, a sustainably sourced gourmet dinner for 250 guests
and a bonfire on the beach with luxe accompaniments and entertainment provided by
DJ Alexandra Richards.

Organizing Committee: Christina Blaustein, Darryl Proniuk, Drew Davis, Jeanine Pepler,
Jenna Kniep, Jill Alcott, Luis Torres, Maren Kate Donovan, Nicole Shore, Terri Hoffman,
Tracey Holmes. Please join us for this incredible event benefitting the meaningful work
of Veterinarians International! wildatheartbenefit.com

Saturday, August 4th - 8 am
Paddle For Pink Paddle Board Race
Havens Beach in Sag Harbor
+ Sunset Party at 7 pm

Fairview Farm in Bridgehampton
Please call 646.497.2640 or email lyoo@bcrfcure.org for more information.
hamptonspaddleforpink.org

Saturday, August 4th - 6:30 pm
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital's 60th Annual Summer Party

Tent on corner of Wickapogue and Old Town Road in Southampton
Honorees: John Catsimatidis and Bruce Mosler
Junior Chair: Caitlin Diebold
The air-conditioned tents will be totally transformed by the imagination and creativity of
Lawrence Scott Events who will also provide the elegant catered dinner. Music will be by
Groove Society. Guests will have access to an array of fabulous silent auction items,
and a raffle with a $25,000 cash prize.

The festive evening will benefit Stony Brook Southampton Hospital's Jenny and John Paulson Emergency
Department, which is the sole provider of emergency care on the South Fork, treating more than 25,000
people annually. Southampton Hospital is recognized by the NYS Department of Health as a provisional
Level III adult trauma center, the first one on Long Island's East End. This designation enables the
Hospital to provide care to the most critically injured patients. During the summer season
when the regional population swells, it is even more critically important that trauma care be
accessible close by. Faster treatment for trauma patients can mean the difference between life
and death, so support for this essential service is vital.

Table sponsorships begin at $7,500 and tickets are $500 per person. Tickets are not sold at the
door and must be purchased in advance to guarantee seating. For more information please call
Kathy Lucas, Director of Special Events at 631 726-8700, Ext. 3 or email klucas@southamptonhospital.org.
southamptonhospital.org

Saturday, August 4th - 7 to 11 pm
The Playhouse Gala

Montauk Playhouse
Join us as we kick off construction on the long-anticipated Cultural Arts and Aquatic Centers
at the Playhouse. This year's Gala will celebrate Montauk's generous spirit by honoring two
individuals who have given so much to our community.

Please join us for dinner, dancing, drinks and a lively auction in support of the Montauk Playhouse
Community Center Foundation celebrating the the vibrant, authentic surf culture of Montauk.
We will honor local artists and activists who have captured the spirit of this surf town in
their work. This year's Gala will feature delicious and plentiful fare via stations and
passed hors d'oeuvres. And, as always, you can look forward to wonderful drinks, dancing,
auctions and fabulous live entertainment.

  • Presenting Sponsor $50,000.00
  • Event Sponsor $25,000.00
  • Patron of the Playhouse $10,000.00
  • Friend of the Playhouse $5,000.00
  • Gin Beach $2,500.00
  • Premier Ticket $500.00
  • Individual-Ticket $300.00

Purchase tickets or contact The Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation to learn more
about Sponsorship Opportunities. Please email admin@montaukplayhouse.org or call
631.668.1124 for more information. montaukplayhouse.org

Saturday, August 4th - 7:30 to 10 pm
Dan's Inaugural "MonTaco"

Gurney's Montauk + Seawater Spa
290 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk
Hosted by Adam Richman, Travel Channel host, author, food & travel explorer
There is no better way to savor the summer than with an evening of tacos, tequila,
surf and sand. Dan's Corona MonTaco presented by Don Julio will make its debut.
Experience a Latin-inspired celebration like no other, featuring celebrated chefs,
culinary twists on classic Mexican cuisine. Dishes will be paired with Mexican cerveza,
Spanish cavas, tequila and more. General Admission: $125, 7:30 pm to 10 pm and
VIP: $200, includes admission to VIP After Party from 10 pm - 12 midnight. Please
call 631.227.0188 or email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com for more information on
indvidual tickets and package deals.
danstasteofsummer.com

Saturday, August 4th - 5 to 8 pm {4 pm VIP}
Harvest East End

Martha Clara Vineyards
660 Herricks Lane in Riverhead
Organized by the Long Island Wine Council
Celebrate the excellence of winemaking on Long Island! Harvest East End is a sensory experience
for the ages set in the rustic elegance of summer wine country. Featuring passed hors d'oeuvres
by Lombardi's Love Lane Market, food available for purchase, a silent auction offering "curated
experience" packages, live music, and more to come...this is an event not to be missed!

