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The Hamptons Parties & Events for January

Thursday, January 4th
Bombogenisis + Blizzard Storm Grayson : )

Saturday, January 6th - 8 pm
FIRESIDE SESSION - Memphis with Nancy Atlas + Special Guest

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay and Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Tickets are $15 general admission and are available by stopping by the Box Office Tuesday
through Saturday 11 am - 5 pm, call 631.725.9500 or buy online. baystreet.org

Saturday, January 13th - 8 pm
FIRESIDE SESSION - Los Angeles with Nancy Atlas + Special Guest

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay and Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Tickets are $15 general admission and are available by stopping by the Box Office Tuesday
through Saturday 11 am - 5 pm, call 631.725.9500 or buy online. baystreet.org

Saturday, January 20th - 8 pm
FIRESIDE SESSION with the music from Austin, Texas! Nancy Atlas + Special Guest

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay and Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Special Guest: Clark Gayton monster trombone magic!
Tickets are $15 general admission and are available by stopping by the Box Office Tuesday
through Saturday 11 am - 5 pm, call 631.725.9500 or buy online. baystreet.org

Saturday, January 13th - 7 pm
Screening of THE OPERA HOUSE
National Theatre Live Screening: Young Marx by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Rory Kinnear (The Threepenny Opera, Penny Dreadful, Othello) is Marx and Oliver Chris (Twelfth
Night, Green Wing) is Engels, in this new comedy written by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman.
Broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre, London, the production is directed by Nicholas Hytner
and reunites the creative team behind Broadway and West End hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors.
General Admission: $18 ($16 Members). Please call 631.324.0806 for more information.

Saturday, January 20th - 6:30 pm {Snow date January 27}

The Muses (Greek Orthodox Church)
111 Saint Andrew Road in Southampton
In honor of Scarlett James + Katy Stewart
The Scarlett Fund + Katy's Courage
Restoring Childhood through Children's Cancer Research
Honoring Bridgid + Jim Stewart and The Independent Newspaper
Honorary Celebrity Chef: Rocco DiSpirito
Chef Chairperson: Chef Peter Ambrose
An evening filled with tastes from recognized East End chefs and special entertainment.
All proceeds will be donated to Katy's Kids at Children's Museum of the East End and The
Scarlett Fund at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Tickets $125 up to $1000. Please call Linda B. Shapiro at
631-725-2023 or email lbspro@optonline.net or BUY TICKETS VIA PAY PAL.

Saturday, January 20th - 6 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival's Special Screening

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Directed by Greg Barker (USA, 2017, 89 minutes)
A look at the inner workings of the Obama administration as they prepare to establish a legacy
when leaving power after eight years, THE FINAL YEAR revolves around Obama's foreign policy team:
Secretary of State John Kerry, UN Ambassador Samantha Power, Deputy National Security Adviser and
presidential confidant Ben Rhodes, as well as National Security Adviser Susan Rice and President
Obama himself. Over the course of 2016, they travel the world attempting to solidify and "lock-in"
policies that they believe will define their legacy, promote diplomacy over large-scale military
action, and fundamentally alter how the US government confronts questions of war and peace, as
they prepare to hand over the machinery of American power to a new administration. Please call
631.324.0806 for more information. Tickets are $15 ($12 Members). hamptonsfilmfest.org/

Friday, January 26th - 8 pm
All Star Jam with Nancy Atlas and Favorite Friends

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay and Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Tickets are $15 general admission and are available by stopping by the Box Office Tuesday
through Saturday 11 am - 5 pm, call 631.725.9500 or buy online. baystreet.org

Saturday, January 27th - 6 to 10 pm
Rockin' For The Homeless
John's Place Benefit

Polish Hall
218 Marcy Avenue in Riverhead
Featuring: Who Are Those Guys, Gene Casey + The Lone Sharks and Boot Scoot Boogie
Tickets are $25 ($35 at the door) which includes entry, food, door prize chance, unlimited dancing and
fun knowing you are helping a worthwhile cause. Chinese Auction 50/50 are additional.
Please call 631.298.4145 x 2 or buy online. rockinforthehomeless.org

