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Summer Events in The Hamptons
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Memorial Day Season Openers 2023!

Thursday, May 25th - 6 pm
Golf Outing Benefit at The Maidstone Club

50 Old Beach Lane in East Hampton
Golf at the historic, ocean-front Maidstone Club in East Hampton.
We are SOLD OUT for our Annual Golf Outing Benefit at the Maidstone Club!
We do have tickets available for Dinner & Cocktails only! $75 each ticket or
Tee Signs for purchase $195

Schedule of the day:
11:30am - Registration and Brunch
1:30pm - Shotgun Start
6:00pm - Cocktails and Dinner on the Veranda

Please contact the East Hampton Historical Society at 631.324.6850 or email
info@easthamptonhistory.org or visit the main office.

Saturday, May 27th - 12 to 4 pm
ARF Grand Re-Opening Celebration
Kick-off to the ARF Designer Auction

Animal Rescue Fund of The Hamptons
124 Daniels Hole Road in East Hampton
The Grand Re-Opening will unveil its Forever Home. The public is welcome to stop
by between 12 and 4 PM to see the critical improvements made to the ARF campus over
the past 21 months. In development for over a decade, ARF broke ground on the Forever
Home project in 2021, and on May 27, visitors will be greeted back in the Richard Wells
McCabe Welcome Center. The spacious, redesigned, light-filled lobby will also be home
to AR's small dogs and puppies, as well as the completely renovated catteries and kitten
rooms. ARF’s dogs will now live in a new 7,000-square-foot kennel building and will be
trained in the inaugural William P. Rayner Training Center. The new center is an 8,400
square-foot facility for year-round training, socialization, and enrichment for ARF's
dogs and will also host dog training classes for the public.

The Grand Re-Opening festivities will feature dog training demonstrations with ARF's
dog trainer Cindy LeRoy, kitten yoga demonstrations with Trish Geller, music by
singer/songwriter Sandy Rapp, the Dreesen's Donut Truck, coffee donated by Hampton
Coffee Company, and vendors including some of ARF's business supporters and friends.
Plus, meet ARF’s new Executive Director and CEO, Kimberly Nichols, and the cats and
dogs awaiting adoption.

The open-house style event will also serve as the kick-off to the ARF Designer Auction
which will run online May 27 through June 5. All are welcome to bid on great decorative
items for the home donated by some of the most admired designers including Isaac Mizrahi,
Marian McEvoy, Aerin Lauder, Kim Seybert, Madeline Weinrib, Miles Redd, Creel and Gow,
David Kleinberg, Ann Wolf and many more. Select items will be on view at the Grand Re-Opening,
as well as at the ARF Thrift + Treasure Shop in Sagpaonack.

All items can be seen at arfhamptons.org/designer-auction. All are welcome, including pets,
to attend the celebration and learn more about all the programs and services ARF offers. The
event is free for all, but guests are asked to bring a donation of pet food or treats for
ARF’s Pet Food Pantry. RSVP is not required but suggested so either call 631-537-0400
or buy your tickets online.

Saturday, May 27th - 5 to 8 pm
Music in the Vines with Dan Bailey Tribe

The Wolffer Wine Stand
The Wine Stand at Wolffer Estate
3312 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack

Sunday, May 28th - 6 to 10:30 pm
Annual Dan's Rose Soiree

Southampton Arts Center in Southampton
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
Toast the start of your 2023 summer season in The Hamptons in style as we raise many
a rosy-hued glass to the official libation of summer: rose. More than 20 rose wines from
the East End and around the world, craft cocktails and perfectly paired culinary delights
from 15 top chefs will all be flowing as The Hamptons kicks of another wine-loving summer in
our corner of paradise. Amid all the drinking and eating, guests will also stroll
the beautiful galleries of the Southampton Arts Center and dance the night away!

The Hamptons Parties + Events for June

Saturday, June 3rd - 4 pm VIP + 6 pm General
31st Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale + Auction Benefit Cocktail 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.

Saturday, June 4th - 6 to 8 pm
All Against Abuse Gala

The Church
48 Madison Street in Sag Harbor
Keynote Speaker: Tijuana Fulford, The Butterfly Effect Project
Honorees: Hana Sromova + Claude Okin, Sportime
The Retreat is honored by the individuals who are supporting All Against Abuse by being
a part of the event's Host Committee: Alan Alda, Arlene Alda, Joy Behar, Bobbi Brown,
Mark Consuelos, Ina Garten, Robin Hommel, Katie Lee, Gretta Monahan, Kelly Ripa, Mercedes
Ruehl, Nikki Silver and Leslie Morgan Steiner.

The evening will feature live music, along with signature cocktails and Mediterranean-inspired
offerings curated by Art of Eating. An online auction will go live on June 1 and close on June 4.
For sponsorship, tickets, and donations, visit allagainstabuse.givesmart.com.

Our paddle raise auction offers many sponsorship opportunities from $250 that helps a family
start over at their new home to $25,000, which supports comprehensive services for an entire
family that reduce the negative impact of domestic violence. Auctioneer Lucas Hunt will host
the exciting paddle raise portion towards the end of the event. Your donation directly supports
counseling, advocacy, and shelter services for survivors.

Bid on 2 tickets to see the hilarious Chelsea Handler at The Clubhouse in East Hampton on Saturday,
August 26 AT 7PM! Tickets include a parking pass and entrance to the after-hours dance party. The
All Against Abuse online auction includes incredible travel packages, artwork, and beautiful flower
arrangements, plus gift certificates for food and wine, fashion and style, and health and wellness.

Your support and commitment have allowed The Retreat to make great strides in bot addressing and
preventing abuse. Because of you, our community has access to prevention education programs,
counseling services, crisis support, advocacy, and a 24-hour hotline, all at no charge.

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

Friday, June 9th - 7 pm
Live: Job's Pub Piano Bar Night

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
Join us as we launch Piano Bar Night at Southampton Arts Center. For one night, SAC will become
an East End version of your favorite NYC piano bars. Whether you are a singer or just a lover
of musicals, you won't want to miss these enjoyable evenings of song and socializing. Bar
available all night!

For questions or more information, please contact us at 631.283.0967 or events@southamptoncenter.org.

Saturday + Sunday, June 10th + 11th
Landscape Pleasures Cocktail Party + Garden Tours

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill

Saturday, June 10, 2023 - Symposium
Sunday, June 11, 2023 - Garden Tours

8:30 to 9 am | Continental Breakfast
Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

9 am to 12 pm | Symposium
Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
Featuring conversations with Rebecca McMackin, Raymond Jungles, PLA, FASLA +
Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR

5:30 to 7:30 pm | Cocktail Reception

Ticket purchasers at the Sponsor level at $600 and above will be invited for
cocktails at a private residence.

SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 2023
10 am to 3 pm | Garden Tours
Self-guided tours with exclusive access to multiple gardens.

Associate Tickets:
Non-Members | $250
Members | $200
Each ticket includes admission to the Symposium & Garden Tours

Benefit Committee Tickets:
Benefactor | $1,000
Sponsor | $600

Each ticket includes admission to the Symposium, Reception & Garden Tours

Grand Patron | $7,500 (includes 8 tickets)
Grand Sponsor | $5,000 (includes 6 tickets)
Grand Participant | $2,500 (includes 2 tickets)

Please call the Benefit Events Office at 631.283.2118 x150 or email benefitevents@parrishart.org
for information on tickets and availability.

