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Summer Events in The Hamptons
...this is the 2021 events list...LOADS more coming!!

Memorial Day Season Openers 2021!

Thursday, May 27th - 12 noon to 8 pm
Wolffer's Weekend Opener
Wine Stand Reopens May 27th for the Summer!

Wolffer Estate Vineyard
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack

  • Wine Stand seating is for walk-ins only, no reservations
  • Parties of 8 or less
  • Enjoy our wines by the glass or bottle
  • We also offer a variety of our No. 139 Ciders
  • A selection of food items will be available on our bar menus,
    served in take-out containers to take back to your seat
  • All food and wine orders to be taken at our outdoor back patio
  • Expect a mix of lounge seating and our lawn
  • Masks required while on premise, except when seated
  • Please note, outside food is not permitted and no dogs
Please call 631.537.5106 or emailm info@wolffer.com for more information.
wolffer.com

Friday, May 28th - 8 pm
LATIN MOON + SOUL presented by Guild Hall and OLA

John Drew Backyard Theater at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Join us for Latin Moon & Soul - an intimate and evocative evening of music under the stars featuring
romantic boleros, jazz, funk, and Latin chill with music by Danni Medina, Four Billion Years, and
Latin Moon with Hannah Chavez. Latin Moon is a multicultural band that fuses Latin rhythms with funk,
rock, and pop. Its six members are from Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Ecuador, and the US. They are directed
by musician, composer, and music producer Willy Fuentes, along with his daughter Carolina Fuentes, who
is also a composer and music producer as well as a percussionist (Mila Tina). Both have also been founding
members of various musical projects in the Hamptons, including Mr. No-Shame and Conga Cartel.

Following current New York State guidelines, Guild Hall will no longer require six feet of social distancing
in the John Drew Backyard Theater. Guests ages 5 and up must show proof of full vaccination or recent negative
COVID-19 test results. $35 per person.
guildhall.org

ALL MD Weekend EXTRA for Guild Hall
The Hamptons Memorial Day Weekend Scavenger
(of sorts) Presented by Exploring Paths!

All Memorial Day Weekend programs at Guild Hall are part of the challenge, and you can choose Guild Hall as
your charity of choice when you register.
guildhall.org

Sunday, May 30th 6 pm to 7:15 pm
Cornelius Eady Trio

Guild Hall 158 Main Street in East Hampton
National Book Award winner and Pulitzer prize nominated poet Cornelius Eady has set his poetry to song with
the Cornelius Eady Trio. Eady's songs tell the story of passing time, the Black American experience and the
blues in the style of Folk & Americana music. Guitarists Charlie Rauh & Lisa Liu join Eady to create layered
and graceful arrangements to bolster Eady's adept craftsmanship as a songwriter, lyricist, & poet. At Guild
Hall, they will be performing selections from their latest album, DON'T GET DEAD, or: how to sing your way
through a barbwire year (BandCamp) songs that were written and recorded in lock down during the first wave
of the pandemic, from March 2020 to March 2021, and were featured on the BBC Radio 4 series SHOCK WAVE.

Following current New York State guidelines, Guild Hall will no longer require six feet of social distancing
in the John Drew Backyard Theater (with the exception of our KidFEST shows). Guests ages 5 and up attending
any show besides a KidFEST performance must show proof of full vaccination or recent negative COVID-19 test
results. $40 per person.
guildhall.org

The Hamptons Parties + Events for June

Wednesday, June 2nd - 8:30 pm
HamptonFilm Summer Movies!
Kickoff Film: Surf Classic THE ENDLESS SUMMER II!

Join us on Wednesdays for FREE movies - yes, ALL summer long!!
Herrick Park
67 Newtown Lane in East Hampton Village
hamptonsfilmfest.org

Saturday, June 5th - 5 pm
Peconinic Benefit (virtual)

Over the years, the Peconic Land Trust has welcomed you to our preserves and local farms to celebrate our
two Annual Special Events. This year, we will be bringing the outdoors to your home through videos, trivia
questions, local products and much more. We hope you join us!
pe - con -in -ic (noun)
1. a picnic
2. a potluck
3. a friendly gathering in celebration of land conservation
4. a special thank you to all supporters of the Peconic Land Trust

Please Join Us for a Very Special Trivia Hour with John v.H. Halsey and the board and staff of the Peconic Land Trust.
Tune in on zoom to show your nature knowledge and answer your way to special prizes! While we "celebrate" virtually
this year, we look forward to connecting with you online and in spirit. Please call us at 631.283.3195 ext.12
or email Yvette DeBow at YDeBow@PeconicLandTrust.org orBridget Micieli-Martinez at BMartinez@PeconicLandTrust.org
peconiclandtrust.org

Saturday, June 5th - 11 am + 1:30 + 6:30 pm
Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale + Auction

Southampton Fresh Air Home
36 Barkers Island Road in Southampton
The 29th Annual Southampton Fresh Air Home's Decorators-Designers-Dealers (D-D-D) Sale + Auction will be
held on Saturday, June 5, 2021. For the safety of our guests, volunteers and staff, we will be offering
4 separate 2-hour limited capacity shopping windows.

Please note that while Covid-19 restrictions are easing, masks will be mandatory inside all buildings at the event.
Guests must follow capacity limits posted at the entrance of each room!

Brunch 11 am to 1 pm (very limited availability)

Lunch 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Tea 4 pm to 6 pm

Cocktails 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

As always, the fabulous furniture sale will feature designer furniture and rare antiques, gently used and new
home furnishings, decorative accessories, and much more. Expect a silent auction, cocktails and delicious treats
throughout the day. Your entry into the event will be determined based on your ticket level and the date of purchase,
so the earlier you commit, the closer to the front of the line you will be. We hope you will join us in support of
our year-round programs for youth with physical disabilities. Please call 631-283-5847 for more information.
open invitation

Saturday, June 5th - 6 pm
All Against Abuse Virtual Benefit for The Retreat

We will gather in celebration of survivors and the life-changers who help them thrive. Guests include Ali Wentworth,
Brooke Shields, Gloria Gaynor, Joy Behar, and Alan Alda, with a special musical introduction.

Registration is free but required to log on for the event. Silent auction opens on June 2, new items being added daily!
The Retreat's Executive Director, Loretta Davis said, "The Retreat has built such a safe haven for survivors of domestic
abuse. All Against Abuse is our shared message of hope. Join us as we gather in a virtual celebration of survivors and
the heroes who help them thrive.

Reserve your seat at www.allagainstabuse.org or text AAA to 91999. For victims suffering from domestic violence, there
is always a way out. Call The Retreat's 24-hour multilingual hotline at 631-329-2200, or use the online chat service.
allagainstabuse.org

Save these dates!
June 10th + 23rd + 24th + July 8th + July 23rd + August 19th
30 Year Anniversary for Bay Street Theatre
A Summer of Private Dinner Parties!

Some are already sold out but there are still some available so reserve now!
baystreet.org

Friday, June 11th at 11 am + 1:30 pm
Annual Architecture + Design Tour

For SAC's annual Architecture + Design Tour, renowned architect and new Jobs Lane neighbor Peter Marino will lead
an intimate tour of the Peter Marino Art Foundation, once home to the Rogers Memorial Library. This fundraising even
formally welcomes SAC's new neighbor, Peter Marino, while experiencing this historic building and iconic garden in
center of the Village. This private tour will take place in two groups of 25 with sessions at 11:00am and 1:30pm.
Lunch for both groups will be served in SAC's newly refreshed Caesar Court Garden. The tour is sponsored by Graff,
The Purist, LaGuardia Design Group, Gardeneering, and Kohler Chocolates. Please call Rachel Bosworth at 631.220.1220
or email rachel@rachelbosworth.com for more information.
southamptonartscenter.org

Saturday, June 19th, 10 am to 5 pm +
Sunday, June 20th, 10 am to 4 pm
Art + Artisan Fair

Southampton History Museum
17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
Join us on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion in the heart of downtown Southampton for this special showcase
of Artists and Artisans selling some of their best work at the Southampton History Museum. This event will be
happening in conjunction with our Carriage House Shop where for the last few years patrons have been able to
find unique and interesting antique pieces during this annual event. This outdoor event will be held rain or
shine and will adhere to all COVID guidelines to provide safe and fun outdoor entertainment on Father's Day
weekend. Free and open to the public!
southamptonhistory.org

Thursday, June 24th - 6 to 10 pm
Chefs of the Hamptons: Celebrating Guild Hall

EHP Resort + Marina
295 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road in East Hampton
Dan's Papers and Guild Hall host the Chefs of The Hamptons to kick off Guild Hall's 90th Anniversary! Join us as
we highlight The Hamptons' most celebrated chefs in a once-in-a-lifetime evening of fine dining with Event Chair
Florence Fabricant, New York Times Food & Wine writer, and Guild Hall Trustee and Academy of the Arts member.