Saturday, January 27th - 6 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival's Special Screening

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Directed by Petra Volpe
In 1971, a quaint Swiss village, seemingly untouched by the cultural and social upheavals of the
1960s, anticipates the vote for women's suffrage. Following her exposure to a women's rights
demonstration in Zurich, a shy and well-liked housewife becomes the unexpected beacon of her
village's suffragette movement. Featuring a strong ensemble cast, led by the effortless Marie
Leuenberger, THE DIVINE ORDER chronicles the challenges of a determined group of women who cast
off the stubborn ways of the village and fight for independence. Directing with a keen eye for
sincerity and humor, Petra Volpe captures the inspiring journey of harnessing your voice to both
speak truth to power and tell your husband he can do his own laundry. Tickets are $15 ($12 Members).
Please call 631.324.0806 for more information. hamptonsfilmfest.org/

Saturday, January 27th - 8 pm
FIRESIDE SESSION - New Orleans with Nancy Atlas + Special Guest

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay and Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Tickets are $15 general admission and are available by stopping by the Box Office Tuesday
through Saturday 11 am - 5 pm, call 631.725.9500 or buy online. baystreet.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for February

Saturday, February 3rd - 3 to 5 pm
2018 Student Exhibition: High School Artists' Reception

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Parrish Members, exhibiting artists, and their families are invited to celebrate High School
artists at this opening reception of the 2018 Student Exhibition. Refreshments from the Golden
Pear Cafe will be served. Please call 631.283.2118 for more information.

Sunday, February 4th - 1 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival Special Screening: THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay + Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Director: Aki Kaurismaki
Runtime: 98 minutes
This wry, melancholic comedy from Aki Kaurismaki, a clear-eyed response to the current refugee
crisis, follows two people searching for a place to call home. Displaced Syrian Khaled (Sherwan
Haji) lands in Helsinki as a stowaway; meanwhile, middle-aged salesman Wikstrom (Sakari Kuosmanen)
leaves behind his wife and job and buys a conspicuously unpro table seafood restaurant. After
Khaled is denied asylum, he decides not to return to Aleppo - and the paths of the two men cross
fortuitously. As deadpan as the best of the director's work, and with a deep well of empathy for
its down- but-not-out characters (many of them played by members of Kaurismaki's ever-reliable
stock company),The Other Side of Hopeis a bittersweet tale of human kindness in the face of
official indifference. baystreet.org

Saturday, February 10th - 6 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival Special Screening: NOVITIATE

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Director: Maggie Betts
Runtime: 123 minutes
In her feature debut, writer/director Maggie Betts offers a contemplative, affecting, and
complicated coming-of-age story about Cathleen (Margaret Qualley), a teenage girl who falls
"in love" with God. Set in the 1960s as the Catholic Church is roiled by the reforms of
Vatican II,NOVITIATEfeatures breakout performances by a cast of remarkable young female actors,
grounded by screen veterans Melissa Leo (The Fighter, Frozen River) and Julianne Nicholson
(August: Osage County, Black Mass). Entering a convent under the harsh tutelage of a Reverend
Mother (played to the hilt by Leo), Cathleen and her fellow hopefuls find an institution in
turmoil, where they're forced to reckon with issues of faith, passion, and devotion within,
and beyond, the church. guildhall.org

Saturday, February 10th - 8 pm
The Record Company
Kicking Up a Raw, Rootsy Racket!

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
76 Main Street in Westhampton Beach
Electrifying their audience with a powerful and authentic blend of blues n' rock, The
Record Company has earned their quick start to stardom. Their Grammy nominated album
GIVE IT BACK TO YOU is home to numerous chart topping songs such as "Rita Mae Young"
and "Baby, I'm Broken." This is foot-stomping, head-bobbing, hip-swiveling good time
rock n' roll show you won't want to miss it!