Sunday, June 11th - 2 to 5 pm
Inaugural 'Summer in The Vines'

The Wine Stand at Wolffer Estate
3312 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack
Join us for an afternoon celebrating the kick off to summer! We will be hosting our first
annual 'Summer in the Vines' so come taste the wine that epitomizes summer in The Hamptons
with a selection of Wolffer's newly released and highly-acclaimed wines! Enjoy bites from
Hamptons Aristocrat as you make your way around the tasting stations for Wolffer's most
iconic favorites including, Summer in a Bottle Rose, Estate selection, and our White Horse
premium wines. The vibes will be set with a live DJ playing the best summertime hits, lawn games,
and exclusive merch and activities, all included. With the backdrop of the spectacular views of
the vineyard - an sight you won't want to miss!

General Admission Tickets: $150 per person. 21+ years + over only. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD ON SITE!
Please contact info@wolffer.com or call 631.537.5106 x 6 with any questions. Tax and processing
fees are additional; all tickets are non-refundable. You must have a ticket to be admitted. This
is not a seated event. IDs will be checked at the door. Please have a last name for the ticket
purchaser to enter. Rain Date: June 18, 2023

Friday, June 16th - 11 am
Benefit: Architecture + Design Brunch | Tour

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
Event Chairs: Mark Fichandler+ J. Whitney Stevens
Host Committe: Peter Hallock + Deborah Heimowitz +Michaela Keszler + Elyn Kronemeyer +
Robert M. Lohman + Fairley Pilaro Siamak Samii + Mary Slattery + Sandra Walser +
Christina Mossaides Strassfield, Executive Director

This exclusive event explores the modern evolution of Shingle Style Architecture. Join SAC for
brunch, an architectural panel, and a tour of three Southampton Village homes that express
the modern shingle style. Featuring Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Kligerman Archiecture & Design,
and John David Rose Architects, P.C. AIA.

For questions or more information, please contact us at 631.283.0967 or events@southamptoncenter.org.

Saturday, June 17th - 6 to 11 pm
Group for the East End's Summer GALA
Monte Carlo Night at The Bridge Royale

The Bridge in Bridgehampton
Cocktails, Dinner, Dancing, Auction, Craps, Blackjack + Roulette!!
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 to get you dancing under the stars! Festive Summer Attire : )

Please contact Kristina Lange at klange@eastendenvironment.org or 631-765-6450 x216 for
more details.

Saturday, June 17th - 6 to 8 pm
Much Ado About Madoo Garden Cocktail Party + Market

The Madoo Conservancy
618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack
Join us for spectacular shopping at the Madoo Market with our favorite vendors, great street
food and cocktails!

At the Garden Market:
11 am to 4 pm
$10 suggested donation at the door

In the Garden:
6 to 8 pm
Tickets start at $315

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

Saturday, June 17th - 6 to 8 pm
East Hampton Historical Society's
Annual Membership Party

63 Middle Lane in East Hampton
Your generous membership support enables the Historical Society to educate children from
across the community about the history we share.

$200 includes one Membership Party ticket and an individual Historical Society membership
$500 includes two Membership Party tickets, a family membership, and inclusion in our Annual
Report and Donor Wall at Clinton Academy
$5,000 includes 5 Membership Party tickets, special recognition in our Annual Report and Donor
Wall, and "Season Pass" Membership that includes 8 tickets to the annual Antiques Show and the
House & Garden Tour, including preview parties, preview of the new Dominy Shops Museum
Exclusive concierge serve fall all Historical Society public programs and events.

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.

Saturday, June 24th - 6 to 8 pm
WHIMSY: A Garden Soiree!

Southampton Arts Center 10th Anniversary
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
It promises to be another magical evening in our sculpture garden with cocktails, gourmet fare,
and swing jazz. This is the perfect opportunity to support an institution which brings
so much vitality to our beloved Village.

$15,000.00 - HYDRANGEA - Dedicated bench with a plaque in SAC's Sculpture Garden +
14 tickets + special sponsorship benefits
$10,000.00 - PEONY - 12 tickets + special sponsorship benefits
$5,000.00 - BLUEBELL - six tickets + special sponsorship benefits
$2,500.00 - LILY OF THE VALLEY - four tickets + special sponsorship benefits
$1,200.00 - LILAC - two tickets + special sponsorship benefits
$350.00 - SWEET PEA - one ticket

Your support of this event helps to underwrite Southampton Arts Center's year-round programming
which features four exhibitions and 175 programs across all disciplines, reaching 50,000 people annually.
For questions or more information, please contact us at 631.283.0967 or events@southamptoncenter.org.

Saturday, June 24th - 7 to 11 pm
An Enchanged Evening
East End Hospice Summer Gala

Private Residence
40 Second Neck Lane in Quogue
PARKING IS AT 125 MONTAUK HIGHWAY IN QUOGUE w/ golf cart tranport!
Please join us at our Annual Summer Gala at a beautiful waterfront estate in Quogue. The evening
will feature cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on the lawn overlooking Shinnecock Bay and dinner, dancing,
casino games and a silent auction under the main tent.

Dorothy Pell Savage Good Samaritan Recipient: The Epley Family

Honorary Chairperson: The O'Brien and Conklin Families

Honorary Committee:
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Blank, The Rev. Dr. Charles M. Cary, Michael Cruise, Nelson DeMille, Yvonne Elliman,
Mr. & Mrs. John Kanas, Cristina & David Kepner, Susan Lucci, Maria Z. Moore, Barbara & Peter Sartorius
Nancy & Robert Treuhold, Adriana Trigiani, Cameron Winklevoss, Tyler Winklevoss

Music by In the Groove! Catered by Elegant Affairs Master of Ceremonies: Lucas Hunt
To purchase tickets or make a donation or inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please contact
Theresa Murphy at 631.288.7080.

Saturday, June 24th - 4 pm
15th Annual Get Wild Benefit
Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center Summer Benefit

Hosted at Sagaponack Sculpture Field
Wilkes Lane in Sagaponack

Honorees: James Hunter, Fred W. Thiele, Jr.
Chairs: Ingrid Edelman, Jane Gill, Missy Hargraves, Jonathan McCann
Executive Director: Chris Strub

Meet some of our feathered and furry friends and enjoy an evening of light fare, live music
and a silent auction, knowing that your donation makes a difference to the lives of the injured
and orphaned wildlife that inhabit this region.

Guests will be treated to live music, cocktails, light fare, and a silent auction. All guests are
welcome to the cocktail party, which will feature appearances by some of the non-releasable hawks
and owls that the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center has rehabilitated and now resides at the
Center. All proceeds will benefit the native wildlife treated at their hospital.

Tickets range from $175 to $10,000 - contact Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center 631.728.WILD(9453)
or email info@wildliferescuecenter.org for more information. Please accept our extra thanks for covering
the added expense of credit card processing.

Thursday, June 29th - 6 pm
Heart of The Hamptons Summer Celebration

The Wine Stand at Wolffer Estate
3312 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack
The elevated social affair breathes new life into traditional gala fundraisers, offering
a more relaxed, experiential cocktail party atmosphere, seeking to give American Heart
Association supporters, donors and partners a taste of what's to come ahead of the American
Heart Association's 100th Anniversary Celebration in 2024. We are looking to the future
- the future of healthcare, of cardiovascular health, and of the American Heart Association
in The Hamptons.

