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January MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 1/12 Who Are Those Guys? 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 A Classic Rock & Roll Band playing original music as well as the best of classic rock. Influences include Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Creedence, The Dead, The Allmans Bros & The Band, among others. Sat 1/13 Too Busy Being Bored 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Rock & Roll for all ages Sat 1/13 The Elements 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Fri 1/19 The Jam Bandits 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Local Band Sat 1/20 The Lone Sharks 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Gene Casey, guitarist, singer, songwriter, founded the Lone Sharks in the early summer of 1988. He had just moved to Sag Harbor, on the east end of Long Island, after having lived in NYC and playing in various bands in what could be described as "the tail end of the punk/new wave scene," as Gene puts it, "and I do mean the tail." Lots of gigs, lots of demos, but no records and no stardom. "I guess I should be grateful that I got to play those rooms, like the MuddClub, Max's Kansas City, Peppermint Lounge, and CBGB's. They all had such fantastic dressing rooms." Out on the east end, Gene found several little bars that were open to paying for live music. The Lone Sharks were formed more or less as a lark. "To drink beer, and play our favorite songs." Years later, "not that much has changed.”Kidding aside, things have been upped a notch or two. The Sharks play up to 150 gigs a year, and most of them are still out east where a devoted following keeps the band working year round. The Lone Shark CDs, consisting mostly of Gene's selfpenned tunes have been a catalyst for newer and better things. "We've learned a lot in putting them out. What to do, and what not to do. We’re still trying to capture our live sound.” Gene plays a battered 1967 Gretsch Anniversary hollow body guitar, and usually wears black attire "because Johnny Cash and Orson Welles did, though I'm not sure they did for the same reason." Shark fans have come to expect the usual on-stage theatrics from Gene: duckwalks, windmills, and show-stopping splits, a la T-Bone Walker and Chuck Berry. "They're not really splits," says Gene. "I can't get low enough. They're more splats." After many years living in Sag Harbor, Gene has recently moved to the wilds of the East End’s North Fork, drawing inspiration from the farms and vineyards that make up this decidedly less hectic area. Thurs 1/25 Open Jam Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 1/26 Mama Lee and Friends 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Six piece local band with two female singers. Sat 1/27 Annie Morgan Band 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Annie Morgan has been called the best soul/R&B singer on Long Island. A long time staple on the East End music scene, fronting such local favorites as the Poor Lost Souls, Round Trip and Moving Target, Annie possesses incredible vocal range and her band includes some of the finest players on the east end. Annie does what only the very best singers do, she gives those who come to listen something of herself. She does this openly, honestly and without artifice. There’s no holding back, she’s exciting to listen to and exciting to watch. The music comes at you like heat lightning. The electricity she generates snaps, crackles and the place rocks!

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 725-3535. Life Boat Fri 1/12 8:00 pm North by Northwest Sat 1/13 8:00 pm Mrs. Miniver Fri 1/19 8:00 pm Casablanca Sat 1/20 8:00 pm Cool Hand Luke Fri 1/27 8:00 pm Rocky Sat 1/27 8:00 pm THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Saturdays 2:00 pm The 2007 School Art Show Sat 1/27 – Sun 3/4 For 30 years the Parrish Art Museum has reserved a space in its calendar for local school artwork. From floor to ceiling the walls are covered with these vibrant works. Sat 1/27 School Art Festival Opening 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm free Join us for the opening of The School Art Festival as we celebrate the artistic achievements of area students. This fun-filled day will include extraordinary face painters, balloon tricks, music, and refreshments. GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 Ospreys Call For Voluntteers! Volunteers who enjoy exploring the outdoors during the winter months are needed to conduct a survey of the condition of the Group's osprey poles in Southampton and East Hampton Towns. Following the survey, we will evaluate which poles need to be fixed or replaced in preparation for the coming osprey nesting season. This project is time flexible can be taken on by individuals, classrooms and families, during the month of January. Please contact Kate Schertel for more information at 631-537-1400 (X13) or kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org. SOUTHFORK NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9535 Nature walks & workshops. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631) 5379735. Walks are free to SoFo members. Non-members are charged $5 an individual. Sat 1/6 Winter Water Birds Montauk 7:45 am Walk Leader: Hugh McGuinness. Winter brings thousands of waterfowl to the underwater glacial moraine reef located off Montauk Point. Learn how to identify these waterfowl -- scoters, eiders, loons, grebes, alcids and gannets -- on this outing with master-birder Hugh McGuinness. Be sure to dress warmly; it can be cold and windy at Montauk at this time of year. Sat 1/13 Insects in Winter 10:00 am Walk Leader: Crystal Possehl. We spend most of the winter observing little or no insects outside. With the first warm day of spring, the insect populations come alive once again. Where did they all come from? Many spend the harsh winter as eggs or larva in or near plants; these include: tree crickets, mantids, bark beetles and various butterflies and moths. Join Crystal for a walk in the field and forest behind SoFo to search for our dormant insect neighbors. Sat 1/20 Annual Winter Waterfowl Count - Dawn to Dusk, Amagansett to Shinnecock Field Count Leader: Jim Ash. The annual New York State Ornithological Society’s waterfowl count is part of an ongoing survey to monitor wintering waterfowl populations throughout New York State. To be a member of this year's Long Island count-team surveying areas from Amagansett to Shinnecock, call SoFo at (631) 537-9735 for further information. To visit the New York State Ornithological Society’s web page go to: http://www.nybirds.org/ Sat 1/27 Build a Butterfly Life Cycle Mobile 10:00 am

Program Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. The butterfly goes through many changes as it grows from an egg to a beautiful butterfly. Some animals don’t change their shape much as they mature, but butterflies must undergo the process of metamorphosis to reach the final stage of a butterfly. Join Lindsey to travel through the four different stages of a butterfly’s life cycle and to build a colorful mobile depicting these stages. For children ages 4 to 7 years of age. More information about the metamorphosis of a butterfly can be found at: http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/jmresources/butlifecycle/ EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. Mon 1/1 20TH ANNIVERSARY NEW YEAR’S HIKE (10 miles) 12:00 pm Enjoy the magnificent solitude of Hither Woods on New Year’s Day. This is the 20th year the leader has conducted this hike in the great Montauk wilderness – you won’t be disappointed. Be prepared for a full afternoon; bring food and water. Pace will be moderate. Meet at Hither Hills West Overlook, Rte 27 about 1 mile from the split with Old Montauk Highway. Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Wed 1/3 EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE (3 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 and through the Nature Preserve. Leader: Nancy Kane 324-5799 Sat 1/6 STONY HILL/JACOB’S FARM ( 3-4 miles) 10:00 am On this moderately-paced walk, we will enjoy two forests of contrasting aspects and atmosphere: the rolling bush forest of Stony Hill and the flat oak forest of Jacob’s Farm. Meet on Red Dirt Road about ¼ mile east of Accabonac Highway. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Wed 1/10 NAPEAGUE (4 miles) 10:00 am On this out-and-back trail, we will walk a piece of the Paumanok Path that features stands of pine and hardwood trees, cranberry bogs, and dunes. Meet at the entrance to the LIPA power station on Napeague Meadow Road midway between Rt 27 and Cranberry Hole Rd in Napeague. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 1/13 SEAL HAUL-TRAIL TRAIL (3 miles) 10:00 am This popular hike takes us along an easy wooded trail to the shores of Block Island Sound. If conditions are right, we will find seals sunning themselves on the rocks near the shore. Dress warmly with proper footgear for weather conditions. Don’t forget binoculars. Meet at Camp Hero Rd in Montauk, a right turn off Rt 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sun 1/14 PAUMANOK PATH #4 (8.5 miles) 9:00 am Spectacular water views are featured as we hike through Theodore Roosevelt County Park, the Point Woods Trail, and Camp Hero Sate Park to Montauk Point. There will be a short ceremony at the end as certificates are awarded to all hikers who complete the entire 45 miles of this four-part series of the East Hampton segment of the Paumanok Path. Meet at the parking lot across from Kirk’s Park at the western end of downtown Montauk. Leader: Ken Kindler 563-4354 Rain date: Sunday, January 21 Wed 1/17 STONY HILL (2 miles) 10:00 am Few areas of our town wear winter's mantle more beautifully than Stony Hill. On this short but athletic hike we'll descend to the floor of two kettleholes and climb to a vista of Gardiner's Bay obscured by foliage most of the year. Meet off Red Dirt Road, about ¼ mile east of Accabonac Road. Leader: Jim Zajac 324-2425 Sat 1/20 BARCELONA NECK (3-4 miles) 10:00 am Rich in history, ecology, and panoramic views, Barcelona Neck is a gem of a place to explore. With nearly 700 acres in which to ramble about, the wet lands, wooded swamps, and oak and hickory forest offer a wonderland of hiking. Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Course clubhouse off Rt 114 (Sag Harbor Turnpike) between Swamp Road and Sag Harbor village. Leaders: Steve Adler 3292617 Wed 1/24 STATE PARK (3 miles) 10:00 am This dramatic hike includes a newly cut woodsy trail, close-up views of WW II bunkers, and one of the most awesome views on the East End along the dramatic Montauk bluffs. Portions of the trail can be muddy after rain or snowfall; wear proper footgear. Meet at the Shadmoor parking lot on the south side of Rt 27, about ½ mile past Montauk center. A large sign marks the entrance. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Sat 1/27 MULVIHILL PRESERVES (4 miles) 10:00 am We will join forces with the Southampton Trails Preservation Society on this refreshing walk along this three-year-old trail in Bridgehampton lined with oak, hickory, laurel, and beech trees. The terrain is varied and somewhat hilly; may be slippery in spots.

Meet on Brick Kiln Rd, 0.4 mile north of Scuttle Hole Rd across from Bridge Hill Lane in Bridgehampton. Leader: Ken Kindler 563-4354 Wed 1/31 WOODS (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. Meet on Meet at Camp Hero Rd. off Rt 27 in Montauk, about a mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Most Thursdays STPS has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger for details. 631-283-5432. Mon 1/1 Happy New Year Hike 7:00 am – 9:00 am Greet the first sunrise of 2007 at Montauk; then hike 4 miles in Camp Hero. Meet at Montauk State Park parking lot. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Thurs 1/ 4 - STPS Monthly Meeting. 7pm - pm. Meet at the Southampton Town lower level meeting room. All are welcome. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 1/ 6 Quogue Wildlife Refuge. 10AM-Noon. Meet at the entrance on Old Country Road in Quogue (1 mile west of County Road 104). Moderate paced 3 mile loop through the heart of the Pine Barrens. Sue Bieger, 631-283-1548. Sat 1/ 6 – Sarnoff Exploration. 10AM-1PM. Meet at the Sarnoff Preserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of CR 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead traffic circle. Join the LI Greenbelt Trail Conference exploring this alien landscape in the Pine Barrens. Rain cancels; bring snacks and liquids. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net. Sun 1/7 - The Anna & Daniel Mulvihill Preserve. 10AM-Noon. Meet at Sag Harbor Industries parking lot on Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Tpk. in Sag Harbor for a 4 mile hike through this unique and historic area. Joe Lane, 631-725-3942. Sat 1/ 13 - Bay to Bay Blast. 10AM-1PM. Well almost! Tiana Bay to Flanders Bay. Meet at Munns County Park on Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. Moderate paced but challenging 7 plus mile hike across the Island. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sat 1/13 - Monthly Work Party. Call for time and place. Ken Kindler, 631-563-4354. Sun 1/14 - The Tuckahoe Hike. 10AM-Noon. Meet at the intersection of Sebonac Road and N. Magee St., Southampton. Hike both Tuckahoe Woods and Swamp. Moderate paced, 3-4 miles. Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sun 1/14 - Equestrian Event Northwest Path. 10AM-Noon. Meet on Narrow Lane, Sagaponack at the field across from Wolffer Estate Stables. BYO horse, limit 6 riders. Dai Dayton, 631537-0660. Sat 1/ 20 - Laurel Valley. 10AM-Noon. Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). Moderate paced 4 miles, some hills as you traverse the moraine. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 1/20 - Sarnoff Exploration. 10AM-1PM. Meet at the Sarnoff Preserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of CR 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead traffic circle. Join the LI Greenbelt Trail Conference exploring this alien landscape in the Pine Barrens. Rain cancels; bring snacks and liquids. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net. Sun 1/21 – Narrow Lane Clean Up. 8AM-9AM. Help pick up litter from our adopted road. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 1/ 21 - Mashomack Trek. 10AM-2PM. Meet at the North Haven/Shelter Island Ferry. Moderately brisk 12 mile hike through this beautiful preserve. $5 for ferry and

Preserve donation. Dress appropriately, bring water and snacks. Dianne Rulnick, 631-726-5903. Sat1/ 27 - The Mulvihill Preserves. 10AM-Noon. Hike 4 miles through the moraine and Great Swamp; see numerous ponds and a beautiful forest. Members of the East Hampton Trails Society will join the festivities. Meet on Bridge Hill Lane at the intersection of Brick Kiln Road (1/4 mile south of Scuttlehole Road). Ken Kindler, 631-563-4354. Sun 1/28 - Elliston Park. 10AM-Noon. Meet at the park entrance on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. Beautiful woods and ponds. Easy paced 4 miles. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376. THE MADOO CONSERVANY 618 Sagg Main Street, Sagaponack 537-8200 1:00pm - 5:00pm Sat May through September Madoo is an artist's garden. Admission: $10.00, fee is used for the garden maintenance. Photographs are permitted; strollers, dogs, children under 6 are not. Separate tours may be arranged for groups of 10 or more. Madoo Conservancy Winter Lecture Series 11:00 am at the Winter House 618 Sagg Main Street, Sagaponack Park on Sagg Lake Lane and walk to end of Madoo 2 driveway. $45 ea.; $35 for members; Sun 1/21 - Charlotte Frieze - Garden Editor of House & Garden, s will present "Seques - Taking the inside out and the outside in” 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 Stariper is available for private charters. The Stariper 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 January 2007 Local Cod Starts Saturday January 20 every Saturday and Sunday. Departs: 3am Returns:4pm Fare:$80 Passenger count: 60 Boat: Viking Starship LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 In-Store Cooking Demonstrations Saturdays 12pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 1/6 In-store Cooking demo featuring the Turbochef High Speed Residential Oven w/ Sybille van Kempen Sat 1/13 In-Store Cooking Demo w/ Chef Michael Vignapiano Wed 1/17 In store demo for builders and contractors featuring the Turbochef High Speed residential oven -Pre-registration required Sat 1/20 In-store lunch demo featuring the Turbochef High Speed Residential Oven w/ Sybille van Kempen Sat 1/27 In store cooking demo-Spiced Indian Style Flatbreads w/ Mark Sanne of Global Palate and Loaves and Fishes Cookshop MARTHA CLARA VINEYARD 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298.0075 ext. 22 Sat 1/13 Stonewall’s Cooking Demonstration with Joe Lombardi 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Complimentary Recipes featuring Stonewalls dips, sauces and condiments. Baking demonstration featuring Barefoot Contessa products. Fri 1/26 Totally Tasty Tapas with Linda Slezak of Red Barn B&B 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Cooking Class and Wine Pairing. Menu: Bunnuelos de Chorizo (Chorizo Fritters), Camarones con Ajo (Baked Shrimp and Garlic), Bacalao con Salsa Verde(Poached Cod in Green Sauce), Ensalada de Garbanzo y Espinaca, Tortilla de Patatas. Cost: $50.00 per person+tax. RSVP by Wed January 10th

WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Sun 1/14 Tapas Party 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm Demonstration, food and wine pairin. Join Silvia Lehrer, author, educator and cooking columnist for the cutting edge of Spanish Cuisine. Tapas, the little dishes of Spain will be prepared. Experience this flavorful, casual, party food. Food is paired with Wölffer wines. $35.00 per person $25.00 for wine club members. For reservations call 631 537-5106 ext. 20 Sat 1/27 Wölffer Estate’s Annual Bridal And Event Showcase 12:00-4:00 Spend the afternoon at Wölffer Estate, the ultimate Hampton location and meet the leading industry professionals who will coordinate all the stylish details to create the wedding or event of your dreams. Catering, Floral Design, Photography, Videography, Music, Party Rentals, Cakes, Invitations, Lighting, Wedding Planning, and more. Admission includes: Wine, Food Tastings and Goodie Bags $20/person. For reservations, call (631) 537-5106 Ext. 20 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 Live Music Saturdays throughout January 2-5pm Michael Munzer will be performing. Don't let the cold weather bring you down come to Vineyard 48 where we will bring you the sounds of summer with one of your favorite entertainers. Winterfest 2007 All of January-To celebrate the Winterfest Vineyard 48 is offering Two for One tastings. Sat 1/20 Cheese Date All Day Complimentary Cheese with your tastings. Sat 1/27 National Chocolate Cake Day Enjoy a Complimentary Slice of Cake or Chocolate Brownie with your Red Wine Tasting. EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street, East Hampton 324-6850 2007 Winter Lecture series: “Disasters on the East End” At Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. Fri 1/26 Conflagration! Fires that made a mark on the history of the East End, by Hugh King and Ken Collum. 7:00 pm THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 Friday at the Movies 6:30 – 8:30 pm Fri 1/5 Little Miss Sunshine Comedy /drama /adventure starring Greg Kinnear, Toni Collette, Steve Carell, Abigail Breslin and Alan Arkin. Directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris. Rated R for language, some sex and drug content. Fri 1/12 Who’s Camus Anyway? *Film Festival Selection* Japanese drama directed by Mitsuo Yanagimachi. In Japanese with English subtitles. Won Japanese Eyes: Best Film at the Tokyo International Film Festival in 2005. Not Rated. Fri 1/19 The Illusionist Drama /mystery /romance / thriller starring Edward Norton, Jessica Biel and Paul Giamatti. Directed by Neil Burger. Rated PG13 for some sexuality and violence. Sun 1/21 The Making of a Poet - Subtitled, A Poet’s Indebtedness to Other Poets and Their Affect On His Ability to Write 7:00 pm Free In this talk Vince Clemente shares his knowledge, memories and observations of those earlier writers of prose and poetry who influenced his development as a poet. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 929-5875 Southampton Artists Association Winter Show 10:00 am-4:00 pm 1/2 – 1/17 Come meet the Artists at the opening of our Winter Show. Jim Wightman Retro Show Part 1 10:00 am-4:00 pm 1/17 – 1/29 Jim Wightman will have a Retro show featuring oil and acrylics from the 1950’s-80’s February Show 10:00 am-4:00 pm 1/30-2/25 “

The Artwork on display will be the Figure Drawing Classes that have been meeting at the Cultural Center all year. Come to the reception to meet the Artists on that first Friday (2/7) BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-1088 Tues-Thurs 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Friday-Sat 11 am - 4:00 pm Selected Images: Art by Mary Gardner A continuing exhibit featuring figures, animals, floral and local scenes depicted in oil, watercolor, pastel, pen, and ink. Other images of oil on wood explore the connection between dreams and consciousness. $2.00 1/2 – 1/31 ALISON RESTAURANT 95 School Street Bridgehampton, NY 11932 537-7100 or info@alisonrestaurant.com The Authors Round Table Dinner Series 6:30 pm Sat 1/13 Amanda Vaill - Somewhere: The Life of Jerome Robbins Meet author Amanda Vaill who will talk about her new critically acclaimed authorized biography Somewhere: The Life of Jerome Robbins.. Mr. Robbins maintained a home if Bridgehampton until his death in 1998. $69.00 per person includes a three course meal and a signed first edition of the book. Seating is limited. Reservations suggested. Saturday's 1 20 & 1/27 Comedy Night with The hilarious Improv Group "Just Say Yes" 9:00 pm Thurs 1/25 Dog Bible Pooch Party!!! with Tracie Hotchner 7:00 pm Every Tuesday Free movie Screenings at 9:00 Tues 1/16 “Royal Tennenbaums” ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 Sun 1/21 La Vita-Williams Guitar Duo 3:00 pm Bret Williams and Giacomo La Vita, rising stars on the New York classical scene, have been hailed as “a duo of spectacular energy and technical resource.” Join us for an hour-long concert with works by Manuel de Falla, Sergio Assad, Issac Albeniz, Astor Piazzola, and Albreto Ginastera. A reception will follow. Tuesday, January 23, Noon Making Peace with Food and Your Body Fran Donovan, CSW. Bring lunch; we’ll begin our one-hour workshop with a mindful eating meditation, then explore a healthier, more intuitive relationship with food and your body. Find your natural weight without dieting. Through mindfulness, conscious eating and guided imagery, you will develop a more compassionate understanding Mon 1/29 Favorite Films: Been Rich All My Life Heather MacDonald, 3:00 pm 81 minutes. Join us for an inspiring documentary that follows the unlikeliest troupe of tap dancing divas – all now 84 to 96 – who once performed together in the hottest venues such as the Cotton Club with the likes of Duke Ellington – and who have reunited to perform to standing ovations – again! We’ll serve movie snacks. Tues 1/30 Talking History: A Conversation with Richard G. Hendrickson, author of From The Bush Plain of Bull’s Head: Whisperings and Wanderings 12:00 pm Bring lunch and join us for a visit with lifelong Bridgehampton resident Richard G. Hendrickson, who, at age 94, has written a new memoir. Joined by RML’s Penny Wright, he will reminisce about life on Lumber Lane for over 90 years. We’ll serve coffee and dessert. Wed 1/31 T. J. Parsell, author of FISH: A Memoir of a Boy in a Man’s Prison 12:00 pm At the age of 17, T. J. Parsell was a victim of prisoner rape. He is now a writer and human rights activist dedicated to ending sexual abuse against men, women and children in all forms of detention. We invite you to hear his story and learn about his life’s work addressing this issue. Bring lunch; we will serve coffee and dessert. GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Puppet Play Groups - Children under three years and their grown-up. Mondays 9:30 am, Tuesdays 9:30 am & 3:30 pm, Fridays 9:30 pm Puppet Shows Saturdays (January–April) at 11:00 am & 3:00 pm

Tickets are $10, $9 for Grandparents & $5 for children under 3 years. Discounts for members. Shows & schedule subject to change, please call ahead (631-725-4193). Our Puppet Theatre is intimate to avoid calamity, please call ahead to reserve your spot. Sat 1/6 The Princess, the Frog and the Pea Sat 1/13 Gustafer’s Yellow Gold World ~ gustaferyellowgold.com Sat 1/20 Fairytale Puppet Theatre ~ fairytalepuppettheatre.com Sat 1/27 Goldilocks and the Three Bears GUILD HALL Woodhouse and Moran Galleries 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 1/13 – Sun 2/4 15th Annual Students Art Festival (Part 1 Grades K-8) Opening Reception Sat 1/13 2:00 pm – 4:00 PM Guild Hall is happy to announce that it’s STUDENT ARTS FESTIVAL, now in its 15th year, celebrating the creativity of our young artists throughout the months of January, February and March. This year Guild Hall will offer two separate exhibitions for different age groups, offering students a broader range of possibilities, more room for installations of all sizes and shapes, and increased focus on the talents specific to each age level. PART I, opening Saturday, January 13 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm will showcase the talents of students grades K – 8. Refreshments and fun for families, students, and teachers will begin at 2:00 p.m. at the opening reception. The show continues through February 4th. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 THE NAKED STAGE – Staged Play Readings in The Boots Lamb Education Center 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. Tues 1/23 Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin Lead Artist: Josh Gladstone, Featuring Gerard Doyle, Michael Nathanson, Kate Mueth, Ann Moller, Joe De Sane, Josh Perl, Jonathan Peters, Nick Fondulis, Josh Gladstone, and Wendy Fairey. "Picasso at the Lapin Agile" tells the story of a fictional 1904 meeting in a bar between three men who went on to have a tremendous impact on the 20th century -- Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein and a strange visitor from the future: Elvis Presley. In 1904, the 23-year-old Picasso is three years away from painting his reputation-launching "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon". Albert Einstein is 25 and a year shy of publishing his Special Theory of Relativity. The play centers on the chance meeting of the two men in the Lapin Agile, where they begin a conversation that evolves into a humorous, thought-provoking examination of where mankind will wander in the 20th century. ESTIA CANTINA 177 Main Street, Amagansett 267 Sat 1/27 Live Jazz New Orleans Society Orchestra Free admission, ½ price margaritas EAST END BOOKS 53 The Circle, East Hampton 324-8680 Mon – Thurs 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Fri 10:00 am – 7:00 pm Sat 10:00 am – 8:00 pm Sun 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Photographer Pete Turner will exhibit photographs from his new book The Color of Jazz Throughout his career, Pete Turner has relentlessly pushed the medium of photography to achieve an extraordinary vision with an uncompromising thirst for bold color and composition. Yet he feels that “what really kept my name out there were these record covers.” This book showcases 100 covers and their art in close to original size; many of the covers are rare and out-of-print, now collector’s items, and connect to a who’s who of musical legends from Count Basie, John Coltrane, and Stan Getz, to Quincy Jones, Freddie Hubbard, and Steely Dan. Turner’s covers set new standards for this medium and transformed albums into art objects, sought after both for the music they contain and the cover art they display. Through Wed 1/31

GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Fourth Annual Free Winter Film Series on Sunday Nights in The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall 7:00 pm First Run, Award Winning, Independent Films Presented by Guild Hall and the East Hampton Library. Seating is Limited. Sun 1/14 FAMILIA A film by director Louise Archambault. Winner, Toronto Film Festival, Official Selection Locarno Int’l Film Festival, Official Selection, Vancouver Int’l Film Festiva.l “Offers a slice of life that women will surely recognized and men would no doubt benefit from seeing” The Hollywood Reporter. Michele, a divorced aerobics instructor with a gambling addiction, loses her job and seeks refuge with a childhood friend, Janine, who lives in a seemingly comfortable middle-class suburban neighborhood. Michele’s rebellious teenage daughter, Marguerite, and Janine’s shy and reserved daughter, Gabrielle, become friends, leading to unforeseen tensions that force both generations to reassess their values. Familia explores the question of how value systems are passed from mother to daughter and asks: It is possible to avoid passing on to our children those traits we despise in our parents? Sun 1/21 HAWAII OSLO A film by Erik Poppe. Winner 2005 Norwegian Film Critic’s Award. Official Selection Seattle Int’l Film Festival/ San Francisco Int’l Film Festival. Five stories about love are interwoven in Oslo during the hottest day of the year. Frode and Milla have their first child. Two young boys search for their mother. Leon hopes to have a 10 year-old date with his teenage sweetheart. Leon’s brother, Trygve gets a weekend leave from prison to be with Leon on his birthday. Everyone is running from something, searching for something, or dreaming of something else on this destined day. Sun 1/28 DAY BREAK Director Hamid Rahmanian “Works like a ticking time bomb” – Variety “A hard-hitting, thought provoking drama that gives new dimension to a hot topic: The Death Sentence.” – International Herald Tribune Winner, Tribeca Film Festival, Toronto Film Festival, and Annonay Int’l Film Festival In Iran, capital punishment is carried out according to Islamic law, which gives the family of the victim, ownership of the offender’s life. Day Break, based on a compilation of true stories and shot inside Tehran’s century old prison, revolves around the imminent execution of Mansour, a man found guilty of murder, when the family of the victim repeatedly fails to show up on the appointed day; Mansour’s execution is postponed again and again. Stuck inside the purgatory of his own mind, he waits as time passes on without him, caught between life and death, retribution and forgiveness. WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm 2:00pm Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 1/9 Lighten Up Dinner After indulging during the holidays, many of us turn to lighter fare, and poultry, seafood and vegetables fit the bill perfectly. In this class you'll learn to prepare some healthful and satisfying dinner dishes. Winter Greens Salad with Grilled Salmon, Lime Grilled Scallops with Red Pepper Coulis and Chicken with Lemon and Oregano. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 1/16 Food Made Fast: Soup From our Food Made Fast series, these soothing soups will warm you up during the cold winter months. They're a snap to prepare and are sure to become favorites in your household. Greek Chicken-Lemon Soup, Pork and Soba Noodle Soup, Florentine White Bean Soup, Thai Coconut-Chicken Soup and Cajun Shrimp Soup Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 1/23 Indoor Grilling Even in the midst of winter, you can still enjoy the savory flavors of grilled fo ods by using an indoor grill. We'll show you how with some tasty recipes. Grilled Chicken, Korean Style, Grilled Fish in a Spicy Citrus Marinade and Grilled Marinated Skirt Steak. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 1/30 Spice Up Your Food Aromatic spices are an easy way to enliven everyday fare with bold flavors. Our recipes feature everything from cumin and cayenne to

cinnamon and star anise. Tandoori Chicken and Toasted Pappadams Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher 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 self-directed 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 Fri 1/26 Pizza and Pajama Night at CMEE Put on your pj's and bring your appetite. The last Friday of every month is Pizza and Pajama Night. Join guest reader, actor Gerard Doyle, in the CMEE Library for a reading of "There's No Place Like Space" from the Cat in the Hat's Learning Library. Gerard Doyle has toured nationally and internationally with the English Shakespeare Company. He has appeared on Broadway and on television in New York Undercover and Law and Order. Mr. Doyle is also an award-winning audio book narrator. Mr. Doyle is most recently recognized for his narration of Eragon which is now a major motion picture. Pizza is served at 6pm, the story begins at 6:30pm followed by the art project in CMEE's Drop-in Art Studio. Pajama Night is FREE for members, non-members: $7- adults/ $5- children. Pizza is FREE for everyone. Please register in advance Sat 1/27, 2/3 & 2/10 Secrets of the Skies Science Workshop 10:00- 11:00 am Blast off with CMEE as you learn about the secrets of the heavens. Each week learn about astronauts, planets, galaxies and stars. This week Sean Tvelia, a professor of Earth and Space Sciences at Suffolk Community College, will show you how to make a constellation mobile, and teach you all about the stars. Ages 7- 11 $20-members, $22 non-members per class *Scholarships are available* Please call (631)537-8250 Please register in advance Sun 1/ 28 Just Me and My Dad Sundays (or Dad-like friends) 2:30-3:30 pm Have your own blast off count down just like NASA. Matt Pappas, Assistant Professor of Astrononomy at Suffolk Community College, will teach you how to build your own rocket that really blasts off! Ages:7-11 $20 members / $22 non- members per class *Scholarships are available* Please register in advance

February GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The Boots Lamb Education Center 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. Tues 2/6 Just Say Yes Comedy Improvisation Workshop Lead Artist: Jonathan Peters Featuring Stephan Scheck, Dan Becker, Lydia Franco Hodges and Josh Perl. The comedy improv group Just Say Yes returns for a 1-night interactive performance workshop. Come see the East End’s only home-grown comedy troupe. Lead artist Jonathan Peters will put his troupe, and some lucky members of the audience, through their comedic paces. Dress to move and prepare to laugh! Tues 2/13 Fool For Love by Sam Shepard Lead Artist: Josh Gladstone Featuring Kate Mueth, Josh Gladstone and an ensemble cast TBA. “No one knows better than Sam

Shepard that the true American West is gone forever, but there may be no writer alive more gifted at reinventing it out of pure literary air. Like so many Shepard plays, Fool for Love is a western for our time. We watch a pair of figurative gunslingers fight to the finish - not with bullets, but with piercing words. As theater, Fool for Love could be called an indoor rodeo. The setting is a present-day motel room on the edge of the Mojave Desert, where, for 90 minutes, May and Eddie batter one another against the walls.” NY Times Fri 2/23 The Seagull by Anton Chekhov at the Montauk Public Library 871 Montauk Highway, on the north side of Rte 27 in The Meeting Room (lower level) 668-3377 Chekhov’s first great play lays bare its comedy and its cruelty. Whether its love, sex, fame, or simply a trip into town, each character is denied the thing they most crave. The setting is Sorin's estate, where a group of family and friends are spending the languid summer months. Included are Sorin's sister, the famous actress Arkadina; her sensitive would-be-writer son, Treplev; and the charming, successful author Trigorin. The action concerns the interweaving of their lives and all the romance, intrigue, hopes and disappointments that life leads to. Harris Yulin will play Trigorin opposite his wife, actress Kristen Lowman, who will portray Akadina. Other members of the ensemble cast include Brett Fleischer as Konstantin, Gerard Doyle as Sorin, Tina Jones as Nina, Kate Mueth as Masha, Josh Perl as Dr. Dorn, Lydia Franco-Hodges as Polina, Shashi Balooja as Medvedenko, Josh Gladstone as Shamrayev and Dan Becker as Yakov. Tues 2/27 Who’s Not Ready to Holler by Peter Zablotsky Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. What if, at that moment in your life when you most wanted to disappear...you discovered you could? WHO'S NOT READY HOLLER I is about just that -- about confronting the magician within; about the magic we all conjure to conceal the most vulnerable part of ourselves; about the consequences of our conjuring. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PLAY: an earlier draft of WHO'S NOT READY HOLLER I was presented as part of the 2003 New York City International Fringe Festival. Peter Zablotsky has lived in East Hampton for three years and has been writing for twenty. Other works include OFF THE METER, which was selected for presentation at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center National Playwrights Conference (Lloyd Richards, Artistic Director) and The GeVa Theater French Roast Festival, and produced Off-Broadway on Theatre Row, New York City; H. FINN, ESQ., which was produced Off-Broadway at the Hudson Guild Theatre, New York, NY; THE POOL WITH FIVE PORCHES, which won the Georgia National One-Act Play Festival and was also presented at the 2006 NYC International Fringe Festival. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Fourth Annual Free Winter Film Series on Sunday Nights in The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall 7:00 pm First Run, Award Winning, Independent Films Presented by Guild Hall and the East Hampton Library. Seating is Limited. Sun 2/18 A Simple Curve One of Canada’s Top Ten Films written and directed by Aubrey Nealon. Caleb is a charming small-town entrepreneur determined to keep his woodworking shot afloat in spite of the relentless idealism of his business partner and father, aging hippie and draft-dodger Jim. When wealthy American Matthew arrives, Caleb sees a chance to turn his fortunes around provided he can keep Jim distracted long enough. Juggling mounting debts, freeloading hippie house guests, and budding love life, Caleb strikes a secret deal with Matthew that could set him up for good if it doesn’t destroy his entire way of life. Breathtaking photography in the magnificent Slocan Valley, A Simple Curve is a ‘smart- funny deep felt intricately balance debut’ (CBC) GUILD HALL Woodhouse and Moran Galleries 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 1/13 – Sun 2/4 15th Annual Students Art Festival (Part 1 Grades K-8) Guild Hall is happy to announce that it’s STUDENT ARTS FESTIVAL, now in its 15th year, celebrating the creativity of our young artists throughout the months of January, February and March. This year Guild Hall will offer two separate exhibitions for different age groups, offering students a broader range of possibilities, more room for installations of all sizes and shapes, and increased focus on the talents specific to each age level. Sat 2/17 – Sun 3/11 15th Annual Students Art Festival (Part 2 Grades 9-12) PART II will focus exclusively on the art of our gifted High School students, grades 9 – 12, from February 17 to March 11. This format will spotlight the diverse interests of our young adults in numerous fields including photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, and more. Join us for our festive reception on March 2 beginning at 5 pm

THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm The 2007 School Art Show Sat 1/27 – Sun 3/4 For 30 years the Parrish Art Museum has reserved a space in its calendar for local school artwork. From floor to ceiling the walls are covered with these vibrant works. Mon 1/29 – Thurs 3/8 After School Art - Free Registration required After School Art workshops are exhibition-based and provide children with the opportunity to tour the galleries, learn about the works of art on view, and create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting, and drawing. Advance registration is required. Call 631-283-2118 ext. 30 or visit parrishart.org for information. Fri 2/2 Fabulous Fridays for Families 6:30 to 8:30 pm This program for families features Susan Blacklocke as she shares her energizing Poi Dancing, a celebratory dance in which radiant spiral patterns are made in the air with colorful fabric mounted on long sticks. Originating in the Maori Tribes of New Zealand and throughout the South Pacific and Southeast Asia, this traditional art form integrates movement with different types of music, martial arts, and dance. After the demonstration, families will create their own colorful poi in art workshops. Light refreshments will also be served. No advance registration is required. Free for Parrish Members | $5 Non-Members Sun 2/4 Family Fun Day: Puppet Time! 2 to 4 pm Tour the School Art Festival and then join artist Miguel Cossio as he leads a puppet-making workshop with families using a variety of styles taken from various cultures and traditional puppet-making techniques. Cossio is a visual artist who was born in Mexico and is now based in New York. He regularly exhibits in galleries and museums in the US, Mexico, and Latin America, and has been presenting arts-in-education programs in schools, universities, and museums for many years. No advance registration is required. Free for Parrish Members | $5 Non-Members Mon 2/5 First Monday Tour for Seniors 1 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 Sun 2/18 Family Fun Day: Celebrate School Art! 2 to 4 pm Join art educator, Madolin Archer for a tour of the exhibition and an art-making workshop with projects including painting, sculpture, and collage. No advance registration is required. Free for Parrish Members | $5 Non-Members Mon 2/19 – Fri 2/23 Winter Vacation Art Workshops Ages 4 to 14 Children will be divided into studio spaces by age (4 to 7 year olds will be grouped together as will children age 8 & up). Morning session: 10 am to 12:30 pm Afternoon session: 1:30 to 4 pm This series will introduce children age 4 through 14 to many well-known American artists who have lived and worked right here on the East End. Each day of the week instructor Wendy Gottlieb will show a work by a different artist, including William Merritt Chase, Betty Parsons, Fairfield Porter, Jane Wilson and Romare Bearden. Working in a medium inspired by these artists, children will then create their own colorful projects. Children may register for either the morning or afternoon session for one to five days. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. $18 Museum Members per session | $28 Non-Members per session Fridays @ Lunchtime: Small Things Considered Select Fridays, February 23 through March 16 12:00 noon Now is your chance to be a curator! The role of design in our everyday lives is the focus of this series of lunch-time discussions. The emphasis is on small everyday objects. In the end, participants will nominate their favorite objects for the exhibition Small Things Considered, which will be displayed in conjunction with Raymond Loewy: Designs for a Consumer Culture. Free with Museum Admission Fri 2/23 Fridays @ Lunchtime: Great Small Things 12:00 pm From the pencil to the paper clip, our daily lives are made easier by hundreds of small, well-designed items. Bring your favorite small object and be ready to sell your tiny treasure to the group. Free with Museum Admission Sat 2/24 Winter Family Performance: Art on Stage! 2:00 pm Presented by Freestyle Arts, this unique, interactive performance unlocks the hidden artist within everyone. Audience members will create animations on stage and have them projected as cartoon movies, make relay race abstract paintings, and produce surrealist images. Throughout the performance, participants will learn about the various artists and artistic movements spanning the past 100

years, from Impressionism to contemporary New Media. Audience members will develop a creative literacy and discover how they too can create works of art. No advance registration is required. $3 for Parrish Members | $8 Non-Members 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 725-3535. Sat 2/3 Sweet Liberty - ALAN ALDA LIVE! 8:00 pm Join Alan Alda for a question and answer session after the screening of SWEET LIBERTY. SWEET LIBERTY was filmed on Long Island and in Toronto. Sag Harbor was one of the locations shot on Long Island. Cost is $50 per person. (Nominal fee for online purchases) Tickets on sale now by calling 631-725-9500 or online. Fri 2/16 The Way We Were 8:00 pm Sat 2/17 An Affair to Remember 8:00 pm Fri 2/23 Walt Disney Pictures’ Fantasia 8:00 pm Sat 2/24 Special Event! Walt Disney Pictures’ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 8:00 pm $20.00 Walt Disney's 1939 animated classic comes to the big screen at Bay Street Theatre. Join Neil Gabler for a talkback after the film. Neil is the author of Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination. Tickets on sale now for $20 per person. General admission (no assigned seats). ALISON RESTAURANT 95 School Street Bridgehampton, NY 11932 537-7100 or info@alisonrestaurant.com Sat 2/3 Meet the Artist Dinner Discussion & slide show with Tom Steele “Landmarks & Landscapes” Tues 2/13 Authors Round Table Dinner with Jay McInerney 6:30 pm 3 course dinner and a signed copy of “A Hedonist In the Cellar” $59 per person Every Tuesday Free Movie Screenings at 9:00 MONTAUK LIBRARY MEETING ROOM 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668 3377 Sun 2/4 The Masks of Venice and Carnevale 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm Free Lecture, Video of Venice at Mardi Gras followed by a mask making workshop. A Speaker in the Humanities Program of the New York Council for the Humanities. Emelise Aleandri, actor, professor of theater & author discusses the history of the colorful annual event called Carnevale, the Italian festival celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. Dr. Aleandri will talk about various types of masks-theatrical, social and ritual -as well as their use by commedia dell'arte actors. Pictures, masks and descriptions are presented as well as a display of authentic Venetian masks and a video of recent Carnevale festivities. Light refreshments will be served. 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 2/3 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm Music by Dunegrass / Chart Guthrie $10/$14 LONG ISLAND WINE COUNTRY WINTER FESTIVAL 477-8493 During the entire month of February the WINE COUNTRY WINTER FESTIVAL PASSPORT is your entrée to great events, activities & deals around the East End of Long Island. For only $30 you, or you and your significant other (spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, best friend), or you and your entire family (children under 18) can take advantage of the full program of activities at wineries and other businesses around the East End, including concerts, art shows, cooking classes, barrel tastings and much more! 2/4 – 2/5 Women’s Weekend/Girls’ Getaway

Program Samples: super spa weekend with special treatments, grape-growing and "Wine 101" seminar, cooking demonstrationa and food pairing, women's career workshop with make-up consultation and dress-for- success fashion show, exclusive movie sceenings, art exhibits, concerts and much more... 2/11 – 2/12 & 2/18 – 2/19 Romance Weekends Program samples: Special couples wine tastings and food-pairing demonstrations, dances, musical theater night, chamber music, classical guitar, romantic accommodation packages, sweet wines and chocolate, palm readers and much more for couples... 2/20 – 2/26 Family Winter Carnival Week Program samples: Kids concerts, cook classes for kids, kids carnival with toys, music, and food, special book readings, kids photo contest, dance performances BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 The Tasting Room is open daily year round; Memorial Day - October 11-5pm, Friday & Saturday 11-6pm. November - May 115pm Seven days. TOURS: Saturday and Sunday at 3pm. $5.00 Tasting Fee per person. Castello Di Borghese Vineyards Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Sat 2/3 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard 1pm Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be available for purchase. Artists will include some of these professionals; Howard Jewett – Basket Weaving, Mike Killelea - Watercolorist North Fork Scenes, Harry Wicks - Wood Turned Bowls and Steve Amaral – Contemporary Symbolism in Acrylic. Sat 2/3 North Fork Film Festival - featured film Saint Monica 7pm $12 Monica is obsessed with angels, but when she's denied a place as an angel in the upcoming procession at her old church, she steals a pair of wings, which she proceeds to lose on the streetcar. Screening of Independent movies, often winners of International Film Festivals won’t have the opportunity to see in commercial theatres – or say in very limited release large cities – only chance on the North Fork to see them. Wine sold by the glass and gourmet cheese platters will be available for purchase and enjoying during the movie. Sat 2/10 Winter Fest Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested. Sat 2/10 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard Featuring Mike Killelea 1pm Watercolorist North Fork Scenes. Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be available for purchase. Sun 2/11 Winter Fest Long Island Wine & Food Cookbook Signing by Ann Marie Borghese 1-3pm Ann Marie Borghese is proud to present a one of a kind creation, pairing the best of Borghese wines with Long Island 's finest restaurants. This cookbook, created by Ann Marie Borghese in collaboration with AHRC and LI restaurants, has stolen the hearts of all who treasure wine, dining, and Long Island. Fri 2/16 Tutto Elegante 5:30 – 8pm Borghese Wine . . .Food by Steve Amaral of Black Tie Caterers. . .and Art by Artists. . .Kristian Iglesias, Annie Wildey, Megan Barron, Dominic Antignano, Hector deCordova. Artisan wine and food connoisseurs come together with East End artists for a festive evening of wine and food-tasting, artist's demos and more. Peruse the halls of original artworks as you taste exceptional wines from Borghese Vineyard & Winery complemented with gourmet tastings from renowned chef Steve Amaral of Black Tie Catering. From hand-crafted wines to hand painted canvases, you won't want to miss this celebration of all things artisan. This is a perfect opportunity for blushing brides to truly discover the elegance and romantic ambiance of Borghese Vineyard and Winery. Wine sold by the glass. Sat 2/17 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard featuring Howard Jewett 1pm Artisan Basket Weaving Demo. Come see and learn how beautiful Nantucket style baskets are made by hand. Other artfully designed

baskets will be on display. Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be available for purchase. Sun 2/18 Winter Fest ‘For the Love of Olive Oil' Tasting 1-3pm Free Add a little flavor to your love. Come taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria Sat 2/24 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard Featuring Mike Killelea 1pm Watercolorist North Fork Scenes. Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be available for purchase. THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Main Road Peconic 800 Lenz Mid-Winter Winemaker Cellar Tours Saturdays and Sundays in February and early March An amazing series of cellar tours each year in the depths of winter. The tours are for small groups (maximum of 10-12), led by our winemaker - - the irrepressible Eric Fry - - and take 2-3 hours. These are serious wine tours! Visit in winter? Well, the disadvantage is that it’s chilly, so please dress warmly and casually. But the big advantage is that there’s so much more to taste. Each year, after harvest, we ferment the wines. By the end of January, the fermentations are complete. Even the secondary malo-lactic fermentations are mostly finished. At this stage you start to see the vintage as a whole: good or not-so-good? Better for whites or for reds? Did the cabernet come through? How are the small plantings of malbec, petit verdot and cabernet franc contributing? Is the pinot gris ready for prime time? How is the ‘new’ merlot block producing - - now that it’s over 12 years old? You can also see how numerous choices we have made will affect the wine. We can demonstrate the impact of various factors like vine age, crop load, grape ripeness, fermentation temperature, yeast variety, barrel fermentation, type of French oak (i.e. which forest), specific blends - - yes, each of these things makes a discernible difference! Tours are currently available at 11am and 2pm each weekend day from February 3rd and 4th until March 3rd & 4th. Last year we had over 200 people sign up - - so please don’t delay! Free for Subscribers / $25 for nonSubscribers LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 Sat 2/10 – Mon 2/19 Chocolate and Wine pairings -share the love 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm weekends and Valentines Day only A special tasting of wine and gourmet chocolate, from Bon Bons Chocolatier of Huntington, NY Tasting fee: $10.00 Spring, Summer & Fall Hours Tuesday through Sunday 11:30am to 5:30pm Winter Hours Open Saturday & Sundays only 11:30am to 5:30pm 11:30 am – 5:30 pm MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave Mattituck 298-0100 Long Island Winterfest Events Sat 2/10 & Sun 2/11 Celebrate Valentine's Day at Macari 12:00 pm- 5:00 pm Enjoy a selection of cheese and chocolates with your tasting; receive 10% off wine purchases. Sat 2/17 & Sun 2/18 Celebrate the Year of the Pig at Macari 12:00 pm- 5:00 pm Enjoy treats selected for the Chinese New Year with your tasting and receive 10% off wine purchases. Sat 2/24 & Sun 2/25 Celebrate George Washington's Birthday 12:00 pm- 5:00 pm Enjoy chocolate covered cherries with your tasting and receive 10% off wine purchases MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Sat 2/3 Cheese Fondue Seatings at 12, 1:30 & 3:00 Fondue class & wine pairing with Village Cheese Shop. $30 per couple. Reservations Requested. Sat 2/3 East End Oysters 2-5 pm Shucking demo and sparkling wine pairing. Q&A with the growers of these delectable treats. $15pp includes plate of oysters and a

glass of sparkling wine. Reservations Requested. Sun 2/4 Woman Wine & Cooking Classic 1-4pm A celebration of wine and women with chef Lorraine Girard/Buoy One – Princess Shortcake Catering, along with guest chefs for a cooking demonstration of delicious & nutritious foods paired with wine. Tarot card reading demonstration, finding the best swimsuit & stress reduction techniques $15pp/$10 for wine club members. Groups welcome. Reservations Requested. Sat 2/10 Cheese Fondue Seatings at 12, 1:30 & 3:00 Fondue class & wine pairing with Village Cheese Shop. $30 per couple. Reservations Requested. Sun 2/11 Chocolate Fondue Class 1- 4pm Seatings at 12:30 & 2:00. $25 per couple. Reservations Requested. Sat 2/17 East End Oysters 2-5 pm Shucking demo and sparkling wine pairing. Q&A with the growers of these delectable treats. $15pp includes plate of oysters and a glass of sparkling wine. Reservations Requested. Sat 2/17 Sultry Saturday 6:30-8:30pm Cooking class and wine pairing event. Join us for a Sultry Valentine aphrodisiac menu presented by Steve Biscari Amaral of Black Tie Caterers. Menu: Spicy Fried Local Oysters - Asian Mignonette, Warm Green Asparagus - Gorgonzola, Sun Dried Tomatoe and Toasted Almonds, Roast Carrot Risotto with Maple Glazed Pork Loin - Pate de Foie Gras & Wild Mushroom Crostini, Carrot Top Oil, Double Chocolate Amaretto Brownie - Balckberry-Balsamic Puree. $75.00 per person+tax RSVP by 2/15/07 Sun 2/18 Chocolate Fondue & Truffle Making Class Two seatings 12:30 & 2:30 $25 per couple. with Linda Slezak of the Red Barn B&B Sat 2/24 Cooking Demo with Blackwell’s chef Brian Burner. 1-4pm Complimentary, in the tasting room pavilion Sat 2/24 Cabaret, Cabernet & Cheese. 7-10pm Enjoy a relaxing night of Cabaret at the vineyard. $35pp/$30 for wine club members includes entertainment, a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay & a sampling of cheese. Reservations Requested. PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 Winterfest The North Sea Poetry Scene presents Poems On the Vine From 3 - 5 p.m. A Winterfest of 4 Sundays of Poetry Readings. For information to attend, please email:Thenorthseapoetryscene@hotmail.com or call: 631-204-1240: 2/18/07: Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, Marcia Slatkin, Mankh 2/25/07: Paula Camacho, J R Turek, Thad O’Neil 3/4/07: David A. Egan, Cliff Bliedner, Lynn Cohen 3/11/07: Barbara Hoffman, Edgar Carlson, Peter Dugan PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Winter Festival at Pindar Vineyards Focus on the sweetness of love-and the sweet sophistication of dessert wines. Taste our two beautiful and highly acclaimed Late Harvest dessert wines. The 2001 Late Harvest Gewurztraminer and the 2001 Johannesburg Riesling Ice Wine. Learn about these very sophisticated wines-how they are made-and experience, first hand, the joy they will bring to you and those you share them with. Passport Patrons - $4.00 per person General Public - $8.00 per person Annual Cabernet & Kisses throughout February Celebrate Red wines and Chocolate with our annual Cabernet & Kisses event in honor of Valentines Day and Heart month. Pair our Cabernet Port dessert wine with chocolate and see how each tastes better 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. February Winterfest Events Sat 2/3 Live Music with John Koo 11am - 6pm Complimentary Olive Oil Tastings along with our Homemade Italian Bread. Sat 2/10 & Sun 2/11 Valentines Day Weekend 11am - 6pm Come celebrate with us at Vineyard 48. Live Music by Michael Munzer, Complimentary Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Assorted Fruits. For your enjoyment we will have Live Entertainment all weekend. Hope to see you there. Sat 2/17 Mardi Gras Celebration 1pm - 6pm New Orlean's style food samples prepared by Yazoo City Free Mardi Gras Beads. Admission $5.00 Sat 2/24 Live Entertainment with Michael Munzer 11am - 6pm Complimentary Assorted Cheese Sampling. (Cheese Imported from Italy) WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm 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. Sun 2/11 Valentine’s Day Champagne & Chocolate Demonstration, food and wine pairing. Steve Jeanne Cuddy-Peretz, Pastry Chef at the Laundry Restaurant will demonstrate the art of seductive desserts. Set the mood this Valentine’s Day with Chocolate Mousse with fresh raspberries, Truffles rolled in Cocoa and her famous, Fudgy Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies topped with Ganache. Classes are held at 12:30 and 2:00 pm. Food is paired with Wölffer wines. $35.00 per person $25.00 for wine club members Sun 2/18 Celebrate Chinese New Year Demonstration, food and wine pairing. Steve Biscari-Amaral, Chef/Owner of Black Tie Caterers will demonstrate the art of Dim Sum. Learn how to make dumplings, potstickers, wontons and spring rolls filled with traditional and modern ingredients. Classes are held at 12:30 and 2:00 pm. Food is paired with Wölffer wines. $35.00 per person $25.00 for wine club members SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshops for February. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members are charged $5 an individual. Sat 2/3 Moonlight Owling 7:00 pm Bridgehampton Free for SOFO Members, $5.00 for non-members Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Listen for the whinnying sound of the Eastern Screech Owl or maybe even the seven-noted hoot of the Great Horned Owl on this nighttime owl-prowl that marks the beginning of our owls' courtship season. Joe, an expert birder, will present a brief slide show and then take you into the field to call owls in for actual sightings. Bring binoculars and a flashlight. This walk is for adults. Children over the age of 15 may attend. Visit this website for more detailed information about the Eastern Screech Owl you might be able to observe while on this walk: http://www.owlpages.com/owls.php?genus=Megascops&species=asio Sat 2/10 Playing Pretend: Build an Animal Face Mask 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. South Fork Natural History Museum Program Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. Chose from a variety of animals, such as frogs, butterflies and crabs to create your own colorful face mask. Learn about how these animals move, what they eat and other fascinating information about their life style. Join Lindsey for a fun morning of pretend looking through the eyes of animals found in your backyard. For children ages 4 to 7 years of age. For a simple description of what life is like as a crab, visit: http://library.thinkquest.org/CR0215242/crabs.htm Sat 2/17 Feeding Time at the Museum 10 a.m. to 11 a.m South Fork Natural History Museum Program Leaders: Crystal Possehl and Lindsey Rohrbach. Is a Spider Crab a spider? How does it eat? How does a hermit crab eat? For that matter, how does a salamander eat, and what about a frog? Join us for feeding time at the museum to find out who eats what and what might eat it. For children ages 3 to 6 years of age, limited to 8 children. (Feeding time at the museum will be repeated for

older children in the spring.) This is a good website to learn about the life and feeding habits of a frog http://www.tooter4kids.com/Frogs/general_information.htm Sat 2/24 Preview for Nighttime Salamander Walks to Vernal Ponds 10 a.m. South Fork Natural History Museum Program Leader: Crystal Possehl. A vernal pond or pool is an ephemeral wetland that holds water for just a few months and is dry for the remainder of the year. The lack of predatory fish in these crucial habitats provides a safe breeding area for salamanders. This slide program will look at the life of the vernal pond and lay the groundwork for the upcoming winter night forays in search of the breeding salamanders of Long Island whose lives depend on these fleeting pools of water. This slideshow is for both adults and children 5 years and up. For an insightful story about an adventure to a vernal pond, please visit: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/wrcf/keynotes/summer00/vernal_ponds.html EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. This month we will be viewing many of the ponds that grace our East End landscape. And to provide ample opportunities for you to get that essential outdoor exercise, a Thursday and two Sunday hikes have been added to the schedule. So, bundle up and join us! Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com. Sat 2/3 Big Reed Pond (3-4 miles) 10:00 am The first of a trio of pond explorations takes us to a National Registered Landmark, the tranquil body of water known as Big Reed Pond in Montauk in Theodore Roosevelt County Park. Meet at the park site off East Lake Drive, about 2 miles north of the intersection with Rt. 27 in Montauk. Look for the Nature Trails sign on the right and follow the dirt road to the parking area. Leader: Ray Hartjen 324- 2490 Wed 2/7 Oyster Pond (3-4 miles ) 10:00 am Woods, open fields, and great views along the way to Oyster Pond and back make for a jam-packed 3- 4 miles of great (but not difficult) hiking. Meet at Theodore Roosevelt County Park, off Montauk Highway, about 3 miles east of “downtown Montauk.” (Look for the park sign on left.) Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sat 2/10 Money Pond (5 miles ) 10:00 am Capt Kidd allegedly buried his treasure somewhere near Money Pond. Come help us check it out and complete the loop with spectacular views of the ocean and the more tangible “treasures” of Point Woods. Meet on Camp Hero Rd. off Rt. 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sun 2/11 Stony Hill Ramble (6 miles+ ) 10:00 am Rolling beech woods, winter-bare oaks, and a bit of farmland are the feature on this inland hike, as we explore the beauty of Amagansett’s Stony Hill woods. Brisk pace; bring food and water. Meet on the east side of Abraham’s Path, ¼ mile north of Town Lane in Amagansett. Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Wed 2/14 Long Pond Greenbelt (4 miles) 10:00 am On this special Valentine’s Day hike we will join members of the Southampton Trails Society on a hike through the Long Pond Greenbelt, followed by light refreshments at the Val Schaffner House in Bridgehampton. Meet at the house at 1061 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike (east side of highway) just north of Scuttlehole Rd. Address is on board nailed to tree. Follow the dirt road to the house. Leader: Ken Kindler 563-4354 Thurs 2/15 Seal Haulout Trail (2 miles ) 10:00 am If conditions are right, we will find seals relaxing on the rocks near the shore. Dress warmly with proper footgear for weather conditions. Don’t forget binoculars. Meet at Camp Hero Rd in Montauk, a right turn off Rt 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Ray Hartjen 324-2490 Sat 2/17 Chatfield’s Hole (3 miles ) 10:00 am Not a pond, but a beautiful glacial kettle hole surrounded by stately pine trees, Chatfield’s Hole was named after an early East Hampton settler. Purchased for preservation in 1976, the area around the hole is one of the town’s first open-space acquisitions. Meet at the kiosk parking area on route 114 at the intersection of Edward’s Hole Rd in East Hampton (2 miles north of Stephen Hands Path). Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Wed 2/21 Grace Estate (3-4 miles ) 10:00 am Water views, including the gem called Van Scoy’s Pond, are highlights of this moderately-paced hike through the preserved forest of the Grace Estate. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd, about 3/10 of a mile from Alewive Brook Rd intersection.

