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April GUILD HALL – THE JOHN DREW THEATER 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings The Naked Stage is a working collective of performing artists dedicated to the development of theatre on the East End of Long Island. The members of The Naked Stage believe in the possibilities generated by the collaboration of devoted people. We wish to provide a focal point for the encouragement of theatre and all it’s associated arts. The Naked Stage: Works in Progress serves as an incubator and laboratory for actors, writers, directors, dancers, composers, musicians and designers to practice and explore their craft free from the constraints of production schedules, budgets, criticism and public performance. Tues 4/7 The Naked Stage presents a staged reading of CRIMINAL MINDS by Robin Swicord 7:30 pm Lead Artist: Molly McKenna. Featuring Joe DeSane, Molly McKenna and Josh Perl. CRIMINAL MINDS is the tale an escaped convict, his beleaguered girlfriend, and an amnesiac who may be a criminal mastermind. While holed up on an abandoned miniature golf course, will they be able to plan the perfect crime? Only if the mysterious Renfroe remembers his special talent. Robin Swicord is a successful screenwriter who was an Oscar nominee this year for THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON. While in New York, she wrote "Last Days at the Dixie Girl Cafe," for some fellow graduates of her alma mater who were setting up a theatre company. The play received good notices and eventually moved to off-Broadway. Swicord wrote the scripts for "Shag", which starred Bridget Fonda, and "You Ruined My Life", which was shown as a movieof-the-week on CBS. She wrote and directed the recent film version of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" starring Winona Ryder and Susan Sarandon. Swicord and her husband, Nicholas Kazan, wrote the screenplay for "Matilda" based on the novel by Roald Dahl. Other screen credits include screenwriter and producer of "Practical Magic" and "The Perez Family" and director and screenwriter of "Red Coat". Fri 4/24 – Sun 4/26 THE NAKED STAGE MARATHON Various Times Free Twelve Interdisciplinary performance pieces on one exciting weekend! Fri 4/24 Naked Stage Marathon: MOONLIGHT DRIFT & REVERIES A Theatrical and Musical Journey through Eastern Long Island 6:00 pm $20 General Admission/$18 Members of Guild Hall/$5 Students under 18 6:00 pm Guild Hall in association with Steeplechase Arts and The Montauk School present MOONLIGHT DRIFT & REVERIES A Theatrical and Musical Journey through Eastern Long Island. Lead Artists: Damon Ferrante and Amy Martin. Featuring Gerard Doyle, Kate Mueth, Lilah Gosman, Sheng-Yuan Kuan, Students from Monauk School and an ensemble cast TBA. Steeplechase Arts is a production company integrating innovation and tradition in opera, classical music and theater. The company has produced concerts and operas at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Space, and the John Drew Theater of Guild Hall among other institutions. Steeplechase and the Montauk School will be presenting a program of theater and music about winter and the eastern end of Long Island. The program interweaves humor, adventure, high-spiritedness, with observations on ecology and the natural world, including magic and kindness to tell a tale about the interconnectedness of the landscape and people. Professional actors Gerard Doyle and Kate Mueth, along with professional musicians Lilah Gosman (soprano) and Sheng-Yuan Kuan (pianist) will be accompanied by students from the Montauk School who have participated in Theater and Music Composition Workshops that helped create sections of the program. Fri 4/24 Naked Stage Marathon: Staged Reading of ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST By Dale Wasserman / based on the novel by Ken Kesey 8:00 pm Directed by Michael Nathanson. Featuring Stephen Hamilton, Ed Kassar, Kate Mueth, Joe DeSane, Michael Nathanson, Nick Fondulis, Andrew Botsford, Josh Gladstone, Josh Perl, Shashi Balooja, Rachel Viola, Joseph Brondo, Tanya Tavereau, Rik Colitti, Glen Rozzi, Teri Greene, Susan Retzky and an ensemble cast TBA. R.P. McMurphy, a charming rougue, contrives to serve a short sentence in an airy mental hospital rather than in a prison. This, he learns, was a mistake. He clashes with the head nurse and wages war on the institution that confines him; he threatens to tear down the thin boundaries between the sane and the insane. McMurphy leads inmates into revolution and out of introversion, brightening up an otherwise terrifyingly gray world. This is a contemporary tragedy - at times hilarious, at others heroic, but consistently liberating. Winner of both the 2001 Tony Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Revival of a Play. "Cuckoo is captivating." N.Y. Post. "Scarifying and powerful." N.Y. Times. "Funny, touching, and exciting." N.Y. Daily News. "One of the finest, most

meaningful and most moving plays of recent times." WPIX TV. Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. Sat 4/25 Naked Stage Marathon: THEATRE GAMES - ACTion Workshop for 5-9 years olds with Tanya Tavereau 11:30 am – 1:00 pm $10 / $8 Members of Guild Hall Taught by professional actress and teaching artist Tanya Tavereau, this workshop is all about games...theatre games specifically designed to draw out children’s creativity and to develop performance skills. Children play to learn more about themselves and the world around them. Game playing also offers ample opportunities to build self-confidence and enhance self esteem. Tanya Tavereau is a graduate of the Actors Studio Drama School, Masters Degree Program. She starred as the kooky cockney cook in Don’t Dress for Dinner at The John Drew Theater, and received rave reviews. She played Marion in Harvey Fiersteins’ On Tidy Endings at The Actors Studio as well as Circle in the Square. Some of her favorite roles she’s worked on include Chick in Crimes of the Heart, Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and a year of research and performance work on Marilyn Monroe. Ms. Tavereau was an elementary school teacher for 10 years in New York City. While teaching at the Lycee Francais she started the Creative Play Afterschool Workshop, which was geared toward children with language and developmental difficulties. She has since turned the curriculum into several different school programs and does workshops as a visiting artist. She is currently a private coach and voice-over artist in radio, t.v. and film. Sat 4/25 Naked Stage Marathon: NEWLY NAKED – New works by East End Writers 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Featuring stories from In the Hamptons read by Dan Rattiner, scenes from Lunch with the Drama Queen, a new play directed and written by playwright Hortense Carpentier, and selections from the new musical The ViolinMaker by Stephen Dickman. Directed by Joseph Brondo. Featruing Dan Rattiner, Melissa Hermann, Glen Rozzi, Brett Chizever, Karen Hochstedler, Lydia Franco-Hodges, Michelle Murphy, and Robert Anthony. “Rattiner… provides a beach-chair view of New York’s storied swath of spot-lit sand in his new memoir, In th Hamptons: My Fifty Years With Farmers, Fishermen, Artists, Billionaires and Celebrities.: - Olivia Barker, ;USA Today. Lunch with the Drama Queen, by Hortense Carpentier, is about two long-time girlfriends who meet for lunch and try yet again to reconcile loving each other while existing on different planets. The ViolinMaker, a new musical composed by Stephen Dickman, examines the conflict between artistic integrity and material success. Utilizing biblical and contemporary elements, The ViolinMaker celebrates the power of lyrical music and its ability to transport character and audience alike to transcendent and unknown realms. Sat 4/25 Naked Stage Marathon: Comedy Improv Workshop for All Ages 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Free Led by actor Nick Fondulis and his band of fools, this workshop will introduce you to the wonderful world of comedy improvisation. Get ready to be inventive! Sat 4/25 Naked Stage Marathon: Staged reading of THE ILLUSION by Pierre Corneille, adapted by Tony Kushner 6:00pm Lead Artist: Josh Gladstone. Featuring Joe DeSane, Rachel Viola, Nick Fondulis, Josh Gladstone, Tanya Tavereau, Josh Perl, Anne Seelbach, Michael Nathanson and Andrew Botsford. Originally produced by the New York Theater Workshop. "In an eminently playable, witty adaptation by Tony Kushner, THE ILLUSION comes across as downright entertaining, not an adjective anyone who reads Corneille in college is likely to expect. Unlike his better known plays, which have heroic subjects, THE ILLUSION is concerned with domestic matters the alienation of parents from children, marital infidelity. While it is serious about these subjects, it puts them in an unusual context: A father has consulted a magician about his estranged son, and the magician shows him scenes from his son's life...The comedy is elegant, full of depth..." Howard Kissel, Daily News "What a fascinating, totally theatrical excursion we're in for in this 17th Century fairytale-fable first spun by French classical dramatist Pierre Corneille." Polly Warfield, Drama-Logue Produced through special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc. The script to this play may be purchased from B P P I at BroadwayPlayPubl.com Sat 4/25 Naked Stage Marathon: Staged Reading of LYSISTRATA by Aristophanes, adapted by Carolyn Balducci 8:00 pm Directed by Dana Segal and Kate Mueth. Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. The ancient world is gripped by a long and futile war. While the men of Athens fight in a foreign land, the women of Athens can take no more. In secret, they meet with the enemy women and form a pact. The battle moves into the bedroom. No sex for the men - unless the women get peace! Sat 4/25 Naked Stage Marathon: The Naked Stage: Taboo! 10:30 pm at Rowdy Hall 10 Main Street, East Hampton $15 includes FREE DRINK (21 and older) Featuring Lisa Bonner, Michael Nathanson, Licia James Zegar, Josh Gladstone, Kate Mueth, Morgan Duke, Joseph Brondo, Glen Rozzi, Rachel Viola, Nick Fondulis, Terie Greene, Joe DeSane, and Joshua Perl. Directed by Joseph Brondo. Join the Naked Stage actors backstage for a late night feast of bawdy scenes, wicked recitations and cold beer. Sex, love, violence, filthy language, and one free drink included with admission. Tickets available in advance at GH box office or Rowdy Hall at curtain. Sun 4/26 Naked Stage Marathon: Staged Reading of THE GRAPES OF WRATH by John Steinbeck, adapted by Frank Galati 2:00 pm

Directed by Josh Gladstone. Featuring Hugh King, Rachel Viola, Robert Anthony, Toni Munna, Michael Nathanson, Andrew Botsford, Josh Perl, Joseph Brondo, Peter Fitzgerald, Laura Engel, Emma Engel, Jimmy Ewing, Joe Gonzalez, Burke Gonzalez, August Gladstone, Joe Pallister, Jessica Bailey, Shashi Balooja, Vay David and Brett Chizever. Winner of the 1990 Tony Award and Outer Critics Circle Award. A powerful and deeply affecting stage version of one of the masterpieces of American literature. Holding to the simplicity and directness of the original novel, the play uses the sparest of technical means to convey its timeless message of the persistence and strength of the human spirit as it battles against the adversities of nature and an uncaring society. "…majestic…leaves one feeling that the generosity of spirit he saw in a brutal country is not so much lost as waiting once more to be found." —NY Times. "This is, overall, a thrilling theatrical achievement that gets its power from the still sharp relevance of its human message…" —NY Post. "THE GRAPES OF WRATH is a lesson in history, stagecraft, and truth that we cannot afford not to learn." —NY Magazine. Sun 4/26 “Bring Your Own Bowl” Garden Picnic and Soup Kitchen to benefit The Springs Community Seedlings Project 4:30 pm Suggested donation of $10 adults/$5 children/$20 with wine/under 5 Free Directly following a Staged Reading of THE GRAPES OF WRATH, Guild Hall and the Springs Community Seedlings Project will be hosting a “Bring Your Own Bowl” Garden Picnic and Soup Kitchen in the Ruth Dean Memorial Garden at Guild Hall. Soups and bread from some of the East End’s best chefs will be featured, as well as iced tea, lemonade, and wine (for an additional suggested donation). This benefit will support The Springs Community Seedlings project, a program sponsored by Project MOST (Making the MOST of After School Time). The Springs Community Seedlings Project, which is a collaboration between local restauranteurs who are parents of children at the Springs School, local farms and the after school program Project MOST, is a greenhouse and garden that will serve as a learning laboratory and community food source at the school. Sun 4/26 Naked Stage Marathon: THEATRE GAMES - ACTion Workshop for Teens 14 & up with Tanya Tavereau 11:30 am – 1:00 pm $10 / $8 Members of Guild Hall Taught by professional actress and teaching artist Tanya Tavereau, this workshop is all about games...theatre games specifically designed to draw out creativity and to develop performance skills. We play to learn more about ourselves and the world around us. Games help teach us how to work and live together, to accommodate and to help one another. Because most games have winners and losers, we learn to accept positive and negative outcomes. This is a great family workshop! Tanya Tavereau is a graduate of the Actors Studio Drama School, Masters Degree Program. She starred as the kooky cockney cook in Don’t Dress for Dinner at The John Drew Theater, and received rave reviews. She played Marion in Harvey Fiersteins’ On Tidy Endings at The Actors Studio as well as Circle in the Square. Some of her favorite roles she’s worked on include Chick in Crimes of the Heart, Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and a year of research and performance work on Marilyn Monroe. Ms. Tavereau was an elementary school teacher for 10 years in New York City. While teaching at the Lycee Francais she started the Creative Play Afterschool Workshop, which was geared toward children with language and developmental difficulties. She has since turned the curriculum into several different school programs and does workshops as a visiting artist. She is currently a private coach and voice-over artist in radio, t.v. and film. Sun 4/26 Naked Stage Marathon: 3 SHORT COMEDIES - Staged Readings of THE WAY OF ALL FISH by Elaine May, BOY MEETS GIRL by Wendy Wasserstein, and GOD by Woody Allen 7:00 pm $8 Members / $10 Nonmembers 3 SHORT COMEDIES: Staged Readings of THE WAY OF ALL FISH by Elaine May, BOY MEETS GIRL by Wendy Wasserstein, and GOD by Woody Allen. Directed by Josh Perl and Toni Munna. Featuring Joe DeSane, Shashi Balooja, Josh Gladstone, Kate Mueth, Jackie Fenley, Judi Roth, David Weinstein, Ellen Paul,Joe Mintzer, Andrew Berg, Michael Nathanson, Joseph Brondo, Morgan Duke, Lisa Bonner, Rachel Viola and an ensemble cast TBA. THE WAY OF ALL FISH by Elaine May: The first of the three hit comedies produced Off Broadway under the title Power Plays, this is a ping pong power game played between a self absorbed executive and her seemingly drab secretary. Over an impromptu dinner together, the executive's condescending graciousness drains away as the secretary explains her fantasy of gaining immortality by killing someone famous and successful someone like her boss. "Oodles of laughs." N.Y Daily News. BOY MEETS GIRL by Wendy Wasserstein: Dan and Molly, two successful, thirty-something New Yorkers, are afraid of making a commitment. With the help of their psychiatrists, they finally find the courage to tie the knot under the altar before Her Majesty, the Queen. GOD by Woody Allen: Set in an empty Greek amphitheater, this mad play within a play switches back and forth between ancient Athens and modern Broadway. A Greek actor and a writer are discussing how to end a play. Actors, including Doris Levine from Great Neck, Blanche DuBois, and Groucho Marx, pop out of the audience. Peppered with metaphysical and philosophical questions, the play skids along farcically until the actor and writer conclude that it lacks a beginning as well as an end. Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. GUILD HALL MUSEUM AND GALLERIES 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Apr 25 – May 30 71st Annual Artist Members Exhibition We are delighted to have Jodi Hauptman serve as the Awards Juror. Ms. Hauptman is a Curator in the Department of Drawings at The Museum

of Modern Art. She joined the Museum in 2002 and is the author of Joseph Cornell: Stargazing in the Cinema. Ms. Hauptman is the winner of the 2001 prestigious Charles C. Eldredge Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in American Art. She has taught at Princeton University, Yale University and the University of Delaware. Sat 4/25 Opening Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 4/4 – 4/25 Children’s Saturday SPRING Morning Art Workshops 11am – 12pm Four sessions $20 (Members $12) / Walk-in $5 (Members $3) Sat 4/4 Let’s Start With an Easel!! Constructing and designing mini-artist studios with artist Linda Capello (5+ years) Sat 4/11 What Shapes Do I See In Front of Me?! Roomscapes with artist Linda Capello (5+ years) Sat 4/ 18 What Do I See Staring Back at Me?! Peoplescapes with artist Linda Capello (5+ years) Sat 4/25 Let’s Get Some Fresh Air!! Outdoor landscapes with artist Linda Capello (5+ years) BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf 725-9500 Cabaret At The Bay! What better way to spend a Saturday evening than in the company of great friends, in a great atmosphere with great music! Join us on Saturday nights at 10:00 pm when Bay Street opens its doors to our new Cabaret @ The Bay. On Saturday nights at 10 pm, following The Picture Show, Bay Stree will open the Lobby to musical performers from the East End to NYC. These evenings promise to be a wonderful mixture of talent with as many varied musical styles as there are performers. Tickets are $20 at the door and a cash bar will be available. Reservations are requested and can be made by calling 631-725-0818 ext. 110. So grab your friends and come on down to The Bay on Saturday nights and see what a little night music can do for your spirit! Sat 4/18 Luiz Simas 10:00pm $10 Join us for an evening with Luiz Simas! Doors open at 9:30 pm. Reserve in advance – limited seating! Fri 4/24 Stages Presents Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” 8:00 pm $15 “Be Our Guest” and step into the enchanted world of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” presented by Stages, A Children’s Theater Workshop, Inc. Stages’ production is directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard and performed by over 40 young actors ages eight to 19. The musical accompaniment is provided by Amanda Jones and James Benard, with sets created by Robin Richards and Goran Petmil. The magical costumes, an intrinsic part of the production, are provided by Red Curtain Rentals and Barbara Oldak. The stage version of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” based on the Academy Award-winning animated movie, includes all the wonderful songs written by Alan Menken, with lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, along with new songs co-written by Tim Rice. With an enthralling book by Linda Woolverton, Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” entertained Broadway audiences for over 13 years under the direction of Robert Jess Roth. Now a modern Broadway classic, Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” has been called “the ultimate family entertainment.” This “tale as old as time” should be enjoyed by anyone who has wanted to be loved just for who they are. Additional performances on Saturday, April 25 at 2 pm and 8 pm, and Sunday, April 26 at 2 pm. BAY STREET THEATRE CLASSES Bay Street at Long Wharf 725-9500 Bay Street Offers classes for theatre lovers throughout the year. For further information please contact Murphy Davis at 631-725-0818, ext. 108 THE PICTURE SHOW @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Join us for The Picture Show@Bay Street Theatre - our classic film series that gives you the opportunity to see films as they were meant to be seen - - on the big screen! All movies start at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 each - unless otherwise noted - and can be purchased one hour prior to the movie. Dinner and a Movie? Stop by The American Hotel before the movie and enjoy a wonderful prix-fixe dinner for just $24.95. Your dinner price includes the movie and a small bucket of popcorn. Reservations are necessary and can be made by calling The American Hotel at 7253535. Greta Garbo Weekend Fri 4/3 Camille 8:00 pm A Parisian courtesan must choose between the young man who loves her and the callous baron who wants her, even as her own health begins to fail.

Doris Day/Rock Hudson Weekend Fri 4/10 Lover Come Back 8:00 pm Doris Day and Rock Hudson star in the 1962 romantic comedy with Tony Randall and Edie Adams, directed by Delbert Mann. Tony Randall received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and Stanley Shapiro and Paul Henning won the Oscar for Best Writing, Story and Screenplay. Sat 4/11 Pillow Talk 8:00 pm A man and woman share a telephone line and despise each other, but then he has fun by romancing her with his voice disguised. Melvyn Douglas Weekend Fri 4/17 Ninotchka 8:00 pm Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas and Bela Lugosi star in the 1940 classic comedy romance, directed by Ernst Lubitsch. Nominated for 4 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Actress in a Leading Role (Garbo), Best Writing, Original Story and Best Writing-Screenplay. Sat 4/18 Being There 8:00 pm Melvyn Douglas, Shirley MacLaine, Peter Sellers and Jack Warden star in this hilarious 1979 film, directed by Hal Ashby and based on the novel by Jerzy Kosinski. Melvyn Douglas won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor and Peter Sellers was nominated for the Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role. BEING THERE also won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actor (Peter Sellers) and Supporting Actor (Douglas). KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Dedicated to providing young people with intelligent, adventurous entertainment that nurtures the capacity for wonder, "KidStreet" features performances and presentations from the industry's most talented professional artists for young audiences. Learning powered, stimulating and FUN for the whole family!!! The Saturday Morning Picture Show 11:00 am $7 Bring the kids to Bay Street every Saturday morning at 11 am to watch classic family films on Bay Street's big screen! Sat 4/4 Annie Broadway musical based on the Little Orphan Annie comic strip. A young orphan girls adventures in finding a family that will take her. Sat 4/11 Iron Giant A boy makes friends with an innocent alien giant robot that a paranoid government agent wants to destroy. Sat 4/18 The Goonies They call themselves "The Goonies." The secret caves. The old lighthouse. The lost map. The treacherous traps. The hidden treasure. And Sloth... Join the adventure. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 2/8 – 4/12 Damaged Romanticism: A Mirror of Modern Emotion Fifteen internationally recognized contemporary artists create paintings, sculptures, installations, video, and films that stress emotions without relying on the finality of classic Romanticism. Belonging to neither a style nor a traditional “school,” the artists and works of art featured in this exhibition embody an outlook forged in often heartbreaking disappointment but never resigned to the social conditions that precipitated the initial pain for failure. This collusion or juncture between a romantic ideal (or idealism) and the often harsh and depressing reality of contemporary life, particularly in the aftermath of recent natural and man-made disasters, has made the subject the cornerstone of the creative subtext for the artists whose work is the focus of this exhibition. These artists, like their literary and artistic antecedents, embody an outlook forged in the realities of everyday discouragement, mitigated by either a stoic determination or an inexorable sense of hope and optimism. The resulting artworks capture the existential dilemma of the human condition. Sat 4/4, 4/11, 4/18 Exhibition Tour 2:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Enjoy a docent-led tour of the current exhibition. Mon 4/6 First Monday tour for seniors 1:00 pm Free Seniors enjoy free admission and a docent-led tour of the current exhibition the first Monday of each month. Light refreshments are served. 4/19 – 6/21 Mixed Greens: Artists Choose Artists on the East End The call for entries for the Parrish Art Museum’s spring exhibition “Mixed Greens: Artists Choose Artists on the East End” generated an enthusiastic response. We were glad for the opportunity to see such a quantity of work by artists of the region. Thank you to our distinguished roster of nine jurors who spent the last months of 2008 reviewing entries and visiting studios. The result of their efforts is as follows: John Alexander chose Jessica Benjamin, Michael Combs chose Randall Rosenthal, April Gornik chose Lucy Winton, Mary Heilmann chose Frazer P. Dougherty, Richard Kalina chose Peter Dayton, Michelle Stuart chose Jody Pinto, Donald Sultan chose Stephen Laub, John Torreano chose Kevin Teare, and Joe Zucker chose Ellen Wiener. Congratulations to all.

Sat 4/18 Exhibition Opening: Mixed Greens 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Members Free / $7 Nonmembers Join us for a 6 pm panel discussion and 7 pm reception. Museum Director Terrie Sultan will moderate a discussion with three of the jurors and their selected artists: John Alexander and Jessica Benjamin, Donald Sultan and Stephen Laub, and Michelle Stuart and Jody Pinto. A reception will follow, featuring a performance by the XFrames – an experimental punk band featuring exhibition artist Peter Dayton, Stan Stokowski, and Jameson Ellis. SPANIERMAN GALLERY AT EAST HAMPTON 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton 329-9530 4/2 – 5/4 Light of Spring III Featuring East End Artists Deborah Black, Priscilla Bowden, Ty Stroudsburg, and Susan Vecsey. GRENNING GALLERY 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 725-8469 4/25 – 5/17 “Spring Break” at the Grenning Gallery Featuring recent works by Stephen Bauman, Vincent Giarrano, Daniel Graves, Michael Kotasek, Chris Pugliese, Dave Peikon, Adam Rhude & Patty Watwood, and introducing... Colin Berry & Shea Keating. Sat 4/25 “Spring Break” Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm SURFACE LIBRARY 845 Springs Fireplace Road East Hampton 291-9061 4/17 – 4/19 Poncho Rotation A special three-day art event curated by Joseph Eschenberg. The exhibit promises to be a very insightful look at the reflections of some artists’ view of fallen heroes and the affects of war. Joe has thoughtfully assembled a collection of artistic works that respectfully comment upon the fallen soldier and the war experience. Participating artists include: Bob Bachler, Joseph Eschenberg, Victor Kerpel, Michael Knigin, Rich MacDonald, Karyn Mannix, Lynn Matsuoka, Hiam Mizrahi, Oliver Peterson and Monica Sharf. Sat 4/18 Opening Reception 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm 4/23 – 4/26 and 4/30 – 5/3 Furnish – A Unique Designer Event Surface Library (Springs) and Keyes Art (12 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY) co-host an exposition of highly individual art-furniture, accessories, lighting, rugs and sculpture. Two venues, two weekends. Sat 4/25 Opening Receptions 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm PRITAM & EAMES 29 Race Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631-324-7111 Mon - Sat 10:00 am through 5:00 pm and Sun 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm Closed Wednesdays Pritam & Eames Gallery is synonymous with the finest work in American furniture making since 1981. As the country's oldest established gallery associated with the American studio furniture movement, PRITAM & EAMES represents a celebrated group of artist-craftsmen whose distinctly personal work is convincing proof of America's strength in the decorative arts. In addition to the one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture, the gallery exhibits functional work in ceramics, glass, holloware and jewelry. Wed 4/29 2009 Early Spring Show 10:00 am – 5:00 pm This initiates the 28th season of this East End furniture gallery - perhaps the finest furniture gallery in the world, according to Jack Lenor Larsen. Since its opening in 1981, the gallery has been associated with a now celebrated group of artist/craftsmen who make one of a kind and limited edition studio furniture. In addition to the surrounding collection of studio furniture, the Early Spring Show will introduce new work from Washington state furniture maker, Stewart Wurtz, California maker, Greg Smith, and Australian chair maker, Tony Kenway, who has made a rocker of Tasmanian Blackwood. Also in the show, is a new lighting creation by Hilliards, who have their own foundry in CA, to their own casting. The Early Spring Show opens on March 20 and continues to May 19. EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 324-0362 SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0011 Sat 4/11 Easter Bonnet Parade and Petting Zoo, Main Street, Sag Harbor 1:00 pm The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Annual Easter Bonnet Parade and Petting Zoo will be held on Saturday, April 11. Children, adults, and even pets are welcome to join in the fun! The Easter Bunny will lead the sidewalk parade starting at 1 p.m. in front of

the Sag Harbor Laundromat. Wear your most creative Easter Bonnet, parade down Main Street, and head to the Sag Harbor Garden Center for a free Petting Zoo! The Sag Harbor Variety Store and Harbor Pets will award prizes to all participants. MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Center for the Arts, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton 287-4377 Southampton Cultural Center Chamber Series $20 General Admission / $10 Seniors and Students Sat 4/4 Escher String Quartet 3:00 pm Sun 4/5 Yarn/Wire 3:00 pm Sat 4/18 Dana Maiben, baroque violin and Arthur Haas, harpsichord 7:00 pm 4/13 – 4/26 Art Exhibit: Susan Rockford 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm daily Local artist Susan Rockford works in digital, acrylics, and multi-media. Sat 4/18 Opening Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm THE WATERMILL CENTER 39 Watermill Town Road Watermill, N Y 11976 726-4628 A line of thought, a line of action, a line of... Work-in-progress viewings twice weekly from April 6 – 27 Phone Center for details Sat 4/25 Performance 2:30pm Maria Jose Arjona's piece comprises a series of daily performances where the body acts as a catalyst, promoter and executer of a process, and is capable of unveiling the correlation between an idea, action and drawing. Her work is continuous and will take place throughout the Center, often in forgotten or transition spaces. The documentation of the entire residency will manifest into a gallery-based piece. Maria Jose Arjona's performance pieces reveal a clear meta-interest in artistic process, as well as a fascination with the capacities of the body and an aim to produce new languages. Arjona's performances have been exhibited in El Museo de Arte Moderno La Tertulia (Cali, Colombia), El Museo Del Barrio (New York), Exit Art (New York), Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (Santa Marta Colombia), Bass Museum Of Art (Miami), Galeria Al CUADRADO (Bogota-COL) Valenzuela & Klenner Gallery (Bogotá, Colombia), The Ballroom Marfa (Texas) and Gallery Diet (Miami). Her work has been praised by The New York Times, Art Nexus, The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, El Tiempo, Revista Semana, Street, Revista Diners, The Sun Post and Arte Al Dia International. EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Fri 4/17 The Civil War: Letters from Home, with Peggy Sherrill, Kenneth Collum, and Hugh King 7:00 pm This program is part of our Winter Lecture series, "The Homefront: East Hampton, Wars Near and Far." Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton, NY. Admission is free. SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion 17 Meeting House Lane Southampton 283-2494 The Southampton Historical Museum is open year round and housed in the 1843 Rogers Mansion with permanent exhibits of 19th century period rooms, antique toys, old photographs, and 10 historic structures including two barns, a paint shop, one-room school house, carpenters shop. The Research Center has over 10,000 archival materials and reference books on the history of Southampton. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am - 4 pm $4 adults, free for members and children 17 and under. Sat 4/25 Hearthside Poetry Reading 4:00 pm The Southampton Historical Museum, Rogers Memorial Library, and the North Sea Poetry Scene are pleased to offer Hearthside Poetry Readings at the Rogers Mansion. BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-1088 Wed 4/1 Gallery Talk with Jeanelle Myers, Folk Artist 11:00 am Free Explores current exhibition “Warrior Women.” Sat 4/25 “A Main Street Stroll in Bridgehampton” with guide Tony Garro 10:00 am Free The Bridgehampton Historical Society and The Southampton Trails Preservation Society offer a free historic walking tour of Bridgehampton. Led by Tony Garro, STPS Vice President. Meet at the Corwith Homestead, 2368 Montauk Highway. Walk along Main Street and part of Ocean Road.

LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Rd. East Hampton 329-3568 Sat 4/18 Know Thine Enemy 10:00 am – noon Dr. Andrew Senesac of Cornell University Extension will lead an illustrated lecture on Weeds and Weeding: Identification and Eradication. Call to order tickets. Sat 4/25 Rites of Spring - Season Opening 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm $10 Featuring sculptures by Magdalena Abakanowicz, Eric Fischl, Gonzalo Fonseca, Reorge Rickey, Mia Westerlund Roosen, and Johnny Swing. There will also be a site specific water sculpture by Mia Westerlund Roosen. This season, LongHouse Reserve (LHR) is excited to introduce a number of new sculptures including follow East Ender Eric Fischl’s Tumbling Woman which was commissioned to commemorate those who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on 9/11. It was deemed controversial and withdrawn after being installed along a Rockefeller Center concourse. In LHR’s garden, it will be seen under different circumstances. Visitors will discover four of Gonzalo Fonseca’s sculptures which are developed from marble, travertine, limestone and brownstone. LongHouse will reinstall Magdalena Abakanwicz’s two figures which will once again graze across Peter’s Pond. Celebrated kinetic sculpture and contemporary artist George Rickey’s sculptures will entice visitors to study the simplicity and scale of their moving parts. Artist Johnny Swings is known to LHR visitors for his collection of seating that uses a variety of coins, quarters, nickels, and half-dollars. This season Swing’s most recent work The Quarter Lounge will again take common everyday materials and re-purposes them. Finally Mia Westerlund Roosen’s water feature of stucco and running water invites the viewer inside to sit and listen as water cascades through the sculpture from above. Open days for members and the public are 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Wednesdays and Saturdays, from April 25 through October 10. July and August, Wednesday through Saturday. SPRINGS PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 Sat 4/18 Crossroads Coffeehouse 7:00 pm $10 Come in and hear three great local bands: Tequila Mockingbird, After the Carnival, and The Blue Collar Band. ASHAWAGH HALL 780 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 Sat 4/18 “Purgatory” Group Art Exhibition of 40 Regional Artists – Opening Reception 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm “Purgatory” – An exhibition of 40 Artists of the Region who have joined together to present an exhibition of their work as commentary on the state of Purgatory. The exhibition will be held on April 18 and April 19, Saturday from 11 am to 8 pm, and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. The public is welcome. Each artist’s work is a very passionate personal statement on the state of Purgatory. Contact: Ellen Dooley 631-9877005. Sat 4/25 “Visionary” Times Art Exhibition 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Reception 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Luigi G. Colarull’s works consist of fluid and dreamy images and create a powerful sensory experience. Camille Perrottet’s stunning and beautiful photographs show bodies transformed and dissolved in pools of pollutants. Curated by Jane Weissman, NYC Murals & Mural Photographs of Camille Perrottet featured in “On The Wall: Four Decades of Community Murals.” Vivian Polak’s photographs are ‘mindscapes’ – pieces of nature and landscape that have been reenvisioned and repositioned. Also Sunday, April 26, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. BOLTAX GALLERY 21 N. Ferry Road, Shelter Island, NY 631-749-4062 Open Fri – Mon 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM and by appointment “Concepts of Idnetity” Andrea Zuill 4/25 – 5/18 Jessica Grindstaff – “The Extinction Wing” CELADON GALLERY 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill, NY 631-726-2547 4/25 – 5/17 Spring Pottery show & sale 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Saturdays and Sundays A large selection of beautiful handmade pottery including a special display of “Almost Perfect” sale items at discounted prices. DESIGN WITHIN REACH 30 Park Place, East Hampton, NY 11937 631-324-7261 Sat 4/25 Green Gardening 12 noon – 3:30 pm Join us for a presentation by 2 of the East End’s most important Green gardener/landscapers. From noon till 1:30 pm Sam Panton, principal of Terradesign Studios and featured at the Hampton’s Idea House, will share ideas on how to create a sustainable, efficient, and beautiful outdoor space. From 2:00 pm till 3:30 pm, Geoffrey Nimmer, principal of East End Garden Design will discuss efficient and organic installation and maintenance practices.

ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 Sun 4/19 Antonio Lysy, Cello & Neal Stulberg, Piano 3:00 pm Free A program for cello and piano works by Ginastera and Golijov. Wed 4/29 Connecting Shards 7:00 pm Free Courtney Leonard working in clay explores memory and language through her own personal narrative as a woman from the Shinnecock Indian Nation of Long Island. AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY 215 Main Street Amagansett 631-267-3810 THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 Sat 4/4 Opening and Reception: Daniel Gonzales Presents Long Beach Sag Harbor photographer Daniel Gonzales. Through 4/30. Wed 4/22 Playwriting Workshop with Geoffrey Paul Gordon 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $5/session Express yourself in a playwriting workshop with Geoffrey Paul Gordon. Bring ongoing work or begin a new project in a supportive environment that combines creativity with pragmatism. Geoffrey Paul Gordon is an award winning playwright who is currently performing his original oneyogi show KAHMIC YOGA. Fee is $5 per session or $20 for the series. Please register in advance by calling the library at 725-0049. Sat 4/25 Dramatic Reading of Wait Till Next Year 2:00 pm Dramatic reading by David Houston and Diana Heinlein of Wait Till Next Year by Doris Kearns Goodwin. Wait Till Next Year is this year’s Long Island Reads selection. It is a memoir of growing up in a loving family and love of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Diana Heinlein and David Houston present a reading with music in the style of a radio drama of the 1940’s. THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 FRIDAY AT THE MOVIES JJML’s popular Friday at the Movies series is shown on a large screen in the library’s third-floor rotunda. Seating is limited, so please arrive by 5:45 pm. Films start promptly at 6:00 pm. No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free. Fri 4/17 The Pope’s Toilet 6:00 pm Uruguayan drama. In 1988, the town of Melo awaits a visit by the Pope. Thousands of visitors are expected. A pety smuggler decides to build a pay toilet outside his home. Unintended and surprising consequences result. Not rated. MONTAUK LIBRARY 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668 3377 Sun 4/26 Confessions of a Shakespeare Addict 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm By Robert L. Harrison, with Bob Spiotto in the role of Henry Clay Folger, founder of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Introduced and narrated by Robert L. Harrison. Q & A following the performance. A delightful one-act play about the Long Island Dead Poets Society. His poems appear in numerous books, magazines, literary journals and anthologies. MONTAUK PLAYHOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER FOUNDATION 240 Edgemere Street, Montauk, NY 11954 631668-1124 Sat 4/18 Earth Day Celebration at the Montauk Playhouse 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Join us as we dedicate the Suzanne Koch Gosman Memorial Garden and present the Senior Garden planting project led by Eagle Scout Jason Carey. We’ll celebrate with GREEN crafts and refreshments and a reading of Earth Day stories. BOOKHAMPTON 41 Main Street, East Hampton; 91 Main Street, Southampton; 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor; Amagansett Square,154 Main Street, Amagansett 267-5405 Bookhampton Amagansett Has Some Great Events In Store! Mondays at 11:00 am: Stop, Write, Now: How To Write Your Memoir Tuesdays at 11:00 am: STAYING SANE: a conversation, with coffee, on all topics that concern us--from kids reading to parents moving in, finding a new job to understanding current events... Thursdays at 11:00 am: GROWN-UP STORY HOUR: we read to you! Great short stories and conversation every week. Fridays at 11:00 am and Saturdays at 10:00 am & 1:00 pm: Picture Book Story Hour for our youngest

booklovers. Saturdays at 3:00 pm: Listening To Great Music with Jeremy Nussbaum An Introduction and History of Classical and Jazz Composers. Sundays at 3:00 pm: A Year of Reading Updike and Others... call for the weekly story selection. Sat 4/25 East Hampton: Juliette Fay reads from her novel, Shelter Me. 5:00 pm CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Wed 4/1 In the Gallery: David Gonzalez Presents Long Beach Through April 30 Reception Sat 4/4 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sag Harbor resident Daniel Gonzalez presents a series of photographs printed on canvas of Long Beach through the seasons. Sat 4/ 4 “Buddy, Can You Spare a Poem?” 6 :00 pm Open mike poetry reading and Food Drive for the new economy. Read a poem about facing uncertainty and bring a donation for our local food pantry. Call to register. Sat 4/18 Poet Grace Schulman presents an appreciation of poet Marianne Moore 6:00 pm Grace Schulman’s edition of the Complete Poems of Marianne Moore restores much of the work Moore left out of earlier collections. Schulman will speak about her work on the project. THE LONG ISLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION Watermill Community Center Route 27A, Water Mill, NY (the first building on the right after the Windmill) Maxine 725-9321 (1st Saturdays from October through May) Sat 4/4 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm $10/$14 Do I need to know the dances ahead of time? NO. All dances are taught right there as we do them. Do I need to have a partner? NO. Singles are welcome, and so are couples, families, and groups of friends. Do I need dancing shoes? NO. Soft soled shoes are highly recommended because they will be easy on your feet and easy on our floors. Are there lessons for beginners? YES. Arrive early and be ready to dance at 7:45 for a lesson. Are refreshments available? YES - because we bring them to share with each other. Please consider bringing an item to share at our refreshment table. There is also water to keep you hydrated and dancing. ONE OCEAN YOGA CENTER 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton 537-5522 SEVENTH ANNUAL HAMPTONS RESTAURANT WEEK Wordhampton Public Relations (631) 329-0050 or (631) 7276204 Megan@Wordhampton.Com LOAVES & FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Highway Bridgehampton 537-6066 THE COUNTRY SCHOOL 7 Industrial Road, Wainscott NY 11975 Mon 4/27 One Night of Baking Basics with Cakeworks Studio 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm $65 tuition Ever wonder why your baked goods come out lopsided, burnt or still raw in the middle? How about why your whipped cream always ends up tasting more like butter? This class is a one night event where we will show you how to bake the perfect cake - every time (and no, not one from a box!) We will also show you how to make the perfect buttercream, whipped cream, and chocolate frostings to ice your cakes. Bring your friends and enjoy a generous sampling of some of our most favorite recipes while you sit back, relax, and learn how to make a delicious cake for any occasion. Dessert, Coffee, Tea and Wine will be served. Contact: Jennifer DeSane 516-233-0251 WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons, Bridgehampton 536-3040 CULINARY DEMONSTRATIONS Daily 2:00 pm Free Please join us for culinary demonstrations at your local Williams-Sonoma. Our culinary demonstrations will show you how to use and care for products found throughout the store. TECHNIQUE CLASSES Free Please join us for a new series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our technique classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by culinary experts and featuring cuisines from around the world, classes include demonstrations and samples of prepared dishes as well as printed recipes you can take home. Join us for the entire series or choose your favorite

individual classes. Class size is limited, and classes tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space today. COOKING CLASSES AT WILLIAMS SONOMA Tuesdays 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm $55 NICK & TONI'S RESTAURANT 136 North Main Street East Hampton 324-3550 CITTANOUVA 29 Newtown Lane East Hampton 324-6300 THE LODGE RESTAURANT 31 Race Lane, East Hampton, NY 631-324-5022 High-Note Thursdays at The Lodge Restaurant 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Jane Hastay (pianist) and Peter Martin Weiss (bassist) will perform for High-Note Thursdays at The Lodge. BAY BURGER RESTAURANT 1742 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631-899-3914 Thurs 4/30 Thursday Night Jazz Jam Sessions at Bay Burger 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Free Every Thursday night from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm starting in June. A weekly jam session for local musicians! No cover and no reservations required - please come join us! Inquiries: contact John at 631.603.6160 or john@bayburger.com MAIN BEACH SURF AND SPORT, 352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott NY 11975 631-537-2716 Sat 4/18 Kayak Demonstration Day 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Stop by the Main Beach shop for a free demonstration of the latest kayaks from Native Watercraft and others. Store discounts and promotions. Contact: Rick 631-537-2716. MONTAUK POINT STATE PARK 631-668-5000 Seals on Long Island : During the cooler months, some special visitors from the north come to Long Island starting in mid-November. They return to Northern New England and Canada in May. Seals belonging to the Pinniped family (meaning “feather footed” or “winged”), are true seals which lack external earflaps, have torpedo shaped bodies for fast swimming. They have long, sharp claws to help them dig into the ice while climbing out of the water or onto the beach. Unlike sea lions, their front flippers are short and they are referred to as “earless” seals. Their hind flippers are webbed and pointed backwards to help them swim. They have been recorded swimming over 12 miles per hour and have been spotted swimming 70 miles off of the coast of Long Island. Seals haul out of the water to rest, sleep, and warm up in the sun’s heat. While on land sunning themselves, they are often seen in a “banana” shaped position. The seals we see on Long Island are most often Harbor seals, but there are a few other types, such as harp seals, grey seals, hooded seals, and ringed seals. Numbers have been increasing in past years into the thousands around Long Island due to the changing location of their food sources and the changing temperatures of their watery habitat. Most of the seals that visit Long Island are younger seals. These marine mammals eat a variety of crustaceans, fish and shellfish like mussels, clams, oysters and squid. Seal Observation Walks Dates & Times: Join Mike Bottini on a 3 mile (round trip) hike to view seals and learn about their habits, behavior, and population trends in the Long Island region. Dress warm and wear comfortable hiking shoes; we will be outdoors for 2.5 hours. Binoculars recommended but not necessary. Mike will bring a spotting scope that everyone will get a chance to use. This program is sponsored by New York State Parks, and is scheduled to coincide with low tide, when seals are most likely to be basking on the rocks. MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 Montauk Pt. Lighthouse open weekends 10:30am SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 5379735 Reservations are required for all events. Call (631) 537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child (3-12 years of age). Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Sat 4/4 Bluebird Walk 9:00 am Bridgehampton - SoFo In this program learn all about our native Eastern Bluebird from Joe Giunta, an experienced birder, engaging teacher, and birding-tour leader. First Joe will offer a short Bluebird slide program, and then it's off to see firsthand this cavity-nesting bird of open country and woodland edge.

*Children over the age of 12 may attend. Leader: Joe Giunta Sat 4/18 Think Spring! Puppet Show· 10:00 am Bridgehampton The SoFo Nature Explorers, Madeline the pig, Ratzo the shark, Melville the turtle, and their human friend Mrs. B. are thinking about spring. Their winter nature exploration in the field behind the museum was lots of fun, and now it’s April and they’re excited to see what new things they can find outdoors and record in their nature logs. Join them for a chat about nature exploration, a romp in the field to make some early spring discoveries, and a return to the museum to record nature findings. If the children made a nature log with us before bring it along or, if not, we’ll start them on a new one. Leader: Barbara Blaisdell Recommended for children ages 3 to 7. Advance reservations are essential as there is a limited enrollment. Sun 4/19 The Colors and Shapes of Nature 10:00 am Bridgehampton Nature has combined colors and shapes to create the beautiful world outdoors. Come explore the field in back of the museum with Lindsey, a SoFo Nature Educator, as she works with children to help them “read the landscape” by unraveling nature’s complex mixtures of color and shape. Children will learn about shapes by creating some of their own, and about color by mixing colors and making their own simple color wheel. Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. Recommended for children ages 2 to 5. Advance reservations are essential as there is a limited enrollment. Sat 4/25 Creepy Crawlies – What’s Under That Rock? 10:00 am Bridgehampton Join SoFo Nature Educator Crystal Possehl and her story-time puppet Timmy Wolf as they read the lyrical book Under One Rock: Bugs, Slugs, and other Ughs by Anthony D. Fredericks. Timmy thought it would be fun to read the book outdoors, weather permitting, near the places where some of the creepy crawly bugs, slugs and other ughs like to hide ¯ that would be under rocks or wooden boards! After the story, children will come indoors and make a pop-up card with some of their favorite creepy crawlies popping up to say hello! Leader: Crystal Possehl & Timmy Wolf. Recommended for children ages 7 and under. There will be a $3 materials fee. Advance reservations are essential as there is a limited enrollment. Sun 4/26 Cavity-Nesting Birds of Long Island 9:00 am Sag Harbor Many birds use holes in trees for nesting. The size of the hole in the tree determines what bird is likely to nest there. Join Joe, SoFo’s engaging birding enthusiast, on this walk as he searches for the many cavity-nesting birds we have on the South Fork, including woodpeckers, nuthatches, titmice, chickadees, and bluebirds. *Children over the age of 12 may attend. Leader: Joe Giunta EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Short walks or long walks -- there are hikes for everyone in April. Because the weather is unpredictable at this time of year, you may want to contact hike leaders before setting out. For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com. Wed 4/1 “Bushwacked in Heather Hills (4+ miles) 10:00 am Want to see what Native Americans saw here a few hundred years ago and a few lucky hunters enjoy today? All hikers must be at least 10 years old and those older should have the energy and imagination of a 10 year old. Meet at the Paumanok Trailhead on Napeague Harbor Rd about 1/3 of a mile north of Rt.27. This hike will be about 2 hours unless we see more interesting things than anticipated. Because of the unusual nature of the outing, reservations are required before the date of this hike. Call Leader: Nick Stephens 267-6342 Sat 4/4 Paumanok Path #4 (11 miles) 9:00 am This hike, the fourth in East Hampton’s Paumanok series, winds through the deep, wild forest and along the sun drenched coastline of Montauk’s beautiful Hither Woods. Bring lunch and water. Meet at the Montauk recycling center, on rt. 27 approximately 2 miles east of Hither Hills Overlook. Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Sat 4/4 Point Woods Trail (3 miles) 10:00 am Walk along trails lined with large beech, tupelo, American holly, oak and black birch trees to the bluffs overlooking the Atlantic – you’ll come back invigorated and refreshed. On the return we will pass Battery 113 in Camp Hero. Meet on Camp Hero Rd. off Route 27 in Montauk, about a mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Wed 4/8 East Hampton Village (2.5 miles) 10:00 am This walk begins at the Nature Preserve on David’s Lane, just west of the intersection with Egypt Lane. We will walk past the Maidstone Club and along a stretch of ocean beach. Learn about the original Rowdy Hall and about Sarah and Gerald Murphy, the “Golden Couple” of the twenties. Meet at the parking lot on David’s Lane. Leader: Nancy Kane 324-5799 Sat 4/11 Long Pond Greenbelt (5 miles) This moderate-paced, fairly flat hike takes us along the Greenbelt trail consisting of interconnected ponds, woods, and wetlands; a true sojourn into nature’s classroom. Meet at the entrance to Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Leaders: Larry and Judy Kron. 329-3948 Sat 4/11 Stony Hill to Fresh Pond and Return (9 ½ miles) 10:00 am

We’ll look for signs of spring while we hike on the hilly, wooded terrain of this section of the Paumanok Path. First we’ll hike from our meeting place up to Accabonac Hwy and then hike down to Fresh Pond where we’ll have lunch wile enjoying a lovely water view. After lunch we’ll hike the same route in reverse. Bring water and lunch. Meet on Red Dirt Rd, off Accabonac Hwy. Inclement weather could cancel. Leader: Judy Kossover 267-6747 Wed 4/15 The Pox and The Ponds (2.5 miles) 10:00 am Learn a bit about smallpox in colonial America on this “Shortshanks” hike through a magnificent pine forest in the Northwest, a modest pace on basically flat terrain. Meet at intersection of Swamp Rd and Bull Path in East Hampton. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 4/18 Hither Woods Longshanks (9 miles) 10:00 am Spectacular water views are featured on this challenging hike to Fresh Pond, Waterfence, Goff’s Point, Walking Dunes and Nomincks. Some rolling hills and beach walking. Meet at Hither Hills Overlook off Rte 27, about 1 mile east of intersection with Old Montauk Hwy. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 4/18 Stony Hill/Jacob’s Farm (3+ miles) 10:00 am We’ll connect blazed and unblazed trails to create a diverse and athletic loop through old forest and new growth, on flatland and hilly ground. Meet on Red Dirt Road about ¼-mile east of Accabonac Highway. Leader: Jim Zajac 324-2425 Wed 4/22 Georgica Pond (2.5 – 3 miles) 10:00 am A beach walk to Georgica Pond and perhaps beyond. If the tides permit, we will take a small hidden path to West End Avenue and an ocean beach overlook, returning via the road. Meet at the Georgica Beach parking lot near the west end of Lilly Pond Lane. Leader: Nancy Kane 324-5799 Sat 4/25 Northwest Ramble (7 miles) 9:00 am Walk along the picturesque, woodland trails of the Grace Estate and Cedar Point Park. Panoramic views of Scoys’ Pond, Alewive Brook, Northwest Harbor and Gardiners Bay reward the intrepid hiker. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd about ¼ south of the intersection with Alewive Brook Rd. Leader: Richard Poveromo 283-4591 or day of hike 917 584-7280 Sat 4/25 Rocky Point Plus (3 – 4 miles) 10:00 am One of the best hikes in Montauk. The route goes from Navy Road to Rocky Point onto the Paumanok Path and beyond. Meet at the end of Navy Rd. Directions: Take Rt 27 east to Second House Rd. Go north (left turn) about 1 mile. Cross the LIRR tracks and make a left onto Navy Rd; follow road to the end. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sun 4/26 Spring Brunch at East Hampton Point Restaurant 12 noon Reserve by April 21st For information call Richard Lupoletti at 324-1127. Sun 4/26 Indian Field (11 miles) Explore Montauk’s scenic Indian field, a place of mystery and history. Oyster Pond is a highlight, but there are sights too numerous to mention. Bring lunch and water. Meet at the Oyster Pond overlook, south side of Rt 27, about 4 miles east of downtown Montauk. Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Wed 4/29 Oyster Pond (3.5 – 4 miles) On this part of the Paumanok Path, the peaceful woods studded with holly tress contrasts sharply with the gusty shoreline of Oyster Pond. After crossing Ogden’s Brook Bridge, we will continue to the former site of the East Hampton Gun Club. Conditions permitting, we will also visit the shore of Block Island Sound. At the viewpoints we will see the pond much the same as the Indians saw it. Some sections may be muddy. Meet at Camp Hero Rd. in Montauk, a mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Carol Andrews 725-3367 day of hike cell 356-2900 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Horses On Trails Ride Members are encouraged to schedule and lead rides on your favorite trails. Choose a date and a time. BYO horse. Must be a member of STPS/HOT to participate due to insurance. Easy to join day of ride. For info, call Barbara Bornstein, 631-537-6188. Thurs 4/2 S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Meet at Southampton Town Hall lower level meeting room, Southampton. Glorian Berk, 283-2638. Sat 4/4 Owl Pond Loop 10:00 am – noon Hike 4 miles from Owl Pond to Maple Swamp. Meet on Spinney Rd. (off Rte. 24), Flanders. Jim Crawford, 369-2341. Sat 4/4 Paumanok Path #4 9:00 am - ? A joint hike with East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. 11 miles through the deep wild forest of Hither Woods. Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center on Montauk Hwy, Montauk. Rick Whalen, 267-6608. Sun 5/5 Mashomack Blue Trail 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Meet at the South Ferry at the end of Rte. 114 in North Haven to car pool to Shelter Island for this 11 mile gem. Moderate pace. Chip Dineen, 646-221-8225. Sat 4/11 Trout Pond Surprise 10:00 am – 12:30 pm 7+ hilly miles along the Paumanok Path with Joe Lane. Meet at the Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Rd., Noyac. Joe Lane 725-3942. Sun 4/12 Annual Easter Egg Hunt 1:00 pm sharp Meet at Poxabogue Park on Old Farm Rd., south of R.R. trestle. Children under 8; bring a basket. Dai Dayton, 745-0689. Sat 4/18 Elliston Park 10:00 am - noon Meet at the Park on Millstone Brook Rd., Southampton. 3+ miles, some hills, pond views. Howard Reisman, 283-5376. Sun 4/19 Earth Day Celebration 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Suffolk County’s annual Earth Day festivities at Indian Island Park (off Rte. 105), Riverhead. S.T.P.S. will lead a 2 mile hike at 11AM. Tony Garro, 725-5861. Sun 4/19 Manorville Hills 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Meet at the Park on C.R. 111, 2 ½ miles north of Rte. 27 (Exit 62). 2 hilly miles of Pine Barrens. Tom Stock, 727-5250. Sat 4/25 Bridgehampton Tour 10:00 am - noon Walk through history from the 17th century to the present in beautiful Bridgehampton. Meet at the Corwith House, 2368 Main Street, Bridgehampton. Tony Garro, 725-5861. Sun 4/26 The Glacial Moraine Hike 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Meet at the parking lot of the Waterside Condos, Long Beach Rd., Noyac. 5 hilly miles. Bill Schildknecht, 725-2888. GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Unless indicated, GSF’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Mon 4/6 Monsell Trail Clean-Up I (Greenport) 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm That’s right! The first Monday of each month we are rolling up our sleeves and cleaning up the shores of Silver Lake in order to make way for trails linking the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound. With the help of Mayor Nyce and the Village Highway Department we have already removed couches, tires, batteries, trash, scrap metal and televisions. We have received grant funding to create walking and bike trails, educational signs and restore the native habitat, but first we have to remove the illegal dumping. Join us, around the corner from the Greenport School. Collection bags are provided. Please bring gloves. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-7656450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org. Thurs 4/9 Hike Through Arshamomaque Preserve (Southold) 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Come learn about the Peconic Estuary Program and its local efforts while enjoying a nice hike through Arshamomaque/Hashamomuck Pond Preserve in Southold. This beautiful pond and surrounding preserve are exciting places to explore in Southold! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-765-6450 ext. 212 or jskilbred@eastendenvironment.org. Wed 4/15 “Green” Spring Cleaning Workshop (Southold) 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Spring cleaning is in full swing. Why not use environmentally friendly products? Come down to the Group’s office and learn about the benefits of using green products. What is more exciting - we will be creating some of our own! You will need to bring some empty containers (spray bottles) but we will supply the ingredients. For reservations or more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-765-6450 ext. 211 or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org . Sat 4/18 Shore and Wading Birds of Shinnecock Bay (Hampton Bays) 8:30 am – 11:00 am In April, Shinnecock Bay is teeming with migrant shorebirds and nesting waders. Accompany us for a morning wildlife search along Dune Road in Hampton Bays. Among the animals we expect to see are great and snowy egrets, great blue heron, glossy ibis, American oystercatcher, willet, and greater yellowlegs. Binoculars are required. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Sun 4/19 Stock Farm Hike (North Haven) 10:00 am – 11:30 am Come learn about the Peconic Estuary Program and its local efforts while enjoying a nice hike through the Stock Farm Preserve in North Haven. This ~2.5 mile nature trail provides opportunities to see a variety of plants and animals. For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-765-6450 ext. 212 or jskilbred@eastendenvironment.org. Mon 4/20 Survey of Moore’s Woods I (Greenport) 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Join Group staff for one or both of these critical litter surveys as we document trail conditions and identify areas where litter cleanup is needed. The survey is critical to the Bay to Sound Trail project that will link the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound through the creation and

upgrading of walking and bike trails. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-765-6450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org. Wed 4/22 Family Earth Day Planting (Springs) 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Nowadays, many families are living by the old motto “Earth Day is Every Day” by conserving energy, carpooling, reducing, reusing and recycling whenever possible! But just as a reminder that we’re all in this together, commemorate this “Earth Day” with your family and help restore a damaged natural area by planting beach grass and other native plants. Planting site in Springs TBA. For more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 ext. 206 or acwright@eastendenvironment.org. Wed 4/22 Group for the East End Hosts Earth Day Celebration 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm $15/ticket in advance;$12/ticket for groups of six or more purchased in advance; $20/ticket at the door The Group for the East End hosts their first Earth Day celebration with cooking demonstrations for kids ages six and up. Children, accompanied by an adult, will be given the opportunity to learn how to prepare healthy treats, made from organic local ingredients by top chefs. There will be three different dishes created and participants are invited to sample the finished fare. At the end of the demonstration, each guest will receive a recipe card so they may make the full dish at home. Location: 15 Prospect Street, Southampton. Phone 631-283-3354. Wed 4/22 North Fork Quiz Night at Legends (New Suffolk) 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Attention trivia enthusiasts! Join us for a fun night of quizzing topped off with a CASH PRIZE for our winning team at Legends Restaurant in New Suffolk (835 First Street, New Suffolk)! Teams of up to four people will compete for a first place cash prize by answering quiz questions about the local environment and other interesting topics. Get your friends together to share some laughs while benefiting and learning more about Group for the East End. For more information, or to register a team, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. Team registration: $10 per person EARLY; $15 per person AT THE DOOR. Free appetizers provided by Legends! Proceeds benefit local environmental advocacy and education by Group for the East End. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island 749-1001 Edged in white by 10 miles of coastline, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island is considered one of the richest habitats in the Northeast. Just 90 miles from New York City, the preserve covers a third of the island with 2,039 acres of interlacing tidal creeks, mature oak woodlands, fields, and freshwater marshes and is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Peconic." All programs require pre-registration. Call the Mashomack Preserve office at (631) 749-1001 for reservations, meeting place, and further information. Events are free to members of The Nature Conservancy, $4 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. 4/18 Mashomack: Earth Day Work Day 9:00 am How many times have you said “I’d like to help with trail work at Mashomack?" In keeping with the National Environmental Education Week’s theme of Be Water Wise, we will be making improvements to our trails designed to protect them from mud and erosion. Bring work gloves. Community service hours documentation available 4/23 Mashomack: Garlic Mustard Pull 10:00 am This roadside and woods invader has spread like wildfire through Shelter Island over the past several years. Come help us remove this invasive plant from the preserve, protect our forest, and bring some home to eat! Bring work gloves. 4/25 Mashomack: Birding for Beginners 8:00 am Know the difference between cardinals and blue jays, but not much else? Like the outdoors and enjoy learning new things? Come learn the basics of birding — how to focus binoculars, use a bird guide and gather clues to identify birds. Mashomack's Tom Damiani will lead this walk designed for people who are looking for beginning tips, or who want to improve their current PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 Sat 4/4 Birdhouse Building Workshop, Quail Hill Farm, Deep Lane, Amagansett 10:00 am – 12:00 pm $10/person Celebrate "Children and Nature Awareness Month" and bring the family to the farm for a fun-filled morning creating nesting boxes for our feathered friends. Guided by carpenter Brian Kennedy, you will assemble a birdhouse from pre-cut materials, and learn more about ways to attract songbirds to your backyard. Take home your birdhouse along with a wealth of information that is sure to interest fledgling birders of all ages! Materials for this program have been generously donated by Riverhead Building Supply, Inc. Space limited to first 30 registrants, so please call today! Please park on Deep Lane, reached via Town Lane or Side Hill Lane, and meet us at the farm shop. Rain cancels. Sat 4/18 Bird Walk and Banding Demonstration, Dam Pond Maritime Reserve, Sound Avenue, Orient 10:00 am – 12:00 pm $5/person Meet us in the parking area at Dam Pond for a 10-minute walk to the banding station where we will learn of the important contributions of local bird banders from George Rowsom. Working in cooperation with the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bird Banding Laboratory, local bird

banders like Mr. Rowsom gather invaluable data on local and migrating birds relative to their numbers, annual production, life span and survivorship. This information increases our knowledge and understanding of birds and their habitats, and assists in land management and conservation. Additionally, ticks are removed from captured birds for study by the Yale School of Public Health, and records are kept related to the spread of avian flu. Space limited to first 30 registrants, please call today! Bring binoculars or scope, and a folding chair to sit in while waiting for birds to land in nets, and don't forget to wear long sleeved shirts and pants for tick bite prevention. Rain cancels. Tue 4/21 Sustainable Agriculture Discussion with Scott Chaskey, Stonybrook-Southampton, Duke Lecture Hall, Southampton 7:30 pm Join Scott Chaskey for a stimulating exploration of "Equanimity: An Organic Approach," a presentation of thoughts and observations gleaned from years caring for land and building community. Presented as part of the University's "Sustainability Speaker Series," participate in an informed discussion that will be based upon the words of Japanese farmer, Masanobu Fukuoka: "The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings." For additional information on the program, please contact Cami at 631.632.5134. Sat 4/25 Geology Walk with John Rocchetta, Hallockville Museum Farm, 6038 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 10:00 am – 12:00 pm $5/person Earth Day with an exploration of the geology of the North Fork. Join Geologist John Rocchetta to hike a portion of the Keyspan Preserve, located just north of Hallockville Museum Farm, and learn of the massive forces that shaped Long Island. Find out why certain types of rock and sediment are found on the North and South Forks, and gain a first-hand look at the insides of rocks discovered on the trail. John's lively presentation style is sure to hold the interests of all! Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes suitable for a moderately strenuous hike. Enter parking area through the main entrance to Hallockville Museum Farm. Rain cancels. THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 The 145' Viking Starship is available for private charters on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for groups of 30 plus anglers. The price is $3000 for a full day trip. Our 104' Viking Star can also be chartered by groups of 1-30 anglers, for the cost of $2000. It is available from Monday through Thursday. Viking StarStriper is available for private charters. The StasStriper is 65' long and will comfortably accommodate your group of 45 people. Rates and schedules are subject to change. All trips depart from and return to Montauk Harbor unless noted. Reservations required CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold 765-2626 Every Saturday from Sunset ‘til midnight, weather permitting, Custer staff will be on hand to assist you in observing the night sky using Custer's telescopes, and to answer your questions about astronomy and the organization itself. The Darkest Skies of any Observatory on Long Island! Fri 4/3 OPEN MIC NIGHT: FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH! 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Interested in becoming a performer? This is a great opportunity for all you musicians, comics, poets, magicians and storytellers to let loose and get experience in front of a live audience. Everyone else: come and see the stars of tomorrow! Hosted by talented singer and songwriter, Liza Coppola. Suggested Donation: FREE (although any donation to help support our programs would be appreciated). Sat 4/4 INTERNATIONAL SIDEWALK ASTRONOMY NIGHT& 100 HOURS OF ASTRONOMY Admission: FREE (although any donation to help support our programs would be appreciated). Three years ago, legendary inventor and founder of the sidewalk astronomy movement, John Dobson, had another ingenious idea: get everyone around the world out on the the streets with their telescopes at the same time and show as many people as possible the wonders of the night sky; International Sidewalk Astronomy Night was born and is now in its third year. 2009 is also special because it is the International Year of Astronomy, which marks the 400th anniversary of Galileo's first scientific observations using a telescope. As part of the anniversary celebration, 100 Hours of Astronomy will occur worldwide and consist of educational outreach and sidewalk astronomy programs held between April 2-5. Custer will join in the festivities by setting up telescopes on the streets of Southold and Greenport; back at the observatory, there will be tours of the night sky and, at 10:00 PM, a viewing of "A Sidewalk Astronomer," a documentary about John Dobson. Sat 4/18 CONCERT: SARAH AROESTE BAND 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Suggested donation: $13 Members, $15 NonMembers, $8 Students. The band has performed at major venues internationally, and has been acknowledged both here and abroad for its innovative fusion of Spanish, Mediterranean and American musical traditions. They combine traditional Mediterranean and Sephardic sounds with contemporary influences of rock, funk, jazz and blues. Using traditional instruments such as oud and dumbek, alongside electric guitar, bass and drums, the band brings new life and energy to the beautiful and mysterious old world folk standards. Join us for this unique musical evening. This concert is in part made possible with public funds from the NYS Council of the Arts; in Suffolk County the Decentralization Program is administered by The Huntington Arts Council in partnership with the Suffolk Consortium of Arts Councils.

Sat 4/18 LYRID METEOR SHOWER PARTY 9:00 pm - midnight. Suggested Donation: General Admission of $5 per adult and $3 per child under 14; Members: FREE. The April Lyrids are one of the strongest and oldest meteor showers, with anywhere from 5 to 20 meteors per hour at the peak. The meteors appear to originate from the constellation Lyra and are from the debris trail of Comet C/1861 G1 Thatcher. The shower extends from April 16 through the 26th and, although tonight isn't the peak (that's on the morning of April 22nd), we should be able to see quite a few, as well as hear them on our radio astronomy gear. So bring a lawn chair or a blanket and join us for another one of nature's incredible sky shows! Refreshments available. Fri 4/24 MEMBERS' NIGHT: LAST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH! 7:00 pm Admission: FREE for Members and their guests. A Members-Only (and their guests) evening for mingling, observing, enjoying the observatory and its resources, discussing Custer's present and planning its future together. Coordinator: David Van Popering. Sat 4/25 EXPANSION, BLACK HOLES, THE BIG BANG: HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT THESE THINGS? 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Suggested Donation: $10 Members, $13 Non-Members, $5 Full-Time Students. We know an enormous amount about our Galaxy, other galaxies, and the Universe as a whole. How can we know about these remote and strange phenomena when all we have to work with is light (or photons) collected by telescopes attached to (or very nearby) the Earth? The answer is that our confidence arises from an interaction of observations and theories; the most successful explanations of cosmological phenomena do a much better job of explaining the observations than any rival explanation, and fit well with other physics results that are well established in the laboratory. Along with discussion of these matters, some of the basic observations that are used to establish the properties of our quirky Universe will be described. Presenter: David W. Hogg has been on the faculty of the NY University Department of Physics since 2001. His interests are in cosmology, galaxies, and the making of fundamental measurements with enormous astrophysical data sets. He is a member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Collaboration and works with data from the GALEX, Hubble, and Spitzer Space Telescopes, among other facilities. THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-8250 It started with a dream: To create a magical and inviting place for young people that would stir their curiosity and imagination. In this quickly moving world of technology, children’s museums give families an opportunity to slow down and actively share in their children’s growth. These wonderful places of discovery are designed to provide interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create a lifelong love of selfdirected learning. Interactive exhibits will be both permanent and rotating. The permanent exhibit will focus on what makes the East End a special place, with an emphasis on the people and living creatures that inhabit it. Themes include agriculture, fishing, world celebrations, and community. In addition to the indoor activities, visitors will be encouraged to explore outdoor exhibits, mazes and gardens. Plans include space for year-round workshops, performances, and special events, as well as a permanent art workshop for children to explore their own creativity. Reservations required unless otherwise specified. CMEE Museum Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sat: 9 am-6 pm; Friday is late night at CMEE: 9 am-7:30 pm; Sun: 10 am-6 pm; Closed on Tuesdays Admission: Under 1 year old: FREE; 12 and under: $5.00; Teens and Grownups: $7.00; Senior Grownups: $5.00 YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN ADVANCE . GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Sat 4/25 Mini Outdoor Puppet Festival 11:00 am Free Celebrate National Day of Puppetry - join us for puppeteering, our annual parade, puppet shows and hot dogs! Upper lawn at Goat on a Boat Theatre. DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 AMARYLLIS FARM EQUINE RESCUE 93 Merchants Path, Sagaponack, NY 631-537-7335 4/25 Lil Cowpokes Pony Club! 10:00 am – 12:00 noon This is the BEST young child horsey experience! Ages 3 and up! We learn about the horses and ponies and what they eat and how they speak, and we learn to ride them with the help of a ground leader and we play games and do fun crafts. We also learn about the other barnyard animals who have sanctuary at Amaryllis. We meet at 10:00 am at 93 Merchants Path off Sagg Road in Sagaponack (behind Wolffer) and parents return at 12 noon to pick up. Super specials going on right now! Contact Christine Barrett-Distefano: 631-537-7335.

BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Sun 4/5, 5/3, 6/7 Book Chats 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Join us on the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an in-depth chat about one of the many great books of today. Our chats will be facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. Professor of Literature at S.U.N.Y., Nassau Community College. Arrive early and indulge in a glass of Borghese wine, while mingling with other book lovers until the chat begins at 1pm. Reservations preferred. $20 includes a glass of wine, cheese and crackers. Package special: all six sessions for $100. Call 631-734-5111 for more information. Sun 4/5 Unaccustomed Earth, Jhumpa Lahiri Sun 5/3 Loving Frank, Nancy Horan Sun 6/7 Those Who Save Us, Jenna Blum Fri 4/3 Alea 5 – Synergy Arts Gallery – Painting, Music and Wine 6:30 pm $10 in advance Prominent Long Island ceramics artist, Gina Mars, will be participating in a live collaboration with musician, Frank Doyle. The project, entitled Alea 5 will feature Ms. Mars working live on the potter’s wheel creating clay vessels in spontaneous interaction with Frank’s improvised electronic music. Alea 5, one of many experimental collaborative projects presented by Synergy Arts Gallery, will be hosted by Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Winery located on Route 48 in Cutchogue, NY.Tickets are $10 if purchased in advance by April 1. Tickets may be purchased by phone, email, or at the gallery. Admission price includes hors d’oeuvres. Wine will be available by the glass. For additional information on ALEA 5 please contact Justin Comito at (631) 331-3570 or synergyartsgallery@verizon.net ABOUT SYNERGY ARTS GALLERY: A gallery space dedicated to presenting quality experimental collaborative projects involving all art forms. The Gallery will present collaborative offerings on the 1st Friday of each month. Additional services include: Chamber Music recitals, music for ceremony and events as well as exhibited art for sale. Sat 4/25 Wine and Cheese Tasting 1:00 pm The Village Cheese Shop from Love Lane in Mattituck offering samples of cheese to be paired with Borghese wine sold by the glass. Sat 4/25 Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 Join us for our weekly Winemaker’s Walk and enjoy the added value of a Barrel Tasting of our Merlot ’07, a unique and exceptional tasting experience. Past Merlots have won double gold awards! The guided tour of our vineyard, winery and production facilities will include some wines from the Borghese Classic Tasting, a Barrel Tasting of Merlot ’07 and a comparison bottled Merlot vintages. Learn about the aging of the wine and the processes through which we create some of the finest flavors on Long Island. Sat 4/25 Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble 6:00 pm $20/person Reservations required We are pleased to introduce you to Canta Libre, a wonderfully unique chamber ensemble consisting of harp, flute, strings and clarinet. This combination of instruments was extremely popular with French composers during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and as such, Canta Libre specializes in a repertoire niche which truly brings the music and cultural atmosphere of turn-of-the-century Paris to audiences in the twenty-first century. Please call 631-734-5111 for reservations. COREY CREEK Main Road (Rt. 25A) Southold 765-4168 Corey Creek Vineyards is currently open for tastings 11-5 p.m. daily. 4/25 Wine & Cheese Pairing 11:00 am – 4:00 pm $15 / complimentary for wine club members Corey Creek Vineyards hosts a wine and cheese pairing the last Saturday of each month. On Saturday, April 25th, they will be pairing their award winning wines with an assortment of artisanal cheeses. Reservations are required; please RSVP for the pairing by Friday, April 24th. DUCKWALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & DUCK WALK NORTH Town of Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 Sun 4/5 Barrel Tasting and Tour 2:00 pm $5/person (Wine Club Members free) Celebrate the landmark 2007 Vintage year while it is still in the barrel! Join us this Sunday for a 2007 Barrel tasting, tour and bar tasting at Duck Walk South, Water Mill. $5pp/Wine Club members free. Includes Barrel tasting, tour and bar tasting. Reservations/info at 631.726.7555 x4, or Pam@Duckwalk.com Additional Barrel Tasting & Tour dates: Sun, April 19th, 2pm Sun, April 26th 2pm

JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport 722-5256 THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Main Road Peconic 800-974-9899 LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 Saturdays in April – Oysterfest: Wine and Oysters 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $20/person ($15 for Wine Club) Reservations required Sat 4/4 Oysterfest Kickoff "the terroir of oysters"; Rowan Jacobsen, author of "A Geography of Oysters"; Mike Osinski of Widows Hole Oyster Company; Mystic Oysters and Peconic Pearls versus Pacific Coast Oysters Sat 4/11 Tom Schaudel, author of "Playing With Fire", Chef/Owner of A Mano, Coolfish, and Gabrielle's Sat 4/18 The Frisky Oyster and Frisky Oyster Bar: Oysters 'Friskafella' spinach, parmesan, garlic, and chipotle Sat 4/25 Chef Tom Fazio of Waterside Caterers: Champagne Oysters and Oyster Shooters LONG ISLAND MEADERY 1347 Lincoln Avenue Suite 11 Holbrook NY 11741 285-7469 Have you ever heard of mead? Have you ever tried mead? Maybe you tried mead while visiting Europe or at a medieval festival? Have you been told that mead was like beer, a beer with honey or even a wine with honey? Mead has some similarities to these beverages, but it is so much more it deserves its own category. Mead is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of honey as its primary sugar source and is often referred to as honey wine. Being made from honey, one would naturally expect it to be very sweet and although it usually is, it can actually range from dry to very sweet. Mead is usually still, though it can be made sparkling and can range from a mild low alcoholic content up to very high. Mead is arguably the oldest alcoholic beverage on the planet with some evidence dating it back approximately 10,000 years. Due to many different cultural and financial reasons, mead has fallen out of favor over the many years and now we call it the 'oldest alcoholic beverage no one has ever heard of.' A far cry from its hey day when it was referred to as the 'Nectar of the Gods.' Mead can be produced in many variations including a plain honey wine (traditional - honey only), flavored with fruit (melomel), spices (metheglin), vegetables, or any combination of ingredients limited only by the imagination of the wine maker and the resources he has at hand. Mon - Thurs by Appointment Only, Fri 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave Mattituck 298-0100 MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Sun - Fri: 11-5pm / Sat: 11-6pm Pack a Picnic & Spend the Day With Us - Martha Clara Vineyards offers A Heated Pavilion - Award-Winning Wines By The Glass - Events All Year Long - Ample Seating - The Friendliest Staff on the North Fork Cooking Demonstrations Sat 4/4 Mumtaz & Troy 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sun 4/5 La Bonne Quiche 1:00 – 4:00 Sat 4/18 Mumtaz & Troy 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sun 4/26 La Bonne Quiche 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sat 4/25 LI Comedy Festival 8:00 pm General Admission $20 / VIP Admissiion $30 (entitles you to entry at 7:00 and VIP seating and reception) THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004 “What Is Sustainable Agriculture?” Saturdays @ 11:30 am Price per person is $10.00 Come and learn about a practice which has been used used for centuries. Perry, Daughter to Chris and Ros, will give a general overview of Sustainable and practices that the farm uses. Price per person is $5.00 (includes 4 wines to taste). Walking Tours Sundays @ 1:30 pm Price per person is $10.00 (approximately 1 ½ hours; includes wine tasting) Experience the history of this farm, unchanged for over 150 years, with owner, Chris Baiz. Stroll down the farm road to the private end of this old estate. There you will see the Old Park Hotel (now the family’s private home) and enjoy the magnificent Bay views. On the business end of

the property you will tour the dairy barn turned wine cellar, see the 1850’s ice house and the old Tavern building (now Perry’s home), along with the property’s wonderful specimen trees. OSPREY’S DOMINION ROUTE 25 PECONIC NY 631-765-6188 Ninety acres of vinifera grapes grow under the watchful eye of the soaring Osprey, our vineyard’s namesake. Our state-of-the-art winery shows our commitment to fine winemaking. A stop in our comfortable tasting room will certainly make your visit a memorable one. Our tasting room is open seven days a week from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. We do extend our hours until 6:00 p.m. from Memorial Day through September for your tasting pleasure. Join us on weekends and don’t forget to bring a picnic lunch. We have a patio with tables and chairs and huge sprawling lawns for your blankets and lounge chairs. Purchase a bottle of wine from the tasting room and enjoy the entertainment with a friend. Sat 4/4 Music with Southbound 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Music with a country twang! Southbound returns for a fun afternoon of music. Sat 4/11 Barrel Tasting 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Featuring 3 of our 2007 Reds!! Sat 4/11 Music with Tommy Keys 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Tommy Keys performs his keyboard magic!! Sat 4/18 Barrel Tasting 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Featuring our 2007 Meritage “Flight” Sat 4/18 East End Trio 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free We love it when Mike and his East End Trio plays all the hits!! PALMER VINEYARDS 5120 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901 722-WINE (5362) PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic 765-6404 Open Friday – Sunday 11 am - 6 pm The Tasting Room is your place to taste wines from some of the North Fork of Long Island's most recognized producers of limited production, hand-crafted wines! The Tasting Room, operated by Theresa Dilworth of Comtesse Thérèse, is also the tasting room for Diliberto Winery, Schneider Vineyards, Sherwood House Vineyards and Ternhaven Cellars. VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 WATERS CREST WINERY 22355 Route 48 at corner of Cox Lane Cutchogue 734-5065 WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Twilight Thursday is held every Thursday from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Join the fun and enjoy live music, complimentary artisanal cheese and wine sold by the glass. Thurs 4/16 Twilight Thursday Opening Celebrate Spring on April 16th with the opening of Twilight Thursday. Join us for a complimentary glass of our newly released 2008 Rose or Pinot Gris. Thurs 4/23 Twilight Thursday Barrel Tasting Join us for a special Barrel Tasting to benefit the American Cancer Society. Fri 4/24 “Help A Horse” Winetasting Benefit 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm $50 in advance / $60 at the door Amaryllis Farm Equine Rescue and Sanctuary is pleased to announce their second annual “Help a Horse” Benefit at Wolffer Estate Vineyards. Amaryllis is a registered 501c(3) non-profit that rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes horses who were neglected and/or otherwise being sent to slaughter. Join us for some wonderful Wolffer wine and hors d’oeuvres, and for a great night, great wine and a great cause!

SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 SPRINGS PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 Sat 4/18 Crossroads Coffeehouse 7:00pm – 11:00 pm $10 From November through May, Crossroads Music hosts the Crossroads Coffeehouse which has been held at the Springs Church Commun ity Center on Old Stone Highway in Springs. The intention of the “coffeehouse” is to provide a venue for local bands to share their music. We also donate the profits from the $10 door charge to local charities. Coffee and other goodies are provided by the Springs General Store. This month: Tequila Mockingbird, After the Carnival, and The Blue Collar Band. For more details, contact Michael at Crossroads Music at 631-907-4838. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 4/3 Battle of the Bands 7:00 pm $5 Double Yellow Lines; Smarter Than Yourself; Last Charge of the Light Horse; Exit Row; Sub Culture. Fri 4/3 Sixteen Tons 10:30 pm $10 Sixteen Tons plays a unique style of American roadhouse music. We draw influence from the rural and urban traditions of Mississippi, Chicago, Memphis and Tijuana and merge them with a gritty, lo-fi sensibility to create a distinctive sound. The music is given plenty of room to live and breathe. Rather than assault them with a wall of noise and volume, we prefer to seduce an audience with style and draw them into our smoky world. A world where tradition meets up with mindful innovation to provide welcome haven from overkill and decidedly unhip bombast. Sat 4/4 Klyph Black & Rumor Has It 8:00 pm $15 Sat 4/4 Signify 10:30 pm $10 In 2004, the rock scene in New York was changed forever. Signify was born. Dawnette Darden's frankenstein-like creation of the best musicians New York had to offer. Darden, dubbed 'the miniature Tina Turner' after her incredible voice and style, had previously toured throughout Europe and North America as a member of numerous different musical acts. After years of doing this, she finally realized that what she really craved was a band of her own. As a result, Dawnette took it upon herself to recruit the most outstanding musicians she could find with intentions of creating a musical masterpiece. Fri 4/10 Danny Kalb 8:00 pm $10 "Nobody plays like Dan..."- Al Kooper… "You really got to me." - Muddy Waters… "Always a powerful guitarist." - Bob Dylan… I’m Gonna Live The Life I Sing About is the album that legendary guitarist Danny Kalb says "Is the record I always wanted to make" and marks his debut on Sojourn Records. I’m Gonna Live The Life I Sing About was produced by Mark Ambmrosino and recorded at The Madhouse studio in Queens, NY featuring Kalb performing in both electric and acoustic trio settings. The bulk of these performances were captured in 2006 through 2007 but other tracks are gems that Kalb has been stockpiling since the late 1990’s, plucked from relaxed periodic sessions with his various live line-ups. Kalb’s playing throughout is dazzling, yet understated, no-nonsense yet deeply emotional -- the work of an undisputed Old Master. Danny Kalb has long been recognized as one of America's foremost guitarists. He is best known as the founding member of the legendary the Blues Project along with Al Kooper, a band that became one of the best-loved of the mid '60's, developing a strong national following and influencing untold numbers of aspiring young blues guitarists. Born into a musical family, Danny was raised in Mt. Vernon, NY. He spent his childhood surrounded by his parents' folk, blues, jazz and classical records. He picked up the guitar at the age of 13 and hasn't put it down since. He attended the University of Wisconsin but couldn't resist the pull of Greenwich Village which was in the midst of a musical explosion boasting the likes of Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Richie Havens, Eric Anderson and Odetta. A protege of the great Dave Van Ronk, Danny established himself on this seminal folk and blues revival scene, first as a solo performer and session player with Phil Ochs, Pete Seeger and others, and later in his own right and in The New Strangers, his duo with Sam Charters. He absorbed the scene, jamming with blues greats Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker. Danny founded the Blues Project in 1965. One of the classic bands of the period, their The Blues Project Live at Cafe Au Go-Go won great critical acclaim and won them their first gold record. On this album Danny's signature tune "Alberta," a soft ballad and "Down To Louisiana," a rocking electric blues, established him as one of the preeminent blues players of his generation. Four albums followed that cemented their place in rock history. In the years that followed, he formed other bands and spent several years in retreat, living mainly in California. During this time, he continued to perfect his art and perform for his loyal following. He also contributed to recordings by Judy Collins, Phil Ochs and Dave Van Ronk among others. In addition to playing all dimensions of the blues guitar -- both electric and traditional -- he explored other genres of guitar composition: modern atonal and open tunings. Danny is also a teacher and has taught seminars and clinics. Danny has performed as a solo artist and in trio settings up and down the East Coast in recent years, and this is the part of his career that’s inspired I’m Gonna Live The Life I Sing About. Gritty blues, originals, and standards, his touch on the guitar is as exciting and individual as ever. From folk to blues to jazz, Danny's experimental mindset and talent played significant part in redefining musical genres and boundaries and he is still an influence, as ahead now as he was when he began.

Fri 4/10 70's Party!! w/ Disco Sux 11:00 pm $10 Sat 4/11 Battle of the Bands 7:00 pm $5 Defibrilators ; The Circles; Hoot; Frank Hammer; Eyes 2 Die For. Sat 4/11 The Majestic Band 10:00 pm $10 The Majestic Band featuring “Mesha” is a seven member New York based group made up of musicians from the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Africa, as well as the United States and the Central American country of Belize, where Mesha hails from. Born out of the passion to spread the love of entertainment through music, the band was formed in the early 1990s and has been in existence since. The group performs at local venues throughout New York City and is well known on Long Island scene from Nautical mile in Freeport to Patchogue to Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, and can be seen regularly every other Friday night at Tracks Cafe in Brooklyn from 10:30pm-2:30am and every Saturday night at Dunn’s River Lounge in Rockville Center from 10:00pm-2:00am. The group plays a wide genre of music from reggae, soca, R&B, fusion, pop. Fri 4/17 Battle of the Bands 7:00 pm $5 Consent of Kings; Lonesome Dan; Rite of Way; Hot Lettuce; Breathing East. Fri 4/17 Last Exit – Pearl Jam Tribute Band 11:00 pm $10 Drawing inspiration from one of the most socially relevant, musically influential and commercially successful artists of the modern rock era, New York's LAST EXIT - a tribute to Pearl Jam, have become one of the premier tribute bands in the nation in a relatively short period of time. They have demonstrated skill, passion, and extensive knowledge of Pearl Jam's music in every live performance since forming in late 2006, but the members of Last Exit have been playing together for over 12 years offering a chemistry rarely achieved by any tribute band. Pearl Jam fanatics evoke a degree of dedication seen historically among Grateful Dead, Phish, and Jimmy Buffet fans. The Pearl Jam community has developed a strong presence on the Web, where a significant number of knowledgeable enthusiasts have hailed LAST EXIT as the finest emulation of the genuine article, formulating this judgment on the basis of the band's frequent concert appearances and live MP3's and video available at www.myspace.com/lastexitpearljamtribute. A strong regional buzz has contributed to LAST EXIT's rising popularity, as the band regularly receives requests from fellow Pearl Jam devotees to play up and down the East Coast. We invite you to come and see for yourself!! Sat 4/18 David Bromberg Solo! 8:00 pm $65 VIP / $50 GA Try Me One More Time: The musicians’ musician and fans’favorite returns with his first studio CD in 17 years; roots music from a master! Roots music fans around the world will rejoice in the release of Try Me One More Time, the first new CD in almost two decades by guitarist/vocalist David Bromberg, a master practitioner of folk, blues, bluegrass and other musical genres. This new recording is undiluted David: one man, one acoustic guitar, and a repertoire of mostly traditional material performed with the intimate, assured touch of a musician who has nothing to prove. Originally a “must-have” session man for everyone from Bob Dylan to Jay & the Americans and subsequently a hardtouring bandleader and recording artist with an enthusiastic following, Bromberg gradually phased himself out of the continual record-tourrecord cycle starting in 1980. “I got burned out, but I didn’t know it was burnout,” he reflects. “I thought I wasn’t a musician anymore. I wasn’t writing or practicing. And I didn’t want to be one of those musicians who ends up ‘phoning it in.’ Music was too important to me to treat it that way.” So he switched his focus from performing to studying, moving to Chicago in 1980 to attend and graduate from the Kenneth Warren School of Violin Making. Based in the Windy City until 2002, when he relocated to Wilmington, Del., to open a violin store, Bromberg has continued to tour periodically, but has mostly stayed away from recording studios, with 1990’s Sideman Serenade his last album until now. In liner notes as conversational as his distinctive, low-key vocals, Bromberg maintains that Try Me One More Time is the first record he’s made where he “wasn’t trying to impress anybody . . . I’m just doing the tunes.” Nonetheless, the outcome can’t fail to delight listeners who appreciate an understated virtuoso playing and singing the music he loves. Bromberg began studying guitar-playing when he was 13 and eventually enrolled in Columbia University as a musicology major. The call of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the mid-’60s drew David to the downtown clubs and coffeehouses, where he could watch and learn from the best performers, including primary sources such as his inspiration and teacher, the Reverend Gary Davis. An unexpected and wildly successful solo spot at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival in Great Britain led to a solo deal with Columbia Records, for whom David recorded four albums. His eponymous 1971 debut not only included the mock-anguished “Suffer to Sing the Blues,” a Bromberg original that became an FM radio staple, but also “The Holdup,” a songwriting collaboration with former Beatle George Harrison, whom he met at his manager’s Thanksgiving dinner festivities. Harrison also played slide guitar on the track. Through Bromberg’s manager, Al Aronowitz, David also met the Grateful Dead and wound up with four of their members, including Jerry Garcia, playing on his next two albums. With the release of Try Me One More Time, David continues his musical revitalization, playing shows on his own, backed by (and supporting) Angel Band, his own David Bromberg Quartet, and reunions of the David Bromberg Big Band, the configuration depending on the circumstance. Sat 4/18 Nancy Atlas 10:30 pm $15 Thurs 4/23 Telly 8:00 pm $10 Having no formal musical education to speak of or family member with an old guitar to pass down, this “singer/songwriter by default” has been

finding his way around the music scene through lots of trial and error. Numerous stints as the uncertain frontman of uncertain bands that never made it out of the basement frustrated him into going it alone. His style was born from the bars and beach parties he’s been performing at since college. From pop ballads to blues ditties, hard-driving rock to funked up freestyle jams and with an ever-evolving cast of talent, the essence of great songwriting shines through whether he’s backed up by a band or up there alone, just a man and his guitar. Thurs 4/23 Bastards of Boom 9:00 pm $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don’t find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse! Fri 4/24 Kulprits 8:00 pm $10 Fri 4/24 Pumping Ethyl 10:00 pm $10 Pumping Ethyl was formed out of the ashes of some of the premier cover and original bands in the Tri-State area. Coming together initially in early 2006, it wasn't until early 2007 that the lineup stabilized. Every member of the band was previously in a signed / managed band or was a session musician. Bringing a rare combination of musicianship and showmanship to the table, they are a breath of fresh air in the cover band scene. Refusing to settle for mediocrity, not a gig goes by without them winning new fans. Sat 4/25 Battle of the Bands 7:00 pm $5 Glazzies; Arcane; Jamie Ellis; Sound Wave Band; Psycho Rain; Spitten Kitten; The Third Estate. Sat 4/25 Hoot 10:00 pm $10 Sat 4/25 The Creamsicles 11:00 pm $10 Throw Parliament Funkadelic, Led Zepplin, Prince, James Brown, and Queen in a blender, freeze, and take a bite, and you'd have the New York based band THE CREAMSICLES. From Burning Man, to The New York City Marathon, to the National Theater of Japan, THE CREAMSICLES have toured and performed extensively. Made up of John Sully (songwriter/guitar/vocals), Craig Gottlieb (bass), and Marcello Pantano (drums), THE CREAMSICLES not only make great Rock music, but bring a level of polish, showmanship, and fullon "get your groove on" style to their performances that is in short supply on the indie circuit currently. Formed in 2005, the band has been performing steadily from the beginning.Recent gigs in the New York area include Mercury Lounge, B.B. King's, The Stephen Talkhouse, Fat Baby, Fontana's, Crash Mansion, and The Knitting Factory. They have also become popular on the Festival circuit, and have performed for The Guinness Festival, The Sarasota Arts Festival in Florida, and City Meals on Wheels Media Battle of the Bands, to name a few. Their audience has grown exponentially since the release of their debut album, "The Perfect Girl" in 2006. Sun 4/26 Elliott Murphy / Jann Close 7:00 $20 More then thirty-five years have passed since the release of Elliott Murphy's ground-breaking first album Aquashow in 1973 (recently declared an Album Classic by the UK's prestigious UNCUT magazine) and since that time Elliott Murphy, singer-songwriter, rock troubadour, indefatigable road warrior (over 100 shows a year!) and prolific author of fiction has once again proven his dedication to his music and his commitment to his growing legion of fans with the release of his new CD Notes From the Underground featuring eleven new Elliott Murphy songs (five of which are co-written with long-time guitarist Olivier Durand. The album is already being hailed as his best in a decade (All Music Guide). Aside from Elliott’s French guitarist extraordinaire Olivier Durand Notes From the Underground features keyboardist Kenny Margolis (Willie Deville, Cracker) and Murphy's touring band of drummer Alan Fatras and bassist Laurent Pardo as well as Elliott's son Gaspard on guitar on featured track "Frankenstein's Daughter".Born to a show business family in New York, Elliott began his career by winning the New York State Battle of the Bands in 1966 followed by a troubadour like odyssey in Europe where he played on the streets in Amsterdam, Paris and Rome including a bit part in Federico Fellini's film Roma. Returning to the US he quickly secured a recording contract and following the critical success of Aquashow came in quick succession Lost Generation (Produced by Doors producer Paul Rothschild), Night Lights (featuring Billy Joel), Just A Story From America (featuring Phil Collins and Mick Taylor) and many others albums. Highlights from recent albums include an extraordinary duet with Bruce Springsteen ("Selling The Gold") who often invites Elliott on stage with him during his European tours. Murphy is also a published author of various collections of short stories, the most recently being Café Notes (Hachette) and two novels Cold And Electric and the neo-western Poetic Justice (Hachette.) A new novel Tramps is expected in 2009. Elliott lives in Paris, France.

May GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Fri 5/22 Summer Docs Screening Series 8:00 pm $20 general admission / $18 Guild Hall member The Hamptons International Film Festival and Guild Hall present the launch of our SummerDocs Screening Series: “The Cove.” Winner of the Audience Award at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Hosted by Alec Baldwin. Q&A with director Louie Psihoyos and a Surprise Guest.

GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall 7:30 pm The Naked Stage is a working collective of performing artists dedicated to the development of theatre on the East End of Long Island. The members of The Naked Stage believe in the possibilities generated by the collaboration of devoted people. We wish to provide a focal point for the encouragement of theatre and all it’s associated arts. The Naked Stage: Works in Progress serves as an incubator and laboratory for actors, writers, directors, dancers, composers, musicians and designers to practice and explore their craft free from the constraints of production schedules, budgets, criticism and public performance. 5/8 – 5/17 The Springs Community Theater presents ANYTHING GOES Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, May 8 – 10 and May 15 – 17 in The John Drew Theater. For more information and to reserve tickets please call 631-329-0182 or 631-267-7300. Tues 5/12 The Naked Stage presents a staged reading of THE MISER by Moliere, presented by Spindletop Productions 7:30 pm Free Lead Artist: Jonathan Peters, Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. Jonathan Peters and the actors who delviered the successful farce "Don't Dress for Dinner" by Marc Camoletti for Spindletop Productions at the John Drew Theater in 2002 reunite to explore the possibility of another zany production for East End audiences. Fri 5/22 Guild Hall Grand Reopening: Alec Baldwin hosts The Hamptons International Film Festival: The Cove 8:00 pm Guild Hall Grand Re-Opening Memorial Day Weekend. Alec Baldwin hosts The Hamptons International Film Festival: The Cove. The Cove won the 2009 Audience Award for best documentary at Sundance. Sat 5/23 Guild Hall Grand Re-Opening Gala: An Intimate Evening with Liza featuring Billy Stritch 7:00 pm Gala tickets $1000 includes 7:00 pm performance; 8:30 pm Dinner at the Gardiner property on James Lane / Limited Tickets $150 / $145 members Presented by Guild Hall in association with r/j productions. The iconic legend of stage and screen, the one and only Liza Minnelli, officially opens the newly renovated John Drew Theater. A two-time Tony award winner, Ms. Minnelli has also received an Emmy, a Grammy and and Oscar. She recently sold-out on Broadway, and Charles Isherwood of The New York Times found “Ms. Minnelli’s intensity and generosity glow more brightly than ever in this captivating concert performance.” Tickets (performance only) go on sale May 7th. To purchase, call Box office at 631-324-4050. Sun 5/24 John Drew Theater Grand Re-Opening Community Day From noon on Free admission Noon-2:00 pm Opening Ceremony John Drew Theater with light picnic in the gardens 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Crafts for Children Boots Lamb Education Center 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm Seven Great Bands Jam, Free! Presented by Guild Hall in association with Crossroads Music. 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm Mamalee Rose & Friends Covers hits from the Beatles, Tracy Chapman, the Rolling Stones, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, and Sly and The Family Stone. 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm Black & Sparrow An incredible duo providing an acoustic sound that ranges from blues to folk to country rock. 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm Evolution 3 An eclectic mix of funky jazz and rock originals. 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm The Blue Collar Band A popular, local dance band. 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm The Surf Dogs One of the premier bands for surf and retro rock on the East End of Long Island. 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm The Lost Keys Focus on the music of Clapton, Hendrix, Dylan, and the Doors. The Grand Re-Opening weekend is made possible in part through the generosity of c/o The Maidstone, a luxury destination from the owners of c/o hotels, and Mike Clifford and Robert Levy. Fri 5/29 Word Up! A Celebration of Poetry 7:00 pm East Hampton Middle School and Montauk School’s 8th Grade classes. Poetry readings, live music, art, and open mic for students. Sat 5/30 Crossroads Music Jam: Bastards of Boom with Special Guests Dan Bailey & Living Rhythm 8:00 pm GUILD HALL Moran and Spiga Galleries and Boots Lamb Education Center 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-

0806 Sat 5/2 Meet the Winners of the 71st Annual Artist Members Show 3:00 pm Free with admission Curatorial Assistant/Registrar, Michelle Klein interviews winning entrants while touring the show. Sat 5/9 Artists & Writers Q & A: Copyright/Trademark Forum 3:00 pm Free with admission Kathryn Dalli, Esq., a partner with the law firm of Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo LLP will hold a “Questions and Answer” session. This event is a unique opportunity to have legal questions addressed in a relaxed and informative atmosphere. BAY STREET THEATRE SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Fri 5/22 and Sat 5/23 Phoebe Snow 8:00 pm $65 Discovered at the famous Bitter End Club in 1972, Phoebe Snow released one of the most famous debut recordings of all times just two years later. The album spawned the Top 5 hit single "Poetry Man", garnering Ms. Snow a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, and she has been on a roll ever since. Ms. Snow has recorded and toured with the most famous musicians of our time, and she remains one of the most distinctive singer/songwriters of our day. Sun 5/24 Marin Mazzie & Jason Danieley 8:00 pm $65 Join us as we welcome critically acclaimed actress and singer Marin Mazzie and Broadway actor and concert perfomer Jason Danieley for a musical evening you won't soon forget! Marin was most recently seen in Monty Python's Spamalot and earned and Tony and Drama Desk nomination and an Outer Critics Circle Award for Kiss Me, Kate. Jason has been entertaining audience's from New York's Theatre District to London's West End. Jason was most recently seen in Broadway's Candide and The Full Monty. BAY STREET THEATRE CABARET AT THE BAY Bay Street At Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Sat 5/9 Alfredo Merat 9:30 pm $10 Reserve in advance – limited seating! Sat 5/23 An Evening with Erin Doherty and Company 10:00 pm $10 A cash bar will be available. Reservations are requested and can be made by calling the Box Office at 631-725-9500. KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Dedicated to providing young people with intelligent, adventurous entertainment that nurtures the capacity for wonder, "KidStreet" features performances and presentations from the industry's most talented professional artists for young audiences. Learning powered, stimulating and FUN for the whole family!!! The Saturday Morning Picture Show 11:00 am $7 Bring the kids to Bay Street every Saturday morning at 11:00 am to watch classic family films on Bay Street’s big screen! Sat 5/2 Charlotte’s Web (2006) Wilbur the pig is scared of the end of the season, because he knows that come that time, he will end up on the dinner table. He hatches a plan with Charlotte, a spider that lives in his pen, to ensure that this will never happen. Sat 5/9 E.T. A group of Earth children help a stranded alien botanist return home. Sat 5/16 Babe: A Pig In the City Babe, fresh from his victory in the sheepherding contest, returns to Farmer Hoggett's farm, but after Farmer Hoggett is injured and unable to work, Babe has to go to the big city to save the farm. Sat 5/23 The Yearling (1946) Jody convinces his parents to allow him to adopt a young deer, but what will happen if the deer misbehaves ? THE PICTURE SHOW @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Join us for The Picture Show@Bay Street Theatre - our classic film series that gives you the opportunity to see films as they were meant to be seen - - on the big screen! Doors open at 7:30 pm All movies start at 8:00 pm Tickets are $5.00 each - unless otherwise noted - and can be purchased one hour prior to the movie. Dinner and a Movie? Stop by The American Hotel before the movie and enjoy a wonderful prix-fixe dinner for just $24.95. Your dinner price includes the movie and a small bucket of popcorn. Reservations are necessary and can be made by calling The American Hotel at 7253535. Fred and Ginger Weekend

Fri 5/1 The Gay Divorcee 8:00 pm This 1934 comedy starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Roberts is based on the musical play the Gay Divorce and was the second of Rogers and Astaire's musical collaborations. The movie won three Academy nominations and the first Oscar for Best Song: "The Continental", a twenty-two minute production number. Sat 5/2 Follow The Fleet 8:00 pm This 1936 musical comedy film stars Fred Astaire and Ginger Roberts with music and lyrics by Irving Berlin. Fun fact...Lucille Ball appears briefly in a bit part! Follow the Fleet is based on the 1922 play Shore Leave by Hubert Osbourne. Joan Crawford Weekend Fri 5/8 Sudden Fear 8:00 pm Joan Crawford and Jack Palance star in this 1952 film noir classic thriller, directed by David Miiller. Nominated for 4 Oscars including Best Actress in a Leading Role, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Cinematography, black-and-white and Best Costume Design. Joan Crawford was also nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama. Sat 5/9 Mildred Pierce 8:00 pm Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Eve Arden and Zachary Scott star in the 1945 film-noir, romantic mystery, directed by Miohael Curtiz. Joan Crawford won the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading role. The film received an additional 5 Oscar nominations including Best Picture, and 2 nominations for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (for Eve Arden and Ann Blyth). Edward G. Robinson Weekend Fri 5/15 Little Caesar 8:00 pm This 1931 crime film tells the story of a man who works his way up the ranks of the mob until he reaches its upper heights. Starring Edward G. Robinson, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Glenda Farrell this classic mob film was nominated for an Academy Award. Sat 5/16 All My Sons 8:00 pm Based on the 1947 play by Arthur Miller, this film was adapted in 1948 and starrs Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster. All My Sons tells the story of Joe Keller who does a terrible and tragic thing during WWII only to have it revisited later in life as his son prepares to marry his business partner's daughter. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm Docent-led tours are offered for every exhibition and are free with Museum admission. Group Tours are now available by appointment. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 40 for more information. First Monday Tour for Seniors 1:00 pm Seniors enjoy free admission and a docent-led tour of the current exhibition the first Monday of each month. Light refreshments served. Free Admission Sat 5/2 Spring Swing 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm $100 Sponsor Members / $150 Sponsor Non-Members / $175 Patrons Dust off your dancing shoes and come join the fun at the 2009 “Spring Swing.” Join event co-chairs Susan Davis and Nancy Hardy for a memorable evening featuring Big Band and Swing Music and all your other favorites. Dance to a live band, cast bids in our silent auction, and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and an open bar in the Museum’s galleries and concert hall. For information, call the Special Events office at 631-2832118, ext. 42 or email specialevents@parrishart.org. Sun 5/3 Family Fun Day: Tour and Workshop 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm $5 / Members Free Fri 5/8 Film – Capote (2005) 7:00 pm $5 Members/ $7 Non-members Directed by Bennett Miller. 114 minutes Sat 5/9 Mixed Greens Artists’ Gallery Talks 2:00 pm Free with Museum admission Fri 5/15 Film – Pollock (2000) 7:00 pm $5 Members / $7 Non-members Directed by Ed Harris. 122 minutes. Sat 5/16 Mixed Greens Artists’ Gallery Talks Free with Museum admission Fri 5/22 Film – The Door in the Floor (2004) 7:00 pm $5 Members / $7 Non-members Directed by Tod Williams. 111 minutes. Fri 5/29 Film – Before Night Falls (2000) 7:00 pm $5 Members / $7 Non-members Directed by Julian Schnabel. 133 minutes. Sat 5/30 Mixed Greens Artists’ Gallery Talks 2:00 pm Free with Museum admission EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631. 324.0222

EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUMS 101 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 Open Memorial Day Weekend To Columbus Day, Saturday 10:00 am–5:00 pm, Sunday 12:00 pm–5:00 pm: Clinton Academy Museum 151 Main Street, East Hampton East Hampton Town House Museum 149 Main Street, East Hampton Mulford Farm Museum 10 James Lane, East Hampton East Hampton Town Marine Museum 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett Admission To All Sites: $4 Adults, $3 Seniors, $2 Children. Free For Members. Sat 5/9 Huntting Lane Landmark House Tour 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $40/person Cocktail party and tour of the 1903 Henry D. Hedges House at 29 Huntting Lane, East Hampton. Buy tickets online or download (http://www.easthamptonhistory.org/html/huntting-lane-cocktail.html). Fri 5/15 Friends of the East Hampton Historical Society Present EH Wars Near & Far 7:00 pm Free World War II: “Dear Boy” Reminiscensces & Letters with Barbara Borsack and local veterans. Contact Richard Barons 631.324.6850. Fri 5/22 Garden Club of East Hampton Annual Plant Show and Preview & Cocktail Party 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sat 5/23 Garden Club of East Hampton Annual Plant Show & Sale 10:00 am – 4:00 pm CHRISTYS ART CENTER 3 Madison Street, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.0534 5/16 Botanicals Artists Interpretations 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm GRENNING GALLERY 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 725-8469 Sat 5/23 Marc Dalessio “Solo Show” Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm We are pleased to invite the public to an Opening Reception for Marc Dalessio's Solo Show from 6 to 8 pm on Saturday, May 23rd, 2009 at 90 Main Street in Sag Harbor. Dalessio, painting the East End for 9 years now, returns with a range of works from his travels to Burma, Italy, and fresh local landscapes. Ten percent of the opening night's Burmese painting sales will go to the "Myanmar Foundation", to give back to the community that hosted his most recent plein air painting trip. SPANIERMAN GALLERY AT EAST HAMPTON 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton NY 11937 631.329.8530 5/7 through 6/1 Gallery Selections Dan Christensen, Jasmina Danowski, Elaine Grove, Frank Wimberley. Sat 5/9 Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm SURFACE LIBRARY 845 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.291.9061 Gallery hours: Thurs/Fri 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm; Sat/Sun 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, and by appointment 5/21 – 6/21 Sum of Parts New works by Nathan Slate Jospeh, Bob Bachler, and James Kennedy. Sat 5/23 Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm DESIGN WITHIN REACH 30 Park Place, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.7261 Fri 5/15 Modern Green Home: An Evening With Peter Sabbeth 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Join us at DWR East Hampton for a presentation by Peter Sabbeth of ModernGreenHome(www.moderngreenhome.com), a boutique design-build firm whose mantra is “Live luxuriously, live responsibly.” Sabbeth will discuss several of his eco-conscious development projects, including the renewal of a Victorian farm house in Sagaponack, site of the Hamptons Cottages & Gardens 2008 Idea House. Wine and cheese will be served. Contact: Frank Esposito fesposito@dwr.com. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Center for the Arts, 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 9295875 Southampton Cultural Center Chamber Series $20 General Admission / $10 Seniors and Students Sun 5/3 Southampton Cultural Center Chamber Players 3:00 pm Sun 5/10 Gabriel Shuford, harpsichord 3:00 pm

Fri 5/15 Michael Mosolino Celebrates the Release of His Memoir “Come, My Darling, Come” 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm RSVP 631.287.4377 Please join us for a debut party on Friday, May 15 at the Southampton Cultural Center to celebrate the release of Come, My Darling, Come, a moving memoir by popular Hamptons chef and caterer Michael Mosolino. The author will read from and sign copies of the book, just published by Amereon House. The evening's festivities will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Rising Stars Piano Recital Series Sat 5/23 Antonio Pompa-Baldi 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm $15 General admission / students under 21 free Mr. Pompa-Baldi will perform Hummel’s Sonata in C Major, Debussy’s Suite Bergmanesque and Rachmaninoff’s Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor. EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 631-324-0362 SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0011 MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion 17 Meeting House Lane Southampton 283-2494 The Southampton Historical Museum is open year round and housed in the 1843 Rogers Mansion with permanent exhibits of 19th century period rooms, antique toys, old photographs, and 10 historic structures including two barns, a paint shop, one-room school house, carpenters shop. The Research Center has over 10,000 archival materials and reference books on the history of Southampton. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $4 adults, free for members and children 17 and under. Mon 5/11 Hearthside Poetry Series 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Julie Sheehan and Christine Gellineau read poetry. 5/16 – 9/5 On Exhibit: 100 Years of Healing: Southampton Hospital 1909-2009 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm The Southampton Historical Museum is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Southampton Hospital with an exhibit titled 100 YEARS OF HEALING: Southampton Hospital, 1909-2009. Mary Cummings has written a new book chronicling the history of the hospital and will be signing copies during the reception. Ms. Cummings is also the curator of this exhibit which includes the recreation a hospital room from the 1920s, a history of the Southampton Hospital School of Nursing, and a wall of baby photos from people who were born at the Southampton Hospital. A group photo of everyone born at the hospital will be taken at 3:00 p.m. Baby photos are being sought to install in the exhibit. If you have a framed baby image (photo, painting, drawing, etc.) of yourself or of someone love, please bring it to the museum by Friday, May 15 at 1:00 p.m. to be included in the exhibit. Please call the museum for more information or to loan to the Museum your favorite baby picture, 283-2494. 5/16 – 9/5 From Shinnecock Hills to Moriches Bay: Artists of Remsenberg, Part I $4 adults / free for children 17 and under The Museum will be showcasing the work of Remsenburg area artists in a series of two exhibits. The first exhibit is called, “Shinnecock Hills to Moriches Bay,” and it will feature the work of Cheryl Machat Dorskind and Edward Batcheller. The exhibit will begin on May 16 and continue through July 3, 2009. Ms. Dorskind will be showing her handpainted photographs. In a misty landscape or the smiles of giggling toddlers, Ms. Dorskind captures the essence of our east end experience. Her process begins with original black and white photographs which she paints with transparent layers of oil paint creating a poignant luminosity. Ms. Dorskind’s photopaintings have been published in newspapers, magazines, and as cover art for best-selling novels. She has written two books, The Art of Handpainting Photographs, and The Art of Photographing Children. Ms. Dorskind has taught at Long Island University, Suffolk Community College, Maine Photo Workshops, and Guild Hall. Mr. Batcheller will be showing works inspired by the marsh meadows surrounding Moriches Bay where he grew up exploring coves teaming with life. Mr. Batcheller creates images on photographic glass plates using a method of coating the glass with a light sensitive emulsion. Mr. Batcheller superimposes his glass plate images to form a layering of transparent photographs alluding to memories and time spent by the shore. Sat 5/16 Grand Opening 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Wed 5/20 East End Study Group: “Four Nurses Remember” 11:00 am Free Join us for a conversation with four local nurses, all trained at the Southampton Hospital School of Nursing. Irene Hurley, Janet Lavinio, Betty

