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Friday, August 30th through LABOR DAY September 2nd - opening 3 pm
73rd 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

Fridays, September 6th + 13th + 20th - 5 to 8 pm
Start Your Weekend With A Warm Glow At Candlelight Fridays!
Candlelight Friday + Live Music

Wolffer Estate Vineyard
The Winery Tasting Room
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack

  • Spotlighting exciting musical talent (no cover charge)
  • Warm mulled wine priced by the glass
  • Wolffer wines by the glass
  • Specially prepared and priced charcuterie and/or cheese plates

Enjoy wines by the glass and bottle, savor cheese and charcuterie plates and drink in the cozy vibe.
Reservations are strongly encouraged when visiting the Tasting Room. Please call 631.537.5106 for more
info - no cover! Weekly through May 2020.
wolffer.com

Friday, September 26th through September 29th
Annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival

Bay Street Theatre on The Wharf + Old Whalers Church
44 Union Street in Sag Harbor
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! All shows RAIN or SHINE : )

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

Saturday, September 28th - 11 am to 2pm
Brunch in the Catios

102 Old Riverhead Road West in Hampton Bays
Join us and our adoptable cats for brunch and snuggles! We'll have over 100 adoptable cats or kittens,
some fun games and a cat themed raffle you can win! Be sure to stop in and fall in love with your next kitty!
southamptonanimalshelter.com

Saturday, September 29th through Sunday September 30th - 10 am to 10 pm
The San Gennaro Feast of The Hamptons

Hampton Bays Railroad Station
Good Ground Road in Hampton Bays
15 West Montauk Highway
The San Gennaro Feast of The Hamptons Committee is proud to announce the return of the Feast
this October! The festival offers a fun mixture of new activities as well as old favorites
like live entertainment, top-notch artisans, midway rides, fireworks, delicious Italian
delicacies and SASF will be there too! Visit the SASF + Lucia's Angels' booths at the San
Gennaro Feast of The Hamptons!
southamptonanimalshelter.com

October in The Hamptons

Fridays, October 4 + 11 + 18 + 25 - 5 to 8 pm
Start Your Weekend With A Warm Glow At Candlelight Fridays!
Candelight Friday + Live Music

Wolffer Estate Vineyard
The Winery Tasting Room
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack

  • Spotlighting exciting musical talent - no cover charge!
  • Warm mulled wine priced by the glass
  • Wolffer wines by the glass
  • Specially prepapred and priced charcuterie and/or cheese plates

Enjoy wines by the glass and bottle, savor cheese and charcuterie plates and drink in the cozy vibe.
Reservations are strongly encouraged when visiting the Tasting Room. Please call 631.537.5106 for
more information. Weekly through May 2020!
wolffer.com

Saturday, October 5th - 11 am to 4 pm
3rd Annual Paws on Parade

Grounds of the Rogers Mansion
17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
Paws on Parade is a fun-filled family celebration with the pets in our lives. Participants will stroll
from the Rogers mansion to The Bathing Corporation beach, a twenty-three minute walk one way. St. John's
Church will hose its *Blessing of the Animals* and be a water station. Limited return transportation from
the beach will be provided courtesy of Town + Country Real Estate. Explore family-friendly activities on
the grounds of the Rogers Mansion including contests, an agility course, auctions, photo opportunities
with Bay Street's Frandenstein Follies Halloween cast in character, face painting and much more! A light
snack wil be sponsored by Town + Country Real Estate. Come PAW'TTY with us to support the animals of the
Southampton Animal Shelter and restoration programs at the Southampton History Museum. NO RAIN DATE!
$20 in advance or $25 day of event.
southamptonimalshelter.com

SAVE THE DATE!!
COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND
Thursday, October 10th through October 14th
27th ANNUAL Hamptons International Film Festival