Tickets: $75, 60, 45. Please call 631.288.1500 for tickets and information

Saturday, February 16th - 6 to 8 pm
Family Night Performance and Workshop: Recycled Remix with Bash the Trash

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Come make some noise with Bash the Trash's interactive performance and workshop. Learn
how the band builds, performs, and educates with musical instruments made from repurposed
material, and make your own recycled instrument. The program culminates in a musical parade,
where participants are invited to join the band. Pre-registration required Please call
631.283.2118 for more information. parrishart.org

Saturday, February 17th - 7 pm
BroadwayHD presents a Screening of Present Laughter by Noel Coward
Starring Kevin Kline

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
At the centre of his own universe sits matinee idol Garry Essendine: suave, hedonistic and
too old, says his wife, to be having numerous affairs. His line in harmless, infatuated
debutantes is largely tolerated but playing closer to home is not. Just before he escapes
on tour to Africa the full extent of his misdemeanours is discovered. And all hell breaks
loose. Noel Coward's Present Laughter premiered in the early years of the Second World War
just as such privileged lives were threatened with fundamental social change. $18 ($16 Members).
Please call 631.324.0806 for more information.

Sunday, February 18th - 1 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival Special Screening: THE INSULT

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay + Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Director:Ziad Doueiri
Runtime: 112 minutes
In today's Beirut, a civilian dispute blown out of proportion finds Tony, a Lebanese Christian,
and Yasser, a Palestinian refugee, facing off in court. As the media circus surrounding the case
threatens a social explosion in divided Lebanon, Tony and Yasser reconsider their values and
beliefs as revelations of trauma complicate theirunderstanding of one another.

Friday, Febrary 23rd - 7 to 10 pm
Kick off the 11th Annual Winterfest Live on the Vine

Hotel Indigo East End
1830 West Main Street
Route 25 in Riverhead
Kick off the annual festival in high style at the Suffolk Theater!
Featuring music by East End Trio + Gail Storm along with tastings by Winterfest-participating
local restaurants, vineyards and breweries. Tickets are $50 in advance and $65 at the door. Tickets
are available at . Limited vendors tables will be available and will be accepted on a first come,
first served basis. Vendors will be required to provide a basket or item for a Chinese auction.

Friday, February 24th to March 18th!
11th Annual Live on the Vine WINTERFEST!

25 Magnificent Venues
23 World Class Wineries
72 Electrifying Performances
Live on the Vine is a 6 week mid-winter music festival running from February 23rd opening
and running through March 18th - taking place in Long Island's unique vineyard tasting rooms,
hotels and other venues on the East End. Winterfest takes place throughout Long Islands scenic
East End on both the North AND South forks.

It has been recognized for its cultural tourism impact during an off season and has greatly
stimulated the business economy during the cold winter months. Conceived in 2006, this event
is well on its way to becoming a regional and even national attraction with great growth
potential. In 2012 Winterfest Jazz on the Vine was awarded the National Destination Marketing
Award by Americans for the Arts and Destination Marketing International, a prestigious award
validating our work and our vision which includes expanding our overall musical selection
to encompass talented performers in jazz, blues, soul and country (hence the name modification,
"Live on the Vine") General admission tickets can be bought at the show venue in advance or on
the day of show. Hopper tickets, which are limited in supply, can be bought in advance at
certain venues and are also available on line at eastendarts.org. liwinterfest.com

Saturday, February 24th - 1 to 6 pm
Annual HarborFrost

Main Street + Long Wharf in Sag Harbor
Family Fun Day with Ice Carving, Fire Dancers + Grucci Fireworks Galore!
Special Sales, Live Music, *foodie alert - Culinary Stroll, Pancake Breakfast, Restaurant Specials,
Frosty Polar Plunge + way more! Please call 631.918.3097 for more information on tickets.

Saturday, February 24th - several showings
Hamptons International Film Festival Special Screening:

Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay + Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Runtime: 90 minutes (Animated Shorts), 120 minutes (Live Action Shorts)
The Hamptons International Film Festival is thrilled to offer audiences a chance to see the new
Academy Award nominees in the category of Best Animated Short Film and Best Live Action Short Film.
For the 13th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures, present this special theatrical
experience, which has become a perennial hit with audiences around the world. Don't miss your only
opportunity to watch the nominated shorts before the 90th Annual Academy Awards, which will air on
Sunday, March 4th, 2018. baystreet.org