The funds raised at our event in The Hamptons will help educate families on the importance of
living a healthy lifestyle, we will fight to ensure our communities have the highest quality
and most equitable care and we will find cures for heart disease and stroke.

The evening will feature live music, open bar, hors d'oeuvres and small plates, lawn games,
a VIP lounge with chocolate and wine pairings, and an upscale silent auction featuring items
including VIP passes to the Hampton Classic, New York Fashion Week tickets, luxury goods from
a variety of designers and exclusive tickets to Hamptons Concours, courtesy of Ferrari, all
overlooking Wolffer Estate's vineyard at sunset. The event is sponsored by Life is Why sponsor
Mount Sinai South Nassau.

We encourage summer cocktail attire like sundresses for ladies and collared shirts for men,
and footwear that is appropriate for walking on lawns. It might get chilly as the sun sets,
so we encourage you to bring a light jacket.

Please contact Leah Davies at leah.davies@heart.org for more information about the Heart of
The Hamptons Summer Celebration.

Thursday, June 29th - 6 pm
3rd Annual Hamptons Jazz Fest Kickoff!

The Church
48 Madison Street in Sag Harbor
Hamptons Jazz Fest, produced by The Jam Session, Inc, is a series of performances that bring
world-class musicians in the fields of Jazz, Latin, and World music to a diverse cross-section
of populations in the End End of Long Island, held in iconic venues throughout July, August and
September. We also stage a Winter Series during the remainder of the year. We present dozens of
concerts at no or low cost. We collaborate with other non-profit cultural organizations like OLA
of Eastern Long Island, the Parrish Art Museum, The Church in Sag Harbor, East Hampton LTV, the
Bridgehampton Childcare and Recreation Center, the Shinnecock Nation, and others to engage the
diverse groups of the East End in our performance and educational events.

Friday, June 30th - 7 to 10 pm
36th Annual American Picnic with Fireworks by Grucci!

1030 Meadow Lane in Southampton
There is no summer tradition we anticipate with more excitement than the Southampton Fresh
Air Home's American Picnic with Fireworks by Grucci. Our gracious hosts, Danielle and David Ganek
welcome you back to 1030 Meadow Lane where festivities will include a fun filled carnival with
games, stilt walkers and magicians, a delicious American picnic, music, dancing and of course
our spectacular fireworks display over Shinnecock Bay!

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. It is the only Fourth of July fireworks family party
in Southampton! Please contact Tom Naro at 631.283.5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org for more info.

The Hamptons Parties + Events for July

Saturday, July 1st - 5:30 to 8 pm
Halsey House Gala
Southampton History Museum Summer Benefit

The Thomas Halsey Homestead
249 South Main Street in Southampton
The Gala takes place in the beautiful herb garden and grounds of historic Halsey House & Garden,
NYS's oldest wood-frame English-styled house. Festive wear is highly encouraged with dancing
in the grass to the Coverland Band, best known for playing the widest array of artists and
swinging pop hits from all eras.

This annual Gala typically welcomes more than 350 guests for one of Southampton's most beloved
summer gatherings. A full bar, generously provided by Herbert + Rist Wine & Liquor Shop, hors
d'oeuvres prepared by Clamman Seafood Market, including a locally harvested raw bar provided
by Conscience Point Shellfish Hatchery, uniquely crafted silent auction, all in a delightful
oval party tent with festive decorations to make a captivating evening.

Gala Chair for this year's celebration is Jean Shafiroff. Committee members include Doug Halsey,
Peter Hallock + Craig Mowry, Nancy Kane + the Countess von Salm-Hoogstraeten.

A Silent Auction with donations of home furnishings and artwork will take place during the Gala.
Items include a large framed print signed by POP Artist James Rosenthal, 400 year old bronze statue
of a Hindu goddess, dinner for 12 at a Gilded Age estate and many more.

Proceeds from the Gala support the maintenance and care of the Halsey House & Garden, all the
Museum's preservation efforts and fund the museum's educational programs at all the museum locations
and within our local schools. Your ticket to Halsey House Gala enables you to have a lot of fun and
help us preserve our Southampton's shared past.

Tickets are $250 till June 30th, $300 day of event; Young Adult 21-35 years old: $100 till June 30th,
$150 day of event: Junior 17-20 years old: $50 till June 30th, $100 day of event. Please RSVP and
call 631-283-2494 or email tedmonds@southamptonhistory.org for more information.

Saturday, July 8th {VIP/6} 7 to 11 pm
19th Annual Hamptons Happening

Hosted by Maria and Kenneth Fishel and Family
This year we are thrilled to be honoring: Chef Ralph Scamardella, EVP and Chief Culinary Officer, Tao
Group Hospitality, Lori and Scott Levine, co-founder of Scott's Protein Balls, Denise Albert, CEO +
co-founder of My Cancer Family, Anna Zuckerman, Founder + Chief Designer at Anna Zuckerman Luxury.

For information about sponsorship or participating as a food or beverage station, or questions
about ticket prices and VIP packages. More information to come!

Saturday, July 8th - 6 pm
Opening Night Gala for Holiday House Hamptons
2023 Designer Showhouse

279 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton
Holiday House is an interior design showhouse where top interior designers showcase their talent
to raise critical funds for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).

This summer we are so excited to be bringing our event to a brand new location in celebration of our
5th annual designer showhouse in the Hamptons! Our Opening Night Gala will take place on Saturday,
July 8th and the showhouse will be open to the public from July 9th through August 27th, 2023.
Visitors can enter the house Friday - Sunday from 10:00am - 6:00pm (closed Monday through Thursday).

Visitors will be invited to explore the showhouse and meet the industry's top interior designers.
General Admission tickets will also be available for purchase at the door. Tickets are valid for
entry on any day that the showhouse is open (see details below). One ticket allows access for one
person for one visit. General admission is $40 per ticket. Tickets will be $300 and can be purchased
via the "Book Tickets" button online. Please call 917-855-5944 for more information.

Saturday, July 8th - 6:30 to 11 pm
"Where Did We Go Right?"
Bay Street Theatre 2023 Gala

1 Bay Street in Sag Harbor
Drinks! Dinner! Dancing! Live Auction! Stars of Stage and Screen!

The evening will be a spectacular return to Bay Street's annual gala extravaganza,
but with special twists and exciting surprises, including Lifetime Achievement Awards
honoring Julie Andrews, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Matthew Broderick. Bay Street Board
Member Carol Konner is the Philanthropic Honoree. This new-fangled event will take place
throughout Bay Street Theater and will include a performance directed by Associate Artistic
Director, Will Pomerantz featuring Broadway star Derrick Davis, and Isaac Mizrahi adds his
hilarious thoughts as he oversees the live auction.

The evening is the presentation of a Lifetime Achievement Award to Julie Andrews, whose
passionate support of education and Bay Street has been continuous since its very founding.
Friends of the Theater, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick will be honored that
evening with the Joel Grey Lifetime Achievement Award.