VIP Ticket: $500.00
Includes full dinner and one copy of the Guild Hall 90th Anniversary book

General Admission Ticket: $350.00
Includes full dinner

Guests will be dazzled by the breadth of culinary talent, and the all-star lineup of chefs from the finest kitchens
in The Hamptons will fill the night with locally sourced signature dishes matched with exceptional wines and craft
cocktails. From the curated cocktail hour with multiple hors d’oeuvres through the 6-course pairing dinner + delicious
desserts, Chefs of The Hamptons is always a highlight of the event season and the perfect way to kick off the summer.

Participating chefs include Bob Abrams of Calissa, Scott Kampf of Union Sushi & Steak, Philippe Corbet of Lulu Kitchen
+ Bar, Carol Becker of William Greenberg Desserts, Miguel Castillo of K PASA, Dane Sayles of EHP Resort & Marina and
Si Si, Robert Hamburg of Tillie's, Mark Garcia of Kissaki Omakase, Gail Watson of Gail Watson Bread, and Richard Pims
of Old Stove Pub.

A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit 501(c)(3) organizations Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York
and All For The East End (AFTEE), which raises funds that are available through a grant process to support the work
of non-profit organizations of the East End, as well as Guild Hall.

Proof of vaccine or negative PCR COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours in advance required for attendance.
guildhall.org

Friday, June 25th - 6:30 pm
Whimsy in the Garden

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
Southampton Arts Center will host an enchanted evening of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres for the inaugural summer cocktail
party. Guests will welcome summer by strolling the SAC grounds, which have been transformed into WHIMSY, a sculpture
garden curated by Eric Fischl featuring works from world renowned artists. This fundraising event supports SAC's work
in bringing much vitality to our beloved Village. This event is sponsored by Graff, The Purist, and Artisan Luxe.

HOST COMMITTEE
Robin and Marc Avram * Paola Bacchini Rosenshein * Sissi Bohlen * Cricket and Richard Burns * Doris Castells
* Sue Devitt * Melinda Hackett and Michael Drury * Elyn and Jeff Kronemeyer * Paula Lajaunie-Viscogliosi
* Ellie Manko Libby * Fairley Pilaro * Aima Raza and Agha Kahn * Tish Rehill * Kara Ross * Antonio + Michele Sacconaghi
* Nicole Salmasi * Mary Slattery * J. Whitney Stevens * Amanda Taylor

$5,000 Sponsor -Prominent acknowledgement at the event, on the website and all materials + 2 tickets
$2,500 Benefactor- Prominent acknowledgement at the event, on the website and all materials + 2 tickets
$1,000 Host - Acknowledgement at the event, on the website and all materials + 2 tickets
$500 Supporter + 1 ticket
$250 Individual
$150 Junior (30 years old and under - limited availability)

For questions or more information, please contact Diana Torres at at 631.283.0967 x12 or dtorres@southamptoncenter.org.
southamptonartscenter.org

Saturday, June 26th - 10 am to 5 pm
Garden As Art + Cocktail Party

In honor of our 90th Anniversary, we're thrilled to bring back our signature Garden as Art event,
with a focus on artists gardens, featuring the home gardens of a select group of beloved local and
world-renowned artists. Take a peek behind the hedges of the exclusive, varied, and eclectic gardens
of these remarkable talents. Self-guided tours run from 12 -5pm, with a virtual lecture beforehand
to inspire your journey! Tickets start at $150 for self-guided tours of the gardens as well as the
opportunity to stream the virtual lecture.

With the purchase of a $500 Benefactor-level ticket you will also be invited to the live lecture in
the morning and a cocktail party in the seaside garden of Kathy Rayner in the late afternoon.

Tour highlights include:
Photographer and Guild Hall Academy of the Arts member Dianne Blell lives in an oasis created through
a decades -long labor of love. The beautiful and rhythmic outdoor room that connects her home and art
studio continues to evolve, according to the artist's eye. Take a look inside Blell's creative space
and marvel at the privacy and peace just steps from the bustle of Bridgehampton.

Painter and Guild Hall Academy of the Arts member Ross Bleckner is tucked away in his serene enclave
creating art and living among his paintings on an astounding scale. Stroll through his studio and
enjoy dozens of massive works in progress, notice the triangulation of earth/nature, living and
creativity that make this one of the most captivating places on the East End.

Tucker Marder has taken the family business of plants and horticulture to an extreme form of expression
with a living walk through time at his emerging project, the Folly Tree Arboretum. A visit here is a
singular opportunity to witness a pure expression of passion and creativity. What do the moon, gravity,
Hiroshima, and Johnny Appleseed all have in common? Come find out when you visit Tucker and Folly Tree
Arboretum. This is the kind of project and passion that will make you fall more deeply in love with
The Hamptons.

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

Saturday, June 26th - 7 pm
13th Annual SummerDocs Series KICK-OFF
Hosted by Series Presenter + HIFF Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin
SUMMER OF SOUL (...OR, WHEN THE REVOLUTION COULD NOT BE TELEVISED)

The John Drew Theater
Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
In his acclaimed debut as a filmmaker, Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson presents a powerful and transporting
documentary - part music film, part historical record created around an epic event that celebrated Black
history, culture and fashion. Over the course of six weeks in the summer of 1969, just one hundred miles
south of Woodstock, The Harlem Cultural Festival was filmed in Mount Morris Park (now Marcus Garvey Park).
The footage was never seen and largely forgotten-until now. SUMMER OF SOUL shines a light on the importance
of history to our spiritual well-being and stands as a testament to the healing power of music during times
of unrest, both past and present. The feature includes never-before-seen concert performances by Stevie Wonder,
Nina Simone, Sly & the Family Stone, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Mahalia Jackson, B.B. King, The 5th Dimension and more.

This first SummerDoc of the season features a post screening conversation with Alec Baldwin and Artistic Director
David Nugent. Tickets for the screening: $40 Reserved Seating / or Member Discount are available purchase at
guildhall.org or hamptonsfilmfest.org

The Hamptons Parties + Events for July

Friday, July 2nd - 9:15 pm
Annual Fireworks by Grucci
Benefit for Southampton Fresh Air Home

Meadow Lane in Southampton
For 33 years, SFAH has provided Southampton's Fourth of July weekend Grucci fireworks celebration
as part of our signature American Picnic fundraiser. The event raises over 25% of our annual operating
revenue. 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.
sfah.org

Monday, July 5th - 7 to 8:15 pm
Taylor Barton + Guild Hall Present G.E. Smith's PORTRAITS
featuring Masters of the TELECASTERS with Jim Weider

G.E. Smith is launching his fifth series of PORTRAITS this year for Guild Hall's 90th anniversary with Masters of the
TELECASTERS featuring he and Jim Weider. Smith was bandleader and Musical Director for Saturday Night Live (SNL) band
from 85-95'. During this time he also toured with Bob Dylan for four years. He was bassist on THE WALL LIVE TOUR for
Roger Waters, 2010-2016 and sideman to Jagger, Bowie, and guitarist for Hall & Oates. He also helped Mike Myers write
a song for Aerosmith, called Wayne's World which went multi-platinum when they performed on SNL. Jim Weider, a master
of classic telecaster guitar, is renowned for his rock and blues-based signature sound. He is among a select group of
musicians with an endorsement from Fender and, for the past three decades, he's earned enormous respect from fellow
musicians and music fans throughout the world.
guildhall.org

Saturday, July 10th - 6:30 to 10:30 pm
The Hamptons Happening
17th Annual Waxman's Summer Benefit

900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
We are ecstatic to announce the return of The Hamptons Happening! Fundraising has been challenging this
past year, making funds for cancer research needed now more than ever. SWCRF will be following the most
recent CDC guidelines, so we can safely gather outside with friends, family, and colleagues. We hope to
see you all there to celebrate health and wellness as well as congratulate the participants in the first
ever Global Walk to Flatten the Cancer Curve.