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

Saturday, October 12th
ARF DOG WALK

Mulford Farm
10 James Lane in East Hampton
Several hundred dog-owners gathered at Mulford Farm in East Hampton to show off their canine
on a joyous two-mile walk to the ocean and back, to benefit ARF. In 2108 we had perfect fall weather,
and the dog walk was our biggest and best. More information to come!
arfhamptons.org

Saturday, October 12 - noon to 4:30
Harvest Party at Wolffers Estate Vineyard

139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
Dance with us to live music, enjoy a bountiful and refreshed menu with dishes by Palo Santo,
Rolling in the Dough, and Fresh Flavors. Sip Wolffer wines and ciders, partake in barrel-rolling,
grape-stomping, a wine-making relay race, pony rides, a petting zoo, hay rides and more! We
are adding more games and activities for both kids and adults this year - it'll be great fun for
the whole family!

Again this year, we've partnered with Lyft to encourage responsible transporation choices pre-and
post-event. New uses can download the Lyfty appand use code WOLFFER for $5 off their first
four rides while existing users can unlock 25% off their ride to and from the event by using code
WOLFFER2019. NO DOGS. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD ON SITE - NO EXCEPTIONS!

  • Children 0-36 months: no charge but ticket necessary for entrance
  • Children 3-20 years old: $85 per child
  • Wine Club Admission: $144 per person + limit 2 per member
  • General Admission: $154 per person
Please contact eely@wolffer.com with any questions or concerns.
wolffer.com

Saturday, October 19th - 6 to 8 pm
An Evening of Specter

Port of Missing Men in Southampton
Special Guided Tour at 5:30 pm
​Join us at the exclusive and historic Port of Missing Men for a Halloween event like no other!
The Port of Missing Men is the private home of the Countess von Salm-Hoogstraeten and her family.
It was originally built in the early 1900's as a hunting lodge by her late husband's grandfather.
It is a beautifully decorated Gilded Age mansion with themed rooms decorated with museum quality
furnishings.

An Evening of Specter at the Port of Missing Men is a fundraising cocktail party where we will
be joined by our friends from the Long Island Paranormal Investigators to give our guests an
evening to remember! Guests are invited to explore the many wonderfully decorated rooms that
POMM has to offer and, for those brave enough, LIPI will be taking small groups of guests into
the 1661 Scott Cottage, which is attached to the main structure, for a glimpse inside the world
of ghost hunting.

General Admission: $500 Couples: $900 5:30pm Guided Tour of POMM + Cocktail Party: $1,000

Please call 631-283-2494 for more information on the event and to buy tickets.
southamptonhistory.org

November in The Hamptons

Fridays, November 1 + 8 + 15 + 22 + 29 - 5 to 8 pm
Start Your Weekend With A Warm Glow At Candlelight Fridays!
Candelight Friday + Live Music

Wolffer Estate Vineyard
The Winery Tasting Room
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack

  • Spotlighting exciting musical talent - no cover charge!
  • Warm mulled wine priced by the glass
  • Wolffer wines by the glass
  • Specially prepapred and priced charcuterie and/or cheese plates

Enjoy wines by the glass and bottle, savor cheese and charcuterie plates and drink in the cozy vibe.
Reservations are strongly encouraged when visiting the Tasting Room. Please call 631.537.5106 for
more information. Weekly through May 2020!
wolffer.com

November 6th - 11:30 am to 2 pm
Hope for Depression Research Foundation's
13th Annual HOPE Luncheon Seminar

The Plaza Hotel
768 Fifth Avenue in NYC
Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF), the leading non-profit dedicated to advanced
depression research, will hold its 13th Annual HOPE Luncheon Seminar, focused on the topic,
Depression and Anxiety; Diagnosis and Latest Treatments. As in previous years, an A-List
celebrity will attend and accept the HOPE Award for Depression Advocacy for speaking out
about their own experience with depression. Previous honorees and speakers include Ashley
Judd, Anderson Cooper, Brooke Shields and Ali Wentworth.