Leader: Glorian Berk 283-2638 Sat 2/24 Sammy’s Beach (3 miles) 10:00 am Join us for a brisk beach walk along the beautiful shoreline of Sammy's Beach and Three Mile Harbor wetlands. Meet at the end of Sammy’s Beach Road (a right turn off Old House Landing Road) via Alewive Brook Rd. in East Hampton. Leaders: Steve and Laurie Adler 329-2611 Sun 2/25 Inland Dunes of Napeague (6 miles ) 10:00 am A lovely experience awaits you, walking through inland dunes, upland woods, and swampland on this out-and-back hike with a loop in the middle. Take Rt 27 to Cranberry Hole Rd in Amagansett (a left fork) and go over the RR tracks. We will meet just east of the triangular intersection by Cross Highway to Devon. Leader: Ken Kindler 563-4354 Wed 2/28 Wainscott Village (3 miles) 10:00 am Celebrate old Wainscott with a stroll through an historic neighborhood, views of Georgica Pond and pastoral farms, and a walk along the ocean beach. Meet by the ocean at the end of Beach Lane. Leader: Nancy Kane 324-5799 There will be no meetings in February or March. The next meeting will be held on Monday, April 9th at 7:30 in the Springs Presbyterian Church, at which time the election of new officers will be held. Please plan to attend. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Thurs 2/1 STPS Annual Dinner and Raffle. 6:00 PM. Pierre’s Restaurant, 2468 Main St. Bridgehampton. For reservations please call Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 2/3 SOFO Surprise 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton. Hike through Vineyard Field into the unknown. 5 miles. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sat 2/3 Sarnoff Exploration Part I 10:00 am – 1:30 pm Meet at the Sarnoff Preserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead Traffic Circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring snacks and liquid. 7 plus miles through the heart of the pine barrens. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net Sat 2/3 Moonlight Hike 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm Join us for an evening hike by the light of the “Snow Moon”. Meet on Swamp Road, approximately ½ mile east of Rte 114, Sag Harbor. Call Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 2/4 Greenbelt North Loop 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Enjoy the winter magic of the Greenbelt’s ponds. Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor for this 5 mile hike with Bob Wolfram, 631-725-4237. Thurs 2/8 STPS Monthly Meeting 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Meet at town hall basement meeting room, Southampton. All are welcome, Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 2/10 Laurel Valley 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). Beautiful hike through wooded knolls and hollows. 4 miles, hilly terrain. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 2/10 Monthly Work Party Call Ken Kindler for details. 631-563-4354. Sun 2/11 Whiskey Hill in Silence 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm A quiet hike through the woods with spectacular views of fields, water, and an enormous glacial erratic. Meet at the end of Bridge Hill Lane (off Brick Kiln Road about ¼ mile south of Scuttlehole Road ). Joe Lane, 631-725-3942. Sun 2/11 Narrow Lane Clean-up 8:00 am Call Dai Dayton for location 631-537-0660. Wed 2/14 Valentine Surprise 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Hike a loop through the Greenbelt with a sweet surprise at the end. Meet at the Val Schaffner house. Long driveway to house is on east side of Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Tpk. about 100 yards north of Scuttlehole Road intersection. Ken Kindler, 631-563-4354. Sat 2/17 Hubbard/Sears Ramble 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Hike a 5 mile loop through two beautiful county parks. Glacial hills, ponds, forests, meadows, even a dam. Meet on Red Creek Road, 100 yards east of Rte 24, Hampton Bays. Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 2/17 Sarnoff Exploration Part II 10:00 am – 1:30 pm 7-8 miles

Meet at the Sarnoff Preserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of the traffic circle. Rain cancels, bring snacks and liquid. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844. Sun 2/18 Northwest Trek 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Hike through the heart of the Northwest, past ponds and pine forests. 5 mile hike with some hills. Meet at Chatfield’s Hole on Two Holes of Water Road (about 1/3 mile south of Swamp Road) East Hampton. Capt. Billy Schieldknecht, 631-725-2888. Sat 2/ 24 Long Pond Greenbelt Mid-Loop 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the end of Round Pond Lane (off Sagg Road), Sag Harbor. 5 mile hike over Ligonee Creek and past several ponds. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 2/25 Inland Dunes of Napeague 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society on a lovely 6+ mile hike walking through inland dunes, upland woods and swamplands. Meet on Cranberry Hole Road just east of the triangular intersection by Cross Highway, Amagansett. Ken Kindler, 631-563-4354. Sun 2/25 Horse Back Ride 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Leisurely ride west of the canal along portions of the Paumanok Path. Call Dai Dayton for meeting place, 631-537-0660 GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Free unless otherwise indicated. Ospreys Call For Volunteers (Again!) Dates TBA between 2/19-2/23 and 3/5-3/9 The Group for the South Fork is looking for team-oriented community members to help fix or replace osprey poles for the upcoming nesting season! Volunteers will join Group staff at one or more osprey pole sites on the South Fork. Dates and times will be scheduled based on pole locations and availability of volunteers. If you are interested in participating, please contact Kate Schertel as soon as possible at 631-537-1400 (x13) or kschertel@groupfortheosouthfork.org. PLEASE NOTE: This project involves heavy lifting and takes place in a cold, outdoor environment. Participants must be 18 years of age or older and must be physically fit. Both male and female volunteers are welcome! Say “Cheese!” Dates TBA 2/19-2/23 and 3/5-3/9 If you have any experience or skill in photography, please contact us to volunteer time photographing a team of volunteers fixing osprey poles in preparation for the upcoming nesting season. Photos will be kept on file at the Group's office and could be used in our upcoming newsletters or the local media! For more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-537-1400 (x 13) or kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sun 2/18 Help Wanted! Springs Trail Clean-Up Project 11 am to 1 pm Adults and young adults are welcome (and truly needed) to help Group for the South Fork staffers clean up a trail and surrounding woods behind Springs School! If you have heavy work gloves, please bring them. Cookies and hot chocolate provided. For more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 ext. 17, or acwright@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sun 2/25 Winter Wildlife Along Dune Road 8:30 am to 11 am Dune Road provides excellent wildlife-watching opportunities throughout the year. During this mid-winter search we hope to find harbor seals, loons, great blue herons, long-tailed ducks, marsh hawks, and perhaps a short-eared or snowy owl. Binoculars are required. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 (x15) or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org. THE MADOO CONSERVANY 618 Sagg Main Street, Sagaponack 537-8200 1:00pm - 5:00pm Sat May through September Madoo is an artist's garden. Admission: $10.00, fee is used for the garden maintenance. Photographs are permitted; strollers, dogs, children under 6 are not. Separate tours may be arranged for groups of 10 or more. Madoo Conservancy Winter Lecture Series 11:00 am at the Winter House 618 Sagg Main Street, Sagaponack Park on Sagg Lake Lane and walk to end of Madoo 2 driveway. $45 ea.; $35 for members Sun 2/11 - Jane Garmey Author of The Writer in the Garden and Great British Cooking: A Well-Kept Secret, garden columnist for Town & Country, contributor to the Wall Street Journal, and publisher of over 20 audio books, including The Voice of the Poet, will speak on garden

writers. Beverages & conversation with the speakers afterwards. $45 ea.; $35 for members Sun 2/25 Page Dickey Award-winning author of Breaking Ground: Protraits of Ten Garden Designers and numerous other books on gardening, lecturer, contributor to House Beautiful, House & Garden and Horticulture, and board member of the Garden Conservancy, will speak about her recent book, Gardens in the Spirit of Place. Beverages & conversation with the speakers afterwards. $45 ea.; $35 for members 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! Sat 2/3 Telescope Clinic 8:00pm – 10:00 pm Whether you just received the gift of a telescope, or have had one that you've been trying to get to work optimally, this event is for you. Bring your telescope to Custer and you'll receive personalized instruction on how to use it. Custer Board and Observatory Committee Member, Rich Huber, will lead the training team. Minimum suggested donation: $5 Custer Members, $10 Non-Members. For reservations, contact CusterDonna@yahoo.com. Sat 2/17 6:00 pm -7:30pm Cosmology - The Big Bang Theory This is the last in our series of six Introduction to Astronomy class sessions. Topics to be covered are: big bang theory, the expanding universe, dark energy & matter, relativity, cosmic string theory, exobiology and quantum phenomena. Instructor: Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., Custer Board Member and Observatory Director. Suggested Donation: $10 Custer Members; $13 Non-Members. In-Service Credit: If your district awards one credit for every 15 hours of instruction, one-tenth of a credit may be received for this lecture. 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 self-directed 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 Sat 2/3 & Sat 2/10 Secrets of the Skies Science Workshop 10:00- 11:00 am Blast off with CMEE as you learn about the secrets of the heavens. Each week learn about astronauts, planets, galaxies and stars. This week Sean Tvelia, a professor of Earth and Space Sciences at Suffolk Community College, will show you how to make a constellation mobile, and teach you all about the stars. Ages 7- 11 $20-members, $22 non-members per class *Scholarships are available* Please call (631)537-8250 Please register in advance Fri 2/23 Pizza & Pajama Night Join a special guest reader in the CMEE library for a reading of Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad in the Sky by Faith Ringgold. Pizza is served at 6pm, story begins at 6:30pm, followed by an art project. You Must register in advance. Pajama Night is FREE for Members, non-members $5 for children & $7 for adults pizza is FREE for everyone! Sun 2/25 Just Me and My Dad (or dad like friend) Workshop 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Ages: 4-11 This winter the focus is on the sky above. Learn and experiment with all kinds of astronomy-related projects. What is it like to live in space in a space station? Grow cool space crystals. Discover the different planets and their special properties. Create your own celestial lanyard. Design your own constellation mobile that really moves. Learn about stars and constellations. Guest teachers include a scientist from Brookhaven Laboratory, NASA and the Chandra Observatory. $20 members/ $22 non-members per session Tues 2/27 & Wed 2/28 After School Art Mural 3:30 pm-5:30 pm

Make a Mural That's Out Of This World - Turn CMEE's hallway into a cosmic space-way! Let your imaginations and (paint brushes soar). The skies the limit for creativity and fun. For ages 5 and olde. This special project is FREE and limited to 10 children Preregistration is required LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 In-Store Cooking Demonstrations Saturdays 12pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 2/3 In-store cooking demo featuring the Turbochef High Speed residential oven w/ Joan Taylor Wed 2/7 In store lunch demo for builders and contractors featuring the Turbochef High Speed residential oven - Pre-registration required Sat 2/10 In-store cooking demo w/ Cynthia Battaglia Sat 2/17 In-store cooking demo w/ Michael Vignapiano Wed 2/21 In store lunch demo for builders and contractors featuring the Turbochef High Speed residential oven - Pre-registation required Sat 2/24 In store guest chef cooking demo w/ Penn Hongthong WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm 2:00pm Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 2/6 Valentine's Dinner for Two There's nothing more romantic on Valentine's Day than a candlelit dinner for two. Our three-course meal rivals any that you'd enjoy in a fine restaurant. Arugula, Fennel, and Orange Salad, Mashed Potatoes and Celery Root and Beef Tenderloin with Bordelaise Sauce, Carmelized Carrots and Shallots. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 2/13 Asian Flavors: Lemongrass Prized for its mild lemon fragrance, lemongrass is a staple in Southeast Asia, where it is used to flavor soups, curry pastes and other preparations. Our recipes incorporate this aromatic herb into a variety of dishes. Chicken Coconut Soup with Lemongrass and Lemongrass Shrimp Skewers Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 2/20 Food Made Fast: Asian Cuisine Our Food Made Fast book series features quick-and-easy recipes for weeknight meals. This class highlights Asian dishes that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes - ideal for today's busy schedules. Cashew Chicken, Japanese Pork Katsu and Vegetable Chow Mein Presented by: Chef Micher Bacher Tues 2/27 Easy Asian Fare With a few key ingredients, it's easy to prepare Asian food at home. You'll be turning out exceptional dishes in no time. Szechwan Seard Tuna with Soy-Mustard Sauce, Hot-and Sour Soup, Japanese Cu cumber Salad, Pad Thai and Beef Salad. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 Sat 2/24 Author Reading 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Join author Pat S. Hodgeboom as she reads from, and shares the story of writing her novel, Idle Hours, the Grace and the Glory, which is about life at the famous Vanderbilt estate in Oakdale on Long Island's south shore known as Idle Hour. Friday at the Movies 6:30 – 8:30 pm Fri 2/2 The Guardian Action /adventure /drama starring Kevin Costner, Sela Ward and Ashton Kutcher. Directed by Andrew Davis. Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action/peril, brief strong language and some sensuality. Fri 2/9 Men at Work *Film Festival Selection* Iranian comedy /drama / political allegory directed by Mani Haghighi. In Farsi with English subtitles. Award winner at the Travis City Film Festival. Official Selection of the Tribeca Film Festival. Not Rated.

Fri 2/16 Hollywoodland Crime drama / history / mystery starring Adrien Brody, Diane Lane, Ben Affleck and Bob Hoskins. Directed by Allen Coulter. Rated R for language, some violence and sexual content. Thurs 2/22 Period Documentary: New York: The New Left Bank 7:00 pm In this 1964 film narrated by Edwin Newman, local filmmaker George Silano profiles six New York artists selected by the Whitney Museum as likely to succeed. They include James Rosenquist, Roy Lichtenstein, Alex Katz, Helen Frankenthaler, George Segal and Chuck Hineman. The artists are interviewed while at work in their studios. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 929-5875 Southampton Artists Association February Show 10:00 am-4:00 pm 1/30-2/25 The Artwork on display will be the Figure Drawing Classes that have been meeting at the Cultural Center all year. Fri 2/9 Opening reception to meet the Artists Mon 2/26 - Sun 03/11 “The Art Barge” 10am-4pm. Southampton Artists Association will be hosting “The Art Barge” featuring the work of Mabel D’Amico SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER 17 Meeting House Lane Southampton 283-2494 When Dreams Collide: Life, Art and the Pursuit of Happiness 1pm A conversation led by Independent curator Kathleen Goncharov with Alicia Longwell, Chief Curator, Parrish Art Museum, Leslie Close, Landscape Historian, Honorable Linda A. Kabot, Southampton Town Councilwoman David Martine, Artist and Director Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center conceived by Hope Sandrow to explore the myriad of perspectives of art to life explored in the exhibition Recollecting an American's Dream. $4, Free for members and children 17 and under. Hope Sandrow: Recollecting an America’s 1/ 20 through 3/10. Tue through Sat, 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and by appointment MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 Open Presidents Weekend. Sat 2/17 – Mon 2/19 11am-4pm ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 Sun 2/4 Assaff Weisman, Pianist 3:00 pm The Friends of the Rogers Memorial Library and The Music Festival of the Hamptons are pleased to present a return visit from Assaff Weisman, who will play works by Mozart, Ravel and others. A reception will follow. Wed 2/7 Bill Morgan, author of I Celebrate Myself: The Somewhat Private Life of Allen Ginsberg 12:00 pm Allen Ginsberg, who died in 1997, was America’s most influential poet since World War II. He was in the vanguard of every popular movement – from the emergence of the Beat generation to the countercultural revolution to the interest in Eastern spirituality. Bill Morgan, a writer with unparalleled access to Ginsberg’s inner circle as well as the poet’s journals and correspondence, has written an engaging and definitive biography – the most complete portrait of this complex man to date. Bring lunch; we’ll serve coffee and dessert. Documentary Series: Eyes on the Prize If you missed this important documentary series when it was released in 1986, join us for the classic six-part series documenting the brilliantly-told story of the civil rights struggle of the 1950s and 1960s. Directed by Judith Vecchione, Callie Crossley, James A. Devinney. We’ll serve movie snacks. 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Mon 2/5 Episode 1 - Awakening (1954-56) Episode 2 - Fighting Back (1957-62) Wed 2/7 Episode 3 - Ain’t Scared of your Jails (1960-61) Episode 4 - No Easy Walk (1962-66) Mon 2/12 Episode 5 - Mississippi: Is this America? (1962-64) Episode 6 - Bridge to Freedom (1965) Wed 2/14 Memorable Valentine’s Day Sweets for Everyday Cooks 12:00 pm Bring a bag lunch and join us for a lunchtime visit with Gabrielle Charvat, pastry chef at Annona, who will teach us how to make perfect, and perfectly delectable, pastry for all our loved ones. We’ll serve coffee and dessert. Tues 2/20 Mary Cummings, author of Hurricane in the Hamptons, 1938, 12:00 pm The 1938 hurricane, the most severe and terrifying storm to hit Long Island in living memory, struck on September 21, a day that

had dawned bright and fair. In “Hurricane in the Hamptons, 1938,” Mary Cummings tells the story of that day. Bring lunch and join us for a look back at a storm that will long remain a defining event on the East End. Mon 2/26 Favorite Films: First Light 2:00 pm 55 minutes Built in 1796 on a bluff overlooking Block Island Sound, the Montauk Point Lighthouse was the first beacon of light seen by thousands of immigrants as they began their new lives in America. Please join us for a documentary about its history, praised by Timothy Harrison (President, American Lighthouse Foundation) as “absolutely fantastic...the best ever to be released on the history of a single lighthouse.” We’ll serve movie snacks. Tues 2/27 Talking History: A Conversation with Mary Nardy Schader 12:00 pm Mary Nardy Schader entered the Women’s Army Corps (WACs) on December 7, 1943. Join us for a lunchtime reminiscence, moderated by RML’s Penny Wright, about her experiences serving overseas during World War II. Bring lunch; we’ll serve coffee, tea, and cookies. GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Puppet Play Groups - Children under three years and their grown-up. Mondays 9:30 am, Tuesdays 9:30 am & 3:30 pm, Fridays 9:30 pm Puppet Shows Saturdays (January–April) at 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Tickets are $10, $9 for Grandparents & $5 for children under 3 years. Discounts for members. Shows & schedule subject to change, please call ahead (631-725-4193). Our Puppet Theatre is intimate to avoid calamity, please call ahead to reserve your spot. Sat 2/3 Tucker’s Tales - Tales of Beatrix Potter ~ hometown.aol.com/tucktale Sat 2/10 The Story of King Midas Sat 2/17 Astrograss ~ astrograssmusic.com/kids Sat 2/ 24 The Three Little Pigs CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 2/3 8:00 pm & Sun 2/4 2:00 pm Eve Ensler´s Vagina Monologues Performances at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork. Tickets are $25.00 in advance at Canio´s Books. Fri 2/ 9 Novelist Gayle Brandeis reads from Self Storage 6:00 pm Sat 2/10 at 6:00 pm Novelist Paul Batista reads from his new book Death´s Witness Sat 2/17 at 6:00 pm Novelist Richard Rosenthal reads from and discusses Dandelion Wars about affordable housing in the Hamptons (and its not science fiction!) 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 Sat 2/3 1 Day Ext. Seabass 1am - 6pm 60 person @ $150 Fri 2/9 1 Day Ext. Georges 7:30pm - 2am 50 person @ $200 Sat 2/17 1 Day Ext. Seabass 1am - 6pm 60 person @ $150 Fri 2/23 – Sun 2/25 1 Day Ext. Georges 7:30pm - 2am 50 person @ $200 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 2/3 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm Music by Dunegrass / Chart Guthrie $10/$14 SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 Sun 2/4 Catch Super Bowl XLI at The Southampton Publick House Starting at 12:00 pm The Southampton Publick House celebrates Super Bowl XLI on Sunday, February 4th beginning at noon until the final whistle.

Spectators can catch the game and the "Road to the Super Bowl" including pre-pre and pre-game shows, and the kick-off show on one of nine TV screens with direct audio feed throughout the taproom. While watching the Colts and Bears compete for the winning title, enjoy $3 pints; $5 burger platters; $.25 wings and poppers; and half-time hors' d'ouevres and bar snacks. Specials will only be available in the Tap Room. Thurs 2/8 Eleventh Annual "Love Life & Lingerie" Fashion Show 7:00-9:00 pm Fashion Show and Chineese Auction. Every model in the show has somehow been affected by breast cancer, whether they themselves have had breast cancer or a loved one has - unfortunately, here on the east end of Long Island, the incidence of breast cancer is higher than other areas. The monies we raise will be used to help fund our "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" and "Lend a Helping Hand programs. These programs were created to help relieve the day to day pressures for breast cancer patients on the East End undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy. The programs provide varied services from transportation to doctors and treatments or assistance with house cleaning, baby sitters, food preparation, fuel bills, etc. One of the highlights of the event is a Chinese Auction. Our local business community is always extremely generous to us with donations of goods & services so the prizes are spectacular! We look forward to seeing you at the event and we hope to surpass last year's success. Tickets may be purchased at Catena's Market, The Southampton Publick House or the Breast Center at Southampton Hospital. We sell out early so don't forget to purchase them well in advance. Tickets are $40.00 each which includes admission, complimentary wine & beer along with hors d'oeuvres. Fri 2/9 Project Vibe From 10:30 pm Live music in the taproom. A funky reggae and rock band made up of former members of the local band Shockshine. The Publick House will also offer beer specials of $2 bottles of Southampton Secret Ale and Southampton IPA. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Thurs 2/1 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 2/2 Little Head Thinks 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Alternative/Rock Band/Cover and originals Sat 2/3 The Realm 9:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 The Realm is a local original rock/surfrock band with hints of Police style reggae. We've produced two records "Under the Sun" in 2000and Appearance Lied Again" in 2003. The band hails from the East end as well as NYC and have been performing high energy shows out here for the past few years. Thurs 2/8 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 2/9 Private Party 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $0 Fri 2/9 Same Difference 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Local Band Sat 2/10 Private Party 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $0 Sat 2/10 Mambo Loco 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Hot Latin rhythms performing their brand of Cuban, Puerto Rican and South American favorites. Bring your honey and dance moves for this special evening of fun and dancing!! Thurs 2/15 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 2/16 Army of Me 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 "With nods to Radiohead, the band has already accomplished its goal of writing smart catchy pop tunes." - Village Voice. “Vince Scheuerman has a voice that can bend a melody like Thom Yorke and carry a Boxcar of emotion like Morrissey.� - Washington Post Fri 2/16 Jon Cleary 10:30 pm Gen Admin: $15 That New Orleans produces the world's funkiest rhythm sections was an unassailable truism long before rock'n' roll, as well as after. One wonders if, with all the city's post-Katrina challenges, the lineage can continue. Such worries were put off on Friday, though, as Jon Cleary and his Absolute Monster Gentlemen shook the chandeliers at Coda as if the Manhattan club were an especially busy bordello. The Cleary foursome's groove is tight but loose, with the way the air moves around the beat being the Crescent City's secret spice. Yet, true to their ideal name, the group has gentler virtues to go along with that monstrous pulse. The rhythm eventually got Fridaynight dirty in "Unnecessarily Mercenary," but the tag-team vocals that introduced the song were Sunday-morning sweet. Sat 2/17 Stiltz 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $10

Rock & Roll Sat 2/17 X Frames 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Rock & Roll Thurs 2/22 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 2/23 8:00 pm Steve Coss (acoustic blues) 9:30 The Levellers (power trio of originals-Jake and Chuck) 11:00 pm Liquid Phase (originals and some covers) 12:30-??? All-Star Blues Jam Gen Admin: $10 Sat 2/24 David Honsberg 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 David Honsberg was a founding member of the country/blues/rock band the Don't Quit Your Day Job Players, writing crowd favorites "Brown-Haired Woman" and "When the Magic Goes Away," among others. Sat 2/24 Little Head Thinks 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Alternative/Rock Band/Cover and originals

March GUILD HALL Woodhouse and Moran Galleries 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Guild Hall is happy to announce that it’s STUDENT ARTS FESTIVAL, now in its 15th year, celebrating the creativity of our young artists throughout the months of January, February and March. This year Guild Hall will offer two separate exhibitions for different age groups, offering students a broader range of possibilities, more room for installations of all sizes and shapes, and increased focus on the talents specific to each age level. Sat 2/17 – Sun 3/11 15th Annual Students Art Festival (Part II Grades 9-12) Opening Reception Fri 3/2 5:00 pm PART II will focus exclusively on the art of our gifted High School students, grades 9 – 12, from February 17 to March 11. This format will spotlight the diverse interests of our young adults in numerous fields including photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, and more. Sat 3/24 – Sat 4/21 The 69th Annual Guild Hall Members Exhibition I – Artists A-L Sat 3/24 Opening reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm The 69th Annual Guild Hall Member’s Exhibition is the oldest non-juried exhibition remaining on Long Island. It is also an especially meaningful show to us, as it allows Guild Hall to directly engage with the artistic community that helps support and inspire this institution all year long. With more and more artists participating every year, we hope that you’ll be one of them! For 2007 only, the show has been organized into two separate groups: Member’s Show I (last names A-L) from March 24 through April 21, 2007 and Member’s Show II (last names M-Z) from May 5 – June 2. Awards recipients will be announced during the opening receptions: Member’s Show I on Saturday, March 24th, 4-6PM and Member’s Show II on Saturday, May 5, 4-6PM. The two Top Honors winners will each be awarded a solo exhibition in the Museum the following year. Winners of the Catherine and Theo Hios Landscape Award will each receive a check for $250.00. Additionally, there are awards in the following categories: Best Representational Painting, Best Abstract Painting, Best Sculpture, Best Work on Paper, Best Mixed Media, Best Photograph and numerous Honorable Mention citations. While the Member’s Show will look a bit different this year, we expect it will two times the usual excitement and vitality. We look forward to seeing old friends, meeting new artists, and sharing a dynamic 69th Annual Member’s Exhibition with you all. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Fourth Annual Free Winter Film Series on Sunday Nights in The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall 7:00 pm First Run, Award Winning, Independent Films Presented by Guild Hall and the East Hampton Library. Seating is Limited. Sun 3/4 Be With Me A film by Eric Khoo “Will hypnotize and fill you with constant emotions and pure sensations.” – Premiere Magazine Winner, Stockholm Film Festival Winner, Indianapolis Int’l Film Festival Winner, Best Director, Torino Film Festival. Be With Me is a

tapestry of three stories woven around the themes of love, hope, tragedy and redemption. Although the main characters come from different backgrounds and lead different lives, they are bound by one common desire—to be with their loved one. Unbeknownst to them, these different souls will share the same stage in a play written by Fate. The protagonists in the movie are fictitious bar one— Theresa Chan, a courageous deaf and blind woman whose life inspired the film. Sun 3/11 Monster Thursday A film by Arild Ommundsen. Three friends, one love triangle and the quest for the perfect wave. Winner, Official Selection, Sundance Film Festival. Official Selection, Iceland Int’l Film Festival. Official Selection Cleveland Int’l Film Festival. Old friends Even and Tord live on the Norway coast. A handsome career guy and excellent surfer, Tord marries Karen, who Even has always loved. Despite the fact the Karen is expecting a child; Tord goes away on a business trip to Singapore and asks Even to look after Karen while he is gone. With Tord away, Even decides to make his move—he even decides to learn to surf to impress Karen. But which way will the ways break? Sun 3/18 AALTRA Directors Benoit Delephine & Gustave Kervern. “If you’re not laughing yet, you soon will be, as this is one of funniest black comedies in some time.” Time Out New York. “Hilarious!” The Village Voice. Winner, Best Belgian Actor, Belgian Academy Awards. Official Selection, Tribeca Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival. In this irreverent road movie, comedians Benoit Delephine and Gustave Kervern, who wrote, directed and co-star, show a distinct flair for understated physical comedy and defiantly non-political correct humor. Two rural neighbors who hate each other come to blows one day on a farm and get tangled up in an agricultural tractor, leaving them both paralyzed, and wheel-chair bound, and simmering with spite. Rather than feel sorry for themselves, the embittered paraplegics decide to roll across Europe to see revenge against the tractor’s manufacturer. Sun 3/25 Something Like Happiness Written and directed by Bohdan Slama. Czech Republic: Czek with English subtitles. Monika, Tonik and Dash grew up together in the same housing project on the outskirts of a small industrial city. Now the childhood friends are adults, each struggling with feelings of desire and loneliness, longing and failure. Though none would admit it, each craves something the other one has and it’s these unspoken longings which bind them in difficult, complex and passionate friendships. Vibrant and deeply affecting, Something Like Happiness is a funny, tender, and very human drama of passions and lives half understood and veering out of control, shadowed by tragedy, shot through with hope. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The Boots Lamb Education Center 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. Tues 3/6 Glengary Glen Ross by David Mamet Lead Artist: Michael Nathanson, Featuring Joe DeSane, Peter Fitzgerald, Josh Perl, Jonathan Peters, Josh Gladstone and an ensemble cast TBA. This scalding comedy took Broadway and London by storm and won a Pulitzer Prize. Never has the author's ear for the rhythms of contemporary speech been more keen than in this tale of cutthroat competition among real estate salesmen. Roma is in the lead for the monthly sales award, a new Cadillac, while former top salesman Shelly Levene is riding a streak of bad luck. They are dependent on Williamson to give them hot leads, and Williamson ruthlessly pits them against each other. "Crackling tension ... ferocious comedy and drama." N.Y. Times. "Wonderfully funny.... A play to see, remember and cherish." N.Y. Post. Tues 3/13 An Evening of Irish Lore Featuring Readings of J.M. Synge and Other Irish Writers Lead Artist: Peter Fitzgerald. An evening of excerpts from the classic Irish Theatre in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, featuring readings from J.M. Synge’s RIDERS TO THE SEA and DEIRDRE OF THE SORROWS among other works. Read by an ensemble cast TBA. Tues 3/27 Fools by Neil Simon Lead Artist: Kate Mueth. Featuring Michael Nathanson, Josh Perl, Josh Gladstone and an ensemble cast TBA. To the denizens of a village cursed by the plague of stupidity, life is an unbroken line of non sequiturs and dumb jokes. In Kulyenchikov, reason is unreasonable and common sense is uncommon. The trains don't stop there. When Tolchinsky, the schoolmaster, arrives with a mission

to lift the curse -- determined to last through one night, as none before him -- and to prove that knowledge is everybody's birthright. Thursdays 3/8 – 4/5 Seeing and Sketching with Artist Linda Capello 3:30 - 5 pm The Artful Observer in The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall. KIDS! Get in touch with your powers of observation by learning to look, identify and interperet the world around you. Multi-media, Portraiture, Anatomy, Fugure Drawing , Still Lifes and More! Wednesdays 3/7 – 4/4 Winter Works: Art for Kids with Karyn Mannix 3:30 - 5:30 pm Develop artistic skills by exploring sculpture, painting, watercolor, printing and much more in this popular afterschool art class! at The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall Free Mondays 3/12, 3/26, 4/9, 4/23, 5/7 & 5/21 Roots, Rhymes and Riddles: Storytelling for Tots 3:30 pm 4:30 pm Members of the East Hampton Library and Guild Hall staff will read selections from popular literature for children ages 3 and up in the Boots Lamb Education Center. Readings are following by fun, fantastical film shorts for wee ones. Ages 3-6 Children must be accompanies by a guardian. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm The 2007 School Art Show Sat 1/27 – Sun 3/4 For 30 years the Parrish Art Museum has reserved a space in its calendar for local school artwork. From floor to ceiling the walls are covered with these vibrant works. Thursdays, March 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 Creative Art Workshops for Children Age 2 and 3 with Adult Caregiver 10 to 10:45 am Children and adult caregivers will explore the concepts of colors and shapes through art activities including painting, modeling clay, and collage with art educator, Erin O’Connor. In addition, O’Connor will lead the class in singing and movement activities. Space is limited to 10 students and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. $25 Parrish Members $35 Non-Members Fri 3/2 Fridays @ Lunch Time: Design Winners and Losers 12:00 pm A minor change can be the difference between perfection and a flawed design. Here we will consider some recent successes and failures, as well as modifications, to our favorite designs. Free with Museum Admission Fri 3/2 Fabulous Fridays for Families 6:30 to 8:30 pm Families can enjoy an evening of music, stories, and humor with musician and storyteller Hawk Henries. A native of the Nipmuck Nation, Hawk has traveled all around the country sharing his music and handmade flutes. Each flute is created from a single piece of wood, using only hand tools and fire. Hawk’s interactive performance will captivate the audience with his enthusiasm, wonderful music, and beautiful instruments. There will be a variety of activities including art making workshops and demonstrations. Light refreshments will also be served. No advance registration is required. Free for Parrish Members $5 Non-Members Saturdays 3/3 – 3/24 Card Making Workshop for children ages 8 and up 11 am to Noon Your child can put his or her imagination to work in this creative card making workshop. Students will work in paint, collage and printmaking, while creating a beautiful set of cards to bring home. Techniques explored will include Chinese watercolor painting, foam plate printing, and collograph printing. Space is limited to 12 students and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. $35 for Parrish Members $55 Non-Members Fri 3/9 Business Council Networking Event: Two Forks and a Cork 6 to 8 pm Join fellow business people at this annual cocktail party where guests can network while enjoying regional wines and food from the North and South Forks. This event has been organized with the help of the Long Island Wine Council, and features several area vineyards. $25 Business Council Members $35 Non-Members Four free tickets to new joins Sun 3/18 David Ebner, Craft Artist, Studio Tour 2 pm Tour the studio of one of America’s foremost contemporary furniture makers, whose work has been shown in many national museums, including the National Collection of Fine Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC; Exploration II; and the American Crafts Museum, New York, NY. Exclusively for Members at the $500 Contributor level and higher Sun 3/18 Family Fun Day: Fun with Portraiture 2 to 4 pm Join artist Linda Capello for a tour of the exhibition and an art-making workshop inspired by her work. Capello spent 20 years as a

fashion illustrator and now a portrait artist and teacher working in charcoal, pastels, and pencils. No advance registration is required.Free for Parrish Members | $5 Non-Members Sat 3/24 “Spring Fling” 7:30 to 11 pm Get your tickets now for another night of dancing and celebrating at this year’s Spring Fling, our popular community party announcing spring’s arrival. Celebrate on "The Soul Train" and get down with an evening of soul, funk and disco hits performed by the 727 Band. Enjoy an open bar and delicious hors d'oeuvres, and cast your bid on extraordinary items in our Silent Auction as you join Co-Chairs Susan Davis and Nancy Hardy, along with Vice Chairs Christine Curiale, Leslie Halsted, Leith McLoughlin, Robin Pauli and Maryanne Robinson at this popular annual party. The celebration will take place in the Museum concert hall and galleries, where works from young artists will be on view in The Third Annual High School Exhibition and Competition. The Silent Auction features extraordinary goods and services donated by the local East End business community. Proceeds from this event benefit the Museum’s ongoing educational programming.For further information, please call the Special Events office at 631-283-2118, ext. 41 or e-mail specialevents@parrishart.org. Tickets can be purchased online at parrishart.org. Tickets $85 Parrish Members | $135 Non-Members | $175 Patrons All tickets purchased at the door are $150 Sat 3/31 Private Exhibition Preview of Raymond Loewy: Designs for a Consumer Culture 5:00 pm Premier members will enjoy a personal tour with the exhibition curator Glenn Porter, PhD, director emeritus of the Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington, Delaware. Exclusively for Contributor ($500) level members and higher. Sat 3/31 Raymond Loewy: The Ultimate Stylist Members-Only Opening Lecture 6:00 pm Glenn Porter, PhD, is a leading expert on the history of Loewy’s life and work and one of the organizing curators of the exhibition. This illustrated presentation will explore the life and work of this prolific, innovative, and single-minded designer. Exclusively for Parrish Members CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 3/3 Historian Joseph Zaykowski and Dorothy Zaykowksi present an Early History of North Haven 6:00 pm Sat 3/17 Terry Sullivan celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a program of Irish history and folk tunes. Donations accepted. 6:00 pm Fri 3/30 Unitarian Universalist minister Alison Cornish and Imke Littman discuss their recent experience in New Orleans with JustWorks Workcamp. 6:00 pm Sat 3/31 Live concert with Starlight Tyler and Company 6:00 pm Starlight, a soulful North American Indian singer blends classic jazz with earthy blues and delivers it with a prolific storytelling ending. A donation will be asked. THE PICTURE SHOW AT BAY STREET THEATRE Admission: $5.00 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 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 725-3535. Fri 3/2 Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life Sat 3/3 Monty Python’s The Holy Grail Fri 3/9 Nashville Sat 3/10 M.A.S.H. Fri 3/16 The Big Sleep Sat 3/17 The Maltese Falcon Fri 3/30 Roman Holiday Sat 3/31 The Big Country 7 pm $50 The Big Country will be followed by a discussion of Hollywood: Then and Now with Alec Baldwin and Jeffrey Lyons.

THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 Friday at the Movies pm Free Fri 3/2 The Prestige 6:30 -8:30 pm Drama /fantasy /thriller starring Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Piper Perabo, Scarlett Johansson and David Bowie. Directed by Christopher Nolan. Rated PG-13 for violence and distrubing images. Fri 3/9 Dear Mr. President 6:30 -8:30 pm *Film Festival Selection* American documentary directed by Debra Sugarman. A selection of the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Not Rated. Fri 3/16 Man of the Year 5:30 -7:30 pm Comedy / drama / thriller starring Robin Williams, Laura Linney, Christopher Walken and Lewis Black. Directed by Barry Levinson. Rated PG-13 for language including some crude sexual references, drug related material, and brief violence. Fri 3/23 Everyone's Hero 6:30 -8:30 pm Rated G. Film will be shown on the big screen with stereo sound in the 3rd-floor Rotunda. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Fri 3/30 Happy Feet 6:30 -8:30 pm Rated PG. Film will be shown on the big screen with stereo sound in the 3rd-floor Rotunda. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Sun 3/4 Cherish the Ladies 1:00 pm A spectacular blend of traditional Irish music, beautiful vocals, captivating arrangements, and stunning step dancing. Cherish The Ladies combines all the facets of traditional Irish culture and puts it forth in an immensely humorous and entertaining package. Named Best Group of the Year 2002 by the BBC. Great for the whole family (ages 3 and up suggested). Adults $12, Kids $12 Sun 3/25 Stone Soup and Other Stories 1:00 pm A Pushcart Players Production - a charming collection of folk tales from around the world brought to life with fantasy, humor, color and wit. Ages 4-8. Adults $12, Kids $12 www.pushcartplayers.org Sun 3/11 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME BEGINS/ SPRING FORWARD! TURN YOUR CLOCKS AHEAD ONE HOUR NOTE: Because DST was moved up three weeks, you may need to adjust the time on your computer, cell phone, etc . ROSS SCHOOL'S CENTER FOR WELL BEING 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton 907-5407 Mon 3/19 Scotland's Gordonstoun School Performs "Macbeth -- That Old Black Magic" 7:00 pm Approximately 90 minutes in length, Macbeth is a fast moving and dynamic show with a live band performing Sinatra songs as an ironic commentary on the action of the play. First performed at the Edinburgh fringe festival in 2006, Gordonstoun School now brings "The Scottish Play" to the Ross School as the first stop on its USA tour. "This production should change the mind of anyone who thinks Shakespeare is dull or boring." Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for children 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 3/3 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm Huntingtones / Annette Kirk $10/$14 EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Fri 3/9 Winter Lecture Series at Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton 7:00pm Hurricane! The famous storm of '38, by Richard Hendrickson. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshops for February. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members $5 Sat 3/3 Eastern Tiger Salamander Search 7:30 p.m. Bridgehampton

Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. Herpetologist and SOFO President, Andy Sabin, will take us into the nighttime woods in search of the largest of our native salamanders, the endangered Eastern Tiger Salamander. Don’t miss the rare opportunity to see this salamander as it makes its way to the pond to mate and to lay its eggs. Please bring a flashlight and wear boots, as late winter rains will make the ground soggy. Walk is dependent on the occurrence of heavy rains. To visit the New York State’s Environmental Conservation Website about this fascinating salamander, go to: http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dfwmr/wildlife/endspec/tisafs.html Sat 3/10 Blue-spotted Salamander Search 7:30 p.m. Montauk Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. Montauk is one of the few places in the world where the Blue-spotted Salamander, in its purebred form, can be found. Join SoFo on our nighttime foray with Andy Sabin, “Mr. Salamander,” as we search for this unique species. Walk is dependent on the occurrence of heavy rains. All the salamanders are important. Go to this to learn about the Blue-spotted Salamander: http://www.state.nj.us/dep/fgw/ensp/pdf/end-thrtened/blsptsalamander.pdf Sat 3/17 Eastern Bluebird Walk 9 a.m. South Fork Natural History Museum Walk Leader: Joe Guinta. In this program, learn all about our native Eastern Bluebird from Joe Giunta. First Joe will offer a short Bluebird slide-program, and then it's off to see this cavity-nesting bird of open country and woodland edge firsthand. For information and photos about the Eastern Bluebird, go to: http://www.birds.cornell.edu/BOW/EASBLB/ Sat 3/24 Spotted Salamander Search 7:30 p.m Bridgehampton Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. On this walk, see the Spotted Salamander. The Eastern Tiger Salamander and the Blue-spotted Salamander are all called mole salamanders because each spends most of its time underground. After heavy rains, in late winter or early spring, they all come out of there burrows to mate, thus all three salamander walks are weather dependent. Please bring a flashlight and wear boots, as late winter rains, prior to the walk, will make the ground soggy. To learn about the Spotted Salamander, please visit: http://www.uga.edu/srel/spotted_salamander.htm Sat 3/31 How Glaciers Shaped our Landscape 10 a.m. Montauk Workshop Leader: Jim Ash. This overview of our local geology will teach you how the glaciers created and shaped the South Fork. Learn about slump blocks, sag ponds, kettle holes and glacial erratics as geological components of the land on which we live. Good information about glaciers can be found at: http://www.nsidc.org/glaciers/ EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. This month we will be viewing many of the ponds that grace our East End landscape. And to provide ample opportunities for you to get that essential outdoor exercise, a Thursday and two Sunday hikes have been added to the schedule. So, bundle up and join us! Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com. Sat 3/3 Long Pond Greenbelt (3or 5 miles) 10:00 am 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. Choose the shorter 3 mile version, or continue on for the full 5 miles. Meet at the entrance to Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Leader: Ken Kindler (631) 563-4354 Wed 3/7 Northwest Waterways (4 miles) 10:00 am Our walk will take us past Scoy's Pond (where we see signs of beaver activity), Scoy's run, Alewive Brook, and along Northwest Harbor beach. Along the way we will have a look at Alewive Pond. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Road, about 3/10 of a mile from the Alewive Brook Road intersection. Leader: Nancy Kane (631) 324-5799 Sat 3/10 Stony Hill/Jacobs Farm (3-4 miles) 10:00 am On this somewhat vigorous walk, we will traverse two forests of contrasting aspects and atmosphere: the rolling bush (hilly) forest of Stony Hill and the flat oak forest of Jacob’s Farm. Meet on Red Dirt Road about ¼ mile east of Accabonac Highway. Leader: Jim Zajac (631) 324-2425 Wed 3/14 Seal Haulout Trail (2 miles) 10:00 am If conditions are right, we will find seals relaxing on the rocks near the shore. Dress warmly with proper footgear for weather conditions. Don’t forget binoculars. Meet at Camp Hero Rd in Montauk, a right turn off Rt 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Eva Moore (631) 238-5134 Sat 3/17 Fish Factory Hike (2.5 - 4 miles) 10:00 am Join us for a tour of saltwater marshes and historic buildings in the backwoods of Amagansett. Tidal conditions will dictate the final route, which can be as much as 4 miles if high tides cause a 1 ½ mile detour. Wear proper footgear. Meet in the parking area at the intersection of Cranberry Hole Rd and Napeague Meadow Rd in Amagansett. Leader: Nick Stephens (631) 267-6342

Wed 3/21 Hither Woods Ramble (4 miles) 10:00 am Celebrate the first day of spring with a moderately-paced hike in beautiful Hither Woods. We will go along Riah’s Ridge, traverse Laurel Canyon, and stop to pet the famous Lost Boulder. Meet at parking area at Montauk Recycling Center, north side of Montauk Highway, 2 miles east of Hither Hills Overlook, Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093 Sat 3/24 Northwest Delights (4 miles) 10:00 am The leaders invite us to explore some of their favorite woodland paths and beaches. Moderate to fast pace; bring refreshing drinks and trail snacks. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd, about 3/10 of a mile from the intersection with Alvewive Brook Rd in EH. Leaders: Jeri Wellman & Nick Bryan (631) 324-9290 Wed 3/28 Grace Estate to Cedar Point Park (4 - 5 miles) 10:00 am We will wend our way through the scenic Grace Estate and take the connecting path into Cedar Point Park and up to the bluffs for a breathtaking view of Gardiner’s Bay. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd, about 3/10 of a mile from Alewive Brook Rd intersection. Leader: Cliff Bekkedahl (631) 267-7646 Sat 3/31 Morton Wildlife Refuge (3 miles) 10:00 am Join the Southampton Trails Preservation Society on a nature and exercise walk where we will admire the daffodils and feed the friendly chickadees. (BYO sunflower seeds.) Some beach walking involved. Meet in the parking lot of the refuge on Noyac Road in Noyac. Leader: Joe Lane (631) 725-3942 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Thurs 3/1-S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting. 7 pm-9 pm Meet at the Town Hall lower level meeting room, Southampton. All are welcome. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 3/3-SOFO Surprise. 9AM-11AM. Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton Tpk., Bridgehampton. Hike through Vineyard Field to the unknown. 5 miles. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sat 3/3-Sarnoff Exploration. 10AM-1:30 pm Meet at the Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead Traffic Circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring snacks and liquids. 7+ miles through the heart of the pine barrens. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net. Sun 3/4-The Ponds Hike. 1PM-3:30 pm How many ponds can we see and name in the Greenbelt? (There will be a test at end of hike!) Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. Bill Shildknecht, 631-725-2888 or 631-725-5861. Wed 3/7-Northwest Waterways. 10 am-12 pm Join our friends from East Hampton Trails Preservation Society to see the handiwork of the beavers of Scoy Pond. 4 miles, some beach walking. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Road about 3/10 of a mile from the Alewife Brook Road intersection. Nancy Kane, 631-324-5799. Sat 3/10-Secrets of the Woods. 10 am-12 pm Learn the secrets of Barcelona Neck with its rich human and natural history. Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Club parking lot on Barcelona Point Road (off Rte. 114), Sag Harbor. 5 miles, some hills. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sat 3/10-Monthly Work Party. Call Ken Kindler for details, 631-563-4354. Sun 3/11-Narrow Lane Cleanup. Help clean our adopted road. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 3/11-Barrel Hill. 10 am-12 pm Hike Barrel Hill and the new Paumanok Path connection. 4-5 miles with some hills. Meet on Edge of Woods Road (where the power lines cross), Southampton. Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 3/17-St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. 10 am-12 pm ‘Tis a great day when we have Himself (Joe Lane) to read a little poem and lead a little hike. Meet at Sag Harbor Industries on Bridgehampton Tpk. (across from Verizon building). 5 miles some hills. 631-725-3942.

Sat 3/17-Sarnoff Exploration. 10:00 am-1:30 pm Meet at the Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead Traffic Circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring snacks and liquids. 7+ miles through the heart of the pine barrens. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net. Sun 3/18-Elliston Park. 10 am-12 pm Meet at the park entrance on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. Hike through the woods past beautiful ponds and Wolf Swamp. 4 miles, some hills. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376. Sat 3/24-Laurel Valley. 10 am-12 pm Join us for the first hike of Spring in beautiful Laurel Valley. Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 3/24-Northwest Horseback Ride. 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Meet at the intersection of Merchants Path and Wainscott Harbor Road. BYO horse. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 3/25-Long Pond Greenbelt North Loop 10 am-12 pm Hike through this unique gift from the glacier. 5 miles. Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. Bob Wolfram, 631-725-4237. Sat 3/31-“Dancing With Daffodils” 10 am-12 pm Join hikers from East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at Morton’s Wildlife Refuge on Noyac Road, Noyac. Join us for our annual tradition. 3 miles, some beach walking, (bring some sunflower seeds for the birds). Joe Lane, 631-725-3942. GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 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 Ospreys Call for Volunteers (Again!) Dates TBA between March 5-9 The Group for the South Fork is looking for team-oriented community members to help fix or replace osprey poles for the upcoming nesting season! Volunteers will join Group staff at one or more osprey pole sites on the South Fork. Dates and times will be scheduled based on pole locations and availability of volunteers. If you are interested in participating, please contact Kate Schertel as soon as possible at 631-537-1400 (x13) or kschertel@groupfortheosouthfork.org. PLEASE NOTE: This project involves heavy lifting and takes place in a cold, outdoor environment. Participants must be 18 years of age or older and must be physically fit. Both male and female volunteers are welcome! Say “Cheese!" Dates TBA between March 5-9 If you have any experience or skill in photography, please contact us to volunteer time photographing a team of volunteers fixing osprey poles in preparation for the upcoming nesting season. Photos will be kept on file at the Group's office and could be used in our upcoming newsletters or the local media! For more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-537-1400 (x 13) or kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sun 3/25 Woodcocks at Dusk (6 to 7:15 p.m.) As day becomes night, male woodcocks spiral up to the clouds striving to win over potential mates with their complex aerial display. Join us as we observe the entertaining courtship flights of the American woodcock. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 (x15) or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sat 3/31 Stony Hill Preservation in Action 11:00 am – 1:00 pm The open fields, thick woods and agricultural land of Stony Hill blend diverse habitats but also tell the story of public and private preservation over the last 30 years. This late-winter hike will take us through one of the largest stands of mature American Beech on the South Fork as we examine how preservation and land use have evolved to create a mixture of open space and agricultural preserve. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-537-1400 ext. 12, or jsamuelson@groupforthesouthfork.org. MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 Starting Sat 3/17 Open Weekends 10:30am-4:30pm

45TH ANNUAL ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE IN MONTAUK Sun 3/25 668-1578 12:30 pm Sponsored by The Friends of Erin. In cooperation with the Friends of Erin the Montauk Chamber of Commerce will sell souvenir St. Patrick's Day mugs and ladle chowder and soup in front of the Chamber building before the Parade begins starting about 1111:30am. 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 self-directed 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 Sat 3/3 Planetarium at CMEE 10:00 am – 10:30 am, 11:00 am – 11:30 pm, 12:00 noon – 12:30 pm Imagine Earth were a distant place you once called home but could never visit again? It is this scenario that sets the stage for “Earth’s Wild Ride,” a new movie that will immerse you in a 3-D tour of Earth’s history and natural wonders. David Cohn Director of the Tupper Planetarium in Centereach, NY teams up with e-Planetarium to bring a portable dome theater to CMEE. This event is FREE w/ admission $5 for children, $7 adults FREE for members You MUST register in advance Seating is limited Sun 3/25 Just Me and My Dad (or dad like friend) Workshop 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Ages: 4-11 This winter the focus is on the sky above. Learn and experiment with all kinds of astronomy-related projects. What is it like to live in space in a space station? Grow cool space crystals. Discover the different planets and their special properties. Create your own celestial lanyard. Design your own constellation mobile that really moves. Learn about stars and constellations. Guest teachers include a scientist from Brookhaven Laboratory, NASA and the Chandra Observatory. 25 $20 members/ $22 non-members per session GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Puppet Play Groups - Children under three years and their grown-up. Mondays 9:30 am, Tuesdays 9:30 am & 3:30 pm, Fridays 9:30 pm Puppet Shows Saturdays (January–April) at 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Tickets are $10, $9 for Grandparents & $5 for children under 3 years. Discounts for members. Shows & schedule subject to change, please call ahead (631-725-4193). Our Puppet Theatre is intimate to avoid calamity, please call ahead to reserve your spot. Sat 3/3 The Kapok Tree Sat 3/10 The Deedle Dees ~ thedeedledeedledees.com Sat 3/17 Dreamlike Puppet Theatre Sat 3/24 Little Red Ridinghood Sat 3/31 The Czech American Marionette Theatre ~ czechmarionettes.org 5TH ANNUAL HAMPTONS RESTAURANT WEEK Sun 3/25 – Sun 4/1 From Sunday to Sunday, all participating restaurants offer a three course prix fixe for $21.95 all night (except Saturday when it will only be offered until 7 PM) Each restaurant offers their own unique menu selections and selected restaurants will offer a special discounted bottle of Long Island Wine. Hamptons Restaurant Week is not a restaurant only campaign, it has since expanded to include wine, lodging (including the Mill House inn) and retail.