$125 Winemaker Experience 4 pm. Includes exclusive meet and greet opportunities with Long Island
winemakers, tasting of library and reserve wines. $75 General Admission 5 pm. Must be 21+ to attend.
Proceeds from the event support cooperative initiatives dedicated to progressing viticulture,
sustainable agriculture and community relations. Please email info@longislandmerlot.com or call
1.800.838.3006 for more information. liwines.com

Sunday, August 5th - 7:45 sharp
3rd Annual Walk of Hope + 5K Run to Defeat Depression

The Cultural Center
25 Pond Lane in Southampton
Check-in begins at 7:45 am
Walk + 5k Run begins at 9 am
Lace up your sneakers and join Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF) as they
set out on the second annual Walk of Hope + 5K Run to Defeat Depression. The USA Track
and Field sanctioned event will raise awareness and funds for advanced depression research
with every dollar raised going directly to research.

HDRF's Founder Audrey Gruss will lead participants of runners, walkers and all supporters of all
ages on a beautiful route around Lake Agawam in Southampton Village. The event is high-spirited,
family-focused, inspiring and fun. The first 500 participants will receive a keepsake event hat; and
prizes will be awarded for best time in different age categories as well as for the top individual fundraiser
and top fundraising team.

Audrey Gruss founded HDRF in April 2006 in memory of her mother Hope, who struggled with
clinical depression. Today, HDRF is the leading nonprofit organization focused solely on
depression research. The World Health Organization has declared depression as the leading
cause of disability worldwide, but despite its prevalence, depression is still misunderstood,
underfunded and under-researched. The mission of the HDRF is to fund innovative neuroscience
research into the origins, medical diagnosis, new treatments, and prevention of depression
and its related mood disorders - bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, post-traumatic
stress disorder, anxiety disorder and suicide. To date, HDRF has provided more than $20
million through over 125 grants for accelerated breakthrough depression research that
promises to lead to new and better medications and treatments.

Register online or call 212.676.3205. $40 per adult through Sunday, July 2; $50 per adult
after July 2 and $15 per child (14 and under).

Sunday, August 5th - 4 to 8 pm
Through Farms and Fields

Salt Air Farm
1535 New Suffolk Road in Cutchogue
Chairwoman: Carol Mulvihill Ahlers
2018 will be the 16th year of Through Farms and Fields - a celebration of our local bounty.
Funds raised at Through Farms and Fields support the conservation of Long Island's working farms,
natural lands and heritage for our communities now and in the future. At this special country supper,
we will be honoring the farm families wholaunched the Suffolk County Farmland Preservation program,
the first of its kind in the United States. Raffle Ticket $100/each. Join our raffle for your chance
to win a collection of signature wines from vineyards across the East End. You don't need to be
present to win.

2018 Tickets + Sponsorship Levels:

  • Conservation Champion: $25,000 (includes a table for 10)
  • Land Steward: $15,000 (includes a table for 10)
  • Benefactor: $10,000 (includes a table for 10)
  • Patron: $5,000 (includes 6 tickets)
  • Friend: $1000 (includes 2 tickets)
  • Individual tickets: $350

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact either Yvette DeBow-Salsedo or
Lisa Pepe at 631.283.3195. Journal ads also available: $250 to $1,000 To reserve tickets,
please contact Yvette DeBow at 631.283.3195 ext. 19 or ydebow@peconiclandtrust.org.
peconiclandtrust.org

Friday, August 10th - 5 to 11 pm
Guild Hall's Annual SUMMER GALA

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
5 pm VIP Museum Preview: Ellsworth Kelly Exhibition 6:30 pm Cocktails at private home
7:30 pm Dinner followed by Live Auction + Dancing
Dance after party that starts at 9pm. DJ to be announced!
Join us for an exclusive exhibition preview, convivial evening of music, dancing, dining,
and an exhilarating live art auction. Truly a unique Hamptons experience! Exclusive VIP
preview of the Aspects of Minimalism exhibition for gala guests at Guild Hall from 5-7pm.
Cocktails and tented sit down dinner immediately to follow at a private home. Join us
for a convivial evening of music, dancing, dining, and an exhilarating live art auction.
Truly one of the most elegant and unique experiences in The Hamptons!