HDRF's mission is to fund the most innovative neuroscience research into the origins, diagnosis,
treatment and prevention of depression and other mood disorders bipolar disorder, postpartum
depression, post-traumatic stress syndrome, anxiety disorder and suicide. In 2010, HDRF launched
its Depression Task Force an outstanding collaboration of eight leading scientists, at the
frontiers of brain science, from different research institutions across the U.S. and Canada.
These scientists have developed an unprecedented research strategy that integrates the most
advanced knowledge in genetics, epigenetics, molecular biology, electrophysiology, and brain
imaging. To accelerate breakthrough research, they share ongoing results, in real time, at
the HDRF Data Center.

Please call 212-676-3200 or email hdrf@hopefordepression.org for more information. Tickets range
in price from $200 to $75, 000. hopefordepression.org

Saturday, November 9th - 5 to 7 pm
Ties + Tales

The Rogers Mansion
17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
Ties + Tales is a cocktail with a Jazz Era theme. The benefit takes place at the 20-room,
Rogers Mansion with furnishings and music from the 1920s and 30s. Guests will enjoy an open
bar with hors d'oeuvres in the period rooms of the mansion developed during Southampton's
Gilded Age. The Mansion is managed by the Southampton History Museum who has shared proceeds
with the Southampton Animal Shelter at their recent Paws on Parade event last October 5th.
A slide show of pets attending Paws on Parade and adoptable pets will be on display in the
main room while guests stroll amongst the rooms viewing our current exhibition.

Ticket Info: $75 for General Admission, $50 for guests 35 years old and younger. Ticket prices
increase to $100 and $75 at 4pm on Friday, November 8th. Please call the museum at 631-283-2494
for more information. southamptonhistory.org

Friday, November 15th - 7 to 10 pm
Girls' Night Out

Gurney's Spa and Conference Center
290 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk
Girls' Night Out at Gurney's returns for the fifth year. Enjoy a great night of feminine
fun with fabulous food, delicious cocktails, dancing and pampering in support of the Breast
Cancer Research Foundation and the Coalition for Women's Cancers at Southampton Hospital.
Show Your PINK for the Wildest Pink Outfit! FREE Jitney transportation: 4 stops from
en Hampton Bays to Gurney's. Special room rates available. 20% spa discounts after event!

Tickets:

  • Entry Level: $50 in advance/ $60 at the door
  • Support Level: $80 (Choice of 1 Treatment)
  • Empowerment Level: $160 (Choice of 2 Treatments, 5 Raffle Tickets + Gift Bag

Please call 631.668.1892 or 631-726-8715 for more information or email Susie Roden at
sroden@southamptonhospital.org !
luciasangels.org

Friday, November 29th - 6 to 8 pm
East Hampton Historical Society's House + Garden Preview Cocktail Party

Maidstone Club
50 Old Beach Lane in East Hampton Village
House + Garden Tour | Saturday, November 30th| 1 to 4:30 pm
Please join us on Thanksgiving weekend for our 35th annual House and Garden Tour. Explore five
spectacular East End properties while supporting the East Hampton Historical Society in its goals
to educate and preserve local history. A kick-off Cocktail Party on the evening of Friday,
November 29, welcomes in this year's highly anticipated House Tour. This annual event, now
in its 35th year, will be held at the historical Maidstone Club, ringing in the East End
holiday season in style!

Explore our Historical Past through a Kaleidoscope of Distinctive Houses:

By Sea, By Bay and South-of-the Highway
The East Hampton Historical Society's House Tour Committee has creatively selected five
houses that express the unique spirit of living on the East End. The society's annual
house tour offers a one-time-only glimpse inside some of our town's most storied residences.
Whether you tend toward the charm of a classic shingled cottage, yearned to take a peek at
well-appointed homes South-of-the-Highway, or prefer the clean lines of contemporary
architecture- this year’s tour offers a combination of houses that are sure to delight.