THE EAST END ARTS COUNCIL--133 E. Main St., Riverhead 727-0900 www.eastendarts.org LONG ISLAND WINE COUNTRY WINTER FESTIVAL 477-8493 The Long Island Culture & Wine WINTERFEST is your chance to experience the beauty and culture of the East End of Long Island, New York area. The WINTERFEST has a wide range of events taking place through March 25th. Concerts, historic tours, dance and art exhibits are made all the sweeter when combined with unique offers made to you by famous restaurants, hotels, bed & breakfasts, wineries and local shops. Treasure Hunt For the duration of WINTERFEST there will be a treasure hunt that runs through the North and South Forks. Parents and kids can pick up a “Treasure Map” that gives clues to hidden treats found at various east end venues. The first 300 people to pick up these maps receive a free East End Experience card (a $25 value). The Card entitles the holder to various discounts and offers throughout the East End at participating hotels, restaurants, gift shops etc. The Treasure Map may be picked up at: The East End Arts Council-133 E. Main St., Riverhead, Suffolk County Historical Society--300 W. Main St., Riverhead & Beninati Associates--52875 Main Rd., Southold Sat 3/24 The Herb Reed and The Platters Concert 7:30pm Presented by the Arts in Southold Town Inc. Presented by The Arts in Southhold Town, Inc. Southold High School Auditorium, Oaklawn Ave. Southold 734-7696 www.northfork.com/thearts/ Sun 3/25 Where the Prairie Meets the Bay 1:00 pm The East End Arts Council is holding a very special fundraiser event. Where the Prairie Meets the Bay is patterned after the worldrenowned Prairie Home Companion® radio show hosted by Garrison Keillor on National Public Radio. Our show, which is modeled on Garrison’s not only in format but in its celebration of community spirit, will raise money for the EEAC Community School of the Arts, the only school of its kind in our area, allowing for program expansion and scholarship opportunities. Our emcee is radio personality Bonnie Grice of WLIU 88.3 FM, and the production will be broadcast live on WLIU from the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center; 76 Main St. West Hampton Beach. 631-288-2350. CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS ROUTE 48 (SOUND AVE) AND ALVAH’S LANE, CUTCHOGUE 734-5111 Sat 3/3 Winter Fest Long Island Wine & Food Cookbook Signing by Ann Marie Borghese 1-3pm Ann Marie Borghese is proud to present a one of a kind creation, pairing the best of Borghese wines with Long Island 's finest restaurants. This cookbook, created by Ann Marie Borghese in collaboration with AHRC and LI restaurants, has stolen the hearts of all who treasure wine, dining, and Long Island. Sat 3/3 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard 1pm Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be available for purchase. Artists will include some of these professionals; Howard Jewett – Basket Weaving, Mike Killelea - Watercolorist North Fork Scenes, Harry Wicks - Wood Turned Bowls and Steve Amaral – Contemporary Symbolism in Acrylic. Sat 3/3 North Fork Film Festival 7pm $12 Screening of Independent movies, often winners of International Film Festivals won’t have the opportunity to see in commercial theatres – or say in very limited release large cities – only chance on the North Fork to see them. Wine sold by the glass and gourmet cheese platters will be available for purchase and enjoying during the movie. Sun 3/11 Winter Fest Wine & Cheese Pairing 1-3pm The Village Cheese Shop from Love Lane in Mattituck offering samples of cheeses to be paired with Borghese wine. Wine sold by the glass. Sat 3/17 Winter Fest Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested Sat 3/17 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard 1pm Harry Wicks - Wood Turned Bowls. Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be

available for purchase Sat 3/17 North Fork Film Festival featuring RUBY 6:00 - 8:30 pm (Movie starts at 6:30pm) Join Ruby, an antique red truck, as she explores the North Fork through the eyes of a local filmmaker. Sure to endear lovers of the North Fork and perhaps even show you parts of our area you may never have seen. Wine sold by the glass. Movie Free with purchase. Families welcome- G for General for Audience oriented movie. Sun 3/18 Winter Fest St. Patrick's Day Olive Oil Tasting 1-3pm Free Try something different on this green holiday. Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria Sat 3/24 Inside the Artist's Studio at Borghese Vineyard 1pm Harry Wicks - Wood Turned Bowls. Come see artists demonstrate their craft & talent in various mediums. Learn what their inspirations are and the meanings behind their works of art. Ask them questions and view their most recent collections. Pieces will be available for purchase DUCKWALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 Visit the Duck Walk Vineyards tasting room to sample our Florida State Fair International Wine & Juice competition Double Gold Winner 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon. March Special through 3/31 2004 Sauvignon Blanc - $9.99 (regularly $12.95) Steel fermented - no oak. Our Sauvignon Blanc shows tropical fruit and floral aromas with a soft finish. Chill and enjoy. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Sat 3/17 Cooking Demo 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Joe Lombardi will Demo Stonewall Kitchen Products. Learn how to dress up the simplest dishes and create something fantastic. Also will feature Barefoot Contessa baking products. Complimentary in The Tasting Room Pavilion Sat 3/17 Mulvihill-Lynch School of Irish Dance 2:00 pm Irish Dance Performance Sun 3/18 Blackwells Cooking Demo 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sat 3/24 Holiday Entertaining Series Easter & Passover Delights Join MCs Lorraine & David Girard and guest chefs, in our continuing series on Holiday Entertaining. Guest chefs & designers will help you plan & execute a perfect Holiday spread. The afternoon includes appetizer preparation, main meal tips, traditional desserts, table top design and decorating. Tickets $15pp, $10 for wine club members. RSVP at 631.298.0075 x22 Sun 3/25 Wine Workshop (1st in Series) 2:00pm The Why's (wise) of Personal Palate Preference Educational wine series $15.00 per person (free for Wine Club Members) Reservations recommended. Classes also Sun 4/22, 5/20, 6/24 PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 Winterfest The North Sea Poetry Scene presents Poems On the Vine From 3 - 5 p.m. A Winterfest of 4 Sundays of Poetry Readings. For information to attend, please email:Thenorthseapoetryscene@hotmail.com or call: 631-204-1240: 3/4/07: David A. Egan, Cliff Bliedner, Lynn Cohen 3/11/07: Barbara Hoffman, Edgar Carlson, Peter Dugan 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. Sat 3/10 & Sun 3/11 Daylight Savings Celebration! The Tasting Room is celebrating the return of the evening sun by returning your tasting fee if you make any wine purchase Sat 3/17 St. Patrick's Day Blind Wine Tasting Challenge Irish or not ... try your luck on St. Patrick's Day at The Tasting Room! Every hour from 11am to 6pm on St. Patrick's Day we will offer one customer the chance to do a blind tasting of a wine from our Tasting Flight -- correctly identify the wine and the bottle is yours! WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm 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. Sun 3/4 Annual Gourmet Pizza Demonstration Demonstration, food and wine pairing. Join Jeanne Cuddy-Peretz to learn how easy it is to make your own dough, sauce and toppings to create unique and delicious pizzas for family and friends. This class is always sold out, so reserve early! Classes are held at 12:30 and 2:00 pm. Food is paired with Wölffer wines. $35.00 per person $25.00 for wine club members LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 Sat 3/10 In-store cooking demo Learn to Cook Mexican Cuisine with Corporate Chef Matthew Lake of Besito 12pm – 2:00 pm Free Besito presents a cooking demonstration at The Viking Cooking School, which is located within the Loaves & Fishes Cookshop in Garden City. This free demo will take place on Saturday March 10th from 12 to 2 p.m. Corporate chef Matthew Lake will be preparing a guacamole and tortilla soup and as well as an introduction to Mexican cuisine. To reserve a place for this free demonstration, call Loaves and Fishes Cookshop at (516) 877-1010 or go to www.landfcookshop.com for more information. WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm 2:00pm Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 3/6 Food Made Fast: Pasta Pasta is always a favorite meal, and these recipes from our Food Made Fast series are sure to please. Best of all, they're quick to prepare. Spaghetti alla Carbonara, Spaghettini with Olive Pesto, Pappardelle with Mushrooms, Gemelli with Brown Butter Asparagus and Creamy Penne with Walnuts Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 3/13 Simple Brunch Dishes Hosting a weekend brunch is a great alternative to a dinner party, and you'll have the rest of the day free for relaxing. In this class you'll discover some creative new brunch dishes to add to your repertoire. Gruyere and Prosciutto Oven Omelette, Chedder Bacon Biscuits, Chicken Hash and Brioche Bread Pudding Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 3/20 Farmers' Market Frittatas A frittata is an Itali an-style omelette that combines eggs with vegetables, cheese, and sometimes meat. Delicious any time of day, frittatas can be made with whatever garden-fresh produce looks best at the farmers’ market. Our recipes will help get you started. Orange Pepper Frittata with Fresh Thyme Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 3/27 Dinner Parties A dinner party is a wonderful way to spend the evening with family and friends. We'll show you how to throw a stress-free gathering using recipes from our new Dinner Parties cookbook. These dishes are easy on the cook and are sure to impress your guests. Roasted Asparagus with Blood Orange Dipping Sauce Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher

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 Stariper is available for private charters. The Stariper 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 Sat 3/03 1 Day Ext. Seabass 1am - 6pm 60 person @ $150 Fri 3/09 - Sun Mar 11 2 Day 60-80 Mile Wreckhunt 9:00 pm – 8:00 pm 40 Person @ $300 Fri 3/16 - Sun Mar 18 2 Day Tile Pollack 7:30pm - 10pm 35 person @ $ 350 Fri 3/23 - Sun Mar 25 1 Day Ext. Georges 7:30pm - 2am 50 person @ $200 Fri 3/30 - Sun April 01 1 Day Ext. Stelwagen7:30pm - 2am 50 person @ $200 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! Sat 3/3 Total Lunar Eclipse 5:00 -7:00 PM. Join us as we observe (weather permitting) a most impressive sky show. The eclipse is expected to begin at about 5:44, reach totality at 6:20, then conclude by 8:12 PM. Normal Saturday night observing will follow. Refreshments available. Admission: FREE (but donations are always appreciated). Sat 3/17 St Patrick’s Day Dinner and Traditional Irish Music Concert 6:00 pm - 10 pm A corned beef and cabbage feast prepared by Chef Chuck O'Cardona will begin the evening at 6PM; feel free to add to the table by bringing your favorite dish or dessert. Dinner will be followed at 8PM by a live concert of traditional Irish music performed by Stephen and Susan Sanfilippo, internationally-known folk musicians and founders of the Long Island Traditional Music Association. Suggested Donation: $10 Custer Members, $15 Non-Members, FREE for kids accompanied by parent. Sat 3/31 Introduction to the Art of Trading Stocks, Options & Futures 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm This seminar will cover the basics of direct access online trading. The discussion will include the various kinds of trading instruments, orders and effective techniques for maximizing profit and reducing risk, as well as the art of successful trading. Instructor: Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph.D., has authored three books on trading (including the classic, The Encyclopedia of Trading Strategies), was Contributing Editor to Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, an instructor at the New York Institute of Finance, and is a principal partner in Blackhorn Asset Management LLC. Dr. Katz is also President of Scientific Consultant Services (www.ScientificConsultants.com), a Custer Board Member and its Observatory Director. Suggested Donation: $25 Custer Members, $35 NonMembers. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED BY MARCH 24 (email CusterDonna@yahoo.com ). In-Service Credit: If your district awards one credit for every 15 hours of instruction, two-fifteenths of a credit may be received for this seminar. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLIC HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 Fridays Ladies Night 4:00 pm – 12:00 pm All night happy hour featuring the music of “Disco Paulie” with the great sounds of Project Vibe Fri 3/16 & Sat 3/17 ST. PATRICK'S DAY WEEKEND! Stop by for a wee pint and taste of the Old Sod during the "official" holiday weekend of Southampton Publick House. Traditional Irish Fare served Friday night and All Day Saturday. Performance by the Mulvihill-Lynch School of Irish Dancers on Friday at 8pm and traditional Irish Music by "The O'Connells" in the Taproom on Saturday from 7-9:30pm. Happy Hour all Night Friday and Pint Specials on Saturday featuring $3 pints of SULLIVAN'S IRISH ALE and McSULLY'S DRY STOUT. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Thurs 3/1 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 3/2 Brother Peach (Allman Brothers Tribute Band) 10:00 pm Gen Admission: $10 Sat 3/3 Long Island Juniors/Karaoke Benefit 7:00 pm Gen Admission: $0 Sat 3/3 The Majestic Band 11:00 pm Gen Admission $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 and the Central American country of Belize, where Mesha hails from. Thurs 3/8 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 3/9 The Realm 10:00 pm General Admission $10 The Realm is a local original rock/surfrock band with hints of Police style reggae. Sat 3/10 Coco Montoya 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $35 VIP $45 Over the course of his 30-year career, guitarist and vocalist Coco Montoya's explosive guitar playing and soul-driven voice have propelled him to the upper reaches of the blues-rock world. "The fiery blues that issue forth from Coco Montoya's guitar are aweinspiring and boogie requiring," shouted The Village Voice. "Blistering, pure blues," cheered Blues Revue. Now, with Can't Look Back (AL 4885), Montoya turns up the intensity with another dose of his feral, soul-stirring music. Sat 3/10 The Commitments 10:30pm Gen Admin: $50 "The energy & excitement of Alan Parker's movie has been transferred into a thrilling, unforgettable live experience that will stir your soul..." Relive all the soul classics from The Commitments movie live in concert, featuring original Commitments stars Kenneth McCluskey (Derek “The Meatman” Scully) and Dick Massey (Billy “The Animal” Mooney) Plus musicians from their multimillion selling albums “World’s Hardest Working Band” Thurs 3/15 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 3/16 Nancy Atlas Project Gen Admin: $15 Original Americana Rock and Roll with a trace of Southern Comfort Sat 3/17 Ed Burns & The Blue Jackets 8:00 pm $20 All proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project Sat 3/17 Creamsicles & The Levelers 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 The CreamSicles influences range from Classic Rock and Funk to Surf and Gypsy Punk. Songwriter John Sully massages electric waves of feedback from his vibrolux amp and croons and screams at his Jazz Master guitar like it’s the woman who will break his heart. Craig Gottlieb claws his Rickenbacker Bass like he was Paul McCartney possessed by Sid Vicious. And Marcello Pantano jabs at his drums like a heavy weight fighter calculating the knockout punch. This band is TIGHT. Lush guitar chords are punctuated by syncopated bass lines and heart pounding drum grooves. The lyrics are about the freedom and loneliness of the road and the alienation of a stranger in a strange land Thurs 3/22 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 3/23 James Topping: 8:45pm Fri 3/23 Celestial 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 CELESTIAL was formed in the summer of 2003 on eastern Long Island . Combining a vast array of influences Progressive,Alternative, Classic rock & metal - Their music inspires,excites and moves the listener.The band members- Gregg Gennari, Lead vocals, 12 /6 /doubleneck/ electric and acoustic guitars - Jon Finney, bass guitar, backing vocals, John Sirianni drums,lead and backing vocals and Brian Laclerc on lead guitars and vocals form a powerful, professional, challenging rock band combining strong songwriting with memorable melodies. Fri 3/23 Jam Bandits 10:45 pm Gen Admin: $10 Sat 3/24 Second Shift 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Classic Rock Covers Sat 3/24 Evolution - Journey Tribute Band 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $15 Thurs 3/29 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 3/30 Too Busy Being Bored 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Influences: Nirvana,A.D.D. Nation,The Vines, Sonic Youth, The Pixies, Bright Eyes, The Cure, Shellac, Joy Division, Dinosaur Jr. New Order, Chili Peppers,Greenday, Velvet Underground, My Chemical Romance, At the Drive-in, Cordova, Interpol, Strokes,Black Flag,Clash, Sex Pistols, Dead Milkman, Fri 3/30 D'Haene 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 Sat 3/31 The Blaggards and The Lone Sharks 9:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 THE BLAGGARDS - not your typical Long Island bar band. Instead of endless classic rock tune retreads or bland interpretations of

today's hits, Blaggards sets include obscure rockabilly tunes, a country song or two, a pop hit from the 1960s, some classic blues, a song or two from singer/ songwriters such as Alejandro Escovedo, Slaid Cleaves, Patti Smith or Peter Case, and an occasional surf instrumental. Think of a great roadhouse jukebox; that's what the Blaggards are all about.

April

GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The Boots Lamb Education Center 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. Tues 4/10 The Naked Stage – New Works Night Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. An evening of short scenes excerpted from current works-in-progress by local writers. 6 to 10 short scenes will be presented, followed by moderated discussion between the writers and the audience. Writers interested in submitting work to be presented at New Works Night are encouraged to contact the Naked Stage at: thenakedstage@optonline.net Tues 4/24 The Cheese Shop: A New Satire by Irv Svendsen Lead Artist: Josh Perl Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. A brilliant sausage maker struggles mightily against an entrenched cheese culture to achieve his dream of culinary fame and fortune. Irv Svendsen is a New York writer whose plays have given many small audiences some pleasure. GUILD HALL Woodhouse and Moran Galleries 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 3/24 – Sat 4/21 The 69th Annual Guild Hall Members Exhibition I – Artists A-L The 69th Annual Guild Hall Member’s Exhibition is the oldest non-juried exhibition remaining on Long Island. It is also an especially meaningful show to us, as it allows Guild Hall to directly engage with the artistic community that helps support and inspire this institution all year long. With more and more artists participating every year, we hope that you’ll be one of them! For 2007 only, the show has been organized into two separate groups: Member’s Show I (last names A-L) from March 24 through April 21, 2007 and Member’s Show II (last names M-Z) from May 5 – June 2. Awards recipients will be announced during the opening receptions: Member’s Show I on Saturday, March 24th, 4-6PM and Member’s Show II on Saturday, May 5, 4-6PM. The two Top Honors winners will each be awarded a solo exhibition in the Museum the following year. Winners of the Catherine and Theo Hios Landscape Award will each receive a check for $250.00. Additionally, there are awards in the following categories: Best Representational Painting, Best Abstract Painting, Best Sculpture, Best Work on Paper, Best Mixed Media, Best Photograph and numerous Honorable Mention citations. While the Member’s Show will look a bit different this year, we expect it will two times the usual excitement and vitality. We look forward to seeing old friends, meeting new artists, and sharing a dynamic 69th Annual Member’s Exhibition with you all. BAY STREET THEATRE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Sat 4/7 Play Reading Series 3:00 pm 365 DAYS/365 PLAYS by Suzan-Lori Parks Directed by Tom Caruso & SAVE ME by Stefanie Zadravec Directed by Tom Caruso. Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series offers established and emerging playwrights an opportunity to hear their new work in front of an audience. It is also a forum to determine a new play's readiness and suitability for possible production at the Theatre. Sat 4/14 Play Reading Series 3:00 pm Sat 4/14 PLACE SETTING by Jack Canfora Directed by Evan Bergman. Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series offers established and emerging playwrights an opportunity to hear their new work in front of an audience. It is also a forum to determine a new play's readiness and suitability for possible production at the Theatre.

THE PICTURE SHOW AT BAY STREET THEATRE Admission: $5.00 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 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 725-3535. Fri 4/6 Singing in the Rain Sat 4/7 Easter Parade Fri 4/13 Barbarella Fri 4/20 U2: Rattle And Hum Sat 4/21 Monterey Pop KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Sun 4/1 Rennie Harris Puremovement 1:00 pm Ages 7–16 A jaw-dropping and explosive dancing and narrative mix that takes an innovative and exciting look at the history of hip-hop. Workshop at 3 pm. Limited space available – reserve early! $20 per person. Call the Box Office for details and reservations. Adults $12, Kids $12 http://www.rhpm.org/ Sun 4/22 Portland Taiko 11:00 am Two Shows 11 am and 1 pm Ages 6 -13 These extraordinary performers weave rhythm, melody, humor and movement together into an exhilarating and innovative musical experience. Workshop at 3 pm. Limited space available – reserve early! $20 per person. Call the Box Office for details and reservations. Adults $12, Kids $12 www.portlandtaiko.org/ THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm 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 4/2 – 4/6 Spring Vacation Art Workshops: Art in Everyday Life 10 am - 12:30 pm or 1:30 to 4 pm Ages 4 to 14 Children will be divided into studio spaces by age (4 to 7 year olds will be grouped together as will children age 8 & up). In these classes, children will learn about some world-famous figures, including cartoonist Charles Schultz, artists Faith Ringgold, John Singer Sargent, and Andy Warhol, and architect Zaha Hadid. Each day a different artist and medium will be explored, culminating in a fantastic project. Artist and instructor Joan Ranieri-Certain will lead the series. Children may register for either the morning or afternoon session for one to five days. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. $18 Parrish Members per session | $28 Non-Members per session Fri 4/6 Fabulous Fridays 6:30 to 8:30 pm Welcome to Spring! Enjoy an evening of art making workshops celebrating the arrival of spring. Projects will include Paper Flower Making, Flower Sculptures, and Springtime Collages. Light hearted music will accompany the evening’s activities. Free for Parrish Members | $5 Non-Members Sat 4/7 Spring Family Performance: Imagination in Motion presented by Rajeckas and Intraub Movement Theater 2:00 pm This athletic movement theater performance draws on various theatrical styles, including mime, modern dance, and vaudeville – and combines them with dialogue, audience participation, and a delightfully original soundtrack. The result is a program that engages people of all ages. Highlights include the creation of a mechanical man who runs wild among the audience, a boy’s struggle to escape from within a video game, and a giant vacuum cleaner that sucks both performers offstage. No advance registration is required. $3 Parrish Members | $8 Non-Members Fri 4/13 Film: Brothers 7:00 pm

Denmark, 2005, Danish with English subtitles, R 113 minutes Directed by Susanne Bier Cast: Connie Nielsen, Ulrich Thomsen, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Bent Mejding. This poignant drama about two brothers won the Sundance Film Festival's World Cinema Dramatic Audience Prize. One brother has a successful military career, a beautiful wife and two daughters. The other is a drifter living on the edge of the law. The elder brother is sent to Afghanistan on a UN mission and the relationship between the two changes forever. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members Sun 4/15 Family Fun Day: Everyday Designs 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Join us for a tour of the exhibition and an art-making workshop inspired by the industrial designs of Raymond Loewy on view in the galleries. No advance registration is required. Free for Parrish Members | $5 Non-Members 4/16 – 5/17 After School Art After School Art workshops are exhibition-based and provide children with the opportunity to tour the galleries, learn about the works of art on view, and create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting, and drawing. Advance registration is required. Call 631-283-2118 ext. 30 or visit parrishart.org for information. Free Registration required. Fri 4/20 Film: Delwende 7:00 pm Burkina Faso, 2005, in French, NR 90 minutes Directed by S. Pierre Yameogo Cast: Blandine Yamego, Claire Ilboudo, Celestin Zongo. In some parts of West Africa women accused of witchcraft are torn from their families and banished to witch villages where they will remain for the rest of their lives. Delwende is based on a true story about a woman driven out of her village after being wrongly accused of practicing witchcraft. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members Sat 4/21 American Kitchens with Alice Ross 1:00 pm Raymond Loewy turned his designer’s eye to the kitchen in the 1950s, creating a happy marriage between efficiency and his streamlined aesthetic. In today’s homes, the kitchen is the new hearth and the ultimate intersection of industrial and interior design. Join Alice Ross, food historian, teacher, and owner of Hearth Studios for an illustrated presentation on the evolution of the kitchen in American culture. Walk through the galleries to examine some of Loewy’s contributions to kitchen design. To end the day, a panel of regional kitchen design experts will share their thoughts on new trends, fabulous products and timeless elements for today’s well-designed kitchen. Reservations are required for boxed lunches. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members (optional boxed lunch $10) Fri 4/27 Film: Factotum 7:00 pm USA/Norway, 2005, in English R 94 minutes Directed by Bent Hamer Cast: Matt Dillon, Marisa Tomei, Lili Taylor, Fisher Stevens. Based on Charles Bukowski's semi-autobiographical novel, this edgy drama centers on a rebellious writer with no desire to live a conventional life. A rootless jack-of-all-trades, Henry Chinaski works in the factories and warehouses of Los Angeles and gets by just fine, as long as he can indulge in his four primary loves -- women, drinking, gambling, and writing. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members 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 4/7 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm Dance all Night / Bob Isaacs $10/$14 EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Fri 4/27 Winter Lecture Series at Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, East Hampton 7:00pm Overboard! The Pelican Disaster off Montauk Point, by Tom Clavin Sat 4/28 Cemetery Tour with Hugh King Join historian Hugh King for a guided tour of East Hampton's coffin-shaped "Burying Ground." Tours begin at front gate of Mulford Farm, rain or shine. Admission $10. For reservations, please call 631-324-6850. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshops for February. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members $5 Sat 4/7 Feeding Time at the Museum (For Children ages 7 and up) 9:00 am Program Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. Is a Spider Crab a spider? How does it eat? How does a hermit crab eat? For that matter, how

does a salamander eat, and what about a frog? Join us for feeding time at the museum to see who eats what. There will be some surprises! Program limited to 8 children. Sat 4/14 City at the Water’s Edge: A Natural History of New York (Rivergate/Rutgers, 2007) by Betsy McCully. Book Reading and Reception 3:00 pm Betsy McCully will read and discuss her new book City at the Water’s Edge: A Natural History of New York which is based on 20 years of research and nature exploration. The book tells the story of how the region evolved – from rocks to plants, animals, and habitats – and the ways both natural and human forces have shaped the region’s ecology. Reception to follow the reading. Sun 4/22 Cavity-Nesting Birds of Long Island 9:00 am Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Many birds use holes in trees for nesting. The size of the hole in the tree determines what bird is likely to nest in that tree. Join Joe 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. Sat 4/28 Illustrated Birding Lecture with a following Wine and Cheese Reception 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm The first in the series of three South Fork Natural History Museum birding lectures given by prominent South Fork birders: An Ear for Birding. Lecture Leader: Joe Giunta. Opening the series will be Joe Giunta’s illustrated lecture on birding by songs and calls. The more ways you have to identify a bird the more you will enjoy birding. The eye is attracted to a bird’s colorful plumage and to movement, but it is not always possible to get a good look at a bird. Our ears hear sounds 360 degrees around us. If you can add the recognition of birdsongs and calls to your visual inventory the odds are that you will have a much greater success at birding. In this lecture Joe will discuss the nature of birdcalls and songs. Calls consist of whistles that are slurred either up or down in pitch, and in a distinctive rhythm, with notes repeated rapidly or slowly with pauses of varying duration. Songs on the other hand are fairly complex vocalizations usually by the male to establish and defend a territory as well as to attract and impress a mate. Calls are usually simpler and they are given by males and females both adult and young. There is no charge for members of the South Fork Natural History Museum. Nonmembers are charged $60 for the lecture series or $25 for each individual lecture which includes the wine and cheese reception. To sign up for membership call (631) 537-9735 or e-mail sofo@hamptons.com to receive a membership form. OLD BRICK CHURCH Sag Harbor 160 Division Street 516-394-1351 Thurs 4/12, Fri 4/13, Sat 4/14, Thurs 4/19, Fri 4/20, Sat 4/21 "Brilliant Traces" by Cindy Lou Johnson – A play presented by Skymaker Productions 8:00 pm Set in a remote cabin in the wilds of Alaska, a runaway bride charged with uncommon energy explodes into the life of an anguished hermit. While a freezing white-out rages around them, man and woman simultaneously attract and repel each other through a series of funny and brutal exchanges. This Sag Harbor happening will take place in the old brick church which is now a private residence at 160 Division Street. The audience experiences the action from the unique perspective of being seated within the set itself. Walking off Division Street and into a one-room Alaskan cabin will be the first step the audience takes on this wild ride through love, loss, and redemption. Cindy Lou Johnsons Brilliant Traces was first presented by the Circle Reperatory Company in 1989 with Joan Cuscack and Kevin Anderson. With Brilliant Traces, we are proud to feature the acting talents of Sag Harbor actors Joseph Pallister (Stanley in Street Car Named Desire, John in Summer and Smoke, Bill in Lobby Hero) and Minerva Scelza (Savage in Savage in Limbo, Charlotta in The Cherry Orchard, and Barbara in The Lawless Sun). Skymaker is also lucky to have the Directing talent of east-ender Josh Gladstone, John Drew Theater's Artistic Director and former Artistic Director of the Hamptons Shakespeare Festival. SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED - RESERVATIONS ARE IMPERATIVE - PLEASE CALL IN ADVANCE 516-394-1351 CASH ONLY AT DOOR SUGGESTED DONATION $15 NEARBY PARKING ON MAIN STREET and MUNICIPAL LOTS AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY 215 Main Street Amagansett 631-267-3810 Wed 4/11, 18 & 25 Community Room Flower Meditation 10:00 a.m. $15 The Amagansett Free Library is pleased to announce that Katherine C. H. Epstein will once again lead Flower Meditations at the library on Wednesday mornings in the Community room. The meditations are designed for anyone interested in meditating: novice, beginner, or even the advanced meditator. For those who have never meditated, the flower meditations offer an approach in which it is easy to feel success right from the start. For those who have meditated before, adding flowers deepens the practice. Each meditation explores a different approach to meditating with flowers, and each class will be geared to the needs and desires of its participants. Epstein will use projected

images of her own photographs of (mostly local) flowers as she leads the meditations. The fee for each class is $15.00. Participants should wear loose-fitting clothing. Chairs will be provided. Anyone who prefers to meditate on a mat or large cushion should bring one to the class. Contact: Katherine C. H. Epstein Phone: 267-3810 GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Puppet Play Groups - Children under three years and their grown-up. Mondays 9:30 am, Tuesdays 9:30 am & 3:30 pm, Fridays 9:30 pm Puppet Shows - Saturdays (January–April) at 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Tickets are $10, $9 for Grandparents & $5 for children under 3 years. Discounts for members. Shows & schedule subject to change, please call ahead (631-725-4193). Our Puppet Theatre is intimate to avoid calamity, please call ahead to reserve your spot. Sat 4/7 Nappy’s Puppets ~ nappyspuppets.com Sat 4/14 Minkie the Monkey and Friends Sat 4/21 Katie’s Puppets: Mr. Mouse and the Whiskers of Ahhhs Sat 4/28 Randy Kaplan ~ randykaplan.com 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! Sat 4/21 Custer's Family Astronomy Day& Portable Planetarium Show 5:00 pm This annual event is intended to celebrate the science of astronomy and to help instill appreciation for what's above in young and old alike. Bring the kids and enjoy portable planetarium shows (a great and fun way to quickly become familiar with the night sky), demonstrations, and more presented by David Cohn (Tupper Planetarium Director) and Andi Pisacano. Custer-dogs and other refreshments available. Suggested Donation: $10 Custer Members, $13 Non-Members, $5 Kids/Students/Seniors, $20 Family (two adults with children). LOAVES & FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Highway Bridgehampton 537-6066 WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm 2:00pm Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 4/10 Springtime Fare from the Farmers' Market There's no better source for peak-of-season produce than a farmers' market. Our recipes showcase the light, fresh flavors of spring, from tender young peas to slender spears of asparagus. Torn Pasta with Zuccini and Arugula, Quick Braise of Spring Peas and Red Onion Shoots, Mixed Spring Mushrooms with Garlic Butter and Pine Nuts and Pistou of Spring Vegetable Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 4/17 Dinner in Provence This class will transport you to the cozy neighborhood bistros of Provence. Our menu highlights favorite ingredients and flavors from this well-loved region. Soup au Pistou, Roast Asparagus Salad with Chevre, Fish with Olives and Herbes de Provence and Lavender Custard Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 4/24 Souffles Made Easy Souffles are simpler to prepare than you might imagine - and they a lways make an impressive presentation. We'll show you everything you need to know to create perfect souffles with ease. Spinach and Bacon Souffle Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher

KARIN SANDERS FINE ART 126 Main Street, Sag Harbor 899-3430 (Located above the New Paradise Café) 4/21 through 5/20, 2007 New Works on Canvas and Paper Karin Sanders Fine Art is proud to announce an exhibition in Gallery 1 of new and recent works by this important artist. Hoskins' latest works exhibit a bolder application of color and a continued commitment to the unexpected application of random media. These latest canvas and paper works include the artist's signature use of delicate line, transparent layering of paint, surprise shapes and bold strokes that form compositions which can truly be declared art for art's sake. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Fri 4/13 reception 4:30 to 6:30 for Through the Seasons at Quail Hill a photography exhibition by Kathryn Szoka at Rogers Memorial Library, Southampton. Photographs on view from April 1 through April 30. Sat 4/14 Poet Kathy Engel reads from her new collection, Ruth´s Skirts. KIDSTREET AT BAY STREET THEATRE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett, 631-329-4227 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 if it looks like rain. For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com Wed 4/4 Goff Point Hike (4 miles) 10:00 am This new hike takes us along the beach in Napeague as far as Goff Point. Extensive beach walking. Meet at the entrance to the Walking Dunes at the end of Napeague Harbor Rd.Leader: Nick Stephens 267-6342 Sat 4/4 Napeague to Fresh Pond (3-4 miles) 10:00 am This lovely section of the Paumanok Path takes us into scenic Hither Woods along a winding trail lined with oak, hickory, and pitch pine to the mirror-like Fresh Pond. Some moderately steep areas. Meet at Napeague Harbor Rd north of the RR tracks. Leader: Larry Raymond 668-3432 Sat 4/7 Buckskill Pine Barrens (6 miles) 10:00 am A six-mile loop hike through the Buckskill Pine Barrens in East Hampton, including some land recently preserved, with a short detour to Daniels Hole. Trailhead is just north of Rt 27 (turn at the old Main Beach Surf Shop). Brisk pace on mostly flat terrain; bring water. Meet on Old Montauk Hwy (parking area just west of Almondito Restaurant) in Wainscott. Leader: Rick Whalen 2676608 Wed 4/11 Northwest Waterways (4 miles) 10:00 am Our walk will take us past Scoy's Pond (where we see signs of beaver activity), Scoy's run, Alewive Brook, and along Northwest Harbor beach. Along the way we will have a look at Alewive Pond. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Road, about 3/10 of a mile from the Alewive Brook Road intersection. Leader: Nancy Kane 324-5799 Sat 4/14 Three Mile Harbor (4 miles) 10:00 am Cross the 175 foot Tanbark Creek Bridge (built by the EHTPS) while enjoying the view from the mouth of Three Mile Harbor. Ramble on to Stony Hill and back. Meet at the intersection of Springy Banks and Soak Hides Roads in East Hampton. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Wed 4/18 Buckskill Hardscrabble Loop (2.7 miles) 10:00 am Here’s a dandy, short exercise hike that will physically and emotionally benefit all participants. Serene woodland setting, flat terrain, and moderate pace make it an idea way to start your busy day. Meet at the corner of Rt 114 and Stephens Hands Path in East Hampton. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127

Sat 4/21 Longshanks Hike # 1 (9.5 miles) 9:00 am This is the first of 10 hikes in a monthly series (excluding July and August) of long walks (8 to 13 miles) for those who really want to stretch their legs on the trails. We are calling this the “Longshanks Hike Series,” and you are invited to come to any one of all of them from April through next March. Test your mettle on this challenging, moderately paced walk from Cranberry Hole Road in

Amagansett to the Montauk Recycling Center via the Paumanok Path, Elisha’s Valley Trail, and along the Parkway Trail. Some beach and dune walking required. Bring water, snacks, and lunch. Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center, just off Rt 27, about 2 miles east of the Hither Hills West Overlook for a car move. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 4/21 Ocean View Trail (3 miles) 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 238-5134 Wed 4/25 Jump Trail, Etc. (5 easy miles) 10:00 am Lots of woods, water, and walking. Enjoy this easy five mile loop to Northwest Harbor and back. Meet at the intersection of Hands Creek Road and Van Scoy’s Path West in East Hamtpon. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Sat 4/28 Amagansett Fresh Pond (3-4 miles) 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 267-3024 Sun 4/29 Spring Brunch 12:00 pm SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 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 Sun 4/15 Shore & Wading Birds of Shinnecock Bay 11:00 am - 1:30 pm In late April, Shinnecock Bay is teeming with migrant shorebirds and locally-nesting waders. Accompany Group Educator, Steve Biasetti, for a midday 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, greater yellowlegs, and ruddy turnstone. Binoculars are required. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at (631) 537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sat 4/21 Earth Day Celebration 9:30 am to 1:00 pm Join the Concerned Citizens of Montauk at Kirk Park for an Earth Day clean-up which will be followed by an introduction to some of Long Island’s most popular animals by the staff of the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary. Refreshments will be provided! For more information contact Jodi Grindrod at 631-537-1400 (x23) or jgrindrod@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sun 4/22 Indian Island Earth Day Celebration 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Join the Suffolk County Parks Department and many local environmental organizations to celebrate Earth Day at Indian Island County Park in Riverhead. The day will include live entertainment, kids’ activities, interactive exhibits, nature walks, beach grass plantings, trail cleanups, marine life exhibits, and a free kayak demonstration. For more information, please contact Emily Laurie at Suffolk County Parks at 631-854-4949. Sun 4/29th 11:00 am to 1:30 pm Shore and Wading Birds of Shinnecock Bay In late April, Shinnecock Bay is teeming with migrant shorebirds and locally-nesting waders. Accompany Group Educator, Steve Biasetti, for a midday 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, greater yellowlegs, and ruddy turnstone. Binoculars are required. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at (631) 537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org. ESTIA CANTINA 77 Main Street, Amagansett 267-6320 Fri 4/13 & Sat 4/14 Aaron Goldberg "One of jazz's most delectable trios...a superlative group [which has] forged a singular sound and a tenaciously intuitive approach to shaping material on the bandstand. Gorgeous, one of the era's definitive piano trios...Goldberg possesses exceptional technique and

taste." -The Boston Globe Thur Every week Bill Smith and his band Mambo Loco Join us each Thursday at Estia Cantina for Salsa! Shows start at 8pm and cover is only $10. There will be plenty of room to mambo! Fri 4/20 & Sat 4/21 Steve Kuhn and David Finck Jazz pianist Steve Kuhn has been on the scene for over 40 years, playing with such luminaries as John Coltrane, Stan Getz and Kenny Dorham. "The Rough Guide to Jazz" describes him as "a vastly accomplished player and a prolific composer." His new CD, "Promises Kept," (on ECM) may be the most beautiful of his career. David Finck has played and recorded with diverse artists, among them; Dizzy Gillespie, Aretha Franklin, Sinead O’Connor, Natalie Cole, Rod Stewart, Herbie Hancock, Ivan Lins, Al Jarreau, Tony Bennett, Paquito D’Rivera, George Michael, Rosemary Clooney and Andre Previn, to name just a few. Over the years, David has become one of the most sought-after musicians in Manhattan, equally revered for his work in jazz, popular, Brazilian and classical music. Fri 4/27 & Sat 4/28 LeeAnn Ledgerwood LeeAnn Ledgerwood began to pursue her intense interest in jazz after meeting Marian McPartland. Noted for her ability to improvise, Ms. Ledgerwood began studying at the Berklee College of Music where she performed on numerous occasions with Branford Marsalis. She has received critical acclaim performing in New York’s Jazz clubs with such Jazz luminaries as Red Mitchell, and Billy Hart. Ms. Ledgerwood has also recorded as a session player with Eddie Gomez, Michael Brecker and Ron McClure. As a leader, she recorded "You Wish" for Triloka records which featured Jeremy Steig and Bill Evans. She has performed with fellow faculty members Buster Williams and Joe Chambers at Birdland LeeAnn is a phenomenal player and a devoted teacher as well. "The students at the Jazz Program are some of the most serious, devoted players I have ever seen. It gives me a lot of hope for the future of Jazz." CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Sat 4/7 North Fork Film Festival 7pm $12 Screening of Independent movies, often winners of International Film Festivals won’t have the opportunity to see in commercial theatres – or say in very limited release large cities – only chance on the North Fork to see them. Wine sold by the glass and gourmet cheese platters will be available for purchase and enjoying during the movie. Sat 4/21 Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested Sun 4/22 Celebrate the land with Earth Day and our Olive Oil Tasting 1-3pm Free Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria. VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 Mon 4/23 Grand Cru Classes 4:00pm World-class wine education in the heart of the Long Island Wine Country! Grand Cru Classes is delighted to invite you to an Open House Party in celebration of the completion of its new, state-of-the-art tasting classroom on the North Fork. Join us for wine and cheese as you meet our wine educators, Tracy Ellen Kamens, Ed.D., CSW and Jared M. Skolnick, view our new facilities and learn about our educational services. Grand Cru Classes is a wine education center located in the heart of Long Island’s wine region. Join us for fun and informative wine classes. Whether you are new to wine or a more seasoned wine lover, we'll add to your knowledge of this luscious elixir, from vine to wine. Of course, our classes always place a strong emphasis on the local wines, so you'll also learn more about the region and its wine history. When planning your trip out to the North Fork vineyards, why not include one of our classes in your itinerary? 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. Sun 4/14 A Taste of Tuscany Lunch 12:30 pm $65.00 per person $55.00 for wine club members

Demonstration, lunch and wine. Learn to prepare a traditional 3-course Tuscan lunch. Start with Frisee Salad with Pecorino Toscana Custard and Poached Pear, followed by Grilled Chicken alla Mattone, Sautéed baby spinach and broccoli rabe and Cannellini Beans with Sage. Budino di Ricotta with Strawberries and Lemon Curd will be served for dessert. For reservations call 631 537-5106 ext. 20 Sun 4/29 Spring Celebration Lunch12:30 pm $65.00 per person $55.00 for wine club members Demonstration, lunch and wine. Its official -- Spring is here! Enjoy and learn to prepare the tastes of spring. Wild mushroom Terrine with Truffle Vinaigrette and Field Greens, Roast Rack of Lamb with Honey Aioli, Asparagus and Tomatoes Provencal and Toasted Barley Risotto. Ricotta and Goat Cheese Cake for dessert. For reservations call 631 537-5106 ext. 20 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 Tues 4/3 1 Day Ext. Stellwagen 7:30pm - 2am50 person @ $200 Thurs 4/5 – Sat 4/7 2 Day Stellwagen 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 50 person @ $ 275 Mon 4/9 – Wed 4/11 2 Day Stellwagen Limited 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 40 person @ $300 Fri 4/13 – Sun 4/15 2 Day Stellwagen 7:30 pm – 10:00 50 person @ $300 Wed 4/18 – Thurs 4/19 1 Day 60-80 Mile-Wrecks 1:00 am – 8:00 pm 50 person @ $150 Fri 4/20 – Sun 4/22 2 Day Stellwagen - Freeport Tuna 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm 40 person @ $250 Mon 4/23 – Wed 4/25 2 Day Stellwagen Limited 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 40 person @ $300 Fri 4/27 – Mon 4/30 Hungry Man 7:30 pm – 2:00 am 30 Person @ $ 450 tile, pollack, cod, hake, wreck fish - electric reels recommended Mon 4/30 – Wed 5/2 2 Day Georges Limited 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 40 person @ $300 MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Sat 4/7 The Realm 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $10 The Realm is a local original rock/surfrock band with hints of Police style reggae. We've produced two records "Under the Sun" in 2000and Appearance Lied Again" in 2003. The band hails from the East End as well as NYC and have been performing high energy shows out here for the past few years. Thurs 4/12 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 4/13 Hothouse Flowers 8:00 pm $55VIP/$40 Gen. They made a name for themselves during the late '80s and early '90s with a passionate, bombastic fusion of rock & roll with the rootsy sounds of Irish folk and American gospel DJ Nick 11:30 pm Gen Admin: $10 Spinning all your favorite hits! Sat 4/14 Telly 10:00 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 trial and lots of 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 4/19 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 4/20 David Lindley 8:00 pm $35 VIP/$20 Gen.

Multi-instrumentalist David Lindley performs music that redefines the word "eclectic." Lindley, well known for his many years as the featured accompanist with Jackson Browne, and leader of his own band El Rayo-X, has long championed the concept of world music. The David Lindley electro-acoustic performance effortlessly combines American folk, blues, and bluegrass traditions with elements from African, Arabic, Asian, Celtic, Malagasy, and Turkish musical sources. Lindley incorporates an incredible array of stringed instruments including but not limited to Kona and Weissenborn Hawaiian lap steel guitar, Turkish saz and chumbus, Middle Eastern oud, and Irish bouzouki. The eye-poppingly clad "Mr. Dave's" uncanny vocal mimicry and demented sense of humor make his onstage banter a highlight of the show. Fri 4/20 Black Rebels 10:30 pm Gen Admin: $15 Welcome. We are Black Rebels, and we play world reggae from the roots of creation. We have been serving up one drop music for over 20 years, from our roots in Africa to our home in New England. Our purpose is to ignite the forces of inspiration with our music by committing ourselves to the highest good. Through our music and our lives we represent an intergenerational and intercultural community devoted to love, justice, and the evolution of spiritual principles. We believe that children deserve to be at the core of our society, and that they are inherently deserving of rights and an atmosphere of trust. We embody the co-creative dynamic (spirit) of the male and the female in balance. Sat. 4/21 Too Busy Being Bored 8:00 pm - Gen Admin: $20 Alex Koehne Benefit Sat. 4/21 The Nancy Atlas Project 10:00 pm Gen Admin: $15 Mon 4/23 Dave Barnes 8:00 pm Gen Admin $20 This Nashville based singer/song-writer plays soulful, pop. Sounds like Marc Broussard Thurs 4/26 Open Jam 8:00 pm Gen Admin $0 Anyone who wants to be in an open jam call 631-267-3117 and leave a message for ext. 303 Fri 4/27 The Ventures 8:00 pm $75 VIP/$60 Gen Not the first but definitely the most popular rock instrumental combo, the Ventures scored several hit singles during the 1960s -most notably "Walk-Don't Run" and "Hawaii Five-O" -- but made their name in the growing album market, covering hits of the day and organizing thematically linked LPs. Almost 40 Ventures' albums charted, and 17 hit the Top 40. And though the group's popularity in America virtually disappeared by the 1970s, their enormous contribution to pop culture was far from over; the Ventures soon became one of the most popular world-wide groups, with dozens of albums recorded especially for the Japanese and European markets. They toured continually throughout the 1970s and '80s -- influencing Japanese pop music of the time more than they had American music during the '60s. Fri 4/27 The Lone Sharks 10:30 pm Gen Admin: $10 The Sharks play up to 150 gigs a year, and most of them are still out east where a devoted following keeps the band working year round. The Lone Shark CDs, consisting mostly of Gene's self-penned tunes have been a catalyst for newer and better things. "We've learned a lot in putting them out. What to do, and what not to do. We’re still trying to capture our live sound.” Gene plays a battered 1967 Gretsch Anniversary hollow body guitar, and usually wears black attire "because Johnny Cash and Orson Welles did, though I'm not sure they did for the same reason." Shark fans have come to expect the usual on-stage theatrics from Gene: duckwalks, windmills, and show-stopping splits, a la T-Bone Walker and Chuck Berry. "They're not really splits," says Gene. "I can't get low enough. They're more splats." Sat 4/28 Miracle for Mia – Benefit for a Sick Baby 8:00 pm Gen Admin: $25 Bands are: Eazy Chief, Leslie Mendelson, The Jam Bandits THE PUBLICK HOUSE 40 Bowden Square, Southampton 631- 283-2800 Fri, 4/13 10:30 pm in the Taproom The Great Sounds of PROJECT VIBE Fri, 4/20 10:30 pm in the Taproom Little Head Thinks : One of the East End's best local band Wed : Ladies Night - $2.00 beer and wine for ladies, 9-11pm with D.J. Disco Pauly

THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 Friday at the Movies 6:30 – 8:30 pm 4/6 – The Pursuit of Happiness Fri 4/13 The Great Match *Film Festival Selection* Brazilian comedy directed by Gerardo Oliveras. In Spanish with English subtitles. Gran Prix winner at the Alpe d'Huez International Comedy Film Festival. Not Rated. 4/20 – The Good Shepherd 5:30 – 7:30 pm Drama / thriller starring Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie, Alec Baldwin Robert De Niro, Billy Crudup, William Hurt and Joe Pesci. Directed by Robert De Niro. Rated R for some violence, sexuality and language. 4/27 - Charlotte's Web Rated G. Film will be shown on the big screen in stereo sound in the 3rd-floor Rotunda. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. LOTUS BLOSSOM CENTER 328 Montauk Highway, Wainscott 631-537-7442 Sat 4/28 The Art of Touch: An Exploration in Bodywork with Padma Borrego 2:00 - 5:00 pm $60 You have the ability to do great bodywork; you just don't know it yet. As in all great arts, it is developed with skill and practice, and enhanced with inspiration. We will learn how to use our bodies, how to use our intention to work, how to listen to one another's body, and then, we will learn some basic bodywork techniques. Please wear comfortable clothing. Bring a partner or come alone. (Preregistration is required: 537-7442)

May SOUTHAMPTON DAYCARE CENTER YARD SALE 100 David Whites Lane Southampton, NY 11968 Sat 5/12 Huge Multi-Family Yard Sale (Fundraiser) 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Rain date-Sat 5/19 All profits go directly back to the day care. We already have a basement full of fantastic items… Furniture, children’s toys, clothes, house accessories and much more! EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 Wed 5/2 10:00 am Exercise Hike (3-4 miles) 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) 3291470 Sat 5/5 10:00 am Northwest Paumanok Path (5-6 miles) This section of the Paumanok Path includes the scenic Chatfield’s Hole and the majestic white pine forest. Meet at the trail head map on Route 114 near Edward’s Hole Road in East Hampton. Leaders: Linda Keen and Jonathan Brezin (631) 329-2220 Sat 5/5 10:00 am Literary Tour Co-sponsored by John Jermain Library Special Sag Harbor 300th Anniversary Tour starts at the windmill on Long Wharf. Leader: Tony Garro 725-5861 Wed 5/9 10:00 am Money Pond (5-6 miles) We will walk through the gorgeous Point Woods and circle back to take in the beauty of Money Pond. Meet on Camp Hero Rd. off Rt. 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093 Sat 5/12 10:00 am Buckskill – Old Montauk Look (5 MILES) Take a different route into the 700-acre Buckskill Preserve on this moderately paced walk through a peaceful, dense oak and pitch pine forest: an easy hike on basically flat land. Meet on a short section of historic Old Montauk Highway, north of Rt 27 about a hundred yards west of Almondito Restaurant in Wainscott. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 Sat 5/12 10:00 am Northwest Roads Bike Trip (20 miles) The Northwest roads, like you’ve never seen! The leisurely ride will conclude with muffins and coffee on the lawn of the leaders’ home. Meet at the end of Alewive Brook Road adjacent to the boat launch. Please confirm with leaders. This ride is cancelled if it rains. Leaders: Lois Peltz and Jerry Brown (631) 329-9413

Sat 5/19 9:00 am Longshanks Hike #2 (8 miles) Two separate loops, across the road from each other on widely different terrain, make for a challenging, moderately-paced walk for serious hikers. Some hilly sections on one, while the other is basically flat. Bring water and snacks. Meet on Wainscott-Northwest Rd (Daniel’s Hole Rd) north of Rt 27 and just north of the EH airport. Sat 5/19 10:00 am Around Mashashimuet Park (5 miles) This moderate-paced, fairly flat hike takes us along the Greenbelt trail consisting of interconnected ponds, woods, and wetlands. Meet at the entrance to Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Leaders: Larry and Judy Kron. 329-3948 Sun 5/20 10:00 am Hither Woods in Spring (6-8 miles) Join us for a springtime tour-de-force of this magnificent Montauk wilderness. Moderate pace; bring food and water. Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center trailhead, north side of Rt 27, two miles east of Hither Hills West Overlook. Leader: Rick Whalen 2676608 Weds 5/23 10:00 am Point Woods (3 miles) This hike has it all: the greatest variety of specimen trees in East Hampton, four cleverly crafted new bridges spanning active streams, a close look at WW II coastal bunkers, and the most spectacular view of the Atlantic. Meet at Camp Hero Rd, south of Rt 27, about one mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 5/26 10 am Longpond Greenbelt (3 OR 5 miles) Hikers can choose between a shorter or longer trek through the popular Greenbelt Trail in Sag Harbor. Woods, wetlands, and interconnected ponds, flat terrain. Meet at the entrance to Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Leader: Jill Barber 725-2143 Sat 5/26, 10:00 am Hither Woods (6-7 miles) Enjoy the beautiful woods and stunning water vistas on this lovely (and hilly) section of the Paumanok Path finishing on the hilly Serpent Back Trail. Bring plenty of water and snacks. This hike will involve a car shuttle. Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook on Rt 27, about 1 mile east of the Old Montauk Highway fork in Montauk. Leader: Judy Kossover 267-6747 Sun 5/27 10:00 am Culloden Point (5 miles) Freshwater wetlands, a beautiful new EHTPS trail, and a long walk along the rocky shore of Block Island Sound. Meet at the trailhead on the west side of Flamingo Avenue in Montauk, just north of Wills Point Road. (From Rt 27, take South Edgemere Road which becomes Flamingo.) Bring food and beverage. Leader: Ken Kindler 563-4354 Sun 5/27 9:00 am Kayak Paddle #1/Northwest Our first kayak trip of the season will be in Northwest Harbor and Alewive Pond. We will look for evidence of recently reported beaver activity. BYO boat or call Mike Bottini (267-5228) for a rental delivered to the starting point. Meet at the end of Alvewive Book Rd on the shore of Northwest Harbor in East Hampton. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Mon 5/28 1:00 pm Patriotic Tour Special Sag Harbor 300th Anniversary Visit battle sites, cemeteries, and historic houses. Tour starts at the windmill on Long Wharf. Leader: Tony Garro 725-5861 Weds 5/30 10:00 am Shadmoor State Park (3 miles) This spectacular hike includes one of the most awesome views on the East End along the dramatic Montauk bluffs. Meet at the Shadmoor parking lot on the south side of Rt 27, about ½ mile past Montauk center. A large sign marks the entrance. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 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 5/5 Sag Harbor Literary Tour. 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Meet at the windmill on Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. Co-sponsored by the John Jermain Library. Join us for the kick-off of Sag Harbor’s 300th anniversary celebration and walk through Sag Harbor’s fascinating literary history. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sat 5/5 Sarnoff Exploration. 10:00 am - 1:30 pm Meet at Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of Riverhead traffic circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring snacks and liquid. 8 miles through the heart of the Pine Barrens. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or <virg4@optonline.net.> Sun 5/6 Long Pond Greenbelt 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Hike the north loop through this unique glacial remnant. 5 miles. Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. Bob Wolfram, 631725-4237. Sat 5/12 Trout Pond/Clam Island 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road (across from Mill Road). Hike around historic Trout Pond; then hike along Clam