Saturday, February 24th - 7 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival Winter Classics: STRANGERS ON A TRAIN
Q + A with HIFF Board Co-Chair Alec Baldwin + Artistic Director David Nugent

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Director: Alfred Hitchock
Runtime: 101 minutes
Based on the 1950 novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith (CAROL, THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY),
Alfred Hitchcock's psychological thriller shows why he was the master of the genre. When two
strangers meet on a train complaining of people in their life they'd like to get "rid of", they
hatch the idea to take care of each other's problems. In one of his final roles, and shortly after
being released from a psychiatric hospital, Robert Walker plays the psychopath who convinces the
doe-eyed Farley Granger (ROPE) of how fool proof his plan is. Following the screening of the film
will be a discussion with Hamptons International Film Festival Board co-chair Alec Baldwin and
Artistic Director David Nugent. guildhall.org

Sunday, February 25th - 6 pm
Guild Hall Private Member Reception
The Artist Curated Collection, 2018

Moran Gallery of Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
The Artist Curated Collection is sponsored in part by the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation.
Additional support from the Gerry Charitable Trust and the Robert Lehman Foundation.
Hiroyuki Hamada: Sculptures and Prints - Spiga Gallery + Alice Hope - Woodhouse Gallery
Sponsored in part by Jane Wesman and Don Savelson, with additional support from Bookstein Projects.
Please call 631.324.0806 for more information. guildhall.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for March

Saturday, March 3rd - 6 to 9 pm
The 18th Island Gift of Life Foundation Gala
Celebration of Life Community Cocktail Party

Rams Head Inn
108 Ram Island Drive in Shelter Island Heights on Shelter Island
Featuring Live Music, Chinese Auction, Open Bar, Light Fare + 50/50 raffle!
Tickets are $40 per person. Please call 631-749-0811 for more info. Buy your tickets online!

Sunday, March 3rd - 7 to 11 pm
Annual Westhampton Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade Fundraiser

Mill Road House
142 Mill Road in Westhampton Beach
Bagpipes, Raffles, Cash Bar + Music by New Life Crisis!
Grand Marshal: Jim Hulme
Parade Theme: "Come Together"
21 and over - donation $20. Please call 631-506-1473 or visit Lynne's Cards on Main Street.
The Westhampton Beach St. Patrick Parade on Saturday, March 10th starts on Mill Road and
Oneck Lane between the schools at 12 Noon sharp and move down Mill Road - thru the Six Corners
Roundabout - and down to Main Street. The reviewing stand is located at Main Street and Sunset
Avenue next to the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. Please call Charlie Killian at
631.680.4556 or email chuc59595@aol.com or info@whbstpats.com for more information.

Monday, March 5th - 6 to 10 pm
Annual Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards + Dinner

The Rainbow Room
30 Rockefeller Plaza (65th Floor) in Manhattan
Please save the date for an exciting and glamorous evening where we honor artists and philanthropists
whose work has consistently inspired and touched us. This year we will honor Audrey Flack (Visual Arts)
Gail Sheehy (Literary Arts), and Harris Yulin (Performing Arts). Special Award Honoree to be announced.
The Academy honors both summer and year-round East End residents who have demonstrated excellence
in the visual, literary, and performing arts. Funds raised from the Award's gala dinner benefit
Guild Hall's mission of celebrating the artistic spirit on the East End by educating, inspiring,
and enriching diverse audiences with excellent and engaging year-round programming. Awards will
be presented for Literary-Media Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, with a Special Award for
Leadership and Philanthropic Endeavors.