Views across Hook Pond to the Ocean, the Bay and Beyond
This unique Hamptons beach house was designed by famed architect Robert A.M. Stern (Mercer
House, circa 1973 - 1975), who revived The Shingle Style, a distinctive vernacular which
once again dominates Eastern Long Island. In an ever evolving search for a version of The
Shingle Style, Robert A.M. Stern strikes the perfect balance of traditional design coupled
with a modern vision in this seaside estate. Take in the views and smell the salt air from
a multitude of well-appointed spaces in this sprawling modern masterpiece.

Paying homage to history, this South-of-the-Highway gem took inspiration from Local Inns
that pepper East Hampton's Main Street
Located on coveted David's Lane in East Hampton Village, this handsome south-of-the-highway
haven pays homage to history and local lure. Inspired by the cluster of Inns that dot East
Hampton's Main Street, the homeowners created a warm and inviting retreat, with ample
intimate spaces, comfy common areas and stylish outdoor rooms. With a playful nod to a
bygone era, the homeowners affectionately named their house "Dowager Inn" equipped with
all the elements for spirited entertaining, including a series of banquettes known as
"The Gossip Pit" - a Gentlemen's Bar, and boutique hotel inspired guest rooms. If walls
could talk, Dowager Inn surely has stories to tell!

4 Barns Create a Home - Situated on the Scenic Dunes of Amagansett's Promise Land
Your eyes will be drawn to the views of Napeague Bay, but you will not be able to ignore the
modern architecture that draws upon archetypical East End forms. The concept of the house is
four barns. The original section, which is the Living/Dining & Kitchen, is modeled after the
De Menil Barn that was donated to the Town of East Hampton and is now the Clerk's Office. The
Master barn and Guest barn are connected to the main living area by glass halls. The Garage
barn is free-standing. All materials are natural, oak, grey limestone, and raw dark concrete.
Recognizing the importance of the scenic dune, all landscaping is seamlessly integrated. Dramatic
sculptures greet you at the entry and invite you to explore this modern take on the iconic East
End barn.

Federal-Style House by the Bay
Rich in Texture, Detail and Luxury
Known for his European inspired style, Marshall Watson creates interiors that are rich in
texture, detail, and simple luxuries - which are prevalent in his Federal-style house by the
bay. Founder of Marshall Watson Interiors, Mr. Watson suffuses his work in a subtle blend of
transatlantic and American design philosophies. His work is noted for its calm and lightness
of being. Classic is his hallmark. Enjoy this opportunity to see how a nationally recognized
designer designs for himself!

With a Nod to Long Island's Agrarian Roots,
"Millhouse" is a Modern take on a Hamptons Potato Barn
"Millhouse" plays on the shape of the simple shingled potato barn - an enduring East End
vernacular - to create a minimalist retreat located in the heart of the East Hampton Village.
The homeowners found a gem hidden in the overgrown brush. They were drawn to the history of
the house. The original house was a 2-building cottage shipped to the site from Montauk that,
in its day, functioned as Army barracks. The goal was to reuse and recycle as much as possible
from the existing structures and to create a homogenous space that was designed with a Net Zero
approach to living in mind. The added modern addition serves as a great room and centerpiece of
the residence. Expansive, dramatic, and light-filled, the contemporary intervention, juxtaposed
against the historical elements, resulted in a modern take on a classic Hampton's potato barn!

The House & Garden Tour is one of our most important fund-raisers, said the event chairman Joseph
Aversano. This year's tour is a visual feast of stylish houses. So, while yu're breathing in the
sea air and enjoying the varied terrains and architectural styles, your dollars will support the
East Hampton Historical Society's museums and programs, he said.

Tickets to the Opening Night Cocktail Party are $200 each, which includes entry to the House Tour
the following day. Tickets to the self-guided 2019 East Hampton House & Garden Tour are $65 in
advance and $75 on the day of the tour. Please call Phone at 631-324-6850 for more information.
Note: The Maidstone Club is open only to Cocktail Party ticketholders on the evening of Friday,
November 29, 2019. The Opening Night Cocktail Party is a fund-raising event for the East Hampton
Historical Society.