Island with its views of Morton’s Preserve and the Bay. 4 miles. Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sun 5/13 Point Woods Trail. 9:00 am – 11:00 am Happy Mother’s Day! Travel a little for a big reward on this 5 mile Montauk adventure. Great ocean views, some hills. Meet on Camp Hero Road (off Montauk State Pky.), Montauk. Sue Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 5/19 Sarnoff Exploration 10:00 am - 1:30 pm Meet at Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of Riverhead traffic circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring snacks and liquid. 8 miles through the heart of the Pine Barrens. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or <virg4@optonline.net.> Sun 5/20 Northwest Path. 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Meet at the intersection of Merchants Path (off Sagg Road) and Wainscott Harbor Road, Bridgehampton. Hike several hilly loops to Toyland and Whale Rock. 5 miles. Dianne Rulnick, 631-726-5903. Sat 5/26 Whiskey Hill Figure 8 9:00 am - 10:30 am Meet at the end of Bridge Hill Lane (off Brick Kiln Road), Bridgehampton. A 2 mile hike with ocean views, 2 ponds, and an enormous glacial erratic. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 5/27 Elliston Park. 9:00 am – 11:00 am Meet at the Elliston Park parking lot on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. A 4 mile hike with some hills; views of Big Fresh Pond, Wolf Swamp and Scallop pond. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376. Sun 5/27 Culloden Point. 10AM-1:30PM. A joint Southampton and East Hampton Trails Preservation Society hike. Fresh water wetlands on a beautiful new E.H.T.P.S. trail then a walk along a rocky sound. From Rte. 27 turn left on to The Plaza. Take County road 49 (Edgemere St.). This becomes Flamingo Ave. In about 2 miles you will see a trail head on the left (west) side of the road. There is no sign visible from the road. Ken Kindler, 631-563-4354. Sun 5/27 Northwest Horseback Ride. 11:30 am Meet at Wolffer Estate Winery on Sagg Road, Bridgehampton. BYO horse. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Mon 5/28 Sag Harbor Patriotic Tour 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm 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, 631-725-5861. BOOK HAMPTON Main Street, Southampton ~ Main Street, East Hampton (631) 324 – 4939 ~ Sag Harbor Sat 5/5 - 5:30 pm (SH) Book Reading & Signing C.A Belmond: A Rather Fine Inheritance Sat 5/12 - 5:30 pm (EH) Author Kati Marton discusses her book The Great Escape CANIOS BOOKS 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-4926 6:00 pm Kathy Engel – Ruth Skirts Kathy will read from her new book of poetry and prose GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The Boots Lamb Education Center 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. Tues 5/8 On the Verge; or The Geography of Yearning by Eric Obermyer Lead Artist: Molly McKenna. Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. “Cross the wordplay of S J Perelman with the world-in-a-time-warp vision of Caryl Churchill and you might approximate the special flavor of ON THE VERGE. In Eric Overmyer's chimerical comedy, three Victorian lady explorers set out on an adventure that takes them to darkest Africa, highest Himalaya and Terra Incognita.... A frolicsome jaunt through a continuum of space, time, history, geography, feminism and fashion, Mr. Overmyer's cavalcade is on the verge of becoming a thoroughly serendipitous journey." New York Times. "With a handful of plays...Eric Overmyer has established

himself as one of contemporary theater's wittiest playwrights." Jan Stuart, Seven Days. "Eric Overmyer [is] one of this nation's most accomplished and vividly imaginative playwrights." Wayne Johnson, The Seattle Times Tues 5/15 7:30 pm The Naked Stage Stand-up Special The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall. Lead Artist: Marcus Johnson. An evening of hilarious stand up comedy featuring a talented roster of up-and-coming Long Island comedians. Performers include Rob Cioffi, Joe Pontillo and Long Island veteran comic Mike Dillon of the Gateway Comedy Club who writes, “Long Island is a great place to do stand-up. The history is just phenomenal – there isn’t a place in the country that has a comedic background like we do.” Marcus Johnson is the host. Tues 5/22 7:30 pm The Naked Stage – Staged Reading of And The Sun Stood Still by Dava Sobel Directed by Isaac Klein GUILD HALL Woodhouse and Moran Galleries 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 5/5 – Sat 6/2 The 69th Annual Guild Hall Members Exhibition II – Artists M-Z Sat 5/5 Opening Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm The 69th Annual Guild Hall Member’s Exhibition is the oldest non-juried exhibition remaining on Long Island. It is also an especially meaningful show to us, as it allows Guild Hall to directly engage with the artistic community that helps support and inspire this institution all year long. With more and more artists participating every year, we hope that you’ll be one of them! For 2007 only, the show has been organized into two separate groups: Member’s Show I (last names A-L) from March 24 through April 21, 2007 and Member’s Show II (last names M-Z) from May 5 – June 2. Awards recipients will be announced during the opening receptions. The two Top Honors winners will each be awarded a solo exhibition in the Museum the following year. Winners of the Catherine and Theo Hios Landscape Award will each receive a check for $250.00. Additionally, there are awards in the following categories: Best Representational Painting, Best Abstract Painting, Best Sculpture, Best Work on Paper, Best Mixed Media, Best Photograph and numerous Honorable Mention citations. While the Member’s Show will look a bit different this year, we expect it will two times the usual excitement and vitality. We look forward to seeing old friends, meeting new artists, and sharing a dynamic 69th Annual Member’s Exhibition with you all. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm 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 Fridays 5/4 – 25 The Enduring Image: A Poetry Writing Workshop with Carla Riccio 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm Raymond Loewy’s successful portfolio—from the shapely Coca-Cola bottle to the bold Lucky Strike logo—is due to his ability to create objects and images that made indelible impressions on generations of consumers. Likewise, the success of a poem depends upon its ability to create a lasting impression in the mind of the reader. Using the objects in the exhibition as a point of departure, we will identify significant images embedded in our personal memories. Through workshop and discussion, we will focus on creating written images—in poems and prose poems—that convey to others the force and clarity of our experience. Workshop sessions will include writing prompts, model poems, individual feedback, and group discussion in a supportive atmosphere. No prior writing experience is necessary. Carla Riccio is a writer, teacher, and former book editor. She is the director of Hamptons Young Writers, an organization that mentors high school age writers. She teaches creative writing workshops to adults and young adults throughout the East End. Pre-registration is required. Class sizes are limited, so register early. Call 631-283-2118, ext. 40 or email chancen@parrishart.org for more information or to register for any program. $45 Parrish Members| $55 Non-Members for the four week course Fri 5/4 Film: Free Zone 7:00 pm Israel/ France, 2005, in English, NR 90 minutes Directed by Amos Gitai Cast: Natalie Portman, Hasa Laszlo, Carmen Maura, Hiam Abbass. An Israeli taxi driver headed to the Free Zone to collect money owed to her husband picks up an American woman who begs to come along. But retrieving the money won't be easy; the two wind up on a strange journey with a Palestinian woman who reveals that the debtor has vanished, along with all of his loot. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members Sat 5/5 Artful Automobiles 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Rain Date Sunday, May 6) Talk and Lunch - Music and Car viewing on the West Lawn. Come and enjoy lunch as Walter Gosden, former vice president, director

and editor of the Society of Automotive Historians, discusses American automobile design classics, including the contributions of Raymond Loewy. For more than two decades Gosden’s column “Coachworklines” has appeared in Classic Car magazine, featuring articles on American and European coachbuilders and designers. After lunch, view classic cars from regional collections while listening to classic hits from the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s. VIP Status, free admission and a complimentary boxed lunch is granted to all participants who exhibit a car. Reservations are required for boxed lunch. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members (optional boxed lunch $10) Fri 5/11 Film: Nobody Knows 7:00 pm Japan, 2004, in Japanese, PG-13 141 minutes Director: Kore-eda Hirokazu Cast: Yagira Yuya, Kitaura Ayu, Kimura Hiel. This touching film follows the lives of 12-year-old Akira and his three younger siblings after their mother abandons them in a tiny Tokyo apartment. Pragmatic and determined, Akira manages the household as best he can -- but eventually the money runs out, and the children must find new ways to survive. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members Sat 5/12 The Spring Family Festival: Lelavision Physical Music 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm At 1 pm, Lelavision will take the stage with Physical Music, a delightful display of physical agility where performers play with sound, sculpture, and move through space. The whimsical, larger-than-life musical inventions are animated through the performers’ extreme play, leading audiences on a journey of music and dance. From 2 to 4 pm, the fun continues with art projects including making your own musical instruments, face painting, caricature portraits, an ice-cream concession, and more! “...a beguiling treat for eye and ear, a body-mind riff in the spirit of Pilobolus and Mummenschanz. It should enthrall children as well as adults.” -Seattle Times No advance registration is required. Free Admission. Rain or Shine Fri 5/18 Step Back in Time 6:30 pm Take a trip down memory lane as we feature highlights from our digital scrapbook project – a collection of images and stories from the 1930s through the’60s submitted by Museum members and visitors. We’ll share a nostalgic slide presentation set to music. To conclude the evening, special guest filmmaker Jake Gorst will present his film Leisurama, a unique look at the 1950s and 1960s housing project that brought affordable second homes to Montauk. These homes, designed by architect Andrew Geller of Raymond Loewy and Associates, were the epitome of modern design and convenience. Refreshments will be served. (If you would like to submit pictures and your personal stories for this project, please bring them to the museum or mail them to Attention: Nicole Chance, The Parrish Art Museum 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton, NY 11968. Or call the Education Department at 631-283-2218, ext. 40 or email chancen@parrishart.org to participate.) Free Admission Sat 5/19 Panel Discussion: William Merritt Chase-Portraits in Oil To celebrate the publication of the second volume of the catalogue raisonne of William Merritt Chase, D. Frederick Baker and Carolyn K. Lane will discuss the process of completing the catalogue, including locating works with little documentation and authenticating portraits that surfaced in unlikely places. The catalogue includes never before seen works by Chase, which have been published for the first time. Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. & Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education, will introduce and moderate the discussion. A reception and book signing will follow the talk. $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Fri 5/25 Garden Club of East Hampton Annual Plant Show Preview Cocktail Party at Mulford Farm 6:00pm - 8:00pm Tickets $40 at the door Sat 5/26 Garden Club of East Hampton Annual Plant Show & Sale at Mulford Farm 9:00am - 2:00pm Free Sat 5/26 Cemetery Tour with Hugh King 10:00am Join historian Hugh King for a guided tour of East Hampton's coffin-shaped "Burying Ground." Tours begin at front gate of Mulford Farm, rain or shine. Admission $10. For reservations, please call 631-324-6850. Sat 5/26 David Arbus: Drawn to East Hampton. Exhibition opening reception at Clinton Academy. 5:00pm - 7:00pm Paintings and drawings of historic architecture of East Hampton's Main Street, including views of Home Sweet Home, the OsbornJackson House, Mulford Farm and Clinton Academy Museum. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 5/5 6:00 pm Poet Dan Giancola reads from Part Myrth, Part Murder & poet Graham Everett reads from That Nod Toward Love.

Sun 5/27 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Opening Reception: The Gallery’s first exhibition of the summer season Star Black's Collages: Beautifully evocative collages by the Artist-Poet. Exhibition runs: May 25 – June 27, 2007 EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 631-324-0362 Sun. May 27 -- Memorial Day Services at all East Hampton Cemeteries. Ceremonial party leaves East Hampton American Legion Post 419 at 8AM Mon. May 28 -- Memorial Day Parade down Main Street 10:30 a.m. Starts at Guild Hall and ends with ceremonial services at the Hook Mill Veterans' Memorial Mon. May 28 -- Memorial Services at Main Beach 9 a.m. honoring those veterans who were buried at sea KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Sun 5/6 1:00 pm Dancewave A unique performance by an exceptional dance troupe of teenagers, ages 11-18 performing the choreography of Twyla Tharp. Ages 5 and up. COMEDY @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Mon 5/28 8:00 pm PAULA POUNDSTONE on Poundstone tells the truth and makes it funny. Her ability to create humor on the spot is legendary and with her casual air, impeccable timing and razor-sharp wit, she raises stand-up to an art form. 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 self-directed 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 Sat 5/12 - New exhibit opening in CMEE's Legacy Tree Gallery - Members' Preview 10:00am-12:00pm Tues 5/15 3:30 pm 5:00 pm Ages 8-12 After School Art Mural Get wild about painting after school at CMEE. It's time to decorate our hallway with your creative ideas inspired by our newest exhibit Mondays 5/14 & 21 6/4 & 11 Let's Make a Meal in Flora Wild's Kitchen 10:00 - 10:45 am Ages: 2-3 $80 members/$90 non-members Instructor: Cora Diaz. Let's make a meal out of plants! Each week your child will discover a world of cooking in Flora Wild's kitchen, either making a Botanist's fruit salad, dissecting various fruits & vegetables for a springtime soup or opening up spice jars and deciding which spice would be best in a spice cake. Visit CMEE's vegetable garden and pick and plant fresh herbs and veggies. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors. Wednesdays 5/16 & 23 6/6 & 13 Listen to the Trees Sensory Art For ages: 2-3 10-10:45 am $80 members/$90 non-members Instructor: Sue Lichtenstein. Your child is just in time for a summer adventure that's alive with story-telling, creative art projects, music and imagination. Join in the fun while we pretend to sway with the trees and plant berries in the garden. Your child's nature journey creates pathways for learning and will benefit the parent-child relationship. Sue Lichtenstein, trained art therapist expertly works with you and your child to find inner calm in both of you as you dig, plant, sculpt, and create unique art projects from nature. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors.

Thursdays 5/17 & 31, 6/7 & 14 Paint with Plants in Flora Wild's Studio GardenTime: 10:00-10:45 am Ages: 2-3 $80 members/ $90 non-members Instructor: Marie French. Your child will explore his/her world of art through plants. Age appropriate art projects that will include painting with plants; marigold & jasmine blossoms make yellow as rose and geranium blossoms make red. Each child will make a tyedyed t-shirt using dyes from plants.You child will even have the opportunity to finger paint with flowers. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors. Friday 5/18, 6/1, 8 & 15 Art in the Garden with Flora Wild 10:00-10:45 am Ages 2-3 $80 members/$90 non-members Instructor: Flora Wild aka Karin Strong. Your child will become a pre-school landscape architect as he/she creates their own garden. Discover worms and how they help the earth. Dig in the dirt and plant your seeds. Construct a mini-greenhouse to plant more seeds in and watch the roots start to grow through a Plexiglas case. Your child will design his/her own stepping stone for the garden. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors. HAMPTON HOME & GARDEN SHOW Elk’s Lodge Fairgrounds, RT 27 Southampton 283-5505 Fri 5/4: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Sat 5/5: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sun 5/6: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm You're Invited to the Official Opening of the 2007 Hamptons Season Join us at the 2007 Hamptons Home and Garden Show. It’s the most useful event for East End homeowners in 2007. Save time, money and energy as you comparison shop right on the Expo floor. Imagine, hundreds of suppliers lining up to meet you. WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm 2:00pm Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 5/1 French Bistro Favorites Bring a taste of France to your table. These authentic dishes are reminiscent of the homey fare you'd savor in a cozy French bistro and they're easy to prepare in your own kitchen. Steaks au Poivre, Salad Nicoise, Croque-Monsieur, Pommes Frites and Roast Garlic Chicken and Walnut Salad Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 5/8 Mother's Day Lunch We know mom will be impressed when you serve this lunch that you've made from scratch. What could be a better gift for her on Mother's Day? Blue Cheese Fondue, Asparagus with Orange Hollandaise, Roast Chicken with Green Peppercorns and Lemon and Raspberry Rhubarb Fool Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 5/15 New Healthy Kitchen: Sauté Using recipes from our New Healthy Kitchen Sauté cookbook, we'll show you the basics of sautéing. This cooking technique produces light, healthful foods that are full of great flavors. Shrimp with Papaya and Coconut, Chicken Breasts Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Arugula, Pork Tenderloin with Sour Cherry Sauce and Sichuan Beef with Eggplant Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 5/22 Memorial Day Picnic Memorial Day is the perfect time to launch the summer picnic season. We've designed a menu that you can enjoy at the lake, on the beach, in the mountains, or even in your own backyard. Bread Salad with Tomatoes and Lemon Cucumbers, Broccoli Slaw with Pine Nuts, Articoke and White Bean Salad and Lemon-Herb Chicken Breasts Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 5/29 Food Made Fast: Salad From our Food Made Fast series, these dinner salads are simple to make and satisfy ing to eat. Toss one together for a weeknight supper with the family or a casual meal with friends. Thai Steak with Bok Choy, Warm Goat Cheese and Chicken Salad, Mediterranean Farro Salad and Lentil, Bacon, and Frisee Salad Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 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

Sun 5/13 - 9:00 am to 10:30 am Practice Birding at Trout Pond Amateur and advanced birders are welcome to hike the Trout Pond nature trail in Noyac with beginning birder Kate Schertel, in preparation for the Group's 2007 Fauna-thon. The Trout Pond loop is a great place to quietly observe many species of birds and is the perfect location for amateur birders to get a closer look at migrating songbirds this spring. Please bring your own binoculars and field guides so we can practice our identification skills together! For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at (631) 537-1400 ext. 13 or kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org. Thurs 5/17 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Evening Picnic and Paddle on Accabonac Harbor Ospreys, herons, egrets, terns….there’s a good chance we’ll be among these creatures and more as we paddle in the evening shimmers of Accabonac Harbor. Bring your own picnic dinner or buy a delicious one at the Springs General Store. We’ll pull up onto a sandy spot and have a bite mid-paddle. Bring binoculars for wildlife viewing. Paddle your own boat or call the Springs General Store at (631) 329-5065 and rent one. [Please call several days in advance.] For reservations or more information, please contact Anita Wright at (631) 537-1400 ext 17 or acwright@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sat 5/19 - 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Welcome Birdies! Attention bird lovers: Come learn how to attract native bird species including screech owls, woodpeckers and house wrens to your own backyard habitat and build a nest box! The construction and proper placement of nest boxes is an important conservation tool as bird species often compete for natural cavities or places in their habitat. We will supply the materials and the tools, just show up ready for construction! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Hartnagel at (631) 537-1400 ext. 21 or jhartnagel@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sun 5/20 (all day and part of the night!) Twelfth Annual Fauna-thon Fundraiser 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) 537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshops for February. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members $5 Sat 5/5 Build a Bird’s Nest -Workshop for Children and Adults 10:00 am Workshop Leader: Crystal Possehl. Springtime means nesting time for our songbirds. They may use mud, sticks, grass, fur, stones, and even spider webs to make their nests. Workshop participants will learn the secrets of nest-making as they go into the field with Crystal to discover some bird-made nests, then, come back with her to the museum to create a bird’s nest of their own. Sat 5/12 Orioles, Tanagers, and Brightly Colored Warblers 7:30 am Flanders Walk Leader: Hugh McGuinness. May is the peak month to see the Neotropical Migrants that pass through our area. On this walk Hugh will help you learn to identify these colorful perching birds by their appearance, song, and call. Sat 5/19 Introduction to Bird Watching - Children’s Program 9:30 am Walk Leader: Barbara Blaisdell Veteran teacher Barbara Blaisdell will lead and instruct children on a beginner’s bird walk at Morton Wildlife Refuge. Children 8 to 11 years of age are invited. They should bring binoculars and be accompanied by an adult. The group is limited to 8 children. Fri 5/25 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Environment Benefit at Bridge Gardens with the Julie Bluestone Trio Please join the Group's staff for a casual party at Bridge Gardens (www.bridgegardens.org). We will celebrate environmental victories, catch up with old friends and meet new ones. The Julie Bluestone jazz trio (www.juliebluestone.com) will perform while the Canal Cafe serves plentiful hors d'oeuvres, accompanied by wine, beer and soft drinks. Tickets for the Environment Benefit are $50 in advance. Only 140 tickets will be sold. If any tickets remain on the day of the event, they will be sold at the door for $60. Invitations will be mailed at the end of April. To purchase tickets, please go to the tickets page on our web site or call 631-5371400 (x 20 or 23). For more information about the Environment Benefit, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-537-1400 (x13) or kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org. For directions, please see: bridgegardens.org. Sat 5/26 Illustrated Birding Lecture with a following Wine and Cheese Reception 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm The second in the series of three South Fork Natural History Museum birding lectures given by prominent South Fork birders: Hunters of the Night: Owls. Lecturer: Jim Ash. In the second in the series of illustrated South Fork Natural History Museum birding lectures,

Jim Ash will talk about owls. These birds of the night, often objects of mystery --- sometimes given magical powers are indeed unique. Some bob and weave their heads, some vocalize by whistling, screeching, purring, snorting, chittering, or hissing. With eyes that are more like tubes than eyeballs and ear openings placed asymmetrically, one higher than the other, owls are unlike any other living thing. Jim will talk about these and other fascinating owl attributes and will explain just how these characteristics make owls the exceptional creatures they are. There is no charge for members of the South Fork Natural History Museum. Nonmembers are charged $60 for the lecture series or $25 for each individual lecture which includes the wine and cheese reception. To sign up for membership call (631) 537-9735 or e-mail sofo@hamptons.com to receive a membership form. SPANIERMAN GALLERY 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton. 283-2494 Open Thursday - Monday, 10am - 6pm Six East End Artists - Curated by Arlene Bujese 4/26 – 5/28 Featuring works by Stephanie Brody-Lederman, Josh Dayton, David Geiser, Priscilla Heine, Carol Hunt and Alexander Russo Uniform: South Africa’s New Clothes Thurs 5/3 – Sat 6/30 Spanierman Modern gallery has commissioned Miami-based curator, Claire Breukel, to curate a South African photo-based exhibition. The result is Uniform: South Africa’s New Clothes, an exhibition that looks at the way people relate to each other in current day South Africa following 10 years of Democracy. Uniform features seven artists including Dale Yudelman, Donovan Ward, Lien Botha, Pieter Badenhorst, Franci Cronje, Bridget Baker and renowned Johannesburg-based photographer Santu Mofokeng. 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 5/5 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm LITMA Orchestra / Melanie Axel-Lute $10/$14 COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-3352 Fri 5/11 CRESLI seal walk at Montauk Point State Park 9:00 am CRESLI seal walks at Montauk Point State park will depart from area near the bathrooms in the main parking lot at Montauk Point State Park. The walks are approximately 3 miles round trip and take about 3 hours. Meeting times are 15 minutes prior to departure. These beach walks are suitable for children. Click here for a map and directions to the seal walk at Montauk. Please note that weather will play a significant role in determining the seal walk schedule. Please call CRESLI at (631) 244-3352 for schedule changes and cancellations. Sun 5/13 CRESLI seal walk at Montauk Point State Park 11:00 am CRESLI seal walks at Montauk Point State park will depart from area near the bathrooms in the main parking lot at Montauk Point State Park. The walks are approximately 3 miles round trip and take about 3 hours. Meeting times are 15 minutes prior to departure. These beach walks are suitable for children. Click here for a map and directions to the seal walk at Montauk. Please note that weather will play a significant role in determining the seal walk schedule. Please call CRESLI at (631) 244-3352 for schedule changes and cancellations. SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUM 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton (631) 283-2494 Exhibit; “Anatomy of a Whale” by Students from the Southampton School District and “Whaling Captains of Southampton” Japanese watercolor of the “Whaleship Manhattan.” In 1848 Captain Mercator Cooper left Sag Harbor aboard the ship Manhattan on a whaling expedition. His boat steerer was Pyrrhus Concer, born to a slave mother, who was the first African American to enter Japan. Through 5/19. Sat 5/5 10:30 am – 12:00 pm May 5, “Saturday Workshop: Storytelling Quilt” Create a picture block quilt using fabric and fabric markers based on the exhibit “Anatomy of a Whale.” The workshop is for children aged 8 to 12 ADMISSION: $10 materials fee TUESDAY EVENING LECTURE “Frozen in Ice: The Whaling Log of the Concordia 1864-1865” Tues 5/8 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm Admission: $5 Adults, free for members Richard Barons, Director of the East Hampton Historical Society, brings to life a journal kept by crewman William King while sailing on the ship Concordia in 1864.

Thurs 5/17 East End Study Group “Bridgehampton’s Accidental Settling, 1650-1700” Free for members, $4 adults, refreshments will be served. 10:00 am to 12:00 pm The East End Study Group’s next program is titled “Bridgehampton’s ‘Accidental’ Settling, 1650 – 1700.” Tombstone of Hannah Pierson, died 1777. The Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center is sponsoring a discussion titled “Bridgehampton’s Accidental Settling, 1650-1700” on Thursday, May 17 at 10:00 a.m. Historian Ann Sandford will describe how a few Southampton Town founders from 1640 looked eastward for economic opportunity. Their early land divisions resulted in the first homestead being built in 1656. Resource-hungry children of these settlers developed lots in subsequent divisions, thereby creating a distinct place and community. By 1700, it had a meetinghouse, wheelwright shop, a bridge over Sagg Pond, mills, a tavern, and a commons. Sat 5/12 10:30 am to 12:00 pm For kids - Saturday Workshop: “Ocean Art” $10 materials fee Using acrylic paints, kids will create their own whaling scene on canvas. The workshop is based on the exhibit “Anatomy of a Whale” and is for children aged 6 to 12. Fri 5/18 “Sing-Song from the Cabin to the Forecastle” 7:00 pm $5 adults, free for members and children 17 and under Stephen and Susan Sanfilippo will be performing songs of Long Island whale men, using two-part vocals, and musical accompaniment on guitar, banjo, and concertina, and the audience is encouraged to sing along on the choruses to ballads and chanteys. Stephen is a Ph.D. candidate in history at Stony Brook University, working on a dissertation on the songs and poetry of Sag Harbor whale men. Susan is Education Coordinator for the Suffolk County Historical Society.Together, Stephen and Susan have performed traditional songs of 19th century seamen at historical and educational venues from Maritime Canada through the West Indies. Sat 5/19, 6-week course FOR KIDS - 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. “Saturday Art Classes for Children” ADMISSION: $125 members, $140 non-members, materials included Artist Lisa Smart will be instructing a variety of art making techniques to children between the ages of 6 and 12. Classes include; painting out-of-doors, collage, sculpting in clay, and papermaking Tues 5/22 6:00 to 8:30 pm “Hook In on the Front Porch” Admission: Free Gail Horton’s Rug Hooking Workshop will demonstrate hooking techniques and show their new projects.Visitors are welcome to watch and try their hand at hooking on the front porch of the museum. Refreshments will be served. LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Road East Hampton, 329-4299 Rites of Spring Season Opening 2:00 – 5:00 pm $10 With the gardens in full bloom, preview newly installed sculpture and garden expansions. 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! Sat 5/12 In Two Worlds: Using Film in the Digital Age 7:30 pm - 9:00 An illustrated discussion of the history, science and art of photography, including a comparative analysis of film vs. digital cameras, and useful techniques for using digital technology to print film. Instructor: Bob Farrell has been a Custer Member since 1964. He was formerly a staff technician, instructor, and photographer at the Vanderbilt Planetarium. This lecture will launch an exhibit of his photographs, which will be on display in Custer's Stokes Gallery through May. Suggested Donation: $8 Members, $10 NonMembers, $5 Students/Seniors. In-Service Credit: If your district awards one credit for every 15 hours of instruction, one-tenth of a credit may be received for this lecture. Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 2007 Mainstage Season All programming, show times, dates, talent are subject to change. 2007 subscription and FlexPass rates are in effect as of December 2, 2006. You won't want to miss the first play of the summer, and with only 14 performances, tickets are very limited!

5/22 – 6/3 Things Being What They Are Limited Engagement! Meet Bill and his new neighbor Jack. Both are at a crossroads in their lives and marriages. This wistful comedy explores the passions and human failings that bring people together and drive them apart. .Brian D'Arcy James recently seen on Broadway in The Apple Tree Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Sat 5/5 3:00 pm New River Dramatists' present MASTERPIECE By M.Z. Ribalow Sat 5/12 3:00 pm The Julia Wars By William Wright CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS ROUTE 48 (SOUND AVE) AND ALVAH’S LANE, CUTCHOGUE 734-5111 Sat 5/5 Long Island Wine & Food Cookbook Signing by Ann Marie Borghese 1-3pm Ann Marie Borghese is proud to present a one of a kind creation, pairing the best of Borghese wines with Long Island 's finest restaurants. This cookbook, created by Ann Marie Borghese in collaboration with AHRC and LI restaurants, has stolen the hearts of all who treasure wine, dining, and Long Island. Sat 5/19 North Fork Film Festival 7pm $12 Screening of Independent movies, often winners of International Film Festivals won’t have the opportunity to see in commercial theatres – or say in very limited release large cities – only chance on the North Fork to see them. Wine sold by the glass and gourmet cheese platters will be available for purchase and enjoying during the movie. Sat 5/19 Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested Sun 5/20 Olive Oil Tasting 1-3pm Free Summer is coming. Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria. DUCK WALK VINEYARD Duck Walk North – Main Road (Route 25), Southold, NY Our exquisite North Fork location is open for tastings and sales of our award-winning wines. MOTHER’S DAY AT DUCK WALK SOUTH Duck Walk Vineyards in Southampton will honor mothers by giving a flower to each mom who visits the tasting room on Sunday, May 13. PECONIC BAY WINERY 31320 Main Road PO Box 818 Cutchogue, New York 11935 Wednesday with the Winemaker Begins May 16th, and continues on May 30, June 13 & 27, July 11 & 25, August 8 & 22 and ends on September 5th. Join Peconic Bay Winery's winemaker, Greg Gove, for an exciting behind-the-scenes tour of our vineyards and winery to see how fine wines are made. Offered on alternate Wednesdays throughout the season, we encourage you to come as often as you like. Since the crafting of a fine wine takes time, you can see the various stages from bud to bottle. Just meet in the tasting room a few minutes before 2 PM. SURFACE LIBRARY GALLERY, 845 Springs Fireplace Rd, East Hampton (opposite the Pollock-Krasner House in the Spring’s District) 631.291.9061 Sat 5/12 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Opening Reception

Presenting the second of several slated shows entitled “STITCHED”. An exhibit of original and innovative contemporary embroidery and sewn works. Artists include: Petula Bloomfield, Ula Einstein, Kelly Frigard, James Kennedy, Christa Maiwald, Meredith McNeal and Irys Schenker. SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Thurs 5/17 Museum reopens for Public Tours

Sat 5/26 Summer exhibit opens: Keeping Time in Sag Harbor Sat 5/26 Exhibit Benefit: A Taste of Sag Harbor, 5:00 to 7:00 pm Sun 5/27 & Mon 5/28 Sag Harbor Artisan's Fair, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm 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 Fri 5/4 – Sun 5/6 2 DAY Wreckfish-Tilefish Hunt Ultra-Limited 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 25 person @ $500 Mon 5/7 – Wed 5/9 2 Day Georges Limited 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 40 person @ $300 Fri 5/11 – Sun 5/13 2 Day Georges/Nantucket Wreck Hunt 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 40 person @ $325 Fri 5/18 – Mon 5/21 3 Day Viking Challenge 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm 35 person @ $450 Mon 5/28 – Thurs 5/31 3 Day Viking Grand Slam 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm 35 person @ $450 Trophy tile, whale cod, knot head sea bass COCO RESTAURANT IN THE MAIDSTONE ARMS 207 Main St. East Hampton NY Every Fri 7-11pm Pianist Jane Hastay and bassist Peter Martin Weiss appear every Friday from 7:00 -11:00 pm.. The couple performs songs by Gershwin, Ellington, Jobim and others, with vocal and instrumental arrangements sure to spark the perfect date, in this intimate setting. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 5/4 Heavy Surf Band - 8:00 pm $10 (surf, rock, 70's) Mystic Bowie - 10PM $15 (reggae, funk, zydeco, blues) Sat 5/5 Private Party - 8:00 pm Mambo Loco 10:30 $10 (Latin) Fri 5/11- Stratogeezer - 8:00 pm $10 (surf rock) Being land-locked hasn’t kept this high-energy trio from bringing raw, reverb-driven sounds to surf music junkies in the metro Atlanta area for over 4 years now. Influenced by masters such as The Ventures and Dick Dale, Strato-Geezer is guaranteed to take you from the beach, into outer space, and splashing back down into the waves like an out-of-control Soviet spacecraft. Their repertoire includes numerous surf classics with a few unexpected surprises thrown in. StratoGeezer is Rob Kaufman (Guitar/Bass), Thom Brewer (Guitar/Bass), and Mike Perez (Drums). Don’t miss this opportunity to catch Strato-Geezer in their first northeast performance. Fri 5/11 The Creamsicles & Levellers 10:30 $15 (classic rock, funk, surf) The CreamSicles debut album The Perfect Girl was released in September 2006. Recorded at Monster Island Studios in New York City and engineered by Mike Caffrey (George Clinton, Chaka Khan, Soul Live, Omar Hakim, Hiram Bullock, 5 Grammy nominations) the album sounds as hot as the cover looks (Modeled by Cynthia Boucher, Indianapolis 500’s "Miller Light Girl".). One week after it’s release Jonathan Clarke of Q104.3 (the #1 Rock station in NY) played it on the new music show Out of the Box and the band was featured in AM NY, the most circulated daily newspaper in NY. They played several festivals this summer including the Guinness Festival in Riverside Park, Manhattan. Over a thousand people attended. The CreamSicles are clearly cracking through the New York concrete to the light at the end of the rock & roll tunnel. The CreamSicles influences range from Classic Rock and Funk to Surf and Gypsy Punk. Songwriter John Sully massages electric waves of feedback from his vibrolux amp and croons and screams at his Jazz Master guitar like it’s the woman who will break his heart. Craig Gottlieb claws his Rickenbacker Bass like he was Paul McCartney possessed by Sid Vicious. And Marcello Pantano jabs at his drums like a heavy weight fighter calculating the knockout punch. This band is TIGHT. Lush guitar chords are punctuated by syncopated bass lines and heart pounding drum grooves. The lyrics are about the freedom and loneliness of the road and the alienation of a stranger in a strange land Sat 5/12 - The Milton Band - 8:00 pm $10 (rock and Roll) The single “In The City” from Milton’s debut CD Scenes From The Interior became a hit on New York’s WFUV radio and several other college radio stations upon it’s release in 2003. The airplay and positive reviews propelled the indie label release to the top of the CD Baby sales charts in 2004. Milton spent the next two years playing club dates with his band and building a loyal following at New York’s Living Room, Boston’s Club Passim and several venues up and down the east coast. NYC super promoter Ron Delsener caught the Milton Band at The Living Room and invited them to open

on sold-out bills at New York’s Irving Plaza. Milton eventually sold every copy of his debut CD. Finally, in 2006, Milton will release his much-awaited follow-up. Sat 5/12 Annie Morgan Band - 10:30pm $10 (soul and R&B) Annie Morgan has been called the best soul/R&B singer on Long Island. A long time staple on the East End music scene, fronting such local favorites as the Poor Lost Souls, Round Trip and Moving Target, Annie possesses incredible vocal range and her band includes some of the finest players on the east end. Annie does what only the very best singers do, she gives those who come to listen something of herself. She does this openly, honestly and without artifice. There’s no holding back, she’s exciting to listen to and exciting to watch. The music comes at you like heat lightning. The electricity she generates snaps, crackles and the place rocks! Don’t miss this special Talkhouse appearance. Wed 5/16 - Benefit for Jerry Downes 8:00 pm TBA Thurs 5/17 - Haale – 9:00 pm $10 (60's rock, surfi music) HAALE (pronounced HA’-leh, like Hallelujah) was born in New York City, of Iraninan descent and grew up as many first generation kids do: with two cultures, two languages, two worlds to assimilate. “I grew up with Hendrix in one ear and Hayedeh [Persian singer] in the other,” Haale says. “I grew up hearing the musical traditions mixing, the languages mixing, sonically and even visually, it was all a big collage.” Haale's music emerges from this early sonic landscape, drawing both from 60's psychedelic rock and traditional Sufi music. Singing her own lyrics in English and Persian and those of Iranian poets such as Attar, Rumi, Forugh and Sepehri, Haale's collaged texts become an alinear dialogue across time. These soundscapes are woven through a trance-inducing tapestry of percussion, strings and shimmering electric guitars. Regarding performance, Haale says, "I like to get myself and my audience into a hypnotic state when I play....In Sufi tradition, music is a tool for ushering listeners into a transcendent state, for turning them on, awakening their souls, propelling them into an ecstatic state....I think great psychedelic rock does this and sometimes intends to as well....There's definitely a kinship in a level of energy and fire that's in these two musical genres and in where that can take the listener...That's what I am interested in." Fri 5/18 - Jake Lear CD Release Party – 8:00 pm $10 (blues and rock singer-songwriter) Jake Lear is an electric guitarist, original song writer and singer, a blues & rock musician who recently returned from a whirlwind Southern tour which included playing the Emerging Artists Stage at the Arkansas Blues And Heritage Festival, formally the famous King Biscuit Blues Festival, in Helena, Arkansas. With his Fender Stratocasters and 1966 Fender Super Reverb amp in tow, he then took his unique solo act to blues clubs in Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Pennsylvania. Born in Vermont’s North East Kingdom and now based in the industrial upstate city of Binghamton, New York, Lear has a growing following extending across the East Coast. Playing guitar since he was twelve, he honed his talent performing in bands as a guitarist and side man, and is now a popular solo act heard regularly at Tribeca Rock Club, CBGB’s and Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, along with clubs in upstate New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Inspired by Elmore James, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy and Bob Dylan, Lear’s own style has a distinct sound that is fast and furious with unparallel energy and breath-taking heart and soul as he slams out, shuffles, stomps, instrumentals and original songs. “ Lear is a guitar god, influenced by everyone from Hendrix to Buddy Guy.” – L Magazine Fri 5/18 The Giving Tree 10:00 pm $10 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 ournet proceeds goes to support great charities! So come and party with us - for a good cause or two! Sat 5/19 Stand 8:00 pm $15 (Irish Rock) "A sonically dense record, it is a pitch perfect melange of tight hooks, engaging studio textures and infectious percussion" -IRISH VOICE / NOV 2006 Stand are four lads from Dublin, Ireland who got a taste of the United States on a trip in to play Austin¹s SXSW Festival. Awed at the prospect of limitless venues, they made the move and headquartered themselves out of New York in 2002. They built a solid following in the Northeast, being voted "Best Band on that NACA college circuit" in both 2005 and 2006. The band quickly set another foothold in New York on the western end of the state after being asked to perform twice at the Thursday in the Square Summer Concert Series in Buffalo, NY. Jeff Miers of the Buffalo News picked up on their stunning live performances and declared them ³a gimmickless band that generates feverish excitement, both on the concert stage and in the recording studio. The band stayed put in Buffalo last spring and entered Chameleon West Studio to commence work on this, Travel Light, their fourth long player. Composer/guitarist and studio savvy David Walsh took the production helm, working with Michael McCoy, former head engineer at the legendary Hit Factory in NYC. The recordings that make up this album commenced in a springtime Buffalo blizzard and ended in the early summer sun of Lexington, Kentucky's St. Claire Recording Studio. A departure from the guitar based work of their 2004 work Transmissions, the band are feverishly proud of the songs recorded here and as always, are working them out on the road as the van barrels on down the highway. Developing their songs and moving records from the van of their NYC headquarter,

these four very different guys, in the most magical way of the best band to do so before them, merge into one upon taking the stage. Sat 5/19 - Little Head Thinks 10PM $10 (alternative, rock and roll, covers and originals) Sun 5/20 - Anne Weiss – 8:00 pm $10 (folk, blues, gospel, Latin music) Wed 5/23 Private Party Thurs 5/24 Matt Cutillo - 8:00 pm $10 (alternative rock, solo acoustic) Thurs 5/24 Nancy Atlas CD Release Party 8:00 pm $40 at the door gets you - A Double Live CD (22 Songs) A shot of Southern Comfort (cause that feels like home!); DVD Rockumentary of Making of Album; The Full Band on FIRE!(2 sets); Chips and Dips Fri 5/25 - Los Amigos Invisibles - 8:00 pm $50 (Venezuelan disco funk band) Booga Sugar - 10:30PM $25 (70's Disco) Sat 5/26 -Lez Zepplin - 8:00 pm $50 (rock and roll) The Nancy Atlas Project - 10:30PM $25 (Rock and Roll) Sun. Sun 5/27 - Martin Sexton - 8:00 pm $90/80 (ONE SHOW ONLY) (new folk, acoustic singer songwriter, not to be missed) Winston Irie - 10:30PM $25 (reggae) Mon. 5/28 - Dick Dale - 8:00 pm $70/55 (surf Rock) Thurs. 5/31 -Mama Vig - 9:00 pm $10 (acoustic, jazzy) 9:00 pm -MamaVig - $10 (acoustic, jazzy) On a lark, acoustic guitar hero Frank Vignola and Jamie Masefield (JazzMandolin Project) got together to jam one afternoon this past August-literally on a front porch-- and found that they had a lot to say, so to speak. Frank called Gary Mazzaroppi (a regular guest of Marian McPartland's public radio show "Piano Jazz", and touring bassist with Lionel Hampton Big Band, Les Paul, Stan Getz, Buddy Rich, and countless others...), and soon they had gigs and a recording (to be released soon). Sometimes it just happens like this. With an incredible array of influences, these three master players and improvisers have created an acoustic music that is as melodic and lyrical as it is jazzy and finger-picking good. "Mandolinist Jamie Masefield churns out incessant chords like a guitarist. The unquestioned skilled musicianship. is easy to peg." ~Rolling Stone "Mr. Mazzaroppi has developed into a brilliantly virtuosic bass soloist." ESTIA CANTINA 77 Main Street, Amagansett 267-6320 Fri 5/4 & Sat 5/5: Joe Locke As a jazz musician, Locke was precocious, having played with such luminaries as Dizzy Gillespie, Pepper Adams and Mongo Santamaria before he was even out of high school. Fri 5/11 & Sat 5/12: Paula West Don’t miss Paula West. The phenomenal singer who has been compared to all the legendary voices in jazz yet has a unique quality that can only be her own returns to Estia Cantina. If you were shut out last time BOOK NOW. Fri 5/18 & Sat 5/19: Junior Mance with Hide Tanaka and Jackie Williams Book now as Junior has sold out all shows he has done in the past at Estia Cantina. Don’t miss this one. Mance has been part of the “100 Golden Fingers” and he was the pianist in Lionel Hampton’s all star touring band, “The Golden Men of Jazz." On November 21, 1997, in Tampa Florida, Mance was inducted into The International Jazz Hall of Fame. KARIN SANDERS FINE ART 126 Main St. 2nd Floor, Sag Harbor, NY 899 3430 Sat 5/26 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm New Exhibition Opening Champagne Reception FRESH ART artists: Richard Alvarez; Jill Corson; Diane Rollins Feissel; Orly Cogan; Michael Souter; Cara Ober THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Stories, Songs, and Playtime For Babies and Toddlers. No advance sign-up required. Fri 5/25 6:30 – 8:30 pm Friday at the Movies Family Film - Arthur and the Invisibles - Rated PG. Film shown on the big screen with stereo sound. Families are welcome to bring a blanket, and children may wear PJs. Free. Doors open at 6:15 p.m Fri 6/1 6:30 – 8:30 pm Dream Girls - Drama / Musical starring Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Beyoncé Knowles, Eddie Murphy and Danny Glover. Directed by Bill Condon. Rated PG-13 for language, some sexuality and drug content.

June EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 Sun 6/03 10:00 am Stony Hill & Jacob’s Farm Preserve (6 miles) Explore the beautiful beech woods of Stony Hill and the grassy oaks of Jacob Farm. Post-hike lunch at the leader’s nearby house. Brisk pace hike. Meet on the east side of Abraham’s Path, ¼ mile north of Town Lane, in Amagansett. Leader: Rick Whalen (631) 267-6608 Weds 6/06 10:00 am Water Fence Hike (5 miles) This vigorous hike, a favorite of this hike leader, takes us on the Serpent’s Back Trail and along the shore to the Waterfence overlooking Napeague Bay. Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook Parking lot off Rt. 27, about 1 mile east of the Old Montauk Highway fork, in Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093 Sat 6/09 9:00 am Bike Ride; Southold and Peconic (2-3 Hours) Meet at the parking area at North Ferry, Shelter Island. The leisurely ride will take us through North Fork towns with visits to Horton Lighthouse and Catapano Dairy Farm. Please confirm with leaders Leaders: Lois Peltz and Jerry Brown(631) 329-9414 Sat 6/09 10:00 am Poetry Hike at Sammy’s Beach (3 miles) We will stop twice on this shore hike for poetry readings. BYOP (bring your own poem) written by you or someone else.&nbs p; 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. Leaders: Leeanne Domash and Laurie Adler (631) 329-2617 Sat 6/09 9:00 am LongShanks Hike #3 (10.8 miles) This loop circuit through Northwest Woods will be third in our series. The next longshanks will be in September. We meet at Chatfield Hole Preserve on Two Holes of Water road about 1.4 miles west of Stephens Hand Path. We will lunch on the beach at Alewive Brook Landing and after that it’s all downhill. Bring lunch/snacks and plenty of water. Leader: Cliff Bekkedahl (631) 267-7646 Weds 6/13 10:00 am Lily Hill Cemetery Walk (2 miles) We’ll take a leisurely stroll to an almost forgotten cemetery in Amagansett where some members of the Dominy family (craftsmen of watches, windmills, and fine furniture) are buried. Meet on Spring Close Highway, less than a mile north of the intersection with Rt 27, just north of the LIRR underpass. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 Sat 6/16 10:00 am Miller’s Ground (4 miles) Climb a South Fork “mountain”(?) and investigate a rare (?) vernal pool on this challenging romp over part of the Ronkonkama Moraine. Mountain laurels may be in bloom. Meet on Wainscott Northwest Rd (Daniel’s Hole Rd) just north of the EH airport. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 Weds 6/20 10:00 am Big Reed Pond (3-4 miles) Enjoy many beautiful water views of Big Reed Pond, including a Registered Natural Landmark. Meet at the parking area off East Lake Drive, about 2 miles north of the intersection with Rt. 27 in Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093 Sat 6/23 10:00 am Chatsfield’s Hole (3 easy miles) Named after an early East Hampton set tler, Chatfield’s Hole is a beautiful glacial kettle hole surrounded by stately pine trees. Purchased for preservation in 1976, the area around the hole is one of the town’s first open-space acquisitions. Meet at the kiosk parking area on route 114 at the intersection of Edward’s Hole Rd in East Hampton (2 miles north of Stephen Hands Path). Leader: Gene Makl (631) 324-8662 Weds 6/27 10:00 am Right of Way Trail (4 miles) We will walk 2 miles along the fern-lined Right of Way Trail in Montauk to a quiet lake beach where we will stop to enjoy the view. Then we’ll return on the same charming trail. Meet at Montauk Library Parking lot off Rt 27 on the east side of town. Leader: Eva Moore (631) 238-5134 Sat 6/30 10:00 am Stony Hill Preserve (3 miles) One of our recent openings where names like The Archery Trail and Baker Kettle Hole become a reality. Set in a “remote” wooded section of East Hampton, this easy hike should put you in a tranquil mood for the rest of the day. Meet at the south side of Red Dirt Rd approx. ¼ mile from Old Accabonac Hwy in Amagansett. Leader: Gene Makl (631) 324-8662 Sat 6/30 10:00 am Northwest Woods (4 miles) Hike on some old trails and some new ones in the Northwest woods including part of the Grace Estate. Meet on Hands Creek road

near the intersection of Van Scoys Path West, about 3 miles north of East Hampton Village. Leader: Rick Whalen (631) 267-6608 Sat 6/30 10:00 am Kayak Paddle #2 3 Mile Harbor/Goose Creek Paddle and visit beautiful Goose Creek along the shore of Sammy’s Beach and a stop at Dayton Island, purchased and preserved by the Town, at the inlet to Three Mile Harbor. BYO boat or call Mike Bottini 267-5228 for a kayak rental. Meet at Maidstone Park on the beach at the inlet. Life vests are required. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 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 6/2- National Trails Day Celebration. 10AM-Noon. Join us at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge for a 3 mile hike through the heart of the pine barrens. Lunch will be served after the hike. Please call to reserve. 631-283-2638. Meet in Refuge parking lot on Old Country Road, 1 mile west of County Road 104 in Quogue. Sat 6/2- Sarnoff Exploration. 10AM-1:30PM. Meet at Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of CR 104, 2.5 miles south of Riverhead traffic circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring liquids and snacks. The route of the hike will be determined by trail conditions.. 7-8 miles. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net Sun 6/3-Sag Harbor Literary Tour. 9AM-12:30PM. Meet at the windmill on Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. Explore Sag Harbor’s fascinating literary history. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Thurs 6/7-S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting. 7PM-9PM. Meet at the Southampton Town Hall lower level meeting room. All are welcome. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 6/9 –SOFO Surprise. 10AM-Noon. Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Tpk. A 5 mile hike into the unknown. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 6/10- Paumanok Path Ramble. 9AM-12:00PM. Meet at Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road, Noyac. Challenging 6 mile hike from Trout Pond to the Long Pond Greenbelt. Bring liquids. Rudi Lemp, 631-283-3759. Sat 6/16-Sarnoff Hike. 10AM-1:30 PM. Meet at Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of CR 104, 2.5 miles south of Riverhead traffic circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring liquids and snacks. The route of the hike will be determined by trail conditions.. 7-8 miles. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or virg4@optonline.net Sat 6/16- H.O.T. Horseback Ride. 10AM-Noon. Leisurely ride west of the canal along portions of the Paumanok Path. BYO horse. Barbara Bornstein, 631-537-6188. Sun 6/17-Barcelona Neck. 9AM-Noon. Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Club parking lot on Barcelona Point Road ( off Rte. 114 ), Sag Harbor. A brisk 5 mile hike with woods and water. Dianne Rulnick, 631-726-5903. Sat 6/23- Laurel Valley. 10AM-Noon. Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). 4 miles, some hills, through blooming laurel (we hope). Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 6/23-Narrow Lane Clean-up. 8AM. Help clean our adopted road. Call Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 6/24-William Mulvihill Preserve. 9AM-11:30PM. Meet at the trail head on Brick Kiln Road about 1/3 mile north of Scuttlehole Road. 4-5 mile interpretive hike through the Mulvihill Preserves. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Mon 6/25-Ecological Lecture. 6PM-7PM. Meet at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center, 1061 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike to hear Marty Shea, Chief Environmental Analyst for the Town of Southampton speak on the ecological highlights and preservation in the Long Pond Greenbelt. Reservations required. Call Laura Smith, principal Environmental Analyst, CPF Dept. Town of Southampton at 2875720. Sat 6/30- Elliston Park. 9AM-11:00PM. Meet at the park entrance on Millstone Brook Road. Southampton. Beautiful ponds and woods and a mysterious swamp. 5miles, some

hills. Howard Reisman,631-283-5376 GUILD HALL Woodhouse and Moran Galleries 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 5/5 – Sat 6/2 The 69th Annual Guild Hall Members Exhibition II – Artists M-Z Sat 6/9 Annual Members Meeting 10:30 am Boots Lamb Education Center Refreshments will be served Free Sat 6/16 Dan Flavin: An Intimate View Museum Public Opening and Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Exhibition on view to July 29 Free Fri 6/29 Theater Benefit Season Opener: John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey at the Maidstone Tennis Club 6:30 pm - late Guild Hall presents its Season Opener with John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey at The Maidstone Tennis Club in East Hampton. The marvelous married musical duo perform a heady mixture of lounge act, jazz and theater from the American Songbook, some of it tinged with a Brazilian accent-an event not to be missed! At 6:30pm cocktails will be served. At 7:30 guests will enjoy dinner. At 9pm, swing the night away with John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey performance! $350 and $500 Benefit tickets available only through Guild Hall’s Development Office. Call 631-324-0806 ext. 13 for tickets THE PLAYHOUSE 64 Huntting Lane East Hampton 516- 551-9347 Sat 6/16 The Playhouse Project Benefit Concert 5:30 - 8:30pm Suggested Donation: $75.00 GUILD HALL, THE PLAYHOUSE PROJECT & SWISS GLOBAL ARTISTIC FOUNDATION present The Extraordinary Music of World Class Soloists Gleb Ivanov and Bassa Saba. Join internationally renowned conductor Geoffrey Simon; Playhouse Project Founders, Mirra Bank and Richard Brockman; and Swiss Global Founder and Director, Heather deHaes, for the Third Annual Playhouse Benefit Concert at the majestic Playhouse in the heart of the East Hampton village. This extraordinary evening of classical music brings together two great virtuosos, Russian pianist, Gleb Ivanov and master instrumentalist, Bassam Saba along with his percussionist, April Centrone and performances by the two winning students of this year's Elizabeth Brockman Award in Classical Music, violinist Ariel Carter and vocalist Dana Alamia, both of Southampton High School. Two $1,000 grants will be awarded to each student. Additionally, three Judge's Merit Awards for emerging talent will be distributed to vocalists Rafaela Gurtler and Dylan Greene and violist, Julia Pucci. The Washington Times said of 23 year old Gleb Ivanov's music, "...eerily like the ghost of Horowitz...his talent is larger than life." Bassam Saba is a world-renowned instrumentalist, conductor and composer, whose masterful repertoire includes Middle Eastern, jazz, and European classical music. A buffet reception with the artists follows the concert. Don't miss this rare event! Contributions to The Playhouse Project are used for development of performing arts programs to benefit public high school students of the South Fork, and are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. For tickets please contact: Barbara Sansone 516- 551-9347 bsansone@optonline.net Janet Goleas Education Director, Guild Hall 631-324-0806 x: 29 education@guildhall.org The Bay Street Theatre mainstage Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Tues 5/22 – Sun 6/3 Things Being What They Are Tues – Sat 8:00 pm Sun 7:00 pm Matinees Wed 2:00 pm & Sat 4:00 pm $50-$75 Limited Engagement! Meet Bill and his new neighbor Jack. Both are at a crossroads in their lives and marriages. This wistful comedy explores the passions and human failings that bring people together and drive them apart. By: Wendy MacLeod, Directed by: Leonard Foglia With Brian D’Arcy James whose Broadway credits include The Apple Tree, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Sweet Smell of Success, Titanic, Carousel and Blood Brothers, & Tom McGowan whose television credits include Everybody Loves Raymond and Fraiser; movie credits include Bad Santa, The Bridcage and Sleepless In Seattle; Broadyway credits include La Bette, Chicago and Ivanoff as Jack. "...funny and deceptively proufound..." Chicago Tribune Tues 6/12 – Sub 7/1 The Night Season Tues – Sat 8:00 pm Sun 7:00 pm Matinees Wed 2:00 pm & Sat 4:00 pm $50-$75 It’s late at night. A shoeless, rain-drenched film star on location appears at his lodging in Sligo, Ireland. On his arrival, he discovers a home with three feisty sisters, a poetry-quoting father and an eccentric grandma who sings show tunes. This American Premiere is a funny, modern, intoxicated tale of love, loss and family. " ... charming, blithe and funny…." London’s Guardian. American Premiere. By: Rebecca Lenkiewicz Directed by: Lonny Price With: KATHERINE HELMOND whose television credits include: Soap, Who’s The Boss?, Coach, and Everybody Loves Raymond; Broadway credits include Mixed Emotions, Great God Brown, and House