Honoring
HUGO BOSS Fashions, Inc.; Chef David Burke, Chef and Restaurateur, David Burke Hospitality Management;
Dr. Kenneth Mark, Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Expert; Natalie Cohen Gould

Co-Chaired by
Mark D. Friedman, Brown Harris Stevens; Jessica Mackin-Cipro, James Lane Post; Randi Schatz

Event Committee
Christine Arlotta, Antonella Bertello, Erica Fineberg, Maria Fishel, Jacqueline Frank, Norah Lawlor,
Jamie Koff, Christine Prydatko, Suzanne Sabet, Michael Snell

The SWCRF genuinely appreciates your support of its mission during these trying times. Your gift to the
SWCRF, a 502(c)(3) nonprofit, may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.
Please email events@waxmancancer.org for more information or to get involved!
waxmancancer.org

Friday, July 16th - 6 to 8:30 pm
14th Annual East Hampton Antiques Show
Benefit Preview Cocktail Party

Mulford Farm
10 James Lane in East Hampton
Honorary Chairperson Marshall Watson
The East Hampton Historical Society announces the highly anticipated return of the East Hampton Antiques
+ Design Show on the grounds of Mulford Farm, Saturday, July 17, through Sunday, July 18. 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 newly awakening East Hampton arts and social calendar. Experience bucolic Mulford Farm,
amidst a cornucopia of rare treasures, while being reunited at long last with friends, together again.

Marshall Watson, interior design luminary, is the Honorary Chairperson of the Friday, July 16, Preview Cocktail
Party, which offers patrons an early buying opportunity of the extraordinary array of antiques, jewelry, textiles,
collectibles, and timelessly chic furniture and accessories. Ticket proceeds from the Preview Cocktail benefit
the East Hampton Historical Society.

Both the Preview Cocktail Party and the Antiques & Design Show take place on the pastoral grounds of the Mulford
Farm, located on James Lane in the heart of East Hampton Village. Maintained by the East Hampton Historical Society,
this 3.5 -acre property features a restored 17th-century farmhouse as well as several barns and outbuildings that
are among the oldest on Long Island. Its popular offerings of wares and art come from a diverse assembly of more
than 50 antiques, and art dealers, housed in elegant white tents across the farmstead's greensward.

The focus of the show is on vintage decorative items for the home and garden as well as art. Classic rattan and
bamboo furniture, lighting, textiles, architectural elements, American and European country decorated furniture,
Art Deco and Moderne, garden ornaments, wrought-iron accessories, industrial items, paintings, trade signs, period
jewelry, weathervanes, and mirrors will be for sale. With a broad range of styles from classic to contemporary
represented, there is truly something for everyone.

Admission to the Antiques & Design Show costs $10 for the general public and $8 for East Hampton Historical Society
members. Show hours are Saturday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., On Sunday the show is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The show offers an on-site cafe. Enjoy light bites or a full meal with local flavor, there is no need to take a break
from shopping!

Tickets for the Friday night Opening Night Preview Cocktail Party start at $175 per person and include return visits
over the weekend. For tickets, please call the East Hampton Historical Society at 631-324-6850 ext. 1, or e-mail at
info@easthamptonhistory.org - tickets can be purchased online.
easthamptonhistory.org

Thursday, July 22nd - 6 to 8 pm {rain date August 26th}
Growing the Next Generation of Food Stars: A C-CAP Cocktail Party Benefit

158 Main Street in East Hampton
Join us this summer in The Hamptons for our first in-person celebration of the year, an evening of
delicious food by celebrity chefs, featuring craft cocktails, and local wines, all to support the
rising new generation of food stars and the return of the restaurant and hospitality industry as it
begins to flourish anew.

Look forward to delicious appetizers from legendary Hamptons' restaurants, including Almond, Nick + Toni's,
and Carissa's Bakery, as well as the award-winning local Macari Wines, and a full bar, sponsored by Southern
Glazer Wines & Spirits. Evening entertainment includes remarks by Almond's Jason Weiner, and travel and
experiences auctioned off - plus, every attendee leaves with a gift bag of goodies.

Proceeds from the evening fully support our mission of helping 20,000 underserved teens in more than 150
schools with culinary, job, and life-skills training, to provide pathways to higher education and employment
in the food sector. For anyone who is not double vaccinated, we ask that you present proof of a negative
Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours. Come dressed in our theme of the evening - renewal and regrowth - in
greens or botanical patterns! Tickets are $250 apiece.
guildhall.org

Saturday, July 24th - 4 pm to 7 pm
Social Life Magazine Polo Match & Cocktail Party

The Maria and Kenneth Fishel Estate
900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
Hosted by Christie Brinkley
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. Tickets start at $200 apiece. A second match and cocktail party will be held on
31st at the same location.
polohamptons.com

Saturday, July 24th
Longhouse Reserve Summer Gala - SAY YES

LongHouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton
This year's LongHouse Summer Benefit on July 24 may be our best ever! SAY YES brings back our summer party with
entertainment surprises throughout the garden, delectable food and sensational drinks all evening long. The
LongHouse Shares Artsy Auction is back too, with art galore to fill your walls. SAY YES, and join us for FUN!
Because LongHouse is unique - because we have 16 gorgeous acres - we are freely and joyously asking you to join
us and be kissed by the evening sky beginning at 6pm on July 24th when there will be non-stop fun and tremendous
good vibes.

Though there will be no formal sit-down dinner, a fabulous variety of food and heavenly drinks will match the many
exuberant moods as you circulate among the dozens of different objects and sculptures on our art -laden grounds.
Talent galore, extraordinarily energized music and all sorts of movement will be arrayed around our gardens for
your amazement and pleasure. While you listen, dance and groove, you will have a chance to see our LongHouse
Shares Artsy auction before it closes that nightâ-¦and have the best chance to win that special something that
is unique to LongHouse. Dress up + let it all out - delights and surprises around every exquisite corner!

A tremendous sit-down dinner for you and yours inside the Bucky Fuller dome or in our Albee Amphitheater
surrounded by the Circle of Animals, or even in your own home, can happily be arranged too. See details
of Dazzle, Glitter and Shine. So just SAY YES!!

SAY YES - Shimmer Ticket
$1,250 ($1,100 tax-deductible)

SAY YES - Sparkle Ticket
*VIP Parking
Curated tour of Jack: Larger than Life exhibition
($2,350 tax-deductible)

SAY YES - Glow Ticket
$5,000
*VIP Parking
*Champagne tour of Jack: Larger than Life exhibition
*Collection of first edition LongHouse books
($4,700 tax-deductible)

SAY YES - Dazzle Ticket
$15,000
*Eight tickets to SAY YES Summer Benefit
*Tremendous sit -down dinner for eight on a mutually agreed upon night either at LongHouse or at your home
(valid through December 31, 2021 with blackout dates of Thanksgiving weekend and Christmas, $10,040 tax-deductible)

SAY YES - Glitter Ticket
$25,000
*Twelve tickets to SAY YES Summer Benefit
*Tremendous sit -down dinner for twelve on a mutually agreed upon night either at LongHouse or at your home
(valid through December 31, 2021 with blackout dates of Thanksgiving weekend and Christmas, $19,240 tax-deductible)

SAY YES - Shine Ticket
$50,000
* Twenty tickets to SAY YES Summer Benefit
*Indescribably imaginative dinner for twenty on an alternative summer's night at LongHouse or at your home
(valid thru Dec 31, 2021 with blackout dates of Thanksgiving weekend and Christmas, $40,700 tax-deductible)

Please call 631-329-3568 or email info@longhouse.org for more information on all your options!
longhouse.org

Saturday, July 24th - 7 to 10 pm {rain or shine}
4th Annual Dan's Rose Soiree

Nova's Ark
Scuttlehole Road in Bridgehamptons
Savor the finest roses from The Hamptons, the North Fork, Provence and beyond! Plus indulge in bites from top
chefs. Dan's Taste signature event featuring Rosé wines from the best wineries throughout the South Fork, North
Fork and the world. This year the event will be hosted at Nova's Ark Project, which is The Hamptons' largest
privately owned sculpture park + art center featuring the works of founder Nova Mihai Popa.