Tickets go on sale beginning October 1st. Tickets for the tour can be picked up and purchased in
to person at Clinton Academy from 10 am to 4 pm on Friday, November 29th or from 10 am to 3 pm
on Saturday November 30th. Tickets can also be purchased online : )
easthamptonhistory.org

December in The Hamptons

SAVE THE DATE!
December 5th - 9th
Annual Hamptons Documentary Film Festival

Bay Street Theatre
1 Bay Street on The Wharf in Sag Harbor
Stimulating documentary films from top local filmmaking talent and famed "legends" in the business.
Features, shorts and student selections plus Q/As with filmmakers/audience.

  • Seniors: $13 (no online sales)
  • Gala Honoring Robert Kenner 12/7: $60
  • Spotlight Films 12/6 + 12/8 $25
  • Festival Pass: $200 for ALL films & Gala I
  • Individual Film Tickets: $15 each

Festival Passes $200 must be picked up at the box office at Bay Street Theater. For more info on tickets
please call 631.725.9500 or email boxoffice@baystreet.org - more info on documentaries and programs online.
hamptonsdocfest.com

Fridays, December 6 + 13 + 20 + 27 - 5 to 8 pm
Start Your Weekend With A Warm Glow At Candlelight Fridays!
Candelight Friday + Live Music

Wolffer Estate Vineyard
The Winery Tasting Room
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack

  • Spotlighting exciting musical talent - no cover charge!
  • Warm mulled wine priced by the glass
  • Wolffer wines by the glass
  • Specially prepapred and priced charcuterie and/or cheese plates

Enjoy wines by the glass and bottle, savor cheese and charcuterie plates and drink in the cozy vibe.
Reservations are strongly encouraged when visiting the Tasting Room. Please call 631.537.5106 for
more information. Weekly through May 2020!
wolffer.com

Friday, December 7th - 7 pm
East Meets West Holiday Spectacular
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Fundraiser

142 Mill Road in Westhampton Beach
This collaboration betweeen WHBPAC's Art Academy and our Fabulous Variety Show will feature
over fifty student performers ages 5 to 85 alongside professional singers and dancers
creating an unforgettable celebration of the holidays! This mash-up of song, dance and
theatre will feature holiday classics and fresh takes on the season. Tickets are $25 apiece.
For more information please call 631.288.3337 or email info@whbpac.org and to buy tickets!!
whbpac.org

December 7th - 10 am to 4 pm
8th Annual Artisanal Food + Craft Bazaar
"Homegrown For The Holidays"

Hayground School
151 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton
The bazaar will feature the work of more than 50 local artists, food purveyors, and vendors,
including handcrafted items by Morelands Upcycling, Sag Harbor Glass, Green Door Woodworks,
and Handmade in Sag Harbor; art by Danielle Leef Photography, Scales and Tails Prints, Dennis
Bontempo Photography, and Mary Jaffe Pottery; and food by South Fork Bakery and Stars Cafe.

The event, which is free to the public, will also feature kids crafts, raffles for specialty
items, holiday music plus an eco-friendly gift-wrapping station! Vendor fees support Hayground
School's academic programs, and sales at the event directly support local artists and business
owners. Founded in 1996, Hayground School offers children age 3 through 13 a hands-on education
based on mentorship, student-led inquiry, and authentic endeavors in the arts, sciences, and
humanities. Please email HomegrownForTheHolidays@gmail.com or call for more information.
hayground.org

Saturday, December 7th - 2:30 to 3:30pm
Tree of Lights on Shelter Island
East End Hospice Tree of Lights Celebration

Tree of Lights Cutchogue, East Hampton + Westhampton Beach
Tree of Lights Celebration an occasion that honors the memory of friends and family members with
special tributes, spoken remembrances and music. Ornaments are hung a tree in memory of our loved
ones. Ceremonies will occur simultaneously in the following locations at 2:30 pm on Sunday,
December 8th.