Of Blue Leaves; and film credits include Walt Disney/Pixar’s Cars (voice of Tin Lizzy), Brazil, Family Plot, and OverboardBox Office hours are Tuesday to Saturday 11 am - 6 pm. (Save 10% off single tickets for The Night Season! Sponsored by Bookhampton. Call the Box Office at 631-725-9500 and mention code: NIGHT EBLAST. Not valid on June 16. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers. Cannot be used for online purchases. Subject to availability. Offer expires July 1, 2007.) THE BAY STREET THEATRE ADULT CLASSES Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Saturdays 10am - 1pm Playwriting Workshop with William Burford $125 per 4 week session (Through October 2007) Playwrights hear their scripts read, followed by supportive discussion from other active writers under the guidance of director, writer and Bay Street General Manager William Burford. Bill is the General Manager of Bay Street Theater. He has directed over 60 productions across the U.S., specializing in new works, and has produced many more. He is a panelist on the New York State Council for the Arts. Bill has taught theatre, interdisciplinary arts and creative process. Many in this group are seasoned playwrights, some new to the craft. Newcomers are encouraged to sit in a first session without cost. All participants are expected to present current work. Participants sign up for four sessions at a time. Please call Bill Burford at 631-725-0818 ext. 104 for additional information. Sat 6/30 – Sat 8/11 Scene Study & Acting Technique with Stephen Hamilton Saturdays 10am - 1pm $450 Maximum enrollment 16 students; age 18 and up. Admission is by interview only. Please call 631-725-0818, ext. 101 to arrange an interview. A rare opportunity to take a professional acting class with Bay Street Theatre’s Co-Founder and Executive Director, Steve Hamilton. The class will explore the central elements of the actor’s craft through work on scenes from classic and contemporary plays. The emphasis will be on performance work that is authentic, specific and courageous. Prior to co-founding Bay Street in 1992, STEPHEN HAMILTON performed extensively Off-Broadway and in regional theatre, including Lincoln Center Theatre, Circle in the Square, Soho Rep, The Actor’s Studio, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Capitol Rep, Alliance Theatre of Atlanta, and the Arizona Theatre Company, among others. Mr. Hamilton’s directing credits include Bay Street’s World Premiere of Gross Points starring Alec Baldwin, as well as Quack Theatrics’ production of Martin McDonagh’s The Lonesome West at the Stephen Talkhouse and Yasmina Reza’s Art at the John Drew Theatre in East Hampton. A long time member of Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, Steve served as a faculty member there and has been teaching acting for almost 20 years. He offers private coaching for actors in his studio in Sag Harbor. For more information visit www.stephen-hamilton.com KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Thurs 6/28 Danna Banana 3:00 pm $12 Celebrate summer with Danna Banana and silly songs about beaches, barbecues, baseball, sunburns and mosquitoes from the hit CD Suddenly Summer. Ages 4 -8. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 Thurs 6/14 – Sat 6/16 -15th Annual Water Mill Museum Members Art Exhibition Fri 6/22 – Mon 7/16 Function as Art: Celadon Gallery Invitational Sun 6/24 11:00 am - Artists Brunch Reception: Annual Museum Members Art Exhibition & Celadon THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 FILMS @ THE PARRISH $5 Parrish Members / $7 Non-Members per film Each film will be followed by an online discussion forum moderated by series curator, film critic, and educator John K. Turnbull. Turnbull has taught film at the college level and holds degrees in film studies from City College and Harvard University. Fri 6/15 8:00 pm Rivers & Tides Germany, 2003, in English, NR 90 minutes Directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer Cast: Andy Goldsworthy This amazing documentary from Thomas Riedelsheimer follows renowned sculptor Andy Goldsworthy as he creates with ice, driftwood, bracken, leaves, stone, dirt, and snow in open fields, beaches, rivers, creeks, and forests. With each new creation, he carefully studies the energetic flow and transitory nature of his work. The film won the Golden Gate Award Grand Prize for Best Documentary at the 2003 San Francisco International Film Festival. Fri 6/22 8:00 pm Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man USA, 2006, in English, PG-13 98 minutes Directed by Lian Lunson Cast: Leonard Cohen, Bono, Beth Orton, Rufus Wainright,

U2, Nick Cave A host of popular artists -- including Beth Orton, Nick Cave, Rufus Wainright and U2 -- come together for a memorable evening of music at the Sydney Opera House, paying tribute to legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen. Producing a piece that's part concert film and part documentary, filmmaker Lian Lunson combines footage from the show with archival material and intimate interviews, resulting in a fascinating portrait of a gifted tunesmith. Fri 6/29 8:00 pm Absolute Wilson USA, 2006, in English, NR 105 minutes Directed by Katharina Otto-Bernstein Cast: Robert Wilson, Susan Sontag, Philip Glass, David Byrne An intimate portrait of a gifted, controversial genius, Absolute Wilson traces the unlikely career of a learning-disabled boy from the American South who grew up to create such seminal works of avant-garde theater as Einstein on the Beach and The CIVIL WarS. More than a biography, this film is an exhilarating exploration of the transformative power of creativity itself. The film introduces such admirers, friends and critics as musician David Byrne, the late writer Susan Sontag, composer Phillip Glass and singer Jessye Norman. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 x 41 Sat 6/9 – Sun 6/10 Landscape Pleasures (Tickets start at $ 125) Sat 6/9 Symposium featuring Fascinating Lectures by a distinguished selection of speakers 8:30 am Continental Breakfast 9:00 am The Garden in Photographs – A Brief History w/Leslie Rose Close 9:45 am Great Gardens – From Classic Gardens to Gardens of Dreams – The Photography of Erica Leonard 10:30 am The NYC Parks Project w/ Joel Meyerowitz 11:15 am Glamour in My Garden – Intimate Portraits of Plants I Know w/Ken Druse 12:00 pm Garden Tour Preview 12:15 pm True East w/Wendy Chamberlain 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Benefit Committee Cocktail Party Landscape Pleasures Benefactors, Patrons & Sponsors are invited for an evening of drinks and hors d’oeuvres at the Southampton home and garden of Parrish Life Trustee Jan Cowles. This 2 acre wildflower meadow, under a canopy of trees, was designed by Bruce Kelly in the mis 1990s. Sun 6/10 Garden Tours 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Enjoy self guided tours of the East End’s most unique and magnificent gardens. Wed 6/13 Artists’ Studio Tour $15 Parrish Members/ $20 Non-Members Spend a memorable day visiting the remarkable studios of Mary Heilmann and Bryan Hunt. In her Bridgehampton studio, Mary Heilmann creates unique abstract paintings that employ vibrant colors and a variety of forms. Best known for his cast metal sculptures that transform motion into abstraction, Bryan Hunt lives and works in three nineteenth-century barns in Wainscott. Times and directions for this driving tour will be provided upon registration. Space is limited, please reserve early. Sat 6/16 Remembering Fairfield Porter 6:00 pm $5 Parrish Members/ $7 Non-Members In conjunction with the exhibition Fairfield Porter: Inside and Outside the Artist’s Studio, please join us for a delightful and informative evening of recollection with four of Fairfield Porter’s distinguished friends: poet David Shapiro and painters Robert Dash, Jane Freilicher and John MacWhinnie. Fri 6/29 Fridays @ Noon: Fairfield Porter in His Own Words 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Take a closer look at topics and themes in the summer exhibitions. Using excerpts from his letters and poems, Parrish educators create a portrait of Fairfield Porter. Bring your lunch and we will supply the beverages and dessert. Sat 6/30 “Project Eco-Visions” 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on the West Lawn of The Parrish Art $5 The Project, a dynamic effort to get the 21-35 year old crowd engaged with The Museum, has recently partnered up with Rock’n Renew, an educational organization, which examines topics of sustainability of our planet. The Project kicks off the summer with its first ever green-inspired party: Project ECO-VISION on Saturday, June 30 at 8 p.m. at The Parrish Art Museum. Admission is $5 for this outdoor event including art, music, food and drinks, and entrance into the galleries. The Project will bring ideas for “going green” to the local community through a collaboration with Rock’n Renew, a New York-based organization that uses art and music to promote conservation of our planet. Featuring live local bands and a collaborative art installation made from recycled materials by over 60 Long Island artists, Eco-Vision will combine music and art to encourage participants to learn more about our planet and support our local arts and music scene. “Green-minded” organizations will also be on hand to answer questions and give tips on living an eco-friendly lifestyle. Amateur and established artists are asked to make something for the “Garbage Garden” which will be

installed on The Parrish Art Museum’s West Lawn. Participants will display their garden-inspired art, constructed using recycled and found materials. This party under the stars will begin with live local music from We’red Jelly Fish, Dan Bailey Music and will continue through the night with a special appearance from New York singer-songwriter Dawn Landes. We'red Jelly Fish brings an eclectic mix of jam band acoustic rock, splashed with a bluegrass scent and master drummer Dan Bailey performs energetic global music with reggae, folk, and African roots. Alt-folk musician Dawn Landes brings raw folk traditionalism and a lyrical sensibility to her compositions. Visit parrishart.org to learn more about these performers. New York City's DJ E-Frank will spin all night. The event will also include a Chinese auction featuring items that promote a green lifestyle. Project ECO-VISION will bring together various environmental organizations including Rock’n Renew, Group for The South Fork, and Surfrider Foundation. Representatives from these groups will be at the event with information on how to get involved. The Southampton Publick House will provide local microbrews, wine provided by Duckwalk Vineyards and Smart Water will distribute their products. The Museum's galleries will be open until 11:00 p.m. during The Project events. Guests will have the a opportunity to explore the galleries at night, enjoy a drink with friends and experience new art while listening to local music at this venue for art and music in Southampton Village. To get involved or learn more about this year’s events call 631-283-2118 ext. 24 or email info@parrishart.org. THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 Fri 6/1 6:30 – 8:30 pm Dream Girls - Drama / Musical starring Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson, Jamie Foxx, Beyoncé Knowles, Eddie Murphy and Danny Glover. Directed by Bill Condon. Rated PG-13 for language, some sexuality and drug content. Saturday 6/9 Publication Party 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm $25 donation includes a copy of the book! The Friends of the John Jermain Memorial Library will hold a Publication Party for Voices of Sag Harbor: A Village Remembered, in the John Jermain Library as part of Sag Harbor’s 300th Anniversary. Fri 6/15 6:30 – 8:30 pm Friday at the Movies - The Last King of Scotland - Drama / History / Thriller starring Best Actor Oscar winner Forest Whitaker. Also starring James McAvoy and Gillian Anderson. Directed by Kevin MacDonald. Rated R for some strong violence and gruesome images, sexual content, and language. SOUTHAMPTON ARTISTS ASSOCIATION Mattituck, NY298-1078 Mon 6/18 – Sun 7/1 “Still Life & Garden Show” SPRINGS ART DAY Barnes Country Store, Springs Library, Blacksmit Shop, Ashawagh Hall, Springs General Store, Presbyterian Church, Pollock-Krasner House, Springs Wine Store, Pizza & Things, Surface Library Gallery, Hampton Auto Collision, The Fireplace Project Sun 6/17 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Come visit the shops, Galleries & Restaurants of the Springs. Discover where the Abstract Srt Movement began. Sample Borghese Wines. Listen to Area musicians: Bands Inc, Surfdogs, Arrows of Fire, Blackout. Puppet Shows, Pony Rides, Art & Ceramic exhibits. 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! Sat 6/9 Custer's Annual Meeting and BBQ 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 6/2 Contradance 8:00- 11:00 pm Dunegrass / Chart Guthrie $10/$14 EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 6/9 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Houses of the Hamptons, by Gary Lawrence & Anne Surchin. Book Signing & Cocktail Reception. Join us for a lively discussion with the authors, followed by a book signing and cocktail reception at the Maidstone Clubhouse. For more information and tickets, please call 631-324-6850. Sat 6/16 10:00 am Architectural History Tour with Richard Barons: Mulford Farm Restoration Tour begins at 10am, rain or shine. Admission $10/$5 members. Reservations are required. Please call 631-324-6850. Sat 6/16 New Members Coctail Reception at Grey Gardens 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

For more information, please contact the Society's office at 631-324-6850 Sat 6/30 Cemetery Tour with Hugh King 10:00am Join historian Hugh King for a guided tour of East Hampton's coffin-shaped "Burying Ground." Tours begin at front gate of Mulford Farm, rain or shine. Admission $10. For reservations, please call 631-324-6850 LOAVES & FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Highway Bridgehampton 537-6066 Sat 6/23 Kevin Penner 12:00pm – 2:00 pm Free Chef of 1770 house and Wei Fun Sat 6/30 Sheila Lukins co-author of “The Siler Palate Cookbook” 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free 25th Anniversary Book Signing & Demonstration WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm 2:00pm Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 6/5 Cooking with Kids: Healthful Snacks Budding young cooks will learn to make snacks that taste so good, they’ll never guess they’re good for them, too! And if you’re lucky, the kids will share a bite or two with you. Hummus, Guacamole, Very Berry Smoothies and White Bean Dip Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 6/12 Father's Day Dinner Dad will love a hearty home-cooked meal on his special day. If he’s a meat-and-potatoes kind of guy, this dinner is sure to satisfy. Romaine, Gorgonzola and Walnut Salad, Herb Roasted New Potatoes and Stuffed Pork Chops Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 6/19 A Mediterranean Al Fresco Evening Dining outdoors in the company of friends and family is one of the great pleasures of summer. Our Mediterranean-inspired meal is perfect for enjoying alfresco. Caprese Salad, Rapini with Garlic and Red Pepper, Roast Chicken with Balsamic and Sage and Affogato Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 6/26 Smoke and Spice Used since ancient times, spice rubs add a world of zesty flavors to foods. We’ll show you how to enhance meat, poultry and seafood with this simple technique. Herb-and-Spice-Rubbed Tri-Tip Sandwiches, Basic Spice Rub, Grilled Chicken with Herb Rub and SpiceRubbed Salmon Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher 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 Mon 6/11 – Fri 6/15 4 Day East Bound Abyss 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm 30 person @ $600 Mon 6/18 – Thurs 6/21 3 Day Noreast.com 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm 28 person @ $450 MONTAUK MARINE BASIN 426 West Lake Dr. Montauk 668-5900 Thurs 6/28 – Sat 6/30 37th Annual Shark Tag Tournament Entry Fee $800 Boats return 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Fri & Sat Montauk Marine Basin Celebrates the 37th Annual Shark Tag Tournament with Big Cash Prizes! We offer a total purse of $50,000.00 broken into various prizes, including our exclusive woman and junior categories. We will limit the amount of boats to 150 in order to keep the tournament manageable, personal and fun for all. Note that prize money will be based on entries. Fishing Conservation is still our main concern. Montauk Marine continues to strive for greater goals and you have made these goals possible

over the years with your competitive angling and responsible fishing. Once again we are proud of the several hundred pounds of shark meat that has been donated each year to Long Island Cares to feed the hungry. The increased weight limits have also contributed for fisheries conservation and we abide by these weight limits for this tournament. We thank those of you who have fished our tournament in the past and welcome all new comers to join in and enjoy the great fishing Montauk has to offer while participating in our efforts to conserve fishing as a sport as well as contributing to scientific studies. Offshore Magazine survey voted Montauk Marine Shark Tag Tournament as One of the Best Northeast Tournaments in 2006. Award Dinner - Saturday, June 30th @ 7:30pm Your entry includes 4 dinner tickets. Additional tickets cost $30.00 and must be purchased in advance. LONG ISLAND TRADITIONS, INC. 516-767-8803 Sat 6/30 Boating with the Baymen Tour 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Ferry departs from Greenport Ferry Dock located on 3rd Street next to the Shelter Island Ferry Since 1985, when a mysterious brown tide devastated the oysters, scallops, and clams that have been harvested by local baymen for generations, commercial fishermen have faced an uphill battle to survive. On Saturday, June 30, join us for a sunset cruise where we will talk with local baymen who have learned their trades from a tradition that has been passed down within their families. This guided tour is led by folklorist Nancy Solomon. Meet and talk with baymen Pete Wenczel and Howard Pickerell, lighthouse historian Merle Wiggins and environmental planner Jeff Kassner. You will learn how the Peconics are changing and what the future holds for local baymen. Reservations can be made by sending in the reservation form. For more information and to confirm availability call (516) 767-8803 or e-mail us at litrad@i2000.com. SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0011 Sun 6/17 – Mon 6/18 Sag Harbor Arts & Crafts Fair 10:00 am-4:00 pm SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 537-0400 Sat 6/16 Garden Tour in Sagaponack & Bridgehampton 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $50 Sponsored by the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) 16TH ANNUAL HAMPTON’S SPRING GARDEN ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-0333 Thurs 5/31 – Sun 6/3 Fri & Sat 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sun 10:00 am – 5:00 pm A Jean Seinberg Prestige Show 537-0333 www.hamptonsantiques.com antiqueshows@hamptons.com 21ST ANNUAL HISTORIC MULFORD FARM ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE James Lane at Montauk Highway East Hampton Sat 6/23 10 am - 5 pm Regular admission: $8/$7 members (Early buying benefit preview: 9-10am with $10 admission). A Benefit for East Hampton Historical Society Rain or Shine / Outdoors - Under Tent. A Jean Seinberg Prestige Show 537-0333 www.hamptonsantiques.com antiqueshows@hamptons.com SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Sat 6/8 Me by the Sea, 4th Grade Photo Exhibit 10:00 am opening and 5:00 pm reception, Sag Harbor Elementary School Sat 6/16 Keeping Time in Sag Harbor gallery talk with Stephen Longmire 3:00 pm Sun 6/24 Maritime Tour Old Burying Ground 1:00 pm, Old Burying Ground Committee CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Fri 6/8 – Sun 6/10 Piano Tasting 10:30 am – 3:00 pm Frank and Camille Fine Pianos, the largest piano dealer in the tri-state area, will display a beautiful selection of top-notch brand pianos. Please come to play, admire, try or just sit at one of these beautiful works of art, while savoring the flavor notes in our wine

making beautiful music together. Sun 6/17 Summer Olive Oil Tasting Free Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria. Thurs 6/21 North Fork Film Festival "The Cats of Mirikitani” Start time 6:30pm, film at 7:00pm $12.00 What begins as a straightforward documentary on an elderly homeless artist in New York City winds up as an indictment of U.S. internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII in Linda Hattendorf's startlingly timely "The Cats of Mirikitani." A quiet little man of Japanese descent, Jimmy Mirikitani sits under the awning of a Korean grocery store drawing cats. But post-9/11, Helmer Hattendorf takes Jimmy home, discovering more about him as reports on racist attacks against Muslims in the U.S. raise frightening specters of his past. Always surprising documentary makes excellent use of its many serendipitous moments. Wine sold by the glass starting at 6:30 pm and gourmet cheese platters will be available for purchase and enjoyment during the movie. Sat 6/23 Summer Solstice Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested Sat 6/23 Dessert Tasting Featuring: Peconic Bakery’s Chocolate Luxuries 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Free Come and taste the uniquely beautiful and delicious desserts by Peconic Bakery, and learn how to pair wine and desserts. Sun 6/24 Long Island Wine & Food Cookbook GREAT TASTES OF LONG ISLAND Book signing by Ann Marie Borghese 1-3pm Ann Marie Borghese is proud to present a one of a kind creation, pairing the best of Borghese wines with Long Island’s finest restaurants. This cookbook, created by Ann Marie Borghese in collaboration with AHRC and LI restaurants, has stolen the hearts of all who treasure wine, dining, and Long Island. Sat 6/30 Full Moon ~ Winemaker's Walk 1:00 pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Please call to make reservations (631) 734-5111 ALISON’S RESTAURANT 95 School Street Bridgehampton 631-537-7100 Thurs 6/7 7:00 p.m. The Authors Round Table Dinner Series: Special talk with Hilma Wolitzer $54.00 per person. Includes a three course meal and signed copy of the book. (Tax, tip and drinks not included.) For tickets and reservations contact Alison Restaurant. Following her acclaimed novel, The Doctor's Daughter, award-winning author Hilma Wolitzer has now written SUMMER READING, a seductive glimpse into the intersecting lives of three very different women. It is a tale about friendship, romance, inspiration, longing, and, especially, the love of good books. Stunningly evocative and richly imagined, SUMMER READING explores the meaning and consequences of living an authentic life. Sun 6/10 6:30 p.m. The Authors Round Table Dinner Series $74.00 per person. Includes a three course meal and signed copy of the book. (Tax, tip and drinks not included.) Photographer Susan Meisel and author Nathalie Sann In her introduction to Gourmet Shops of New York, co-author Nathalie Sann states, “New York is, right now, the food capital of the world.” A strong sentiment indeed, especially coming from a native Parisienne! Sann supports this claim by noting that while there are, of course, superb food stores in France, Italy, and other European countries, they are almost exclusively devoted to native culinary specialties.This book is as much a fun read as it is a useful guidebook, and includes nearly sixty recipes like Il Laboratorio del Gelato’s for Black Mission Fig Gelato, Di Paolo Dairy’s Cheesecake made with their lush fresh ricotta, and Gigot de Sept Heures—slow cooked lamb—from Florence Meat Market tucked away on tiny Jones Street in the West Village. With separate indexes for Addresses, Neighborhoods, and Recipes, Gourmet Shops of New York is sure to be an essential book for every aspiring chowhound living in, or visiting New York City. Thurs 6/21 6:30 pm Special talk with Tracie Hotchner author of The Dog Bible $49.00 per person includes three course meal and a signed copy of The Dog Bible & a “doggie bag”. (Tax, tip or drinks not included). The Dog Bible is the first all-inclusive comprehensive guide to everything pertaining to the relationship of people and their dogs —

the one book all dog people need on their shelves to find information and answers about any question or concern. This book is being called “the Dr. Spock for dogs:” finally, dog lovers have an authoritative, unbiased guide to sharing their life with a dog. Sun 6/24 at 6:30 pm. Meet authors Gary Lawrance and Anne Surchin who will give an illustrated talk about their new book, Houses of the Hamptons 1880–1930. $100.00 per person. Includes a three course meal and signed copy of the book (which sells for $85.00). (Tax, tip and drinks not included.) HOUSES OF THE HAMPTONS, 1880–1930 explores more than 30 houses, many designed by some of America’s leading architects–McKim, Mead & White, John Russell Pope, Harrie T. Lindeberg–and by less well-known but equally gifted designers such as Edward Purcel Mellon, Isaac H. Green, and John Custis Lawrence. The book is illustrated with more than 300 photographs and floor plans, and its text provides a rich and informative portrait of the American leisure class at play. Authors Gary Lawrance and Anne Surchin lead the reader on a tour of a bygone era when couples in white flannel played tennis or croquet on verdant lawns or when America’s aristocracy flocked to watch the students of William Merritt Chase’s Shinnecock Art School at their paintings. The volume also contains biographical sketches of individual architects, a comprehensive bibliography, and a portfolio of some 40 grand residences of this beautiful and unsurpassed vacation enclave. Through word and image, HOUSES OF THE HAMPTONS recaptures the grace and beauty of an era long vanished. Lovingly researched and chronicled by the authors, that era lives again in these vibrant pages. EAST END GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Books, Gallery & Music Sat 6/9 through Thurs 6/28 Gallery Exhibit: Susan Meisel Gourmet Shops of New York, limited edition color photographs from her recently released book. Sat 6/9 Opening Reception and book signing 5:30–7:30 pm In her introduction to Gourmet Shops of New York, co-author Nathalie Sann states, “New York is, right now, the food capital of the world.” A strong sentiment indeed, especially coming from a native Parisienne! Sann supports this claim by noting that while there are, of course, superb food stores in France, Italy, and other European countries, they are almost exclusively devoted to native culinary specialties. This book is as much a fun read as it is a useful guidebook, and includes nearly sixty recipes like Il Laboratorio del Gelato’s for Black Mission Fig Gelato, Di Paolo Dairy’s Cheesecake made with their lush fresh ricotta, and Gigot de Sept Heures—slow cooked lamb—from Florence Meat Market tucked away on tiny Jones Street in the West Village. Tues 6/19 Reading with Ana Quincoces Rodriguez 5:30–7:00 pm Ana Quincoces Rodriguez, an attorney located in Coral Gables, Florida, has written her first book; a cookbook no less Cuban Chicks Can Cook: The Indispensable Guide to Cuban Favorites. Ana credits her mother and her natural artistic curiosity, as it applies to cooking, as the inspirational driving force behind this project. Her cookbook hones in on traditional Cuban recipes and is spiced up in each chapter introduction by her compelling wit and conversational-styled writing. Her “novel” approach to a recipe book allows the reader a unique insight into the Cuban culture. “Typical” party scenarios and observations allow us to see the Cuban cultures nuances and festive nature by one of its very own fabulously gifted cooking and story writing individuals, Ana. “I try to make the reader at ease when starting a new chapter. I describe the comical scenes that I and many other 2nd generation Cubans were and are so accustomed to being part of as we grew up in this unique culture,” says Ana. Sat 6/23 Reading with authors Gary Lawrance and Anne Surchin who will give an illustrated talk about their new book: Houses of the Hamptons 1880–1930. 5:30–7:00 pm Through word and image, HOUSES OF THE HAMPTONS recaptures the grace and beauty of an era long vanished. Lovingly researched and chronicled by the authors, that era lives again in these vibrant pages. Sat 6/30 - Thurs 7/19 Gallery Exhibit: New photographs by Lynn Kohlman: Mainly Main Beach Sat 6/30 Opening Reception 6:00 - 7:30 pm Photographer Lynn Kohlman began as a fashion model in the late sixties, appearing on the covers of all the major fashion bibles, as well as in advertising campaigns for such designers as Yves Saint Laurent and Missoni. In the seventies, her own photographs of male models attracted the attention of Andy Warhol, leading to successful stints at Interview, Vogue, GQ and Glamour. In 1989 Kohlman was appointed fashion director of the Donna Karan Company and later helped Tommy Hilfiger launch his women’s wear line. Throughout all these transformations, Kohlman’s signature style and humor prevailed BOOKHAMPTON 20 Main St East Hampton, 91 Main Street Southampton, 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor Sat 6/23 Holly Peterson will read from her new book, The Manny 5:30pm Southampton

Sat 6/23 Mary South will discuss her new memoir The Cure for Anything is Salt Water 8:00 pm Sag Harbor Sat 6/23 Adam Gopnik – acclaimed New Yorker essayist 8:00 pm East Hampton Sat 6/30 Gail Levin will discuss her books Becoming Judy Chicago and Hopper 5:30pm Southampton Sat 6/30 Helen Schulman will read from her new novel A Day at the Beach 8:00 pm Sag Harbor Sat 6/30 Leslie Schnur will read from her novel Late Night Talking 8:00 pm East Hampton CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 6/2 6:00 pm Poet Grace Schulman reads from her new collection The Broken String Introduced by poet Phil Schultz Sat 6/9 6:00 pm Musician Caroline Doctorow appears in concert at Canio´s Books Fri 6/15 6:00 pm “We Begin Here: Poems for Palestine and Lebanon” with poets Kathy Engel, Kathryn Levy and Naomi Lazard Sat 6/16 6:00 pm Author Ruth Crocker reads from “Mrs. Russell Sage: Activism And Philanthropy in Gilded Age And Progressive Era America” Fri 6/22, 6:00 pm Educator Marietta McCarty speaks on “Little Big Minds: Sharing Philosophy with Children” Sat 6/23 6:00 pm Fiction writer Simon Van Booy reads from his new collection “The Secret Lives of People in Love” with poet Lucas Hunt reading from his work. Sat 6/30 6:00 pm Photographer Franco Marinai presents “Sag Harbor Big Blue Gas Ball Dismantled” a series of dust-grain photogravures available as a limited edition accordion book. 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 self-directed 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 Mondays 5/14 & 21 6/4 & 11 Let's Make a Meal in Flora Wild's Kitchen 10:00 - 10:45 am Ages: 2-3 $80 members/$90 non-members Instructor: Cora Diaz. Let's make a meal out of plants! Each week your child will discover a world of cooking in Flora Wild's kitchen, either making a Botanist's fruit salad, dissecting various fruits & vegetables for a springtime soup or opening up spice jars and deciding which spice would be best in a spice cake. Visit CMEE's vegetable garden and pick and plant fresh herbs and veggies. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors. Wednesdays 5/16 & 23 6/6 & 13 Listen to the Trees Sensory Art For ages: 2-3 10-10:45 am $80 members/$90 non-members Instructor: Sue Lichtenstein. Your child is just in time for a summer adventure that's alive with story-telling, creative art projects, music and imagination. Join in the fun while we pretend to sway with the trees and plant berries in the garden. Your child's nature journey creates pathways for learning and will benefit the parent-child relationship. Sue Lichtenstein, trained art therapist expertly works with you and your child to find inner calm in both of you as you dig, plant, sculpt, and create unique art projects from nature. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors.

Thursdays 5/17 & 31, 6/7 & 14 Paint with Plants in Flora Wild's Studio GardenTime: 10:00-10:45 am Ages: 2-3 $80 members/ $90 non-members Instructor: Marie French. Your child will explore his/her world of art through plants. Age appropriate art projects that will include painting with plants; marigold & jasmine blossoms make yellow as rose and geranium blossoms make red. Each child will make a tyedyed t-shirt using dyes from plants.You child will even have the opportunity to finger paint with flowers. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors. Friday 5/18, 6/1, 8 & 15 Art in the Garden with Flora Wild 10:00-10:45 am Ages 2-3 $80 members/$90 non-members Instructor: Flora Wild aka Karin Strong. Your child will become a pre-school landscape architect as he/she creates their own garden. Discover worms and how they help the earth. Dig in the dirt and plant your seeds. Construct a mini-greenhouse to plant more seeds in and watch the roots start to grow through a Plexiglas case. Your child will design his/her own stepping stone for the garden. Classes will take place indoors and outdoors. Wed 6/27 - Whirligig Wednesdays! African Jam with Daniel Bailey & Friends. Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE every Wednesday for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 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 6/9 Mashomack; Jewel of the Peconic 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Come out for a scenic hike in beautiful Mashomack Preserve and get to know some of our new staff. We are planning a 3-mile hike, past salt ponds and through forests and open meadows. Mashomack Preserve covers one-third of Shelter Island and is located in the beautiful Peconic Estuary. It is a unique and picturesque Nature Conservancy preserve, considered to be a “Jewel of the Peconic.” For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-537-1400 (x18) or jskilbred@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sat 6/16 35th ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT EAST END GALA 6:30 pm to midnight In celebration of our 35th Anniversary, Group for the South Fork will host its East End Gala on Saturday, June 16th, 2007, on the grounds of the Wölffer Estate in Sagaponack. As we mark this anniversary, the Group is set to embark on a new horizon with expanded initiatives on the North Fork and across the region under our new name, which will be “Group for the East End”. This East End Gala will take place under tents on the rolling fields of the Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack, with Christian Wölffer as the event sponsor. More than 400 guests will join Co-Chairs Ann Colley, Nicole Miller and Kim Taipale. The evening will include a cocktail hour with entertainment and prizes, dinner catered by Robbins-Wolfe Eventeurs, a live auction with James G. Niven of Sotheby’s, and dancing with the Bruce Saunders Orchestra. To purchase tickets, please contact Event Associates at 212-245-6570 (x16). Sat 6/30 Full Moon Paddle Accabonac Harbor 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm The light of the full moon and a rising tide will make for easy paddling as we explore the evening waters of Accabonac Harbor. Paddle your own boat or call the Springs General Store at 631-329-5065 to rent one (please call several days in advance). Bring bug spray, water and some light layers. Spots are limited. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-537-1400 (x12) or jsamuelson@groupforthesouthfork.org . SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER 17 Meeting House Lane (631) 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 Sat 6/2 New Exhibition Opening Reception 5:30 to 7:00 pm Free The Squiretown Circle: Small Works by Moses Soyer, Robert Gwathmey, Nikolai Cikovsky and David Burliuk 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday (through Sat 7/28)

Moses Soyer spent summers on Squiretown Road in Shinnecock Hills, Southampton, until his death in 1974. Other artists who lived nearby and shared his passion for progressive politics often joined him for drinks and discussions that ran long into the night. They became known as The Squiretown Circle. Soyer, Gwathmey and Burliuk are well-respected artists and collected by major museums and collectors. Cikovsky is less well-known but worthy of this exhibition of small works by these artists who lived and worked in Southampton.Curators for this exhibit are Marc Fasanella of Artisan Gallery in Hamptons Bays and Mikaela Sardo-Lamarche of ACA Galleries in NYC. Squiretown Circle, The Second Generation: Paintings by Helen B. Giaquinto & Barbara M. Moeller, through July 28 Fri 6/8 “Upscale BARN SALE Preview” 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm $25 Hors d’oeuvres and pilgrim’s punch will be served Sat 6/9 Upscale Barn Sale 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Free The Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center presents the “Southampton Upscale Barn Sale” on the grounds of the Roger's Mansion at 17 Meeting House Lane. Antiques, furniture, collectibles, vintage clothing, pottery, glassware and many unique items await you! A Preview Sale will be on June 8, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. $25 admission. Hors d'oeuvres and pilgrim’s punch will be served. The sale continues on Saturday, June 9, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tues 6/19 Lecture “Jewelry of La Belle Epoch, 1880-1910” 7:00 p.m. $5 Adults, free for members Eric Messin, Resident Jeweler at the Pelletreau Silver Shop, will give a lecture on “Jewelry from La Belle Epoch, 1880-1910” for the Tuesday Lecture Series Thurs 6/21 “The Island at the Center of the World” 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Free for members, $4 adults “The Island at the Center of the World,” a book written by Russell Shorto, will be the topic for the next East End Study Group. The book explains the openness and diversity of New York City with its roots in Dutch rule, which was a republic at the time of New Amsterdam's founding. Holland had a much more egalitarian government than the English who came after them. Sat 6/30 “Halsey House Cocktail Gala” 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm $125 in advance, $150 at the door “The Halsey Gala is the most original and fun party of the summer.” The Southampton Historical Museum will be hosting its annual fundraiser on Saturday, June 30 between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. The Halsey House Cocktail Gala is an annual event that raises funds for the museum’s education programs. Colonial re-enactors will be giving Military demonstrations and musicians will be playing period music. Hors d’oeuvres and spirited cocktails will be provided along with gift bags of products supplied by local businesses. Local artists and wineries have donated items for the Wine, Art and Book Silent Auction. Tickets for the event are $125 per person in advance and $150 at the door. For reservations or more information please call the museum at (631) 283-2494. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center (SoFo) is the only state-of-the-art natural history museum on the South Fork of Long Island. A visit provides a day of fun, exploration, and discovery for children and adults. The museum brings nature indoors, and a walk through the museum is like taking an interpretive nature hike. On the upper floor visitors investigate the handson, interactive exhibits about the land and sea of the South Fork of Long Island by opening drawers and cabinets, looking into peepholes, investigating what lies under logs, listening to animal sounds and even sniffing the air to learn about the animals of the South Fork.In the lower exhibit area visitors have up-close and personal experiences with some of our native salt and fresh water fish, salamanders, turtles, and frogs. They can even reach into the museum’s marine touch tank and hold some of our native marine animals, collected from the nearby Atlantic Ocean and bays. The museum also offers special weekend nature walks, talks and workshops for children and adults. The South Fork Natural History Museum is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except for major holidays. Admission is free for museum members; non-members are charged $7 for adults, $5 for children 3 to 12 years of age. Children 2 and under are admitted free of charge. Sat 6/2 Salamander Seining - For Children and Adults 10:00 am Bridgehampton Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. Using a seine (a large two-person fishing net with weights at the Lower edge and floats at the top), Andy Sabin, “Mr. Salamander,” will show you the salamander and frog life that live in our local freshwater ponds. Sat 6/9 Beach Scavenger Hunt and Sand-Casting Workshop - For Children and Adults 10:00 am East Hampton Program Leader: Crystal Possehl. The beaches of the ocean and bays are filled with interesting and sometimes bizarre items. Some things are fuzzy like grass heads, some are hard and course like a Quahog clam shell, and some are brittle like whelk egg cases. Join

program leader Crystal Possehl for a beach scavenger hunt and then make a sand cast of some of the fascinating items that you found. Sat 6/16 SoFo’s Annual Dinner Dance 6:30 pm “Boot, Scootin’, Boogie” An Evening of Country Western Music and Dancing to Benefit the South Fork Natural History Museum Cocktails at 6:30 p.m. Dinner and Dancing 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Cocktail tickets are $75 per person. Cocktail, dinner, and dancing tickets are $200 per person. The evening begins with cocktails at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner and dancing from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m.. Thyme & Again will cater the gala. The popular band Six Gun will provide the music for country western and line dancing. For tickets and further information call (631) 537-9735. All proceeds from the benefit will be used to support the museum and its educational programs. Sat 6/23 Breeding Warblers of Long Island 9:00 am Montauk Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Join Joe, a delightful teacher, on this visit to a Montauk site that has nine of the breeding warblers of Long Island --- Blue-Winged, Prairie, Yellow, Yellow-Throated, Black and White, Pine, American Redstart, Ovenbird, Northern Parula. Sat 6/30 Illustrated Birding Lecture with a Following Wine and Cheese Reception 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm The third in the series of three South Fork Natural History Museum birding lectures given by prominent South Fork birders. It’s Too Far to Walk: Bird Migration. Lecturer: Hugh McGuinness. Perhaps because it compels our wanderlust or marks the cyclic passage of time, humans have marveled at the spectacle of bird migration for millennia. This talk will explore the nature of bird migration as well as its mechanisms and causes. The basic biology of migration leads us to ask, why are migratory birds declining? Are Long Island’s migrants our birds that winter to the south, or do we merely borrow them for the nesting season? The answers to these and other important questions have important consequences for the conservation of these magnificent animals. There is no charge for members of the South Fork Natural History Museum. Nonmembers are charged $60 for the lecture series or $25 for each individual lecture which includes the wine and cheese reception. To sign up for membership call (631) 537-9735 or e-mail sofo@hamptons.com to receive a membership form. CHANNING DAUGHTER WINERY 1927 Scuttlehole Road Bridgehampton, NY 537-7224 Fri 6/8 Tasting Class: The Islands-Corsica, Sardinia & Sicily 6:00 – 8:00 pm $75 per person. Admission by advance ticket purchase only. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Fri 6/29 Leukemia/Lymphoma Society Journey of Hope Reception 6:30 - 9:30pm Complimentary Admission Hors d'oeuvres, wine, acoustic guitar and viewing of exhibit "Revolution: Artwork of the Beatles" Purchase a "brick" painted by an east end arts council artisit to Commemorate this effort. Reserve at 631 752-8500 Fri 6/29 – Sun 7/8 Revolution: Art of the Beatles Sat 6/30 CAST: Community Action Southold Town Presents "ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE" $50pp Private Art Viewing and Wine Celebration. Music and Hors D'oeuvres Call 631 477-1717 ASHAWAGH HALL Springs Fireplace Road & Old Stone Highway 324-9612 Sat 6/2 – Sat 6/10 The East End Photographers Group Show Weekdays 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Weekends 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm KARIN SANDERS FINE ART 126 Main Street, Sag Harbor 899-3430 (Located above the New Paradise Café) Sat 6/30 – Wed 7/25 The Nature of Art Exhibition featuring the work of ten artists, the exhibition focuses on our natural surroundings through a variety of media including paint on canvas, photography and sculpture. Themes include water, sky, botanicals, trees, birds and farm animals and even the microcosmic environment of insects. Angela Beloian, Richard Bruce, Eric Demarchelier, Millie Falcaro, Edie Nadelhaft, Suzanne Opton, Matthew Riva, Arlene Slavin, Michael Souter, Sharon Wandel Sat 6/30 reception 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm meet the artists and view the exhibition

MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri. 6/1 Pat McGee Band 8:00 pm $50/$35 (rock band) 8:00 pm Pat McGee Band Price: $35 , VIP: $50 On its fourth album, Save Me, the Pat McGee Band come full circle, returning to the independent music roots of the group’s formation almost a decade ago. As one of the nation’s hardest-working live acts, playing more than 250 dates, annually, the band has earned a loyal following nationwide, based on musicianship and carefully crafted songs that don’t cater to short-lived trends and whims of the marketplace.“I grew up loving classic rock, the stuff my parents pounded in my head, from Motown to the Beatles. But there’s also all the stuff in the ‘70s and 80s – punk, new wave, and even bands like Metallica. I’m just a fan of music that moves people in a live setting and a recorded setting. At the end of the day, when you get up on that stage, you want to feel like you put on the best show you possibly could.” Hot Lava 10:30 pm $20 (Rock) Sat. 6/2 Dave Wakeling and the English Beat 8:00 pm $45 all tickets (soul, reggae, pop and punk from the late 70's early 80's) Sun. 6/3 The Iguanas & Los Straitjackets with Big Sandy 9:00 pm $40 all tickets (New Orleans based and combine Tex-mex, Rock, R&B) Thurs. 6/7 TAUK 8:00 pm $10 (covers and originals, sing a long style) Thurs. 6/7 - KRS1 – 10:00 pm $60 all tickets Lawrence Krisna Parker (born August 20, 1965), known as KRS-One, is an American hip hop MC of Nigerian and Jamaican descent. Over his career he has been known by several pseudonyms, including Kris Parker, The Blastmaster and The Teacha. KRS-One is a significant figure in the hip hop community and is often referenced in works by other hip hop artists and critics as being the "essence" of an MC and among the greatest rappers to hold the mic. [1] KRS-One, short for "Kris Number One", was originally Parker's graffiti tag. While Parker lived on the streets in his teenage years, he frequently accompanied the Hare Krishnas. Hence, "Kris"na. He began using it as his stage moniker and later devised a backronym for the name: Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone. Fri. 6/8 Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks 8:00 pm $60 VIP/ $45 Gen Adm. (swing, jazz, folk, country) The Majestic Band 10:30 pm $20 Sat. 6/9 Toots and the Maytals 8:00 pm $100 all tickets (Grammy nominated Reggae) Grammy nominee who coined the term ‘reggae.’ Know for his songs, “Do the Reggae” and “The Harder they come”.The all-star guests on TRUE LOVE range from legends like Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, and Bonnie Raitt to younger stars including No Doubt, the Roots, and Phish's Trey Anastasio. The caliber of these collaborators reveals the impact that Toots has had on several generations of rockers and rappers, while appearances from reggae icons Bunny Wailer and Marcia Griffiths show the respect granted to the man who might be the music's greatest living vocalist. At the heart of it all is that voice - drenched in soul, rooted in gospel, and still breathtakingly powerful after almost four decades in the spotlight. Sat. 6/9 Booga Sugar 10:30 pm $25 all tickets (Ultimate 70's Rock Disco Band) Sun. 6/10 Toots and the Maytals 8:00 pm $100 all tickets (Grammy nominated Reggae) Sun 6/10 Project Vibe 11:00 pm $10 (Reggae) Mon. 6/11 Marc Cohn 8:00 pm $100/$85 (Grammy winner with a rooty, acoustic neofolk ascendant) Mon. 6/11 Mitch Winston 10:00 pm $10 Mitch Winston has lived an examined and adventurous life. He is known throughout various circles for his experiences as an artist, a businessman, and a leader. He has seriously pursued various eclectic ventures, such as rabbinical school, professional boxing promotion, real estate development, hosting a radio show, and running a successful record label/talent management company. Mitch is now focusing a great deal of his efforts into writing and playing his own music. Since making this decision over the summer, Mitch Winston has opened up for music legends Marshall Crenshaw, Blue Oyster Cult, Richie Havens, Chad Burdick, and Jeff Healy. He has also recorded with guitar legend Vernon Reid (Living Color), bass virtuoso Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, King Crimson), guitarist Dave Brown (Paul Simon), and drummer Dave Mattacks (Paul McCartney). Weds 6/13 Debbie Deane Cohn 8:00 pm $10 Debbie Deane-piano, guitar & vocals Richard Hammond-bass Tony Mason-drums Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the multitalented Debbie Deane hails from a musical world without boundaries, where rock-oriented singer-songwriters and top-tier jazz musicians breathe the same creative air. Deane brings warmth, sophistication and rock-n-roll edge to the table, leading a cast of fine musicians as she sings of love, ambivalence and freedom Thu. 6/14 Matt Cutillo 8:00 pm $10 An old alternative rock solo acoustic guitarist/vocalist who has been playing over a quarter century, Matt Cutillo has played in 40+ bands, from 94 to 04 he spent his time living in Germany, playing in many bands, touring Europe and now most recently released 7

albums on iTUNES from the last 10 years of his work. After having played in almost every possible type of band you could imagine he is currently back to his roots: SOLO ACOUSTIC. He will be performing his latest album at The Talkhouse on May 24th; DEATH OF A MUSICIAN about the fires of purification he's gone through and been cleansed in. One man one vision. Alternative acoustic rock music with pop, hard rock and new wave influences. The Ecclectic Collective 10:30 pm $10 Fri. 6/15 – 8:00 pm The Wood Brothers GEN $20 VIP $35 Oliver Wood plays guitar. Chris Wood plays bass. One jazz, one rock.Now, their divergent paths meet at the crossroads of a striking new recording: Ways Not to Lose, the debut album by The Wood Brothers, set for release March 7, 2006 on Blue Note Records. 10:00 pm The Nancy Atlas Project Gen. $20 Sat 6/16 The Skatalites 8:00 pm $50 All Tickets (Ska) "The hottest Ska group in town is the Ska-talites. Last Sunday at Bournemouth was the likes of which you’ve never seen, with grown men prostrate at the tuffness of the sounds." The STAR (JA) 6/20/64 "The Skatalites were essential in the transformation of Ska -with its obvious connection to the United States and its high speed tempos -- into Reggae." THE NEW YORK TIMES 4/8/88 "Even before they became a band, the members of The Skatalites were already trendsetters on the Jamaican music scene." ROLLING STONE 2/24/94 "The Skatalites, Jamaica’s supreme instrumental band." BILLBOARD 10/18/97 "The Skatalites-Jamaica’s answer to the Motown house band and Booker T. and the MGs combined" ROLLING STONE 12/25/97 Booga Sugar 10:30 pm $25 Ultimate 70's Rock Disco Band Sun 6/17 The Lonesome Heros 8:00 pm $10 Gen PSYCHEDELIC COUNTRY MUSIC FROM AUSTIN, TEXAS... Inner Roots 10:30 pm $10 Local Reggae Band Tues 6/19 Telly, WakeyWakey, Paul Basil, Dan Asselin 9:00 pm $10 From pop ballads to blues ditties, harddriving rock to funked up freestyle jams Wed 6/20 - Marcia Ball – 8:00 pm $50/35 (southern boogie) Singer/pianist who knows how to raise roofs and tear down walls with her infectious, intelligent and deeply emotional brand of southern boogie, rollicking, roadhouse blues and heartfelt ballads. In 2002 Marcia was nominated for 5 Handy Awards. Thurs 6/21 - Jon Divello Band 8:00 pm $10 Fri 6/22 Dar Williams 8:00 pm $65/50 pop, folk singer songwriter With her clear sweet voice, observant lyrics and exquisitely sculpted melodies - Dar Williams occupies a unique musical space, displaying a unparalleled harmony of both pop and singer-songwriter sensibilities. Winston Irie 10:30pm $20 (reggae) Winston Irie 10:30 pm $20 (reggae) Sat. 6/23 Dave Barnes 8:00 pm $20 all tickets This Nashville based singer/song-writer plays soulful, pop. Sounds like Marc Broussard) Giving Tree 10:30 pm $25 dance covers Sun. 6/24 The Neville Brothers 8:00 pm $175/160 funk, ballads, roots, blues, R&B, jazz, reggae, hip hop Mon. 6/25 The Strawbs (electric) 8:00 pm $45/30 British progressive band of the early '70s. English folk music Bobby Morgan and the Northern Outlaws 10:00 pm $10 Fri. 6/29 - Dave Mason 8:00 pm $100/$85 Cofounder of Traffic, with hits "We Just Disagree," "Dear Mr. Fantasy," "Feelin' Alright," Little Head Thinks 10:30 pm $20 rock and roll, alternative, covers and originals Sat. 6/30 Dave Mason 8:00 pm $100/$85 Cofounder of Traffic, with hits "We Just Disagree," "Dear Mr. Fantasy," "Feelin' Alright," Booga Sugar 10:30 pm $25 - 70's disco ESTIA CANTINA 77 Main Street, Amagansett 267-6320 Live Jazz - Friday 7:00 pm & 9:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm Saturday’s Early Show broadcast live on WLIU 88.3FM and WCWP 88.1FM Seats are $25 if purchased in advance and $35 at the door Fri 6/1 & Sat 6/2 Anthony Wonsey Anthony Wonsey is one of those uniquely blessed musicians who has chops to burn, a big heart, and the ability to all make it sound so smooth and effortless. Heads began to turn with the release of Open the Gates. There's a refreshing breath of originality that pervades much of Wonsey's work, and his writing is strong and cliche free. As for his piano playing, just look out, because the man has it covered- from stride to avant-garde! Fri 6/8 & Sat 6/9: Andy Milne Live! Toronto native Andy Milne's musical concepts draw inspiration from various forms of music, politics, philosophy, comedy, and science fiction. Some of his musical influences include Thelonious Monk, Art Tatum, Herbie Nichols, Bela Bartok, Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder. Awarded the Chamber Music America "New Works" commission in 2006 and voted "Rising Star Keyboardist" by Down Beat Magazine in 2004, Milne is one of the most important and respected young voices in jazz today. His highly recognizable

quintet Dapp Theory blends "contemporary funk, groove and hip-hop into jazz with such seamless, casual precision it's almost freaky." (LA Weekly) Milne has toured and recorded with Ravi Coltrane, Ralph Alessi, Carlos Ward, and Grammy-nominated vocalist Carla Cook. Fri 6/15 & Sat 6/16 Helen Sung Helen was in the inaugural class of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance at the New England Conservatory of Music, performed with Clark Terry, Wynton Marsalis, Jimmy Heath, Jackie McLean, Harry “Sweets” Edison, and studied with Ron Carter, Barry Harris, David Baker, Slide Hampton, Lewis Nash, Jon Faddis, Curtis Fuller, Albert “Tootie” Heath, Bennie Maupin, and Sir Roland Hanna. She toured with Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. She has worked with jazz masters Slide Hampton, Benny Golson, Buster Williams, and legendary composer and saxophonist Wayne Shorter, Mingus Big Band, Clark Terry’s “Young Titans of Jazz” Big Band, and Diva. She can be seen performing with drummer T.S.Monk, trombonist Steve Turre, and trumpet giant Clark Terry. She was a featured guest on Marian McPartland’s NPR Piano Jazz show and XM Satellite’s In the Swing Seat w/Wynton Marsalis. Helen Sung’s chops are KILLIN’! Fri 6/22 & Sat 6/23 Luis Perdomo "...the pianist is making a name for himself by feverishly assaulting the progressive edge of mainstream jazz." Village Voice “Venezuela-born pianist Luis Perdomo plays hard, earnest jazz, with Latin jazz serving as his jumping off point. Sizzling Latin blues.” John Ephland, Downbeat Magazine At this level, jazz and Latin music have dissolved into each other.” Ben Ratliff, New York Times “Luis Perdomo is strong and tasty on piano, both chords and lines, many touches often recalling McCoy Tyner’s work.” Steve Koenig, La Folia Fri 6/29 & Sat 6/30 Cedar Walton Born in Dallas, Texas, Walton set his sights on a career in music at an early age. An after-hours gig in Denver introduced him to notable musicians like Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and John Coltrane, who would sit in with Walton's group. He toured and recorded with the Art Farmer/Benny Golson Jazztet, then with Art Blakey, Walton stepped forward as a composer with originals like Mosaic and The Promised Land. His debut recording as a leader came in 1966 on Prestige Records. Walton kept steady company with bassist Sam Jones and drummers Louis Hayes and Billy Higgins in multi-purpose trios that occasionally annexed saxophonists Clifford Jordan, George Coleman or Bob Berg. In 1981, he formed a trio with Ron Carter and Billy Higgins, which clicked right from the start. Around the same time, Walton became part of the Timeless All-stars, a sextet also featuring Harold Land, Bobby Hutcherson, Curtis Fuller, Buster Williams and Billy Higgins. Walton also ignited rhythm sections behind the likes of Milt Jackson, Frank Morgan, Dexter Gordon and vocalists Ernestine Anderson and Freddy Cole, and held the piano chair of The Trumpet Summit Band. Cedar Walton is one of the most influential musicians active today. Cedar has emerged as a true master of jazz. THE PUBLICK HOUSE 40 Bowden Square, Southampton 631- 283-2800 Sat 6/9 A Taste Of Summer 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm This walkabout tasting reception will feature the best and freshest flavors from local vintners, farmers and bakers. SPH will be there to showcase our ales and lagers. Stony Brook Southampton, 4-6pm Sat 6/9 MacTalla Mor Band 9:00 pm : Celtic Music for the Masses. Along with Traditional Irish and Scottish tunes, MacTalla's original songs, arrangements and driving rhythms create an engaging and magical blend of the past and the present. Fri 6/29 Honky Tonk Rock n Roll in the Taproom with the Lone Sharks 10:00 pm Duckwalk Vineyards 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & Duck Walk North Town of Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 Visit the Duck Walk Vineyards tasting room to sample our Florida State Fair International Wine & Juice competition Double Gold Winner 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon. Sun 6/17 Celebrate Father’s Day at Duck Walk Vineyards - Live music at both locations (weather permitting) 1:30 – 5:30p.m. WÖLFFER VINEYARD 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Sat 6/16 Group For the East End Gala Cocktails at 6:30pm Dinner at 8:00pm Group for the East End (formerly Group for the South Fork) will celebrate its 35th Anniversary with a gala benefit dinner, dance and auction under the tents at Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack. This time-honored Hamptons' tradition raises money for the East End’s foremost environmental organization. Guests will join co-chairs Nicole Miller and Kim Taipale, Anne Hearst McInerney

and Jay McInerney for an evening that includes cocktails, “green games,” a silent auction, dinner, a live auction and dancing. To purchase tickets contact Event Associates at 212 245-6570, Ext. 16. PIERRE'S RESTAURANT 2468 Main Street Bridgehampton 537 5110 Every Tuesday night: Jody Carlson and her band 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm Sunday Jazz 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Sun 6/9 Jazz Vocalist Vanessa Trouble 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm NYC-based Vanessa Trouble has been wowing crowds in Manhattan and Los Angeles for the past few years. She's now poised to reach a much larger market. Sun 6/17 Dennis Raffelock 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Jazz/Lounge Singer from Shelter Island Sun 6/24 Vanessa Trouble 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm NYC-based Vanessa Trouble has been wowing crowds in Manhattan and Los Angeles for the past few years. She's now poised to reach a much larger market.