The event will be reserved seating and a 5-course tasting menu from the regions top chefs paired with flights
of local and international rose wines. A sommelier will be circulating throughout the event providing details
and explanations of each wine.

A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit 501(c)(3) organizations including All For The East End (AFTEE), that
showcases and provides support to the more -than 1,000 charity organizations in the five East End towns and
US Autism Homes, providing safe, independent, and joyful living for autistic adults living in Southampton.
21 + older - General Admission tickets are $150.00 apiece. Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or
please call 631.227.0188 for more information.
danstasteofsummer.com

Saturday, July 24th - 8 pm
13th Annual SummerDocs Series KICK-OFF
Hosted by Series Presenter + HIFF Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin
THE LOST LEONARDO

The John Drew Theater
Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
THE LOST LEONARDO tells the inside story behind the Salvator Mundi, the most expensive painting ever sold at
$450 million, claimed to be a long-lost masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci. From the moment it is purchased from
a shady New Orleans auction house, and its buyers discover masterful brushstrokes beneath its cheap restoration,
the fate of the Salvator Mundi is driven by an insatiable quest for fame, money and power. But as its price soars,
so do questions about its authenticity. Is this multi-million dollar painting actually by Leonardo - or do certain
power players simply want it to be? Unravelling the hidden agendas of the world's richest men and most powerful
art institutions, THE LOST LEONARDO reveals how vested interests became all-important, and the truth secondary.

The SummerDoc series features a post screening conversation with Alec Baldwin and Artistic Director
David Nugent. Tickets for the screening: $40 Reserved Seating / or Member Discount are available purchase at
guildhall.org or hamptonsfilmfest.org

Friday, July 30th + Saturday, July 31st - 8:30 pm
The Westhampton Beach Project!
Great Lawn on Main Street in Westhampton Beach
A Night of Music, Ballet + Modern Dance

The Westhampton Beach Project is the 3rd annual free to the public event that brings a combination of music, ballet
and modern dance.

The project was conceptualized by artist and President of the Musical Mime Theater, Steven Colucci, who has been working
in the arts for over 45 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.

In support of the event, guests interested in making a charitable donation of $25.00 and up will receive a VIP seat
on the Great Lawn 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.

The project will kick off on July 30th with a musical tribute to Frank Sinatra starring the world's premier Frank
Sinatra tributeer, vocalist Steven Maglio, who will be accompanied by The Maglio Orchestra. Since 2004 Maglio, with an
11-piece orchestra, has performed his Sinatra tribute show at The Carnegie Club which is currently the longest-running
nightclub act in New York City. Maglio has also shared the stage with notable vocalists including Frankie Valli, Wayne
Newton, Dionne Warwick, Smokey Robinson and Jordin Sparks. West African and
French American singer-songwriter, Eva
Sita featuring the Eva Sita Band and Dancers will perform multiple songs in three different languages. Sita will also
sing alongside Maglio The Maglio Orchestra in featured Sinatra duets.

The following evening, on July 31st, guests can enjoy performances by soloist dancers from American Ballet Theater
including Luciana Paris, Jonatan Lujan, Michael de la Nuez, Jose Sebastian, Javier Rivet, Isadora Loyola, and Aaron
Smyth. As well as choreography by Alison Cook Beatty Dance Company, a New York City based non-profit modern dance
company. Dancers will include Vera Paganin, Miranda Stuck, Aurelie Garcia, Mariah Anton, Asia Bonilla, Jaryd Farcon,
Charles Scheland and Austin Kelly.
whbproject.com

Saturday, July 31st - 4 pm to 7 pm
Social Life Polo Match & Cocktail Party

The Maria and Kenneth Fishel Estate
900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
Hosted by Christie Brinkley
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. Tickets start at $200 apiece.
polohamptons.com

Saturday, July 31st - 6 pm to 9:30 pm
SOFO's 32nd Annivesary GALA Benefit

South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center
377 Bridgehampton - Sag Harbor Turnpike
Honoring Dr. Indy Burke, Michael Gerrard, Kerry Heffernan and Kim + Greg Lippmann & Family
Ambassador Chef Alex Guarnaschelli
VIP Reception Featuring tours of the Museum + Grounds
and a special guest appearance by Ambassadors of our Native Wildlife
Benefit Party + Honoree Presentation
Dinner, Entertainment + DJ, Visit from SOFO's Young Envrionmentalists Society, Live Auction, Surprise Guests
Catered by Elegant Affairs
Contact Diana Aceti at 631.537.9735 or 631.903.7217 or daceti@sofo.org
sofo.org

The Hamptons Parties + Events for August

Sunday, August 1st - 4 pm
Through Farms and Fields (virtual)

Over the years, the Peconic Land Trust has welcomed you to our preserves and local farms to celebrate our
two Annual Special Events. Let's raise a glass together to celebrate farmland conservation and the bounty
it provides. Join us for a virtual gathering, video presentation, and special toast honoring you and our farmers!

Sponsorship of Through Farms and Fields is available to support our Farms for the Future Initiative and our
stewardship program. Special Gift Basket for Sponsors! We've partnered with local growers and producers.

Land Stewards
Amanda and Donald Mullen

Benefactors
Jackie LiCalzi and Jill Schlesinger

Patrons
Bridge Abstract
Rob and Carolyn Brennan
Harriet and Alan Dresher
John and Candice Frawley
Doug and Amy Halsey
Andrea and Paul Vizcarrondo

Friends
Andrew Sabin Family Foundation, Carol Mulvihill Ahlers and Ronald Ahlers, Bob Baldwin and Margaret Sieck, Marcia Bystryn,
Dinni Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Hare, Jr., Maryellen and Thaddeus Miller, Judith Saner, Ann Sanford, Linda S. Sanford,
and Lynn + John Saverese

Special thanks to the 2021 Through Farms and Fields Committee:
Carol Mulvihill Ahlers (chair), Michael Daly, Hatsy Dresher, Nancy Goell, Patty Orben, and Judy Saner!

Please call us at 631.283.3195 ext.12 or email Yvette DeBow at YDeBow@PeconicLandTrust.org orBridget Micieli-Martinez
at BMartinez@PeconicLandTrust.org
peconiclandtrust.org

Friday, August 6th - 5 to 11 pm
Guild Hall Summer GALA

158 Main Street in East Hampton
To celebrate 90 years of artistic excellence in our Museum, Guild Hall proudly presents Robert Longo:
A History of the Present, a critical investigation into the span of American history bookended by
Abstract Expressionism and the current moment in which we live. Taking over the entire Museum,
Longo juxtaposes America’s past with its present through 17 monumental, highly labor-intensive
charcoal drawings that act as mirrors into history. We are thrilled to present this exhibition
and honor Robert Longo at our highly anticipated and glamorous Summer Gala in East Hampton.