  • The Gazebo at the Village Green - Main Street, Westhampton Beach
  • The Gazebo at Herrick Park - Newtown Lane, East Hampton
  • The Cutchogue Village Green - Main Road (Route 25), Cutchogue

Light refreshments will be served following the ceremonies. Please call the EEH development office
at 631.288.7080 for more information. You can go online to place an ornament on the tree. here

Saturday, December 7th - 5 to 7 pm
Hearthside Cheer Designer Tree Auction

Rogers Mansion
17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
The historic Rogers Mansion will be decorated floor to ceiling for the holidays. Table-top
trees and wreaths decorated by select designers will up for auction. Cocktails and hors
d'oeuvres will be served provided by The Golden Pear and Herbert + Rist. Wear your holiday
BEST and join us for this festive event! Silent Auction bidding begins during the Preview
Day on Friday, December 6th from 1 to 4 pm. Advance tickets $65 for 36 and over + junior
tickets are $35 - Day Of tickets $80 + junior tickts $45 for 21 to 35 years old. Tickets
can be purchased online or please call 631-283-2494 for more information.
southamptonhistory.org

Saturday, December 7th - 6 to 9 pm
Maureen's Haven Winter Benefit

Seasons of Southampton
15 Prospect Street in Southampton
Please join us for a very special fun-filled evening with light bites, complimentary glass of
wine/beer, cash bar, silent auction , dancing and featuring music by DJ Michael and East End
Entertainment, as we help raise awareness of the homeless problem on the East End and raise funds
so we can continue to provide vital services for those in need especially during the harsh winter
months and the homeless. The cost per ticket is $50.00 and can be purchased online. Please call
631-727-6831 for more information.
winterbenefit

Saturday, December 7th - 6pm to 8pm
10th Anniversary of Lighting of the Vines

139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
A silent auction of holiday wreaths designed by community artists, designers and business owners.
Proceeds of the wreath auction benefit The Retreat whose mission is to provide safety, shelter and
support for victims of domestic abuse and to break the cycle of family violence. The awe-inspiring
lighting of the vines, when 15,000 LED lights illuminate our winter vineyard rows - a sight to behold!
Festive holiday jazz by Vanessa Trouble and locally-sourced hors d'oeuvres, wine, mulled wine and more!

Tickets are $95 for guests 7 years old and up, $35 for kids 1-6 years old. Tax and processing fees
additional. There are NO REFUNDS for this event.Happy Holidays from Wolffer Estate Vineyard! Please
feel free to drive and park for free at the Estate, but if you are planning on drinking please plan
ahead and use public transportation! Use code WOLFFER in your Lyft app to get $5 off your first ride!
Join us for our 10th Anniversary of this holiday event that will warm your heart and light your way
toward a festive holiday season!

Please email evelasquez@wolffer.com or call 631-537-5106 ext. 917 with any questions! Tickets are NOT
TRANSFERABLE, and NO REFUNDS are given for this event.
wolffer.com

Thursday, December 12th - 5 to 8 pm
Talkhouse Christmas Party

The Stephen Talkhouse
Main Street in Amagansett
Please donate an unwrapped NEW toy, clothing, jacket etc for local families of children in need.
We will have a movie by Joe Lauro and drinks so please join us! 21 + over.
stephentalkhouse.com

Saturday, December 14th - 10 am sharp!
Annual Polar Bear Plunge! brrrr

Cooper's Beach
Meadow Lane in Southampton Village
Get Ready to Jump in the Ocean!
We need to raise money every year for our Food Pantry. 350 local families depend on us for food and
help. Many of the people we help are your friends and neighbors. To take the Plunge, you must either
give or get a minimum of $25.00. If you collect at least $25 from sponsors, your registration is free.
If you don't get any donations, you'll pay a $25 Registration Fee to plunge. All plungers just might
receive a free Polar Bear Plunge 2017 hat. Wear a costume! That makes it even more fun!