Kraszewski, and Dolores Zebrowski all have stories to tell. Sandwiches and refreshements will be serverd. Reservations are requested. Sat 5/23 Olde Towne Garden Club Plant Sale 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Free Volunteers are selling a variety of plants for this spring plant sale. GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 Ext 15 Sat 5/2 Seeding the Earth: Garden Planting 10:00 am – 12:00 pm / Art Show & Reception 11:00 am – 1:00 pm (Event address: 54895 Route 25, Southold, NY 11971) To celebrate springtime, join Group staff and friends for a native planting in our community garden from 10 a.m. to noon, and an environmental art show & reception inside from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Native plants for the garden will be donated by Cornell Cooperative Extension. Garden planning & maintenance will be donated by Will Lee of Lee Landscaping and Sang Lee Farm. With your help, we will create a garden that can be enjoyed by the community and used for educational purposes for years to come! After the planting, join us indoors for refreshments and an environmental art show with works by three unique, distinct and renowned local artists, Barbara Roux www.barbararoux.com, Dan McAllister www.theartofwood.etsy.com, and Carolyn Munaco Haines www.carolynmunacohaines.com. Admission is free. For more information about the art show & reception, please contact Judy Christrup at 631-765-6450 ext. 215, jchristrup@eastendenvironment.org. For more information about the planting, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208, kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. Mon 5/4 Monsell Trail Clean-up II (Greenport) 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm That’s right! The first Monday of each month we are rolling up our sleeves and cleaning up the shores of Silver Lake in order to make way for trails linking the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound. With the help of Mayor Nyce and the Village Highway Department we have already removed couches, tires, batteries, trash, scrap metal and televisions. We have received grant funding to create walking and bike trails, educational signs and restore the native habitat, but first we have to remove the illegal dumping. Join us, around the corner from the Greenport School. Collection bags are provided. Please bring gloves. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-7656450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org Sat 5/9 Family Night Hike Under the Moon (East Hampton) 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm There’s something about hiking at dusk into darkness that feels especially exciting and adventurous! On this night, the moon will be 99% full and, should it be a clear evening, this one-mile loop on the Sammy’s Beach nature trail and along the bay beach will be magical. Clear or not, bring your family and join Environmental Educator Anita Wright and her family for this special evening outdoors. For reservations or more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 ext. 206 or acwright@eastendenvironment.org . Fri 5/15 Friday Morning Birds at Quogue Wildlife Refuge 7:30 am – 9:00 am May is the month that every birdwatcher anticipates with giddiness. Neotropical migrants are on the move, and they’re wearing their finest outfits: bright red and black-winged Scarlet Tanagers, sky-blue Indigo Buntings, warblers galore (thirty-odd species) wearing most of the colors in the Crayola box… We will search the Quogue Wildlife Refuge for these beautiful songbirds. Binoculars are required. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 5/16 Springs “Spring” Clean-Up (Springs) 10:00 am – Noon Group for the East End is joining forces with the Accabonac Protection Committee to organize this annual community effort to clean up the neighborhood! Bring your family and friends (and some gloves!) and meet us at Springs General Store at 10 a.m. sharp. Dress for the task (old clothes, light in color for easier tick detection) and we’ll provide the garbage bags. Your hard work will be rewarded by a free lunch, courtesy of the Springs General Store. For more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 ext. 206 or acwright@eastendenvironment.org. Sun 5/17 Fourteenth Annual Fauna-Thon Fundraiser (Entire East End) All Day (and Part of the Night) Group staffers and friends will wander far and wide, searching for mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, and dragonflies. Can we beat our record of 266 species? Not without your help! So join one of our teams, make your own team, or pledge a donation. For more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Mon 5/18 Survey of Moore’s Woods II (Greenport) 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Join Group staff for one or both of these critical litter surveys as we document trail conditions and identify areas where litter cleanup is needed. The survey is critical to the Bay to Sound Trail project that will link the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound through the creation and upgrading of walking and bike trails. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-765-6450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org. Thurs 5/21 McCabe’s Beach Cleanup (Southold) 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Come on down to McCabe’s Beach overlooking the Long Island Sound and lend a hand cleaning up the shoreline before summer begins. Bring some gloves and we will supply the bags. For more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-765-6450 ext. 211 or

jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org . Sun 5/31 Beach Clean-Up at Sagg Main Beach (Sagaponack) 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Help out with a beach clean up at Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack, and learn about the natural things that wash up on the shore as well. If you’ve ever wondered about the stories behind the pretty shells you find on local beaches, you will have a great time exploring with us! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-765-6450 ext. 212 or jskilbred@eastendenvironment.org SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Hours: Open every day mid-May through October / Tours of 10 or more available year-round by appointment Admission: $5 adult / $4 seniors & students / group rate $3 (15 person minimum) / school group rate $2 BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-1088 Sat 5/2 Schmoontz Music 2:00 pm $5 Local bluesmen Don Schmitz and Dan Koontz' first performance together on April 4, 2009 drew a record crowd to Bridgehampton Historical Society - so they're coming back on Saturday, May 2 at 2 p.m. Reservations are required for this event which will sell out in advance. If you are not there to claim your seat at 2 p.m., it will be sold to another patron. Seats are still only $5 each and include cider, cookies and a tour of the current exhibition, "Jeanelle Myers and Friends," 32 handmade folk dolls on exhibit through June 6. (Regular museum admission, Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., $5). Call Mary at 631-537-1088 for reservations. Sun 5/3 Free Tour of Hayground Cemetery 2:00 pm Historian Kirk Flack from the Bridgehampton Historical Society and Architectural Preservationist Zach Studenroth, Executive Director of the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum, lead a tour through three centuries of Hayground history. A visit with some of the families that made Hayground a center of commerce including Halseys, Rogerses and Roses, to name just a few. Park on the East side of Windmill Lane. Wed 5/6 Wednesday Morning Salon at BHHS 11:00 am Free Join us for this free event featuring South Fork poets Allen Planz and Terry Sullivan. A lively reading in our gallery, currently showing 32 folk dolls by Jeanelle Myers. Planz will offer some of his books of poetry for sale at this event. Curator Stacy Dermont will be on hand to offer free tours of the exhibition after the reading. Light refreshments. (Regular admission to the exhibition is $5, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.). Call Mary at (631) 537-1088 for more details. Reservations appreciated. Sponsored by the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Wed 5/13 Wednesday Morning Salon at BHHS 11:00 am Free Join us for this free event, a lively reading in our gallery, by Lauren Bell, from her manuscript "Growth & Productivity of Eastern Long Island." Currently showing in the gallery are 32 folk dolls by Jeanelle Myers. Curator Stacy Dermont will be on hand to offer free tours of the exhibition after the reading. Light refreshments. (Regular admission to the exhibition is $5, Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.). Call Mary at 631-537-1088 for more details. Reservations appreciated. Sponsored by the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Wed 5/20 Wednesday Morning Salon at BHHS 11:00 am Free Join us for a lively reading and discussion with poets Susan Baran and Marc Cohen, in our gallery, currently showing 32 folk dolls by Jeanelle Myers. Curator Stacy Dermont will be on hand to offer a free tour of the exhibit after the reading. Light refreshments. Reservations appreciated at 631-537-1088. Sponsored by the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Regular admission to gallery $5, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wed 5/27 Wednesday Morning Salon at BHHS 11:00 am Free Join in for lively discussion with the creators of the book, "Memories of Yesterday (Even Grandparents were young once!)", in the gallery currently showing 32 folk dolls by Jeanelle Myers. Curator Stacy Dermont will be on hand to offer a free tour of the exhibit after the talk. Light refreshments. Reservations appreciated at 631-537-1088. Sponsored by the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Regular admission to gallery $5, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Rd. East Hampton 329-3568 Open days for members and the public are 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, from April 25 through October 10. July and August Wednesday through Saturday. Sat 5/16 White Daffodills Workshop 10:00 am - Noon General $25 / Member $15 Debbie Van Bourgondien (The Bulb Lady) will discuss white daffodil cultivars, their merits, uses, and fragrance, with proposals for pot culture and forcing. She will describe options for naturalizing, woodland planting, successful companions. There will be an illustrated lecture and time for questions, as well as a tour through the white daffodil areas at LH; including the newest garden described in the garden report. The Van Bourgondien family has been involved in the growing and the marketing of flowerbulbs for over seven generations. In the fall Debbie plants over 100,000 tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, lilies and a variety of specialty bulbs in her garden for spring bloom. In June, they are replaced by over 75

species of flowering annuals and summer flowering bulbs. Her garden has been featured in Country Living Gardener, Coastal Living, Southern Living, Newsday and other periodicals. Saturday, May 16, 10am–noon $25; $15 members Call to reserve 631.329.3568 or purchase tickets through our website. SPRINGS PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 Crossroads Coffeehouse Support Local Music ! ASHAWAGH HALL 780S Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 5/8 – 5/10 Bonac Tonic Presents… FANTASTICAL INTERACTICAL!!! Curated by Molly M. Weiss 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm On May 8th, 9th and 10th please join the Bonac Tonic Art Collective for their next remarkable show at Ashawagh Hall, “Fantastical Interactical”, curated by Tonicker Molly M. Weiss. Fantastical Interactical is an interactive imaginative dreamland. Come and you’ll find a colorful 30 foot bike that paints onto spinning canvases, magical Astroturf trees, mind blowing animation, digital paintings, televisions that think outside the box, sculptural real estate adventures, monsters under the bed, tables that fight, spiritual attuning Reiki, small lights, large lights and of course bright lights. Venturing into a realm of the real and surreal, lets enjoy this fantastic ride as we all step onto this new level together. The Opening reception is Saturday night, May 9th from 5-10 pm, where special live music from The Super Naturals, and ballet performance will resound through the galleries. A springtime medley of au'douvres will be prepared and drinks will be served. The collective will introduce a host of emerging and established, local and urban interactive artists such as; Lauren Acquino, Moses Burdon, Daria Deshuk, Melanie Fischer, Thomas Impiglia, Ben Kuester, Constance Sepulveda-Manias, Katherine Torn, and EHW. As well as the old favorites from the Tonic crew; Matthew Brophy, Scott Gibbons, Carly Haffner, Grant Haffner Christian Little, Don Porcella and Justin Smith, showing their very own rendition of interactive work. Consignment artistry will be on display by Alissa Smith, Smith of Southampton, Breahna Arnold’s handmade jewelry from Sag Harbor and Lissa Tovar Fashion. Sat 5/9 Opening Reception 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm The ever-successful Buyers Choice Raffle will be held during the opening where $5 a ticket could buy you America’s next greatest living artist. Painters, sculptors, photographers and installation artists will resound together creating an experience that will involve you, the audience, just as much as the artists themselves. Come be a part of the celebration, the action and SUPPORT LOCAL ART! This exhibition was made possible by the generous support of Pennebaker-Hedgedus Films of NYC, Smith of Southampton, Deshuk-Rivers Studio of Bridgehampton, and Tovar’s Tasty Treats of East Hampton. AMAGANSETT LIBRARY 215 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 631.267.3810 Sat 5/16 Lecture by Author Dava Sobel 2:00 pm On Saturday May 16, the Amagansett Library is proud to present a very special event. Dava Sobel, world renown author of international best sellers, "Galileo’s Daughter," and "Longitude and Planets" will be give a lecture about her work and her experiences. The library is fortunate that Sobel, whose talks have captivated audiences on NPR, C-SPAN, at The Smithsonian Institution, Yale, Penn State and innumerable colleges and astronomical seminars, has found time to in her busy schedule of public appearances. Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 16 at 2 p.m. It will be a fascinating afternoon and event. Contact Information: Francine Lane 631.267.3810. Tues 5/19, 5/26 and 6/2 Good Food 101 with Carol Sherman 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Whether you're cooking for 1, setting up your first kitchen, or wishing there was an easier way, finally you'll learn… All the things you wish someone had told you about kitchen basics. Carol will cover what you need in the pantry, the best cookbooks, basic spices and herbs and the tools of the trade including knives and the best techniques. A final session, date and time to be determined, will be a pot luck supper created by the class! Thurs 5/21 Wii Night for Teens (grades 6 – 12) 5:00 pm Join us for snacks, lots of laughs and some friendly competition! BRIDGEHAMPTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.0863 Sat 5/23 Fine Art And Craft Show 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Free (Rain Date Mon 5/25) The South Fork Craftsmen's Guild will hold it's annual Spring Show and Sale featuring the work of local East End membership and selected guests. The show will feature fine art photography, painting, hand-crafted jewelry, woodwork, pottery and fish prints. The artists displaying here have been working locally in studios for many years and represent a exclusive gathering of professional artisans and craftspeople who are

living full-time on the East End of Long Island. The show will feature: East End Fish Prints, Montauk; John Todaro Photography, East Hampton; Chris Taliercio, Kristin's Art, Water Mill; Maidstone Jewelry, Springs; Pressed Petals, Sag Harbor; Nancy Robbins Pottery, Sag Harbor; Barbara Ringewald weavings, Cutchogue; and many more exhibitors. MONTAUK FINE ARTS FESTIVAL On The Village Green In Montauk, NY 631.421.1590 Sat 5/23 - Mon 5/25 The Montauk Fine Arts Festivals returns this year on Memorial Day weekend. This year, the show shifts its location to the Green in the heart of Montauk, providing a more attractive venue that is readily accessible to Montauk Highway and within a block of most downtown businesses and restaurants. The event and parking are both free to the public. In its inaugural year (2008) the Montauk Fine Arts Festival was awarded a ranking as the #55 top fine art show in the country. This enhances both the show and Montauk's reputation as a destination for fine arts. This event gives patrons and visitors the opportunity to view and purchase some of the most beautiful and creative artwork exhibited anywhere in the U.S. This is artwork produced by the top artisans around the country and thus is artwork not typically found in shows or galleries on Long Island or in New York City. Come meet the artists, where you have the unique opportunity to discuss their techniques and sources of inspiration, adding value to your artwork purchase. Patrons of the arts will find something for everyone among the 95 artisans and millions of dollars of artwork exhibited at the event. You will find artwork that covers a wide gamut of media and prices, including original paintings and sculpture and unique, one-of-a-kind clothing and jewelry. Showcased will be works in clay, drawing/pastel, clothing/fiber, furniture/wood, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed-media, painting, photography, print-making and sculpture. ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 Fri 5/1 Live Jazz: Charles Certain and Ken Kresky 7:00 pm Free At the Rogers Memorial Library Live Jazz with Charles Certain on Sax and Ken Kresky on Piano. BOOKHAMPTON 41 Main Street, East Hampton; 91 Main Street, Southampton; 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor; Amagansett Square,154 Main Street, Amagansett 267-5405 Sat 5/9 Amy Richards 5:00 pm Amagansett Amy Richards discusses her book “Opting In: Having a Child Without Losing Yourself.” Thurs 5/14 The Random House Summer Books Preview 7:00 pm East Hampton Tale a very special sneak peek at Random’s House’s Summer books! 5/15 – 5/17 Mayhem Mystery Fest at Bookhampton All BookHampton locations Mystery Lovers, take heed: things are getting mysterious at Bookhampton! Bookhampton has teamed up with the Mystery Writers of America to bring 40 renowned mystery authors to the Bookhampton stores for one wild weekend. Panel Discussions, Readings, Book Signings and more. For complete schedule, visit www.bookhampton.typepad.com. Sun 5/24 Adam Gopnik “Date Change” 5:00 pm East Hampton Award-winning New Yorker essayist Adam Gopnik discusses his new book, “Angels and Ages: A Short Book About Darwin, Lincoln, and Modern Life. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Fri 5/ 1 6:30 pm “Dreadful Beasts: Drawings from Aunt Bobbie's Cat Scrapbooks” Artist Talk & Exhibition Reception with Amelia Garretson-Persans. Exhibition and discussion on the craft of making fine art books. A reception follows, 7:00 pm – 8:00 p.m. Sat 5/ 2 Poet Mark Doty 6:00 pm Poet Mark Doty reads from Fire to Fire. Sat 5/ 9 Author Louise DeSalvo 6:00 pm She reads from her new book: On Moving: A Writer's Meditation on New Houses, Old Haunts, and Finding Home Again. Fri 5/15 Writer Harvey Jacobs 6:00 pm Writer Harvey Jacobs reads from his novel Side Effects. Sun 5/17 “The St. Francis Peace Prayer” 2:00 pm “The St. Francis Peace Prayer,” ecumenical perspectives of peace, with Margaret Holden, FSP. 5/22 – 6/16 “Surrounded by Water” by Kathryn Szoka Sat 5/23 Opening Reception 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Reception for the Kathryn Szoka photography exhibit.

Sat 5/30 Writer Maria Laurino 6:00 pm Writer Maria Laurino speaks on her new book, “Old World Daughter, New World Mother: An Education in Love and Freedom.” GLENN HOROWITZ BOOKSELLER 87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton 324-5511 Mon thru Sat: 10am to 5pm; Sun: 12pm to 4pm 4/4 – 5/20 Matthew Higgs: Never Look Back/Pressed/Fifteen People Present Their Favorite Book [after Kosuth] Matthew Higgs is an artist, a curator, a writer, a publisher and one of the truly vital forces shaping contemporary art. This an exhibition in three parts, with sections entitled Never Look Back; Pressed; and Fifteen People Present Their Favorite Book [After Kosuth], which demonstrates the variety of his creative work. Never Look Back is an exhibition of new work; it consists of framed book pages and photographs of books that are framed and hung on gallery walls. They are readymade art objects unaltered but for their re-contextualization as art. Higgs works with their text, layout and design to make art that is by turns playful, wry, knowing, or reflective. Pressed is an exhibition of letterpress prints by Cary Leibowitz, Peter Doig, Kay Rosen, Dave Muller, Rirkrit Tiravanija and others, including several published by White Columns, an alternative exhibition space in New York City where Higgs has been the director and head curator since 2004. The central orienting point for the show is an installation of books entitled Fifteen People Present Their Favorite Book [After Kosuth]. This is a re-staging of a little known work by Joseph Kosuth from 1967 in which Kosuth took books chosen by Carl Andre, Robert Morris, Sol Lewitt and others and presented them as an installation in the Lannis Gallery. By re-staging this pioneering piece of conceptual art (this time using books chosen by Wade Guyton, Adam McEwen, Richard Prince and others) Higgs is both calling attention to an overlooked piece of art history, and using it to signal toward the conceptual underpinnings of his own work. Fifteen People Present Their Favorite Book [After Kosuth] is a work of art but also an act of curation. It has not been made in the usual sense and so it blurs the line between the creative work of an artist and that of a curator. And, as a work after Kosuth, it makes no claim of originality but relies instead on an appropriated idea. By failing in such an exemplary way to be a skillfully made and original work, Higgs’ installation creates a series of challenges to traditional definitions of art. The questions it raises are fundamental to any understanding of the multi-faceted work Higgs has made throughout his career. By ignoring the usual boundaries that would delineate the role of the artist, the curator, the writer, et cetera, Matthew Higgs has defined a singular role for himself and thereby become a figure of central importance in the art world today. Matthew Higgs is represented by Murray Guy Gallery in New York City and director of White Columns, which celebrated its fortieth anniversary this year. For more information about the artist or this exhibition please contact Glenn Horowitz Bookseller via email or phone: info@GHbookseller.com, 631-324-5511. 5/23 – 6/23 Bill Burke: Destrukto This exhibition is the first devoted to Bill Burke's Destrukto series. Also on view will be a collection of one-of-a kind maquettes and notebooks that Burke created over several decades making artist's books. Burke's work is visceral and immediate, but behind the action and explosions, the exotic locales, gruesome scenes, and outré material there is a rigorous examination of photographic conventions. Throughout his career Burke has continually called into question the idea that the camera is, or could ever be, a disinterested tool, objective recorder of events, or device for the scientific collection of data. Instead, he revels in the inherent subjectivity of the photographic image, making art and books with a vitality that comes from being as untidy and irreducible as the world around us. 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY Sat 5/9 Artist’s Reception – Peter Solow 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Peter Solow is a graduate of Cooper Union and Goddard College. Mr. Solow’s paintings and drawings are in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum NYC, The Museum of American Art-The Smithsonian Institute, The Dallas Museum, and The Harn Museum Gainesville Florida and the Newark Museum. He has exhibited his work extensively throughout the United States. The exhibition at The John Jermain Memorial Library consists of recent works on paper dealing with subjects that are traditional to Mr. Solow’s oeuvre, figurative drawings of Italy, New York City and the East End of Long Island. Friday At The Movies JJML’s popular Friday at the Movies series is shown on a large screen in the library’s third-floor rotunda. Seating is limited, so please arrive by 6:15 pm. Films start promptly at 6:30 pm. Seating is limited.No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free. Fri 5/8 El Norte 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Two teenage siblings decide to flee their home in Guatemala for the United States after witnessing their village and family being destroyed by the local army. MONTAUK LIBRARY 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668 3377

EAST HAMPTON BOWL Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 631.324.1950 The Alley Bar at East Hampton Bowl Hosts 2009 Spring Fling Fundraiser with Nancy Atlas 7:30 pm Surfrider Eastern Long Island - Party Alert: Nancy Atlas, The Bastards of Boom, and DJ Big Drop. If you would like to volunteer for this event and get in FREE, send an e-mail to: mick_hargreaves@yahoo.com THE WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill, NY 631.726.2547 Sat 5/9 Tea Party Benefit for the Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Tea Cup Prices $20 The Water Mill Museum will be a Tea Shoppe again, with handmade tea cups, tea bowls and mugs donated by members of the Clay Art Guild They will be filled with your choice of specialty tea and home made cookies. THE LONG ISLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION Watermill Community Center Route 27A, Water Mill, NY (the first building on the right after the Windmill) Maxine 725-9321 Sat 5/2 Contradance with 8:00- 11:00 pm $10/$14 Do I need to know the dances ahead of time? NO. All dances are taught right there as we do them. Do I need to have a partner? NO. Singles are welcome, and so are couples, families, and groups of friends. Do I need dancing shoes? NO. Soft soled shoes are highly recommended because they will be easy on your feet and easy on our floors. Are there lessons for beginners? YES. Arrive early and be ready to dance at 7:45 for a lesson. Are refreshments available? YES - because we bring them to share with each other. Please consider bringing an item to share at our refreshment table. There is also water to keep you hydrated and dancing HAMPTONS HOME & GARDEN SHOW Southampton Elk’s Lodge Fairgrounds, 605 County Rd 39 (Rte 27) Southampton 283-5505 THE GARDEN CONSERVANCY 11 Old Postal Road, Cold Spring, NY 10516 1.845.265.5384 Sat 5/16 Suffolk County Open Day 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Friend Hellerman Garden 5 Winding Way, East Hampton, NY 11937 This garden, designed by Susan Friend, is remarkable in its unique arrangement of space, giving the feeling of a much larger property. One enters the garden passing the fish pond and through a gate surrounded by rhododendrons. A Japanese dry garden features conifers, shrubs, a hand-carved lantern, a meandering river of sand-colored gravel with a stone bridge, and focal points of large boulders. Follow a path from the deck to a romantic vine-enclosed shower, continue winding through the woodland garden with ferns and bamboo where a pond and bench create a resting spot. The natural feeling offers a strong contrast to the controlled look of the viewing garden. SOUTHAMPTON DAYCARE CENTER YARD SALE 100 David Whites Lane Southampton, NY 11968 LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 Can’t make it to a cooking class? Come to our Bridgehampton Cookshop on Main Street for cooking demonstrations every Saturday from Noon to 2:00! Sat 5/9 Rhubarb Mini Shortcakes in the Turbochef high-Speed Oven Sat 5/16 Indonesian Style Chicken Kebobs with a Spicy Peanut Sauce WILLIAMS SONOMA BRIDGEHAMPTON COMMONS, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 537.3040 CULINARY DEMONSTRATIONS Daily 2:00 pm Free Please join us for culinary demonstrations at your local Williams-Sonoma. Our culinary demonstrations will show you how to use and care for products found throughout the store. TECHNIQUE CLASSES Free Please join us for a new series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our technique classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by culinary experts and featuring cuisines from around the world, classes include demonstrations and samples of prepared dishes as well as printed recipes you can take home. Join us for the entire series or choose your favorite individual classes. Class size is limited, and classes tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space today. Sun 5/3 Frittatas, Stratas and More 2:00 pm Eggs are more than just a breakfast staple – they’re also a satisfying option for brunch, lunch and even dinner. This class will reveal the secrets

to preparing enticing main-course egg dishes, including simple frittatas, make-ahead stratas and more. Sun 5/17 Summer on the Grill 2:00 pm Summer is just around the corner, so it’s time to fire up your backyard barbeque and cook sizzling meats and delicious side dishes. Join us for our introduction to the grilling season and discover creative new recipes to enjoy on Memorial Day weekend and throughout the summer. Sun 5/31 Summer Drinks 2:00 pm Get ready to pour some summer fun with these festive drinks. You’ll learn to make thirst-quenching beverages that the entire family will enjoy, from new spins on classics like ice-cold lemonade to healthful and refreshing fruit drinks. They’re ideal for warm weather sipping at brunches, barbeques and picnics. COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKET AT HAYGROUND SCHOOL 151 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, NY Fri 5/22 Community Farmers Market Opening 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm The community farmers’ market at the Hayground School will feature locally grown and produced foods: Vegetables, artisanal breads, cheeses, baked goods, eggs, fish & more, including seedlings and produce from the Hayground School Farm. Also, educational workshops on home gardening and green living. Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day - every Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY 869 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY 11976 631.726.2633 Sat 5/23 Cocktail Party 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Come celebrate the Memorial Day release of Hampton Daze Magazine at Hampton Coffee Company on Saturday, May 23, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Hosted by Hampton Daze Magazine, The Hampton Angels, Hampton Coffee Company, and The Independent. Complimentary wine and giveaways! Contact Jessica Mackin: info@hamptondaze.com. NICK & TONI'S RESTAURANT 136 North Main Street East Hampton 324-3550 CITTANUOVA 29 Newtown Lane East Hampton 324-6300 OSO AT SOUTHAMPTON INN 91 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.1166 Thurs 5/21 Wine Pairing with Macari Vineyard 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm $75/person Back by popular demand, OSO Restaurant & Chef Bryan Naylor welcomes Macari Vineyards for another Wine Pairing Dinner on Thursday, May 21, 2009, 7:30pm-9:30pm. $75* per person, 7 course menu to follow. Please call 631.283.6500 x 779 for your reservations! PIERRE’S RESTAURANT 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.5110 Tuesdays and Sundays Jody Carlson and Her Trio 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Jazz. Sat 5/9 New Perspectives: Oil Paintings by Suzanne Bonser 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm NEW PERSPECTIVES- The Hamptons- a selection of new oil paintings by Suzanne Bonser featuring iconic images of the Hamptons shown in an unusual perspective. Daily May 6- June 3, 2009 REGULARS MUSIC CAFÉ 1271 North Sea Road, Southampton NY Fri 5/8 Friday Night Supper Club Starring the Doug Dwyer Trio 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Join us for the Friday Night Supper Club. Every Friday, we have amazing acts entertain you and your friends or family while you dine. Reservations are recommended. Call 631-287-2900. Sat 5/9 Dance Till Midnight with Signify 9:00 pm – Midnight Start Your Saturday Night @ Regulars! Get your crew together and make Regulars your first stop on Saturday night. Beginning this Saturday night, we'll have live music waiting for you to dance to. Have cocktails, even grab a quick bite to eat if you are hungry. Reservations recommended. Call 631-287-2900. BAY BURGER RESTAURANT 1742 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631-899-3914 Thurs 5/14 Thursday Night Jazz Jam Sessions at Bay Burger 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Free Every Thursday night from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm starting in June. A weekly jam session for local musicians! No cover and no reservations required - please come join us! Inquiries: contact John at 631.603.6160 or john@bayburger.com

THE LIVING ROOM c/o THE MAIDSTONE 207 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.5006 THE LODGE RESTAURANT 31 Race Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.5022 Thurs 5/14 High-Note Thursdays 6:00 pm Jane Hastay (pianist) and Peter Martin Weiss (bassist) will perform for High-Note Thursdays at The Lodge. Sun 5/24 Bikini Fashion Show 10:00 pm Hampton Daze Magazine Memorial Day Release Party and Bikini Fashion Show. Runway show with suits from kelly b. in Montauk. Raffle to benefit Relay for Life - The American Cancer Society. Presented by The Lodge Bar & Grill, Hampton Daze Magazine, The Hampton Angels; No cover; Both Bars open; Good music; Hot new bikinis. Come out and support a great cause! THE PLAZA CAFÉ 61 Hill Street, Southampton NY 11968 283-9323 Fri 5/1 The Plaza Café/Wolffer Wine Dinner $80 On May 1st, the Plaza Café will present a Wine Dinner celebrating the special vintages of Wölffer Estate Vineyards, the European style winery that has, for the past 20 years, been in the vanguard of the Long Island wine industry. The company was founded in 1987 by the German-born entrepreneur, Christian Wölffer, who died so tragically in an accident on New Years Eve, 2008. Since then the winery has continued to operate under the guidance of Mr. Wölffer’s long time winemaker, Roman Roth, who will host the dinner. Mr. Roth will talk about the history of Wölffer, their plans for the future and of course, the wines that will accompany each of the five sumptuous courses to be prepared by Chef Doug Gulija and his staff. Join us on May 1st, for the Plaza Café/Wölffer Wine Dinner. Call 283-9323 for complete details. MONTAUK POINT STATE PARK 50 South Fairview Avenue, Montauk, NY 11754 631.668.3781 Park is Open year round, sunrise to sunset. Big game and small game hunting are permitted in season. Montauk Point State Park, a heavily-wooded area on the eastern tip of Long Island and the historic Montauk Lighthouse, offers some of the best surf fishing in the world. The view is unique, because, when the water is calm, visitors can clearly see the "race" of converging tides from the Atlantic and Block Island Sound. Visitors can also use the nature trails to hike or cross-country ski, or spend time watching the seals sun on the rocks offshore. MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 Welcome to the Montauk Point Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in New York State. The Lighthouse was authorized by the Second Congress, under President George Washington in 1792. Construction began on June 7, 1796 and was completed on November 5, 1796. This historic landmark has been part of Long Island's land and seascape for over 200 years and still serves as an active aid to navigation. This beautiful historic Montauk site plays frequent host to wedding ceremonies and other special events. Group and school tours (20 or more) are available on a year round basis at the Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum. For information and reservations please call our toll free number 1-888-MTKPOINT or 631-668-2544. Museum admission: $8 adults / $7 seniors / $4 children. 5/16 – 5/17 Lighthouse Challenge 8:00 am – 6:00 pm The Montauk Lighthouse Museum is proud to participate in the 5th Annual Long Island Lighthouse Challenge on May 16 and 17, 2009. We will be open from 8 AM to 6 PM. The 2008 Long Island Lighthouse Challenge will present to the participants the rich lighthouse heritage of Long Island. All of the stops will be in Suffolk County which, in honor of its distinction of having more lighthouses than any other county in the nation, has adopted the name "America's Lighthouse County." Complete the challenge by visiting each site within the weekend. Get your lighthouse passport stamped and receive a commemorative souvenir from each site. Challenge Sites: Montauk Point/Cedar Island/East End Seaport/Long Beach Bar/Orient Point/Plum Island /Horton Point/ Old Field Point /Huntingdon Harbor/Fire Island. MAIN BEACH SURF AND SPORT 352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott, NY 11975 631.537.2716 Sun 5/3 Kayak and Paddleboard Adventure 9:30 am – 1:30 pm Join us for a paddle on Scallop Pond and Sebonac Creek. Surrounded by the Cow Neck Preserve and other protected lands, Scallop Pond makes for the ideal spring paddling location. This location is considered to be one of the most beautiful paddling locations in Southampton Town. This paddle is appropriate for all ability levels. Contact: Rick 631.537.2716. Fri 5/8 – Sat 5/9 May Full Moon Paddles Check out our first Full Moon Paddle of the season. May (8th&9th). Guides, Bon Fire, Hot Chai, Kayaks, Paddleboards and all the gear. Wine and Cheese baskets or sandwich platters available upon request. Call 631.537.2716 to sign up or for more information. Sun 5/10 Kayak Fishing Seminar and Outing 2:00 pm in-store seminar Free / 5:00 pm fishing tour $65 Join us for an afternoon of kayaks, gear reviews and fishing fun. Explore the various fishing kayaks from Native watercraft and all the great

accessories that go along with them. We will show a free Kayak fishing video in the store. At 5 p.m. we will be heading out on a kayak fishing tour, with a cost of $65. Contact: Rick 631.537.2716. Sat 5/30 Global Surf Industries – Stand Up Paddleboard Tour and Demo 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Join the Main Beach Crew and Ed from GSI as we check out the latest Stand up paddleboards from Global Surf Industries. We will do a flat water tour in the morning and if conditions permit ride some waves at a local break. Meet at the Main Beach Store at 10:00am. Call 631.537.2716 for more information ask for Rick. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 5379735 Reservations are required for all events. Call (631) 537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child (3-12 years of age). Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Sat 5/9 Warbler Migration 8:30 am Enjoy migrating warblers on this Maple Swamp walk, one of the best places on Eastern Long Island to catch the spring migration. More than 30 species of warblers have been seen here in addition to raptors, cuckoos, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, flycatchers, vireos, thrushes, tanagers, and an assortment of finches, some nesting, some headed to Canada, and some merely off-course. Eric Salzman is not only an experienced birder he is also a well-known music composer so he'll help you learn to keep your ears tuned to the calls and sounds of the birds you find. Children over the age of 12 may attend. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child ages three to 12, two and under free. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program.Contact Carol Crasson 631.537.9735. Sat 5/16 KIDS: Calling All Butterfly Gardeners! – Children’s Nature Workshop 10:00 am ages 6 and under / 1:00 pm ages 7 and up $5 materials charge Everyone likes butterflies, but how do you get them to come to your garden? Find out how in this workshop with SoFo Nature Educator Heather Abrams who is in charge of SoFo’s new Butterfly Garden. You’ll learn on what native plants these enchanting winged insects lay their eggs, on and from which plants they sip nectar from. Best of all, you’ll plant some seeds, roots, or already started plants which you can take home, and some you’ll plant to put into SoFo’s Butterfly Garden. There will be a $5 materials charge. Advance reservations are essential as there is a limited enrollment Call (631) 537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Nonmembers are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child 12 - 3 years of age, 2 and under free. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Sat 5/23 Searching for Nature’s Treasures $7 adult / $5 children ages three to twelve (includes museum admission) Hunt Leaders: Heather Abrams and Crystal Possehl. Now is a great time of year to get the entire family outdoors, and who doesn't love a scavenger hunt? A nature scavenger hunt can open children's eyes to the wonders of the natural world, providing countless learning opportunities. On this scavenger hunt SoFo's Nature Educators will explore the bay beach and salt marsh with children while searching for natural treasures, sometimes easy to see and sometimes hard to find. Advance reservations are essential as there is a limited enrollment. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. Sat 5/23 The Wonders of the Salt Marsh $7 adult / $5 children ages three to twelve (includes museum admission) Walk Leader: Chris Roberts. Explore the sublime beauty of our local salt marshes with naturalist Chris Roberts. Find out why they are so important to the waters that surround them and the animals that depend on them. A short hike will take us past fields, through the forest, and into the heart of the tidal marsh. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Sat 5/30 Life of Our Native Forest Walk Leader: Chris Roberts. Take a leisurely stroll through part of a 500-acre nature preserve to examine the plants and trees that grow there. Naturalist Chris Roberts will identify the native flora and discuss the relationships between them and between the forest and the creatures that inhabit it. A close look at the population of White Pine trees that are unique to the area will be explored. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child ages three to 12, two and under free. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Contact Information: Carol Crasson 631-537-9735 sofo@hamptons.com. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227

Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. Sat 5/2 The Walking Dunes Hike – Front and Back (3.5 miles) 10:00 am Inspiration for this hike comes from the recent publication of a beautiful book on the Walking Dunes by EHTPS members Mike Bottini and Ruth Formanek. See from both sides how nature has formed and moved these dunes and continues to do so. Meet at the end of Napeague Harbor Rd (not Napeague Meadow Rd) about one mile north of Rt 27 in Napeague. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 Wed 5/6 Wainscott Village (2 – 3 miles) 10:00 am Join us for a walk through one of Long Island’s most beautiful historic villages. We will see houses old and new and still existing farmlands. Included are views of Wainscott Pond and an exhilarating walk along the ocean beach. Meet in the beach parking lot at the end of Beach Lane. Leader: Nancy Kane (631) 324-5799 Sat 5/9 Paumanok Path #5 (10.5 miles) 9:00 am This is the 5th and last hike in the East Hampton Paumanok Path series and is an exact reprise of the same hike on the 1998 inaugural walk of this historic trail. It features stunning water views of Oyster Pond, Block Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Meet in Montauk at the municipal parking lot across Rt 27 from Second House and Kirk’s Park and adjacent to the IGA parking lot in downtown Montauk. Bring water and snacks. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 Sat 5/9 Waterfence (5 miles) 10:00 am This is a vigorous hike through some beautiful landscape. Come join our leader on a walk in Hither Woods. We will follow the Serpent’s Back Trail to the Waterfence shoreline overlooking Napeague Bay. Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook off Rt. 27, about 1 mile east of the Montauk Highway/Old Montauk Highway split. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093 Wed 5/13 Exercise Hike (3 – 4 miles) 9:00 am This will be a moderately-paced ‘exercise hike” through a lush beech forest and past a working farm. Meet on Abrahams Path in Western Amagansett about 2/10 mile north of the intersection with Town Lane in East Hampton. Leader: Ethel Pulaski (631) 329-1470 Sat 5/16 Bike Exploration (20 miles) 9:00 am We will take a leisurely bike ride on the very back roads of Shelter Island and visit with Albertus Clark, Shelter Island’s last bayman. Make sure your bike is in good working order. Helmets are required.Meet at the South Ferry in North Haven at the end of Rt 114. Leaders: Lois Peltz and Jerry Brown (631) 329-9414 Sat 5/16 Poetry Hike at Sammy’s Beach (3 miles) 10:00 am We will stop twice on this shore hike for poetry readings. BYOP (bring your own poem) written by you or someone else. Or just come along to enjoy the scene. Meet at the end of Sammy’s Beach Road (a right turn off Old House Landing Road) via Alewive Brook Rd. Rain date is Sunday, May 17th. Leaders: Leanne Domash and Laurie Adler (631) 329-2617 Sat 5/16 Barcelona Neck (7 miles) 10:00 am Ramble through white pine and hard wood forest. Amble along the edge of a tupelo swamp. Trek across an eighty foot bluff and walk a pebbly, bay beach. Amazing panoramas are the order of the day. Meet on Swamp Rd. at the intersection with Edwards Hole Rd., approximately 1/2 mile north of Rt 114. Leader: Richard Poveromo (631) 283-4591 or (917) 584-7280 day of hike. Wed 5/20 Merrill Lake (2 -3 miles) 10:00 am We start with a stroll through the Nature Conservancy’s Merrill Lake Sanctuary. (Wear boots. It may be wet.) We then explore neighborhood trails in the Springs Woodblock area. Meet at the Merrill Lake Sanctuary on the eastern side of Springs Fireplace Rd, just north of Talmage Farm Lane. Leader: Nancy Kane (631) 324-5799. Sat 5/23 Ghost Town Hike (4 miles) 10:00 am Did you know that we have a ghost town in the middle of East Hampton? Join a local historian for a tour of the “town,” now abandoned to dogwoods, pines, and oak trees. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd, about 3/10 of a mile from the intersection with Alewive Brook Rd in East Hampton. Leader: Lee Dion (631) 375-2339. Sun 5/24 Stony Hill Hike (8 miles) 10:00 am On Memorial Day weekend stroll past working farmland and hike through East Hampton’s finest beech forest on this scenic hike. Thank Peconic Land Trust and a few generous benefactors for preserving this splendid area. We will hike a moderate pace on a somewhat hilly terrain. Bring water and snacks. Meet on the east side Abraham’s Path about ¼ mile north of Town Lane intersection in Amagansett. Leader: Rick Whalen (631) 267-6608. Wed 5/27 The Horseshoe Crab Walk (4.5 miles) 10:00 am From Napeague Meadow Rd, we will link up with the Paumanok Path heading east. After hiking a fairly flat pine and secondary dune area, we

will proceed across an access through salt meadows to the shores of Napeague Harbor for a beautiful beach walk. Our trail then continues through the oak/pine forest of Hither Hills. The final ascent of Nominicks Hill will reward us with sweeping views to the south and west. Meet on Napeague Meadow Rd about ½ mile north of the intersection of Rt 27. Leader: Carol Andrews (631) 725-3367 or (631) 356-2900 day of hike. Sat 5/30 Hands Creek Preserve (2 miles) 10:00 am This easy 2 miler which many of us have kayaked, is now available for hiking. The former Duke property, which abuts the Boys Harbor parcel, contains rambling woods and a short beach walk with beautiful water views across Three Mile Harbor. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a new perspective of an old landscape and still have time to enjoy the rest of the day. Meet at the parking area on Springy Banks Rd just south of the intersection with Hands Creek Rd. Leader: Gene Makl (631) 324-8662 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 5/2 Great East End Cleanup 9:00 am – Noon We need volunteers to help clean up the Tuckahoe Hills Preserve. This is the future site of the Kurt Billing memorial. Kurt was one of the founding members of S.T.P.S. Meet at the Tuckahoe School on Sebonac Rd., Southampton. Bring sturdy gloves. Tony Garro: 725.5861. Sun 5/3 The Northwest (5.5 hilly miles) 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Meet at the kiosk on Rte. 114, East Hampton. Through the heart of the Northwest. Bill Schildknecht: 725.2888. Sun 5/3 Hayground Cemetery Tour 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Join Dr. James K. Flack & Zachary Studenroth for a tour of this historic cemetery. Meet at Montauk Highway & Windmill Lane (just east of Mecox Rd.) Tony Garro: 725.5861. Sat 5/9 Mostly Paumanok Path 10:00 am – Noon On a clear day you can see - ? Five mile hike with Joe Lane. Meet at Sag Harbor Industries on Bridgehampton Turnpike (opposite Verizon). Sag Harbor. 725.3942. Sat 5/9 Paumanok Path #5 9:00 am - ? A joint hike with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Final leg of the Paumanok Path series of hikes. 10+ miles. Meet at the roadside parking area on Camp Hero Rd., Montauk. Richard Luppoletti: 324.1127. Sun 5/10 Long Pond Greenbelt 8:00 am – 10:00 am Meet at South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton Tpk., Bridgehampton. 4 miles, brisk pace. Dai Dayton: 745.0689 Sat 5/16 Hot Ride on the Bay 10:00 am – Noon Hot ride on the Bay to Ocean Trail through Sagaponack to the ocean. Views of fields and ocean and, if conditions permit, a beach ride. Meet at field across from Wolffer Estate on Narrow Lane East, Sagaponack. Must be a member of STPS/HOT due ot insurance. Easy to join day of ride. For more info and reservations call Barbara Bornstein: 537.6188. Sat 5/16 Sarnoff Preserve 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Meet at the trail head on C.R. 104 (1 mile north of Exit 64 Sunrise Highway). 7 miles; bring water, snack, tick repellant. Classic Pine Barrens. Ken Spadafora: 682.7250. Sun 5/17 Long Pond Greenbelt 10:00 am – Noon Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. 5 miles; pond views. Bob Wolfram: 725.4237. Sun 5/17 Manorville Hills 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Meet at the Park on C.R. 111, 2.5 miles north of Rte. 27 (exit 72). 2 – 3 hilly miles of Pine Barrens. Tom Stock: 727.5250. Sat 5/23 Sag Harbor Patriotic Tour 10:00 am – Noon Meet at the windmill on Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. Learn about Sag Harbor’s role in America’s wars. Visit battle sites, cemeteries, and historic homes. Tony Garro: 725.5861. Sat 5/23 Narrow Lane Clean Up 8:00 am – 9:00 am Meet at Narrow and Norris Lanes, Bridgehampton. Dai Dayton: 745.0689. Sun 5/24 Elliston Park 10:00 am – Noon Meet at the Park on Millstone Brook Rd., Southampton. 3 miles, some hills. Howard Reisman: 283.5376. Sat 5/30 Trout Pond/Clam Island 9:00 am – 11:00 am Meet at Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road, Noyac. 3 miles; pond & bay views. Ken Bieger: 283.5432. Sun 5/31 Penny Pond/Hubbard 10:00 am – Noon 4-5 miles, some hills. Meet at Red Creek Park on Old Riverhead Rd. (off Rte. 24), Hampton Bays. Water and tick repellant a good idea. Ken Spadafora: 682.7250.

GROUP FOR THE EASTEND 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Unless indicated, GSF’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Sat 5/2 Native Plant Community Garden Fundraiser (Southold) 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Volunteer with Group for the East End by helping our staff create a native plant community garden on the property at our office in Southold (54895 Main Road). With native species donated by Cornell Cooperative Extension and maintenance/planning assistance from Will Lee of Lee Landscaping and Sang Lee Farm, we will create a garden that can be enjoyed by the community and be used for educational purposes for years to come. Beautiful native plants require less maintenance (no pesticides that pollute the ground and surface waters), can be deer resistant, and provide natural habitat for local wildlife species (attracting birds and butterflies to your garden). Participants who sign up ahead of time will have the opportunity to be named on the garden's dedication plaque, if they are able to raise over $250 in pledges toward the effort (on their own or through sponsorships). Proceeds benefit garden maintenance and educational programs. Join us afterwards (12-2) for refreshments and an art opening inside the office (see below). For more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 5/2 Environmental Art Reception (Southold) 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Join us after the Community Garden Fundraiser (see above) for refreshments and an environmental art opening with works by two unique, distinct and renowned local artists, Barbara Roux and Carolyn Munaco Haines. Admission is free. For more information, please contact Judy Christrup at 631-765-6450 ext. 215 or jchristrup@eastendenvironment.org and visit www.barbararoux.com and www.carolynmunacohaines.com. Mon 5/4 Monsell Trail Clean-Up II (Greenport) 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm That's right! The first Monday of each month we are rolling up our sleeves and cleaning up the shores of Silver Lake in order to make way for trails linking the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound. With the help of Mayor Nyce and the Village Highway Department we have already removed couches, tires, batteries, trash, scrap metal and televisions. We have received grant funding to create walking and biking trails, educational signs and restore the native habitat, but first we have to remove the illegally-dumped debris. Join us, around the corner from the Greenport School. Collection bags are provided. Please bring gloves. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-765-6450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 5/9 Family Night Hike Under The Moon (East Hampton) 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm There's something about hiking at dusk into darkness that feels especially exciting and adventurous! On this night, the moon will be 99% full and, should it be a clear evening, this one-mile loop on the Sammy's Beach nature trail and along the bay beach will be magical. Clear or not, bring your family and join Environmental Educator Anita Wright and her family for this special evening outdoors. For reservations or more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 ext. 206 or acwright@eastendenvironment.org. Fri 5/15 Friday Morning Birds At Quogue Wildlife Refuge (Quogue) 7:30 am – 9:00 am May is the month that every birdwatcher anticipates with giddiness. Neotropical migrants are on the move, and they're wearing their finest outfits: bright red and black-winged Scarlet Tanagers, sky-blue Indigo Buntings, warblers galore (thirty-odd species) wearing most of the colors in the Crayola box... We will search the Quogue Wildlife Refuge for these beautiful songbirds. Binoculars are required. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 5/16 Springs "Spring" Clean-Up (Springs) 10:00 am – Noon [rain date 5/17] Group for the East End is joining forces with the Accabonac Protection Committee to organize this annual community effort to clean up the neighborhood! Bring your family and friends (and some gloves!) and meet us at Springs General Store at 10 a.m. sharp. Dress for the task (old clothes, light in color for easier tick detection) and we'll provide the garbage bags. Your hard work will be rewarded by a free lunch, courtesy of the Springs General Store. For more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 ext. 206 or acwright@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 5/16 Beach Clean-Up At Sagg Main Beach (Sagaponack) 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Help out with a beach clean up at Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack, and learn about the natural things that wash up on the shore as well. If you've ever wondered about the stories behind the pretty shells you find on local beaches, you will have a great time exploring with us! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-765-6450 ext. 212 or jskilbred@eastendenvironment.org. Sun 5/17 Fourteenth Annual Fauna-Thon Fundraiser (Entire East End) (all day and part of the night!) Group staffers and friends will wander far and wide, searching for mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, and dragonflies. Can we beat our record of 266 species? Not without your help! So join one of our teams, make your own team, or pledge a donation. For more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Mon 5/18 Survey Of Moore's Woods II (Greenport)

Join Group staff for one or both of these critical litter surveys as we document trail conditions and identify areas where litter cleanup is needed. The survey is critical to the Bay-to-Sound Trail project that will link the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound through the creation and upgrading of walking and biking trails. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-765-6450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org. Thurs 5/21 Mccabe's Beach Clean-Up (Southold) 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Come on down to McCabe's Beach overlooking the Long Island Sound and lend a hand cleaning up the shoreline before summer begins. Bring some gloves and we will supply the bags. For more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-765-6450 ext. 211 or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org. Sun 5/31 Beach Clean-Up at Sagg Main Beach (Sagaponack) 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Help out with a beach clean up at Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack, and learn about the natural things that wash up on the shore as well. If you've ever wondered about the stories behind the pretty shells you find on local beaches, you will have a great time exploring with us! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-765-6450 ext. 212 or jskilbred@eastendenvironment.org. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island 749-1001 Edged in white by 10 miles of coastline, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island is considered one of the richest habitats in the Northeast. Just 90 miles from New York City, the preserve covers a third of the island with 2,039 acres of interlacing tidal creeks, mature oak woodlands, fields, and freshwater marshes and is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Peconic." All programs require pre-registration. Call the Mashomack Preserve office at (631) 749-1001 for reservations, meeting place, and further information. Events are free to members of The Nature Conservancy, $4 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. PECONIC LAND TRUST 296 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM Sound Avenue, Aquebogue NY 631-680-1699 THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold 765-2626 Every Saturday from Sunset ‘til midnight, weather permitting, Custer staff will be on hand to assist you in observing the night sky using Custer's telescopes, and to answer your questions about astronomy and the organization itself. The Darkest Skies of any Observatory on Long Island! Fri 5/1 Open Mic Night: First Friday of Every Month! 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Interested in becoming a performer? This is a great opportunity for all you musicians, comics, poets, magicians and storytellers to let loose and get experience in front of a live audience. Everyone else: come and see the stars of tomorrow! Hosted by talented singer and songwriter, Liza Coppola. Suggested Donation: FREE (although any donation to help support our programs would be appreciated). Sat 5/9 A Lesson on Renewable Energy Options 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Members Free / $5 Non-members This in-depth discussion will include detailed information about renewal energy options: solar, wind, geothermal, and solar thermal. Coverage will include the impact renewal energy can have on the economy, society and the environment. Information will also be provided that will be helpful to homeowners who are considering conversion: you'll learn about the simplicity of these systems, financial benefits, financing options, and installation procedures. Presenter: Jamie Minnick, President of Eastern Energy Systems, and his family have been in the field of renewal energy for over 40 years; throughout that time they have dedicated themselves to increasing awareness about the green industry to ensure the future environmental state of the planet and to slow the process of climate change. Sat 5/16 First Light Party for the Dome’s New 25” Obsession Telescope 9:00 pm Free Tues., May 19, 9:00 PM, Raindate. In October 2008, Suffolk County Community College placed on loan at Custer it's 25" Obsession telescope; we are grateful to Ted Koukounas, Chair of Science and Math at SCCC, for making this possible. Since the scope arrived, a team of skilled Custerites have been working hard to retrofit it with a tracking servo-mechanism, and to design and machine revolutionary optics so observers can look through the eyepiece without climbing a high ladder. As with every major project, there have been set-backs along the way but the work is finally complete. So join us on this night to have a truly amazing observing experience and to celebrate not only the largest telescope in any public observatory on Long Island, but possibly the only Dobsonian telescope that has risen to such heights! Sat 5/23 “The Most Compact Objects in the Universe” 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Suggested Donations: $10 members / $13 Non-members / $5 Full Time Students Astronomers currently believe that the universe is full of objects much denser than anything possible to create on Earth, such as white dwarfs,

neutron stars, and black holes. In this talk, we will explain why astronomers believe such objects exist, their properties, and how they were created. Presenters: Dr. Joseph Gelfand (NYU / NSF) and Dr. Ingyin Zaw (NYU). COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-3352 THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-8250 It started with a dream: To create a magical and inviting place for young people that would stir their curiosity and imagination. In this quickly moving world of technology, children’s museums give families an opportunity to slow down and actively share in their children’s growth. These wonderful places of discovery are designed to provide interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create a lifelong love of selfdirected learning. Interactive exhibits will be both permanent and rotating. The permanent exhibit will focus on what makes the East End a special place, with an emphasis on the people and living creatures that inhabit it. Themes include agriculture, fishing, world celebrations, and community. In addition to the indoor activities, visitors will be encouraged to explore outdoor exhibits, mazes and gardens. CMEE Museum Hours: Sun 10 am – 5:00 pm; Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat: 9 am-5 pm. Closed on Tuesdays Admission: Under 1 year old: FREE; 12 and under: $5.00; Teens and Grownups: $7.00; Senior Grownups: $5.00 YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN ADVANCE . GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Puppet Play Groups Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 9:30 am Tot Art Mondays and Fridays at 10:30 am Puppet Shows Saturdays at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 631.369.6556 LULULEMON ATHLETICA Main Street, East Hampton 11937 631.324.4192 Sat 5/23 Free Kids Yoga and Music Class 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Join local teachers Jennifer Frasher and Steve Eaton at lululemon in East Hampton town for a free kid yoga and music class. Games, songs, music and much much more! Kids age three and older! This is a free event/class! Parents are also welcome to stay with their children! Jennifer and Steve have been teaching kids for several years and work with children of all ages at Mandala yoga, Kamadeva yoga, and also in the Springs and Amagansett elementary school! Contact Katy Vedder 631.324.4192. AMARYLLIS FARM EQUINE RESCUE 93 Merchants Path, Sagaponack, NY 631-537-7335 Sat 5/2 Lil Cowpokes Pony Club! 10:00 am – 12:00 Noon Lil Cowpokes pony club is a an awesome exoerience for three to eight years old. They learn all about ponies and feeding and caring for them and even riding them with a ground leader of course! Sun 5/3 and every Sunday Amaryllis Farm Sanctuary Petting Zoo 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm $5 donation Amaryllis Farm is a unique oasis of restored hopes, dreams and lives of animals once discarded. Visit the petting zoo animals who have had their lives returned to them.Our wonderful rescued animals love visitors so we have arranged every Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for them to meet and greet the compassionate public. Meet Octaveous and Sir Lancelot, the saved pot belly piggies; Binky the rescued mini burro; Patriot and Pal, the rescued birds; along with the many chickens, ducks, bunnies, horses, mules and ponies of all sizes! EAST HAMPTON MARINE MUSEUM 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett, NY 11937 631-267-8688 Fri 5/1 Historic Storm Surges From Manhattan To Montauk 6:30 PM Free The key to weathering a large storm, is often the ability of the individual and their community to be prepared. On May 1, at 7 PM, Dr. Brian Colle will give a talk on historic storm surges on Long Island and the techniques that the Storm Surge Group at Stony Brook University use to predict ocean surge prior to and during major storm events. Feel free to come early, at 6:30 PM, and enjoy refreshments or a walk through the upstairs displays in the East Hampton Marine Museum at 301 Bluff Road in Amagansett. BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537

Tasting Room Hours: Open year round, seven days a week, from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. Open till dusk Fri and Sat, from Memorial Day through Halloween. Closed New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Admissions and Tastings: $8/$12/$15 per person. VIP Tours and Tastings: Weekends at 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm $35/person. Please contact Matt: 631.734.7537. CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Sat 5/2 Glenn Jochum Showcase CD 2:30 pm Shelter Me, the fourth CD by Mattituck resident Glenn Jochum, is a collaboration with his sister Beth Jochum and her longtime Albany-based band Begonia. Stony Brook University alumnus Gabe Shuford adds piano on three of the ten songs. Join us for the wonderful afternoon to support Glenn as he showcases his new CD Shelter Me. Of course wine will be available for purchase while you listen to Glenn release his new songs. Please remember there is no outside alcoholic beverages or food permitted on the premises. Sat 5/9 Winemakers Walk at Borghese Vineyard 1:00 pm $15/person Join us for our weekly Winemaker's Walk and enjoy the added value of a Barrel Tasting of our merlot '07 a unique and exceptional tasting experience. Past Merlots have won double gold awards! The guided tour of our vineyard, winery and production facilities will include some wines from the Borghese Classic Tasting, a Barrel Tasting of Merlot '07 and a comparison bottled Merlot vintages. Learn about the agin of the wine and the processes thru which we create some of the finest flavors on Long Island. Sat 5/16 The Cutchogue Canine Classic 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $10 adults / $5 children HOLD THE DATE!! The Cutchogue Canine Classic, where every dog is a star, will be held again at Borghese Vineyard. A portion of the proceeds will benefit local animal associations. For more information on Sponsorship Opportunities, Vendor Space or Participation call Lynn at 631-734-7865 or email at lynn@mainroadhome.com. For more information visit The Cutchogue Canine Classic website. Castello di Borghese and the Cutchogue Canine Classic are once again collaborating for the benefit of local animal shelters and would like to offer you an opportunity to taste our Best of Appellation Merlot or Best of Appellation Chardonnay, both Double Gold Winners, when you contribute to the collection boxes for dog or cat food or silent auction items. Look for the colorful boxes displayed in our tasting room. We are open Thursday to Monday 11am to 5pm. Sun 5/24 Special Event 1:30 pm Join us at 1:30pm for Sauvignon Blanc, Oysters and Music by Bob Hovey's Jazz Convergence Quartet, featuring Neil Ralph on keyboards, with very special guests Bryan Campbell, guitar and John Soldo, drums. Together they bring to bear more than a century of combined yet widely diverse musical expression in a varied and eclectic performance. On a given afternoon their repertoire may take you from Bach to Bacharach to Bebop, from samba to straight ahead jazz. Sun 5/24 Jazz Convergence Quartet – Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Jazz Convergence Quartet - Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet, features Neil Ralph on keyboards, with very special guests Bryan Campbell, guitar and John Soldo, drums. Together they bring to bear more than a century of combined yet widely diverse musical expression in a varied and eclectic performance. On a given afternoon their repertoire may take you from Bach to Bacharach to Bebop, from samba to straight ahead jazz. Sat 5/30 Borghese Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Call to make reservations at 631-734-5111 or online at www.BorgheseVineyard.com. DUCKWALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & DUCK WALK NORTH Town of Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 Mother’s Day Weekend Sat 5/9 Live Music on the Duck Walk Patio Sun 5/10 All Moms Receive a Complimentary Glass of Wine Fri 5/22 Duck Walk/Pindar Wine Dinner at Jamesport Manor Inn 7:00 pm $70/person $65 wine club members 631.722.0500 Join winemaker Les Howard and Executive Chef Eric Rickmers for a four-course wine pairing dinner at one of the North Forks’ most celebrated restaurants. Information/reservations at 631.722.0500. Sat 5/23 Live Music with Mark Negron Sun 5/24 Live Music with Bob Carney JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport 722-5256 Fri 5/8 20 East Wine Pairing Dinner 6:45 pm $75/person

Suffolk County Community College is pleased to partner with Robert Hesse, chef of TV's Hells Kitchen, on May 8th to prepare the College's Season's 20 East Wine Pairing Dinner, a fundraiser intended to support the SCCC's Culinary Art's program. The evening will start off at 6:45 p.m. with a seafood raw bar accompanied by local wines. This will be followed by a 4-course North Fork Wine Pairing Dinner at 7:30 p.m. Chef Robert will demonstrate the preparation of each course in the College's state-of-the-art Demo Theater and Mr. Ron Goerler, the owner of Jamesport Vineyards will discuss the wine selections. Chef Robert will come into to the dining room for a brief Q & A. A silent auction and raffles will continue throughout the evening. The cost to attend this event is $75.00 per person and reservations are required. Please call 5483701 for more information and to make your reservation. Sat 5/23 and Sun 5/24 The Oyster Bar is Back! 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sat 5/23 Live Reggae Music by Quadralove 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Start the summer with Jamesport Vineyards! This weekend we feature live reggae music by Quadralove. Sun 5/24 Jazz 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sat 5/30 2009 Vineyard Trail Ride 12:00 pm Jamesport Vineyards welcomes back Nassau Suffolk Horsemen's Association and the Old Field Farm for their 2009 Vineyard Trail Ride. Come to Jamesport Vineyards this Saturday to watch the beautiful horses arrive in our backyard. They will arrive in our backyard around noon. Sat 5/30 Jazz on the Half-Shell (6 Piece Band) Sun 5/31 Inner Sleeve (60’s and 70’s Rock) THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Main Road Peconic 800-974-9899 Sat 5/2 Winemaker for an Afternoon 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm $60 general public / $25 Lenz subscribers Sun 5/3 Winemaker for an Afternoon 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm $60 general public / $25 Lenz subscribers Spend the afternoon with Winemaker Eric Fry tasting barrel samples of the upcoming 2008 vintage, learning to blend wine and then enjoying a rare tasting of Lenz library wine. Limited to 15 people each day. Sun 5/31 Roses of France and New York 1:00 pm $50/class Perhaps one of the most misunderstood wines, Rosés do have a respectable place on any wine admirer’s table, especially in the summer! This 90 minute class and tasting will offer an overview of the various ways in which wine becomes ‘pink’ as well as explore a variety of different Rosés from France & New York. 16 wines will be tasted blindly. A discussion will follow each flight. Cheese and bread will be served as well as bottled water. Class limited to 25 participants.Call or email the Lenz Tasting Room for more information: 631.734.6010 office@lenzwine.com LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 Sat 5/9 – Sun 5/10 Mother’s Day Wine and Chocolate Pairing 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Lieb Family Cellars, a boutique winery on the North Fork, and Bon Bon Chocolatier, a gourmet chocolate shop in Huntington, have teamed up, once again, to pair fine chocolates with award winning, local wines in celebration of everyone's favorite person - Mom! Our tasting will take you and Mom from the celebratory sparkler to the playful rose and on to robust reds, pairing five unique handmade chocolate with five different wines. Never heard of pairing wine and chocolate together? They're actually natural companions. Both have complex flavors and notes. Both have similar components and nuances in common. And both, in the perfect combination, can harmonize together in a blissful and sinful tasting experience. Visit us this Mother's Day and see for yourself. This event sells out every year. Reservations are required. Call 631-734-1100 or email melissa@liebcellars.com. LONG ISLAND MEADERY 1347 Lincoln Avenue Suite 11 Holbrook NY 11741 285-7469 Have you ever heard of mead? Have you ever tried mead? Maybe you tried mead while visiting Europe or at a medieval festival? Have you been told that mead was like beer, a beer with honey or even a wine with honey? Mead has some similarities to these beverages, but it is so much more it deserves its own category. Mead is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of honey as its primary sugar source and is often referred to as honey wine. Being made from honey, one would naturally expect it to be very sweet and although it usually is, it can actually range from dry to very sweet. Mead is usually still, though it can be made sparkling and can range from a mild low alcoholic content up to very high. Mead is arguably the oldest alcoholic beverage on the planet with some evidence dating it back approximately 10,000 years. Due to many different cultural and financial reasons, mead has fallen out of favor over the many years and now we call it the 'oldest alcoholic beverage no one has ever heard of.' A far cry from its hey day when it was referred to as the 'Nectar of the Gods.' Mead can be produced in many variations including a plain honey wine (traditional - honey only), flavored with fruit (melomel), spices (metheglin), vegetables, or any combination of ingredients limited only by the imagination of the wine maker and the resources he has at hand. Mon - Thurs by Appointment Only, Fri 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave Mattituck 298-0100 MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 631.298.0075 Tues 5/12 Tuesdays Live Mic Night 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm No reservations required. Sat 5/23 Reds, Whites and BBQ Blues $20 general admission / $10 Wine Club members Reds, Whites and BBQ Blues with live music by Pamela Betti and food provided by Maple Tree. Admission $20/$10 for wine club. RSVP May 20 at 631-298-0075, ext. 13. Contact: Nancy Bartow 298.0075. Fri 5/29 Wine Fundraiser for the LGS Foundation 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm $75 Join the LGSFoundation for wine and hors d'oeuvres as we raise awareness for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, a severe and debilitating form of childhood-onset epilepsy. LGS affects only 3 out of every 100,000 Americans and is characterized by frequent seizures and multiple seizure types, mental retardation, regression, and other cognitive problems. The wine fundraiser will be held at Martha Clara Vineyard on Friday, May 29th from 6:30pm until 9:30pm. Raffles will include jewelry from Judith Ripka, signed sports memorabilia, gift certificates to local restaurants, and an array of other prizes. Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased at www.lgsfoundation.org/wine.html. THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004 PALMER VINEYARDS 5120 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901 722-WINE (5362) PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Saturdays & Sundays Memorial Day Weekend through October Live Music on the Pavilion 1:00 pm -5:00 pm Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy live music overlooking the vineyard. Weather permitting. Pavilion Closes at 6:00 pm. By law, only Pindar Vineyards wines can be consumed on the property. Tours of the Winery Complimentary winery tours will be given Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Sat 5/9 Run Out East Car Show 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Seventh annual gathering of Ferrari and other special interest cars. Free admission. $40 to enter a car (includes lunch). Contact: Sam Germana 516.570.2552. THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic 765-6404 VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 Open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. We are always proud to present Wine Country's “LITTLE CIGAR FACTORY"! Hand rolled cigars, personalized humidors and cigar boxes. WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack, NY 631.537.5106 Twilight Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm May through November Live Jazz with the Dennis Raffelock Jazz Duo - featuring vocalist and bass player, Dennis Raffelock, and Don Stein on piano. Complimentary artisanal cheese. Wines sold by the glass. No reservations, no cover charge. Contact Sue Calden: 631.537.5106. Fri 5/1 The Plaza Café/Wolffer Wine Dinner $80 On May 1st, the Plaza Café will present a Wine Dinner celebrating the special vintages of Wölffer Estate Vineyards, the European style winery that has, for the past 20 years, been in the vanguard of the Long Island wine industry. The company was founded in 1987 by the German-born entrepreneur, Christian Wölffer, who died so tragically in an accident on New Years Eve, 2008. Since then the winery has continued to operate under the guidance of Mr. Wölffer’s long time winemaker, Roman Roth, who will host the dinner. Mr. Roth will talk about the history of Wölffer, their plans for the future and of course, the wines that will accompany each of the five sumptuous courses to be prepared by Chef Doug Gulija and his staff. Join us on May 1st, for the Plaza Café/Wölffer Wine Dinner. Call 283-9323 for complete details.

Sunset Fridays at the New Wolffer Winestand Fri 5/15 “Sunset Fridays” 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Join us to celebrate the opening of the newly refurbished Wolffer Winestand on May 15. Open all summer with special tastings planned on our”Sunset Fridays.” Launches May 1. Wines served by the glass. Complimentary artisanal cheese. Live World Jazz performed by Alfredo Merat and Charles Certain.. Location: Wolffer Winestand, 3312 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack, NY. Contact Alexa Matson Fox: 631-537-5106. Sat 5/9 Rose Release Party 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Complimentary Rose Wine tasing party. Live World Music. Fri 5/22 New Estate Tour Every Hour from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Fri – Sun We depart the Winery every hour from 11 AM to 3PM, Fridays through Sundays. Tour the Vineyards, the Stables, and the Grounds of the estate with a tour guide who shares the history and intriguing stories about Wölffer Estate Vineyard. No Reservations. Just sign up for the tour in the Winery – Price is $20 per person. Please, no children under twelve years old. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 5/1 X Frames 8:00 pm $10 Fri 5/1 Rock Star Karaoke 11:00 pm $10 / VIP $10 Different from regular karaoke but still the same fun-Rock Star Karaoke is karaoke with a LIVE BAND! If you like singing, then imagine how fabulous you will sound with a band backing you up. We provide the lyric sheets, we provide the rock—we both provide the fun. Rock Star Karaoke consists of a guitar, bass, drummer and host who all hail from their own personal singing/songwriting adventures including rock bands, country bands and musical theater. They have all been performing their entire lives and RSK gives them a new, fun way to entertain for the crowds. RSK is perfect for private parties (keep the crazy neighbor happy), weddings (keep the crazy uncle happy), bars (keep the regular happy), and any other function where you want every single person to have a fantastic time! Even if you don’t want to sing, RSK is a great place to dance and sing along to in the audience because it is all the music you know and love from many different decades. Now you might be thinking to yourself that you are shy enough while doing regular karaoke, but we have seen even the most timid people get up and perform. The band is there to help you out and make you sound great—no skipping of discs—only a memorable, unique performance that you can look back on and say, “Hey I was a rock star once upon a time!”. Sat 5/2 Mamalee Rose & Friends 8:00 pm $10 We are a 6 piece band featuring two female vocalists playing R&B, Soul,Rock, and standards. We are an established band out of East Hampton, NY and have been playing for more than 20 years in the area. From private party, weddings, fund raisers, benefits and numerous local club engagements we provide a solid sound for whatever venue you may be interested in. Feel free to contact us at any time for your next party or event. Thanks, Mamalee Rose & Friends Sat 5/2 Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm $10 Wed 5/6 David Bennett Cohen and Friends 8:00 pm $10 The David Bennett Cohen and Friends featuring Bruce Barthol & Special Guests!!!! David Bennett Cohen keyboardist for Country Joe and the Fish, Bruce Barthol bass player for Country Joe, Klyph Black guitar, Tali (icepack) Jackson, drums special guest Bob Steeler/ original drummer for Hot Tuna. and guests. Fri 5/8 Nancy Atlas 8:00 pm $10 Fri 5/8 Unchained 11:00 pm $15 Van Halen Tribute Band. Sat 5/9 Battle of the Bands – Finals 7:00 pm $10 Sat 5/9 The Majestic Band 11:00 pm $15 The Majestic Band featuring “Mesha” is a seven member New York based group made up of musicians from the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Africa, as well as the United States and the Central American country of Belize, where Mesha hails from. Born out of the passion to spread the love of entertainment through music, the band was formed in the early 1990s and has been in existence since. The group performs at local venues throughout New York City and is well known on Long Island scene from Nautical mile in Freeport to Patchogue to Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett, and can be seen regularly every other Friday night at Tracks Cafe in Brooklyn from 10:30pm-2:30am and every Saturday night at Dunn’s River Lounge in Rockville Center from 10:00pm-2:00am. The group plays a wide genre of music from reggae, soca, R&B, fusion, pop. Thurs 5/14 Hank Porter & CA3 w/Debbie Cosgrove $10