  • Sponsor Table 10 registrants $25,000.00
  • Benefactor Table 10 registrants $15,000.00
  • Patron Table 10 registrants $12,500.00
  • Sponsor Ticket 1 registrant $2,500.00
  • Benefactor Ticket 1 registrant $1,500.00
  • Patron Ticket 1 registrant $1,250.00
  • Cocktails Only 1 registrant $500
  • After Party Ticket $250.00 (for young patron's 21-40 only)

For additional information, contact the Special Events Office at 631-324-0806.
guildhall.org

Friday, August 10th - 6 to 8 pm
Peconic Baykeeper's 2nd Annual Gala Benefit *Toast To Our Bays*
Cocktails to Celebrate Our Ocean, Bays, Lakes + Ponds

283 Coopers Neck Lane in Southampton
More details to come!
peconicbaykeeper.org

Saturday, August 11th - 5 o'clock
14th Annual Authors Night
To Benefit East Hampton Library

Gardiner Farm
36 James Lane, East Hampton
Founding Honorary Chair: Alec Baldwin
Authors Reception from 5 to 7:30 pm + Dinner begins at 8
The "Premier Literary Event of The Hamptons" has grown over its ten-year history to become
one of the most successful celebrations of books and authors in America, featuring 100 authors
across all genres.

Enjoy fabulous hors d'oeuvres and wine. Meet your favorite authors, buy their books and have
them inscribed. Bid on some fun items at the silent auction. The most recent titles for each
author will be available for purchase at the event. Every title - past and present - written
by our guest authors can be inscribed at the event. Don't forget to bring your books with you
to have them inscribed! The proceeds of the books purchased at the event go directly to the
Library as a donation. You're in for a wonderful surprise when you join the party at a lovely
home in The Hamptons. You get to choose your party. All dinner guests automatically receive an
entry ticket to the Authors Reception. Parties will be announced when invitations are mailed.

Authors Night is a lavish fundraiser to benefit the East Hampton Library. Tickets range in price
from $100 for the cocktail hour only and $300 up to $2500 for the more popular dinner parties.
All proceeds go directly to the Library. Beginning in 2005 with a handful of dinners and a few
hundred attendees, it has grown to be the premier literary event of The Hamptons with over 160
authors and more than 1,000 people in attendance. To purchase dinner tickets, please call
631-324-0222 or email authorsnight@easthamptonlibrary.org. authorsnight.org

Saturday, August 18th - 2 pm {batting practice at 12 noon}
Artists and Writers Annual Charity Softball Game

Herrick Park in East Hampton
Artists, writers, celebrities and fans will gather once again to compete in the Annual Artists
and Writers Celebrity Softball Game! The longest running charity event in The Hamptons! Thousands
have come to watch the celebs battle it out on the ball field to raise money for East End Hospice,
Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, Phoenix House of Long Island and The Retreat.

The game's hall of fame includes: Alan Alda, Ken Auletta, Alec Baldwin, Ben Bradlee, Carl Bernstein,
Steven Breyer, Josh Charles, Bill Clinton, Charles Gwathmey, Chevy Chase, Christie Brinkley, Willem
de Kooning, Mark Feuerstein, Eli Wallach, Ed Burns, Kristin Davis, B Smith, Matthew Broderick, Rod
Gilbert, James Lipton, Marty Lyons, Mike Lupica, Jackson Pollack, Paul Simon, Peter Jennings, Juliet
Papa, Regis Philbin, Lori Singer, Roy Scheider, Dick Cavett, Yogi Berra, Donny Deutsch, Countess
LuAnn de Lesseps, Rudy Giuliani, Jim Leyritz, Jean Reno and Mort Zuckerman.
artistswritersgame.org

Saturday, August 18th - 6:30 pm
Save the date...save a life : )
BOW WOW MEOW BALL

ARF Adoption Center
124 Daniels Hole Road in Wainscott
Cocktails at 6:30 pm
Dinner at 8 pm
Cocktails + Dinner + Dancing to the Peter Duchin Orchestra
A silent and live auction all make for an evening to remember + benefit ARF's
life-saving mission. Tickets start at $750. Tickets can be purchased at the ARF
Adoption Center and the ARF Thrift Shop or by calling 631.537.0400 x219 or email
jean@arfhamptons.org for more information. arfhamptons.org

Saturday, August 18th
An Evening Under the Stars
for The Michael Bolton Charities

Private Estate on Mecox Bay in The Hamptons
Special Performance by Michael Bolton
Hosted by Victoria Moran-Furman
Master of Ceremonies: Chris Wragge
Dinner + Dancing + Auction!
The Michael Bolton Charities will hold An Evening Under the Stars fundraising dinner and
auction in Bridgehampton. The intimate evening, benefitting The Michael Bolton Charities,
will be produced by celebrity event planner Larry Scott of Lawrence Scott Events. Not
only will the talented Larry Scott produce the enchanting evening, but he will donate
the decor and services for the private fundraising event. An Evening Under the Stars
will be honoring board members Samriti and Scott Seltzer for their dedicated work to
the Charities.