You will register and sign a waiver on the day of the Plunge. Registration is in the Pavilion at Cooper's
Beach. Turn in money and donation sheet when you register. Arrive BEFORE 9:30 am to register - the Plunge
is at 10 am sharp. heartofthehamptons.org

Saturday, December 14th - 10 pm
Ugly Sweater Christmas Party!

The Stephen Talhouse
161 Main Street in Amagansett
Hello Brooklyn is a hip-hop and pop band from New York City. Since the band's creation in 2011,
many talented musicians have helped shape and mold Hello Brooklyn's sound into its signature
energetic singalong dance party that performs over 100 times per year. The band is fronted by
lead vocalist Liz R. (NYU/Columbia) and keyboard / saxophone / rapper Ray Ramos (Villanova).
The duo is currently starting their 5th year together on stage. Drummer Jeff Hatcher (NYU)
has been with the band since March 2013. Anthony Rubbo (Montclair University/NYU) returns
to the band in 2016 after spending the past year on tour with Ryn Weaver. Karl Markgraf
(University of Northern Colorado) joined the band on bass in November 2015. Ticket Price:
$10.00 + Restrictions: 21 & over. Please call 631-267-3117 or email info@stephentalkhouse.com
for more details. stephentalkhouse.com

Tuesday, December 31st - 7 pm
G. E. SMITH's Special New Year's Eve Performance!

The Stephen Talkhouse
161 Main Street in Amagansett
General Admission: $30 to $50 - ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 21 & over please.
Please call 631-267-3117 or email info@stephentalkhouse.com for more details.
stephentalkhouse.com

Saturday, December 31st - 10 pm
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY W/ Booga Sugar

The Stephen Talkhouse
161 Main Street in Amagansett
They have created a visionary sound that evokes a Studio 54 revival veering towards pop bliss
performing an eclectic mix of Rock, Pop, R&B, Funk and Disco hits from throughout the decades
while whipping their audiences into an arena rocklike euphoria with their mind blowing mash-ups
and epic segues. Founded by former Geffen recording artist Tim Cloherty, Booga Sugar's high-energy
performance delivers no shortage of charmingly fun and prolifically crafted hits of their own too.
Booga Sugar rocks The Hamptons all summer long, and sells out venues in NYC and the NY metro area
year round. As New York's #1 Premiere party band, they are the ultimate addition to any event. The
club-ready sound that is Booga Sugar will leave you hungry for more. This is dance music so perfect
it can't help but move you.

General Admission: $30.00 - ALL SALES ARE FINAL. 21 & over please.
Please call 631-267-3117
or email info@stephentalkhouse.com for more details.
stephentalkhouse.com

New Year's Eve, December 31st - 9 pm
Gurney's New Year's Eve Gala!
The Roaring 20s

Gurney's Inn Resort & Spa
290 Old Montauk Highwat in Montauk
Ring in 2020 at Gurney's Montauk as you take a step back in time to The Roaring 20's. Wear your best
Gatsby-inspired attire as you dance to live 20's-inspired jazz and a DJ, toast to the New Year with
a glass of bubbly, and experience a weekend full of programming from champagne sabering classes to
fitness pop-ups and our annual New Year's Day Polar Plunge. 

Admission includes all-night premium open bar,including champagne and specialty drinks like The French
75 and Gin Rickey. Raw Bar and passed hors d'oeuvres prepared by Chef Dane, a live jazz band and DJ set.
Tickets are $195 per person ticket price, plus service charge and sales tax. Please call (631) 668-1771
or email holidays@gurneysmontauk.com
to purchase tickets!
gurneysinn.com

Saturday, December 31st - 7 pm to 4 am January 1st, 2020!
Southampton Social Club New Year's Eve Party

256 Elm Street in Southampton
Ring in the new year with dinner, dancing + bottle table options!
21 & over. Please call
631.287.1400 for more information and reservations.
southamptonsocialclub.com

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! We will be changing over to our Winter 2020 Calendar so come on back!