The Carlos Allende' Trio (CA3) is a unique party band from Long Island, New York. Founded in 2002 the band has become known for playing marothon sets of up tp 7 hours. With an ever growing repitiore of more than 6,000 covers ranging from swing era classics to modern top 40 pop and country as well as hundreds of original songs the band is spontaneous and about one thing, fun. CA3 is not a concert band but a party band. We are not about sitting and listening. We are about interaction, dancing, singing and encourage maximum audience participation. We prefer the intimate setting of playing in bars rather than a concert stage. Led by country music session guitarist Hank Porter, the trio features local New York professionals Jeff Phillips on bass and Dave Cobb on drums. Debbie Cosgrove who was the lead singer for Europa, the R&B band founded by Porter in the late 70's has graced the stage often with the trio and is a featured guest performer at many shows. Fri 5/15 Devil Sits Shotgun 8:00 pm $10 Remember when music summed-up your life, gave you hope, and made you reflect? Devil Sits Shotgun has made their name on the scene performing original working-class inspired, street-rock and roll. They have written and produced an amazing debut album entitled “Voices of the Dead” followed by their groundbreaking new release “Serenity”. Already having made their mark on the scene, Devil Sits Shotgun consistently is able to win over the crowd with their sincere, heartfelt, true-to-life songs. Drawing inspiration from 1950’s Rock and Roll, they honed their sound by incorporating aspects of Punk, Blues, Psychobilly, and Hardcore, capped it off with their working-class mentality, and New York attitude. Each songs sincerity bridges the gap between artist and audience having the ability to appeal to diverse audiences. Devil Sits Shotgun enlarged their sound with the additions of Charlie " Chompas" on lead guitar, and Kevin” the bad influence,” on drums. Once these two lifelong friends joined, they have managed to take D.S.S. to a new level of mind blowing music and stage presence. Devil Sits Shotgun’s hard work and dedication is unsurpassed; from their records, to their live shows, they give it nothing less than 100%, the proof being in their ever expanding fan base.Devil Sits Shotgun is: Baldie on Guitar & Vocals, Shotgun Larry on Stand Up Bass, Kevin” The Bad Influence,” on Drums & Vocals, Charlie “Chompas” on Lead Guitar. Fri 5/15 Lone Sharks 11:00 pm $10 5/16 Dave Wakeling and The English Beat 8:00 pm $70 all tickets Dave Wakeling takes the stage time and again, touring across the States, Canada, the UK and beyond. He does it for two reasons: First, he loves to play music, period. Second, his job here on Earth is to bring a message of love, unity and a steady, rhythmic groove of danceable songs with a message to the masses. Fans see him as an icon and to the young bands coming up he's the elder statesman of ska. His swooning croon has been covered by such rock luminaries as Peter Townshend, Eddie Vedder and Elvis Costello. He's repeatedly referred to in the press now as a "legacy artist" and an "icon": He learned what those terms actually mean early in 2006 when, much to his surprise, bemusement, and eternal joy, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame contacted him and asked him for his trademark Vox teardrop guitar, to bed displayed in a place of honour alongside the axes of Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain of Nirvana. Truly a wonderful and humbling experience for a working class boy from Brum! Dave is currently entering a musical renaissance, and fresh off this legacy moment, Dave is planning on going into the studio to lay down two new albums. Dave also continues to tour as The English Beat, as he had done for the last three decades, with an amazing all-star ska backing band playing the hits of The English Beat, General Public, and his new songs. Expect the unexpected and prepare to be blown away by the everchanging King of Ska! Sat 5/16 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $20 Ultimate 70’s rock disco band. Sun 5/17 Mamalee Rose & Friends 8:00 pm $10 We are a 6 piece band featuring two female vocalists playing R&B, Soul,Rock, and standards. We are an established band out of East Hampton, NY and have been playing for more than 20 years in the area. From private party, weddings, fund raisers, benefits and numerous local club engagements we provide a solid sound for whatever venue you may be interested in. Feel free to contact us at any time for your next party or event. Thanks, Mamalee Rose & Friends. Thurs 5/21 Bastards of Boom 9:00 pm $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don't find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse! Fri 5/22 Easy Star Allstars 8:00 pm $35 In its 12 year history, New York City’s Easy Star Records has produced two of the best-selling and trendsetting reggae albums of the decade – the Easy Star All-Stars’ Dub Side of the Moon and Radiodread – while building an international brand that has come to signify quality and class. The independent label has created an impressive body of work that includes those above-mentioned in-house productions, along with progressive recordings from envelope-pushing acts like John Brown’s Body and Ticklah; reissues of classic reggae from the vaults of Sugar Minott and Linval Thompson; new music from reggae legends The Meditations and Sister Carol; and collaborations with international reggae stars like Luciano, Anthony B and Morgan Heritage. Easy Star has steadily built a scene that extends in many directions, following any path where reggae leads, bringing together young producers and musicians, reggae stars, and even artists outside the genre who have been influenced by Jamaican music,

like Citizen Cope and blues musician/musicologist Corey Harris. The label manages its in-house musical collective/touring band The Easy Star All-Stars, who in the past five years have played over 200 shows, including tours in the US, UK, France, Italy, Israel, Ireland, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Turkey, Egypt, Chile, Poland, Croatia and Canada. Dub Side of the Moon and Radiodread have formed the backbone of a growing franchise of reggae re-inventions of classic albums, with the next entry in the series due in 2009. Easy Star has also developed a strong sense of how to market reggae to both core genre fans and a mass audience, leading to recent work consulting on marketing for albums such as Gov’t Mule’s Mighty High. Easy Star’s musical director, Michael Goldwasser, produced albums in 2007 for Corey Harris and Israeli band Hatikva 6, bringing the Easy Star sound further outside the family. And Easy Star has raised its profile as a lifestyle brand through events such as Easy Star Reggae Tuesdays, which was one of the longest-running weekly reggae parties in New York from 1998-2004. Fri 5/22 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $25 Ultimate 70’s rock disco band. Sat 5/23 Lez Zeppelin 8:00 pm $60 all tickets Since forming in 2004, the New York City-based quartet has toured throughout the United States and Europe to become the first and foremost female rock act to pay homage to Led Zeppelin and to garner rave reviews across the board. Although, LEZ ZEPPELIN stays true to the musically audacious spirit of the original, delivering the legendary rock band’s blistering arrangements and monstrous sound note-for-note at what often are sold-out frenzied shows around the world, the four women that make for the four essentially diverse elements of the band bring their own unique energy and passion to the music. Indeed, this may be the thing that serves most to set them apart. But then, there is also the seamless and strangely appropriate way in which LEZ ZEPPELIN inject their gender-bending performance into material that is often thought of as an historically male expression. For those who believe this to be the case, all that can be said is: times have changed. Live, the group takes its lead from what Led Zeppelin did in performance, seeking to create an intense experience from the in-the-moment interaction between all the players to both recount and reinvent the musical moment for the audience. In the studio, the band is equally committed to garnering the spirit and authenticity of the original and called on legendary producer/engineer, Eddie Kramer, to produce the group’s debut self-titled album, which was released in July 2007. Kramer, of course, sat behind the desk on as many as five of Led Zeppelin’s records, and is also renown for his work with Jimi Hendrix, Kiss, Lauren Hill and AC/DC. Although it was clear from the very first gigs that the group was doing something out of the ordinary for audiences hungry to hear this music played live, things reached a turning point when in 2006, Chuck Klosterman, formerly of SPIN magazine, called LEZ ZEPPELIN “the most powerful all-female band in rock history.” More press kudos followed; The New York Times raved that “Strapping on the double-necked Gibson with attitude to burn, this all-girl quartet pays tribute to its swaggering namesake Led Zeppelin, ripping through the catalog with blazing accuracy;” Bob Stanley of The Times of London hailed, “they are the best band I’ve seen all year, no question;” and CNN.com and Reuters ran front page features that called the group so “electrifying” they are “driving club audiences to a frenzy.” Over the past year alone, the group has been featured on VH1, MTV, CNN, FUSE and CBS Good Morning, among other major news networks and has been the subject of full-length features in leading magazines and daily papers across the world. The band has also become the first “tribute” band to play major rock festivals, including Bonnaroo (Manchester, TN), where the group played in front of an audience of 20,000; Download Festival (UK), Rock Am-Ring and Rock-im-Park (Germany) and the Voodoo Festival in New Orleans (USA). Even so, there are still skeptics who dare to ask: Can four women pull off the exuberant, powerful and musically intricate performances for which Led Zeppelin are known? Come and see. Sat 5/23 Nancy Atlas 11:00 pm $25 Sun 5/24 Martin Sexton 8:00 pm $125 VIP / $110 General Admission One of the most talked-about recent arrivals to the "new folk" acoustic music scene-- guitarist, singer and songwriter with an amazing vocal range. Sun 5/24 Winston Irie 11:00 pm $25 Winston (Irie) Sumner had a childhood filled with the love music from his mother Stella Crowther Sumner and grand aunt Jany Morgan who inspired him. Winston sung at a variety of talent shows and other programs in his hometown blessed with those inspirations. He was inspired by R&B, Rock and artists such as Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Gladys Knight, Jim Reeves, Bob Andy, Dobby Dobson, Daddy U Roy, Jimmy Cliff, Toots & the Maytals and the great Bob Marley. In 1979 Winston migrated to North America and settled with his family in Brooklyn, New York. After observing different artists and DJ styles, Winston formulated his unique style of singing. He appears at live stage shows, free styling and showing his national ability to deliver various song styles and vocal ranges, allowing him to gain a huge fan base wherever he performs. Winston's first recording was in 1983. "Tribute to Ironman", a record produced by Albert Punch a/k/a Punchie on the Omniscope label, "Slave Driver & Sometime Feelings" were later released on 12 inch vinyl for the Phantom label, followed up by another single "Jah Vibes" in the midnineties for Quality Time Records. This single drew attention of DJs and club promoters. These releases received good airplay on many AM & FM radio stations. As a singer on the reggae scene, Winston has performed at numerous benefit functions for a variety of different causes. Events such as AIDS/HIV, Children, Cancer, and Educational Research. He often has to juggle his time to perform with his own band Selective Security, The Hot Heads, High Fashion Rockers, Thunder Bolt HiFi, Natural Sound and his buddy Saxemillion,. There are many others, but they are too

numerous to mention. The urban group The Hot Heads got wind of Winston Irie's unique vocal style and asked him to join the group as Co-Lead vocalist with Michael Reiss; after finishing the first CD Urban Dwelling, the label Flip Records signed the Hot Heads in 1995. Together they completed 3 CDs, Urban Dwelling, World Wide Vibe and the 1997 release "Land Mines". The track "Slide" from the Urban Dwelling CD was featured on the HBO series The Sopranos. This talented man serves the heartbeat of the drum and bass flavored with the musical essence of sound and words, which is the front line of music called reggae. Winston has shared the bill and jammed with other great artists such as Lenny Kravitz, Martha Reeves, Richie Havens, A Tribe Called Quest, Paul Schaeffer and R&B greats The Drifters. In the reggae world he has opened for Jimmy Cliff, Joseph Hill (Culture), King Yellowman, Third World, Steel Pulse, Toots & the Maytals. Winston Irie is phenomenal in his own right. Look ahead for he is on his way! The long awaited CD Orthodoxy is now available; stay tuned for upcoming songs "Children of Darfur" and "No Time to Lose". For bookings contact 917-806-1951. Mon 5/25 Lucinda Roberts 8:00 pm $10 Tue 5/26 Trivia Night! 8:00 pm $10 Tue 5/26 Industry Release Party with Creamsicles & Heartless Devils 10:00 pm $10 Wed 5/27 Serena Ryder 8:00 pm $15 Serena Ryder has already left an indelible impression in Canada, where her album If Your Memory Serves You Well has been certified Gold and contributed to her winning the 2008 Juno Award for Best New Artist. For American listeners, this sets the stage for is it o.k., her full length debut for Atlantic Records on which Ryder paints a self-portrait that’s bitter in betrayal in “Sweeping the Ashes,” furious and yet not without affection in the hard-hitting “Little Bit of Red,” teasingly romantic on “Brand New Love,” struggling to understand another’s pain on “Hiding Place,” even careening through cascades of contradictory emotion, almost from one word to the next, on “All for Love.” All of these moments Ryder brings to life with a performance that resonates in memory long after its last notes fade. Wed 5/27 Hoot 10:00 pm $10 Thurs 5/28 Reel Karma 8:00 pm $10 Homogenized product and hackneyed melodies take note: the jig is up. Rec-execs, point the finger of blame at this here EP, Reel Karma's selftitled debut. Says rock crit Dr. Jeff Cowie: the “retro pop circa 1962 groove” licks are “good, catchy fun…reminiscent of the self-conscious pop of Matthew Sweet.” RK plays vindictive in “Your Ways,” exposing an erstwhile lover as a life-sucking poser. In a swirl of energy, the stinging lyrical putdowns highlight a vivid preoccupation with social hierarchy power trips. “Tomorrow’s Yesterday” preaches to a congregation of authenticity. With a generation in the balance, RK asks just “who’s to say those ripped jeans weren’t cut today?” The polished vocal prowess of RK’s charismatic rhythm guitarist on “Riley’s Theme,” offers us a taste of skillfully crafted vocal collaborations to come. This foot tapper provides an anthem to RK’s power to cut loose and monkey around. "Heyyyyyyyyyyy!” Rickenbacker chiming, with an explosive ring our zeitgeist takes shape in “Paper Me and Paper You.” RK spews liquid hot riffs, scissoring worries to tickertape. The dance is an identity creator in the same vein as Chubby’s Twist. The lustfully hopeful ditty “Love Me Too” and back road cruise “Things You Do To Me” round it out with explosive hooks and precise, inventive rhythmic punch. Reel Karma rings us a wakeup call with fresh, relevant, and tight inde rock n’ roll. You deserve to hear this EP. -Louis Burke IV "Offering up sharp verse, inventive hooks, and richly tuneful melodies, Reel Karma unwinds with a propulsive power that delivers the snap and crackle of pop, reminiscent of the British Invasion from the Kinks to the Kooks." Fri 5/29 The Lost Keys 7:00 pm $10 Fri 5/29 Sexy American Girlfriend, My Live All 80’s Karaoke 9:00 pm $10 Sexy American Girlfriend is New York's only all 80s live Karaoke act. We have served up the karaoke regularly around New York City's East Village and Lower East neighborhoods, and have helped many customers turn their birthdays and private functions into energized special events. Fri 5/29 Hot Lava 11:00 pm $25 Hot Lava’s molten musical interpretations of The Who, The Rolling Stones,The Replacements, Ryan Adams, and others have scalded hordes of fans from NYC to Amagansett. Said Rolling Stone Magazine of Hot Lava in May 2004: "With scorching sounds and blistering beats, Hot Lava has created the next great paradigm shift in music...music DE-volution. They are taking us back to a primordial state…when pure, searing sounds shot up from the core, pierced the mantle, and burst through the cold, indifferent crust...erupting in a primal exultation which screamed, 'back the f*ck off!' Well, back off for these guys. Because once the Lava gets flowing, there's no outrunning it." Sat 5/30 The Radiators 8:00 pm $80 all tickets There are very few things you can count on these days, but one thing is for sure, legendary New Orleans rockers The Radiators (still consisting of the same 5 original members) will be on the road playing to packed houses night after night just like they have for the past 31 years. Playing venues ranging from intimate clubs to large festivals The Rads have built up a dedicated fan base known as “fish heads” who turn out to hear the group’s marathon sets which feature new material, old favorites and eclectic cover versions. It’s a different show every night which is one of the reasons that “fish heads” have been known to follow the band from town to town. Following their annual closing set at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival the band will embark on an East Coast tour that will begin on May 21st in Fall River, MA and continue until May 31st with the closing set at Michael Arnone’s Crawfish Fest in Augusta NJ. The Rads are also scheduled to play two diverse festivals in early June. They’ll

do 2 shows at the Allman Bros. Wanee Festival in Live Oak, FL on June 4th &5th and they will also do a set at the Alexander City, AL Jazz Fest on June 12th. In addition the band is putting the finishing touches on a “new” CD actually recorded in the early 90’s titled The Lost Southlake Sessions. These recordings were unearthed when the band was going through their archives in preparation for last years’ 30th Anniversary Compilation, Wild & Free. The band felt so strong about these sessions that they’ve decided to release them to the general public. It features 6 songs that have never been officially released in any form by the band. The CD will be available beginning in late April at Jazzfest, the band’s shows and from www.theradiators.org. It will also be available at retail at the end of May. Sat 5/30 Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm $25 Alternative/Rock Band/Cover and originals.

June GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 6/6 Children’s Art Workshop with Artist Linda Capello 11:00 am – 12:00 pm $5 / $3 members Fri 6/12 Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano: Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams 8:00 pm $40 / $38 members Celebrating the inspiration, strength and wit of unique American songs! Accompanied by a bass player, Comstock and Fasano will perform songs by Laura Nyro, Richard Whiting, Harry Warren, Paul Simon, Arthur Schwartz, Dorothy Fields, Oscar Brown, Jr. and others. Sat 6/13 Opening of Four Exhibitions 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free Public Viewing Grace Hartigan: Survey; Taryn Simon: An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar; Dina Recanati: Sculpture; Artists by Artists. Please also consider joining us from 6-8 pm at a cocktail party to benefit Guild Hall at the home of Cheryl & Michael Minikes. Tickets are $100. Please call 631.324.0806 ext 13 to reserve your place. Sat 6/13 Teen Rock Night 7:00 pm $10 With special guests Philosophunk, Consent of Kings, and Rite of Way. Sun 6/14 Poetry Pairs: Diane Ackerman & Philip Appleman $5 / $3 members Sun 6/14 “On The Cusp” – Documentary Film 12:00 pm Over the 10-day period before the presidential election, 175 women were interviewed, from the different towns and villages of the East End, and from divergent backgrounds, age groups and professions to create a visual and audio document of this moment and what it meant to them. This film also represents and shows a renewed sense of community activism borne through the use of new media and the power of communication. This speaks to the our collective need to be part of a human experience to be shared together, and the evolutionary ways we are adapting to our social and cultural environment as impacted and defined by technology. This film can be an inspiration and be a model for other communities to explore and help define their own identities. Sat 6/20 Garden as Art: Sponsor Preview Reception at Martha Stewart’s Home 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm $1000 Garden Rose Sponsorship Guild Hall's 5th annual Garden as Art fundraising event will explore the relationship between artists of the East End and their gardens. The Garden as Art is not only a fantastic summer event, it is one which helps support Guild Hall programs year-round. This year we are offering our sponsors a very special opportunity: the pleasure of a preview reception in the spectacular rose garden of Martha Stewart’s East Hampton home. We hope you’ll join us! Over 400 people are expected to attend this year’s event. Please RSVP by contacting Melissa Erb at Guild Hall by calling 631 324-0806, or emailing daniellepr@guildhall.org for more information. We look forward to seeing you in the garden! Sun 6/21 A Staged Reading of “Visiting Mr. Green” by Jeff Baron starring Eli Wallach and Peter Sabri $30 / $28 members (includes post-show dessert reception and discussion with cast, playwright, and director) A comedy by Jeff Baron directed by James Larocca. Presented by Guild Hall in association with Playwrights’ Theatre of East Hampton. Includes a post-show dessert reception and discussion w/ cast, playwright and director. Eli Wallach revisits his role as the 86 year old widower Mr. Green. What starts off as a comedy about two people who resent being in the same room together develops into a gripping and poignant drama as family secrets are revealed and old wounds are opened. Fri 6/26 An Evening of Cabaret with Marilyn Maye 7:30 pm $450 (includes Private Dinner at Maidstone Tennis Club following performance, along with Orchestra Seating) The late Johnny Carson called her “Super Singer.” Ella Fitzgerald dubbed her “The greatest white female singer in the world” and the Smithsonian Institution chose her recording of “Too Late Now” for inclusion in its Best Performers of the Best Compositions of the 20th Century permanent collection, along with other greats such as Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland. Catch this living legend in a rare East Coast appearance. Contact the Development Office at 631.324.0806 for tickets. Sat 6/27 WordTheatre: Pushcart Press Prize Winning Stories Read by Stars of Stage and Screen 8:00 pm $100 /

$95 members (Orchestra Balance $45 / $43 members; Balcony $25 / $23 members) With Andrew McCarthy, Kate Burton, Sean Young, Samantha Mathis, Lynn Whitfield, Rae Dawn Chong, Richard Schiff and more scheduled to read. VIP Orchestra Seating includes Post-Show Garden Reception with the Stars. GUILD HALL Moran, Woodhouse and Spiga Galleries and Boots Lamb Education Center 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Museum Hours Thurs – Sat 11:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm 6/13 – 7/26 Taryn Simon: An Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar Simon documents subjects from a wide span of cultural sub-headings, including nature, science, government, and religion. Her photographs range from eccentric to haunting, from a copy of Playboy written in Braille to a portrait of a cancer ridden patient fighting for the right to end his life. She uses a large format view camera when conditions permit, and each of her compositions is accompanied by a text explaining subject and context. The relationship of word to image underscores Simon's dual role as voyeur and informant. Sat 6/13 Opening Reception for Taryn Simon 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm members / 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm public welcome Free 6/13 – 7/26 Grace Hartigan: A Survey Mikaela Sardo Lamarche, Guest Curator. Grace Hartigan’s remarkable career began in the 1950s as part of the Abstract Expressionist circle of artists, also known as The New York School. Shortly after her first solo exhibition in New York in 1951, her work was purchased by The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Art Institute of Chicago and The Corcoran Gallery, among others. She was the only woman artist included in the Museum of Modern Art’s pivotal exhibition Twelve Americans (1956) and its seminal show The New American Painting (1958) which toured eight European countries and established Abstract Expressionism as the dominant force in contemporary art. This exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue. Sat 6/13 Opening Reception Members Only Wine Reception 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm / Public Viewing 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free Sat 6/13 Dina Recanati Sculpture In The Frieda And Roy Furman Sculpture Garden An installation of four sculptures by internationally recognized artist Dina Recanati. who splits her time between New York and Israel has created both large public art pieces as well as intimate works. Her use of materials and forms are intimately entwined to produce works that are created from memories and experiences. Sun 6/14 Gallery Talk: “Grace Hartigan”; Mikaela Sardo Lemarche, Guest Curator 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Free with museum admission Gallery Talk: “Grace Hartigan” Mikaela Sardo Lamarche, Guest Curator, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Free with museum admission. Sun 6/14 Lecture and Book Signing: William T. LeMay: “The Journals of Grace Hartigan 1951-1955” 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Free with museum admission Lecture and Book signing: William T. LeMoy, “The Journals of Grace Hartigan - 1951-1955, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Free with museum admission. THE BAY STREET THEATRE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.9500 Our Town Series Thursdays at 4:00 pm Join Bay Street for some fun afternoons as Artistic Director Murphy Davis chats with some of the many interesting folks who live and work in our area. From screenwriters to architects, from book authors to producers--you'll be amazed at who we call neighbors! Subscription: $135 for all 9 chats! (25% savings over single ticket prices!) Single Tickets: $20 per chat. Call or stop by the Box Office today to purchase your tickets! 7259500. Thurs 6/11 Sybil Christopher, Founder – Bay Street Theatre You may know Sybil as one of the founders and the current Artistic Director of Bay Street Theatre, but before Bay Street she led an extraordinary life, sharing the town with some of the biggest names in theatre. Come hear her amazing stories! Thurs 6/18 James McMullan, Lincoln Center Illustrator Sag Harbor resident, James McMullan, is most notably known as the illustrator for all Lincoln Center theatrical posters and for his mural "Rehearsal Chairs" also at Lincoln Center. The author of 5 books, his 1976 New York Magazine cover inspired the imagery for the film Saturday Night Fever. Thurs 6/25 Ellen Adler, Artist and daughter of Stella Adler Ellen Adler, daughter of one of the greatest acting teachers in America, Stella Adler, will discuss the Adler theatrical dynastry dating back to the

early 1900's when 3 year old Stella graced the stage of her father's Yiddish Art Theater. The famous Stella Adler Studio of Acting is still in the family and run by Ellen's son Tom. THE BAY STREET THEATRE MAINSTAGE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 6/2 – 6/28 Bell, Book and Candle 7:00 pm $65 center / $55 side A magical brew that simmers as a Greenwich Village witch and a mid-western publisher put love to the test in this bewitching romantic comedy that asks the question "How much are you willing to change for the one you love?" THE BAY STREET THEATRE COMEDY CLUB Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Mon 6/8 Caroline Rhea 8:00 pm $60 Caroline Rhea returns to the Bay Street stage to kick-off the 2009 Comedy Club Series. Known for her roles on the WB's "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" and NBC's "The Biggest Loser", she is a renowned stand-up comedian and actress, who brings a fresh, smart and spontaneous approach to all of her work. Mon 6/15 Louie Anderson 8:00 pm $60 Two-time Emmy award winner Louie Anderson comes to Bay Street's stage this season! Louie is one of the country's most recognized comics and was named by Comedy Central as "One of the 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time". Known as the "clean" comedian, Louie has been featured in numerous movies and tv shows, even starring in his own CBS sitcom "The Louie Show". THE BAY STREET THEATRE SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Mon 6/22 Michael Feinstein 8:00 pm $100 For one night only join Michael Feinstein for a benefit performance! The Roddy McDowall Production Fund has been established to honor one of Bay Street Theatre's greatest friends. Proceeds will enhance Bay Street's productions on the Elaine Steinbeck Stage. This year marks the 25th anniversary of four time Grammy Nominee, Michael Feinstein's, professional debut. With 24 releases under his belt, Feinstein is arguably one of the world's most famous performers of the Great American Songbook. KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Dedicated to providing young people with intelligent, adventurous entertainment that nurtures the capacity for wonder, "KidStreet" features performances and presentations from the industry's most talented professional artists for young audiences. Learning powered, stimulating and FUN for the whole family!!! The Saturday Morning Picture Show 11:00 am $7 Bring the kids to Bay Street every Saturday morning at 11 am to watch classic family films on Bay Street's big screen! Sat 6/13 Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius Aliens abduct all adults; genius Jimmy and his friends build an interstellar spacefleet and rescue them. Sat 6/20 Wallace and Gromit in The Curse of the Wererabbit Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit, set out to discover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues their village and threatens the annual giant vegetable growing contest. Sat 6/27 Robots In a robot world, a young idealistic inventor travels to the big city to join his inspiration's company, only to find himself opposing its sinister new management. THE ROSS SCHOOL 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.907.5000 Sat 6/20 Sixth Annual Live at Club Starlight 6:30 pm $375 An evening of comedy, dinner and dancing. Featuring Seth Meyers of Saturday Night Live and other surprise guests. Honoring Martha Stewart. A benefit for Ross School Programs and Scholarships. Co-chairs: Georgia and Dr. Gerald Curatola, and Whitney and James Fairchild. Cocktails and Silent Auction 6:30 pm. Dinner 8:00 pm. Live Auction, Entertainment and Dancing. Kindly reply by June 12 to Jennifer Rockford at 631.907.5171 or jrockford@ross.org. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm Mon 6/1 First Monday Tour for Seniors 1:00 pm

Seniors enjoy free admission and a docent-led tour of the current exhibition the first Monday of each month. Light refreshments served. Free Admission Thurs 6/4 Parent Open House 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sat 6/13 and Sun 6/14 Landscape Pleasures 2009 $125 Parrish members / $175 nonmembers The Museum’s annual two-day horticulture event and fund-raiser. Join us for a Saturday morning of stimulating conversation and a Sunday afternoon tour of six extraordinary Southampton gardens. To purchase tickets or for additional information, call the Special Events office at 631.283.2118 ext. 33 or 42. Sat 6/13 Color Symposium 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Renowned landscape historian, author, and preservation consultant Judith Tankard discusses “Color in the Flower Garden.” Internationally acclaimed garden designer Dan Pearson reflects on “Color Moods.” World famous designers Isaac Mizrahi and Charlotte Moss engage in a lively conversation about “Color as Luxury and Instant Style.” Sun 6/14 Garden Tours 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Your exclusive entrée to the magnificent Southampton gardens of Bruce and Marie Bockmann, Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee Currey, Juergen and Anke Friedrich, Parker and Gail Gilbert, David and Simone Levinson, and Virgil and Betty Sherrill. Wed 6/24 An Evening at Wolffer Estate Vineyards 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $30 members / $40 nonmembers Now in its ninth year, An Evening at Wölffer Estate is taking place at the beautiful Tuscan-style Wölffer Estate Stables and Vineyard on Wednesday, June 24, from 6 to 8 pm. The evening will feature a live steel drum band, a spectacular selection of Wölffer wine and seasonal hors d’oeuvres, an exciting raffle, and, most important, the opportunity to make new relationships and business connections. Bethenny Frankel, star of The Housewives of New York City, Celebrity Chef, creator of the Skinnygirl Margarita, and author, will also be on hand to sign copies of her New York Times Best Seller Naturally Thin. Sat and Sun, 6/27 and 6/28 Bay Street at the Parrish: Master Guitar Class with G.E. Smith 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $300 for two-day workshop G.E. Smith was the lead guitarist for Hall and Oates, Musical Director of Saturday Night Live, lead guitar for Bob Dylan’s touring band, and has played guitar with everybody from Mick Jagger and David Bowie to Allen Ginsberg and Red Buttons. Don’t miss this special opportunity to study with the “modern master of the Telecaster.” To register, contact Bay Street Box Office. Class size is limited. For ages 16 and up. Sat 6/27 Lecture on Jean-Luc Mylayne by Terrie Sultan 6:00 pm Members free /$7 Non-members Museum Director Terrie Sultan will present an illustrated lecture, followed by a question and answer period with the artist. Seating is limited and advance reservations are required for the 6:00 pm discussion. Please call 631.283.2118, ext. 49 or email membership@parrishart.org to reserve your place. Sat 6/27 Opening Reception 7:00 pm Members free / $7 Non-members Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. The exhibit will be on view through 9/20. GLENN HOROWITZ BOOKSELLER 87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.5511 Mon thru Sat: 10am to 5pm; Sun: 12pm to 4pm Sat 6/20 Adam Bartos: Yard Sale - A New Book of Photographs Reception and Book Signing 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm With his new publication, Adam Bartos has taken a traditional summertime staple and created a fascinating commentary on Americana, and the relationship between the precious object and the ephemeral. His still- lifes of "chance meetings" find compositional catalysts in vacuum cleaners, and board games, portrayed with a mostly objective eye, only suggesting the smallest hint of their formal properties. A pair of weathered skateboards is silhouetted against black asphalt littered with grass clippings, a close-up of the shimmering coral-colored interior of a mid-century suitcase is boldy contrasted against a blue rhinestone and white linens; each image conjures up glimpse of someone else's lifestyle, a narrative of outgrown toys and discarded hobbies. Straying away from becoming nostalgic, Bartos's images read more like anthropological studies than a longing of obselete playthings. Photos from Yard Sale will be on exhibition during the reception and, beginning June 26th, as part of an exhibition at The Drawing Room. Sat 6/27 Bill Jacobson: Figures, Water, Land. 1989 – 2009 Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm This selection of photographs on view date from the end of the 1980s to the present and reflect Jacobson's enduring attachment to the theme of temporality in human experience. Using a diffusing lens to obscure the specificity of his subjects, he addresses an emotional, even spiritual experience of vision, gracefully disposing of the objective, documentary uses of photography in favor of subjective experience. Exhibit runs through Sunday, 8/2. Concurrently, John McWhinnie & Glenn Horowitz Bookseller at 36 Newtown Lane, East Hampton will present Bill Jacobson: Diana Pictures, an exhibition featuring a selection of vintage photos from the mid 70s made with a Diana camera. Jacobson used the popular and inexpensive camera to make moody black-and-white images draped in a rich tonality of shadow.

THE GALLERY SAG HARBOR 125 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.7707 Sat 6/27 Sag Harbor Art Tour and Silent Auction to benefit Save Sag Harbor 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm Rebecca Cooper of The Gallery Sag Harbor and Tulla Booth of Tulla Booth Gallery will host an art tour canvassing Sag Harbor on Saturday, June 27, followed by a silent auction to benefit Save Sag Harbor. All are welcome to attend the free walking art tour from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., which will start at the windmill on Long Wharf. The silent auction benefiting Save Sag Harbor will take place from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Christy’s Building Art Center. GRENNING GALLERY 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor NY 11963 725-8469 Summer Hours: Mon 10:00 am- 5:00 pm; Tues by appointment; Wed-Thurs 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; Fri-Sat 10:00 am – 10:00 pm; Sun 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm 6/27 Ben Fenske Recent Paintings Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Featuring recent paintings by Ben Fenske from his winter in Florence in addition to some new local landscapes. The exhibit hangs through July 26. We are pleased to invite you to our opening reception on Saturday, June 27, 2009, featuring new works by Sag Harbor part time resident Ben Fenske. Splitting his time between Sag Harbor and Florence Italy, Fenske's local and Tuscan landscapes will be on view with his fabulous interiors. Please join us from 6 pm to 8pm. SOLAR 44 Davids Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.907.8422 6/13 – 8/3 Mood Swings - Collector’s Choice: A Group Show selected by Irwin Levy Mood Swings reflects our perception of and reaction to all forms of stimuli. The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. United we stand, divided we fall. Yes, we can… From Celebration of Life to Darkness of Spirit and those points between. Mood Swings visits the place where invisible barriers cease to exist. Because we have a soul, the Mood Swings journey ends there. SPANIERMAN GALLERY AT EAST HAMPTON 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton NY 11937 631.329.9530 6/4 – 6/29 Four East End Artists Exhibition and Sale Carol Hunt, Fulvio Massi, Betty Parsons, and William Rayner. Opening reception Sat 6/6, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. SURFACE LIBRARY 845 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.291.9061 Gallery Hours: Thurs/Fri 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Sat/Sun 11:00 am – 7:00 pm; and by appointment “Sum of Parts” through 6/21 Sat 6/13 Mid-Show Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm 6/25 – 7/26 “Textures: Artists as Alchemists” by guest curator Lynn Dunham SURFACE LIBRARY Gallery will host "TEXTURES: Artists as Alchemists", an exhibition of artists who survey aesthetic significance from the unexpected. Guest curator Lynn Dunham of Art Rent & Lease has assembled a group of artists who find unexpected beauty in unusual textures. Participating artists include international and local artists whose work is currently on rotation with Art Rent and Lease - a cyber-gallery that rents, leases and sells fine art to business and residential clients, including eco-friendly Green Art. Lynn Dunham brings her unique art-acquiring concept to SURFACE LIBRARY in supportof emerging and established artists and to promote sustainable, green and environmentallyfriendly art. David M. Mitchell, Vincent Romaniello, Gregory Coates, Gabriel J. Shuldiner, Matushka,Roger Thomas Justice, Robert Brasher, Thomas Kurilla, Ron Lyons, Lori Glavin and Tanya Bell. Sat 6/27 Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 42 Gingerbread Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0362 SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Center for the Arts, 2 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11969 631.287.4377 Fri 6/5 Frank Anthone White Live with Music that Heals the Soul 7:00 pm Free Frank Anthone White, a Long Island native has wowed countless individuals with his musical abilities since the tender age of 4. Hearing melodious sonnets in the home was something that young Frank Anthone experienced everyday being the seed of musical parents. Being tutored in music by his parents Frank Anthone was first introduced to the stage when he began playing for the choir at his father’s church at the age of 8. Being gifted with the ability to play and then write music, at the age of 14 this young musical prodigy was asked by the “God Father of Gospel Music” The Late Rev Timothy Wright, to join his remnant of minstrels as a keyboard player. Sat 6/13 and Sun 6/14 A Dream For Peace – Music for Hope and Unity 7:00 pm Sat / 2:00 pm Sun $15 adults /

$12 children Southampton Cultural Center in collaboration with Sandcastle Productions presents A Dream for Peace, Music for Hope and Unity. Directed by Loreen Enright. Choreography by Elyse Madsen Curro. On June 13th and 14th our talented youth will be performing songs from our country as well as across the globe! They will sing, dance and warm your hearts while being accompanied by professional musicians. It will be great fun for family and friends and we hope to see you. Sat 6/20 Summer Concert by the Peconic Youth Orchestra 4:00 pm Free (donations welcome) Wed 6/24 Special Concert by the Peconic Youth Orchestra at Agawam Park 6:30 pm Free (donations welcome) Bring a blanket, beach chair and a picnic. Thurs 6/25 Flower Show 12:00 pm The Southampton Garden Club presents a special one-day Flower Show at SCC. Sat 6/27 Second Annual Roots Music Festival 7:00 pm $25 Enjoy an evening of outstanding Roots music at the 2nd Annual Roots Festival, featuring The Kennedys, Caroline Doctorow, Barbara Lamb. Reservations at 631.687.9040. THE LONG ISLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION Watermill Community Center Route 27A, Water Mill, NY (the first building on the right after the Windmill) Maxine 725-9321 (1st Saturdays) Sat 6/6 Contradance 8:00 pm- 11:00 pm $14/$7 students, under 16 with parent. Do I need to know the dances ahead of time? NO. All dances are taught right there as we do them. Do I need to have a partner? NO. Singles are welcome, and so are couples, families, and groups of friends. Do I need dancing shoes? NO. Soft soled shoes are highly recommended because they will be easy on your feet and easy on our floors. Are there lessons for beginners? YES. Arrive early and be ready to dance at 7:45 for a lesson. Are refreshments available? YES - because we bring them to share with each other. Please consider bringing an item to share at our refreshment table. There is also water to keep you hydrated and dancing. THE PLAYHOUSE 64 Huntting Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.604.2852 The Playhouse Project brings distinguished conductors and renowned classical musicians to Long Island's East End to inspire, educate and illuminate some of our community's talented young musicians. Participating youngsters are invited to spend a full day working in our annual Master Class with conductor Geoffrey Simon. Sat 6/13 The 5th Annual Playhouse Project Benefit Concert 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $125 The Benefit Concert is an annual event celebrating both the talents of our young award winners as well as world-class musicians performing for one evening at the Playhouse Project. And on Saturday, June 13th, from 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm, please join us for an Open Choral/Orchestral Workshop with Maestro Geoffrey Simon and the spectacular choral ensemble, Anonymous 4. The workshop is Free and open to the public. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 76 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.0402 SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SAG HARBOR, NY 11963 631.725.0011 MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

742 Montauk Highway, Montauk, NY 631.668.2428

EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion 17 Meeting House Lane (631) 283-2494 Sat 6/13 Spring Historic House & Garden Tour 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm (House Tour); 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Garden Tour) $275 Attend a house tour given by the owner of a newly restored home on Hill Street and then join us for a Champagne Reception in the magnificent gardens of a nearby estate. The owners of these two very private residences have been made available to the Southampton Historical Museum to help us fund for a Capital Campaign to help us restore the 1680 Halsey House and 1738 Sayre Barn. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see two very special Southampton properties.

THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island 749-0740 THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM welcomes young musicians of rare and special talent into a richly supportive musical community. Through intensive summer programs, year-round mentoring, and on occasion, an international study/performance tour, the program offers unparalleled musical training for students, ages 12 to 30, who play the violin, viola, cello, bass and piano. With a faculty led by Itzhak Perlman and comprising some of the most gifted musical minds of our time, the Program offers an artistic and personal experience that changes students' lives forever. "I think many young musicians have talent that is not nurtured, simply because they are in the wrong atmosphere." Itzhak Perlman Concerts held at Shelter Island Campus unless otherwise noted. Schedule is subject to change, so please call 631-749-0740 to confirm on the day of the performance. Fri 6/19 Annual Faculty Concert, Shelter Island Campus Sat 6/27 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm The Works in Progress concerts play an important role in the Summer Music School at The Perlman Music Program. These informal concerts give students the opportunity to perform and polish pieces they are currently studying with PMP faculty and provide students with a supportive and nurturing environment where they are free to take artistic risks without feeling the pressure associated with a formal recital. These concerts are free and open to the public. No ticket required. Located at the Shelter Island Campus of The Perlman Music Program, 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island. For more information, please visit: www.perlmanmusicprogram.org. SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-1088 WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill, NY 631.726.4625 Museum Hours: Thursdays through Mondays, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm; Sunday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm 6/18 – 7/13 17th Annual Water Mil Museum Members Art Exhibition 6/19 – 7/13 Celadon Exhibit: Functional Art Sat 6/21 Brunch Reception 11:00 am Annual Museum Members Art Exhibition & Celadon Functional Art. LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Rd. East Hampton, NY 631.329.3568 Open to the public and members Wednesdays and Saturdays 4/26 - 10/11 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm. New Extended Hours: July and August ONLY open 4 days per week - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Thurs 6/11 Plein Air Painting at Longhouse Reserve 10:00 am – 3:00 pm $72 members of EEAC / $80 nonmembers Instructor: Elizabeth Graef. Students will meet at Longhouse to paint and explore solutions to artistic challenges. At the end of the day there will be a group critique of the work accomplished. Participants should bring a bag lunch, beverage, easel and painting media of choice. Wed 6/17 LongHouse Reserve Second Annual Student Art Show 4:00 pm The Call for Student Work will showcase the best work submitted by the Hampton’s East End students inspired by class visits to LongHouse Reserve over the course of the 2008-2009 school year. Students whose work is selected will be honored at the celebration where winning entries will be displayed, read and performed. Student’s works will be showcased in the LHR Summer Newsletter and published in July along with included on the LHR website. Sat 6/27 Planters: On and Off the Ground – An Invitational Garden Container Exhibit 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm $20 / $10 LHR members Elizabeth Lear, Chair; Jane Iselin, Barbara Press, Tish Rehill, Co-Chairs; and LHR Garden Committee invite you to Planters: On & Off the Grounds, an invitational garden container exhibit. 6:00 pm Blue Ribbon presentations by P. Allen Smith. Reception to follow. BRIDGE GARDENS 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.7440 Hours through 9/7: Wed & Thurs 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm; Fri 12:00 pm - dusk; Sat 10:00 am – 5:00 pm; Sun 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Admission $10 adults / $20 family (up to 4) A unique botanical garden in the heart of Bridgehampton, NY, Bridge Gardens was donated to the Peconic Land Trust in the fall of 2008 by founders and gardeners Jim Kilpatric and Harry Neyens. Kilpatric and Neyens began designing and installing the gardens in 1988, and over the ensuing 20 years created a wonderful oasis that covers five acres and includes many specimens of trees, hedgerow, flowers and herbs. Bridge Gardens is now a stewardship project of the Peconic Land Trust.

Wed 6/24 Growing and Using Medicinal Herbs 10:00 am – 11:30 am $5 Come to beautiful Bridge Gardens, be inspired by the lush herb garden, and explore the varied medicinal uses of herbs! Learn from Donna Penney, a certified aromatherapist and member of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy, United Plant Savers, and The Herb Society of America, of the amazing abilities of some familiar and not-so-familiar plants. Discussion will include energetics, ancient use, and folklore, as well as current remedies and "how-tos."$5/person, program will be held in the garden, so feel free to bring a mat or folding chair. SPRINGS PRESBYTARIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 Crossroads Coffeehouse Support Local Music ! ASHAWAGH HALL 780S Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 SOUTHAMPTON ARTISTS ASSOCIATION Mattituck, NY 298-1078 SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER , Levitas Center For The Arts, 2 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11969 631.287.4377 Art Exhibits Ongoing art exhibits are on view at the Levitas Center for the Arts. Contact SCC for the latest exhibits. 6/5 – 11 Felicitas Wetters “Works of Art on Paper: - Etchings, Lithographs, Collages, Photography 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Reception Sat 6/6 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm 6/13 – 6/28 Heinrich Denke “Unorte – A Different View of Paris” 17TH ANNUAL HAMPTON’S SPRING GARDEN ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-0333 22ND ANNUAL HISTORIC MULFORD FARM ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE James Lane at Montauk Highway East Hampton ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton, NY 631. 283.0774 Sat 6/27 Planters: On and Off the Ground – An Invitational Garden Container Exhibit 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm $20 / $10 LHR members Elizabeth Lear, Chair; Jane Iselin, Barbara Press, Tish Rehill, Co-Chairs; and LHR Garden Committee invite you to Planters: On & Off the Grounds, an invitational garden container exhibit. 6:00 pm Blue Ribbon presentations by P. Allen Smith. Reception to follow. JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.9858 Sun 6/7 Peter Sichel At The JCOH 4:00 pm Free From Nazi Germany to East Hampton: Peter Sichel recounts his spine-tingling journey at the JCOH on June 7. Peter M. Sichel, a German-born, Jewish 20 year-old and captain in the U.S. OSS running intelligence agents into Germany during WWII. He will recount his spine-tingling journey growing up in Nazi Germany, as apprentice in the family wine business in Bordeaux in 1939 to the day of the arrival of the Germans in 1940 and his flight over the Pyrenees and ultimately to America in 1941. His talk will be on June 7, at 4 p.m. at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, one of the many programs of the Summer Institute 2009 during the Jubilee 50th year. Reception follows. The free event is open to everyone. Sat 6/27 Talk on Faith and Doubt: Wendy Zierler 10:00 am Free "Doubt" provokes talk on doubt and faith on June 27 at JCOH. Is there a place for doubt in religion? Using clips from the movie, “Doubt,” in which Meryl Streep as a nun wrestles with suspicion and doubts about a priest’s pedophilia, Dr. Wendy Zierler, associate professor of modern Jewish literature and feminist studies, and scholar in residence at The Jewish Center of the Hamptons, provokes a discussion about faith and doubt. Shabbat services on “D’var Torah: Superwoman: Reconsidering ‘Eishet Hayil’ (Woman of Valor) Proverbs 31,” and on June 27 Torah study following 10 a.m. services. It would be helpful to have seen “Doubt,” although not necessary. All are welcome. JCOH, 44 Woods Lane,

East Hampton, 324-9858; www.jcoh.org. AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY 215 Main Street, Amagansett NY 631.267.3810 Sat 6/6 Reading by Best Selling Mystery Writer Vince Lardo 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Free Vince will talk about the joys and misery of mystery writing and the dubious rewards of achieving every mystery writer's goal, "a series." Vince will also read "Winter in a Summer Town" which appeared in the East Hampton Star (January 29 and February 5, 2009). But there's a twist. He's also going to ask the audience to suggest plots for the sequel, Summer in a Summer Town. How many mystery enthusiasts will envision the fate of the star-crossed lovers? Any would-be writers who want more time to work up a plot before the event can stop by the Library and pick up a copy of the original story at the Circulation Desk. Sat 6/13 A Conversation with Susan Gold 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Susan Gold will discuss her memoir, The Eyes Are The Same. Written with poetic gift, it is a devastating account of her personal experiences during the Holocaust. Having struggled to transcend the catastrophe of her own youth, she has found meaningful ways to address the ongoing and seemingly endless refrain of bitterness, hatred and violence in the world. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 6/6 James Monaco 6:00 pm Sag Harbor writer James Monaco discusses the latest edition of his acclaimed book “How to Read a Film: Movies, Media, Multimedia,” published by Oxford University Press. Fri 6/12 Carol Sherman 6:00 pm Poet Carol Sherman reads from San Miguel Sketches. Sun 6/14 Diane Ackerman and Phillip Appleman 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Diane Ackerman and Phillip Appleman read poetry at Guild Hall in East Hampton (158 Main Street, East Hampton). Fri 6/19 Roisin Bateman: New Works on Paper 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Reception for artist Roisin Bateman’s exhibition of abstract landscape collage paintings in Canio’s gallery. Exhibit runs from 6/18 – 7/16. Sat 6/20 Historian Stan Pugliese 6:00 pm Historian Stan Pugliese discusses “Bitter Spring,” his biography of Italian novelist Ignazio Silone. Fri 6/26 Novelist Brooks Hansen 6:00 pm Novelist Brooks Hansen reads from “John the Baptizer,” a work of historical fiction. Sat 6/27 Mystery writer Chris Knopf 6:00 pm Mystery writer Chris Knopf reads from his latest, “Hard Stop.” BOOKHAMPTON 41 Main Street, East Hampton; 91 Main Street, Southampton; 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor; Amagansett Square,154 Main Street, Amagansett 267-5405 Sat 6/13 Paula Froelich 5:00 pm East Hampton The New York Post’s own Page Six editor, Paula Froelich, has a new book: “Mercury in Retrograde.” Three great women living in SoHo, and coming together at one life-changing turn, provides one of the summer's best on-the- beach and off the beach reads! Join us for a reading, conversation and refreshments. Sat 6/20 Dan Rattiner 5:00 pm Amagansett Free Local legend Dan Rattiner reading and signing his new book, “One Year on the Hampton Subway.” Sat 6/27 Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus 8:00 pm East Hampton Free Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus, bestselling authors of “The Nanny Diaries,” reading and signing their new book, “The Real Deal.” Sun 6/28 Jodi Della Femina 1:00 pm Amagansett Free Jodi Della Femina, creator of the acclaimed “Jodi’s Short Cuts,” reading and signing her new novel, “By Invitation Only.” HARPER’S BOOKS 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11737 631. 324.1131 Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by appointment. Sat 6/6 Matt Weber Photography Exhibit Opening 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Harper's Books is pleased to announce its second exhibition with New York photographer Matt Weber. For over 20 years Weber has prowled the streets of the city in search of the next great shot. He has become a cult figure among New York City photographers and collectors, having produced an unrivaled contemporary document of an ever changing New York, while cultivating an instantly recognizable aesthetic that places

him among the most important image makers of our time. While our first show was a retrospective of Weber's now iconic New York images, this exhibition will focus on a single subject: the reaction of New Yorkers to the election of Barack Obama as President of the United States. Weber's shots of Election Night jubilation in Times Square capture the catharsis of a city, while his photographs, taken on Election Day and during the inauguration, provide a telling narrative amid the outpouring of raw emotion. To celebrate the exhibition, Harper's Books will co-publish a book of Weber's Obama images, available as a limited edition of only 150 copies. Our collaborator on this project, Sanctuary Books of New York City, was the publisher of Weber's 2004 monograph, "The Urban Prisoner," and is currently producing a documentary film on Weber's life and work. For further information, contact Harper Levine or Kirsten Iverson at 631-324-1131, or mail@harpersbooks.com. The exhibit runs through August 7th. THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 FRIDAY AT THE MOVIES JJML’s popular Friday at the Movies series is shown on a large screen in the library’s third-floor rotunda. Seating is limited, so please arrive by 6:00 pm. No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free. Fri 6/12 In Love We Trust 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Free A divorced couple learns that the only way to save their little daughter Hehe, who suffers from a blood disease, is to have another child. Now both remarried, Mei Zhu and Xiao Lu are forced to test their love and commitment to one another by putting their current relationships in danger. It is a story of parenthood, love, married, life, betrayal, trust, and giving. MONTAUK LIBRARY 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668 3377 Sun 6/28 Concert by Anne Cavolo Tedesco, Classical Pianist 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm Anne Cavolo Tedesco, a native of Long Island, earned her Bachelor of Music degree, cum laude, from the Crane School of Music (SUNY Potsdam) where she studied with Frank Iogha. Having been awarded a scholarship, earned her Master’s in Piano Performance from the Manhattan School of Music where she was a student of Zenon Fishbein. Tedesco made her Carnegie Hall debut in December 1981, which the New York Times praised for her languid tone and intelligent punctuation. As Adjunct Professor of Music at St. John’s University, she has taught music history, theory, classical piano,and fine arts since 1982. In addition, she maintains an intense schedule of recitals, adjudications and lectures in the New York metropolitan area and offers private instruction at her studio. Year-round residents of Malverne, Tedesco and her husband own a second home in Montauk. SPRINGS PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 SAG HARBOR FARMER'S MARKET on Bay Street in Sag Harbor, in the parking area by Marine Park. Saturdays June through October 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Browse a wide range of products from East End farmers, fishermen and artisans, including organic fruits and vegetables, breads and pastries, honey, cheeses, jams & jellies, seafood, and much more! LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 Come join us Saturdays at the Cookshop, Main Street, Bridgehampton, for free cooking demonstrations featuring the TurboChef High Speed Oven. Noon – 2:00 pm. Sat 6/13 Gougeres (French Cheese Puffs) in the TurboChef High Speed Oven Sat 6/20 TurboChef Roasting demo with Mark Sanne Sat 6/27 TurboChef Fruit Dessert demo with Mark Sanne WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.3040 TECHNIQUE CLASSES Free Please join us for a new series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our technique classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by culinary experts and featuring cuisines from around the world, classes include demonstrations and samples of prepared dishes as well as printed recipes you can take home. Join us for the entire series or choose your favorite

individual classes. Class size is limited, and classes tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space today. Tues 6/2 Simple Knife Sharpening 11:00 am Thurs 6/4 Summer Tools 11:00 am Fri 6/5 Spice Up Grilled Vegetables 11:00 am Sat 6/6 Ice Cream Made Easy 11:00 am Sun 6/7 All About Ice Cream 11:00 am Nothing says summer more than a bowl of homemade ice cream. We’ll show you how easy it is to make delicious ice cream at home. You’ll learn some creative combinations that incorporate fresh summer fruits into your frozen treats. Tues 6/9 Versatile Tools 11:00 am Thurs 6/11 Summer Sliders 11:00 am Fri 6/12 Best Burgers 11:00 am Sat 6/13 Great Grilling Tools 11:00 am Sun 6/14 Tool Time for Dad 11:00 am Just in time for Father’s Day, this class showcases our favorite new tools for summer cooking. We’ll demonstrate how these specialized kitchen gadgets streamline seasonal preparation. Tues 6/16 Ultimate Coffee Machines 11:00 am Thurs 6/18 Grilling Essentials 11:00 am Fri 6/19 Easy Summer Grilling 11:00 am Sat 6/20 Favorite Father’s Day Gifts 11:00 am Tues 6/23 Simple Summer Desserts 11:00 am Thurs 6/25 Easy Ice Cream 11:00 am Fri 6/26 Classic Salads 11:00 am Sat 6/27 Special Event: Taste the Best of Summer 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Join us for a special tasting event to celebrate summer! Enjoy hourly demonstrations of our latest summer products for seasonal cooking and entertaining, and sample our favorite new summer flavors, including cool drinks, zesty barbecue sauces and our exclusive line of specialty foods from chef Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc restaurant.There is no need to register in advance for this event. Feel free to join us at any time for Taste the Best of Summer. Sun 6/28 All American Summer 11:00 am Get ready for your Fourth of July celebration with this class devoted to barbecue favorites. Learn the difference between barbecuing and grilling, and how to create slow-cooked smoky flavor with ease. COOKING CLASSES AT WILLIAMS SONOMA Tuesdays MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 PECONIC LAND TRUST 296 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11969 631.283.3195 Sat 6/13 Plein Air Peconic Exhibition and Reception – Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm The beautiful images created by the 12 talented artists of "Plein Air Peconic" have arrived in East Hampton! Come to the Clinton Academy, constructed in 1874 as one of the first academies recognized by the Board of Regents, to view this beautiful exhibition and meet the artists. Enjoy the historic atmosphere while you indulge in a glass of wine and examine the latest collection of paintings and photographs depicting many of the sites conserved with the help of the Trust. Participating artists include: Casey Chalem Anderson, Susan D'Alessio, Terry Elkins, Aubrey Grainger, Gail Kern, Michele Margit, Gordon Matheson, Joanne Rosko, Eileen Dawn Skretch, Tom Steele, Kathryn Szoka and Ellen Watson. Exhibition on display June 12 through July 6. Sat 6/20 Paint-Out with the Artists of Plein Air Peconic – Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Come and observe the artists of "Plein Air Peconic" as they recreate "en plein air" the beautiful gardens of the Clinton Academy. Several artists will be on-site all day working at their easels, or with camera lens in hand, to capture the color and ambiance of this historic place. Visitors are encouraged to view the exhibit of their work as part of the traveling exhibition of "Plein Air Peconic," on display at the Clinton Academy from June 12 through July 6. All work in the exhibition is for sale, and a portion of all sales will be donated to the Peconic Land Trust. Sat 6/20 Container Gardening Workshop – North Fork Stewardship Center, 22600 Main Road, Cutchogue 1:00

pm – 3:00 pm $35 materials fee Do you want to add a splash of color to your garden? Do you need ideas on how to combine unusual flowers and interesting foliage to create an eye-catching patio planter? Then come to the Trust's Stewardship Center and meet Heather Jarski of Landcraft Environments for a fun and creative hands-on workshop! Heather will bring a variety of plant material and fertile potting soil to ensure summer-long beauty to your creation. All you need is your own 18" patio pot, and your enthusiasm! Materials fee of $35/container, program limited to first 25 registrants, so call today! Program co-sponsored by Peconic Land Trust and the Long Island Farm Bureau. In the event of rain, we will move inside the barn. Sat 6/27 13th Annual Farm Breakfast – Quail Hill Farm, Deep Lane, Amagansett, NY 8:00 am – 9:30 am $10 adult / $5 child Don't miss this annual rite of summer at the farm! The tradition continues with a wonderful breakfast featuring early harvest items made into delicious herbed scrambled eggs, pancakes, strawberry-rhubarb preserve, and other delectable treats. Bring your blanket, and plan to meet your friends and neighbors for a relaxing and enjoyable morning in the orchard! Reservations suggested, call today! Rain date is July 11. Tues 6/30 The Intersection of Art, Land Conservation and History in Our Community – Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton 4:30 pm Land conservation serves many purposes, but foremost is the preservation of place, the historic quality of a community that would be lost if development were to move forward without proper planning. This capturing of the history of a place can also be found in the work of the "Plein Air Peconic" artists as they visit sites conserved with the help of the Trust, and create works of art "en plein air." Please join us as we explore this interesting topic at a roundtable discussion, to be moderated by the Clinton Academy's Richard Baron, with participation by artists Casey Chalem Anderson, Kathryn Szoka and Eileen Dawn Skretch, and the Trust's John v.H. Halsey. Reception to follow. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 5379735 Reservations are required for all events. Call (631) 537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child (3-12 years of age). Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Sat 6/6 Salamander Seining and Some Frogs, Too! Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. Many salamanders breed in the water, and here's your chance to see the larval aquatic stage of the endangered Eastern Tiger Salamander before it comes on land to live. You'll also see some of our local frog tadpoles, as Andy Sabin, "Mr. Salamander" and SoFo Board president, using a seining net - a large two-person fishing net with weights at the lower edge and floats at the top - wades into a freshwater pond and brings to the surface the pond-life stages of these young animals, members of the Class Amphibia. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child ages three to 12, two and under free. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Sat 6/13 Moths by the Light of the Moon Program Leader: Hugh McGuinness. This is an unusual opportunity to study night-flying moths found near a salt marsh. Join Hugh McGuinness, a science teacher at the Ross School in East Hampton and consulting entomologist for The Nature Conservancy, as he sets up lights and "sugar" trees to attract and study some of our most interesting Lepidoptera. Children over the age of 12 may attend. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Nonmembers are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child ages three to 12, two and under free. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. Sat 6/27 Breeding Warblers Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Thirteen species of warblers have been recorded as breeders on Long Island; nine are confirmed breeders in one area in Montauk. Joe, experienced birder and delightful teacher, will lead you on a search to find these active small songbirds and with luck you will hear them singing and possibly see them carrying food to their nest. Children over the age of 12 may attend. Reservations are required for all events. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-members are charged $7 per adult, $5 per child for ages three to 12, two and under free. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. Fri 6/5 Attention Nature Lovers: Horseshoe Crab Exploration 7:30 pm During the full and new moons in late spring, horseshoe crabs come ashore to mate. Their activity provides hungry shore birds with abundant food. The horseshoe crabs’ "blue blood" has saved many lives and is a much sort after research subject in medicine. Tentative meeting spot: Sammy's Beach Parking Lot. However; this is subject to change depending on locating mating horseshoe crabs preparing to come ashore. .Please

contact the leaders for precise meeting place, which may not be decided until late afternoon! Leaders: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 or Jerry M. (Dr.) Brown (631) 329-9414. Sat 6/6 The Walking Dunes Hike Front and Back (3.5 mi) 10:00 am Inspiration for this hike comes from the recent publication of a beautiful book on the Walking Dunes by EHTPS members Mike Bottini and Ruth Formanek. See from both sides how nature has formed and moved these dunes and continues to do so. Meet at the end of Napeague Harbor Rd (not Napeague Meadow Rd) about one mile north of Rt. 27 in Napeague. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127. Wed 6/10 Lady Slipper Hike (2 – 3 mi) 10:00 am To guarantee seeing the beautiful pink lady’s-slipper orchid, the hike leader will have us meet at his own natural garden. He assures us, without doubt, we will see many of these beauties. How can we resist? Meet at the intersection of Hands Creek Rd and Oak View Highway in East Hampton. Leader: Lee Dion (631) 375-2339. Sat 6/13 Picturesque North Fork Bike Ride with a “To The Farm” (20 mi) 9:00 am We intend to visit an innovative gourmet farm in Southold and then continue the ride through the most beautiful roads on the East End. Meet at the North Ferry Terminal, Shelter Island. Please have bikes in good working order. Helmets are required. Meet at Ashawagh Hall on Springs Fireplace Road between Parsons Place and Old Stone Highway in Springs. Please RSVP. Leaders: Lois Peltz and Jerry Brown (631) 329-9414. Sat 6/13 Springs Hike/Moveable Feast (2 mi) 10:00 am Hikers will explore local trails in the Springs Woodblock area. We will return to the home of Mitzi and Perry Pazer for post-hike refreshments. Meet at 130 Talmadge Farm Lane off Springs Fireplace, about ½ mile past the intersection of Old Stone Highway (Ashawagh Hall) on the left. Leader: Gene Makl (631) 324-8662 Sun 6/14 Northwest Path 20th Anniversary (10 – 12 mi) 10:00 am In January 1989 the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society opened its first “greenbelt” trail, the Northwest Path. Many more miles of trails have been opened to the public since, but the Northwest Path famed for its White Pine Forest is still a beauty! Rescheduled from January due to ground conditions, this hike is out and back at a moderate to brisk pace. Bring snacks and water. Meet at the parking area on Rt. 114 just south of Edwards Hole Road. Leader: Rick Whalen (631) 267-6608. Wed 6/17 Point Woods Trail (3 mi) 10:00 am Walk along trails lined with large beech, tupelo, American Holly, Oak and Black Birch trees to the bluffs overlooking the Atlantic – you’ll come back invigorated and refreshed. On the return we will pass the historic Battery 113 in Camp Hero. Meet on Camp Hero Rd. off Route 27 in Montauk, about a mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093. Sat 6/20 Paumanok Path #5 (8.5 mi) 9:00 am This is the 5th and last hike in the East Hampton Paumanok Path series and is an exact reprise of the same hike on the 1998 inaugural walk of this historic trail. It features stunning water views of Oyster Pond, Block Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Meet in Montauk at the municipal parking lot across Rt 27 from Second House and Kirk’s Park and adjacent to the IGA parking lot in downtown Montauk. Bring water and snacks. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 631.324.1127. Sat 6/20 Amagansett Fresh Pond (4 mi) 10:00 am The leaders will point out several historic sites along this scenic trail. The hike will include some road walking, and, if weather permits, a beach walk along the bay. Hikers may have to remove shoes to cross a small inlet at the end of the hike. Meet at Fresh Pond parking lot at the end of Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett. Leaders: Valerie King and David Jones (631) 267-3024 Sat 6/20 Garden Conservancy Bike Ride (10 – 15 mi) 10:00 am Visit two open gardens in the Springs and another in East Hampton. Each garden visit is five dollars, however there is a fifty percent discount if the tickets are reserved in advance. Please have bikes in good working order. Helmets are required. Call for details and reservations. Leader: Burton Greenhouse (631) 668-6995. Wed 6/24 Inland Treasures (3.5 mi) 10:00 am On this easy hike, we’ll visit two of East Hampton’s finest inland natural wonders: the majestic White Pine Forest, and bucolic Chatfield’s Hole. Meet at the intersection of Old Northwest Rd. and Northwest Rd. Leader: Jim Zajac (631) 324-2425 or (212) 769-4311. Sat 6/27 Ocean View Trail (3 mi) 10:00 am This moderate-paced hike will take us past Fresh Pond in Hither Woods and along a seldom traversed, somewhat hilly trail that offers glimpses of the ocean at the highest point. Meet at Hither Hills West Overlook on Rt 27, about 1 mile east of the Old Montauk Highway fork. Leader: Eva Moore (631) 238-5134 Sat 6/27 Three Mile Harbor Roundabout / Kayaking 10:00 am Starting from the northwest corner, paddling counter clockwise we will explore the entire coastline of this beautiful harbor, so named by the early

settlers because it is 3 miles from the center of East Hampton village. Because of the possibility of heavy boat traffic this trip is not recommended for beginners. Meet at the launching ramp in Settler’s Landing at the end of Hands Creek Rd. Life vests are mandatory. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127. Sun 6/28 Fresh Pond and Beyond (5 mi) 10:00 am We’ll hike the Paumanok Path and along the way we’ll see the impressive Nomincks, walk along part of Fresh Pond and finally enjoy a beautiful bay view. We’ll return on the same route as we hikes in on. Meet on Napeague Harbor Rd., North of Rt. 27 about ¼ mile over the RR tracks. Inclement weather or excessive heat could cancel. Leader: Judy Kossover (631) 237-6747 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sun., June 1-Crooked Pond Walk-Around. 9AM-11AM. Meet at Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center, 1061 Bridgehampton Tpk. Long driveway to Center is 100 yards north of Scuttlehole Road on east side. 3 miles. Tony Garro, 725-5861. Sat 6/6 Water/Woods/Vineyard Bike Tour 9:00 am – 11:30 am Meet at the windmill on Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. Ride 15 miles of back roads from Sag Harbor to Sagaponack. Helmets please. Tony Garro, 725-5861. Sun 6/7 Whiskey Hill 8:00 am – 9:00 am Meet at the end of Mill Rd. (off Lopers Path), Bridgehampton. Fast pace, 2 miles, ocean views. Dai Dayton, 745-0689. Thurs 6/11 – Mon 6/15 Greg Eliel Horsemanship Clinic Greg Eliel (http://www.gregeliel.com/) will be in the area for several days helping horses and their humans in every discipline, background and riding level improve performance and relationships, on the ground, in the arena, on the trails, by developing confidence, skill and better communication. Greg can help you improve in the show ring, spook-proof your horse, and anything in between. His teaching is designed to give you the awareness, understanding, and skills to become the partner your horse has been waiting for. Contact Mercedes Olivieri at Topping Riding Club at 631-537-0948 or nifunifa@mac.com for more information and to reserve a spot in a clinic or arrange a private lesson. Sat 6/13 Anna & Daniel Mulvihill Preserve 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Sag Harbor Industries (opposite Verizon) on Bridgehampton Tpke. 4 miles, moderate hike, some hills. Joe Lane, 725-3942. Sun 6/14 Barcelona Neck 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Sag Harbor Golf Club parking lot (off Rte. 114), Sag Harbor. 4 miles, brisk pace. Chip Dineen, Cell 646-221-8225. Sat 6/20 Laurel Valley (4 mi, some hills) 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Laurel should be in full bloom. Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac. Glorian Berk 283.2638. Sat 6/20 Horses on Trails Ride 10:00 am Ride through beautiful Barrel Hill. See Split Rock. Meet at Clearview Farm, Southampton, and be up and ready by 10:00 am. Vanessa Mothes and Mariah Lawrence will lead us on this beautiful trail. As for all HOT events, must be a member for insurance purposes and it’s easy to join day of ride. Helmets required on HOT sponsored rides. For more information and reservation, call Barbara Bornstein 537.6188. Sun 6/21 Long Pond Greenbelt (5 mi) 9:00 am – 11:30 am Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. Pond views. Bob Wolfram 725.4237. Sun 6/21 Manorville Hills 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Meet at the parking lot of C.R. 111, 2.5 miles north of Rte. 27 (exit 62). Two hilly miles of Pine Barrens. Tom Stock 727.5250. Sun 6/21 Narrow Lane Cleanup 8:00 am – 9:00 am Help clean our adopted road. Meet at Narrow & Norris Lanes, Bridgehampton. Bring gloves and wear tick repellant. Dai Dayton 745.0689. Sat 6/27 Poxabogue/Sagg Swamp (3 mi) 10:00 am – 11:30 am Meet at Poxabogue County Park on Old Farm Rd., Sagaponack. Sue Ken Bieger 282.5432. Sun 6/28 Barrel Hill (4 mi) 9:00 am – 11:00 am Meet at Edge of Woods Road (where power lines cross), Southampton. Beautiful hills. Susan Colledge 283.0071. GROUP FOR THE EASTEND 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Unless indicated, GSF’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Mon 6/1 Monsell Trail Clean-Up III (Greenport) 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

That’s right! The first Monday of each month we are rolling up our sleeves and cleaning up the shores of Silver Lake in order to make way for trails linking the Greenport waterfront to Long Island Sound. With the help of Mayor Nyce and the Village Highway Department we have already removed couches, tires, batteries, trash, scrap metal and televisions. We have received grant funding to create walking and bike trails, educational signs and restore the native habitat, but first we have to remove the illegal dumping. Join us, around the corner from the Greenport School. Collection bags are provided. Please bring gloves. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-7656450 ext. 209 or jsamuelson@eastendenvironment.org. Thurs 6/4 Arshamomaque Preserve Hike (Southold) 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Stressed out from a hard day at the office or school? Join us for an evening walk through one of Southold’s most ecologically diverse preserves. Once farmland, this preserve boasts exceptional scenic and biological resources including the rare swamp cottonwood forest. The Preserve is located off Chapel Lane in Greenport. For reservations or more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-765-6450 ext. 211 or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org . Sat 6/27 Late Afternoon Paddle on Hallock Bay (Orient) 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm Bordered to the south by 363 acres of protected land in Orient Beach State Park, Hallock’s Bay provides a peaceful kayaking experience with many chances to view wildlife and take in the scenery. Bring a snack, a pair of binoculars, and some friends for this serene Saturday afternoon paddle. We will launch from the parking area at the bend in Narrow River Road in Orient. A limited number of boat rentals will be available through Bayview Tours (http://www.eaglesneck.com/tours.htm), but please reserve ahead of time. For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island 749-1001 Edged in white by 10 miles of coastline, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island is considered one of the richest habitats in the Northeast. Just 90 miles from New York City, the preserve covers a third of the island with 2,039 acres of interlacing tidal creeks, mature oak woodlands, fields, and freshwater marshes and is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Peconic." All programs require pre-registration. Call the Mashomack Preserve office at (631) 749-1001 for reservations, meeting place, and further information. Events are free to members of The Nature Conservancy, $4 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. THE GARDEN CONSERVANCY 11 Old Postal Road, Cold Spring, NY 10516 1.888.842.2442 Sat 6/20 Suffolk County Open Day Villa des Amis, 1428 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton, NY 10:00 am – 4:00 pm A former potato field has been transformed into a house and garden by the owner, who designed both in 1987. Built for family and friends, it has a relaxed air and transports the visitor to Tuscany. From the blue gates, walk past olive trees on one side of the drive and apple trees on the other. Take the steps down to a sunken tennis court bordered by an arbor with climbing roses and trumpet vine. The front steps lead to a veranda. Walk around the brick way to the center courtyard and discover a pool, rose garden, and wisteria arbor. Explore a series of garden rooms with a reflecting pool, stone statuary, a labyrinth, and finally, a walled garden and art studio. Margaret Kerr, 1006 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 10:00 am – 2:00 pm The garden, designed by Kerr, surrounds the house and studios on two acres that extend down to the wetlands of Accabonack Harbor. Kerr’s brick rug sculptures, inspired by tribal Middle Eastern carpets, are placed throughout the garden. One, a brick prayer rug, lies in a contemplative glade below her studio. Kerr collects plants grown in the Middle Ages in a courtyard around a fountain and lily pool highlighted with espaliered pear trees. In the spring, drifts of thousands of daffodils bloom in the fields around the house and are left unmown until late fall. Native grasses and wildflowers make islands of meadow during the summer. Carol Mercer, 33 Ocean Avenue, East Hampton, NY 10:00 am – 4:00 pm An undeniable partnering of pattern, movement, and color makes this garden glow and come alive. Mercer and her partner, Lisa Verderosa, have a thriving garden design business called the Secret Garden, Ltd.; they received accolades for the design of the roof garden at the 2003 Kips Bay Designer Showhouse in New York City. Previous years’ recognition includes the Gate House Gardens at the 2003 Villa Maria Designer Showhouse, Water Mill, New York and gold medal awards at several of the New York City flower shows. The garden was a cover story in Garden Design magazine, and appeared in House Beautiful, Garden Style, Victoria, Martha Stewart Living, Design Times, and Oprah’s O at Home magazines, as well as in Seaside Gardening, The Garden Design Book, Sanctuary: Gardening for the Soul, The Natural Shade Garden, Landscape with Roses, Garden Stone, Hot Plants for Cool Climates, and most recently, in Cottage Gardens. It was also featured in Newsday in 1999 and appeared in the Time/Life book series, Beds & Borders, Gardening Weekends, and Shade Gardening. Richard Kahn and Elaine Peterson, 224 West Lake Drive, Montauk, NY 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Originally landscaped in 1931 soon after the house was completed, this garden had withstood a multitude of nor’easters and hurricanes as well as alternating periods of attention and neglect before we started slowly to leave our own imprint in 1977. Situated on the Montauk peninsula

where it is surrounded by an endless expanse of water and sky, the property is protected by the original non-native plantings of oak, silver maple, and privet, which buffer the gardens on all sides except the east, which faces Lake Montauk. This protective enclosure within an often inhospitable, very exposed geography, gives the place its alluring lushness and is a delight to those who first (or repeatedly) enter here from outside. It gives the illusion of total retreat, peace, and safety while still holding onto some of the romance and mystery of former days. Throughout the gardens we have tried to allow space for quiet observation and contemplation, space which shelters one from the nearby sounds of neighbors and traffic. We have encouraged the local bird and insect populations by growing what they like and not using poisons, and they have rewarded us, filling the air with their sounds and movements. We have indulged a love of trees and shrubs by planting a great variety of them. An ongoing exploration of perennials and bulbs is pursued as different appropriate settings for them appear. Herb and vegetable gardens extend the repertoire. Garden design and materials are determined by the persistent challenges of heavy wind and salt spray. HAMPTONS HOME & GARDEN SHOW 605 County Road 39, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.5505 Sun 6/7 Green Sunday 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm “Green Lecture Series” presented by Hamptons Green Alliance, sponsored by Hamptons.com. Being Green, An Introduction to the HGA house ; Lessons Learned in Designing a Green House ; Adopting, Planning, and Integrating Green Technology in Today’s Homes; Realizing the Benefits of Today’s Insulation; Solar Energy - The Realities of installing your Photovoltaic System; Understanding Geothermal Heating/Cooling-From the Ground Up; The Real Benefits of Installing Electronic Controls; Practical Water Conservation Tips and Tricks; Secrets to Effective Organic Gardening and Tree Care; Calculating your Carbon Footprint. MAIN BEACH SURF AND SPORT 352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott, NY 11975 631.537.2716 Fri 6/12 Steve Walden Board Review And Demo 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Check it out! Steve Walden will be at the shop on Friday, June 12th for an afternoon review of his latest shapes and designs. Conditions permitting we will hit a local break for a free board demo session in the late afternoon! All weekend long on June 12th, 13th and 14th we will offer special deals on all Walden surf boards and SUPs. Sat 6/27 Jimmy Lewis Stand Up Paddleboard Tour and Demo 11:00 am Join Main Beach and the Jimmy Lewis Rep for a great tour and surf session. We will start the day with a flat water tour and end the day with a fun surf session at a local beach break.We will meet at the Main Beach Store in the Wainscott Village at 11am. GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM Sound Avenue, Aquebogue NY 631-680-1699 Sun 6/14 Storytelling Concert with Heather Forest 3:00 pm $5 person / $10 family of four Heather Forest's imaginative storytelling program features musical folktales from around the world, sung and told with lively audience participation, colorful characters and original folk music. Her lyrical, minstrel style of storytelling interweaves original music, poetry, prose, and the sung and spoken word. SIGN UP NOW, call 722-8777, email info@gardenofevefarm.com, pay at the door. Sat 6/20 Beyond Basil – Pesto and Pasta Exploration! 11:00 am – 1:00 pm $25 person Fresh pasta is one of the easiest things to make at home, and once you have tasted the difference you will never go back! We will get creative with pesto using our organic spring greens that we’ll pick ourselves on the farm during class. By the end of class we will have eaten the product of our explorations, and have some to each take home. Recipes we’ll be making will include• Arugula & Ricotta Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Sage•Fresh Spinach Fettuccini• Sugar Snap or Snow Pea and Mint Pesto • Sweet Marjoram and Basil Pesto• Toasted Sunflower Seed and Parsley Pesto. ONE OCEAN YOGA CENTER 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton 537-5522 Sun 6/28 One Ocean Yoga Fitness Open House 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Gyrotonic, Pilates Tower Class, Pilates Mat, Core Sculpt, The Hampton Workout, The Goddess Workout and Physique 57, what does all this mean? Just the most comprehensive fitness classes in the Hamptons under one barn roof! Come try out our extensive fitness offerings at One Ocean Yoga Center! Different fitness options to jazz up your routine! THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 MONTAUK MARINE BASIN 426 West Lake Dr. Montauk 668-5900 LONG ISLAND TRADITIONS, INC. 516-767-8803

CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold 765-2626 Every Saturday from Sunset ‘til midnight, weather permitting, Custer staff will be on hand to assist you in observing the night sky using Custer's telescopes, and to answer your questions about astronomy and the organization itself. The Darkest Skies of any Observatory on Long Island! Fri 6/5 Open Mic Night: First Friday of Every Month! 7:00 pm – 10 pm Free (although any donation to help support our programs would be appreciated) Interested in becoming a performer? This is a great opportunity for all you musicians, comics, poets, magicians and storytellers to let loose and get experience in front of a live audience. Everyone else: come and see the stars of tomorrow! Hosted by talented singer and songwriter, Liza Coppola. Sat 6/20 Classical Concert: The East End Brass Ensemble 8:00 pm $13 members / $15 non-members / $8 students This popular North Fork ensemble--made up of the slide trombone, French horn, trumpet, and tuba--will perform a selection of unique pieces from their classical repertoire. COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-335 EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 6/6 Cemetery Tour with Hugh King 10:00 am – 11:00 am $10 Meet at the Mulford Farm Gate at 10am, rain or shine. Admission $10. Reservations requested: 631-324-6850. Sat 6/6 East Hampton Historical Society Cocktail Party hosted by Ina Garten 6:00 pm East Hampton Historical Society Cocktail Party, hosted by Ina Garten. Please call 631.324.6850 for ticket status and information. 6/12 – 7/6 The Plein Air Peconic Traveling Exhibition for the Peconic Land Trust Plein Air Peconic, a collaborative of twelve painters and photographers, have curated this exhibition of landscape paintings and photographs that focus on Peconic Land Trust preserved sites on the East End. Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. Sat 6/13 Opening Reception for “The Plein Air Peconic Traveling Exhibition” 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sat 6/13 Cemetery Tour with Hugh King 10:00 am $10 Join Town Crier Hugh King on a tour through East Hampton’s famous coffin-shaped cemetery, the Burying Ground. Meet at the Mulford Farm Gate, 10 James Lane, East Hampton, rain or shine. Saturdays, June 13 & July 4, 10am. Reservations required. Sat 6/13 Muskets, Militia and More… A Revolutionary Idea! 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Mulford Farm Museum, 10 James Lane, East Hampton. March with the 3rd NY Regiment, Brigade of the American Revolution. Learn about colonial-era food, medicine and fashion through historic re-enactors in a revolutionary encampment. Enjoy games, crafts, music and refreshments. Free admission. For more information please call (631) 324-6850. Sat 6/20 Main Street Architectural History Walk 10:00 am $5 (Reservations required) Director Richard Barons takes a look at 18th and 19th century domestic architecture during a ramble of Main Street around Town Pond. Tour begins at Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-8250 It started with a dream: To create a magical and inviting place for young people that would stir their curiosity and imagination. In this quickly moving world of technology, children’s museums give families an opportunity to slow down and actively share in their children’s growth. These wonderful places of discovery are designed to provide interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create a lifelong love of selfdirected learning. Interactive exhibits will be both permanent and rotating. The permanent exhibit will focus on what makes the East End a special place, with an emphasis on the people and living creatures that inhabit it. Themes include agriculture, fishing, world celebrations, and community. In addition to the indoor activities, visitors will be encouraged to explore outdoor exhibits, mazes and gardens. Plans include space for year-round workshops, performances, and special events, as well as a permanent art workshop for children to explore their own creativity. Reservations required unless otherwise specified. CMEE Museum Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sat: 9 am-6 pm; Friday is late night at CMEE: 9 am-7:30 pm; Sun: 10 am-6 pm; Closed on Tuesdays Admission: Under 1 year old: FREE; 12 and under: $5.00; Teens and Grownups: $7.00; Senior Grownups: $5.00 YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN ADVANCE

Pizza Pajama Party $12 for Non-Members The last Friday of every month, head over to CMEE for a Pizza Party, Pajama Night. Give the kids a quick bath, brush their teeth, and put them in their PJs for a night of fun. 6:00 pm Pizza Is Served 6:30 pm Reading GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE 725-4193

Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor

DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Summer/Fall Business Hours (May – Dec): Mon – Fri, 11:00 am – 5:30 pm; Sat 11:00 am – 6:00 pm; Sun 11:30 am – 6:00 pm Thurs 6/4 Piano Tasting 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Free Castello di Borghese will once again host Piano Tasting presented by Frank and Camille's Pianos June 4th-8th in the Main Gallery. Friday, June 6 at 10:30 a.m. and Saturday, June 7 at 3:30 p.m. are reserved for student recitals and the public is welcome at all other times. Come experience and play many pianos from grand to upright from the Frank and Camille's Piano Collection. Free event. Contact Information: Ann Marie Borghese 631-734-5111or info@castellodiborghese.com. Sat 6/6 Borghese Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Winery. Call make make reservations, or online at www.BorgheseVineyard.com. Sun 6/7 Borghese Book Chats facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. 12:30 pm $20 Join us on the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an in-depth chat about one of the many great books of today. Our chats will be facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. Professor of Literature at S.U.N.Y., Nassau Community College. Sunday’s discussion will be about Those Who Save Us, by Jenna Blum. Arrive early and indulge in a glass of Borghese wine, while mingling with other book lovers until the chat begins at 1pm. Reservations preferred. $20 includes a glass of wine, cheese and crackers. Package special: all six sessions for $100. Sun 6/14 Jazz Convergence Quartet – Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Jazz Convergence Quartet - Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet, features Neil Ralph on keyboards, with very special guests Bryan Campbell, guitar and John Soldo, drums. Together they bring to bear more than a century of combined yet widely diverse musical expression in a varied and eclectic performance. On a given afternoon their repertoire may take you from Bach to Bacharach to Bebop, from samba to straight ahead jazz. Thurs 6/25 Local Bounty Luncheon with Sang Lee Farms 11:30 am $55 Join Ann Marie Borghese of Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Karen Lee of Sang Lee Farms for cooking demonstrations, wine pairing suggestions, lunch and wine tastings. Ann Marie and Karen will meet you at the Sang Lee Farms farm stand kitchen and together they will create The Local Bounty Luncheon. Cost is $55 per person includes class, luncheon and wine tasting. For reservations call 631-734-7001. Class starts promptly at 11:30 a.m. Thurs 6/25 Sera Romana – An Evening in Rome 7:00 pm $25/person An evening in Rome, hosted by Marco & Ann Marie Borghese at La Cuvee Bistro and Wine Bar. Three seatings 5pm, 7pm, & 9pm - $25 per person - Does not include beverages, gratuity or tax. Flight Tasting of three Borghese wines Sera Romana dinner is perfectly accompanied by this pairing of three Borghese wines of your choice $20 per person. For reservation please call 631-477-0066 or visit www.thegreenporter.com/bistro.html. LaCuvee Bistro and Wine Bar is located at 326 Front Street in Greenport, NY. DUCKWALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & DUCK WALK NORTH Main Road, Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 Sat 6/20 The Opera of The Hamptons Presents “Tosca” 7:00 pm Duck Walk North The Opera of the Hamptons returns with Puccini’s classic “Tosca.” Tickets and information at www.Operaofthehamptons.com. JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport 722-5256 Thurs 6/4 North Fork Green Drinks 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $8

You are invited to attend the first North Fork Green Drinks to benefit the local schoolyard garden projects of the East End Chapter of Slow Food. Appetizers by Matt Murphy. Jedediah Hawkins Inn & Restaurant, Jamesport. Cash bar – Wine, Beer, Jamesport Oyster Raw Bar. Raffle to win “Wine Camp” weekend to benefit the Viticulture Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension. RSVP 631.721.1908. Green Drinks is coming to the North Fork. Green Drinks is a worldwide networking event that is held monthly in over 500 cities. It brings together folks that work on or are learning about Clean Tech, Renewable Energy, Efficiency, Non Toxic Living, Sustainability and the Environment. By attending the North Fork Green Drinks you'll find opportunities to get to know environmental businesspeople, professionals, advocates, officials, educators and people just interested in learning from all over Long Island. Come share your experiences, converse, collaborate, discuss, grow and have a really good time. Sun 6/21 Father’s Day Pinot Noir Release Join us this Fathers Day as we release our 2006 Pinot Noir. The Oyster Bar will be open!!! All dads get a free glass of Merlot or Chardonnay !!! See you then !!! Sun 6/28 Wine, Beer and Oyster Festival with Blue Point Brewery 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm Free If you like high quality wine, premium micro-brews and fresh oysters and clams, then there is only one place to be this Sunday. Come on out to Jamesport Vineyards to enjoy all of the above while listening to the rockin' music of Reckoning. The event starts at Noon and ends at 5:30pm. Come early to get a good spot. You are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Wine, Beer, Oysters & Clams will be available to purchase. No outside alcohol is permitted in. THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Main Road, Peconic, NY 631.734.6010 Tasting Room open daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Sat 6/6 or Sun 6/7 Winemaker for an Afternoon 11:00 am – 1:30 pm $60 / $25 Lenz subscribers The first event had such a long waiting list, we just couldn't force you to wait a whole year for the event to happen again! What you get to do: taste tank and barrel samples of the 2008 wines. Then winemaker, Eric Fry, explains the basics of blending before letting you loose to create your own blends. The evening finishes with a rare tasting of our 1993, 1994 & 1997 merlots. Call or email the Lenz Tasting Room for more information: 631.734.6010 Sat 6/20 & Sun 6/21 Cuvee & Strawberries All Day $10 / $5 Lenz subscribers In honor of the Strawberry Festival, Lenz will be offering a special pairing: a glass of our 2002 Cuvee & a cup of local strawberries from Latham's Farm Stand. Sat 6/20 Cuvee Vertical Tasting 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $50 / $25 Lenz subscribers Taste the 1996 RD, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 & upcoming 2003 Cuvee. The 1996 RD & 2003 vintages are not ready for release yet; so, winemaker Eric Fry, will need to disgorge these wines before we taste them. Disgorgement is the process by which the lees (yeast cells) are removed. The bottles are first riddled to move the lees to the neck of the bottle. Then the bottles are put in a glycol bath to create a small ice cube that encapsulates the lees. The cap is removed and the pressure from the bubbles in the sparkling wine shoots out the little ice cube. The sparkling wine is then ready for dosage and corking. Also Sun 6/21 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm. Sun 6/21 Yappy Hour – Happy Hour with a Bark! 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $10 donation to North Fork Animal Welfare League (includes a complimentary wine tasting) Yappy Hour is a fundraiser for the North Fork Animal Welfare League. Rebecca Dosch, owner of Dogtown, will set up a mini-activity center for your dogs to enjoy. She's also bringing a selection of gourmet doggie treats. The latest edition of Winery Dogs will be on sale featuring Lenz puppies -- Bryn & Bella. Lenz Subscribers: As Subscribers taste for free, we will reward your donation with a complimentary glass of any Estate Flight wine. LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 Sat 6/7 Wine Club Spring Event: Bridge Lane, BBQ, and Blues (Rain Date - Sunday, June 8th) 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Sat 6/28 Platinum Wine Club Spring Event: Local North Fork Sushi and Wine Pairing 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm LONG ISLAND MEADERY 1347 Lincoln Avenue Suite 11 Holbrook NY 11741 285-7469 Have you ever heard of mead? Have you ever tried mead? Maybe you tried mead while visiting Europe or at a medieval festival? Have you been told that mead was like beer, a beer with honey or even a wine with honey? Mead has some similarities to these beverages, but it is so much more it deserves its own category. Mead is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of honey as its primary sugar source and is often referred to as honey wine. Being made from honey, one would naturally expect it to be very sweet and although it usually is, it can actually range from dry to very sweet. Mead is usually still, though it can be made sparkling and can range from a mild low alcoholic content up to very high. Mead

is arguably the oldest alcoholic beverage on the planet with some evidence dating it back approximately 10,000 years. Due to many different cultural and financial reasons, mead has fallen out of favor over the many years and now we call it the 'oldest alcoholic beverage no one has ever heard of.' A far cry from its hey day when it was referred to as the 'Nectar of the Gods.' Mead can be produced in many variations including a plain honey wine (traditional - honey only), flavored with fruit (melomel), spices (metheglin), vegetables, or any combination of ingredients limited only by the imagination of the wine maker and the resources he has at hand. Mon - Thurs by Appointment Only, Fri 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave Mattituck 298-0100 Macari Vineyards, located on the North Fork of Eastern Long Island in Mattituck, is owned and operated by the Macari Family. The business is led by owners Joseph Macari Sr. and his wife, Katherine, and Joseph Macari Jr., who is at the helm of the winery with his wife, Alexandra. Though Macari Vineyards was established in 1995, the Macari Family has owned the 500 acre waterfront estate for nearly 50 years. In this time, they have been careful environmental stewards of the land. What were once potato fields and farmland has become a vineyard of 180 acres of vines with additional fields of compost, farmland, and a home to cows, goats, Sicilian donkeys and ducks. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901 631.298.0075 Open Year Round: Mon, Wed-Fri 11:00 am – 5:00 pm; Tues 11:00 am – 11:00 pm; Sat 11:00 am – 7:00 pm; Sun 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Pack a Picnic & Spend the Day With Us - Martha Clara Vineyards offers A Heated Pavilion - Award-Winning Wines By The Glass - Events All Year Long - Ample Seating - The Friendliest Staff on the North Fork. Sat 6/6 Wine and Cheese Benefit 7:30 pm $50 Benefit for the Long Island Science Center; Wine tasting, Gourment Cheese Buffet, Live Music, Gift Basket Auction, $50 per person. For tickets and information call 631-208-2995 or visit www.lisciencecenter.org. Sat 6/6 Make-A-Wish Foundation presents The Long Island Comedy Festival 8:00 pm $35 Please call to reserve your tickets at 631 585 9474 x21. Special Performances by Paul Anthony, Carie Karavas and Keith Anthony. Proceeds to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Fri 6/12 First Annual Building on Tradition Campaign Gala 7:00 pm $75 Live Musical Perfomances, Auction, 50/50 Raffle and more. Please RSVP by June 1st. For more info 917 334 6639. Sat 6/13 Live Music – Alan St. Jon (Rock/Pop) 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sat 6/20 Captive Cuisine: Summertime Grillin’ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm $40/person Wine & Food pairing with Pete Ambrose of Food for Forks. Rain or shine. RSVP by Thurs 6/18. Sat 6/20 East End Arts Council Casino Night 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm $75 (includes $100 in gambling chips) Special Feature: Artist’s door auction - a silent auction of uniquely crafted interior doors by Laura Benjamin, Allison Berman, Alan Bull, Bryan Gutman, Maggie Kritsberg, Bryan Landsberg, Hallie Monroe, Richard Mizdal, Ruth Nasca & Jennifer Ribbe. Sun 6/21 Father’s Day Sports Exhibition and Sale 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free Many sports related items will be available. Bring your sports memorabilia in for appraisal! Featured sports artist Angelo Marino will be on hand to sign and personalize his work. Book signing with Rudy Saviano, the author of “The Deal Is On Strike Three.” Purchase of the book also gets a free raffle entry for a print of a vintage baseball scene. Sat 6/27 Live Music with Kevin G/Babylon Music (Rock/Pop) 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sun 6/28 Live Music: Stealing Lucidity (Rock/Pop) 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold, NY 11971 631.765.0004 Regular Hours: Thurs – Mon 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Saturdays Sustainable Agriculture Tour 11:30 am $10 For those who are more interested in an agricultural experience, come learn about a practice which has been used for centuries. Join us in the vineyard, as we give a general overview of sustainable and practices that our farm uses. Price per person is $10.00 Tour lasts for about 1 1/2 hours and includes a taste of four wines. Sundays Historical Tour 1:30 pm $10 Experience the history of this farm, unchanged for over 150 years, with the owner Chris Baiz. Stroll down the farm road to the private end of this old estate. There you will see the Old Park Hotel (now the family's private home) and enjoy the magnificent Bay views. On the business end of the property you will tour the dairy barn turned wine cellar, see the 1850's ice house and the old Tavern building (now Perry's home), along with the property's wonderful specimen trees. Price per person is $10.00. Tour is about 1 1/2 hours and includes a tasting of four wines

PALMER VINEYARDS 5120 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901 631.722.9463 PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Saturdays & Sundays Memorial Day Weekend through October Live Music on the Pavilion 1:00 pm -5:00 pm Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy live music overlooking the vineyard. Weather permitting. Pavilion Closes at 6:00 pm. By law, only Pindar Vineyards wines can be consumed on the property. Tours of the Winery Complimentary winery tours will be given Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Sat 6/6 East End Hospice Annual Pig Roast Saturday, June 6th on the Pindar Pavilion. The official kick-off of the Pindar season, the East End Hospice Pig Roast if an afternoon of fun for the whole family. Tickets sell out quickly. contact eeh.org for info on tickets, or how you or your organization can help with this event. Sat 6/13 & Sun 6/14 Pindar Green Tour & Barrel Tasting 12:00 pm $15 / $10 wine club members Join vineyard manager Pindar Damianos & winemaker Les Howard for our green tasting & tour. Tour includes overview of green initiatives in the vineyard, exclusive tour of Pindar winemaking facilities and new energy saving devices utilized in our wine production process. Tour also includes barrel tasting in our Barrel facility, and ends with a full tasting in the tasting room. Live music on the Pavilion. Admission includes tour and tastings, as well as a complimentary reusable Pindar wine tote. Please reserve at 631.734.6200 ext. 104. THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic 765-6404 Open Friday – Sunday 11 am - 6 pm The Tasting Room is your place to taste wines from some of the North Fork of Long Island's most recognized producers of limited production, hand-crafted wines! The Tasting Room, operated by Theresa Dilworth of Comtesse Thérèse, is also the tasting room for Diliberto Winery, Schneider Vineyards, Sherwood House Vineyards and Ternhaven Cellars. VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 Open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. We are always proud to present Wine Country's “LITTLE CIGAR FACTORY"! Hand rolled cigars, personalized humidors and cigar boxes. WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Year-Round Enjoy a glass of wine and meet new people or old friends. Cheese and crackers are being served and guests listen to live music in a fun, "meet and greet" atmosphere. Reservations are not required. No cover charge. $5.00 per glass on selected wines. MUSE RESTAURANT 760 Montauk Highway, Water Mill Commons, Water Mill, NY 631.726.2606 Live Entertainment On Thursdays With Steve Fredricks From 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Wed 6/10 The “Off To The Side But Not Forgotten” Cooking Class 6:30 pm Spicy Kim Chee Slaw, Grilled Potato and Fennel Salad, 10 Bean Salad, and, for a treat, Grilled Honey BBQ’d Homemade Bacon. And of course the Open Wine Bar during the class. Call for reservations: 631.726.2606. Tues 6/16 Sake Dinner – Nei How 7:00 pm $75/person Four courses for $75/person. American food with Japanese drinks. Taste the best sakes and of course Chef Matthew’s Food. Call for reservations: 631.726.2606. TURTLE CROSSING 221 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.7166 Employee Night Every Thursday at the Bar 5:00 pm Specials for Employee Night include $3 drafts, $6 frozen margaritas, and $6 glasses of house wine. Complimentary snacks will be served at the bar such as quesadillas, corn fritters, BBQ chicken wings and more.

SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 THE MONTAUK YACHT CLUB & RESORT 32 Star Island Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.3100 6/12 – 6/14 Grand Reopening and 80th Anniversary Celebration Fri 6/12 Brooklyn Brewery BBQ Bash 7:00 pm $25/person (not including beverages) Sat 6/13 Swinging Saturday Family Funday and Burger Bash hosted by Katie Lee Joel on the Great Lawn: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm $30 adult / $15 Child (food and beverages) Bootleggers Happy Hour at the Barracuda Bar 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Roaring Twenties Anniversary Bash on the Great Lawn 8:00 pm – 12:00 am $50/person (dinner only) / $85/person (dinner and open bar) Sun 6/14 Super Sunday Southern Coastal Sunday Brunch 10:00 am – 2:00 pam $25.95 per adult / $12.95 per child (not including beverages) WOODSTOCK 40TH ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE Southampton High School, Narrow Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.537.3008 Studio 3 Presents Days Of Peace And Dance, including modern, lyrical, ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop.Reserved seating is $16, and general admission is $15. Saturday, June 6 at 4 p.m., and Sunday, June 7 at 1 p.m. CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF SAG HARBOR Corner Of East Union And Hampton Streets, Sag Harbor, NY Sun 6/7 – Tues 11/30 Hal McKusick Jazz Quartet 2:00 pm $25 / students $15 in advance The Sunday Series of Christ Episcopal Church of Sag Harbor presents famed jazzman Hal McKusick and three of the top jazz cats in the world in concert. Come celebrate Hal's 85th magical year with us. Tickets go on sale May 15 at Canio's Books, 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Tickets are $25 (students $15 in advance). Benefits the C.E.C. Pipe Organ Restoration Fund. If tickets remain, ALL tickets are $30 day of show/no student discount day of show. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Tue 6/2 Industry Release Party with Creamsicles and Heartless 10:00 pm $10 Wed 6/3 Shari Pine 9:00 pm $10 If ever a singer could bring Joplin and Streisand to mind in the same note, Shari Pine does. Throw in Soul reminiscent of Aretha and stoke the fire: this one is going to be hot. Backed by NYC’s “smokin’est” musicians (remember Full Tilt Boogie), Shari’s trademark sound delivers traditional and contemporary Blues with a pop vibe á la Rickie Lee Jones; and some pleasure trips into Stax. She’s got this intensity and control that continue to grab the attention of audiences and a jaded music industry, heralding the arrival of an artist with real staying power. In a sea of one-hit wonders Pine stands out as something rare and real, a victory for everyone searching for a music oasis in an arid teen-pop wasteland. Thurs 6/4 Hank Porter & CA3 with Debbie Cosgrove 8:00 pm $10 The Carlos Allende' Trio (CA3) is a unique party band from Long Island, New York. Founded in 2002 the band has become known for playing marothon sets of up tp 7 hours. With an ever growing repitiore of more than 6,000 covers ranging from swing era classics to modern top 40 pop and country as well as hundreds of original songs the band is spontaneous and about one thing, fun. CA3 is not a concert band but a party band. We are not about sitting and listening. We are about interaction, dancing, singing and encourage maximum audience participation. We prefer the intimate setting of playing in bars rather than a concert stage. Led by country music session guitarist Hank Porter, the trio features local New York professionals Jeff Phillips on bass and Dave Cobb on drums. Debbie Cosgrove who was the lead singer for Europa, the R&B band founded by Porter in the late 70's has graced the stage often with the trio and is a featured guest performer at many shows. Fri 6/5 Dan Aslin 8:00 pm $10 Fri 6/5 Rubix Cube 11:00 pm $25 FLASHBACK: THE EIGHTIES---a totally awesome time when people were "Workin' For the Weekend" and parachute pant-clad dudes donned their "Sunglasses At Night." It was a wicked cool time when valley girls wore mini-skirts and legwarmers while they "Walked Like An Egyptian." The EIGHTIES . . . when "Video Killed the Radio Star!" FLASHFORWARD: 2008---Six experienced and professional musicians, tired of hearing inferior cover bands murder the music from one of their favorite decades, put together an '80s band, dubbed appropriately enough: RUBIX KUBE. Immediately from their very first gig in 2007, RUBIX KUBE has been wowing audiences all over New York City and the surrounding boroughs, as well as upstate New York and all over New England. With a strong and energetic male AND female lead singer,

along with four polished musicians, RUBIX KUBE is able to crank out upbeat pop and rock hit songs from the '80s--and perform them EXACTLY LIKE THE ORIGINALS, both musically and vocally, with so much charisma and electricity, the crowd will bust more moves than a Rubik's Cube itself! Like---TOTALLY! RUBIX KUBE looks, feels and sounds all ‘80s. With an ever-growing song list, this authentic cover band tirelessly serves up the “eightiest of the ‘80s” as they transport you back in time. RUBIX KUBE IS your '80s party. Sat 6/6 PT Walkley 8:00 pm $10 Sat 6/6 Winston Irie 11:00 pm $25 Winston (Irie) Sumner had a childhood filled with the love music from his mother Stella Crowther Sumner and grand aunt Jany Morgan who inspired him. Winston sung at a variety of talent shows and other programs in his hometown blessed with those inspirations. He was inspired by R&B, Rock and artists such as Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Gladys Knight, Jim Reeves, Bob Andy, Dobby Dobson, Daddy U Roy, Jimmy Cliff, Toots & the Maytals and the great Bob Marley. In 1979 Winston migrated to North America and settled with his family in Brooklyn, New York. After observing different artists and DJ styles, Winston formulated his unique style of singing. He appears at live stage shows, free styling and showing his national ability to deliver various song styles and vocal ranges, allowing him to gain a huge fan base wherever he performs. Winston's first recording was in 1983. "Tribute to Ironman", a record produced by Albert Punch a/k/a Punchie on the Omniscope label, "Slave Driver & Sometime Feelings" were later released on 12 inch vinyl for the Phantom label, followed up by another single "Jah Vibes" in the midnineties for Quality Time Records. This single drew attention of DJs and club promoters. These releases received good airplay on many AM & FM radio stations. As a singer on the reggae scene, Winston has performed at numerous benefit functions for a variety of different causes. Events such as AIDS/HIV, Children, Cancer, and Educational Research. He often has to juggle his time to perform with his own band Selective Security, The Hot Heads, High Fashion Rockers, Thunder Bolt HiFi, Natural Sound and his buddy Saxemillion,. There are many others, but they are too numerous to mention. The urban group The Hot Heads got wind of Winston Irie's unique vocal style and asked him to join the group as Co-Lead vocalist with Michael Reiss; after finishing the first CD Urban Dwelling, the label Flip Records signed the Hot Heads in 1995. Together they completed 3 CDs, Urban Dwelling, World Wide Vibe and the 1997 release "Land Mines". The track "Slide" from the Urban Dwelling CD was featured on the HBO series The Sopranos. This talented man serves the heartbeat of the drum and bass flavored with the musical essence of sound and words, which is the front line of music called reggae. Winston has shared the bill and jammed with other great artists such as Lenny Kravitz, Martha Reeves, Richie Havens, A Tribe Called Quest, Paul Schaeffer and R&B greats The Drifters. In the reggae world he has opened for Jimmy Cliff, Joseph Hill (Culture), King Yellowman, Third World, Steel Pulse, Toots & the Maytals. Winston Irie is phenomenal in his own right. Look ahead for he is on his way! The long awaited CD Orthodoxy is now available; stay tuned for upcoming songs "Children of Darfur" and "No Time to Lose". Sun 6/7 Tamarama 8:00 pm $10 Named after a town in southeastern Australia, Tamarama models its beachside folk-pop after Jack Johnson, G. Love & Special Sauce, and other advocates of acoustic guitars and relaxed, casually spun vocals. Founding members Jay G. Lyon and Nick "Pottsy" Potts relocated to New York City after the band's formation, and Lyon's budding romance with reality TV star Whitney Port (from the MTV series The Hills and The City) helped boost Tamarama's profile in late 2008. ~ Andrew Leahey, All Music Guide. Sun 6/7 Dan Bailey and Living Rhythm 10:00 pm $10 Tues 6/9 Russ Flynn – A More Perfect Union 8:00 pm $10 Thanks for stopping by. You can catch me performing with two projects of original music (A More Perfect Union and Rail) in addition to doing extensive sideman work. I am currently a graduate student studying Jazz Composition at the Aaron Copeland School Music. Check back soon for more dates. Thus far I've had the great pleasure of studying with a number of inspiring teachers and mentors including John Rivers, Ray Vega, Joe Capps, Michael Philip Mossman, Ari Folman-Cohen, Ben Allison, John McKenna and Alex Stewart. For booking, commissions or arranging/copyist work please contact me at flynn.russ@gmail.com. I primarilly use Sibelius 4 and Logic Pro 7 for computer based projects. Tues 6/9 70’s Party with Disco Sux 10:00 pm $10 70's Party - Dance the night away to your favorite tunes. Thurs 6/11 70’s Party with Disco Sux 9:00 pm $10 Fri 6/12 Big Suga 8:00 pm $10 BIG SUGA delivers a driving, high octane performance rooted in a “Straight Up Rock N’ Roll Sound.” Come to a show prepared to sweat, dance your ass off and have your soul shaken by the BIG SOUND of BIG SUGA. Fri 6/12 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $25 Sat 6/13 Navagante 8:00 pm $15 Sat 6/13 Second Step 10:00 pm $25 They have played over 1500 shows in the US and Japan, sometimes at a clip of 200+ per annum, and continue to play, in a smaller way, to dancing, sweaty crowds at clubs and private parties. Starting out as a Ska Band in the Third Wave Ska Scene that was rampant in NYCs East Village in the Mid 80's, they morphed their sound from ska/reggae, to "ethno-funk", to funk, soul, and other addictive dance rhythms,

becoming a popular local and touring NYC based outfit. Sun 6/14 Inner Roots 10:00 pm $10 Local Reggae band. Wed 6/17 Sour Boy 8:00 pm $10 Sour Boy is a hard blues, funk and rock trio from Jeffersonville, Vermont. Formed back in 2007, the band has recorded two full length LP albums and played venues around Vermont such as Higher Ground, 242 Main and Nectar's. Each member of the band brings their own personality to the work, and it shows on stage, exchanging an energy not seen from many bands. Sean's guitar playing brings back the likes of Hendrix, Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan, while Devry and Kevin hold a rhythm section reminiscent of Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker of Cream. The band's sophomore album "Hot Off the Grill" delivers a new level of musicianship from Sour Boy and will be available for purchase very soon. Sour Boy carries an all for one, one for all attitude, meaning our stage is your stage, so always feel free to come up and dance with us. We have played everything from big time venues to playing on steep backyard hills for birthday bashes, we'll certainly play for you anywhere. A musical revolution is coming... Wed 6/17 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 From Big Band to Hip Hop, Harry’s got it all… Thurs 6/18 Bastards of Boom 9:00 pm $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don't find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse! Fri 6/19 Richie Havens 8:00 pm $50 general admission / $65 VIP admission RICHIE HAVENS is gifted with one of the most recognizable voices in popular music. His fiery, poignant, soulful singing style has remained unique and ageless since his historic appearance at Woodstock in 1969. For four decades, Havens has used his music to convey passionate messages of brotherhood and personal freedom. Richie Havens was honored to perform at the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Cannes International Film Festival. Fri 6/19 Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm $25 Sat 6/20 Eric Lewis Groove 7:00 pm $20 general admission / $35 VIP admission Everything that he creates bears his singular mark—the stamp of something that we have never seen or heard, but have always wanted to feel. A native of Camden, New Jersey, ELEW began his musical studies at a young age. After being granted a full scholarship to the Manhattan School of Music, he set his sights toward making noise on a grand scale. Upon graduation, he toured the world, recorded, and performed continuously with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Elvin Jones, Cassandra Wilson, Roy Hargrove, and Joe Henderson among others. 1999 offered a formal confirmation of what was rapidly becoming clear when ELEW won the Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition. It's a contest that goes beyond simply rewarding musical proficiency, instead recognizing the elusive combination of knowledge, command, passion and expression that define a true piano master. Today, bolstered by his virtuosic quartet, ELEW has created a riveting new sound that is at once fresh and classic. Sat 6/20 Madison South 9:00 pm $20 Sat 6/20 Giving Tree 11:00 pm $25 The Giving Tree only performs to benefit recognized charities, and all net proceeds for the band's performance will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project which meets the needs of our Wounded Heroes. So come on out and party with us for a great cause. Dance your ass off, sing along to every song, and support great charities - all at the same time! The Giving Tree keeps the dance floor moving all night long. With its musical spirit drawn from Dave Matthews to Joe Cocker, the Dead to LaBelle, Susan Tedeschi to Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin to Pat Benatar, War to Eric Clapton and then some...TGT rocks all over the map...and the best part is, every time The Giving Tree plays, ALL of our net proceeds goes to support great charities! So come and party with us - for a good cause or two! Sun 6/21 Alexa Ray Joel 7:00 pm $40 VIP / $25 general admission Sun 6/21 A Stillwater Satellite 9:00 pm $10 A Stillwater Satellite are a New York quartet who have been together for over ten years. Their desire to explore the limits of their abilities, both in songwriting and performance, combined with a cohesive workman-like approach, which has been developed over a long musical relationship, help form a sound which is unmistakably their own. Part relentless jamming, part compact but complete pop songs, add a bit of a soul or a country backbeat, top it off with a deep focus on vocal harmonies and you have the core of A Stillwater Satellite's sound: a distinct balance of influences as well as abilities, not self-consciously cultivated but, like the group itself, genuinely cohesive from the experience of years together. Sun 6/21 Winston Irie 11:00 pm $10 Tues 6/23 Kiss Kiss 10:00 pm $10 Wed 6/24 Badfish, A Tribute to Sublime 8:00 pm $35

The phenomenon known as Sublime, arguably the most energetic, original and uniquely eclectic band to emerge from any scene, anywhere, ended with the untimely death of lead singer, guitarist and songwriter Brad Nowell in May of 1996. But encompassing the sense of place and purpose long associated with Sublime’s music, Badfish, a Tribute to Sublime continues to channel the spirit of Sublime with a fury not felt for some time. What separates Badfish from other tribute bands is that they have replicated Sublime’s essence, developing a scene and dedicated following most commonly reserved for label-driven, mainstream acts. Badfish make their mark on the audience by playing with the spirit of Sublime. They perform not as Sublime would have, or did, but as Badfish does. Badfish has been one of the biggest club and theater acts in the Northeast and Midwest of the last couple years, and promoters are in awe that a tribute band could be turning several hundred fans away from the doors each night. Wed 6/24 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 Thurs 6/25 D-Fenders 9:00 pm $10 The D-Fenders are the Official Surf and Rock-a-Billy Band of the Hamptons. We've been rocking Long Island for over 8 years now, and are still going strong. We play a supreme blend of rockabilly, surf, swing, and good old fashioned rock & roll. So put on your poodle skirt, grease up your hair and prepare to boogie with the Legendary D-Fenders! Fri 6/26 Matty Liot & The Big Up 8:00 pm $10 Matty Liot (guitar, vocals) leads this musical power trio, supported by the veteran rhythm section of bassist Mick Hargreaves and drummer Chris Mehos, Liot has already attracted local attention, both by performing with The Big Up, and sitting in with The Nancy Atlas Project, The Lone Sharks, Winson Irie, and The Blaggards. Influences: Led Zeppelin, the Cream, S. R. Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Dick Dale, Howlin' Wolf, B.B. King, Freddie King, Robert Johnson, Elmore James. Fri 6/26 Boyce Ave. 9:30 pm $10 Fri 6/26 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $25 Sat 6/27 Jorma Kaukonen and Blue Country 8:00 pm $90 VIP / $75 General Admission Sat 6/27 Nancy Atlas 11:00 pm $25 Nancy Atlas is the missing link between Lucinda Williams and Sheryl Crow. Original Americana Rock with a touch of Southern Comfort. She walks the line between swaggering rock chick and thread bare poet, garnering her a legion of die hard fans and in house respect. Sun 6/28 Collie Buddz 8:00 pm $40 Born in New Orleans, raised on the isle of Bermuda with intermittent stays in urban Toronto, Colin Harper is not an easy youth to pin down geographically. His musical alter ego Collie Buddz however, is one of the most firmly grounded voices you may ever encounter. Incorporating influences from hip-hop to soca, Collie’s music nevertheless has a rock-solid foundation in reggae - and its power to connect ghetto reality with the highest heights of human aspiration - that is a rarity even in Jamaica. Sun 6/28 The Majestic Band 10:00 pm $10 The Majestic Band featuring “Mesha” is a seven member New York based group made up of musicians from the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Africa, as well as the United States and the Central American country of Belize, where Mesha hails from. Mon 6/29 The Hambonians 9:00 pm $10 Tue 6/30 80’s Party with Disco Sux 10:00 pm $10 Featuring the music of Disco Sux. 80's music and lots of fun.


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