Co-Chairs:
Gary Adamek, Hilaria + Alec Baldwin, Taylor Barton + G.E. Smith, Christine Berry, Mary Jane + Charles
Brock, Marty + Michele Cohen, Bonnie Comley + Stewart Lane, Florence + Richard Fabricant, Cornelia +
Ralph Heins, Kim Heirston, Barbara Hoffman, Bruce Horton, Bryan Hunt + Lucy Winton, Samuel D. Isaly,
Susan Jacobson, Laurie Lambrecht, Barbara + Richard S. Lane, Linda Lindenbaum, Jeffrey + NancyJane Loewy,
Ninah Lynne, Sondra + David S. Mack, Linda Macklowe, Susan + Morris Mark, Kate McDonough + Ed Berman,
Beth McNeil-Muhs + Jeff Muhs, Galia Meiri-Stawski + Axel Stawski, Cheryl + Michael Minikes, Alice K. Netter,
Olive Numeroff, Susan Numeroff, Pamela + Edward Pantzer, Tripoli Patterson, Phillips Auctioneers, Janelle
Reiring, Tom Roush + LaVon Kellner, Will Ryan, Lisa Schultz, Renee + Richard Steinberg, Leila Maw Straus,
Stephanie Todd, Susan Vecsey, Edwina von Gal, Jane Wesman + Don Savelson, Pauline Willis, Peter M. Wolf,
Kenneth L. Wyse, Neda Young, Yung Jake

Host Committee:
Sophie Chahinian, Ethan Hawke, Bill T. Jones, Shirin Neshat, Keanu Reeves, Mark Ronson, Cindy Sherman

5:00-6:30pm Exclusive preview of Robert Longo: A History of the Present at Guild Hall
6:30-7:30pm Cocktails at private East Hampton location
7:30pm Dinner, Program, Music

Please contact Kristin Eberstadt at keberstadt@guildhall.org or 631-324-0806, ext. 13 for more information
on tickets and journal ads.
guildhall.org

Saturday, August 7th - 7 to 11 pm
SO FETCH!
Southampton Animal Shelter Benefit

Gin Lane Beach in Southampton
This summer The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) is proud to present SO FETCH,
a beach party fundraiser hosted by Georgina Bloomberg, Katie McEntee, Kingsley Crawford,
Nathania Nisonson, Merritt Piro, Elizabeth Shafiroff and Jessica Fontaine Swift.

The girls are calling all party animals to attend their first annual beach party where 100%
of the proceeds will go directly to the shelter's rescue program. Guests will arrive at 7:00pm
to the Gin Lane beach located to the left of the historic Bathing Corporation. Dogs with shelter
volunteers will greet party goers and enjoy a night at the beach and out of their kennels.

Guests can expect a night filled with cocktails and dancing on the beach to music by DJ Teal Camner.
Wine provided by Winc, a tequila station serving up "DOGaritas" sponsored by Bottle Hampton, Tito's
at the bar while guests treat themselves to vegetarian appetizers catered by Seasons of Southampton.
Dessert will be classic Hampton's Tate's chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes in a jar by Baked Cravings
that party goers will eat around bonfire (smores included!).

Host committee: Georgina Bloomberg, Katie McEntee, Kingsley Crawford, Nathania Nisonson, Merritt Piro
and Elizabeth Shafiroff and event committee Sarah Alvarez, Serena Bancroft, Elizabeth Bowden, Sara Burack,
Joe Calamita, Joe Cirpo, Sara DiOrazio, Jessica Hatton, Alexandra Iadevaia, Taylor Karns, Jessica Mackin,
Alexandra Maitland, James Marzigliano, Olivia Mulvey, Nick Norcia, Samantha Pace, Christine Prydatko,
Rolise Rachel, Maurice Richardson, Lexie Routh, Julie Sinaw, Louise Taylor, Nicole Teitler, Sarah Vacchiano.
Katie McEntee, director of Animal Relations at the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation runs the shelters
rescue program.

Please call 631-488-8000 or email ul@sasf.org for tickets and more information.
southamptonanimalshelter.com

Sunday, August 8th - 7:45 am
6th Annual Race of Hope + 5K Run to Defeat Depression
Celebrity Grand Marshal: Katie Couric!

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)
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.

The sixth annual 5K race in Southampton Village will be led by Hope for Depression Research's Founder
Audrey Gruss, who will serve as Co-Grand Marshal with East Hampton resident Arthur Dunnam. The pair will
take racers on a gorgeous loop around Lake Agawam in Southampton Village. The event has continued to evolve
and grow with 750 participants in 2019 and has raised over 1 million dollars for depression research since
its inception in 2016.

The race will also have a virtual component this year after the success of last year's virtual race, which
attracted hundreds of participants, and runners will be able to sign up and run in their own hometowns.
Participants will be able to share their stories through a special interactive live broadcast.

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

Register online or call 212.676.3205. for a fee of $35 through July 12th (the price increases
to $40 after this date). 100% of all funds from the race go directly to depression research.
hopefordepression.org

Thursday, August 12th - 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Amber Waves

367 Main Street in Amagansett
Amber Waves and the Children's Museum of the East End invite you to join us as we Celebrate on the Farm. During this
elegant, outdoor cocktail party, guests will savor light bites (made from ingredients harvested earlier that day!)
and enjoy wine and beer from some of The Hamptons' most popular vineyards and breweries. Individual tickets begin at $275.
Additional supporter levels are available.

All money raised during the event benefits FEEDING FAMILIES, a collaborative initiative that enables Amber Waves to
provide its fresh, locally grown produce to the Museum's ongoing food pantry. Since its inception in the spring of 2020,
CMEE's food pantry has provided groceries to more than 10,000 members of the East End community.
cmee.org

Thursday, August 12th
Author's Night for East Hampton Library

East Hampton Library
159 Main Street in East Hampton
This summer, the East Hampton Library will once again present its annual Authors Night fundraiser as a series of
interactive online Zoom events, from Thursday, August 12 - Sunday, August 15th + tickets will be available online
in early summer. Now in its 17th year, Authors Night has grown over its history to become one of the most successful
and high-profile library-author events of its kind in America. Authors Night proceeds benefit the East Hampton Library,
a private, non-profit organization providing outstanding free library services to the East Hampton community. The funds
raised at Authors Night are used for essential programs and services at the Library throughout the year.

Founding Chair: Alec Baldwin
Event Co-Chairs: Dennis Fabiszak + Sheila Rogers

Each one-hour event will be in the format of a conversation with the featured author and a noted interviewer, followed
by a question-and-answer period. Please call 631-324-0222 ext. 7 or email authorsnight@easthamptonlibrary.org for info
authorsnight.org

Thursday, August 12th - 5 pm
Opening VIP Preview Party for Market Art + Design

The Bridgehampton Historical Society Museum
2368 Montauk Highway
Main Street in Bridgehampton
Enjoy a first look and prepare for your visit to Market Art + Design with Artsy: View booths, save artworks,
and start conversations ahead of the show! The show runs through Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 15th.
Market Art + Design is committed to the health and safety of our exhibitors and guests. As such, all exhibitors,
staff, and attendees will be required to wear face masks covering their nose and mouth while within the Market
Art + Design Pavilion. Masks will be available for those who do not supply their own.
artmarkethamptons.com

Friday and Saturday, August 13th + 14th + 15th
Midsummer Party 50th Anniversary Celebration

3 Days x 3 Parties = Weekend Blast!
Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
8:00pm Doors Open
8:30pm James Murphy DJ Set (DFA Records/ LCD Soundsystem)
Midsummer Dance Chair: Larry Milstein

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS
Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim
Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948/1960
Field of Dreams

Our annual summer gala takes a new shape over the course of three days and three parties. Over the
weekend of August 13, our friends and supporters may attend a Friday night dance party, a Saturday
evening dinner, and programming for families on Sunday afternoon.

All events will be held outdoors on the covered Mildred C. Brinn Terrace. In acknowledgment of the
sensitivities our community may have as we emerge out of the pandemic, the capacity for this event
will be limited. We will be following current and local CDC event guidelines and are asking all
guests to show proof of vaccination (Excelsior Pass / photo of your vaccine card) or a negative test
within 72 hours of the event upon arrival. We are continuing to monitor the situation and will remain
consistent with evolving NYS guidelines and safety protocols. As we get closer to the event, we will
send any updated constraints and attendance prerequisites to ensure that all guests are safe. Thanks
for your flexibility during these unprecedented times.