The party kicks off with a surprise entrance and meanders through parts of the theater
normally only seen by performers and stars of stage and screen. The evening takes place
throughout Bay Street Theater, complete with cocktails, and special delights catered by
Peter Ambrose, with dining available even on the stage. The fun continues with a sparkling
celebration medley of songs performed by special guests, including Derrick Davis, who amazed
Bay Street crowds as Coalhouse in the 2022 Mainstage production of Ragtime.

In addition, Isaac Mizrahi will add his hilarious thoughts as he oversees the live auction.
The auction will include a number of truly special experiences including: A Viking River
Cruise with a choice of cruises through Europe, Asia, or Egypt; Le Bernardin & Beautiful
Noise, a lunch and wine pairing for two at Chef Cric Ripert's Michelin 3-star rated
restaurant along with 2 tickets to A Beautiful Noise. The Neil Diamon Musical; and a
luxury weeklong stay in a 2-bedroom WIMCO Villa in St. Barths with provisioning and
private concierge service. Guests also have the chance to purchase a Tiffany box
- only 100 available - each containing a small gift, with a chance to win a $1000
gift certificate.

The evening concludes with a delectable dessert and dancing on the stage or a singalong
for those who wish to let their Liza Minelli-style voices soar. VIP seats are $2500.
Single tickets are available for $1750, and Tiffany Boxes, are available now for ticketed
guests for $150 each. All funds raised go to support Bay Street's educational programs,
along with the hard work in creating inclusivity for everyone including 'Pay What You Can
Nights', 'Free Student Sundays', and a policy that "Anyone who wishes to have access to
the arts will have it at Bay Street Theater"!!!

Please contact Director of Philanthropy, Kim Fink, at kim@baystreet.org for more information.
or to purchase tickets online.

Thursday, July 13th - 4 to 9 pm
Opening Night Vernissage Benefiting Guild Hall
The Hamptons' Fine Art Fair

Southampton Fairgrounds
605 County Rd 39 in Southampton
Hamptons Fine Art Fair, the international fine art fair from the producers of ShowHamptons,
has announced their 2023 exhibitor list, featuring artworks by 85 select national + international
galleries. This year, the footprint of the fair has been extended to over 70,000 sq.ft. with over
$150 million in important post-war and contemporary art for sale.

Opening Night Vernissage Benefiting Guild Hall
VIP Vernissage - 6 to 9:30 pm

Thursday, July 13th, 2023
VIP Card: 6-9:30 pm

Friday, July 14th: 12 noon to 9 pm
Saturday, July 15th: 12 noon to 6 pm
Sunday, July 16th: 12 noon to 6 pm

VIP Pass - $200
Daily General Admission- $45

Thursday, July 13th
Rufus Wainwright's 50th Birthday Celebration

The Montauk Point Lighthouse
Rufus Wainwright, the acclaimed singer, songwriter, and composer, will celebrate his 50th
birthday with a one-night-only show, Fifty isn't The End A 50th birthday concert with Rufus
Wainwright and Friends to benefit the Montauk Historical Society.

The night, which is produced by New York-based Murmrr, will feature special guest performances
by Jimmy Fallon, Tig Notaro, Laurie Anderson, Loudon Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, Lucy Wainwright
Roche, Joan As Police Woman, Jenni Muldaur, Chaim Tannenbaum and more.

Host committee for the evening will be Julianne Moore, Isabella Rossellini, Cindy Sherman,
Paul Simon, and Liev Schreiber.

Tickets start at $150 and are on sale now, and can be purchased online.

Friday, July 14th - 6 to 8 pm
East Hampton Antiques + Design Show 2023
Benefit Preview Cocktail Party!

Mulford Farm
10 James Lane in East Hampton
The East Hampton Antiques & Design Show is widely recognized as the premier antiques and design
event on Eastern Long Island and a highlight of the East Hampton arts and social calendar.

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.

Antique Show Admission
Saturday, July 15, 10am - 5pm
Sunday July 16, 10am - 4pm
General admission: $15

$5,000 Benefactor: 8 tickets supports conservation treatment for our renowned artifact collection.
$2,500 Patron: 6 tickets provides scholarship for an underserved child to attend Marine Explorers summer program.
$1,200 Sponsor: 4 tickets pays for a field trip so local school children can visit our historic sites + museums.
$500 Supporter: 2 tickets
$250 Donor: 1 ticket
$175 Friend: 1 ticket
Gifts at the Donor level and up will be recognized in the event program.

Tickets for the Friday night Opening Preview Cocktail Party start at $175 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 $15. Ticket proceeds
from the Preview Cocktail Party benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.

Friday, July 14th - 8 to 11 pm
Parrish Art Museum's MIDSUMMER DANCE

279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Dance Chair: Laurence Milstein
8:30 PM | DJ Set
An evening of dancing, drinks, and delicious hors d'oeuvres in support of the Museum's
exhibitions, education, and programs. Held outdoors on the Mildred C. Brinn covered terrace.
Ages 21+

The non-deductible amount for each dance ticket is $150 per ticket for those who attend.
For further inquiries, please email midsummerparty@parrishart.org or call 631-283-2118 x133.

Saturday, July 15th - 6 to 10:30 pm
Parrish Art Museum's MIDSUMMER DINNER

279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Dinner Co-Chairs: Deborah F. Bancroft + Aliya LeeKong

6 PM | Outdoor Cocktails 7 PM | Dinner on the covered Mildred C. Brinn Terrace

Eddie Martinez
Sam Moyer
Hank Willis Thomas
Katharina Otto-Bernstein
Fred and Robin Seegal

The non-deductible amount for each dinner ticket is $250 per ticket for those who attend.
For further inquiries, please email bertramc@parrishart.org or call 631-283-2118 x150.

Thursday, July 20th - 8 pm
Murmrr x MRR Productions Presents: Mark Normand

The Clubhouse
174 Daniels Hole Road in East Hampton
Comedian Mark Normand has been added to ClubHouse Hamptons summer entertainment lineup along with
Chelsea Handler, Stephen Marley and Oteil, who will all appear through the season. Dubbed by Jerry
Seinfeld as the "best young up and coming comic," This one-man act is sure to get you laughing!!

Saturday, July 22nd - 9 am to 2 pm
Clothesline Art Sale

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
The Clothesline Art Sale is one of the most beloved and affordable art traditions in
The Hamptons since its inception in 1946. For 76 years, it has provided accessible
artwork to the community while supporting the local artists who thrive here. Throughout
our history, great artists such as Alfonso Ossorio, James Brooks, John Little, Jackson
Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Elaine and Willem de Kooning have shared their talents to
support Guild Hall in this unique annual fundraising effort.

Over 230 artists have entered the sale, and art lovers everywhere will flock to Guild
Hall looking for their next masterpiece. Works range in price from $75 to $3,500, with
all proceeds split 50/50 between the artist and Guild Hall.

Please call the Special Events at 631.324.0806 or email info@guildhall.org for more info!
Please note that we will only accept credit cards - no cash or checks, and there are no
returns or refunds. Rain Date: July 23

Saturday, July 22nd - 4 pm to 7 pm
Social Life Polo Match & Cocktail Party

900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
As guests enjoy the thrill of the polo match they will have access to an open bar paired with
hors d'oeuvres and preferred seating. Drinks + hors d'oeuvres by Elegant Affairs in the Champagne
Lounge. There is complimentary parking but we suggest taking Uber. Only 500 tickets will be available
for each date, so please purchase your tickets today! Rain or shine. Ticket range $200+ to $3700+.