July FIREWORKS: Sat 7/1 9:00 pm Shelter Island Fireworks, off Crescent Beach. Rain date: Sun 7/2 For more information, call the Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce at 749-0399, 1-800-9SHELTER, or visit www.shelterisland.net Wed 7/4 9:00pm Montauk's Umbrella Beach fireworks presented by Grucci and sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce 668-2428 www.montaukchamber.com Sat 7/7 9:00pm Amagansett Fireworks, presented by the Devon Yacht Club 300 Abraham’s Landing Road Amagansett 267-6340 Sat 7/7 Dusk Sag Harbor Fireworks, sponsored by the Sag Harbor Yacht Club, off the Breakwater. Admission to the Yacht Club is for Members & Invited Guests Only, however the fireworks are viewable by the Public from Marine Park, Waterfront Areas, Havens Beach, and from the Harbor itself, if you are in your boat. Join the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce as they sell glow sticks, glow bracelets and bottled water as a fundraiser, and the Ladies Village Improvement Society will be on Long Wharf selling homemade baked goods and cold drinks. For more information, call 725-0567 or visit www.sagharboryc.com Sat 7/14 Harbor Fireworks Duke Residence Springy Banks Road East Hampton 646-981-2650 To raise money for Fundacion Amistad – A Cuban-American “Friendship Foundation” (Rain Date Sun 7/15) Sat 9/1 Main Beach East Hampton 324-0362 East Hampton Fireworks postponed to Sat 9/1 Due to Nesting Piping Plovers THE SAG HARBOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S MUSEUM Main Street, Sag Harbor The museum, the Annie Cooper Boyd House, will be open for visitors every Saturday and Sunday June through August, 1-4 PM. Admission is Free, but donations are gladly accepted!! The Old Sag Harbor Jailhouse will be open every Sunday in July and August, 1-4 PM. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 7/19 – 8/19 Fresh Perspectives: New Works 7/20 – 8/13 Masters of the Art; Celadon Gallery Invitational 7/22 11:00 am Artists Brunch Reception: Fresh Perspectives:New Works & Celadon POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE 830 Fireplace Road, East Hampton. 324-4929 By appointment only

Exhibition: Picturing Artists (1950s-1960s): Photographs by Dan Budnik May 3 – July 29 Free with museum admission Dan Budnik (born 1933) began visiting Long Island’s south fork in the late 1950s, and lived there on and off from 1964 to 1976. This selection of 13 dye transfer prints and two black and white photographs of artists focuses on those who also have connections to the area, either as residents or visitors. Among the subjects are John Chamberlain, Stuart Davis, Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Roy Lichtenstein, Marisol and Robert Motherwell. The photographs are lent courtesy of Knoedler & Company. A fully illustrated catalogue, with essays by Irving Sandler, James Enyeart and David Sylvester, accompanies the exhibition. Sun 7/22 Annual Pollock-Krasner Lecture 5:00 pm Duke Lecture Hall, Chancellors Hall, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway, Southampton, in conjunction with the Southampton Writers Conference Tickets $10 / $5 members, at the door. A reception and book signing will follow. “Shoot the Widow: Adventures of a Biographer in Search of Her Subject” Meryle Secrest - A recent recipient of the National Humanities Medal, Ms. Secrest has written the life stories of such major cultural figures as Bernard Berenson, Sir Kenneth Clark, Salvador Dalí, Stephen Sondheim and Frank Lloyd Wright. Her lecture, based on her latest book, will discuss her triumphs and comic misadventures as a biographer, and explain how the hunt for a “life” is like working one’s way through a maze, full of false starts and dead ends—a tortuous route that leads to the heart of the puzzle. Lectures at Stony Brook Southampton Sundays at 5 p.m. Duke Lecture Hall, Chancellors Hall, 239 Montauk Highway, Southampton Tickets $5 at the door / members free Sun 7/29 “The Girl with the Gallery: Edith Gregor Halpert and the Making of the Modern Art Market” Lindsay Pollock, author/journalist, Bloomberg News A book signing will follow the lecture THE 11TH ANNUAL HEART OF THE HAMPTONS GALA at the Hayground School 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton Sat 7/7 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm Cocktail Hour; Live & Silent Auction; Dancing; Dinner by Serena Bass; Gift Bags by Saks Fifth Avenue Tickets $450 Contact Barbara Poliwoda, American Heart Association THE 2007 HC&G IDEA HOUSE 12 Southwood Court, Amagansett, NY A classic Hamptons shingle style residence on the lushly landscaped grounds of the former Warner LeRoy estate designed by noted architect Steve Semes. Interiors feature the work of up to 20 talented designers in collaboration with the editors of HC&G. This modern (yet traditional) home features innovative building products with the latest in interior design concepts. The home design was inspired by an affluent young hedge fund manager with a wife and child. Completion scheduled June 2007. All events are held at the 2007 Idea House located at 12 Southwood Court in Amagansett. Fri 7/13 Idea House 2007 Opening Gala 7:00 pm-9:00 pm Ticket price $150. Advance tickets only. Call 631-324-0806 x 13 to purchase. Celebrate the grand opening of the 4th annual HC&G Idea House, located on the former Warner LeRoy estate. Evening showcases the works of 20 designers and features innovative building products with the latest in interior design concepts. Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres. Cocktails by Imperia Vodka, wine by Bedell Cellars, and catering by Alison Restaurant. PROCEEDS benefit Guild Hall. Sat 7/14–Sun 7/15 To benefit Guild Hall 11am-5pm $20 cash Thurs 7/19–Sun 7/22 To benefit The Parrish Art Museum 11am-5pm $20 cash Thurs 7/26–Sun 7/29 To benefit The Retreat 11am-5pm $20 cash GUILD HALL 158 Main Street East Hampton 324-0806 Sun 7/8 Lighten Up! A Tour of the Dan Flavin Exhibition Ages: 7-13 $ 40 Non-members $ 30 Members 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm A tour of the Dan Flavin exhibition for kids 7-13 with renowned sculptor Monica Banks to observe and discuss Flavin's unconventional use of light in his sculptures. Students will get the chance to create their own environmental light art. To register for classes, please call the Director of Education at 631-324-0806 ext 29 or email education@guildhall.org Theater Evenings: A Moveable Feast Cocktail Reception only $100, Cocktail Party and Choice of Dinner: $400 Private dinners with celebrity actors / directors Cocktails at an ocean front estate Private dinners with actors to follow. Call

Development Department 631 324-0806 Buy a ticket to a dinner and receive complimentary admission to the cocktail party on Friday, July 20th at Dina Merrill and Ted Hartley's home. First come, first served basis. Address and directions provided upon reservation. For further information, contact Sherry Petersen at 631 324-0806 or assistant@guildhall.org Fri 7/13 Barbara Slifka with Melissa Errico 8:00 pm Fri 7/20 Kick-Off Party 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Cocktail Reception only: $100 Cocktail Party at the East Hampton home of Dina Merrill and Ted Hartley with a roster of the fabulous and the famous from the wonderful world of performing arts. Fri 7/20 Susan Burnside with Marsha Norman and Roy Scheider Ida Cole, Mary and Frank Skillern with Anna Bergman, Alison and Donald Weiss with KT Sullivan 8:00 pm Fri 7/28 Dale and Jim Larocca with Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach and Harris Yulin 8:00 pm Sat 7/21 Armitage Gone! Dance Company performs “Ligeti Essays” The Board of Trustees of Guild Hall and the Armitage Foundation are pleased to present a one time only performance by Armitage Gone! Dance at the 56 Huntting Lane estate of Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper in East Hampton on Saturday, July 21. (Rain Date is July 22- Same times) Ligeti Essays was created for Armitage Gone! Dance in 2007 to the music of the great Hungarian composer, Gyorgy Ligeti, with choreography by Karole Armitage, set by painter David Salle, and costumes by fashion designer, Peter Speliopoulos. Ligeti Essays is a suite of concise, jewel-like movements performed by eight dancers. Each section has a different mood and is by turns humorous, lyrical, sarcastic or dreamy. The set, by painter David Salle, Ms. Armitage's longtime collaborator, has an eerie beauty that contributes to a mysterious, romantic atmosphere. When Ligeti Essays was presented at the Joyce Theater in New York City earlier this year, Clive Barnes of the NY Post wrote; (Ms. Armitage's) new program is far out and altogether terrific!" Deborah Jowitt of the Village Voice wrote "It's dazzling," and Gia Kourlas of the New York Times said "In her latest choreographic experiment, Karole Armitage takes on the hypnotic music of Gyorgy Ligeti, a composer of spellbinding imagination. Ms. Armitage places her own stamp on the music and, along with it, something other choreographers don't have: David Salle." Tickets are $30 General Admission; children under 12 will be admitted free. Patrons are invited to bring blankets, lawn chairs and dinner picnic baskets to enjoy this spectacular outdoor garden performance. There is a VIP Cocktail Party at 4:00 pm; Tickets: $100; Grounds open at 5:00 pm; ($30 General Admission- Children under 12 free). Performance begins at 5:30 pm. For tickets, please call the Guild Hall box office at 631- 324-4050 (open Thursday-Sunday 11 am - 5 pm) or email boxoffice@guildhall.org for tickets available 24/7. Tickets also available 24/7 at www.guildhall.org or www.Theaterman ia.com or by calling Theatermania at 1- 866-811-4111. Sun 7/22 Klaus Kertess on Dan Flavin 4:00 pm $30/$25 GH Members Join Klaus Kertess for a fascinating and informative gallery tour of the Dan Flavin Exhibition. Klaus Kertess has had a distinguished career as a gallerist, critic, curator, writer and lecturer. Kertess received his Bachelors and Masters Degrees in the history of art from Yale University. He founded Bykert Gallery with J.F. Beyers in 1966, where he served as director until 1975, representing Chuck Close, Ralph Humphrey, Barry La Va, Brice Marden and Dorothea Rockburne, among others. He is a contributing writer to a numerous publications including Artforum, Art in America, and Parkett. Kertess has written museum exhibition catalogue essays for the Whitney Museum of Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and the Carnegie Museum of Art among others. He was adjunct curator of drawing at the Whitney Museum of American Art and curated the 1995 Biennial. The Dan Flavin Exhibition focuses on works from the 1960s when Flavin was in a transformative state going from hand blown glass to commercially available fluorescent fixtures and commercial lamps. Sun 7/29 Play Reading: Harry and Eddie:The Birth of Israel by Mark Weston Starring Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson and Rick Colitti Tickets: $35/$33 Members of GH and JCOH Not much is know about the relationship between Harry S. Truman and Eddie Jacobsen who met during World War I, but their friendship helped Israel became a reality. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 FILMS @ THE PARRISH $5 Parrish Members / $7 Non-Members per film Join us as we launch a new film viewing and discussion series this spring. Each film will be followed by an online discussion forum moderated by series curator, film critic, and educator John K. Turnbull. Turnbull has taught film at the college level and holds degrees in film studies from City College and Harvard University. Fri 7/6 8:00 pm Crumb USA, 1995, in English, R 119 minutes Directed by Terry Zwigoff Cast: Robert Crumb Director Terry Zwigoff spent six years compiling this portrait of the underground cartoonist whose characters Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural became counterculture icons.

Candid interviews with Robert Crumb and his spouses, offspring, siblings, and peers render a compelling profile of a tormented man who transcended a harrowing upbringing to produce stunningly original art. The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Fri 7/20 8:00 pm Sketches of Frank Gehry USA, 2005, in English, PG-13 83 minutes Directed by Sydney Pollack Cast: Frank Gehry, Bob Geldof, Dennis Hopper, Sydney Pollack Architect Frank O. Gehry's signature style of sleek curves and modern angles is explored in this intimate documentary by Sydney Pollack. Pollack starts with Gehry's original sketches and follows their evolution from a 3D model to a computer-assisted rendition to construction and finally, the polished finished product. Works featured include the Fish in Barcelona, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and various residences. Fri 7/27 8:00 pm Touch The Sound Germany, 2005, in English, NR 100 minutes Directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer Cast: Evelyn Glennie, Fred Frith One of the world’s foremost musicians, Evelyn Glennie is a Grammy-winning classical percussionist whose solo work is unparalleled. She is also deaf. In this documentary portrait of Ms. Glennie, director Thomas Riedelsheimer focuses on small, improvised sessions with other musicians and maps a world of senses, colorful images and evocative sounds. Rather than dwelling on her deafness, this haunting film admires Ms. Glennie’s achievements and interprets them for new listeners. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Mon 7/2 First Monday 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. Fri 7/6 Fridays @ Noon: Paton Miller 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Take a closer look at topics and themes in the summer exhibitions. Painter Paton Miller, considered by art historian John T. Spike to be "one of America's best Expressionists working at the top of his form," will discuss his experience working for 22 years in Fairfield Porter's studio, as well as how Miller's current studio influences his own work. Bring your lunch and we will supply the beverages and dessert. Fri 7/6 Film: Crumb 8:00 pm $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members USA, 1995, in English, R 119 minutes. Directed by Terry Zwigoff. Cast: Robert Crumb Director Terry Zwigoff spent six years compiling this portrait of the underground cartoonist whose characters Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural became counterculture icons. Candid interviews with Robert Crumb and his spouses, offspring, siblings, and peers render a compelling profile of a tormented man who transcended a harrowing upbringing to produce stunningly original art. The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Sat 7/7 Splendor by the Sea: A Summer Colony is Born 4:00 pm $5 Parrish Members / $7 NonMembers Join Anne Surchin and Gary Lawrance, co-authors of the newest volume on regional architecture, Houses of the Hampton: 1880– 1930, for a look at a bygone era when sprawling summer homes provided a fashionable backdrop for carefree recreation, artistic endeavors, and elegant social occasions. This illustrated talk will feature houses designed by some of America's leading architects, including McKim, Mead & White, John Russell Pope and Harrie T. Lindeberg. A reception and book signing will follow. Sat 7/7 Improv at The Museum 8:00 pm $15 Parrish Members/ $17 Non-Members Just Say Yes, the Hamptons' only Improv Troupe, will unleash its comic mayhem with an entire show improvised on the spot from suggestions given by the audience. This cast of characters and skits, featuring founder Jonathan Peters along with Josh Perl, Marcus Johnson, Stephan Sheck, Dan Becker, Lydia Franco Hodges, Susan Cincotta and Michael Horn, will have you rolling in the aisles. Mon 7/9 – Fri 7/13 Painting En Plein Air $325 Parrish Members / $375 Non-Members per week Advanced Sessions with Terry Elkins. For more than a century, artists have been drawn to the East End to paint the landscape. Celebrate this tradition by joining our program of painting outdoors. Students of all levels are encouraged to register for these lively workshops. Each session meets for five consecutive days. After gathering at the museum for coffee and a technique demonstration, participants will travel to different locations for a day of painting. Space is limited, early registration is recommended. Mon 7/9 – Fri 8/10 Kidsummer Art Camp $375 per week for Parrish Members / $475 per week for Non-Members Five, one-week sessions, Monday through Friday, July 9 through August 10. 10 am to 3 pm daily. Children age 6 to 11. Register for all 5 weeks by April 15 and receive a 5% discount, a savings of $100. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required. To register, please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30. Visit parrishart.org for details.

Tues 7/10 From Gin Lane to Gin & Tonic: A Walking Tour of Regional Architecture 4:00 pm $20 Parrish Members / $30 Non-Members Anne Surchin and Gary Lawrance, co-authors of Houses of the Hamptons: 1880-1930, lead a walking tour highlighting the founding properties of the nineteenth-century Southampton summer colony. The tour culminates with refreshments at one of the featured properties. Space is limited, please reserve early. Wed 7/11 Kidsummer Performance: Drew the Dramatic Fool 2:00 pm $7 Parrish Members / $12 NonMembers Help! Help! I Know This Title is Long, But Somebody's Trying to Kill Me! All the performers in this vaudeville variety show have been murdered–except for Drew the Dramatic Fool. Unfortunately for him, the show must go on, or he's next. Drew attempts every act in the show, from juggling 36 balls to sawing a woman in half, in this comical examination of fear–fear of performing, fear of failure, and fear of death. When courage fails, the only answer is dramatic foolishness. Directed by Avner Eisenberg. Seating is limited and advance registration is required for large groups. For information or to register a group, please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30. Sat 7/14 The Parrish Art Museum Midsummer Party Honoring Trudy C. Kramer Call for ticket information 631-283-2118 ext. 33. Dance the night away at The Midsummer Party - the most magical evening of the summer social season. Join the Museum Board of Trustees as they host this year's event and honor Trudy C. Kramer for her 25 years of service as Museum Director. Indulge in delectable food and lavish cocktails to the sounds of fine music under an air-conditioned tent in the Museum's garden. Celebrate this special evening with Midsummer Party honorary co-chairs Deborah Bancroft, Katharina Otto-Bernstein, and Beth Rudin DeWoody and learn more about our continuing plans for The New Parrish during this important time in our history. Wed 7/18 – Fri 7/20 Kidsummer Art Workshops: Architectural Design and Painting in the Studio Classes for ages 8 and up 2:00 pm $130 Parrish Members / $155 Non-Members Children will learn techniques of design and have an opportunity to paint with watercolor, tempera, and acrylics. Please send a lunch with your child each day. Limited space is available and advance registration and payment are required for all classes. (Limited, partial scholarships are available to those who qualify.) To register or to request a scholarship, please call 631-2832118, ext. 30. Wed 7/18 Kidsummer Performance: Taikoza - The Exciting Rhythms and Sounds of the Taiko Drums 2:00 pm $7 Parrish Members / $12 Non-Members Taikoza is a New York based Japanese drum and dance group that uses the powerful rhythms of the Taiko drums to create an electrifying energy of excitement. Drawing from Japan's rich tradition of music and performance, the Taikoza has created a new sound using a variety of instruments. In addition to drums of assorted sizes, the group incorporates the use of bamboo flutes and the koto, a 13 string instrument, to take audiences on a journey through Japan's many regions using traditional folk songs and dance. Seating is limited and advance registration is required for large groups. For information or to register a group, please call 631283-2118, ext. 30. Fri 7/20 Fridays @ Noon: Joe Fig 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Take a closer look at topics and themes in the summer exhibitions. Joe Fig leads a gallery tour of his exhibition of miniaturized replicas of the studios of such well-known artists as Jackson Pollock, Chuck Close, April Gornik and Eric Fischl. Bring your lunch and we will supply the beverages and dessert Fri 7/20 Film: Absolute Wilson 8:00 pm $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members USA, 2006, in English, NR 105 minutes Directed by Katharina Otto-Bernstein Cast: Robert Wilson, Susan Sontag, Philip Glass, David Byrne An intimate portrait of a gifted, controversial genius, Absolute Wilson traces the unlikely career of a learning-disabled boy from the American South who grew up to create such seminal works of avant-garde theater as Einstein on the Beach and The CIVIL WarS. More than a biography, this film is an exhilarating exploration of the transformative power of creativity itself. The film introduces such admirers, friends and critics as musician David Byrne, the late writer Susan Sontag, composer Phillip Glass and singer Jessye Norman. Sat 7/21 Dreams and Despair: Artists' Letters 6:00 pm $5 Parrish Members/ $7 Non-Members Join us for a unique occasion as award-winning authors Barbara Goldsmith and Frederic Tuten read artists' letters from the collection of the New York Public Library. Goldsmith is the best-selling author and historian whose prizewinning books include Little Gloria…. Happy At Last; Obsessive Genius: The Inner World of Marie Curie; and Other Powers: The Age of Suffrage; Spiritualism and the Scandalous Victoria Woodhull, which will soon be a major motion picture. Tuten is the author of five outstanding novels, including Tintin in the New World, Van Gogh's Bad Café, and his most recent, The Green Hour.

Tuesdays 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14 & 8/21 Painting En Plein Air 3:30 to 6:30 pm $225 Parrish Members/ $275 Non-Members per series. Beginning and Intermediate Sessions with James Fahnestock. For more than a century, artists have been drawn to the East End to paint the landscape. Celebrate this tradition by joining our program of painting outdoors. Students of all levels are encouraged to register for these lively workshops. This five-week session meets once per week for an afternoon of painting in and around Southampton Village. Space is limited, early registration is recommended. Wed 7/25 Member Orientation 6:00 pm Join other members for a special behind-the-scenes presentation of The Parrish. Open to members at all levels. Wed 7/25 – Fri 7/27 Kidsummer Art Workshops: Collaborative Creations 11:00 am to 12:30 pm $65 Parrish Members / $90 Non-Members Parent/Child Workshops, Ages 3 and 4. Child must be accompanied by an adult caregiver. Children and caregivers will create different art projects in painting, collage, and sculpture. A snack will be served at each session. Wed 7/25 Kidsummer Performance: Hip-Hop Connections with Open Thought 2:00 pm $7 Parrish Members / $12 Non-Members This exciting hip-hop program teaches valuable, positive life lessons. Drawing on their own experiences, an energetic rapper/beatboxer (vocal percussionist), skilled D.J./bassist, and two top notch dancers share the history of Hip Hop and its many elements, from breathtaking breaking to freestyle rapping. Seating is limited and advance registration is required for large groups. For information or to register a group, please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30. Fri 7/27 Fridays @ Noon: Studios of the East End 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Take a closer look at topics and themes in the summer exhibitions. Chief Curator Alicia Longwell delivers an illustrated talk on historic and contemporary studio spaces including those of William Merritt Chase, Fairfield Porter, Willem de Kooning and Roy Lichtenstein. Bring your lunch and we will supply beverages and dessert. Fri 7/27 Film: Touch The Sound 8:00 pm $5 Parrish Members | $7 Non-Members Germany, 2005, in English, NR 100 minutes Directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer Cast: Evelyn Glennie, Fred Frith. One of the world's foremost musicians, Evelyn Glennie is a Grammy-winning classical percussionist whose solo work is unparalleled. She is also deaf. In this documentary portrait of Ms. Glennie, director Thomas Riedelsheimer focuses on small, improvised sessions with other musicians and maps a world of senses, colorful images and evocative sounds. Rather than dwelling on her deafness, this haunting film admires Ms. Glennie's achievements and interprets them for new listeners. Sat 7/28 “Project Hot-Shot” on July 28th 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on the West Lawn of The Parrish Art Museum $5 admission includes entry to the galleries, a Chinese auction, drinks, & munchies. The Parrish Art Museum continues The Project's Three Summer Nights with its first ever portrait party: Project Hot-Shot. $5 Admission for this outdoor event includes music, food and drinks, and entrance into the galleries. Project Hot Shot will feature reggae, hip-hop and rock performances. Headlining the evening is Team Embassador, whose eclectic, upbeat sound that blends hiphop, R&B, reggae, and pop music. Local acts include Southampton's own André Nápier A.K.A. Lucky Luciano. Rapper André Nápier exhibits a universally appealing rawness, through his chameleon flows, with an added touch of Hamptons flair. Rock band Oliver Lankard rounds out the night with their fusion of jazz, rock and soul. East End break-dancers, The Bridgemill Crew, will get the crowd moving, dancing to the beats of DJ ArKid. Project Hot Shot also presents the debut of US NOW, a twilight exhibition of 40 digital photography portraits exemplifying life in 2007. The Project has asked participants from all walks of life to submit digital photographs that show visions of raw and obvious contemporary living. In addition to the exhibition US NOW, HOTSHOT guests can pose for digital portraits provided by Long Island artists' collectives FRESH and Arts4, or be captured by local artists and photographers on hand all night. The evening will help to encourage the conservation of both our natural and cultural worlds by promoting the participation of young people in art, music and environmental action. The Project has partnered with Rock ’n Renew, an educational organization, that promotes the conservation of our planet through art, music and other media. Project HOT-SHOT will bring together various local organizations including SUNY Stony Brook and The Nature Conservancy, interested in supporting our message of sustainability. Representatives from these groups will be at the event with information on how to get involved. The Southampton Publick House, Duck Walk Vineyards, Water Mill Party, Maggie Moo's and Smart Water have generously donated their products to support the event. Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 gala@baystreet.org Sat 7/21 The Summer Gala! At the Harding Farm in Bridgehampton 6:30 pm Tickets $500, Preferred

Tables $10,000 Join us for THE Theatrical event of the Benefit Season! With performances from the Manhattan School of Music and the Chinese Cultural Center of NY. Cocktails, Dinner by Robbins Wolfe Caterers, Dancing to Hank Lane Review, Silent Auction, PLUS the live Fantasy Auction tradition continues with one in a lifetime temptations! Join the fun and get the opportunity to bid on some of the exciting items in our "Fantasy" Auction including: A Princess Tea Party with Julie Andrews; A luxury vacation in Puerto Vallarta with roundtrip airfare; A Fantasy Golf Package; A Custom Italian Kitchen; Dinner for 4 at Rao's; Tickets to the Opening Night performance of the new Mel Brooks Musical "Young Frankenstein"; An original Al Hirschfeld lithograph of Marlene Dietrich; A custom website design; Tiffany Mark® Ladies Watch; House seats to Broadway shows; A Stay in Puerto Rico; Plus original artwork, jewelry, memorabilia and much more! Mon 7/30 A Concert Reading of Simeon’s Gift @ The Whalers Church Sag Harbor 7:00 pm Adults: $100 Children: $25 (up to 12 years) Join us for a Special Benefit Concert Reading of Bay Street's new musical for family audiences adapted from the bestselling book by Julie Andrews Edwards and Emma Walton Hamilton. There will be a talkback with the authors immediately following the concert reading. "Simeon's Gift" features music by Ian Fraser, lyrics by John Bucchino and will be directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Limited signed copies of "Simeon's Gift" will be available for purchase. Mainstage @ Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Tues 6/22 – Sun 7/1 The Night Season Tues – Sat 8:00 pm Sun 7:00 pm Matinees Wed 2:00 pm & Sat 4:00 pm $50-$75 American Premiere. By: Rebecca Lenkiewicz Directed by: Lonny Price With: KATHERINE HELMOND whose television credits include: Soap, Who’s The Boss?, Coach, and Everybody Loves Raymond; Broadway credits include Mixed Emotions, Great God Brown, and House Of Blue Leaves; and film credits include Walt Disney/Pixar’s Cars (voice of Tin Lizzy), Brazil, Family Plot, and Overboard. It’s late at night. A shoeless, rain-drenched film star on location appears at his lodging in Sligo, Ireland. On his arrival, he discovers a home with three feisty sisters, a poetry-quoting father and an eccentric grandma who sings show tunes. This American Premiere is a funny, modern, intoxicated tale of love, loss and family. " ... charming, blithe and funny…." London’s Guardian Tues 7/10- Sun 8/5 A Rock Opera - Turandot: The Rumble For The Ring Tues – Sat 8:00 pm Sun 7:00 pm Matinees Wed 2:00 pm & Sat 4:00 pm Regular Tickets $65 & $75 Under 21 Tickets: $35 Student Rush Tickets: $10 World Premiere!!! The Emperor, owner of PROWL (Professional Rock Opera Wrestling League) is staging the greatest promotion in wrestling history, THE RUMBLE FOR THE RING. In order to win his daughter, Turandot's hand in marriage, the Infernal Machine, the most terrifying and formidable duo in wrestling, must be defeated. A stranger, El Mysterio, Jr. takes the challenge, and the story takes a new twist. By: Diane Paulus & Randy Weiner Directed by: Diane Paulus Original lyrics and book by Randy Weiner Music Direction by Roger Butterley, From the creators of The Donkey Show. A fresh and dynamic new musical based on the story of Turandot, jam-packed with some of the greatest arias in opera greatest arias by Puccini, Verdi, Bizet and more for a show not to be missed! …only this time they are set to a beat that will keep you rockin'. Brute force, amour and arias to rock-your-socks! Comedy @ Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Mon 7/16 8:00 pm CAROLINE RHEA $50 Smart, fresh and spontaneous, Rhea's approach to comedy is unpredictable, witty and always based on honesty. She recently hosted NBC's hit reality show "The Biggest Loser", but is perhaps best known for her role on the WB's "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch". Mon 7/23 8:00 PM LOUIS CK $50 Writer and Producer of "The Chris Rock Show", this late night alumni has written for Conan, Letterman and produced the "Dana Carvey Show". Emmy-Award winner and writer of the films Down To Earth and the cult-classic Pootie Tang, Louis CK's comedy is fresh, frank and daring. THE BAY STREET THEATRE ADULT CLASSES Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Saturdays 10am - 1pm Playwriting Workshop with William Burford $125 per 4 week session (Through October 2007) Playwrights hear their scripts read, followed by supportive discussion from other active writers under the guidance of director, writer

and Bay Street General Manager William Burford. Bill is the General Manager of Bay Street Theater. He has directed over 60 productions across the U.S., specializing in new works, and has produced many more. He is a panelist on the New York State Council for the Arts. Bill has taught theatre, interdisciplinary arts and creative process. Many in this group are seasoned playwrights, some new to the craft. Newcomers are encouraged to sit in a first session without cost. All participants are expected to present current work. Participants sign up for four sessions at a time. Please call Bill Burford at 631-725-0818 ext. 104 for additional information. Sat 6/30 – Sat 8/11 Scene Study & Acting Technique with Stephen Hamilton Saturdays 10am - 1pm $450 Maximum enrollment 16 students; age 18 and up. Admission is by interview only. Please call 631-725-0818, ext. 101 to arrange an interview. A rare opportunity to take a professional acting class with Bay Street Theatre’s Co-Founder and Executive Director, Steve Hamilton. The class will explore the central elements of the actor’s craft through work on scenes from classic and contemporary plays. The emphasis will be on performance work that is authentic, specific and courageous. Prior to co-founding Bay Street in 1992, STEPHEN HAMILTON performed extensively Off-Broadway and in regional theatre, including Lincoln Center Theatre, Circle in the Square, Soho Rep, The Actor’s Studio, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Capitol Rep, Alliance Theatre of Atlanta, and the Arizona Theatre Company, among others. Mr. Hamilton’s directing credits include Bay Street’s World Premiere of Gross Points starring Alec Baldwin, as well as Quack Theatrics’ production of Martin McDonagh’s The Lonesome West at the Stephen Talkhouse and Yasmina Reza’s Art at the John Drew Theatre in East Hampton. A long time member of Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, Steve served as a faculty member there and has been teaching acting for almost 20 years. He offers private coaching for actors in his studio in Sag Harbor. For more information visit www.stephen-hamilton.com KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Thurs 7/19 Hot Peas N’ Butter 3:00 pm $12 As seen on Noggin!Take a tour around the world with sizzling percussive beats fused with bilingual lyrics for music that will excite kids and entertain adults! Ages 3-8. Thurs 7/26 Norman Foote 3:00 pm $12 With songs that put a twist on the traditional and utilizing props with an attitude, Norman Foote’s innovative show is not to be missed. Ages 4-12. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sun. 7/1 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Reception for artist Pat Moran´s painting exhibition Peripheral Visions. The exhibit runs June 29 through July 30. Sat. 7/7 6:00 pm Novelist Hilma Wolitzer reads from her latest: Summer Reading. Sat. 7/14 6:00 pm Author Phyllis Raphael reads from her memoir Off the King´s Road: Lost and Found in London. Sat. 7/21 6:00 pm Lucette Lagnado reads from her memoir Man in the White Sharkskin Suit Sat. 7/28 6:00 pm Poet Sandy McIntosh reads from his new collection 49 Ways to Escape Death JOHN JERMAIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY 200 Main Street at the corner of Union Street, Sag Harbor 7250049 Friday at the Movies Fri 7/13 Madeinusa 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Please arrive by 6:15 p.m Film Festival Selection* Peruvian Drama Peruvian Drama directed by Claudia Liosa. In Spanish with English subtitles. Nominated for a Grand Jury Prize - Drama, at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. Winner of 3 additional festival prizes. Not Rate. Fri 7/20 Pride 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Please arrive by 6:15 p.m Sports Drama starring Terrance Howard, Bernie Mac, Kimberly Elise and Tom Arnold. Directed by Sunu Gonera. Rated PG for thematic material, language including some racial epithets and violence. Fri 7/27 Family Films - Scooby Doo Double Feature 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Please try to arrive 15 minutes early. On the Big Screen with Stereo Sound! Two Scooby Doo films. The first film is an animated feature for all ages. The second is a live action feature for older kids. Come in your pajamas. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Sat 7/21 Concert At the Old Whaler's Church on Union Street 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Music by the East End's own Native American group, The Thunderbird Sisters. Part of Sag Harbor's 300th Anniversary Celebration. Sponsored by the John Jermain Memorial Library.

Sat 7/21 Native American Life Workshops featuring visuals of Native lifeways though time beginning at 11am for children ages 3-8, and beginning at 1pm for children age 9 and older Students will be introduced to Stone Age culture, and will learn to use flint hand drills, stone tools, and more in order to make pendants and leather headbands that they can wear home, as well as making corn cakes with berries SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Sat 7/21 Keeping Time in Sag Harbor, gallery talk with Stephen Longmire 3:00 pm Sun 7/22 Kid's Old Burying Ground Search, Old Burying Ground 1:00 pm Old Burying Ground Committee Thurs 7/26 Mystic Whaler & Sea Shanties 8:00 pm Whaler's Church EAST END GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Books, Gallery & Music Sat 7/21 through Thurs 8/16 : Paul Saltzman Sat 7/21 Opening Reception 6:00 - 7:30 pm In February, 1968, Paul Saltzman traveled to the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India to learn meditation. His time there was profoundly life changing. While there, he met John, Paul, George and Ringo, and over the following days, as they hung out together, he took some photographs. Paul’s time with the Beatles had been intimate and private moments for him. Although each of the Beatles had given him explicit permission to take their pictures, when he returned home he put his Ektachrome transparencies away in a cardboard box in his basement, and forgot about them. Thirty years later, his daughter reminded him of the photographs. These never before seen photographs are available in a stunning limited edition book. 11TH ANNUAL LONG ISLAND HEART OF THE HAMPTONS Hayground School 151 Mitchell Lane Bridgehampton 734-2804 barbara.poliwoda@heart.org Sat 7/7 6:00pm -- 11:00pm Fee: Beginning at $450 The 11th Annual Long Island Heart of the Hamptons Gala is an elegant and festive event focused on raising funds for the mission of the American Heart Association. The gala seeks to increase public awareness of cardiovascular disease, and will deliver a passionate, compelling message for our gala audience to focus on the critical issue of children's health. Revenue is generated through sponsorship, table and ticket sales, journal ads and a silent auction. Top sponsors are treated to a fabulous VIP reception. The silent auction offers a bountiful assortment of special wines from around the world, exquisite art, trips and excursions. A large, diverse representation of the Hamptons and New York City’s corporate, medical and social community attend the gala. Star-studded friends and colleagues enjoy the beautiful setting of the Hamptons while eating delicious, heart-healthy foods, drinking delightful local wines and having fun with the music and dancing. HAMPTONS 7TH ANNUAL WINE & CHOCOLATE COCKTAIL PARTY 60 Fourteen Hills Court, Bridgehampton – off Middle Line Highway Sat 7/21 Wine, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres & dancing 8:00 pm – 12:00 am $25 / $30 at the door Proceeds from this event will help support Human Resource Center of the Hamptons Director: Mary Anne Tupper : 631 - 283 6415 Reservations are a must —Limited amount of tickets will be sold for this event! LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Road East Hampton, 329-4299 Sat 7/21 Annual summer art auction and birthday gala celebrating Jack Larsen's 80th year, LongHouse Reserve’s 15th anniversary, and honoring Yoko Ono. Gardens open at 6pm. Tickets start at $500. Contact Joanne at 631.329.3568 Our LongHouse Gala on July 21st promises to be a truly magical event. Celebrating LHR’s 15th anniversary and saluting Jack Larsen’s 80th year, we are thrilled to honor Yoko Ono for her creativity and her crusade for peace. What better way to spend a July night in the Hamptons than to join us for dinner, music, auctions, and dancing! Put on a smile, your best summer whites with glitters of silver and gold and come share an extraordinary evening at LongHouse. Yoko Ono has deeded LHR, in perpetuity, a rare wish-tree, to which she asks that we attach our innermost wishes. Whether your wish is a prayer for peace or a more personal message, we invite you to add your wish to ours on July 21st. The generosity of donors for our no-reserve auction has been terrific

and includes amazing virtuoso objects and one of kind special travel packages; Christo and Jeanne-Claude to Chihuly, Paris weekends to Napa Valley retreats… This year we are hosting the auction items on our website http://www.longhouse.org/summer.ihtml so that everyone can participate whether you are able to attend on Saturday eve (July 21st) or prefer to bid via our website. 20TH ANNUAL ART IN THE GARDEN AUCTION Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church Bridgehampton Sat 7/14 Preview/Wine & Cheese Reception 6:00 pm Bidding Starts 7:30 pm $20 Admission Benefits Community Members in Need through outreach programs including the Bridgehampton Pantry SCOPE HAMPTONS East Hampton Studios 77 Industrial Road Wainscott tickets@scope-art.com Fri 7/27-Sun 7/29 Scope International Contemporary Art Fair 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm $10 Catalogues $10 Returning for its third year to the East End, Scope Hamptons will transform the 25,000 square-foot East Hampton Studios into a world-class art fair and destination-location for seasoned and fledgling collectors. With over 60 international established and emerging contemporary galleries from over 20 countries, Scope presents a full schedule of special events, performances and screenings, alongside museum-quality programming, creating what has become “The Hamptons Weekend of Art”. Scope’s continued mission is to turn viewers into users. Founded in 2002, Scope gives a view of the contemporary art-world available nowhere else. Scope international art fairs present up-and-coming dealers, curators, and artists, alongside museum quality programming. This year, Scope Hamptons is proud to introduce Kids Scope artmaking workshops presented by Socrates Sculpture Park. Led by Socrates’ artists over three sessions daily, these creative and inspirational projects introduce fundamental and contemporary artmaking techniques that incorporate a variety of art materials and media. Thurs 7/26 Preview to Benefit Socrates Sculpture Park’s Education Program Fri 7/27 Screening of Stereomongrel by Luis Gispert and Jeffrey Reed in the Salomon Contemporary warehouse in East Hampton KARIN SANDERS FINE ART 126 Main Street, Sag Harbor 899-3430 (Located above the New Paradise Café) Sat 6/30 – Wed 7/25 The Nature of Art Exhibition featuring the work of ten artists, the exhibition focuses on our natural surroundings through a variety of media including paint on canvas, photography and sculpture. Themes include water, sky, botanicals, trees, birds and farm animals and even the microcosmic environment of insects. Angela Beloian, Richard Bruce, Eric Demarchelier, Millie Falcaro, Edie Nadelhaft, Suzanne Opton, Matthew Riva, Arlene Slavin, Michael Souter, Sharon Wandel PIERRE'S RESTAURANT Bridgehampton 537 5110 Sun 7/8 Jazz: Dennis Raffelock EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Thu 7/5 10:00 am - 11:30 am Children's Workshop: Nautical Arts & Nature at the Marine Museum For ages 6-10. Fee is $10, and includes materials. Advance registration required. Please register by calling (631)324-6850. Sat 7/7 5:00 pm - 7:00pm Gardiner's Island: 300 Years of Images and Objects. Exhibition opening reception at Clinton Academy Museum. Sun 7/8 4:00 pm Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: Harvey Shapiro & Samuel Menashe Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. Free admission. Thu 7/12 10:00am - 11:30 am Children's Workshop: Nautical Arts & Nature at the Marine Museum For ages 6-10. Fee is $10, and includes materials. Advance registration required. Please register by calling (631)324-6850. Fri 7/13 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm East Hampton Historical Society Benefit Party & Antiques Show Preview – Honorary Chair Ralph Lauren Major Summer Event for Home and Garden! Under tent - rain or shine! For ticket information to the benefit party, please call 631324-6850. Preview party details to follow ... Sat 7/14 Sun 7/15 The 2007 East Hampton Antique Show by Ferguson & D'Arruda Sat 10:00 am - 5:00

pm, Sun 10:00 am - 3:00 pm $8, Early admission Sat 9:00 am $20 Major Summer Event for Home and Garden! Under tent - rain or shine! For further information, call 401.273.5550 or email ferguson.darruda@comcast.net Sun 7/15 4:00 pm Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: Carole Stone & Alex Russo Thu 7/19 10:00 am - 11:30 am Children's Workshop: Nautical Arts & Nature at the Marine Museum Fri 7/20 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Garden Club of East Hampton Flower Show at the Osborn-Jackson House Sat 7/21 10:00 am Cemetery Tour with Hugh King. Join historian Hugh King for a guided tour of East Hampton's coffin-shaped "Burying Ground." Tours begin at front gate of Mulford Farm, rain or shine. Admission $10. For reservations, please call 631-324-6850. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Garden Club of East Hampton Flower Show at the Osborn-Jackson House Sun 7/22 4:00 pm Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: Vince Clemente & Kathryn Levy Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. Free admission. Thu 7/26 10:00 am - 11:30 am Children's Workshop: Nautical Arts & Nature at the Marine Museum For ages 6-10. Fee is $10, and includes materials. Advance registration required. Please register by calling (631)324-6850. Sat 7/28 10:00 am Architectural History Tour with Richard Barons: Clinton Academy Restoration Tour begins at 10am, rain or shine. Admission $10/$5 for members. Reservations required. Please call 631-324-6850. Sun 7/29 4:00 pm Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: Phillip & Marjorie Appleman Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. Free admission. 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Historic and Contemporary Duck Decoys at the Marine Museum. Exhibition opening reception. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 Hikes for July and August start at 9A.M. unless otherwise noted. Wed 7/4 Point Woods (3 Miles) 9:00 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. Meet on Meet at Camp Hero Rd. off Rt 27 in Montauk, about a mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Sat 7/7 Three Mile Harbor (4 miles) 9:00 am Cross the 175 foot Tanbark Creek Bridge (built by the EHTPS) while enjoying the view from the mouth of Three Mile Harbor. Ramble on to Stony Hill and back. Meet at the intersection of Springy Banks and Soak Hides Roads in East Hampton. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Sat 7/7 Sunset and Fireworks (2 miles) 8:00 pm Here is a rare opportunity to learn about the great diversity of the Walking Dunes, see a stunning sunset, then watch the Devon Yacht Club’s fireworks display. Bring a flashlight, insect repellent, and refreshments of your choice. This hike is not suitable for young children. Meet at the end of Napeague Harbor Rd off Rte. 27 in Napeague. Leader: Lee Dion 375-2339 Sat 7/14 Napeague to Fresh Pond (3-4 miles) 9:00 am This lovely section of the Paumanok Path takes us into scenic Hither Woods along a winding trail lined with oak, hickory, and pitch pine to the mirror-like Fresh Pond. Some moderately steep areas. Meet at Napeague Harbor Rd north of the RR tracks. Leader: Larry Raymond 668-3432 Sat 7/14 Bike Ride the Back Roads of Southold & Peconic 9:00 am Meet at the parking area at North Ferry, Shelter Island. The leisurely ride will take us through North Fork towns with visits to Horton Lighthouse and Catapano Dairy Farm. The ride is approximately 20 miles and will take 2 to 3 hours. Please confirm with leaders Jerry Brown and Lois Peltz at 329-9414. Sat 7/14 Special: Sag Harbor 300th Anniversary Tour – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm The Whaling Village 18001900 Tour starts at the windmill on Long Wharf. Leader: Tony Garo 725-5861 Sat 7/14 Special: Sag Harbor 300th Anniversary Tour –1:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Industrial Village 18001900 Tour starts at the windmill on Long Wharf. Leader: Tony Garo 725-5861

Wed 7/18 Waterfence Variation (5 miles) 9:00 am A favorite hike in Hither Hills gets some new twists and turns; this is an invigorating outing with memorable scenery. Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook Parking Lot on Rt 27, 1 mile east of the intersection with Old Montauk Highway. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sat 7/21 Exercise Hike (3-4 miles) 8:00 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 329-1470 Sat 7/21 Grace Estate/Cedar Point Park (4 miles) 9:00 am This moderately paced walk on flat terrain in Northwest will provide interesting views of a number of interconnected bodies of water. Meet at the school house plaque on Northwest Rd. about 3/10 mile from intersection with Alewive Brook Rd. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Wed 7/25 Money Pond Plus (5+miles) 9:00 am Capt Kidd allegedly buried his treasure somewhere near Money Pond. Come help us check it out and complete the loop with spectacular views of the ocean and the more tangible “treasures” of Point Woods. Meet on Camp Hero Rd. off Rt. 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sat 7/28 Red Dirt/Fresh Pond (3miles) 8:00 am We’ll carpool to the intersection of Accabonac and Stony Hill Roads, then hike the Paumanok Path through the High Point and Stony Hill Preserves to Fresh Pond Park and Gardiners’s Bay. This is an early, active trek. Meet at the end of Fresh Pond Road, Amagansett, at 8A.M. Leader: Jim Zajac 324-2425 Sat 7/29 Kayak Paddle # 3 9:00 am Northwest Creek is the site of this third event of the season. If time and conditions permit we may paddle to Shelter Island. BYO boat or call Mike Bottini 267-5228 for a delivered rental. Meet at end of Northwest Landing Rd. on the eastern shore of Northwest Creek. Life preservers required. Leader: Richard Lupoletti.324-1127 Sat 7/29 Special: Sag Harbor 300th Anniversary Literary Tour 9:00 am – 11:30 am Meet at the windmill on Long Wharf. Leader: Tony Garo 725-5861 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 7/1 Barcelona Neck. 9AM-11AM. Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Club parking lot on Barcelona Point Road (off Rte. 114), Sag Harbor. A brisk 4 mile hike with woods and water. Dianne Rulnick, 631-726-5903. Thurs 7/5 S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting. 7PM-9PM. Meet at Town Hall lower level meeting room, Southampton. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 7/7 Crooked Pond Circumnavigation. 9AM-11AM. Hike around this historic pond. 3 miles, some hills. Meet at the Val Schaffner house, 1061 Bridgehampton/Sag harbor Tpk. (long driveway on the east side of the turnpike about 100 yards north of Scuttlehole Hole Road). Bill Shildknecht, 631-725-2888. Sat 7/7 Sarnoff Exploration. 10AM-1:30PM. Meet at the Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead traffic circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring liquid and snacks. The route and length of the hike will be determined by trail conditions. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or <virg4@optonline.net> Sun 7/8 Bull Head Bay Kayak Trip. 11AM-1PM. Meet at the end of West Neck Road, North Sea. Paddle beautiful Bull Head Bay and Scallop Pond. BYO kayak, life vest required. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 7/14 -Trout Pond/Clam Island. 9AM-11AM. Meet at the Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road, Noyac. Two for the price of one. Hike around historic Trout Pond; then along the shore to Clam Island. Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sun 7/15 Long Pond Greenbelt. 9AM-11:30AM. Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. 5 miles through the beautiful Greenbelt and its many ponds. Bob Wolfram, 631-7254237. Sun 7/15 H.O.T. Horseback Ride. BYO horse. Call Barbara Bornstein at 537-6188 for details. Sat 7/21 Mulvihill Preserves. 9AM-11AM.

Meet at Sag Harbor Industries parking lot on Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Tpk .(opposite Verizon). 4 plus mile hike on the Paumanok Path and through the Great Swamp. Joe Lane, 631-725-3942. Sat 7/21 Sarnoff Exploration. 10AM-1:30PM. Meet at the Sarnoff Reserve’s D.E.C. parking lot on the west side of County Road 104, 2.5 miles south of the Riverhead traffic circle. A joint hike with the L.I. Greenbelt Conference. Rain cancels, bring liquid and snacks. The route and length of the hike will be determined by trail conditions. John Virgilio, 631-574-8844 or <virg4@optonline.net> Sun 7/22 Tuckahoe Swamp. 9AM-10:30AM. Meet on Millstone Brook Road (across from Millstone Lane), Southampton. 2 miles through these diverse woodlands. Sue Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 7/28 Elliston Park. 9AM-11AM. Meet at Elliston Park parking lot on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. 4-5 miles, some hills. Ponds, woods and swamps. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376. Sun 7/29 Full Moon Howl. 8PM-10PM. Meet on Swamp Road approximately ½ mile east of Rte. 114, Sag Harbor. 3 mile hike to watch the full moon over Sag Harbor Bay. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 7/29 Narrow Lane Clean-up. 8AM. Help clean our adopted road. Call Dai Dayton for details, 631-537-0660. GROUP FOR THE SOUTHFORK 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 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 7/16 Louse Point Restoration 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Build on your good eco-karma and help with this ongoing project to dig up Japanese knotweed, a very invasive plant. Bring a shovel if you have one. Cold lemonade provided. For directions or more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 (x17) or acwright@groupforthesouthfork.org . Mon 7/30 Kick-Off Sagg Pond Paddle & BBQ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Join us for a one-mile paddle down Sagg Pond to the ocean beach, where we will gather to enjoy a BBQ, bonfire, and sunset. Weather permitting, we will paddle back by the light of the full moon. BBQ Fee: $20 (under 12 $10) for members; $25 for nonmembers. Boat rentals: $45 double kayak and $35 single kayak. Please bring your own drinks and a chair or blanket to sit on (supplies must be transported in your kayak or canoe). For reservations or more information, please contact Jodi Grindrod (631-5371400 x23; jgrindrod@groupforthesouthfork.org) or Kate Schertel (631-537-1400 x13; kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org). GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH OF THE HAMPTONS 111 St. Andrew's Rd. Southampton 283-6169 Thurs 7/12 – Sun 7/15 2007 Hamptons Greek Festival 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm Thurs, Fri & Sat Noon - 11:00 pm, Sun Noon- 9:00 pm Free Admision. Great Food. Music to clap to . . . Music to dance to! Enjoy the ever-popular Hamptons Hellenic Dancers--youth performing traditional Greek dances! Two performances each night 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm. Dance the evening away to the live music of The Trojans, a five-piece traditional Greek Band! Thurs - Sat 7:00 pm-11:00 pm Sun 2:00 pm-7:00 pm. Children’s Attractions including a classic carousel! Thursday is “Family Discount Bracelet Night 6:00 pm-10:00 pm. Families can enjoy the Festival’s amusement rides as many times as they like for a specially discounted price!Raffle Tickets. SHOE INN 66 Newtown Lane East Hampton 329-4500 Thurs 7/19 – Sun 7/22 Shoe Inn’s Annual Boot Sale at the old store, 36 Main Street East Hampton 9:00 am Designer boots at deeply discounted prices. New selection daily! People line up to get in. They buy plastic garbage bags full and come back every day! It’s unbelievable! LENZ Rte 25 - Main Road, Peconic, 800-974-9899 or 734-6010 office@lenzwine.com Sat 7/7 The 18th Annual Chardonnay World Classic 5:30 – 8pm General Public $50 Subscribers $35

Celebrate Chardonnay! Taste over 90 chardonnays from 5 continents. Artisanal cheeses & Hors d’oeuvres MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Fri 6/29 – Sun 7/8 Revolution: Art of the Beatles Show & Sale11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Free “Revolution” featuring the art of the Beatles is the first exhibit of its kind that showcases hand signed works by John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. “Revolution” features over 100 pieces of art including lithographs, fine art photographs, lyrics, album art, gold records, animation art, plus a special exhibit featuring works of the Beatles friends and influences such as Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Rolling Stones, The Who, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, David Bowie and a lot more. Thurs 7/5 Kickin' Chicken and Beef BBQ Bootcamp 6:00 pm-9:30 pm $45.00 per person RSVP by Mon 7/3 BBQ Demonstration & Class with Maple Tree BBQ Gourmet Caterers. 4 course BBQ demonstration with a wine pairing Thurs 7/5 – Sun 7/8 1st Long Island Wine Country International Film Festival $15 per person RSVP Limited Seating Thursday 6PM - Cocktail Hour and Khevsurian Fencing Showcase from the heroes of "Niko" a short documentary that will be screened later on the shorts program. (www.myspace.com/lostcrusadersproject ) 7PM - Screening/ Shorts Program 1 8PM- Q & A following the Shorts Program 1 9PM - "Idiots Are Us" screening Friday 6PM Cocktail Hour and live music performance by Kendra Morris and WILD THINGS 7PM - Shorts Program 2 8PM - Q & A following the shorts program 2 9PM- "Sorry, You can't Get Through" screening Saturday 6PM - Cocktail Hour and live music performance by Amy Gerhartz 7PM - "Peter FM" Screening 8 PM - Q & A following the shorts program 1 9PM - "Williamsburg" screening Sunday 5PM - "Peter FM" Screening 7:00PM - Shorts Program 2 8PM - Closing Ceremony of the Festival Sat 7/8 The East End Anything But Chardonnay & Merlot Festival 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Experience the diverse body of exceptional varietals produced on the East End other than Chardonnay & Merlot. Ackerly Pond Vineyards • Bedell Cellars • Castello di Borghese Vineyard • Corey Creek Vineyards Osprey’s Dominion Vineyards • Palmer Vineyards• Peconic Bay Winery • Pindar Vineyards Duckwalk Vineyards • Jason’s Vineyard • Jamesport Vineyards • Laurel Lake Vineyards • Long Island Meadery • Macari Vineyards & Winery • Vineyard 48• Waters Crest Winery • Northville Farms • Catapano Dairy Farm • Sidor Farms/North Fork Potato Chips • Really Good Jams TICKETS: $45pp+tax IN ADVANCE $40 for Wine Club Members / $50pp+tax AT THE DOOR $45 for Wine Club Members. Sun 7/15 Book Signing with Tony Pioppi Author of golf book "To The Nines" 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Golf themed cooking demo and wine pairing Sun 7/22 Raise your Wine IQ: Session 1 – Grapes to Wine 2:00 pm 1st in a 3 part Series - Learn about how modern wine is made and how that process developed through the ages. Explore how wine came to Long Island. This session will include tastings to illustrate and enhance the learning process. Sat 7/28 Japan Fest 4-8pm $10 Adults +tax $5 Children +tax RSVP at 631 298 0075 A day of exhibits and demonstrations celebrating the Japanese Culture. Bonsai Exhibit, Sumi-e/Brush Painting Exhibit, Japanese Pottery, Martial Arts Demonstration, Oragami Demonstration, Koto Playing, 7:15 Taiko Drum Concert, Product Demonstration

and Wine Tasting Sun 7/29 Barn Dance & BBQ 3-7pm $20pp, 21 and over, reserve at 631 852-4959 Benefit for 4-H Youth Development. Chart Gurthrie "Caller" Dunegrass "Americana Music" WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Mon 7/2 All-American Fourth of July Cooking Class 12:00pm 2:00pm $55 Showcasing the delicious flavors of summer, our star-spangled menu features all-American favorites. It’s a wonderful way to celebrate Independence Day. Creamy Potato Salad, Stuffed Burgers, Fried Chicken with Corn on the Cob and Strawberry Shortcake Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Mon 7/9 Cooking with Kids: Desserts Cooking Class 12:00pm 2:00pm $55 What’s the quickest way to entice kids into the kitchen? Let them bake their own scrumptious treats. Children will sweeten up to the idea of cooking in no time! S'mores Bars Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Sun 7/15 Farmer’s Market: Vegetables Free Vegetables are bountiful during the summer months, bringing freshness and versatility to the table. Learn the proper ways of cleaning, handling and storing vegetables as well as innovative ways to prep and cook them. Mon 7/16 A Southwestern Dinner Cooking Class 12:00pm 2:00pm $55 This casual menu is inspired by the bold flavors of the American Southwest. Recipes highlight classic ingredients from the region, including tomatillos, limes and spicy chilies. Tomatillo Salsa, Pan-Roasted Corn Salad with Tomatoes and Feta, Chicken with Chili and Lime and Mexican Wedding Cookies Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Sun 7/29 Summer Fruits Free Make the most of summer fruits and learn new ways to enjoy them. This class offers an in-depth look at the proper ways of cleaning, handling and storing fruit. We’ll give you preparation ideas and discuss the ideal fruits for specific cooking techniques such as grilling and baking. CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Thurs 7/5 Celebrate the Vines ~ Winemakers Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person Reservations Requested A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Sun 7/8 Inspired by Nature ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person Reservations Requested A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Sun 7/8 Art Book Signing: Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork Photographs by Jake Rajs 3:00 pm Free Local artist and internationally acclaimed photographer Jake Rajs, will display some images from his new book, Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork and be available for book signings and discussions. Thurs 7/12 Good Green Fun ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Reservations Requested Thurs 7/12 Cucina Toscana ~ Cooking with Olive Oil 2:00 pm Free Cooking Demonstrations Olive oil – an essential ingredient for any Italian feast! Discover the secrets of tasty summer cuisine using Borghese’s Borghese family imported olive oils. Cooking demonstrations by Steve Amaral of Black Tie Catering. Fri 7/13 Short Movie Screening: Tour the North Fork with Ruby 7:00 pm Ruby is a 1949 red Ford F-1 pickup truck. Ruby will take you to the beautiful beaches, farm stands, wineries, fishing, boating and other secret spots. See the fun of each season including; pumpkin picking, cutting down your own Christmas tree, and much more. A short preview of my new video The Wineries of Long Island, which is currently in production (tentative release date Fall 2007) will also be shown. Sun 7/15 Long Island Wine & Food Cookbook GREAT TASTES OF LONG ISLAND Signing by Ann Marie Borghese. Ann Marie Borghese is proud to present a one of a kind creation, pairing the best of Borghese wines with Long Island’s finest restaurants. This cookbook, created by Ann Marie Borghese in collaboration with AHRC and LI restaurants, has stolen the hearts of

all who treasure wine, dining, and Long Island. Thurs 7/19 Sweet Summer ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Reservations Requested Thurs 7/19 Cucina Toscana ~ Cooking with Olive Oil 2:00 pm Free Cooking Demonstrations Olive oil – an essential ingredient for any Italian feast! Discover the secrets of tasty summer cuisine using Borghese’s Borghese family imported olive oils. Cooking demonstrations by Steve Amaral of Black Tie Catering. Sun 7/22 Nature’s Beauty ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per Person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Reservations Requested Thurs 7/26 Summer Breeze ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Reservations Requested Thurs 7/26 Cucina Toscana ~ Cooking with Olive Oil 2:00 pm Free Cooking Demonstrations Olive oil – an essential ingredient for any Italian feast! Discover the secrets of tasty summer cuisine using Borghese’s Borghese family imported olive oils. Cooking demonstrations by Steve Amaral of Black Tie Catering. Sun 7/28 Evening Wine Press Concert: Hugh Prestwood & Friends 6:00 pm $15 Hugh Prestwood, an award winning singer, songwriter and member of the Nashville Songwriters’ Hall of Fame, has been bringing Nashville to the North Fork to the delight of the Wine Press Concert Series audiences for 10 years. He has penned songs for Judy Collins, Randy Travis, Trisha Yearwood, Crystal Gayle, Michael Johnson and many more. He and his friends will be sharing their songs for a night to remember. In an intimate setting these fine musicians will remind you of the best things in life. All concerts begin at 6:00 PM and are held rain or shine under a tent. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the East End Arts Council or at the gate. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Seating is not usually provided. Picnic dinners are welcome, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Mon 7/28 Art Show Book Signing: Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork Photographs by Jake Rajs 1:00pm – 3:00 pm Free Local artist and internationally acclaimed photographer Jake Rajs, will display some images from his new book, Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork and be available for book signings and discussions. Photographer Jake Rajs has traveled across America and throughout the world, capturing the image and spirit of place. His work has appeared in National Geographic books, Life, and Travel and Leisure. THE BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL OF THE HAMPTONS (800) 644-4418 2007 SCHEDULE All programs and artists are subject to change. Fri 7/13 – Mon 7/16 : Weekend One: Virtuosity and Romanticism The decades following the defeat of Napoleon in 1815 brought a veritable explosion in concert life and musical amateurism. A new public for music lionized a generation of charismatic virtuosi such as Liszt and Paganini, and cherished the intensity and intimacy of the Romantic imagination. Composers sought to reconcile the seemingly conflicting demands for theatrical fireworks and a nearly philosophical, if not religious, profundity in music for the concert stage and the living room. Fri 7/13 Opening Gala Concert in Honor of Lukas Foss Tickets $750 per person – includes Season Pass (unreserved seating) to all concerts and both opening and closing galas including cocktails and dinner $950 per person – includes VIP Pass (reserved seating) to all concerts and both opening and closing galas including cocktails and dinner. Location: East Hampton Studios, Wainscott, NY Complex Origins: The Birth of Romanticism 5:30 pm Cocktails 7:00 pm Pre-concert Talk Leon Botstein 7:30 pm Performance Arnaud Sussmann, violin; American Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leon Botstein, music director $150 Concert and Cocktail Party (reserved)