Funds raised over the Midsummer Weekend support exhibitions, publications, and programs. For further
inquiries, please email midsummerparty@parrishart.org.
parrishart.org

Saturday, August 14th - 7 pm
Bow Wow Meow Ball

7:00 PM: Special Entertainment + Parade of Animals
From the comfort of your own table, enjoy a special evening in celebration of the cats and dogs of ARF. This year, ARF
invites you to host your own Bow Wow Viewing Party, as grand or small as you desire. We'll bring the entertainment to you!
arfhamptons.org

Sunday, August 15th - 9 am to 12 Noon
26th Annual Ellen's Run - Hybrid 5k Race in Southampton

ellenhermanson.org

Thursday, August 19th + Friday, August 20th - 7 to 9:30 pm
Dan's 8th Annual GrillHampton {rain or shine}

NYC vs The Hamptons
Novah's Ark
Scuttlehole Road in Bridgehampton
It's Hamptons vs NYC as GrillHampton pits 4 East End chefs against 4 Manhattan chefs in a one-of-a-kind
cooking competition and tasting event. Guests enjoy the great grilled fare, beer and specialty cocktails
– along with live music and dancing – then become part of the action as they vote for the finest food!
food! Ticket prices for General Admission are $165 apiece. 21 + older please.

Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or please call 631.227.0188 for more information.
danstasteofsummer.com

Friday, August 20th - 12 to 3 pm
Samuel Waxman Ladies Luncheon
Collaborating for a Cure

T Bar
268 Elm Street in Southampton
In its eighth year, the Collaborating for a Cure Ladies Luncheon, an annual event benefitting
the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF). The luncheon will honor philanthropist Jean
Shafiroff for her continual support of SWCRF and a live fashion show by renowned designer Kobi Halperin,
who will showcase his Fall 2021 fashions and introduce his newest blouse collection.

The event Chairs are Marion Waxman and Pamela Morgan with co-chairs Erica Linden-Fineberg, Nancy Litman,
Lauren Silvers and Helen Vaysman. The Committee includes Chris Arlotta, Karen Amster-Young, Maria Elena
Christiansen, Maria Fishel, Katarina Frangenberg, Michelle Russell Johnson, Norah Lawler, Deanna Passarelli,
Andrea Wernick and Marcy Whitman.

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation is an international organization dedicated to curing and
preventing cancer. The Foundation is a pioneer in cancer research and its mission is to eradicate cancer
by funding cutting-edge research that identifies and corrects abnormal gene function that causes cancer
and develops minimally toxic treatments for patients. Through the Foundation's collaborative group of
world-class scientists, the Institute Without Walls, investigators share information and tools to speed
the pace of cancer research. Since its inception in 1976, the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation
has awarded more than $100 million to support the work of more than 200 researchers across the globe.

Guests who attend will enjoy talks with featured guest fashion designer Kobi Halperin. The event is
expected to sell out. Tickets are $300 and tables are $3,000. Please email events@waxmancancer.org for
more information or to get involved!
waxmancancer.org

Friday, August 20th - 6:30 pm
2021 Patrons Circle of Southampton Arts Center
Cocktails + Dinner Benefit

Southampton Arts Center
Caesar Sculpture Garden
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
In place of our annual SummerFest Gala, Southampton Arts Center will host our Patrons Circle Dinner.
This critical fundraising initiative is responsible for generating 1/3 of SAC's annual contributed
income - allowing us to continue our year-round world class programming and serve as a key economic
driver of our beloved community.

A limited amount of tickets are still available. Please note that all contributions $5,000 and above
will be recognized on the Patrons Circle Wall in SAC's entrance gallery. For questions or more information,
please contact Diana Torres at at 631.283.0967 x12 or dtorres@southamptoncenter.org.
southamptonartscenter.org

Friday, August 20th - 6 pm
Angel Summer Gala Ball

The Muses
111 Saint Andrews Road in Southampton
Honorees: Simone I. Smith + Maye Musk
Dinner Chairs: Mary J. Blige + Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch
Hosts Denise Rich, Daniella Rich Kilstock + Ilona Rich Shachter
Tickets prices: $1,500.00 – $100,000.00. Please calll 646.861.2033
or email info@gabriellesangels.org for more information and to RSVP.
gabriellesangels.org

Saturday, August 21st - 2 pm {batting practice at 12 noon}
72nd Artists and Writers Annual Charity Softball Game

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

The game's hall of fame includes: Alan Alda, Ken Auletta, Alec Baldwin, Ben Bradlee, Carl Bernstein,
Steven Breyer, Josh Charles, Bill Clinton, Charles Gwathmey, Chevy Chase, Christie Brinkley, Willem
de Kooning, Mark Feuerstein, Eli Wallach, Ed Burns, Kristin Davis, B Smith, Matthew Broderick, Rod
Gilbert, James Lipton, Marty Lyons, Mike Lupica, Jackson Pollack, Paul Simon, Peter Jennings, Juliet
Papa, Regis Philbin, Lori Singer, Roy Scheider, Dick Cavett, Yogi Berra, Donny Deutsch, Countess
LuAnn de Lesseps, Rudy Giuliani, Jim Leyritz, Jean Reno and Mort Zuckerman. Rain date August 28, 2021!
artistswritersgame.org

Saturday, August 21st - 6:30 pm
12th Annual Unconditional Love Gala
Southampton Animal Shelter Summer Benefit

Under the Tents
137 Pond Lane in Southampton
Host committee:
Amy Cosman, Missy Hargraves, Randi Schatz, Antonella Bertello, Robert Lohman, and Lisa + Philip Crawford
along with the foundation are organizing the event.

After a paused year of in-person gatherings, the grand soiree will be the highlight of this summer
season out east. Chaired by Jean Shafiroff and Honorary Chair Georgina Bloomberg and supported by
Junior Chair Katie McEntee and Junior Co-chairs Kingsley Crawford and Nathania Nisonson, the annual
event has been the most important fundraiser for the shelter for over a decade.

Honoring Andrew Sabin + April Gornik, the fun-filled gala will feature cocktails and a delicious,
seated dinner, as well as dancing. In addition, a live and silent auction will help raise much-needed
funds for the animals.

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 and tables are available now. In order to ensure that the entire value of your donation is able
to be used to benefit the animals, the cost of acceptance of your transaction will be added to your ticket
price before check out. If you would like to opt out of processing fees you may send a check payable to SASF
to: Southampton Animal Shelter, PO Box 696, Hampton Bays, NY 11946. *Please indicate which ticket!
unconditional love gala

Saturday, August 21st - 7 pm
13th Annual SummerDocs Series KICK-OFF
Hosted by Series Presenter + HIFF Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin
LILY TOPPLES THE WORLD

The John Drew Theater
Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
LILY TOPPLES THE WORLD follows 20-year-old sensation Lily Hevesh - the world's most acclaimed domino toppler
and the only girl in her field - as she rises as an artist, role model, and young woman. Filmed for over 3
years across countless cities and featuring appearances by Jimmy Fallon, Katy Perry, Will Smith, YouTuber
Casey Neistat, and a steady stream of Gen-Z creators, LILY TOPPLES THE WORLD is a coming-of-age story cloaked
within a unique portrait of an artist, a story of how passion and artistry can make dreams come true, and an
unlikely American tale of a quiet Chinese adoptee who transforms into a global artistic force with over 1 billion
YouTube views. From director Jeremy Workman (The World Before Your Feet) and from executive producer Kelly Marie
Tran (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), in her first film in a producing role.

The SummerDoc series features a post screening conversation with Alec Baldwin and Artistic Director
David Nugent. Tickets for the screening: $40 Reserved Seating / or Member Discount are available purchase at
guildhall.org or hamptonsfilmfest.org

Saturday, August 21st - 7 to 9:30 pm
+ Sunday, August 22nd - 6 to 8:30 pm
Dan's 10th Annual GrillHampton {rain or shine}

Novah's Ark
Scuttlehole Road in Bridgehampton
The 10th Annual, wildly popular, summer event celebrating the best of the East End's
restaurants and wineries from both the North and South Forks! Ticket prices for General
Admission are $175 apiece. 21 + older please.

Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or please call 631.227.0188 for more information.
danstasteofsummer.com

Saturday, August 28th - 4 pm
Annual Box Art Auction for East End Hospice

eeh.org

Saturday, August 28th - 6:30 pm
Back in Black
Ellen Hermanson Summer Benefit

OUTSIDE AT Hampton Racquet
172 Buckskill Road in East Hampton
Gala Chair: Jean Shafiroff
6:30 - 7:30 pm // Cocktail hour with music by the Lynn Blue Band
7:30 - 9:00 pm // Dinner by Chef Lan Cao + Awards
9:00 - 10:00 pm // Entertainment & Dancing with the Lynn Blue Band
Advanced registration and proof of Covid-19 vaccination or negative Covid test taken within
48 hours of the event required to attend. Purchase Tickets and Sponsorships online or email
info@ellensrun.org for more information. There is still time to participate in the virtual Ellen's Run 5K!
ellenhermanson.org

Saturday, August 28th
Annual Prostrate Cancer Foundation GALA

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
This annual Hamptons gala benefit is to fund the next groundbreaking discoveries in cancer research.
Founder Michael Milken will host the event at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill. Past galas have
brought to the stage performances by Bryan Adams and John Fogerty. More info to come!


Saturday, August 28th {rain or shine!}
Dan's Clambake

Gurney's Star Island Resort & Marina
Our seaside soiree offering a take on the clambake features chefs from Montauk and the East
End serving up the best of surf, turf and more. Ticket prices for General Admission are $175
apiece. 21 + older please.

Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or please call 631.227.0188 for more information.
danstasteofsummer.com

SAVE THE DATE!
Sunday, August 29th through September 5th 2021- 8 to 5 daily
OPENING DAY of The 45th 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. Opening Day is always exciting at the
Hampton Classic and this year's changes will make it even more so when the show kicks off
on Sunday, August 29th.

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

No charge on Labor Day - Monday, September 6th (limited competition this day, but boutiques and
exhibition tent are open). FREE Parking. hamptonclassic.com

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

Thursday, September 2nd - 6 to 9 pm
3rd Annual Global Strays Benefit
Redefining Animal Welfare

NAIA Hamptons at Capri Hotel
281 County Road 39A in Southampton
Honorees: Jas Leverette + Georgina Bloomberg
Hosted by Elizabeth Shafiroff and Global Strays
Held outside, the event will be honoring those fighting for global animal welfare and our programs
for pets, strays and working horses in underserved communities. Enjoy complimentary cocktails while
mingling by the pool and lounge with many global animal lovers and environmentally conscious advocates.
The benefit will honor the communities they Educate, Engage, & Empower, including Jas Leverette and
Georgina Bloomberg. In addition, the silent auction is specially curated by Global Strays staff with
environmentally conscious fashion, beauty, and pet brands. This is a unique opportunity to mingle with
an animal loving, environmentally conscious crowd while supporting their mission. Cocktail attire -
blue, green + orange!
globalstrays.org

74th Annual Shinneock Indian Powwow CANCELED for 2021 : (
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.
thehamptons.com

Save The Date!
Thursday, September 2nd - 4 to 10 pm
Inaugural Hamptons Fine Art Fair
Opening Preview Party Benefiting the Southampton Arts Center

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton

Friday, September 3: 12 noon-9pm
Saturday, September 4: 12 noon-9pm
Sunday, September 5: 12 noon-9pm

Gold Card: 4-7pm
VIP Card: 7-10pm

Hamptons Fine Art Fair, the inaugural international fine art fair from the producers of ShowHamptons, has announced
their 2021 exhibitor list, featuring artworks by 70 select national and international galleries, with 51 in-person
booths and the remaining exhibiting in online virtual reality booths. For the first time ever, Hamptons Fine Art Fair
will take place inside and amongst the beautiful grounds of the historic Southampton Arts Center, a unique opportunity
for art lovers and patrons to purchase important works in the museum. HFAF will feature works by 400+ respected artists
with over 1000 pieces, totaling $100+ million in art for immediate acquisition. The in-person fair will be a welcome
return to the bustling Hampton?s art and social scene after a period of online events, with thousands of attendees
expected to pass through the fair over the Labor Day holiday weekend. In 2020, ShowHampton's first digitized art fair,
Hamptons Virtual Art Fair displayed over 2,000 pieces of artwork from 90 international galleries in virtual reality
booths in 2D and 3D. This year, HFAF will incorporate cutting-edge VR technology to create a simulated art fair
environment for visitors who cannot attend in person, to virtually navigate as they would a physical fair.

Hamptons Fine Art Fair will momentously transform the grounds of Southampton Arts Center into a dynamic world-class
art fair by utilizing the entire historic building and plush grounds, featuring a Sculpture Park, three dramatic
climate-controlled pavilions, including The Pollock Pavilion, sponsored by Pincus Plastic Surgery, de Kooning
Pavilion, and an elegant VIP Lounge. In The Pollock Pavilion, fairgoers will have the opportunity to enjoy original
works from the former East Hampton resident and view a replica of the famous Jackson Pollock paint-stained studio
barn floor. The Sculpture Park will feature impressive works by Louise Bourgeois, Larry Rivers, David Salle, Bill King,
Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Joel Pearlman, Audrey Flack, Chakaia Booker, and others.

Starting on August 15, 2021, HFAF exhibitors will have the chance to upload their artworks to a virtual gallery
in 2D and 3D formats using artPRESENT, pioneered during Hamptons Virtual Art Fair, providing as close to an authentic
experience as possible. All artworks will be displayed in high-resolution detail. The online fair will remain live
until November 30, 2021.

Hamptons Fine Art Fair 2021 Exhibitors
ABA Gallery (New York, NY) | *AC Contemporary (Buenos Aires, AA, Miami, FL) | *Alpha Gallery (Boston, MA) | *Anita
Shapolsky Gallery & A.S Art Foundation (New York, NY) | *Art2day (India) |*Arushi Arts (New Delhi, India & Los
Angeles, CA) | *Artist Cartel (New York, NY) | Axion Gallery (Palm Beach, FL) | Bill Lowe Gallery (Atlanta, GA) |
Black & White Gallery/ Project Space (Southampton, NY) | Black Art Auction (Indianapolis, IN) | *Blendlatino (Buenos
Aires, Argentina) | Blond Contemporary (London, UK) | Blue Print Gallery (Dallas, TX) | C Fine Art (New York, NY &
Bridgehampton, NY) | Carlton Fine Arts presents Linjie Deng (New York, NY) | COLM ROWAN FINE ART (East Hampton, NY) |
Contessa Gallery (Cleveland, OH & Palm Beach, FL) | Corridor Contemporary (Tel Aviv & Philadelphia, PA) | David
Benrimon Fine Art (New York, NY) | Discoveries in American Art (New York, NY)| Elizabeth Clement Fine Art (Boston, MA
& New York, NY) | *ESTELLA (New Orleans, LA) | Ethan Cohen Gallery (New York, NY) | Evan Lurie Gallery (Carmel, IN) |
Galerie d?Orsay (Boston, MA) | Green River Stone Company (Fly River, NY) Guarisco Gallery (Washington, DC) | HAVOC
Gallery (Burlington, VT) | *Helicline Fine Art (New York, NY) | Hollis Taggart (New York, NY) | Joysetta & Julius
African American Museum of Nassau County (Hempstead, NY) | Kristy Stubbs Gallery (Dallas, TX) | Lawrence Fine Art
(East Hampton, NY) | *Lori Austin Gallery (California) | Louis K. Meisel Gallery (New York, NY) |*Loves Art Gallery
(Southampton, NY) |*Maria Elena Kravetz Gallery (Argentina) | Marisol Art NYC (New York, NY) | Mark Borghi (New York,
NY & Bridgehampton, NY) | Matthew Swift Gallery (Gloucester, MA) | Maune Contemporary (Atlanta, GA) |*Metaverse
Gallery (Brazil)| *MIA Curatorial (Miami, FL) | Moberg Gallery (Des Moines, IA) | *Moonspace Art Gallery (Houston, TX)
| Morton Contemporary Gallery (Philadelphia, PA) | Mother Gallery (Beacon, NY) | Octavia Art Gallery (New Orleans, LA)
| *Off the Wall Gallery (Houston, TX) | Onessimo Fine Art (Palm Beach, FL) | Ozymandias Wines (Laurel, NY) | Quogue
Gallery (Quogue, NY) | *Retrospecht Galleries (Australia) | Roman Fine Art (East Hampton, NY) | Saphira & Ventura
Gallery (New York, NY) | Shima Shanti (San Diego, CA) | Sohn Fine Art (Lenox, MA) | Stafford Gallery (Healdsburg, CA)
| *STAIR (Hudson, NY) | Stanek Gallery (Philadelphia, PA) | Steidel Fine Art (Lake Worth Beach, FL) | Tambaran 2
Gallery (New York, NY) | Taylor | Graham (New York, NY) | The Wild Horses of Sable Island Gallery by Roberto Dutesco
(Greenwich, CT) |Tyler Fine Art (St. Louis, MO) | *Urevbu Contemporary (Memphis, TN) | Vanessa M. Arico Fine Art
(Asbury Park, NJ) | Walker Fine Art (New York, NY & San Francisco, CA) | Willoughby (East Hampton, NY)
hamptonsfineartfair.com