Saturday, July 22nd - 6 pm
14th Annual Unconditional Love Gala

Private Residence on Gin Lane in Southampton
Event Chair: Jean Shafiroff

Proceeds from this event directly support the more than 5,000 animals
who enter our doors each year. The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation,
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is supported exclusively by donations
and grants from the community. From caring and finding homes for stray and
abandoned animals to providing low-cost veterinary care and dog training
so that animals can remain in their homes, the shelter has become a vital
resource in our community. Tickets range from $500 to $50,000. Please call
631.728.7387 or email info@sasf.org for more information. Way more to come!

Saturday, July 22nd - 6 pm
The LongHouse Summer Benefit
Midsummer Dream

133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton
A favorite annual gardent party across 16 acres of nature and art with delicious food
and drinks, live music, live performances and live auction. Dress: "Dreamily" :)
a CAFTAN! All proceeds support LongHouse education initiatives, the art and the gardens.

Garden Party - 6 pm
Dinner - 8 pm
Dancing - 9:30 pm

Please call 631.329.3568 or email info@longhouse.org for more information.

Friday, July 28th + Saturday July 29th - 8 pm
5th edition of the The Westhampton Beach Project

Great Lawn on Main Street in Westhampton Beach
The project was conceptualized by artist and President of the Musical Mime Theater,
Steven Colucci, who has been working in the arts for over 46 years and worked closely
with the famous Marcel Marceau. A local Westhampton resident, Colucci has made it his
personal mission to expose the younger generation to some of the art forms he has spent
so many years of his life dedicated to studying.

The annual free to the public event that features a combination of contemporary
dance, music, and delicious eats from local Long Island restaurants will be a
two-day event!

The project will kick off on July 28th, where celebrated singer Chris Ruggiero
will open the weekend. Chris Ruggiero gained national attention when he performed
on one of PBS-TV's broadcast specials. July 30th will feature The Parsons Dance
Company, a contemporary American dance company internationally renowned for its
energized athletic ensemble. Throughout the two days guests will be able to sample
bites from Insatiable Eats, Brunetti, Rogue Kitchens, The Wine Room at the Cottage,
Sobol and much more.

In support of the event, guests interested in making a charitable donation of $60
and up will receive a VIP seat on the Great Lawn, hors d'oeuvres, specialty appetizers,
and cocktails for the event. All proceeds will go towards The Musical Mime Company, INC,
the not-for-profit organization dedicated to assembling artists in all areas of creativity
and collecting information on corporal movement and furthermore on art in general.

Saturday, July 29th - 4 pm to 7 pm
Social Life Polo Match & Cocktail Party

900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
As guests enjoy the thrill of the polo match they will have access to an open bar paired with
hors d'oeuvres and preferred seating. Drinks + hors d'oeuvres by Elegant Affairs in the Champagne
Lounge. There is complimentary parking but we suggest taking Uber. Only 500 tickets will be available
for each date, so please purchase your tickets today! Rain or shine. Ticket range $200+ to $3700+.

Saturday, July 29th - 6 to 10 pm
The Nurturing Power of Nature
SOFO's 34th Annual Gala Benefit

VIP Cocktail Reception - 6 to 7 pm
South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center
377 Bridgehampton - Sag Harbor Turnpike

Our event, which in years past has been enjoyed by over 500 guests, begins with our VIP
Cocktail Reception from 6 to 7 pm featuring a special Tasting Menu donated, created and
presented by acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs. Our main reception will include an Honoree
Presentation, a catered buffet dinner.

This year the event will be hosted by Sissi Bohlen, Carole Crist, Anke + Jurgen Friedrich,
Kimberly Goff, Julia Haart, Chef Alex Guarnaschelli, Kim + Greg Lippmann, Susan + David
Rockefeller, Ada Samuelsson, and Sammi + Scott Seltzer. The evening will honor some special
friends of SOFO. Some of the honorees include Yvon Chouinard, Dan and Rae Emmett and family,
Basil Seggos, and Annette Sabin, the Matriarch of the Sabin Family, will receive the Post
humorous Animal Advocate Extraordinaire Award for her love of nature and wildlife.

SoFo's most important and exciting benefit of the year! Benefiting SoFo's educational and
environmental programs + initiatives and initiatives empowering families to be responsible
stewards of our planet. The evening will celebrate 34 years of leadership in nature preservation
and education, and growth from a small nature clubhouse founded in 1988 by SOFO Board President
Andrew Sabin and a group of South Fork naturalists concerned about the future of the area's
fragile ecosystems.

The evening will include a VIP cocktail reception with a tasting menu featuring bites from
acclaimed local eateries including Almond, Peter Ambrose, Bamboo, Bell & Anchor, The Beacon,
Centro, East Hampton Grill, Hen of the Woods, Page at 63 Main, Saaz, 1760 Homestead Farm,
and Shellworks.

Tickets VIP $1,400 / Individual $550 / under 30 $275 VIP Tables $2,750, $6,000, $10,000,
$15,000,$25,000 + $50,000. For tickets and more information please call SoFo 631.537.9735
or email daceti@sofo.org.

Saturday, July 29th 6 to 10 pm
The Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit
"the BODY"

The Watermill Center
39 Watermill Towd Road in Water Mill
A Night of Dynamic Performances + Featured Exhibitions by International Artists!
The evening will feature performances, installations, exhibitions, cocktails, and a
floating dinner. "the BODY" is presented by Van Cleef & Arpels and will honor American
artist Simone Forti and the late philanthropist, Baroness Nina von Maltzahn.

Generous additional support for "the BODY" will be provided by PFRANKMD by Dr. Paul
Jarrod Frank. The Watermill Center's Annual Summer Benefit celebrates art and
experimentation in support of the organization's year-round programming. Featuring
dynamic works by a roster of groundbreaking international artists, the evening will
invite guests to immerse themselves in a curated series of installations and performances
across The Watermill Center's expansive property.

Stemming from The Watermill Center's 30+ year association with performance, the 2023 Annual
Summer Benefit will center on the body's role in art making. "the BODY" will take a broad
approach engendered by diverse cultures and mediums, including time-based performance,
painting, sculpture, and video.

The evening features performances and installations by a dynamic roster of international
artists, including exhibitions by Guatemalan artist Regina Jose Galindo and Italian artist
Alessandro Di Pietro. Galindo's The Body traces her twenty-year career in performance art
and poetry. Curated by Noah Khoshbin, the exhibition at The Watermill Center serves as an
overview of her influential and award-winning works, including pieces that have received
the coveted Venice Biennale Golden Lion for Promising Young Artist. Regina Jose Galindo
is a recipient of the Baroness Nina von Maltzahn Fellowship for the Performing Arts at
The Watermill Center.

For more information on sponsorship benefits or to purchase tickets please contact us at
+1 (631) 726-4628 or events@watermillcenter.org.

July 29th - 8 pm
Murmrr x MRR Productions Presents: Stephen Marley

The Clubhouse
174 Daniels Hole Road in East Hampton
Eight-time Grammy Award-winner, Stephen Marley, has announced that he will perform for one night
only as part of the Babylon By Bus Summer Tour on July 29th at The Clubhouse in East Hampton.
The event will be produced by New York-based Murmrr and MRR Productions and feature a mixture of
original songs from Marley's renowned 45-year career as well as revitalized classics from his
father Bob Marley.