Some past honorees include: Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Laurie Anderson,
Steven Spielberg, Billy Joel, Elaine Stritch, Mel Brooks and Guild Hall board member Alec Baldwin for
Performing Arts; Edwina von Gal, John Alexander, Ralph Gibson, Julian Schnabel, Willem de Kooning,
Roy Lichtenstein, Bruce Weber, April Gornik and Chuck Close for Visual Arts; Jules Feiffer, Walter Isaacson,
Jon Robin Baitz, Kurt Vonnegut, E. L. Doctorow, Edward Albee, Joseph Heller and Joe Pintauro for Literary
Arts; and Special Awards to Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Dina Merrill and Peter Jennings, to name a few.
Please call 631.324.0806 for more information. guildhall.org

Saturday, March 10th - 6:30 to 10 pm
Denim + Diamonds
Ellen Hermanson Foundation Benefit

230 Elm Street in Southampton
Open Bar, Chef Tastings, Live + Silent Auctions!
Honorees: Dr. Louis Avvento + New York Cancer & Blood Specialists, Hampton Coffee Company Owners
Jason + Theresa Belkin and South Fork Bakery Owner Shirley Ruch. Proceeds benefit The Hermanson
Breast Centers & Ellen's Well. Tickets: $125/$250 and $75 for ages 34 and under.
tickets online!

Saturday, March 10th - 6 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival "Now Showing" Series:

1 Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay + Main Streets in Sag Harbor
Directed by David Leland (whose credits include the feature Wish You Were Here, HBO's Band Of Brothers
and the Traveling Wilburys video "Handle With Care"), CONCERT FOR GEORGE captures stunning renditions
of some of the most significant music of the 20th century, including "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
(featuring Eric Clapton on guitar, Paul McCartney on piano and Starr on drums), "Taxman" (performed
by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) and "The Inner Light" (covered by Jeff Lynne and Anoushka Shankar).
Lynne, Harrison's longtime friend and collaborator, produced the audio elements of the concert, while
Clapton oversaw the entire proceedings as Musical Director.

On November 29, 2002, one year after the passing of George Harrison, Olivia Harrison and longtime
friend Eric Clapton organized a performance tribute in his honor. Held at London's Royal Albert Hall,
the momentous evening featured George's songs, and music he loved, performed by a lineup that included
Clapton, Joe Brown, Dhani Harrison, Jools Holland, Jeff Lynne, Paul McCartney, Monty Python, Tom Petty,
Billy Preston, Ravi and Anoushka Shankar, Ringo Starr and many more. Tickets: $15

Friday, March 16th - 6 pm
PechaKucha Night Hamptons, Vol. 23

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
"PechaKucha Nights" is named for the sound of "chit-chat" in Japanese. The format is
simple: each invited presenter gets 20 slides x 20 seconds per slide to talk about
living creatively on the East End. This is a great opportunity to establish new
relationships, learn about local resources, and hear from the many artists, writers,
musicians, gardeners, farmers, baymen, winemakers, chefs, designers, architects, and
other creative professionals of our region. $10 admission + free for members, students
and children. Includes Museum admission. Space is limited; advance reservations recommended.
Please call 631.283.2118 for more information. Please call 631.283.2118 for more information.

Sunday, March 18th - 1 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival "Now Showing" Series:

1 Bay Street Theatre
Corner of Bay + Main Streets in Sag Harbor
This electrifying journey through the public and private worlds of pop culture mega-icon
Grace Jones contrasts musical sequences with intimate personal footage, all the while
brimming with Jones's bold aesthetic. A larger-than-life entertainer, an androgynous
glam-pop diva, an unpredictable media presence - Grace Jones is all these things and
more. Sophie Fiennes's documentary goes beyond the traditional music biography, offering
a portrait as stylish and unconventional as its subject. Taking us home with her to Jamaica,
into the studio with long-time collaborators Sly & Robbie, and backstage at gigs around the
world, the film reveals Jones as lover, daughter, mother, and businesswoman. But the stage
is the fixed point to which the film returns, with eye-popping performances of "Slave to the
Rhythm," "Pull Up to the Bumper," "Love is the Drug," and more. Jones herself has said
watching the film "will be like seeing me almost naked" and, indeed, Fiennes's treatment
is every bit as definition-defying as its subject, untamed by either age or life itself.

Saturday, March 24th - 4 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival "Now Showing" Series:
MASTERCLASS: ROMEO & JULIET Presented with the "THAW" Festival

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Comparing Franco Zeffirelli and Baz Luhrmann's cinematic interpretations of the Shakespearean
classic Romeo & Juliet, with an award-winning filmmaker. *Following the Master Class stick around
for Guild Hall's own contemporary interpretation of the great romantic tragedy.