Saturday + Sunday, September 11th + 12th
Landscape Pleasures

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Please email benefitevents@parrishart.org for details about any of the upcoming benefit events.
parrishart.org

Saturday, September 18th - 6 to 8:30 pm
2021 Hamptons Designer Showhouse Preview Cocktail Party

The Hampton Designer Showhouse will return this Fall 2021 to Southampton with a Preview Party!
For the past 21 years, Hampton Designer Showhouse has been the showcase for America’s premier
design talent. Proceeds will benefit Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, Southampton, NY. Over the
years, the Showhouse has raised nearly $2M for the Hospital. HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens)
is the 2021 Presenting Sponsor and Kohler Co. is the 2021 Design Sponsor.

The Hampton Designer Showhouse, now in its twenty-first year, will feature over 20 top interior
designers from the Hamptons, New York City and nationwide who will transform a magnificent, historic
Hampton house from the 1800s into a decorating masterpiece. The Showhouse is located at 155 Hampton Road
in Southampton, NY. The 2021 Hampton Designer Showhouse will be generously provided by Jason Khan and
Juan Londono. Audrey Gruss is the Honorary Preview Party Chair. Jamie Drake and Alexa Hampton are the
Honorary Design Chairs.

The Hampton Designer Showhouse will open with a party at the Showhouse on Saturday, September 18, 2021.
Tickets begin at $225. The Showhouse will be open to the public Sunday, September 19, 2021 to Sunday,
October 31, 2021. Showhouse hours will be as follows: Monday through Sunday, 11:00am - 5:00pm (last
admission 30 minutes before closing). Children six and under, infants, strollers and pets are not
admitted in the Showhouse. Admission to the Showhouse is $40 and includes the Showhouse Journal.
Please email info@hamptondesignershowhouse.com for tickets to the opening party and to the daily
run of the Showhouse!
hamptondesignershowhouse.com

Sunday, September 19th - 9 am to 12 noon
Cars and Coffee

Bridgehampton Museum
2368 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton
The event, now in its fifth year, is hosted by the organizers of the invite-only exhibition, "The Bridge,"
which takes place the day before at the site of the former Bridgehampton Race Circuit.

Cars and Coffee is an atypical social gathering that is catered to vintage car owners and enthusiasts alike.
More than 250 classic cars are expected, and admission is free. This exhibition will welcome families and
will provide a fun environment for kids. Cars and Coffee will offer live music entertainment, as well as food
and beverages from Smorgasburg. Enthusiasts are encouraged to bring a vehicle to display! No RSVP required.
Please email info@thebridgehamptons.com for more information.

Monday, September 20th - 11 am to 8 pm
Maidstone Club Golf Outing

50 Old Beach Lane in East Hampton
Golf at the historic, ocean-front Maidstone Club in East Hampton. Practice on the gorgeously maintained grounds
while you work up an appetite for the delicious lunch served on the Clubhouse veranda overlooking one of the most
beautiful ocean beaches in America. The shotgun tournament begins at 1:30 pm followed by cocktails, dinner, and an
awards ceremony honoring the top tier golfers at the outing. Pricing $1100 per player.

A Tickets can be purchased online or by calling the Special Events Department at 631-324-0806. New Corporate
Sponsorship Opportunities Available so please contact Kristin Eberstadt at (631) 324-0806 ext. 13 or by email
at keberstadt@guildhall.org.
guildhall.org

Saturday, September 25th - 3:30 to 5:30 (2 pm for Walkathon)
VI Chandon Reception at The Baker House
2nd annual Healthy Steps for Healthy Pets Walk-A-Thon

Veterinarians International Benefit Reception
Hosts: Antonella Bertello, Christine Evangelista + Jennifer Frommer
Please meet at The Baker House at 181 Main Street in East Hampton at 2:00 pm for a 1-mile group walk
(2 miles total) to East Hampton Main Beach and back. There will be a Chandon reception with a live
auction and stories from VI Founding President, Dr. Scarlett Magda. Expect a fun time with prizes
for walkers raising the most money, and giveaways!

This year's mission is to raise $100,000 for a desperately needed portable x-ray machine for injured
baby elephants and wildlife, as well as veterinary aid for pets in need. We are pleased to offer light
bites by Dopo La Spiaggia, bubbles by Chandon, and Rose by Channe Rose. In addition, we welcome special
guest, National Geographic Explorer, Creative Conservationistand VI Ambassador, Asher Jay. The afternoon
will also efeature a Live Auction by Ryan Willard and include unique, one-of-a-kind items with all proceeds
going towards our goal.

Live auction items include:
An exclusive photoshoot with you and your pet by fashion icon Steven Klein (estimated value is $100 000-$350,000)
An Original work by Michael Combs titled 'Eel grass, fish net, cedar and rock' (valued at $7500)
Two tickets to a live taping of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

We will also have several pieces of select Artworks for sale which include hand-made beaded dog collars
and artisanal jewelry, all exclusively made for VI by Beadworks Kenya. 100% of proceeds will be benefiting
Veterinarians International and our mission. Please register and buy tickets online.

We kindly ask that you park on James Lane, in front of The Baker House on Main Street or at the East Hampton
Library. There will be no parking available at the venue.

Or join in FROM WHEREVER YOU ARE!
You can also walk on your own, or form your own walking group wherever you are and raise funds for animals
in need. It's a global event that invites people from all over the world to participate! To join us from
your neighborhood, all you need to do is sign up and complete your walk anytime on or before October 4th
by visiting www.vetsinternational.org. Share your experience and photos of you and your pooch with our
community on Instagram.
vetsinternational.org


Saturday, September 25th
Dinner in the Vines

Peconic Bay Vineyards
31320 Main Road in Cutchogue
Showcasing the wines of the East End paired with dishes from top regional chefs. This fun, rustic events
celebrates Long Island wines and winemakers. Ticket prices for General Admission are $150 apiece. 21 + older please.

Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or please call 631.227.0188 for more information.
danstasteofsummer.com

Saturday, October 2nd
Fall Fling (aka Spring Fling)

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
Please email benefitevents@parrishart.org for details about any of the upcoming benefit events.
parrishart.org

SAVE THE DATE!!
COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND
29th ANNUAL Hamptons International Film Festival

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

We will be adding and adjusting this Summer Social Calendar for 2021 as covid restrictions permit!
There will be MUCH MORE added as our lives get back to normal here in The Hamptons!!