$75 Concert (unreserved) Lukas Foss (b. 1922), Solomon Rossi Suite (1975), Gioachino Rossini (1792–1868), La Cenerentola Overture (1817), Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809–47), Concerto for Violin in E Minor, Op. 64 (1844). Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68, “Pastoral” (1808), Dinner and Dancing to follow immediately after performance Sat 7/14 Tickets Free East Hampton Studios, Wainscott 11:00 am Family Concert: Terms of Virtuosity: The Bard College Conservatory Chamber Players Music by Liszt, Grieg, and others Sun 7/15 Family Concert: The Guttman Family Concert Wölffer Estate Vineyards, Sagaponack Tickets $50 adults, children free 11:00 a.m. Performance Music by Mozart, Martinu, and others Sun 7/15 Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved) Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor The Chamber Concert: Between Theater And The Home 6:30 p.m. Pre-concert Talk TBA 7:00 p.m. Performance Daedalus Quartet and Guests Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901), String Quartet in E Minor (1873) Maurice Ravel (1875–1937), Sonata for Violin and Cello (1920–22) Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky (1840–93), Sextet for Strings in D Major, Op. 70, “Souvenir de Florence” (1890–92) Mon 7/16 The Moiseiwitsch Recital Series: The Roots Of Virtuosity Wölffer Estate Vineyards, Sagaponack, New York Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved), AARP free 8:00 p.m. Performance Simone Dinnerstein, piano Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750), Goldberg Variations, BMV988 (1741) Thurs 7/19 – Sun 7/22 : Weekend Two: The Music of Prague “When I seek another word for mystery, the only word I can find is Prague. She is dark and melancholy as a comet; her beauty is like the sensation of fire, winding and slanted as the anamorphoses of the Mannerists, with a lugubrious aura of decay, a smirk of eternal disillusionment. . . . The antiquary coquetry with which she pretends to be nothing more than a still life, a silent succession of glories long since past, a dead landscape in a glass ball, only increases her sorcery. She slyly works her way into the soul with spells and enigmas to which she alone holds the key.” —Angelo Maria Ripellino, Magica Praha Thurs 7/19 Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved), Seniors free Southampton Cultural Center, Southampton New York The Moiseiwitsch Recital Series: Modernism And Nationalism 7:30 p.m. Preconcert Talk Christopher H. Gibbs 8:00 p.m. Performance Melvin Chen, piano, and Guest Works by Smetana, Novak, and others Fri 7/20 Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved) Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, New York The Czech Revival At The Fin De Siécle 7:30 p.m. Preconcert Talk Michael Beckerman 8:00 p.m. Performance Claremont Trio and Guests Zdenek Fibich (1850–1900), Quintet in D Major, Op. 42 (1893) Vitezslav Novak (1870–1949), Piano Trio in D Minor, Op. 27, “Quasi una ballata” (1902) Antonin Dvorak (1841–1904), String Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 97 (1893) Sat 7/21 Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved) East Hampton Studios, Wainscott From Mozart To Martinu

7:00 p.m. Pre-concert Talk Leon Botstein 8:00 p.m. Performance Erica Kiesewetter, violin; Robert Martin, cello; Blair McMillen, piano; American Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leon Botstein, music director Josef Suk (1874–1935), Meditations on the Old Bohemian Chorale “Saint Wenceslas,” Op. 35 (1914) Bedrich Smetana (1824–84), The Bartered Bride Overture (1866–70) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–91), Symphony No. 38 in D Major, K504, “Prague” (1786) Bohuslav Martinu (1890–1959), Concertino, for piano trio and string orchestra, H232 (1933) Antonin Dvorak (1841–1904), Czech Suite, in D Major, Op. 39 (1879) Sun 7/22 Tickets $25 adults, children free Southampton Cultural Center, Southampton Family Concert: Carrying On The Tradition 11:00 a.m. Performance Dmitry Rachmanov, piano, and Guests Works by Tchaikovsky, Grieg, and others TBA Sun 7/22 Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved), Seniors free Southampton Cultural Center, Southampton The Moiseiwitsch Recital Series FROM MUSIC OF FANTASY TO MODERNISM 3:30 p.m. Preconcert Talk Michael Beckerman 4:00 p.m. Performance Michael Abramovich, piano Leos Janacek (1854–1928) From On the Overgrown Path (1900–11) Other Works TBA Sun 7/22 Tickets $50 (reserved), $35 (unreserved); Post-concert Dessert Reception and Concert: $75 Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor Closing Gala Concert: Music As The Language Of Hope 7:00 p.m. Preconcert Talk Christopher H. Gibbs 8:00 p.m. Performance Chi-yuan Chen, viola; Melvin Chen, piano; Jasmine Lin, violin; Robert Martin, cello; Sharon Roffman, violin Gideon Klein (1919–45), String Trio (1944) Bedrich Smetana (1824–84), String Quartet No. 1 in E Minor, “From my Life” (1876) Antonin Dvorak (1841–1904), Piano Quintet in A Major, Op. 81 (1887) 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 631-7490740 to confirm on the day of the performance. Sun 7/1 Childrens Concert 11:30 am Fri 7/6 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Sat 7/7 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Tues 7/10 Southold Conceert, Southold High School 7:30 pm Fri 7/13 Contemporary Music Concert 7:30 pm Sat 7/14 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Fri 7/20 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Sat 7/21 Benefit Concert featuring Maestros Itzhak Perlman & Patrick Romano, Ross School,

Goodfriend Road, East Hampton 8:00 pm VIP $50 Gen $10 Fri 7/27 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Sat 7/28 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Sun 7/29 Greenport Concert, Greenport High 3:00 pm PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS 2007 329-9115 Pianofest is a summer festival located in the Hamptons which offers exceptionally concentrated study to a small group of pianists selected by audition. The teaching at Pianofest stresses an ethic based on support rather than competition. In addition to emphasizing the solo repertoire, students accompany each other in concertos and explore the duo piano literature. Pianofest also offers an opportunity for pianists to nurture their own friendships, performance opportunities, and contacts with the residents of the community. The Hamptons attract visitors from around the world, while local residents include renowned authors, artists and musicians. Pianofest offers daily lessons and pianists attend the lessons of their colleagues. Also, they participate in weekly public master classes, often televised. Lessons and master classes are conducted by Pianofest's Director, Paul Schenly, and guest artists, such as Yefim Bronfman, Andre Watts, Richard Goode, Anton Nel, Claude Frank, Arie Vardi and Yoheved Kaplinsky, all of whom participated in the past. Many students have appeared in performance on television. Students also perform in private homes and give a Grand Marathon Concert in the Avram Family Theater in Southampton. In 1996, Pianofest released its first compact disc recording, featuring student and faculty artists. Faculty in 2006 will include Arie Vardi, with others to be announced. Many Pianofest participants are engaged to perform at Hampton music festivals and other local venues, such as the Southampton Cultural Center, the Montauk Library, The Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and others. Mondays 7/2 and 7/9 Concert at the Levitas Center for the Arts, Southampton Cultural Center, 2 Pond Lane Southampton 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sat 7/7 Benefit Event – Garden Party & Concert Madoo Conservancy Gardens 618 Sagg Main Street Sagaponack 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $75 per person. Reservations recommended. Mondays, 7/16, 23, 30, and 8/6 Concert at the Avram Theater, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway Southampton 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Wed 7/25 Concert at the Brookhaven National Laboratory 12:00 pm Thurs 7/28 Concert at the East Hampton High School 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm All Monday tickets $10 per person at the door only. Students free. All Concerts are followed by reception to meet the artists. BRIDGEHAMPTON CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL (212) 741-9073 OR 631 – 537-6368 (starting 7/18) Tickets available online or by phone and, starting July 18, in the Parish House behind The Presbyterian Church, 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton Wed 7/25 – Sun 8/19 Classical music at its most exciting, up close and personal. Wed 7/25 Outdoor Concert - An Evening of Italian Classics Bridgehampton Historical Society 2368 Montauk Highway 6:30 pm Free Bring friends, family, and a picnic supper for a night of beautiful Italian music under the stars! Seating will also be available in the Festival tent. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. In case of rain, the concert will take place at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church. Sat 7/28 BENEFIT EVENING The Atlantic Golf Club 6:30 pm 537-3507. An evening of beauty and enchantment with Ravel, Debussy and Tchaikovsky Join Benefit Chairmen Suzanne and Robert Cochran for an enchanting evening of fine wines, sumptuous food, and great music. What better way to spend a midsummer’s eve? Revenue from ticket sales only covers a small portion of the cost of producing our Festival. Please support the Festival by becoming a Benefit participant, or by making a contribution in addition to y our ticket order. All contributions will be appreciated and acknowledged in the Festival program. Tickets to the Benefit are available by mail or phone only. Sun 7/29 Music Masters I Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 6:30 pm $30 Paul Schoenfield : Café Music, Debussy: En Bateau, Beau Soir for Flute, Strings, and Harp (arr. Kenji Bunch), Ravel: Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet, and String Quartet, Schubert: Piano Trio No. 1 in B-flat Major, Op. 99 (D. 898) Artists: Marya Martin, Stephen Williamson, Ani Kavafian, Adela Pena, Axel Strauss, Hsin-Yun Huang, Wilhelmina Smith, Peter Wiley, Jeremy Denk, Emmanuel Ceysson

OPERA OF THE HAMPTONS P.O. Box 1614 Southampton 728-8804 We are proud to present Festival 2007- our Sixteenth Season. YOU CAN BE A SPONSOR! For only $250.00, or more, you can be one of the Sponsors of an Opera. PICK YOUR OPERA, MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION And there you are, a Patron of the Arts.With every opera devotee contributing, we really can continue to mount your favorite operas and bring you the finest singers.Join us in this mighty effort. The East End of Long Island will have a reputation for the finest performances possible. Sat 7/21 Giacomo Puccini’s La Boheme, Duck Walk Vineyards On The North Fork 44535 Main Rd Southold 5:30 pm A Poignant, Beautiful Tale of Young Bohemians and Their Lives. Presale $45 Priority & Door $55 Complimentary glass of wine served during intermission. Bring a blanket – picnics are welcome! Please call 631.728.8804 MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 668-2428 Concert on the Green - Every Monday in July 6:30-8:30PM. Bring a chair, blanket, or dinner, and enjoy the evening! Sat 7/7 Friends of the Montauk Library Book Fair - On the Green 10:00am - 3:00pm - Rain Date 7/8 668-3377 for info Sat 7/7 – Sun 7/8 Montauk Historical Society Craft Fair at Second House Museum Rummage Sale – Montauk Community Church Every Saturday in July 9:00am - 12 noon Sat 7/14 – Sun 7/15 28th MBCA Annual Charity Shark Tournament Scholarship Fund - Hosted by Star Island Yacht Club 668-5052 for info Sun 7/15 Montauk Point Lighthouse Sprint Triathlon Montauk Point Lighthouse State Park 1/2 mile swim,14 mile bike race, 3.1 mile run Sat 7/21 A Night at the Light 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Montauk Lighthouse $75 A Celebration of Long Island Wines to benefit the Montauk Lighthouse. Music by Mike Ficco Jazz Quartet. Creative Hors D’Oeuvres catered by Food & Co. Gift Bags, Raffles & Prizes Sat 7/28 Harbor Lights Gala Montauk Lake Club 668-1124 Benefit for the Montauk Playhouse SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-3028 Tuesdays during July (starting July 11) and August, Free Evening Concerts, by the Sag Harbor Community Band, in front of the American Legion Building, Bay Street, 8pm-9pm. Saturdays Sag Harbor Farmer's Market in the parking lot of the Breakwater Yacht Club, located on Bay Street in Sag Harbor. 9am - 12 noon Fri 7/6 Annual House Tour, sponsored by the Friends of the John Jermain Memorial Library, from 11am-4pm. Tickets for sale, $30 per person, in advance at the Library, 210 Main Street in Sag Harbor, and at the Wharf Shop, on Main Street in Sag Harbor. Tickets purchased the day of the Tour will be 35 per person. For more information call 725-0049 or visit http://sagharbor.suffolk.lib.ny.us Sat 7/7 Youth Sailing Regatta & Open House sponsored by the Breakwater Yacht Club. Come watch some of our younger sailors compete in a special regatta, followed by an open house at the Yacht Club, located on Bay Street (Across from American Legion Building), For more information, please call 725-4604 or visit www.breakwateryc.org Sat 7/7 Cormaria Gala to benefit the Cormaria Retreat Center. Join us for an elegant summertime dinner and the best seat in the house to view the Sag Harbor fireworks! Tickets are $250 each and seating is limited. SAVE THE DATE! For more information about Cormaria, please call Sister Ann Marino at 725-4206, or visit www.cormaria.org Sun 7/22 Cemetery Tour: Kids' Search at the Old Burying Ground 1:00 pm A treasure hunt of sorts where children are given a list of items to find in the Old Burying Ground, such as a portrait stone, a table top stone, a Revolutionary War soldier's gravestone, the strangest woman's name, and more! Prizes will be awarded! Meet at the

Old Burying Ground, behind the First Presbyterian (Old Whalers) Church, 44 Union Street in Sag Harbor. Thurs 7/26 Concert: Songs of the Sea and Tales of the Whale at the First Presbyterian (Old Whalers) Church 44 Union Street Sag Harbor 8:00 pm Presenting Chanteyman Don Sineti of the schooner Mystic Whaler, who has vast knowledge of the great whales, and sings songs of whalers and sailors. Sponsored by the Old Whalers Church's Historical Committee. The concert is free, however a free will offering will be accepted, with proceeds to support the Church's Building and Restoration Fund. For more information, please call 7250894. Sat 7/28 Old Fashioned Fish Fry on the lawn of the ECHS Headquarters, in the Sears Catalog House 139 Hampton Street/Route 114 in Sag Harbor An annual favorite presented by the Eastville Community Historical Society. Also featuring an exhibit that chronicles the history of the Pickens Family from Sag Harbor Hills. In 1904, William Pickens was the first African American to earn a Bachelor's Degree, summa cum laud, from Yale Univerity, an event that began a long family history of distinguished community service. Donations of raffle prizes are also greatly appreciated! For more information, call Society President Michael Butler at 725-4270. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 25 Pond Lane, Southampton 287-4377 All events held at the Levitas Center for the Arts unless otherwise noted. Sun 7/22 Summer Concert Series: Nu-Cullers (Motown) @ Coopers Beach 6:30 pm Wed 7/25 Summer Concert Series: NYU Etude/Trio Ensemble (Classical) @ Agawam Park 6:30 pm 16TH HAMPTON’S MODERNISM, DESIGN & ART SHOW Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, 537-0333 Thurs 7/5 Benefit Preview 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm for East End Hospice Fri 7/6 – Sun 7/8 Show Hours: Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 10 am-5 pm A Jean Seinberg Prestige Show 537-0333 www.hamptonsantiques.com antiqueshows@hamptons.com 16TH HAMPTON’S SUMMER ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, 537-0333 Thurs 7/12 Benefit Preview 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm for East End Hospice Fri 7/13 – Sun 7/15 Show Hours: Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 10 am-5 pm A Jean Seinberg Prestige Show 537-0333 www.hamptonsantiques.com antiqueshows@hamptons.com THE ROSS SCHOOL LOWER CAMPUS 739 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton 537-1240 Sat 7/14 7th Annual Box Art Auction & Reception to benefit East End Hospice 4:30 pm, Live Auction starts at 6:00 pm Call 288-7080 for tickets, info & absentee bids ARTISTS ALLIANCE OF EAST HAMPTON 324-2225 Fri 7/6 – Sun 7/15 Artists Alliance Studio Tour Preview Exhibition Ashawagh Hall 780S Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Work from each artist on the studio tour is on exhibition Fri 7/6 Opening Reception Ashawagh Hall 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Thurs 7/12 – Sat 7/14 Artists Alliance Studio Tour - Studios Open 10am to 5pm daily $65 The Tour is an eagerly anticipated highlight of the Hamptons’ art scene and recognized as the best art event of the year. Visit the studios of artists living from Southampton to Shelter Island to East Hampton, meet the artists in their studios, discuss their work and find unique original art available for purchase. The official Studio Tour Map provides a breif description of each artists work and specific driving directions to their studios. You may go for one day or go for all three days on the same ticket. You may select the studios you want to visit and visit them in any order that is convenient for you. Fri 7/13 Sizzling Salsa! A Festive Mid-Tour Cocktail Party Ashawagh Hall 5:30pm - 8:00pm $45 A highlight of the week’s activities will be the Sizzling Salsa! Party, exclusively for artists and patrons . The Latin beat of Mambo Loco will heat up the evening to benefit the Artists Alliance of East Hampton. The sunset affair includes Tapas-style hors d'ouevres,

complimentary cocktail and a special performance of a new work by Pat Oleszko, a ribald performance artist whose work charms as it disarms using satire, subversion and unabashed silliness. She has worked from the popular artforms of the street, party, parade and burlesque house, to the Museum of Modern Art, Ms, Playboy, and Artforum. Pat will perform a new piece at the Sizzling Salsa MidTour Party. Quick Portraits by Artists Alliance member Lynn Matsuoka will be available throughout the evening for donations to the Artists Alliance. Sun 7/15 The Parrish Art Museum Special Curators Talk 2:00 pm Join us for an in-depth discussion about The Studio as Muse with The Parrish Art Museum's curator Alicia Longwell. Sunday at 2pm. Your Studio Tour Ticket is good for admission to The Parrish Art Museum from July 15 to July 22. Studio Tour Tickets $65, Sizzling Salsa! Party Ticket $45, or get both for $100 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! THE FIFTH ANNUAL CANTOR FITZGERALD RELIEF FUND WHITE PARTY CLAMBAKE IN MEMORY OF GARY LUTNICK Please call for tickets 212-829-4770 or email info@cantorrelief.org Sat 7/21 Silent Auctions & Raffles, Lobsters: catering by Clamman-Appetizers by Prime 103, Live Music: Christine Gordon and The Rolling Bones, Indian Wells Beach Amagansett 7:00-11:00pm Rain date 7/22/2007 after party at Prime 103 Tickets $250.00. 100% of the evening's proceeds will be donated to the injured members of the Armed Forces at the National Naval Medical Center at Bethesda & Walter Reed Army Medical Center & their families. BRIDGEHAMPTON POLO CLUB Two Trees Stables 849 Hayground Road Bridgehampton 537-3881 Sat 7/21 – Sat 9/1 Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge 4:00 pm Rain dates are Sundays at 2pm. 212-4211367. You can enjoy a polo match played by some of the greatest athletes in the world right from the sidelines! Just bring a blanket or beach chair and a picnic basket full of your favorite food and drinks. Tailgating is definitely allowed and runs the gamut. General Admission parking fee $20.00 per car (donated to the South Fork Breast Health Coalition). If you are more interested in celebrity spotting and cocktail sipping than actually watching the match, very limited tickets for the VIP lounge may also be available through the Mill House Inn concierge!! VIP Admission: Opening Day-7/21 & Closing Day-8/25 $650.00 plus tax. All other days are $250.00 plus tax. Advance Reservations required for the VIP lounge. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 Wednesdays “Free Outdoor Concerts” 6:30pm (Rain date Thursdays) at Agawam Park The Southampton Cultural Center Pond Lane Southampton 287-4377 Check calendar for Cooper’s Beach dates Sun 7/1 “8K Run” 8:30am registration. Agawam Park, Southampton Village. 631-283-6875. Sponsored by The Southampton Rotary. Wed 7/4 “Fourth of July Parade” 10:00am. Railroad Plaza, Main Street to Monument Sq. Southampton Village. Sponsored by Commission on Veteran’s Patriotic Events. 631-283-1623. Sat 7/14 “Shinnecock Summer Festival & Lobster Bake” 1-6pm. Montauk Highway (Route 27A) and West Gate Road on the Shinnecock Reservation, Southampton. 631-287-4923. Sat 7/14 “Preview Opening of Hampton Designer Showhouse” 6-8:30pm. Cocktail Party & preview of the Showhouse. Sponsored by House and Garden Magazine to benefit Southampton Hospital. 631745-0004. Designer Showhouse will be open daily 11-5pm through August. Sat 7/15 – Fri/8/31 “Hampton Designer Showhouse” 11-5pm. Sponsored by House and Garden Magazine to benefit Southampton Hospital. 631-745-0004. SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting

House Lane (631) 283-2494 Museum hours Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun 7/8 Historic Walking Tour: The Private Garden of an 1870 Cottage 11:00 am to 12:00 pm $10 for adults, free for members and children 17 and under Landscape Architect Brian Mahoney will give a talk titled “The Private Garden of an 1870 Cottage.” The tour begins at 11:00 a.m. at 268 Hill Street in Southampton. Tickets for the walking tour are $10 for adults, free for members and children 17 and under. For more information please call the museum at (631) 283-2494. Sun 7/22 Architectural Walking Tours “Tour a 1960s Ocean Cottage” 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. $10 for adults, free for members and children 17 and under Architect Fred Stelle, A.I.A., will give a talk about the development and history of this retro home in Southampton. Meet at 980 Meadow Lane, park on the street. For more information please call the museum at (631) 283-2494. Wed 7/25 Garden Talks “A Newly Renovated Garden” 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm $10 for members, $15 for non-members View a work in progress that was replanted after the house was rebuilt. At 3:45 p.m. meet in the parking lot of the Presbyterian Church across from the museum. Please call the museum for directions (631) 283-2494. Sat 7/28 “Community Festival with Traditional Shinnecock Music, Song and Dance” The Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main Street, Southampton 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Free admission Southampton’s first pioneering families were members of the ancient Shinnecock Nation. Scientists say they came to Long Island hunting caribou but oral tradition says they are the human children of a goddess who descended from the sky. This festival celebrates the opening of a new long-term exhibit titled “We’re Still Here! Evolution of the Shinnecock Nation, Past & Present.” Traditional performances, food and music will be supplied by the Shinnecock Reservation on the lawn of one of the first white settler’s who came to Southampton in 1640. Sat 7/28 “Curator’s Talk: The Squiretown Circle by Marc Fascenella” 5:30 pm $10 suggested donation Marc Fasanella will talk about a group of artists who lived and worked in Hampton Bays, between the 1940s and 1970s. They shared a passion for art, progressive politics and often gathered for drinksa with discussions that ran long into the night. They became known as the Squiretown Circle. THE VIKING FLEET MONTAUK 668-5700 FULL DAY PORGY FISHING: Beginning July 1st. Departs DAILY from Montauk at 5am-12noon. The fare is $60 per adult, $30 for kids 5-12 y/o. Under 5 y/o are FREE. The bait is provided free of charge. HALF DAY FLUKE FISHING: Departs DAILY at 8am-12noon and 1pm-5pm. The fare is $36 per adult, $18 for kids 5-12 y/o. Under 5 y/o are FREE. The Bait and Tackle is provided free of charge. NIGHT STRIPED BASS: Departs Tuesday through Sat at 7pm and returns at 1am. The fare is $75 per person. Live eels are provided free of charge. Reservations are strongly recommended! THE LENZ WINERY RT 25, Peconic 800-974-9899 Sat 7/7 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm The 18th Annual Chardonnay World Classic Lenz Subscribers: $35 General Public $50 Celebrate Chardonnay under the tent in the beautiful courtyard of The Lenz Winery. Taste Chardonnays from all of the major wine regions of the world including Long Island, California, France, Australia, and many more. In addition to the myriad of chardonnays available to taste, the evening also includes a complimentary Raw Bar from The Wainscott Seafood Shop and Artisanal Cheeses from The Village Cheese Shop. Every year, this unique winery event attracts wine enthusiasts from the tri-state area and abroad. Begin the summer season by spending the evening at Lenz. We've got a glass of chardonnay waiting for you. In fact, the etched crystal glass is yours to keep! CHANNING DAUGHTER WINERY 1927 Scuttlehole Road Bridgehampton, NY 537-7224 Thurs 7/5 6:00 – 8:00 pm Tasting Class: The Wines of Chablis (Burgundy) $75 per person. Admission by advance ticket purchase only. WÖLFFER VINEYARD 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Sat 7/14 A Year in the Life of a Vineyard: Photo Landscape Portraits by Bob Tabor 7:30 pm -10:00 pm

Inspired by the natural beauty and light of Wölffer Estate, Bob Tabor spent a year photographing the seasons of the vineyard. Bob’s photos capture a moment in time when simple subject matter is illuminated in the most dramatic way. For information: 631 537-5106 ext. 20 Sat 7/21 5:00pm – 8:00pm Chefs & Champagne Reception and Silent Auction (Entrance just North of Vineyard) Member $200.00, Guest $275.00 For reservations: 212 627-2308 Chefs & Champagne is the James Beard Foundation’s annual summer gala. The event is a lavish tasting party featuring Champagne Charles Heidsieck, wines of Wölffer Estate Vineyard and culinary offerings from a select group of over 30 fine chefs from New York City and beyond. Sat 7/27 7:30pm – 9:00pm Vertical Pinot Noir Tasting $80.00 / $65.00 Wine Club Members, A Special opportunity for Burgundy lovers! Join Winemaker, Roman Roth for a tasting of the most challenging grape variety of all. Follow the history of the Estate with the great vintages of Pinot Noir 1993 thru 2005. Learn the nuances of the different vintages and the challenges of producing this finicky and unpredictable grape that results in one of the most complex and interesting wines in the world. Artisanal cheese and crackers will be served. LOAVES AND FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Hwy Bridgehampton 537-6066 Every Saturday, we host in our store a free cooking demo open to the public by one of our teaching staff or a local chef. The demos feature instruction on many of our Viking appliances and offer samples of the delicious food prepared. Come and have your cooking questions answered by our experts while tasting some of the best food around. Sat 7/14 In Store Guest Chef Cooking Demo with Damien O’Donnel, Chef of the Harbor Bistro, 3 Mile Harbor East Hampton 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Sat 7/21 Book Signing & Cooking emo with James Vilas, James Beard Foundation Award Winner & Author of “The Glory of Southern Cooking” 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Sun 7/22 Book Signing and Cooking Demo w/Nancy Harmon Jenkins, author of “Cucina del Sol” 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Sat 7/28 Book Signing & Cooking Demo with David Shalleck, author of “Metiterranean Summer” 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Cooking Classes at the Bridgehampton Inn 2266 Main Street Bridgehampton 537-3660, to register call 537-3586 Loaves and Fishes Cookshop is pleased to present a wide variety of cooking classes held at the historic Bridgehampton Inn on the corner of Main St. and Butter Lane. Our instructors represent a broad cross section of well known local and celebrity chefs skilled in many different cuisines and techniques. Our full-participation classes contain a maximum of 8 to allow the instructors to give each student the individual attention they need for proficiency. Sat 7/14 Culinary Basics: Barbeque 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Tues 7/17 Girls Night in the Hamptons: Hawaiian Holiday 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Wed 7/18 Laoytian Thai Noodle SOLD OUT Thurs 7/19 Wine & Food Tasting 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Sun 7/22 The Herb Garden 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Sponsered by Marders Tues 7/24 Postcards from Tuscany 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Thurs 7/26 A Taste of Tequila 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Fri 7/29 Romance in Morocco 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Sat 7/28 Loaves & Fishes Summer Salads 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Tues 7/31 Culinary Basics: Barbeque 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm THE EASTERN LONG ISLAND YACHTING ASSOCIATION (ELIYA) Joan Worthing 287-3205 The Eastern Long Island Yachting Association is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1981 by a group of dedicated local sailors with a mission to promote sailing on Eastern Long Island waters as well as regional, national, and international amateur sailing activities and competitions. Sun 7/8 37th Annual World's Longest Sunfish Race, Around Shelter Island The Juicy Nam 27a Race Lane Easthampton 917-379-6306 Fri 7/20 - Fri 7/27 Summer Yogi Cleanse in Easthampton

Join us for this wonderful opportunity to begin the summer season with a journey of awareness. These seven days will provide a framework for healthier living, and create a greater level of self awareness. THE YOGI'S CLEANSE is designed to restore your inner health, strengthen your immune system, encourage a pattern of healthier living and eating, and create a more balanced life, while being supported by experienced practitioners who are dedicated to your well being. ~This is a great way to detox for first timers as well as seasoned veterans, in a supported environment with every detail. We will be meeting daily at The Juicy Naam, Easthampton for morning yoga and to pick up your juices, herbs and foods for the day, or come throughout the day to enjoy your nourishment here or take it to the beach. The cost is $1,050 which includes daily yoga, daily evening meditation, all the herbs and supplements, herbal baths, body brushes and supplies, foods, juices, and teas, and one on one support throughout the week. Body work and other services are additional and can be scheduled with our hand selected practitioners 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 self-directed 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 Thurs 7/12 Autism Every Day – Complimentary Screening (Rain date Fri 7/20) AUTISM EVERY DAY takes you inside the lives of families struggling to raise children with autism. It is a gritty, truthful portrayal of the 24-hour-a-day challenges faced by families as they confront the heartbreak of autism with uncompromising hope and unconditional love. The Children's Museum of the East End and Autism Speaks invite you to an exclusive screening of this eye opening documentary.Reception - 7:00 p.m. Film - 8:30 p.m. Q & A - 9:15 p.m. Hamptons casual attire, flat shoes recommended. Seating is limited, please call CMEE at (631) 537-8250 by Friday, June 29. Fri 7/13 The 8th Annual CMEE Under the Stars Benefit 6:30 pm Hosted by Donny Deutsch of CNBC's "The Big Idea"with generous support from Asparagus Beach. Cocktails, Dinner, Auction, Dancing. Music by Doug Winter's Best Kept Secret. Tabletop decor by Katie Brown Workshop. At Channing Daughters Winery 1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton. Festive Dress! You can still make an early reservation for benefit tickets call CMEE at (631) 5378250 Wed 7/18 - Whirligig Wednesdays! Dirty Sock Fun Time Band. Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE every Wednesday for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. Wed 7/25 - Whirligig Wednesdays! Who is Natalie Spoo? Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE every Wednesday for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center (SoFo) is the only state-of-the-art natural history museum on the South Fork of Long Island. A visit provides a day of fun, exploration, and discovery for children and adults. The museum brings nature indoors, and a walk through the museum is like taking an interpretive nature hike. On the upper floor visitors investigate the hands-

on, interactive exhibits about the land and sea of the South Fork of Long Island by opening drawers and cabinets, looking into peepholes, investigating what lies under logs, listening to animal sounds and even sniffing the air to learn about the animals of the South Fork.In the lower exhibit area visitors have up-close and personal experiences with some of our native salt and fresh water fish, salamanders, turtles, and frogs. They can even reach into the museum’s marine touch tank and hold some of our native marine animals, collected from the nearby Atlantic Ocean and bays. The museum also offers special weekend nature walks, talks and workshops for children and adults. The South Fork Natural History Museum is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except for major holidays. Admission is free for museum members; non-members are charged $7 for adults, $5 for children 3 to 12 years of age. Children 2 and under are admitted free of charge. Sun 7/8 Native Fern Identification Walk 8:00 am Montauk Walk Leader: Jim Ash. On this walk, with SoFo’s Executive Director Jim Ash, find just the right places to locate our native ferns and learn how to identify them by their shape, structure, and the character of their leaves, leaflets, subleaflets, lobes, and stalks. Sat 7/14 The Hidden World of Ponds: For Children 8 years and older 10:00 am Bridgehampton Walk Leader: Crystal Possehl. Fish, frogs, and lily pads are the first things that come to mind when someone mentions the word pond. Many more organisms make the pond their home, such as insects, worms, and single-celled plants and animals. Join Crystal as she examines these hidden pond residents and the world they live in. Sat 7/21 Celebrating the Magic of Moths 8:00 pm @ the South Fork Natural History Museum, Reservations are Necessary Special Program with Wine and Cheese Reception. The large-scale digital art of Joseph Scheer, with a talk by the artist. Join us for a presentation and talk by Joseph Scheer, internationally acclaimed artist and author of Night Visions: the Secret Designs of Moth and Night Flyers. Sheer will show his extraordinarily beautiful --- 3 foot x 4 foot --- archival prints of moths created with the use of digital scanning technology. These striking, color-saturated prints reveal the tapestries of hue, texture, and detail that the naked eye could never discern. Joseph Scheer is Professor of Print Media and Co-Director/Founder of the Institute for Electronic Arts at Alfred University. His work has been written about in numerous publications including: National Geographic, The New York Times, Art News, Science, and Nature. Following Mr. Sheer’s presentation, Dr. Hugh McGuinness, whose professional research involves monitoring moth populations in various habitats on Long Island, will take us out into the field behind the museum to set up lights and other attractants that will draw in moths for examination and study. Sat 7/28 Dragonflies: Their Remarkable Life Histories and Behavior10:00 am Bridgehampton Walk Leader: Jim Ash. Amazing aerialists, dragonflies are among the most beautiful and spectacular insects flying today. They are also among the most ancient of living creatures. On this walk, discover the incredible varieties of these beneficial insects and the lives they lead. ESTIA CANTINA 77 Main Street, Amagansett 267-6320 Live Jazz – Tues & Wed 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm. Wednesday’s Early Show broadcast live on WLIU 88.3FM and WCWP 88.1FM Seats are $25 if purchased in advance and $35 at the door Tues 7/3 & Wed 7/4 & Every Thursday Mambo Loco (Room to Dance! Do you Mambo?) 8:00 pm Creative, spirited, lively-up-yourself energy comes from the one and only Bill smith, a pianist and composer from the east end of Long Island. A graduate of Berklee, in Boston, Bill studied with Gary Burton, Bily Pierce and Alan Dawson and developed his distinctive jazz sound. Back to NY he began playing with RCA artist Gil Parris at the 55 Bar and other haunts. He cut the album The Syndicate of Soul with Dr. John, Hiram Bullock, and Will Calhoun. Bills Carribbean adventure began when he joined The SKATALITES. He toured with the original band backing up Bob Marley and the original Wailers. With his unique blend of reggae, ska, latin, and jazz he played along side Monty Alexander, Toots Hibbert of the Maytals, Ernest Ranglin, Lester Bowie, STEVE TURRE, and David Murray. Tues 7/10 & Wed 7/11 The New Orleans Society Orchestra 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm The New Orleans Society Orchestra is led by Bob Greene on piano featuring John Bucker on clarinet, Bob Barta on tenor guitar, and Dennis Raffelock on bass. After a long career as a writer and musician, Bob Greene retired to Amagansett but has returned to the music world to play in a trio with two other long time musicians. After stealing the show at the 1969 New Orleans Jazz Festival with two Jelly Roll Morton piano solos, Greene recreated Jelly Roll Morton’s 1928 band with some of the same musicians. The result was a decade of world tours, recordings and popular and critical acclaim. Andy Aledort is Senior Editor of the world’s best selling guitar magazine, GUITAR WORLD, author of over 200 instructional and transcription books and producer of instructional videos. He has

appeared as a sideman with both rock and jazz legends and fronts his own ensemble, Andy Aledort & the Groove Kings. John Bucher has been playing jazz cornet in the New York area for over 50 years. For nearly 25 years he played every Monday at Michael’s Pub in NYC with Woody Allen’s New Orleans Orchestra. In the 70’s he performed and recorded with his own band. Over the years he has played and recorded with numerous jazz luminaries. Tues 7/17 & Wed 7/18 Chuk Fowler 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm Fowler's extensive musical career has taken him on tours throughout France, England, Spain, Germany, Italy, as well as Japan and the United States. Mr. Fowler's experience as an educator parallels his artistry as a performer. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music EWilliamducation at Queens College, New York City, he was awarded a Noble Fellowship with which he earned a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts from St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He served as Director of Special Programs for the Third Street Music Settlement of New York as well as Director of the Henry Street Settlement Music School where he supervised administration, staff and curriculum development. As an educator/administrator for the New York City School System for over twenty-five years, Mr. Fowler teaches students about the development of life skills and Ethics through Music. While he regularly performs with his ensemble, Mr. Fowler also facilitates self-discovery workshops for adolescents and adults entitled, "Author Your Life: A Window to Personal Power Through Creativity" and "Mediation: A Practical Approach". In summing up his vision, Mr. Fowler states, "Aligned with the advent of the New Millennium, it is auspicious for human kind to advance harmoniously, wherein the dissonance of man-created barriers are dissolved." Tues 7/24 & Wed 7/25 Tuesday and Wednesday, July 24 and 25: Iris Ornig Quartet Her original compositions have been captivating and enchanting audiences in NYC since 2003. The band performs Ms. Ornig’s original compositions, which are a mix of contemporary straight ahead jazz, swing and Latin rhythms that, “speak to the heart and soul of the listener.” Tues 7/31 & Wed 8/1 Ola Onabule OLA ONABULE is considered one of the finest soul singer/songwriters of his generation and above of all one of the most compelling performers to come out of the UK. Ola became an independent artist after a short spell with Elektra Records whereupon he began his own label, Rugged Ram Records and has gone on to release five albums with a sixth on its way. In September 2007, Ola will release his sixth studio album THE DEVOURED MAN. A collection of 12 powerfully, introspective songs that weave incisive lyrics around captivating melodies. Ola will begin a national tour which will take in dates in The US and four major festivals in Germany and Switzerland. THE DEVOURED MAN is the feature song which talks about the corruptibility of men who come to power with ideals and dreams fortheir people and their apparent moral collapse when power is seized. What happens to Leaders and people in power who compromisethose around them for individualgain and profit...? THE PUBLICK HOUSE 40 Bowden Square, Southampton 631- 283-2800 Fri 7/6 Project Vibe in the Taproom. 10:30pm Wed 7/11 SPH presents Mactalla Mor at Agawam Park, Southampton. Thu 7/12 Meet our Brewmaster Phil Markowski at Eli Cannon's in Middletown CT for a taste of SPH. Eli Cannon's Tap Room is at 695 Main Street, Middletown. Call 860-347-ELIS for times. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Sun. 7/1 Dave Wakeling and the English Beat 8:00 pm $50 all tickets (soul, reggae, pop and punk from the late 70's early 80's), 10:30PM - The Majestic Band - $10 Mon 7/2 Badfish/Sublime Tribute Band 8:00 pm $35 all tickets, Mystic Bowie 10:30PM $20 Tues 7/3 Steve Forbert & The Soundbenders 8:00 pm $45/$30, Winston Irie - 10PM $10 Wed 7/4 Anne Morgan Band 10:00 pm $20 Thurs 7/5 The Blue Jackets 8:00 pm $10 Giving Tree - 10:30 pm $20 Fri 7/6 The Kin - 8PM $10, 9PM - Niki Jean - $10, The Nancy Atlas Project 10:00 pm $20 Sat 7/7 Citizen Cope 8:00 pm $95 VIP/$80 Gen Second Step 10:00 pm $25 Sun 7/8 Yellowman - Great Reggae - $40 all tickets, Inner Roots - 10:30PM $10 (reggae) Mon 7/9 - Nawal - 8PM $10 Wed 7/11 Gin Blossoms - 8PM $95/80, 10PM - Karaoke with Harry - $5 Thurs 7/12 Michelle Shocked - - 8:00 pm - $55 VIP/ $40 Gen, Second Shift 10:00 pm $10 Fri 7/13 The Radiators 8:00 pm $80 All tickets Booga Sugar 10:30 pm $20

Sat 7/14 – 8:00 pm Trousers $10 "a sophisticated mix of riff-driven, lyrically intense rock'n'roll. With a singer-songwriter's sensibility as their starting point, they display the genre-hopping confidence (and considerable musical influence) of a Some Girls-era Rolling Stones. Something in the way they fearlessly experiment with different styles, yet find a way to stamp them with their own consistent sound...'Booga Sugar - 10:30PM $25 Sun 7/15 New York Dolls 8:00 pm $115VIP/$100 Gen. Mon 7/16 The Subdudes 8:00 pm $70/55 Tues 7/17 Arrested Development 8:00 pm $40 all tickets, Yah Supreme and Brohemian- 10PM $10 Wed 7/18 The Drive By Truckers 8:00 pm $65 VIP/$50 Gen., Slick Rick l0:30pm, $55 all tickets Thurs 7/19 Marty Stuart 8:00 pm $60 VIP/$45 Gen, Chris Kline - 10PM $10 Fri 7/20 Richie Havens 8:00 pm $65/50, Hot Lava - 10:30PM $15 Sat 7/21 "Marc Broussard's Soul Revue Featuring Shannon McNally" 8:00 pm $90VIP/$75 Gen, Giving Tree - 10PM $25 Benefit for the Wounded Warrior Project Sun 7/22 Leon Russell 8:00 pm $70 VIP/$55 Gen Mon 7/23 Leon Russell 8:00 pm $70 VIP/$55 Gen Tues 7/24 Dan Aslin - 8PM $10, 10PM - Jet Jaguar - $10 Wed 7/25 Yonder Mountain String Band 8:00 pm $75 all tickets, 10PM - Karaoke with Harry - $5 Thurs. 7/26 Nancy Atlas Acoustic 8:00 pmM $15, 10:00 pm Johnny Volume $10 Fri 7/27 THE NEVILLE BROTHERS - A Benefit for the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center8PM $1000 (includes Private cocktail party, Private Cajun Dinner at Sylvesters, stage front seating at concert) $500 (includes Private Cocktail Party, Cajun Buffet at The Stephen Talkhouse, Preferred Dance Floor seating at the Stephen Talkhouse) $250 (Cajun Buffet at the Stephen Talkhouse) Call 631-324-5560 to buy tickets, Little Head Thinks - 10PM $20 Sat 7/28 Raul Malo 8:00 pm $65 VIP/50, Winston Irie 10:00 pm $25 Sun 8/29 OLD 97's 8:00 pm $65 VIP/ $50 GEN, Project Vibe - 10:30PM $10 (reggae) Mon 7/30 - Ari Hest - 8PM $15 Tues 7/31 - The Secret Resistance - 10PM $10

August GUILD HALL 158 Main Street East Hampton 324-0806 7/20 – 8/24 Theater Evenings: A Moveable Feast Cocktail Reception only $100, Cocktail Party and Choice of Dinner: $400 Private dinners with celebrity actors / directors Cocktails at an ocean front estate Private dinners with actors to follow. Call Development Department 631 324-0806 Buy a ticket to a dinner and receive complimentary admission to the cocktail party on Friday, July 20th at Dina Merrill and Ted Hartley's home. First come, first served basis. Address and directions provided upon reservation. For further information, contact Sherry Petersen at 631 324-0806 or assistant@guildhall.org Kick-Off Party 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Fri 7/20 Cocktail Reception only: $100 Cocktail Party at the East Hampton home of Dina Merrill and Ted Hartley with a roster of the fabulous and the famous from the wonderful world of performing arts. Leila and Mickey Straus with Robert Wilson Fri 8/2 7:00 pm Laurel Cutler and Ted Israel with Joe Pintauro Sat 8/11 8:00 pm Patti Kenner with Tovah Feldshuh Fri 8/24 8:00 pm Sat 8/4 61st Annual Clothesline Art Sale 9am - 4pm Rain or Shine Sun 8/5 American Musical Theatre Salutes: Heart to Heart - The Warmth and Wit of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart 7:30pm @ East Hampton Studios, Wainscott $50/$45 Members KT Sullivan and Eric Michael Gillett join Musical Director James Followell to bring the bright and breezy golden age of Musical Comedy to life again.

Fri 8/10 Annual Summer Gala: Billy Sullivan Exhibition Preview Tickets: $1200 - $2500 6:00 pm: Cocktails at Guild Hall 7:30 pm: Dinner at Mulford Farm Live Auction and Dancing to the Peter Duchin Orchestra. Ticket Prices: Young Patrons $250; $1200 Patron, $1500 Benefactor, $2500 Sponsor. Tables: $12,000 Patron Table, $15,000 Benefactor Table and $25,000 Sponsor Table. Call Development Department at 631 324-0806 x 13 Sat 8/11 Billy Sullivan Exhibition Museum Public Opening and Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free Billy Sullivan, known for his subjective portraits of family and friends, was included in the 2006 Whitney Biennial in which his work received critical acclaim by a number of critics. The exhibition will include paintings, drawings, photography and a multimedia installation. Exhibition on view through October 21 Tues 8/14 – Sat 9/1 Picasso at the Lapin Agile - A Play by Steve Martin 8:00 pm @ East Hampton Studios, Wainscott $30/$28 Members The Season Headliner – A Comedy by Steve Martin - This hilarious off Broadway hit comes to East Hampton Studios in a very special production Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso are in a Parisian Café in 1904, just before the renowned scientist transformed physics with his theory of relativity and the celebrated painter set the art afire with cubism. In his first comedy for the stage, Steve Martin plays fast and furious with infectious dizziness and loose with fact, fame and fortune as their two geniuses muse with infectious dizziness on the 20th century's prospects and achievements. "Very Good fun" NY Times "A Major treat" Newsday. "Martin's poker-faced - and very funny - riff of the birth of the modern century." New York Magazine Sat 8/18 Special Hamptons Dance Peformance by Jennifer Muller - The Works 5:00 pm Home of The Works @ Board Member Rory Riggs’ Estate on Further Lane Tickets: $100 VIP (Performance and VIP Reception with Company) $30 (Performance Only) The contemporary dance company weaves dance, theater and visual arts together. Program offers company classic "Bounce" (excerpt), the recent premier Edge and special preview of Aria-work in progress. The New York Times raves," tour de force" Sun 8/19 A Reading of Oleanna by David Mamet @ East Hampton Studios. General Admission $20/Members $18. 8:00 pm In Act I, one man and one woman are locked in an office where, depending on one's point of view, an act of sexual harassment does or does not occur. In Act II, the antagonists, a middle-aged university professor and an undergraduate student, return to the scene of the alleged crime to try to settle their case without benefit of counsel, surrogates or, at times, common sense. Fri 8/24 & Sat 8/25 The Garden as Art - Fair and Tour Tickets @ $100, $250 and $500 A Garden Excursion hosted by Martha Stewart that offers a special opportunity to see some of the finest private gardens in the Hamptons. Exclusive cocktail party- Friday August 24- Further Lane Oceanfront Estate Patron Tickets: $250; Benefactor: $500 Sat 8/25 10:30 am Lecture by Dan Hinkley, founder of Heronswood Nursey, plant explorer, collector and consultant and author. Introduced by Martha Stewart. East Hampton Studios. 12 pm- 5 pm Garden Tour- Garden Lovers Ticket:$125/$100 GH Members Sun 8/26 American Musical Theatre Salutes: Berlin in Hollywood 7:30pm East Hampton Studios Wainscott $50/45 Members When Berlin went to Hollywood in the 1930s, he soon had everyone singing songs like "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm". Melissa Errico and George Dvorsky will set the stage for an evening of tuneful Hollywood memories. THE BAY STREET THEATRE CLASSES Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Saturdays - Playwriting Workshop with William Burford $125 per 4 week session (Through October 2007) 10am - 1pm Playwrights hear their scripts read, followed by supportive discussion from other active writers under the guidance of director, writer and Bay Street General Manager William Burford. Bill is the General Manager of Bay Street Theater. He has directed over 60 productions across the U.S., specializing in new works, and has produced many more. He is a panelist on the New York State Council for the Arts. Bill has taught theatre, interdisciplinary arts and creative process. Many in this group are seasoned playwrights, some new to the craft. Newcomers are encouraged to sit in a first session without cost. All participants are expected to present current work. Participants sign up for four sessions at a time. Please call Bill Burford at 631-725-0818 ext. 104 for additional information. Saturdays 6/30 – 8/11 Scene Study & Acting Technique with Stephen Hamilton 10am - 1pm $450 Maximum enrollment 16 students; age 18 and up. Admission is by interview only. Please call 631-7250818, ext. 101 to arrange an interview.