Now in its 25th year, The Michael Bolton Charities has been a consistent advocate and
supporter of initiatives and organizations committed to responding to the needs of
children and women at risk from domestic violence, physical and mental abuse, poverty,
homelessness and human trafficking. The Michael Bolton Charities has supported more than
100 organizations across the country. In the last 2 decades, The Michael Bolton Charities
has raised over $10 million from contributions and net income from special events
michaelboltoncharities.com

Saturday, August 25th - 4:30 to 8
18th Annual Box Art Auction
to Benefit East End Hospice

St. Luke's Episcopal Church
18 James Lane in East Hampton
Prominent artists from our community incorporate either a wine box or a cigar box to create
unique, collectible works of art which will be included in either the silent or the live auction.
All proceeds will benefit East End Hospice, which provides care for terminally ill patients,
their families and loved ones living on the North and South Forks of Long Island, including
the Eastern Suffolk County townships of Brookhaven. For additional information on preview
reception on Wednesday prior please contact Theresa Murphy at the East End Hospice at
631.288.7080 or email tmurphy@eeh.org. eeh.org

Saturday, August 25th - 7
10th Annual SummerDocs Series
Hosted by Series Presenter + HIFF Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin
CHEF FLYNN

The John Drew Theater
Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
While many of young Flynn McGarry's peers were playing video games, he was creating remarkable
gastronomic delights far beyond his years at his home in Studio City, California. Flynn's family
encouraged him to pursue his creative passion, and his unique journey was thoroughly documented
by his artist mother. He loved to prepare elaborate dinners for friends and family and soon
became known as the "Teen Chef," establishing his own supper club at age 12 and being featured
in a New York Times Magazine cover story at age 15. Before he was 16, he had staged in top
restaurants in Los Angeles, New York, and Europe. Trying to stay focused on his dream, Flynn
had to weather the critics who challenged his rapid ascent in the culinary world. With access
to a trove of personal archival footage and including new, intimate vérité footage, director
Cameron Yates creates a collage of Flynn’s singular focus and distinctive path through childhood.
CHEF FLYNN shares a rare view of a young man’s successful rise from the inside.

Tickets for the screening: $25 Reserved Seating / $23 Members and are available purchase
at guildhall.org or hamptonsfilmfest.org

SAVE THE DATE!
Sunday, August 26th through September 2nd - 8 to 5 daily
OPENING DAY of The 43rd Hampton Classic Horse Show

Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton
The Hampton Classic showcases the highest levels of equestrian show jumping competition at
a world-class venue, offering approximately 200 classes throughout the week for horses and
riders of all ages and abilities in six show rings. Opening Day is always exciting at the
Hampton Classic and this year's changes will make it even more so when the show kicks off
on Sunday, August 26th.

Besides the hunter, jumper and equitation competition, the show also features more than 70
boutiques, an international food court, pony rides, a petting zoo, special attractions, and
much more. The show ends on Sunday, September 2nd with the $250,000+ FTI Grand Prix and FEI World
Cup Qualifer. $10/person, $20/carload, children under six are admitted free daily. On Saturday
(September 2nd), children under 12 are admitted free. Seniors are admitted free Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Reserved Grandstand Seats (numbered bench seating) for Grand Prix Sunday (September
1st) cost is an additional $20/person; Premium Center-section Reserved Seats on Grand Prix Sunday
cost $30/person. Opening Ceremonies begin at 12 NOON in the Grand Prix Ring immediately
following the Leadline Classes with riders under the age of 8.

No charge on Labor Day - Monday, September 3rd (limited competition this day, but boutiques and
exhibition tent are open). FREE Parking. hamptonclassic.com

SAVE THE DATE!
Thursday, August 30th - 6 to 10 pm
5th Annual SUMMERFEST Culinary Arts Festival Benefit

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
{formerly The Parrish Art Museum}
SummerFest is SAC's premiere annual event, raising nearly a half-million dollars, to support
world-class exhibitions and 200-plus programs annually, many of which are free of charge.
Attendees will enjoy signature dishes from the most celebrated chefs on the East End plus DJ
and dancing under the stars on the historic grounds of 25 Jobs Lane.