$1 of every ticket will benefit the mission of Ghetto Youths Foundation (GYF) to provide aid
and assistance, support and critical resources to people in need across the globe.

The Hamptons Parties + Events for August

Tuesday, August 1st - 7 to 10 pm
2nd Annual Moonlit Plunge and BEACH PARTY!
Heart of the Hamptons Benefit

Coopers Beach in Southampton Village
Guests will be delighted with the fun beach party and plunge (optional) under the full
moon all to support Heart of the Hamptons year-round Food Pantry and Assistance Program.
HOH provides $1million dollars in food support annually to The Hamptons' community and
serves over 1,400 local families. Enjoy music, games, small bites, bonfire, s'mores, drinks
and a plunge under the full moon. Plunge optional.

Their annual Polar Bear Plunge is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year
and this is Heart of the Hamptons' first ever summer event. All proceeds will go directly
to supporting the growing needs of families in our community. It has been an incredibly
challenging time for many. The cost of living is extraordinarily high, and rising inflation
has put an additional strain on our neighbors. Every attendee, plunger, and sponsor will
support Heart of the Hamptons' programs, which include groceries, clothing, and assistance
to over 4,600 individuals, including children, families, seniors, and veterans.

All attendees are required to register in advance whether they plan to plunge or not. Those
who are interested in taking the plunge can sign up and collect pledges of support from sponsors
(friends, family, co-workers, etc.). All donations are 100% tax deductible, and very much appreciated.
Please call Molly Bishop at 631.283.6415 or email molly@heartofthehamptons.org for more info!

Friday, August 4th - 6 to 11 pm
Guild Hall's Annual SUMMER GALA

Mulford Farm in East Hampton
Exhibition at 5
Cocktails at 6
Dinner + Dancing at 7!
Honoring Ken Wyse
Join us for our annual Summer Gala celebrating Guild Hall's beautifully improved building
and grounds. On this art-filled evening, we will honor Trustee Ken Wyse for his outstanding
leadership and enduring commitment to Guild Hall. Attendees will be treated to a special
preview of an immersive installation by artist Leo Villareal known for his light sculptures,
use of LED technology, and computer-driven imagery. Guests will begin the evening in our
newly renovated galleries as the first to see Leo Villareal’s exhibition, as well as the
remarkable survey Renee Cox: A Proof of Being, and then take a short stroll to Mulford Farm
for drinks, dinner, a surprise performance, and dancing by DJ Mick. Catering by Laurence Craig
and event concept and décor by Anthony Taccetta Event Design.

Tickets are limited for this event. Please contact
Kendra Korczak at kkorczak@guildhall.org or 631-324-0806 ext. 38 with any questions. Note
that all ticket purchases are non-refundable. Young Patron Tickets/Tables are for ages 21-40.

  • Diamond Table $35,000.00
  • Sponsor Table $25,000.00
  • Benefactor Table $17,000.00
  • Patron Table $14,00.00
  • Young Patron Table $5,000.00
  • Diamond Ticket $3,500.00
  • Sponsor Ticket $2,500.00
  • Benefactor Ticket $1,700.00
  • Patron Ticket $1,500.00
  • Patron Ticket $500.00
  • Cocktails Only $500.00

Tickets are limited for this event. Please contact Kendra Korczak, Director of Events and
Corporate Relations, at events@guildhall.org or call 631-324-0806 ext. 38 for more info.
Note that all ticket purchases are non-refundable. Tickets + journal ads can be purchased online.

Saturday, August 5th - 5 to 8 pm
Hayground Beyond Boundaries: A Gourmet Gathering

Jeff's Kitchen at Hayground School
151 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton
After 15 years as the Chefs Dinner, Hayground is pivoting to a new format for their
annual summer benfit soiree. The Gourmet Gathering will continue to feature their
most celebrated local chefs, each preparing a customer favorite, while our local
distilleries and winerieswill stock the bars!

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.
Tickets are $500 per person. All proceeds benefit the Hayground School & Camp.

Please call 631.537.7068 x 113 or go online top purchase tickets! LIMITED so RSVP early!

Sunday, August 6th - 8:30 am
8th Annual Race of Hope + 5K Run to Defeat Depression
Co-Grand Marshalls: Audrey Gruss + Arthur Dunnam

The Cultural Center
25 Pond Lane in Southampton
Check-in begins at 7:15 am
Walk + 5k Run begins at 8:30 am
(breakfast treats will be served at 9:15 am)
The Race attracts over 500 participants from the tri-state area and beyond to unite as
a community and raise mental health awareness and fund depression research. The Co-Grand
Marshals of the Race of Hope are Audrey Gruss and Arthur Dunnam, who is an HDRF Advisory
Board member and resides in East Hampton. The Teen Grand Marshals of the Race are Grier
Hammond Henchy, the 17-year-old daughter of Brooke Shields, and Hayden Lucas, an NYC high
school senior and leader of the newly formed HDRF Teen Task Force.

Newly-elected Southampton Village Mayor William Manger Jr. will step out on Thursday, July 27
at 10 am to lend a hand as the Hope for Depression Research Foundation (HDRF) kicks off its 5th
annual Week of Hope summer tradition in Southampton. During the Week, stores throughout Southampton
display a large, yellow HOPE balloon (environmentally safe and recyclable) in front of their doors,
transforming sidewalks into a sea of sunshine to raise mental health awareness.

Over 100 businesses are part of the Week of Hope, including Loveshack Fancy, Ovando, Poupette
St. Barth, and Veronica Beard, a major HDRF sponsor. The mayor will join HDRF Founder and
Chair Audrey Gruss, a longtime Southampton resident, to place the first balloon in front of
the Veronica Beard store (84B Main Street, Southampton) at 10 am.

Of course, after Mayor Manger and Audrey Gruss set the first balloon, there are hundreds more
to go! For that, HDRF will get the help of a cadre of teen athletes from Southampton High School
and their track coach Eddie Arnold, who will spend the morning setting up the rest of the balloons
around the village.

The Week of Hope also offers several other events to raise awareness and funds for depression research.
On Friday, August 4, HDRF hosts the Hope Summer Seminar "How to Talk to Friends and Family About
Mental Health," with acclaimed psychiatrist Dr. Samantha Boardman at the Southampton Arts Center at 11 am.

The Week of Hope, in conjunction with the Race of Hope, has helped to raise over $1 million for advanced
depression research. The Race is supported by local residents including Janna Bullock, Arthur Dunnam and
Roy Cohen, Alan Glatt, Jamee and Peter Gregory, Mai Hallingby Harrison, Kim Heirston, Tania Higgins,
Natasha Jeffries, Leonard and Judy Lauder, Sharon and John Loeb, Jr., Anne and Jacques Nordeman,
Kathy Prounis, Hilary Geary Ross, Nancy Silverman, and Lis Waterman.

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.

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 $40
million through over 125 grants for accelerated breakthrough depression research that
promises to lead to new and better medications and treatments. Please call 212.676.3205.
or register online! hopefordepression.org

Sunday, August 6th - 4 pm
Through Farms and Fields Supper
40th Anniversary for Peconic Land Trust

Port of Missing Men in North Sea
Our our annual country supper in celebration of our local bounty and the Trust's 40th anniversary!
Through Farms and Fields will be held at the Salm family's historic Port of Missing Men in North Sea.
This estate on Scallop Pond is adjacent to a thousand acres of protected land.