Sunday, March 25th - 1 pm
Hamptons International Film Festival "Now Showing" Series:
Presented with the "THAW" Festival

25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
DIRECTED BY | Nora Twomey
The Breadwinner tells the story of Parvana, an 11-year-old girl growing up under the Taliban
in Afghanistan in 2001. When her father is wrongfully arrested, Parvana disguises herself as
a boy in order to support her family. With dauntless perseverance, Parvana draws strength from
the stories her father told her, and ultimately risks her life to discover if he is still alive.
Equal parts thrilling and enchanting, The Breadwinner is a timely and inspiring tale about the
transcendent power of stories, and their potential to unite and heal us all.

Sunday, March 25th - 4 pm to 7 pm
8th Annual Moveable Feast Benefit for Josh Levine Memorial Foundation

Dodds & Eder
11 Bridge Street
This year we have decided to again focus on working with Slow Food East End to aid their efforts
in supporting school gardening programs. Specifically, Slow Food will provide grants to a number
of young local farmers to work with the administration, teachers, parents and students of the 25
public schools on the East End which have such programs. The goal is to enhance these programs so
that they can become self sustaining from year-to-year. Proceeds from the 2013 dinner enabled three
master farmers on the East End to devote considerable time to assist the schools which have edible
garden programs. Go to the Josh Levine Memorial Foundation facebook page to see comments on the
success of these programs. Featuring donated food from local farms, fisherman, restaurants,
vineyards and merchants on the East End (including food from the school garden program!).

Joshua, was committed to promoting a healthy life style and was a beloved member of the East End
agricultural community. Your support of this dinner and/or pre-dinner party is greatly appreciated
and provides sustenance to Josh's passions and mission which centered on the education and wellness
of children.

Tickets $100 for Slow Food Members and $150 for Non-members. For more information please email
joshualevinememorialfoundation@gmail.com for more information. joshualevinefoundation.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for April

Sunday, April 8th through April 15th
SAVE THIS WEEK Foodies ; )
East End Restaurant Week is Here!
Annual Restaurant Week in The Hamptons + East End!!

Indulge your appetite all week long because from Sunday to Sunday, all participating restaurants
offer a three course prix fixe for $19.95 and/or $27.95 all night (except Saturday when it will
only be offered until 7 pm. Three Course Prix Fixe for $28.95. You can use OpenTable
to make your reservations or use our handy links for restaurants in The Hamptons!

Thursday, April 19th - 7 pm to 11:30 pm
Rock the Retreat with Booga Sugar

Stephen Talkhouse
161 Main Street in Amagansett
Join The Retreat for an evening of high energy dance music. Forget the winter blues, it’s time
for some Dance Therapy. Our mission is to provide safety, shelter, and support for victims of
domestic abuse and to break the cycle of family violence. When you support The Retreat, you are
publicly and proactively committing to support ending violence against individuals. Please call
Vanessa Petruccelli at 631-329-4398 or email info@theretreatinc.org for more information. Tickets are
$30 in advance/$40 at the door. theretreatinc.org

Saturday, April 21st - 7:30 to 11:00 pm
Annual *Spring Fling* at The Parrish!

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway Water Mill
Spring Fling Co-Chairs: Christine Curiale-Steinmuller, Maryanne Horwath + Laura Wynne
Spring Fling Vice-Chairs: Linda Kouzoujian, Alexis Mayer + Patty Oakley
Dance all night to electrifying live music by NOIZ, enjoy an open bar and delicious hors
d'oeuvres by Elegant Affairs. The local theme continues into the silent auction which features a fine selection of goods
and services donated by the East End business community. The entire evening is a celebration of
The Hamptons that year-round residents enjoy. Funds raised through your generous giving
to Spring Fling help to support these year-round education programs for children. Tickets are $200
or $150 for Museum Members and $250 for Patrons. Young Professional: $100 each (ages 21-30)
Tickets are limited. Advanced purchase recommended. Please call 631.283.2118 x133 or email
benefitevents@parrishart.org for details about the auction or any of the upcoming benefit events.

We will be adding to this + changing over to our Summer 2018 Calendar mid-May!