Proceeds from the event will allow the center to expand their efforts to provide film, music,
dance, theater, children's events, lectures and literary series, further enhancing the vibrancy
of The Hamptons' community through the arts. Southampton Arts Center provides a dynamic venue
to present the highest quality programming to our entire community through partnerships with
a diverse slate of world-class artists, performers, educators and cultural institutions. Southampton
Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Tickets for SummerFest start at $500 for individuals with VIP tables starting at $10,000, and can be
reserved online. Please contact Molly Bishop, Advancement Coordinator at mbishop@southamptoncenter.org
or call 631-283-0967x 13 for more information on tickets and sponsorships. southamptoncenter.org

Labor Day + Some GREAT late Summer/Fall Annual Events! stick around ; )

Friday, August 31st through LABOR DAY - opening 3 pm
72nd Annual Shinneock Indian Powwow
Summer Benefit for the Shinnecock Tribe and the Shinnecock Presbyterian Church

1 West Church Street in Southampton
Music and dance performances, arts, crafts, demonstrations, native foods, Sunset Fire
Lighting, drum and dance contests. Dance special is the Men's Fancy Traditional Smoke
Dance. Tickets: $12 Adults, $10 Kids, Seniors & Handicap Advance Tickets Available -
Credit Cards Accepted - No Refunds - Schedule Subject to Change - No Pets!
Please call Shinnecock Tribal Office 631.283.6143 or email nationspowwow@optonline.net for
more information. shinnecocknation.org

Saturday, September 8th, 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Late Summer Cocktail Party

Rogers Mansion
17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
Hosts for the Late Summer Cocktail Party are Marge Sullivan, chairperson of the board
of trustees and Peter Hallock, museum advisor.

Feast on fun hors d'oeuvres and drink from an open bar to celebrate the end of summer on the
lawn of the 1843 Rogers Mansion. Make new friends, see familiar faces, and make plans for the
fall, all while supporting the Museum's education programs. Music by DJ Twilo! Food by The
Golden Pear + Open bar by Herbert & Rist Liquor. Admission: $60 till 9/8, $75 door, Juniors
21 to 35: $35 till 9/8, $45 door. Please call 631-283-2494 for more information to buy tickets
or email Tom Edmonds at tedmonds@southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org and you can buy tickets online
with PayPal. southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

Saturday, September 8th + Sunday, September 9th
Sag Harbor's Annual HarborFest Celebration

Once described as the largest block party extending out over the water, this year
Harborfest will be a village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor.
Free, unlimited parking at Havens Beach with free trolley service through the village!
Enjoy and Celebrate Sag Harbor! Schedule of events online. harborfest

Saturday, September 15th - 10 am to 7:30 pm
Great Eastern Music Festival

The Montauk Lighthouse
2000 Montauk Highway in Montauk
The Montauk Historical Society presents the inaugural Great Eastern Music Festival at the
world-famous Montauk Lighthouse, located at the easternmost tip of Long Island. The idyllic
setting provides 360 degree views of Block Island, the Atlantic Ocean and beyond. The festival
will feature an eclectic mix of Americana, Roots, and Bluegrass music, presented on two stages,
with craft food + beverage, vendors and more. Proceeds from the event will fund ongoing maintenance
of the Lighthouse and the maintenance of the retaining wall on the ocean side.

The Montauk Lighthouse was built from 1792-1796 and commissioned by George Washington in 1797. The
Lighthouse Committee of the Montauk Historical Society is dedicated to the protection, preservation
and educational development of this national historic site. Through programs, exhibits, publications
and special events, the story of this site will be conveyed to the public. GATES OPEN AT 9 am!
General Admission: $65 Child Admission (ages 6-12): $25 Children 5 & Under: Free
greateasternmusicfestival.com

Friday, September 27th to September 30th
8th Annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival

Old Whalers Church
44 Union Street in Sag Harbor
Saturday - 8 pm show

Local to Global, Jazz and Blues, Roots and Folk, Pop and more! The Festival kicks-off with
a Main Stage concert & fundraiser at the Old Whalers Church, followed by a day of FREE music
with dozens of musical acts. Local galleries, restaurants and businesses serve as the free,
intimate venues along with outdoor locations, offering a wide variety of performances during
the Festival weekend. Celebrating Sag Harbor through music, we showcase free live performances
and promote Sag Harbor as a cultural destination!

Please call 917.715.4116 or info@sagharbormusic.org for more information on sponsorships and performances
joe@historicfilms.com. sagharbormusic.org

SAVE THE DATE!!
COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND
Thursday, October 4th through October 8th
26th ANNUAL Hamptons International Film Festival

East Hampton, Southampton, Sag Harbor + Montauk
Over 100 films, premieres, red carpets, parties, panels and fun! #heckyeah
hamptonsfilmfest.org

We will be changing over to our Fall + Winter 2019 Calendar after Labor Day Weekend!