At this year's event we will honor longtime Trust supporter Howard Marks. Howard is the co-Chairman
of Oaktree Capital Management and has been a donor and member of our Trustees Council for over a decade.
He has had a significant impact on the Trust's ability to conserve land here on Long Island.

The funds raised from Through Farms and Fields support the Trust's mission to conserve Long Island’s
working farms, natural lands, and heritage for our communities now and in the future. Through Farms
and Fields would not be possible without the support of many, including our event sponsors.

2023 Through Farms and Fields Committee:
Carol Mulvihill Ahlers (Chair), Carolyn Brennan, Michael Daly, Hatsy Dresher, Nancy Goell, Carolyn
Holstein, Dede Moan, John Norbeck, Patty Orben, Judy Saner, and staff members, Amanda Abraham,
Yvette DeBow-Salsedo, Kathy Kennedy, Julia G. King, Bridget Micieli-Martinez, and Karissa Raynor

Please call Bridget Micieli-Martinez at 631.283.3195, ext. 13. RSVP by July 22,2023 or earlier!
To reserve tickets, please call Yvette DeBow at 631.283.3195 or ydebow@peconiclandtrust.org.

Friday, August 11th - 6 to 8 pm
"Cocktails to Save the Bays"
Peconic Baykeeper's Annual Gala Benefit
Cocktails to Celebrate Our Ocean, Bays, Lakes + Ponds

Private Residence in Southampton Village
Hosted by Richard and Jane Brickell
Honoring William McLanahan
Chair: Kim White
Baykeeper: Pete Topping


Water Warrior: $10,000 for 6 tickets
Shellfish Champion: $5,000 for 4 tickets
Clean Water Advocate: $1,000 for 2 tickets
Baykeeper: $275 for 1 ticket
Junior 30 + under: $150 each or 2 tickets for $250

Tickets are limited and non-tranferable. Please purchase tickets online.
You may call 631.653.4804 for more inforamtion during business hours.

Saturday, August 12th - 6 pm
The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation's
3rd annual Hamptons Garden Gala

Private Residence in Water Mill
Co-Chairs and Hosts: Patricia + Roger Silverstein
Vice Chairs: Doug Donaldson, Abigail Pollak + Susan Shin
The 3rd annual Hamptons Garden Gala will be an unforgettable night full of fun,
inspiration, and progress toward a cure for diabetes. This unique event perfectly
blends the finest aspects of a beautiful gala with the intimacy of a convivial
dinner party. The evening will feature a lively cocktail reception, a delicious,
seated dinner, unique silent and live auctions, exciting entertainment, dancing
under the stars, and more! Attire is Hamptons Chic. Catering by Peter Ambrose.
Emcee & Auctioneer is comedian Seth Herzog from The Tonight Show, Late Night + more.

For ticket and sponsorship opportunities please email MKesten@drif.or or contact
Max Kesten at 646.475.1574 or go online. GardenGala2023.givesmart.com

Saturday, August 19th - 2 pm {batting practice at 12 noon}
Artists + 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,
East Hampton Day Care Learning 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, Jim Leyritz, Jean Reno and Mort Zuckerman.

Saturday, August 19th - 6:30 pm
Bow Wow Meow Ball
ARF Summer Benefit

124 Daniels Hole Road in East Hampton
HONORING: ARF's Forever Home Project Team and ARF's Scott Howe
Presented by ARF staff and your favorite resident cats and dogs!

Please join us as we celebrate for the first time in ARF's history at the new
William P. Rayner Training Center! An evening of dinner and dancing at ARF
Hamptons in celebration of the animals and of course - THE PARADE OF ANIMALS : )
Catering by Olivier Cheng + Music by Peter Duchin Orchestra + Decor by Lisa
McCarthy and Alex Papachristidis

Top Dog $50,000.00
Premier seating for 20 guests + Top Benefactor recognition on all event materials + at the event.

Cat's Meow $25,000.00
Premium seating for 10 guests + recognition on all event materials + at the event.

Pick of the Litter $15,000.00
Prime seating for 10 guests + recognition on the invitation, website + event program.

Reigning Cats & Dogs $10,000.00
Preferred seating for 10 guests + recognition on the invitation, website + event program.

Alley Cat $2,000.00
One event ticket with premium seating + recognition on the invitation + event program,

Puppy Love $1,000.00
One event ticket + recognition on the invitation + event program.

Please contact Kristina Curatolo at Kristina@arfhamptons.org or 631-537-0400 x219 for more info!

Saturday, August 19th - 6 to 10 pm
10th Anniversary SUMMERFEST Culinary Arts Festival Benefit

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
Honoring Simone Levinson 2023 Champion of the Arts Award
Event Chairs: Lauren & Marty Geller, Jamee & Peter Gregory
David Levinson + Caterina & Charles Stewart
+ Helena & Rob Vahradian
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.

The evening's entertainment will be provided by Academy Award Winner Ariana DeBose and
Broadway Star and Grammy Nominee Jessica Vosk. Guests will enjoy food from Acqualina
and participate in a live and silent auction of works including celebrity photographer
Harry Benson, whose exhibition A Moment in Time: Iconic Images by Harry Benson was
recently on view at Southampton Arts Center.

Simone Levinson's commitment to the East End began over 45 years ago when she spent
her summers volunteering at Boys Harbor in East Hampton where her mother served on
the Board. Simone would spend summers at the home of program founder Anthony Duke,
where his vitality and passion for public service left an indelible impression on her.
This spirit of volunteerism instilled in her a deep sense of community and philanthropy.
As a child actor who appeared in film, television and almost 100 commercials, Simone's
lifelong involvement in the arts inspired her to lead the charge as one of the founding
co-chairs of Southampton Arts Center where she has served since 2010. It is here that
her passion for arts and community collided. She has worked tirelessly to galvanize
the East End community to come together and embrace the concept of repurposing one
of its most beloved buildings into a new arts center that would serve a broad audience
on a year-round basis with cultural content and education activities. This dynamic
programming is made possible through partnerships with a diverse slate of world-class
artists and cultural organizations. Southampton Arts Center is truly a shining example
of what Simone does best.

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the opening of SAC, she conceived of the idea
for Change Agents: Women Collectors Shaping the Art World, on view through September 30.
The exhibition features the collections of a diverse group of women who impact the cultural
landscape through contributions to established institutions, championing artists in the
earliest days of developing their practice, and expanding the public art sphere through
newly developed foundations and exhibition spaces. She, along with these pioneering women,
continue to drive dynamic discourse around contemporary art and further evolve the narrative
of the art historical canon.

Includes ten (10) tickets for the Southampton Arts Center Summerfest, listing as co-chair on
invitation and in printed program and one priority table. In addition, enjoy the benefits of
the highest level of our Friends' membership for the year.

Includes ten (10) tickets for the Southampton Arts Center Summerfest, listing as host on
invitation and in printed program, and one reserved table.

Includes one (1) ticket for the Southampton Arts Center Summerfest, listing as host on invitation
and in printed program, and four (4) passes to any of SAC's Paneled Events in 2023.

Includes one (1) ticket for the Southampton Arts Center Summerfest and listing in printed program.

Includes one (1) ticket for the Southampton Arts Center Summerfest

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. Please email info@southamptoncenter.org or call
631-283-0967x 13 for more information on tickets and sponsorships.

Sunday, August 20th - 9 am Sharp!
28th Annual ELLEN'S RUN 5K Race/Walk Day

Southampton Intermediate School
70 Leland Lane in Southampton
A 5K race / walk community event benefitting The Ellen Hermanson Breast Centers and Ellen's Well
on the East End. Runners, walkers, women, men, children, and families welcome!

Friday, August 25th - 5 to 8:30 pm
VI: A Night of Impact!
A Garden Cocktail Reception Benefit for Veterinarians International

The Baker House 1650
181 Main Street in East Hampton
Cocktails + Hors d'oeuvres at a historic location - rain or shine.
Choose your own Adventure: immerse yourself in our inspiring projects in Chile, Kenya
and Sri Lanka with experts from the field. Reception proceeds to benefit Veterinarians
International Programs offering training, critical equipment, medicine and infrastructure
to veterinarians working in human-wildlife conflict zones globally.

UNICORN EMISSARY - Sponsorship (includes 20 VIP tickets)

HONORARY VETERINARIAN - Sponsorship (includes 8 VIP tickets)

INTERNATIONAL EXPLORER - Sponsorship (includes 6 VIP tickets)

FORENSIC INVESTIGATOR - Sponsorship (includes 2 VIP tickets)

ANIMAL CARE PROVIDER - Sponsorship (includes 2 GA ticket)

VIP Cocktail Hour 5-6pm- 1 VIP ticket, Solomon Wamisigo portrait, meet and greet with
Dr. Scarlett Magda & world renown veterinarian Dr. William Karesh, all elements of general
admission. 50 tickets left!

A Night of Impact- 1 GA ticket Early Bird- Includes wine, specialty cocktails, passed
hors d'oeuvres, access to all activations & silent auction, heart coherence with the
animals meditation by Biet Simkin.

A Night of Impact- 1 GA ticket After Aug 18th & at the door-1 ticket Early Bird- Includes
wine, specialty cocktails, passed hors d'oeuvres, access to all activations & silent auction,
heart coherence with the animals meditation by Biet Simkin.

Please contact Dawn Strain at 516-719-7100 or eamil dstrain@djsevents.com for more information.

Saturday, August 26th - 3 to 7 pm
Inaugural Concours d'Elegance
Southampton Fresh Air Home Benefit

36 Barkers Island Road
Vintage Cars and Motorcycles
Boutique Shopping
Activities for Children
Cocktails +s Hors d'oeuvres
Valet Parking

Please contact Tom Naro at 631-283-5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org for more information.

Saturday, August 26th - 4 to 8 pm
22nd 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. 90+ artists who have answered the call to
create memorable boxes for this year's auction!

Leading up to the benefit, the boxes can be previewed at Hoie Hall on Wednesday, August 23rd,
and Thursday, August 24th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Wednesday, August 23rd, from 5-7 p.m.,
the public is invited to a "Meet the Artists" preview reception at Hoie Hall.

At the benefit on August 26th, a Silent Auction will begin at 4:30 p.m., and the live auction
will begin at 5:45 pm, with Lucas Hunt as Auctioneer. Wine and hors d'oeuvres are included in
the $100 benefit ticket price.

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.

Saturday, August 26th - 6:30 to 11:30 pm
Ellen Hermanson Summer Summer Gala

Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club
231 Midocean Drive in Bridgehampton
6:30 to 10:30 Cocktails, Dinner + Dancing
10:30 to 11:30 Bonfire on the Beach
Honoring Edna Kapenhas, MD + Victoria Schneps, President of Schneps Media
Gala Chair: Jean Shafiroff
Join us for an oceanside evening with cuisine by Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs
All proceeds to benefit The Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Stony Brook
Southampton Hospital. Please call 212-840-0916 or email info@ellensrun.org
for more info!

August 26th - 5 pm
Murmrr x MRR Productions Presents:

The Clubhouse
174 Daniels Hole Road in East Hampton
Chelsea Handler will perform for one night only!
Doors 5PM | Pre-show BBQ! | Show 7PM
Ticket tiers are Gold, Silver, Bronze + Parking Pass + Gimme Gimme Disco After-Party : )
A portion of every ticket goes to support Project Most and Pitch Your Peers.
About Project Most: Project Most is an after school and summer learning program for families in East
Hampton who want to provide their children with life enriching activities. About Pitch Your Peers:
Pitch Your Peers is a female-driven philanthropic organization focused on collectively funding grants
to non-profit initiatives that serve the East End of Long Island, New York.

Sunday, August 27th through September 3rd - 8 to 5 daily
OPENING DAY - Annual 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. Top equestrians from around the world
compete for more than $800,000 in prize money. National champion hunter competitors, Olympic
medalists, and scores of children and adult amateurs make up the field riding approximately
1,500 horses entered each year.

Besides the hunter, jumper and equitation competition, the show also features more than 80
boutiques, an international food court, pony rides, a petting zoo, special attractions, and
much more. Monday's annual Animal Adoption Day, features rescued dogs, cats + horses in search
of a forever home. Held on the 65-acre showgrounds right in Bridgehampton and located near some
of the most beautiful beaches on the East Coast, amidst the fashionable Hamptons summer scene.

In 2009, the Hampton Classic became only the second horse show ever to receive the status of
Heritage Competition by the United States Equestrian Federation. This prestigious status is
reserved for competitions that have been in existence for at least 25 years and have provided
for their communities as well as the horse community as a whole in an unprecedented fashion.

Daily: $20/carload
Free General Admission on Monday. LIHSSRD Competition only. Shops open!
Seniors free: Tuesday - Thursday
Kids free: Thursday
Reserved Seats for Grand Prix Sunday: $45 per person for bucket seating in all sections.

The show ends on Sunday, September 3rd with the $300,000+ FTI Grand Prix and FEI World
Cup Qualifer. Opening Ceremonies begin at 12 NOON in the Grand Prix Ring immediately
following the Leadline Classes with riders under the age of 8.

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

Friday, September 1st through LABOR DAY September 4th - opening 3 pm
77th Annual Shinneock Indian Powwow
Summer Benefit for the Shinnecock Tribe and the Shinnecock Presbyterian Church

1 West Church Street in Southampton
Drug and Alcohol Free Event
Gates Open 3pm Friday + 10 am Saturday, Sunday, Monday
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. Drum & Dance Contests & Dance Specials with over $50,000 in Prize Money

Tickets: $20 Adults, $10 Kids, Seniors & Handicap Advance Tickets Available -
Credit Cards Accepted - No Refunds - Schedule Subject to Change - No Pets Except
Service Animals. Free Parking!

Please call Shinnecock Tribal Office 631.283.6143 x 5 or email adminoffic@shinnecock.org
more information.

October 6th to 15th
31st Hamptons International Film Festival

East Hampton, Southampton, Sag Harbor + Montauk
10 day event now!! Over 100 films, premieres, red carpets, parties, panels and fun! #heckyeah

Saturday, October 7th

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. The annual Stroll the Sea Dog
Walk returns to Mulford Farm in East Hampton. Walk in support of ARF to Main Beach and back.

We will be adding to this Summer Social Calendar for 2023 in The Hamptons as they keep rolling in!!