A rare opportunity to take a professional acting class with Bay Street Theatre’s Co-Founder and Executive Director, Steve Hamilton. The class will explore the central elements of the actor’s craft through work on scenes from classic and contemporary plays. The emphasis will be on performance work that is authentic, specific and courageous. Prior to co-founding Bay Street in 1992, STEPHEN HAMILTON performed extensively Off-Broadway and in regional theatre, including Lincoln Center Theatre, Circle in the Square, Soho Rep, The Actor’s Studio, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Capitol Rep, Alliance Theatre of Atlanta, and the Arizona Theatre Company, among others. Mr. Hamilton’s directing credits include Bay Street’s World Premiere of Gross Points starring Alec Baldwin, as well as Quack Theatrics’ production of Martin McDonagh’s The Lonesome West at the Stephen Talkhouse and Yasmina Reza’s Art at the John Drew Theatre in East Hampton. A long time member of Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, Steve served as a faculty member there and has been teaching acting for almost 20 years. He offers private coaching for actors in his studio in Sag Harbor. For more information visit www.stephen-hamilton.com Mon 8/13 – Fri 8/17 STAND UP & SING! A Week-long Singing Workshop for Young People and Adults A one week singing workshop with Broadway veteran Anne Runolfsson! Students will learn a variety of songs from many different genres in a nurturing environment, to become familiar with their own unique vocal instrument. Elementary Group (Ages 7 - 12) 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Fee: $200 (includes materials) High Schoolers (Ages 13 - 18) 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Fee: $300 (includes materials) Adults 10:00 am - 11:30 am Fee: $300 (includes materials) Sat 8/18 Audition Excellence - How to Win the Part (or at Least the Respect of the Casting Director) 10am - 1pm $295 Please call 631-725-0818 to register. An exclusive audition technique class with two of Bay Street Theatre’s Co-Founders, Executive Director, Steve Hamilton and Director of Education, Emma Walton. The class will explore all aspects of the audition process, and provide information on casting directors, open calls, agents, unions, resumes & headshots, and the audition process itself. Participants will have the chance to have their own headshot and resume evaluated, as well as to work on cold reading and audition techniques. At the conclusion of the seminar, all participants will receive a list of recommended resources for further study and reference. Prior to co-founding Bay Street in 1992, STEPHEN HAMILTON performed extensively Off-Broadway and in regional theatre, including Lincoln Center Theatre, Circle in the Square, Soho Rep, The Actor’s Studio, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Capitol Rep, Alliance Theatre of Atlanta, and the Arizona Theatre Company, among others. Mr. Hamilton’s directing credits include Bay Street’s World Premiere of Gross Points starring Alec Baldwin, as well as Quack Theatrics’ production of Martin McDonagh’s The Lonesome West at the Stephen Talkhouse and Yasmina Reza’s Art at the John Drew Theatre in East Hampton. A long time member of Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York, Steve served as a faculty member there and has been teaching acting for almost 20 years. He offers private coaching for actors in his studio in Sag Harbor. For more information visit www.stephen-hamilton.com EMMA WALTON is a Co-Founder and Director of Education and Programming for Young Audiences at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, New York. She is also a director, educator and children’s book author. Emma served as Bay Street’s Co-Artistic Director for 13 years prior to focusing her energies on the Theatre’s youth programming. A former actress, Emma performed for ten years in regional and Off-Broadway theatre as well as in film and television. Her directing credits include productions at Bay Street, Ensemble Studio Theatre and the John Drew Theatre, among many others. She has served as dramaturg for many plays and playwrights, both at Bay Street and elsewhere. A long-time member of Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York City, Ms. Walton was a faculty member for several years at the Ensemble’s Institute for Professional Training, teaching acting technique and scene study classes with her husband, Bay Street Executive Director Stephen Hamilton, and has taught acting and audition courses for adults at Bay Street, as well as playwriting for young adults through the Theatre’s Young Playwrights Program. The Bay Street Theatre MAINSTAGE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Tues 7/10- Sun 8/5 MainStage: Turandot: The Rumble For The Ring 8:00 pm 7:00 Sundays Matinees some Wednesdays $65 & $75 A Rock Opera By: Diane Paulus & Randy Weiner Directed by: Diane Paulus Original lyrics and book by Randy Weiner Music Direction by Roger Butterley From the creators of The Donkey Show.Join in the fun of this World Premiere! A fresh and dynamic new musical based on the story of Turandot, jam-packed with some of the greatest arias in opera…only this time they are set to a beat that will keep you rockin'. Brute force, amour and arias to rock-your-socks! Tues 8/14 – Sun 9/2 MainStage: The Lady In Question 8:00 pm 7:00 Sundays Matinees some Wednesdays $65 & $75 By: Charles Busch Directed by: Christopher Ashley The one and only Charles Busch! This free-wheeling satire of 1940’s thrillers tells

the suspenseful tale of Gertrude Garnet, a glamorous diva and self-obsessed concert pianist on tour in the heart of Bavaria. Her colossal ego is challenged when a handsome American professor engages her aid in rescuing his mother from a Nazi prison. "The Lady In Question is hilarious company." – Frank Rich, The New York Times Comedy @ Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Mon 8/20 Craig Shoemaker 8:00 pm $50 Named "Comedian of the Year" by the American Comedy Awards, Shoemaker played to over two million people last year at every major venue in the US. He has appeared on over 100 television shows including HBO's "Comic Relief", the Showtime "All Stars" and "Hollywood Squares". Sat 8/25 Three Gals Undone with Joy Behar, Julie Halston & Angela LaGreca 11:00 pm $50 Angela, Joy and Julie are old friends and they are throwing a little late night party for everyone! Join them for a fun, casual evening full of laughter, songs and surprises! KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Thurs 8/2 Laughing Pizza 3:00 pm $12 Back by popular demand! Great music that celebrates simple family pleasures, sung by a real family, multi-award winning musical band. Ages 4 to 10. Thurs 8/23 Justin Roberts 3:00 pm $12 As seen on Noggin!Pop-rock at its best with groovy lyrics, clever rhymes and indelible hooks, Justin Robert’s songs have that little something extra that keeps you humming long after the show. Ages 2-9. Thurs 8/30 Astrograss 3:00 pm $12 As seen on Noggin! A snappy fusion of bluegrass, folk, jazz and funk sprinkled with humor, this captivating and interactive performance is sure to have you on your feet. Ages 4 and up. 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. 8/12 – 10/14 Exhibition - All the More Real: Portrayals of Intimacy and Empathy This exhibition explores the various strategies artists employ to seduce and/or deflect a viewer's engagement with the physicality of the body and the object of art. Co-curated by artist Eric Fischl and Parrish Art Museum Robert Lehman Curator, Merrill Falkenberg, it is composed of paintings, sculpture, photography and video and brings together works by a diverse group of artists. FILMS @ THE PARRISH $5 Parrish Members / $7 Non-Members per film Join us as we launch a new film viewing and discussion series this spring. Each film will be followed by an online discussion forum moderated by series curator, film critic, and educator John K. Turnbull. Turnbull has taught film at the college level and holds degrees in film studies from City College and Harvard University. Fri 8/3 8:00 pm Wild Strawberries Sweden, 1957, in Swedish with subtitles, NR 91 minutes Directed by Ingmar Bergman Cast: Victor Sjöstrom, Bibi Andersson, Ingrid Thulin, Gunnar Bjornstrand The film that catapulted Ingmar Berman to the forefront of world cinema, Wild Strawberries is an extraordinary portrait of an old professor (played, indelibly, by the great director Victor Sjöstrom) looking back at his life. Though the film has served as an inspiration for countless movies, it remains as fresh and modern as the day it came out. Fri 8/17 8:00 pm Beauty And The Beast France, 1946, in French with subtitles, NR 96 minutes Directed by Jean Cocteau Cast: Jean Marais, Josette Day Beauty and the Beast (La Belle et la Bête) is a landmark feat of cinematic fantasy in which master filmmaker Jean Cocteau conjures spectacular visions of enchantment, desire and death that have never been equaled. This adaptation of Leprince de Beaumont's immortal tale features Josette Day as Belle and Jean Marais (under layers of glorious make-up) as the wild but gentle-hearted beast. Sun 8/19 7:00 pm Special night and time! Special Film Screening: The Music of Regret by Laurie Simmons This mini-musical in three acts, starring Meryl Streep, Adam Guettel and the Alvin Ailey II dancers, grew out of distinct periods in artist Laurie Simmons’s photographic work. Vintage child-craft puppets enact the pain and regret that erupt between two feuding

families. A female ventriloquist dummy sings about the failures of attachment and communication to her five dummy suitors. Walking objects (including a gun, house and pocket watch) dance their encumbered hearts out for the privilege of being noticed. Directed by Laurie Simmons. 2006. 40 minutes. Fri 8/24 8:00 pm Rashomon Japan, 1950, in Japanese with subtitles, NR 88 minutes Directed by Akira Kurosawa Cast: Toshiro Mifune, Michiko Kyo, Takashi Shimura Perhaps the finest film ever to investigate the philosophy of justice, Rashomon introduced director Akira Kurosawa and Japanese cinema to the world. Set in 11th-century Japan, the film reveals the complexities of human nature as four people recount different versions of the story of a man’s murder and the rape of his wife. Kurosawa’s visionary approach would have enormous influence as he bequeathed to world cinema the striking narrative device of multiple, conflicting flashbacks of a key event. Fri 8/31 8:00 pm Viridiana Mexico/Spain, 1961, in Spanish with subtitles, NR 90 minutes Directed by Luis Bunuel Cast: Silvia Pinal, Fernando Rey, Francisco Rabal After 30 years in Mexican exile, Luis Buñuel triumphantly (and perversely) returned to Spanish filmmaking with this irreverent vision of life as a beggar’s banquet. In Viridiana, a novice nun (Sylvia Pinal) does her utmost to maintain her Catholic principles, but her lecherous uncle and a motley assemblage of paupers force her to confront the limits of her idealism. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival, Viridiana is as audacious today as ever. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Tuesdays 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14 & 8/21 Painting En Plein Air 3:30 to 6:30 pm $225 Parrish Members/ $275 Non-Members per series. Beginning and Intermediate Sessions with James Fahnestock. For more than a century, artists have been drawn to the East End to paint the landscape. Celebrate this tradition by joining our program of painting outdoors. Students of all levels are encouraged to register for these lively workshops. This five-week session meets once per week for an afternoon of painting in and around Southampton Village. Space is limited, early registration is recommended. Sat 8/25 “Project Night-Beat” 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm on the West Lawn of The Parrish Art Museum $10 The Parrish Art Museum continues The Project's Three Summer Nights with its biggest concert of the summer: Project Night Beat. $10 Admission for this outdoor event includes music, food, two complimentary drinks, and entrance into the galleries. Project Night Beat will feature the sounds of Jonny Lives! and The Hungry March Band. Headlining the evening is Jonny Lives!, a pop-punk quartet that hails from New York’s East Village. The same scene that championed The Strokes, the Mooney Suzuki, Fountains of Wayne, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Jonny Lives! takes cues from the Brit-pop, rhythm ‘n blues, garage rock, and Lower East Side punk scenes of the 60’s and 70’s with a sound reminiscent of Weezer and The New York Dolls. The Hungry March band, is a Brooklyn street band, formed in 1997, that includes a giant entourage of musicians, dancers, baton twirlers, and hula hoopers. The Hungry March Band has a repertoire that borrows from global brass band sounds, Punk, Hip Hop, Vaudeville and New Orleans’ jazz. Part of the attraction for spectators and participants alike is the band's ability to move anywhere, play anywhere. They have become famous for their participation in audacious performances in unlikely locations, including subway trains, the New York City Marathon, the Staten Island Ferry, and an all-nude show at PS1. They have also played numerous outdoor festivals in New York and Europe, been featured in Jon Cameron Mitchell's Short Bus, played Lollapalooza, Madison Square Garden and Lincoln Center. Project Night Beat also presents the debut of a one-night-only Mystery Art Show, including human statues, and interactive light sculptures. The Southampton Publick House, Duck Walk Vineyards, Water Mill Party, Maggie Moo's and Smart Water have generously donated their products to support the event. The event is open to the public, rain or shine, and will be held from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on the West Lawn of The Parrish Art Museum. The Museum's galleries will be open until 11:00 p.m. during Project Night Beat. Guests will have the opportunity to explore the galleries at night, enjoy a drink with friends and experience new art while listening to local music at this venue for art and music in Southampton Village. PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS 329-9115 Pianofest is a summer festival located in the Hamptons which offers exceptionally concentrated study to a small group of pianists selected by audition. The teaching at Pianofest stresses an ethic based on support rather than competition. In addition to emphasizing the solo repertoire, students accompany each other in concertos and explore the duo piano literature. Pianofest also offers an opportunity for pianists to nurture their own friendships, performance opportunities, and contacts with the residents of the community. The Hamptons attract visitors from around the world, while local residents include renowned authors, artists and musicians. Pianofest offers daily lessons and pianists attend the lessons of their colleagues. Also, they participate in weekly public master classes, often televised. Lessons and master classes are conducted by Pianofest's Director, Paul Schenly, and guest artists, such

as Yefim Bronfman, Andre Watts, Richard Goode, Anton Nel, Claude Frank, Arie Vardi and Yoheved Kaplinsky, all of whom participated in the past. Many students have appeared in performance on television. Students also perform in private homes and give a Grand Marathon Concert in the Avram Family Theater in Southampton. In 1996, Pianofest released its first compact disc recording, featuring student and faculty artists. Faculty in 2006 will include Arie Vardi, with others to be announced. Many Pianofest participants are engaged to perform at Hampton music festivals and other local venues, such as the Southampton Cultural Center, the Montauk Library, The Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and others. Mon 8/6 Concert at the Avram Theater, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway Southampton 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $10 per person at the door only. Students free. All Concerts are followed by reception to meet the artists. Sat 8/11 Grand Marathon concert at the Avram Theater, Stony Brook Southampton, 239 Montauk Highway Southampton 7:00 pm - ? BRIDGEHAMPTON CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL (212) 741-9073 OR 631 – 537-6368 (starting 7/18) Tickets available online or by phone and, starting July 18, in the Parish House behind The Presbyterian Church, 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton Wed 8/1 Music Masters II Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 7:30 pm $30 The Great String Sextets - Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht for String Sextet, Op. 4, Brahms: Sextet No. 1 in B-flat Major, Op. 18 Artists: Lily Francis, Ani Kavafian, Cynthia Phelps, Richard O’Neill, Eric Bartlett, Fred Sherry Fri 8/3 bcmf (offbeat): Real Quiet at the Children's Museum of the East End (CMEE) 7:00 pm $25 This 2-concert series is dedicated to exploring excellence in music outside of the classical realm and represents an entirely new direction for the Festival, both in the kinds of music that will be performed and the audiences it hopes to reach. Situated outdoors at dusk in the beautiful Arlene and Alan Alda Amphitheater at CMEE, the evenings promise to be eye-opening and intriguing musical experiences. Phil Kline: The Last Buffalo (2005), Marc Mellits: Tight Sweater (2005) - I: Exposed Zipper, II: Trans Fatty Acid’s Rein, IV: Pickle Trousers, VI: Mechanically Separated Chicken Parts, Louis Andriessen: Worker’s Union (1975), Frederic Rzewski: Les Moutons de Panurge (1969) Artists: Real Quiet (Felix Fan, Andrew Russo, David Cossin). Marya Martin, James Deitz, Ayano Kataoka (Rzewski only) Sun 8/5 Piano 4 Hands Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 6:30 pm $30 Mozart: Sonata in C Major for Four Hands, K. 521, Brahms: Hungarian Dances, Nos. 1, 2, 7, 5, Eve Beglarian: I Will Not Be Sad In This World for Flute and Electronics, Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion Artists: Marya Martin, Jeremy Denk, Benjamin Hochman, James Deitz, Ayano Kataoka Wed 8/8 bcmf (offbeat): Real Quiet at the Children's Museum of the East End (CMEE) 7:00 pm $25 This 2-concert series is dedicated to exploring excellence in music outside of the classical realm and represents an entirely new direction for the Festival, both in the kinds of music that will be performed and the audiences it hopes to reach. Situated outdoors at dusk in the beautiful Arlene and Alan Alda Amphitheater at CMEE, the evenings promise to be eye-opening and intriguing musical experiences. bcmf (offbeat): FUSION - George Crumb: Vox Balaenae for Electric Flute, Electric Cello, and Amplified Piano, Carl Vine: Rash for Piano and Tape, Gerard Beljon: Something Wicked for Flute, Piano, and Samples, Derek Bermel: Fetch for Speaking Pianist Artists: Marya Martin, Edward Arron, Andrew Russo Fri 8/10 William Brian Little Concert - An Evening with American Masters Channing Sculpture Garden 6:00 pm: Wine tasting and appetizers 7:00 pm: Informal outdoor concert $75 The friends of Brian Little invite you to enjoy a special evening of music and wines from Channing Daughters under our tent at the Channing Sculpture Garden. Gershwin: Selections for voice and chamber ensemble, Copland: Selections from Old American Songs, Cowell: Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 2, Macdowell: To A Wild Rose, Anon.: Shenandoah, Trad. Negro Spirituals: Deep River, A City Called Heaven, Every Time I Feel the Spirit, Dvořák: String Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 97 (“American”) (Finale: Allegro giusto) Artists: Marya Martin, Stephen Williamson, Erik Ralske, Catherine Cho, Ayano Ninomiya, Che-Hung Chen, Nicholas Cords, Edward Arron, Christopher Taylor, Ayano Kataoka, Kevin Deas Sun 8/12 Music Masters III Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 6:30 pm $30 Beethoven: Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 16, Moravec: Chamber Symphony, Dvozák: String Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 97, B. 180 (“American”) Artists: Marya Martin, Stephen Williamson, Erik Ralske, Catherine Cho, Ayano Ninomiya, Che-Hung Chen,

Nicholas Cords, Edward Arron, Christopher Taylor, Ayano Kataoka Wed 8/15 Music Masters IV Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 7:30 pm $30 Paul Schoenfield: Slovakian Children’s Songs for Flute and Piano, Mendelssohn: String Quartet in D Major, Op. 44, No.1, Dohnányi: Quintet for Piano and Strings, No. 1 in C minor, Op. 1 Artists: Marya Martin, Soovin Kim, Jessica Lee, Choong-Jin Chang, Peter Stumpf, Joyce Yang Thurs 8/16 Family Concert - Introducing Wolfgang Amadeus Schmutzinberry at the Children's Museum of the East End (CMEE) 5:00 pm $10 This thirty-minute comic musical/play introduces children both to the instrumentation and textures of the string quartet as well as the compositional process. Watch as the mediocre genius, Schmutzinberry, creates his masterpiece to the sounds of a live string quartet. Don’t miss the cameo appearance by Ludwig Van Beethoven! Fri 8/17 Pre-Dinner Concert Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm $20 New this season – join us for an hour of string quartet masterpieces, and still be home in time for dinner! Amy Beach: Theme and Variations for Flute and String Quartet, Op. 80, Schubert: Quartettsatz in C minor, D. 703, Mozart: Quartet in D minor, K. 421 Artists: Marya Martin, Soovin Kim, Jessica Lee, Choong-Jin Chang, Peter Stumpf Sun 8/19 Music Masters V Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church 6:30 pm $30 Jacob Ter Veldhuis: Lipstick for Amplified Flute/Alto Flute and Soundtracks, Schnittke: Piano Quintet, Schumann: Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 47 Artists: Marya Martin, Soovin Kim, Jessica Lee, Choong-Jin Chang, Peter Stumpf, Joyce Yang, Pedja Muzijevic 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 631-7490740 to confirm on the day of the performance. Fri 8/3 Annual Summer Benenfit at the Shelter Island Campus Sat 8/4 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Mon 8/13 – Wed 8/22 Masterclass with PMP Faculty 7:00 pm Fri 8/17 Benefit Concert Featuring Faculty and Student Chamber Music Performance, Old Whalers Church 44 Union Street Sag Harbor 7:30 pm VIP $50 Gen $10 Thurs 8/23 Chamber Music Workshop Performances 7:30 pm Fri 8/24 Chamber Music Workshop Performances 7:30 pm THE ROSS SCHOOL 26 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton Benefit Concerts organized by Hampton Social Doors open @ 6:00 pm Performance @ 8:00 pm Call 800-803-6644 for tickets & Information Ticket Price of $3,000 per show includes fabulous food & drinks, including top-shelf open bar with the finest cocktails & wines, Staff & Concierge: At your service! Ready & willing to help at all times, Seating: Lounge style. Chairs, couches, ottomans, pillows, & more, Dress: Relaxed and casual Sat 8/4 Billy Joel Sat 8/11 James Taylor Sat 8/25 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers AVRAM THEATRE AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON 239 Montauk Highway at Tuckahoe Rd

Southampton 632-8000 Sustainable Pleasures – Concert Series - All performances at 7:30 pm in the Avram Theater on the Stony Brook Southampton campus. Call (631) 632-8000, press 7, to reserve tickets. Single performance: $35; $25, Stony Brook University and Southampton College alumni; $10, students. Four-performance series: $120; $80, Stony Brook University and Southampton College alumni. Sat 8/4 Kristine Jepson, Mezzo-soprano Songs by Duparc, Mahler, Scheer, Schubert, and others. Wed 8/15 Liz McCartney, Broadway Cabaret Songs from Funny Girl, Gypsy, Light in the Piazza, Peter Pan, Taboo, and Wicked. Wed 8/29 Christine Goerke and Friends Program to be announced. THE HC&G IDEA HOUSE 12 Southwood Court, Amagansett, NY A classic Hamptons shingle style residence on the lushly landscaped grounds of the former Warner LeRoy estate designed by noted architect Steve Semes. Interiors feature the work of up to 20 talented designers in collaboration with the editors of HC&G. This modern (yet traditional) home features innovative building products with the latest in interior design concepts. The home design was inspired by an affluent young hedge fund manager with a wife and child. Completion scheduled June 2007. All events are held at the 2007 Idea House located at 12 Southwood Court in Amagansett. Thursday, August 2–Sunday, August 5 Open to the Public 11am-5pm $20 cash Proceeds benefit LongHouse Reserve. Thursday, August 9–Sunday, August 12 Open to the Public 11am-5pm $20 cash Proceeds benefit Bridgehampton Chamber Music. POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE 830 Fireplace Road, East Hampton. 324-4929 By appointment only 8/2 – 10/27 Ary Stillman: The Sayville Series, 1950 http://www.stillmanlack.org This group of abstract drawings was created in1950, when Stillman (1891-1967), a lesser-known member of the New York School, spent the summer in Sayville, Long Island. Influenced by Jung’s concept of the collective unconscious, the artist used an automatist technique of drawing with a stylus, creating embossed linear designs that were all but invisible until rubbed with charcoal or pastel. The 15 works on paper, selected by guest curator James Wechsler, are on loan from the Stillman-Lack Foundation in Houston, Texas. Sat 8/4 Reception and gallery talk by James Wechsler 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Lectures at Stony Brook Southampton Sundays at 5 p.m. Duke Lecture Hall, Chancellors Hall, Sun 8/5 “The Rise and Fall of Political Art” Donald E. Sloan, assistant professor of art history, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Sun 8/12 “Artists on Eastern Long Island in the 1940s: Documenting the Surrealist Presence, Contribution and Influence” Phyllis Braff, independent art historian and curator Sun 8/19 “The Life and Death of the Unconscious in Modern and Contemporary Art” Steven Poser, artist / psychoanalyst Sun 8/26 “Why Art Museums Matter” Roy Slade, former director, Corcoran Gallery of Art CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat. 8/4 6:00 pm Novelist A.M. Homes reads from her memoir The Mistress´s Daughter and novelist Sheila Kohler reads from Bluebird, or the Invention of Happiness Sun. 8/5 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Reception for artist Whitney Hansen´s exhibition Sag Harbor scenes: Hand Painted Woodcuts. The exhibition runs August 2 - August 30. Sat. 8/11 6:00 pm Author Louise Bernikow reads from her memoir “Dreaming in Libro”. About the author's relationship with her dog, Libro. Thurs 8/16 4:00 pm Presentation & Reception at the Amagansett Free Library on Main Street.276-3810

Photographer Kathryn Szoka discusses “Through the Season on Quail Hill Farm” Her photographic essay is on exhibit from August 10 through September 5. Sat 8/18 6:00 pm Poet and novelist Carol Muske Dukes reads from her new novel Channeling Mark Twain Fri 8/24 A Program of Readings and Song 6:00 pm Historian and folksinger Stephen Sanfilippo commemorates the 80th Anniversary of the Unjust Execution of Sacco and Vanzetti with a program of readings and songs. Sat 8/25 6:00 pm Poets read from The Music Lover´s Poetry Anthology co-edited by Helen Houghton with Grace Schulman, Carol Muske-Dukes, Harvey Shapiro and more. Fri 8/31 Writer Louis Begley reads from his new novel Matters of Honor. 6:00 pm MADOO CONSERVANCY 618 Sagg Main Street Sagaponack Sat 8/4 Lambda Legal in the Hamptons – A Garden Party Benefit 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $100. Visit www.lambdalegal.org/hamptons or contact Adam Pedersen-Doherty at 212-809-8585 for tickets or more information. Lambda Legal will host its annual summer event in the Hamptons on August 4, 2007. The event will be held at the beautiful gardens of Robert Dash at the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack. Guests will enjoy an evening in the luscious gardens, tours by Robert Dash, hors d’ouevres, cocktails courtesy of Christiania vodka and wine from Hafner Vineyard. Joan Garry, Board member of Lambda Legal and a resident of East Hampton, will offer an update on Lambda Legal’s current civil rights work. Support Lambda Legal, learn more about our important civil rights work, and mingle with other supporters in the Hamptons. Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work. PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 Sat 8/4 An Inconvenient Truth Reading and Lecture with Sara Gordon @ Quail Hill Farm Orchard, Side Hill Lane, Amagansett Free. What is "global warming?" How is climate change affecting the planet? What can you do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help slow planetary warming? Sara Gordon, a trainee of Al Gore and The Climate Project, will address these questions in an informative lecture and reading inspired by the slide show from An Inconvenient Truth. Sun 8/5 – Sun 8/19 Farmstand Heritage Celebration A two-week promotional campaign to encourage all residents and visitors to the East End to support our local farmers by shopping at the numerous farmstands that dot the North and South Fork. Keep the East End’s Farm’s Thriving! Support our local farmstands! For a map of North & South Fork farmstands please ask your innkeeper. Sun 8/5 Through Farms and Fields Luncheon Through Farms and Fields is the kick-off for the Peconic Land Trust's First Annual Farmstand Heritage Celebration. The 2007 Through Farms and Fields Country Luncheon is once again fortunate to be at Ray and Lynn Wesnofske's Ocean View Farm barn in Bridgehampton. The luncheon will feature local foods -- prepared by local caterer Brent Newsom -- and the amazing barn will be decorated with beautiful antique quilts from the collection of local residents Tom Woodard and Blanche Greenstein. These spirited and colorful examples of "America's Folk Art" will hang from the rafters of the barn, exemplifying the heritage sensibility of this unique event on the East End. A celebrity auctioneer (to be announced soon) will be on hand to auction an assortment of "experiential" adventures, as well as an antique quilt that has been generously donated by Tom and Blanche to the Trust for this special event. Order your tickets today!! The Country Luncheon is always a sold out event of the summer season. To order tickets call: Robin Harris, Peconic Land Trust, (631) 283-3195. Sat 8/25 Quail Hill Farm Event: At the Common Table Dinner Join 150 friends and neighbors as they gather at the apple orchard of Quail Hill for our annual At the Common Table family style dinner to support the farms on-going activities. Local chefs prepare a sumptuous feast using farm produce and local meat, fish and shellfish; with wines provided by local vineyards. This is a magical experience for a late summer evening. For more information, please email to: qhf@peconiclandtrust.org. BOOKHAMPTON 20 Main St East Hampton, 91 Main Street Southampton, 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor

324-4939 Sat 8/4 Sag Harbor 2pm: Lori Bryant-Woolridge, Weapons of Mass Seduction Sat 8/4 Sag Harbor 7pm: Lizabeth Zindel, Girl of the Moment Sat 8/4 East Hampton 4:00 pm Carl Bernstein “A Woman in Charge” Sat 8/4 East Hampton 8pm: Doug Stumpf, Confessions of a Wall Street Shoeshine Boy Sat 8/11 Southampton, 6pm: Jill Bialosky, Life Room and Carol Muske-Dukes, Channeling Mark Twain Sat 8/11 Sag Harbor, 8pm: Lori Barbieri, Abracadabra Sat 8/18 Sag Harbor, 8pm: Jenni Ferrari-Adler, Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant Sat 8/18 East Hampton 8pm: Dani Shapiro, Black and White Sat 8/25 Southampton, 6pm: Susan Richards, Chosen by a Horse Sat 8/25 Sag Harbor, 7pm: Antonio Pagliarulo, Celebutantes: On the Avenue Sat 8/25 East Hampton, 8pm: Dr. Anne-Marie Testa, Bully in Your Relationship EAST END BOOKSTORE & GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Books, Gallery & Music Sat 8/4 John Andoe 6:00–7:30 p.m. Meet author and artist John Andoe who will talk about and sign copies of his new book Jubilee City: A Memoir at Full Speed. From an artist whose work has been hailed as "cowboy noir with a fashionista twist" (The New Yorker) comes a raw, vivid, and darkly Humorous memoir about an edgy American Life. Joe Andoe’s paintings have been described by art critics as: "Vignettes of lives circumscribed by vastness, seduced by America's self-congratulatory mythologies." (Frieze) "Like the sound of chants in a cathedral, these plain pictures reverberate in the mind." (The New York Times) "Powerful, affecting…his romanticism transcends what he paints." (Art in America) "Darkside Americana…cinematic in its wide-angled viewpoint." (ArtForum) Like Andoe’s art, which evokes the life of a rebel angel who came of age on the wrong side of the tracks of Tulsa, Oklahoma in the 1960s and 70s, his memoir, JUBILEE CITY (William Morrow; August 1, 2007; $22.95), offers discrete startling snapshots that unfold into a remarkable story of despair, resilience, creativity, and hope. 8/18 through 9/6 : Images of the Hamptons, limited edition color photographs by Gerald Sprayregen. Images of the Hamptons is a gallery exhibition featuring the new photographs of Gerald Sprayregan. Favorite scenes of the Hamptons have been beautifully captured and unusually reproduced as stunning framed giclee prints on canvas. Closing reception for the photographer, Saturday, September 1st from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m Fri 8/24 Helen Barer 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Meet author Helen Barer who will talk about and sign copies of her new book Fitness Kills a new mystery featuring New York food writer Nora Franke. While working updating menus and a cookbook at an elite spa in Baja she becomes involved in solving a double murder.The prestigious Kirkus Review has called Nora “an intriguing sleuth.” Sat 8/25 Stewart F. Lane 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Meet three time Tony Award-winning producer author Stewart F. Lane who will talk about and sign copies of his new book Let’s Put On a Show!: Theatre Production for Novices. This is a reader friendly handbook for anyone producing a play or musical. It is especially good for community and regional theater groups. ALISON RESTAURANT 95 School Street, Bridgehampton 537-7100 Thurs 8/9 Author roundtable/dinner co sponsored by East End Books. 6:30 p.m Meet author Kurt Wenzel, who will talk about and sign copies of his new book Exposure, a thrilling tour de force about fear and fame in the celebrity-industrial complex of Los Angeles, a few years from now. $38.00 per person includes a three course dinner & author discussion (Tax, tip and drinks not included.). Books will be available for sale and signature. Limited seating. Call 5377100 to reserve. Sun 8/12 Author roundtable/dinner co sponsored by East End Books 6:30 p.m. Meet courtroom artist Marilyn Church and author and reporter Lou Young, who will talk about and sign copies of their new book The Art of Justice: An Eyewitness View of Thirty Infamous Trials. $38.00 per person includes a three course dinner & author

discussion (Tax, tip and drinks not included.). Books will be available for sale and signature. Limited seating. Call 537-7100 to reserve. Thurs 8/16 Author roundtable/dinner co sponsored by East End Books. 6:30 p.m. Meet photographer and author Stephen Longmire, who will talk about and sign copies of his new book Keeping Time in Sag Harbor, an intimate portrait of a special place that is changing fast, despite almost all of the town being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. $38.00 per person includes a three course dinner & author discussion (Tax, tip and drinks not included.). Books will be available for sale and signature. Limited seating. Call 537-7100 to reserve. Tues 8/28 Author roundtable/dinner at Alison Restaurant in Bridgehampton, co sponsored by East End Books. 6:30 pm $38.00 per person includes a three course dinner & author discussion (Tax, tip and drinks not included.). Books will be available for sale and signature. Limited seating. Call 5377100 to reserve. Meet authors Daniel Stark and Claudia Lebenthal, who will talk about and sign copies of their new book STOKED: THE EVOLUTION OF ACTION SPORTS a visual history of the world’s most exciting sports. Through daring and dramatic images, STOKED celebrates the daring and fearlessness, the beauty and glory, the heights and depths, and the speed and agility of athletes who defy the laws of nature and the limits of sanity. Beyond the mountains, vert ramps and dirt, these sports integrate music, fashion, art and entertainment into a way of life. The heroes and icons of action sports saturate popular culture and media. Athletes like Tony Hawk, brands like Quiksilver, Billabong and Burton, video games such as Kelly Slater’s Pro Surfer, and events like the ESPN X Games and the 2006 Winter Olympics, where snowboarder Shaun White was the breakout star, are blurring the line between sports and culture. STOKED’s bold, modern, innovative design makes it an art object unto itself. The book pushes its own physical limits, mirroring the very pursuits it portrays. It is fully interactive, with special materials and papers, pop-ups, and stickers, among other special effects, and is sure to become a collector’s item. STOKED is more than jaw-dropping images. It features an introduction by Pulitzer-prize winning journalist H.G. “Buzz” Bissinger, author of Friday Night Lights, the nonfiction classic about high school football in Texas. STOKED also includes vivid descriptions from the athletes who defined their sports as well as contributions from notable personalities, authors, photographers and musicians who have tapped into the action sports lifestyle. STOKED: THE EVOLUTION OF ACTION SPORTS is not for posers. Its authenticity and attitude appeal to insiders as well as readers who are new to these sports. STOKED is the definitive volume on the subject. EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 8/4 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 21st Annual Historic Mulford Farm Antiques Show & Sale by Jean Sinenberg Sun 8/5 4:00 pm - Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: Julie Sheehan & Keven Bridge Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. Free admission. Thu 8/9 10:00 am - 11:30 am Children's Workshop: Hands-On History at Mulford Farm For ages 6-10. Fee is $10, including materials. Advance registration required. To register, please call (631)324-6850. Sat 8/11 10:00 am - 4:00 pm East End Classic Boat Society Wooden Boat Show at Mulford Farm Sun 8/12 4:00 pm - Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: Lila Zemborain & Joe Pintauro Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. Free admission. Thu 8/16 10:00 am - 11:30am Children's Workshop: Hands-On History at Mulford Farm For ages 6-10. Fee is $10, including materials. Advance registration required. To register, please call (631)324-6850. Sat 8/18 10:00 am - Cemetery Tour with Hugh King Join historian Hugh King for a guided tour of East Hampton's coffin-shaped "Burying Ground." Tours begin at front gate of Mulford Farm, rain or shine. Admission $10. For reservations, please call 631-324-6850. Thu 8/23 10:00 am - 11:30am Children's Workshop: Hands-On History at Mulford Farm Sat 8/25 10:00 am - Architectural History Tour with Richard Barons: Main Street, East Hampton Tour begins at the Osborn-Jackson House at 10am, rain or shine. Admission $10/$5 for members. Advance reservations required. Please call 631-324-6850. Thu 8/30 10:00 am - 11:30am Children's Workshop: Hands-On History at Mulford Farm For ages 6-10. Fee is $10, including materials. Advance registration required. To register, please call (631)324-6850. SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Sat 8/18 Keeping Time in Sag Harbor, gallery talk with Stephen Longmire 3:00 pm

SOUTHAMPTON LIONS CLUB PO Box 358 – Southampton SouthamptonLions@hamptons.com Sat 8/11 Southampton Lions Club Charitable Trust & WLING 92.1 FM Presents the 5th Annual Oldies Spectacular 7:00 pm @ Southampton High School Auditorium, 141 Narrow Lane Southampton, $35.00 Featuring Charlie Thomas' Drifters ("On Broadway, " "There goes my baby"), Jay Siegel & The Tokens ("The Lion Sleeps Tonight," "Portrait of my love"), Kenny Vance & The Planotones ("Lookin for an echo"), Shirley Alston Reeves (Original Lead singer of the Shirelles). Comments or questions, plese call Southampton Lions President Bob Grisnik 631.283.1506 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 self-directed 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 Wed 8/1 - Whirligig Wednesdays! Constant Wonder & the Wonder Band. Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE every Wednesday for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. Thurs 8/9 - Peter and the Wolf. Raindate Fri 8/10. Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. Peter and the Wolf" is a popular orchestral score written by Sergei Prokofiev designed to introduce children to the instruments in the orchestra. Peter and his friends,the bird,the duck,the cat, the wolf and grandfather will come alive for everyone on Thursday, August 9th, when the children of the Hampton Ballet Theatre School will perform the ballet for CMEE's "Whirligig Wednesdays" program. Don't miss this enchanting ballet and the beautiful score that can be enjoyed by young and old alike. Wed 8/15 - Whirligig Wednesdays! Who is Natalie Spoo? Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE every Wednesday for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. Wed 8/22 - Whirligig Wednesdays! Chinese Theater Works. Doors open at 6:00 pm for picnic and the performance is at 6:30 pm. Advance tickets are $10 members, $12 non-members and $15 day of the show after 4:00 pm. Pack a picnic and head over to CMEE every Wednesday for a great performance by children entertainers, held in our Arlene & Alan Alda Amphitheater. Tues 8/28 Grown-Up Night at CMEE - Celebratory Wine Tasting & Collectible Wine Auction - 6 pm 9 pm · $250 per person Celebrate our Second Summer under an August full moon with special wine selections from local & global vineyards. Learn about palette-pleasing, savvy wine choices with Michael Cinque, proprietor of Amagansett Wine & Spirits. Bid on unique & rare wines in an Auction following the Tasting. CMEE's Lobby/Wine Bar Wed 8/29 Whirligig Wednesday - Bash the Trash: A Recycling Musical Experience. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the shows start at 6:30 pm. $10 members/$12 non-members/$15 at the door the day of

show after 4:00 pm. Bring your children and friends to CMEE's Whirligig Wednesdays for an evening of laughter, fun and entertainment. After the beach or just home from work, pack a picnic and blanket and head over to the Children's Museum of the East End's Arlene and Alan Alda amphitheatre where you will be entertained by professional performers. Bash the Trash is a group of musicians and educators who build and perform on instruments made from very unusual materials - the detritus of our modern society. Using recycled and reused materials they have created over 200 different kinds of instruments that range from winds to strings to percussion and (for older students) even into instruments made from cast-off electronics. Each interactive concert is a journey into sound, science and instruments - how instruments are made, why they work, and how you can make your own. For when you begin to build instruments you find that you are retracing the steps of scientists and instrument makers all across the world, as well as across time. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center (SoFo) is the only state-of-the-art natural history museum on the South Fork of Long Island. A visit provides a day of fun, exploration, and discovery for children and adults. The museum brings nature indoors, and a walk through the museum is like taking an interpretive nature hike. On the upper floor visitors investigate the handson, interactive exhibits about the land and sea of the South Fork of Long Island by opening drawers and cabinets, looking into peepholes, investigating what lies under logs, listening to animal sounds and even sniffing the air to learn about the animals of the South Fork.In the lower exhibit area visitors have up-close and personal experiences with some of our native salt and fresh water fish, salamanders, turtles, and frogs. They can even reach into the museum’s marine touch tank and hold some of our native marine animals, collected from the nearby Atlantic Ocean and bays. The museum also offers special weekend nature walks, talks and workshops for children and adults. The South Fork Natural History Museum is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except for major holidays. Admission is free for museum members; non-members are charged $7 for adults, $5 for children 3 to 12 years of age. Children 2 and under are admitted free of charge. Sat 8/4 Making Seashell Wind Chimes – For Children 4 Years and Older 10:00 am Bridgehampton Workshop Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. Seashells are a wonderful way to bring the beach to your home. In this workshop Lindsey will teach children how a sea creature makes its shell, the types of shells that might be found on our local beaches and how to make a seashell wind chime that will swing in the breeze. If you have a special shell at home that you want identified, bring it along. This program is limited to 10 children. Sat 8/11 Shorebirds for Beginners 2:00 pm Nappeague Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Shorebirds are a diverse avian group. One of the interesting facts about shorebirds is their amazing variety of bill shapes and sizes. Shorebirds migrate over incredible distances. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic birding instructor Joe Giunta will teach you how to identify our migrating shorebirds as they make their way from their summering grounds in the Artic to their summer grounds in Central and South America. Sat 8/18 Shorebirds and Peeps at Shinnecock 8:30 am Shinnecock Walk Leader: Eric Salzman. On this walk with Eric not only will you see our migrating shorebirds but you’ll also see and learn how to identify migrating “peeps,” a group of diminutive sandpipers that are notoriously hard to tell apart like: Least, Semipalmated, Western, White-rumped, and Baird’s Sandpipers. During their migrations, mixed flocks of these birds scurry about on mudflats, feeding at the edge of the retreating tide, or swarm aloft, twisting and turning like a dense school of fish. Sat 8/25 Beachcombing 10:30 a.m. Montauk Walk Leader: Jim Ash. Do you remember what it was like as a child to spend hours walking up and down the beach searching for seashells and sea life? It was an exhilarating time full of joy and surprises as you discovered the beauty and mystery of ocean life. Enjoy this experience once again with Jim Ash, a gifted teacher, who will help you to identify the shells you find and will share with you the fascinating stories of the lives of the animals and plants that inhabit the sea and the sand. A magnifying glass would be useful to bring along. BRIDGEHAMPTON POLO CLUB Two Trees Stables 849 Hayground Road Bridgehampton 537-3881 Saturdays 7/21 – 8/25 Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge 4:00 pm Rain dates are Sundays at 2pm. 212421-1367 (Spectators also welcome to watch practice almost every Tues – Sat through August) You can enjoy a polo match played by some of the greatest athletes in the world right from the sidelines! Just bring a blanket or beach chair and a picnic basket full of your favorite food and drinks. Tailgating is definitely allowed and runs the gamut. General

Admission parking fee $20.00 per car (donated to the South Fork Breast Health Coalition). If you are more interested in celebrity spotting and cocktail sipping than actually watching the match, very limited tickets for the VIP lounge may also be available through the Mill House Inn concierge!! VIP Admission: Opening Day-7/21 & Closing Day-8/25 $650.00 plus tax. All other days are $250.00 plus tax. Advance Reservations required for the VIP lounge. EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 79 A Main St. ( above Cythia Rowley) East Hampton Village 324-0362 Sat 8/11 Artists Studio Tour Sponsored by East Hampton Chamber of Commerce 324-0362. Tickets $25.00 available at Chamber office, 79 A Main St. ( above Cythia Rowley) East Hampton Village or Gone Local Gallery Main St. Amagansett Tour of Artists Studios in and around East Hampton, Amagansett and Bridgehampton Area. Includes a Visit to the Pollock Krasner House and The Dan Flavin art Institue After the tour, attend an opening show and reception for the Billy Sullivan Exhibit at Guild Hall and a gathering at the Vered Gallery . Studios open 12 noon to 5 p.m. Guild Hall Reception 4 to 6:00 Experience the multi-style movements of cubism, realism, impressionism, art deco, abstract expressionism, psychedelic, super and photo realism. Meet each renowned and accomplished artist in their studio as they reveal their established signature styles. Private Studios on the Tour Frances Alenikoff, Francesco Bologna, Bill Durham, Giancarlo Impiglia, Maggie Kotuk, Haim Mizrahi, Bill Negron, Mark E Perry Sat 8/18 “59th Annual Artists & Writers Softball Game” Herrick Park, East Hampton (on Newtown Lane across from the school) 3:00 pm Donation $8 631-288-7080. Come cheer your favorite artists, writers, politicians & celebrities at the 58th Annual game to benefit East End Hospice, East Hampton Day Care and Phoenix House. Admission free but donations and proceeds from the sale of merchandise and snacks will benefit local organizations. Past participants have included Roy Scheider, Alec Baldwin, Bill Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Paul Simon and more! Sun 8/19 Chicken BBQ Amagansett Fire Dept. 2 to 6 p.m. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 Wednesdays “Free Outdoor Concerts” 6:30pm (Rain date Thursdays) at Agawam Park, Southampton Village. Check calendar for Cooper’s Beach dates. Sponsored by The Southampton Cultural Center, Pond Lane, Southampton. 631-2874377. 7/14- 8/31 “Hampton Designer Showhouse” 11-5pm. Daily. Sponsored by House and Garden Magazine to benefit Southampton Hospital. 631-745-0004. MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 742 Montauk Highway Montauk 668-2428 Saturdays 8/4 – 9/1 Rummage Sale – Montauk Community Church 9:00am - 12 noon Sundays all Summer Free concerts 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm at Gosman’s Dock 484 West Lake Drive Montauk 668-5330 Bring a blanket or a beach chair Mondays 8/6 – 8/27 Concerts on the Green 6:00-8:00 Fri 8/10 – Sun 8/11 15th Annual Mako Thresher Mania Shark Tournament Star Island Yacht Club 6685052 Sat 8/11 – Sun 8/12 Montauk Historical Society Craft Fair at Second House Museum Sat 8/18 – Sun 8/19 Montauk Artists Association 13th Annual Juried Fine Outdoor Art Show - On the Green www.montaukartistsaccociation.org Sat 8/18 – Sun 8/19 Lighthouse Weekend Montauk Point Lighthouse Thurs 8/23 Montauk Village Assoc. Dinner Theatre MVA Annual Fundraiser; Dinner Theatre at Gurney's Inn "The Soprano's Retirement Party" Tickets $150pp $275/couple; Greenery Bucks Raffle Tickets now available at Pospisil Real Estate on The Plaza $100ea; 1st prize -$20,000 2nd- $5000 3rd-(5) $1000 prizes: Drawing 8/23 at Gurney's Dinner Sat 8/25 – Sun 8/26 Grand Slam Fishing Tournament Mercury Marine Montauk Grand Slam Fishing Tournament - East Hampton Kiwanis Club & Montauk Friends of Erin. Call 6681578 for more info.

LOAVES AND FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Hwy Bridgehampton 537-6066 Every Saturday, we host in our store a free cooking demo open to the public by one of our teaching staff or a local chef. The demos feature instruction on many of our Viking appliances and offer samples of the delicious food prepared. Come and have your cooking questions answered by our experts while tasting some of the best food around. Cooking Classes at the Bridgehampton Inn 2266 Main Street Bridgehampton 537-3660, to register call 537-3586 Loaves and Fishes Cookshop is pleased to present a wide variety of cooking classes held at the historic Bridgehampton Inn on the corner of Main St. and Butter Lane. Our instructors represent a broad cross section of well known local and celebrity chefs skilled in many different cuisines and techniques. Our full-participation classes contain a maximum of 8 to allow the instructors to give each student the individual attention they need for proficiency. Thurs 8/2 Long Island Seafood 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Fri 8/3 Cancun Vacation 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Sat 8/4 Culinary Basics: Knife Skills 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Sun 8/5 Tamales & Sangria 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Tues 8/7 Spa Cuisine 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Thurs 8/9 Dim Sun Party 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Tues 8/14 Girls Night in the Hamptons: Rendezvous in Rome 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Thurs 8/16 Bayou Blast 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Fri 8/17 Steakhouse 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Sat 8/18 Laotian/Thai Made Simple – Seafood Dinner 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Tues 8/21 Italian Fest 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Wed 8/22 Sushi 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Thurs 8/23 Wine & Food Tastin 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Fri 8/24 Italian Cuisine 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Sat 8/25 Family Feast (Kids, Teens & Adults) 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sun 8/26 The Farmer’s Market 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Thurs 8/30 Tapas Party 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Fri 8/31 French Bistro 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Williams Sonoma Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 8/7 Southern Favorites (4pm to 6pm) The American South boasts a rich tradition of warm hospitality and exceptional food. You’ll learn to prepare a Southern-style meal that’s just right for a comforting Sunday supper. Old-Fashioned Biscuits, Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes, Buttermilk-Cornmeal Fried Chicken and Peach Cobble. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Sun 8/12 Food Processor (Free) The workhorse of kitchen appliances, the food processor performs myriad jobs, from making bread, pastry, cobblers and pizza dough to slicing and dicing vegetables to creating dips, spreads and mousses. Come and learn how to maximize the potential of this remarkable machine. Tues 8/14 Simple Italian Suppers (4pm to 6pm) Top-quality ingredients that are prepared simply—these are the hallmarks of Italian cooking. In this class you’ll learn to make easy dishes using favorite Italian ingredients, including polenta, pasta and prosciutto. Polenta with Sausages and Tomato-Olive Ragout, Risotto Rustica with Prosciutto and Arugula, Spaghetti with Eggplant, Cheese, and Tomato Sauce and Chicken with Sage and Proscuitt. Presented by: Chef Miche Sun 8/26 Entertaining: Setting the Perfect Table Free Along with delicious food, a beautiful table setting makes a meal into an event. We’ll teach you the proper way to set a brunch table,

lunch table, and formal and casual dinner table, as well as how to equip a buffet. Learn about inspiring focal pieces as well as proper placement of serving accompaniments. Tues 8/28 Make-Ahead Meals for School N ights (4pm to 6pm) With school days fast approaching, now is the time to expand your repertoire of easy weeknight fare. Many of these recipes can be made in advance, and you can even double them so you’ll have plenty of tasty leftovers. Pasta Rustica with Chicken Sausage and Three Cheeses, White Chili, Pasta Salad with Grilled Tuna and Roasted Tomatoes, Chicken Enchiladas with Tomatillo Sauce and Polenta Casserole with Meat Sauc. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street, East Hampton 324-6850 21st Annual Historic Mulford Farm Antiques Show & Sale James Lane at Montauk Highway, East Hampton 537-0333 Sat 8/4 Early Buying Benefit Preview - 9 am /Show Hours: 10 am - 5 pm A Benefit for East Hampton Historical Society Rain or Shine / Outdoors - Under Tent. A Jean Seinberg Prestige Show 537-0333 www.hamptonsantiques.com antiqueshows@hamptons.com SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane 283-2494 Museum hours Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wed 8/1 Garden Talk 4:00 p.m. $10 members, $15 non-members April Gonzalez discusses flora of the historic site where the first English landed in 1640. Meet at Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk, end of North Sea Road. Sun 8/5 Architectural Walking Tour 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon $10, free for members, call for directions. “Family History” given by architect, Paul Rogers, A.I.A. Meet at the Presbyterian Church, corner of S. Main and Jobs Lane Sat 8/11 Opening Reception - Gail F. Horton: A Rug Hooker’s Tale @ Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Artist Gail Horton creates hooked rugs with images that tell the story of her family on the East End beginning in the 1930s using animals, people, farm scenes, lighthouses, and boats. Sun 8/12 Architectural Walking Tour12:30 to 1:30 p.m. $10, free for members, call for directions. “Dune Church and the Life Saving Stations” given by Roger Blaugh, former Chairman, Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation. Meet at the Dune Church, Gin Lane and Lake Agawam Wed 8/15 Summer Afternoon Knitting Party Sponsored by Rogers Memorial Library 2:00 p.m $4, free for members Thurs 8/16 East End Study Group: Local history topic to be announced 10:00 to 12 noon @ Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton $4, free for members, refreshments served Sat 8/18 1st Annual Southampton Antique Auto Show @ the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Free for members and children 17 and under, $4 non-members A variety of beautifully restored vintage autos will be on display on the grounds of the Rogers Mansion, by some of Long Island’s premier car collections. Sun 8/19 Architectural Walking Tour - “The New Shingle Style, Inspired by the Shinnecock Golf Club” by architect James McChesney” 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Meet at the 62 Captains Neck Lane. $10, free for members, call for directions. Sat 8/25 Late Summer Cocktail Party @ the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. $35 members, $50 for non-members This party under the stars is a benefit for the Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center’s education programs. The evening event features a live band with dancing on the grass, an open bar, and delicious homemade food. Come and see old friends one more time before the summer disappears. Sun 8/26 Architectural Walking Tour 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon $10, free for members, call for directions “Main Street and the Parrish Art Museum,” given by architect Siamak Samii, A.I.A. Meet in front of the Rogers Mansion at 17 Meeting House Lane. Tues 8/28- Tues 10/16 Jewelry Making in the Pelletreau Silver Shop, 78 Main Street, Southampton 8 weeks, 1 day per week 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. $290 members, $310 non-members, limited to 4 students, materials extra

WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 Fri 8/17 – Mon 9/10 Out of the Fire: Celadon Gallery Invitational Sun 8/19 11:00 am Brunch Reception: Fresh Perspectives: New Works & Celadon Fri 8/24 – Sun 9/16 Annual Quilt Show & Sale During the quilt show the museum will be open every day from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm except Sunday when the hours are 1:00 pm 5:00 pm ORIGINAL 41ST ANNUAL HAMPTON’S SUMMER ANTIQUE FESTIVAL & SALE Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, 537-0333 Thurs 8/23 Benefit Preview 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm for East End Hospice Fri 8/24 – Sun 8/26 Show Hours: Friday 10 am-6 pm, Saturday 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 10 am-5 pm A Jean Seinberg Prestige Show 537-0333 www.hamptonsantiques.com antiqueshows@hamptons.com SHOE INN 66 Newtown Lane East Hampton 329-4500 Thurs 8/16 – Sun 8/26 Shoe Inn’s Annual Shoe Sale at the American Legion Sale on the corner of Rte 27 & Abraham’s Path, Amagansett The premier shopping event of the season. Designer shoes at deeply discounted prices. New selection daily! People line up to get in. They buy plastic garbage bags full and come back every day! It’s unbelievable! ECCO FARM 55 Long Lane East Hampton 324-5523 Sat 8/11 EECO Farm’s Local Bounty Dinner Dance 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Tickets from $125 Individual/$300 Family Games & Races for kids. Food & Fun Silent Auction. Fabulous Local Bounty Dinner. Jim Turner & Band. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY 329-7689 Thurs 8/16 A Day of Art & Nature at the Andy Warhol Visual Arts Preserve in Montauk 10:00 am $50 includes materials Visit the preserve with visual land and waterscape artist Hilda Green Demsky & Nature Conservancy Naturalist Paul D’Andrea. After the Preserve Visit, the class will move to the Art Barge in Napeague where you will create your own masterpiece on Mylar using oil pigment sticks (or bring your own oil paints) with Ms. Demsky as guide. Advance reservations required. HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE 212-213-3717 Sun 8/5 Pancake Breakfast with Senator Hilary Clinton and President Bill Clinton 10:30 am $500 Individual/$1,000 Family Dune Lane, East Hampton JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton 324-9858 Sun 8/12 2007 Yard Sale Extraordinaire 10:00 am – 3:00 pm You can help feed the hungry while you shop for the finest yard sale merchandise in the Hamptons! A project of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons and the Social Action Committee Hunger Fund ELLEN’S RUN LBS Productions 329-5480 Sat 8/18 Sneakers del Arte to Benefit Ellen’s Run 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $150 Ellen & Chuck Scarborough invite you to join them in honoring the memory of Chuck’s sister, Cynthia Scarborough for Sneakers del Arte – 72 Artists & Celebrities contributin sculpted & painted sneakers. Coctails, Sumptous Hors d’oeuvres, Silent Auction, Live Auction Sun 8/19 12th Annual Ellen’s Run 5K East Hampton High School 9:00 am Rain or Shine For information go to www.ellensrun.com or call (631) 907-1952. Register online at www.active.com LAMBDA LEGAL IN THE HAMPTONS @ Madoo Conservancy, 618 Sagg Main Street Sagaponack Sat 8/4 A Garden Party Benefit 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $100. for tickets visit

www.lambdalegal.org/hamptons or contact Adam Pedersen-Doherty at 212-809-8585 Lambda Legal will host its annual summer event in the Hamptons on August 4, 2007. The event will be held at the beautiful gardens of Robert Dash at the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack. Guests will enjoy an evening in the luscious gardens, tours by Robert Dash, hors d’ouevres, cocktails courtesy of Christiania vodka and wine from Hafner Vineyard. Joan Garry, Board member of Lambda Legal and a resident of East Hampton, will offer an update on Lambda Legal’s current civil rights work. Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work. Support Lambda Legal, learn more about our important civil rights work, and mingle with other supporters in the Hamptons. Lisa Hardaway 212-809-8585 ext.266; Cell: 402369-2104 EAST HAMPTON SAND CASTLE CONTEST Atlantic Avenue Beach, Amagansett, 324-6250 Sat 8/4 Sponsored by the Clamshell Foundation to benefit Local Charities 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! Sat 8/11 Concert – Classical Strings and Slode Show 8:00 - 9:30 PM. Suggested Donation: $10 Custer Members; $13 Non-Members. An evening of classical music performed against a slide show back-drop. The quartet of talented artists features Anne Verticchio on violin, along with Ted Hoyle, Katie Gallagher, and Daniel Gladstone. Selections include: Beethoven String Quartet Op. 18, No. 1; Dvorak's "Bagatelles" (Op. 47), Handel's Trio Sonata Op. 5, Arvo Part's "Fraters" and "Speigel im Spiegel." Join us after the concert for a Perseid Meteor Shower Party. Sat 8/11 Perseid Meteor Shower Party 9:30 PM until 12AM. While the main show won't begin until 11PM on 8/12, a greater than usual frequency of meteors can be seen for a few days before and after most meteor showers as we pass through the trail of comet debris. So bring a blanket or a lawn chair and join us at Custer to watch the remnants from Comet Swift-Tuttle. Suggested Donation: FREE (but any contribution you'd care to make to show your support of Custer would be deeply appreciated). Sat 8/25 Training Program – Using the Celestron 14” Cassegrain 6:00 PM. Observatory Committee Member and C14 Manager, Steve Orlando, will conduct a training session for those who would like to serve as Custer Staff, operate the C14 and help with observing sessions on Saturday evenings. For further information about the training, contact Steve: sorlando@sorlano.com If you don't want to become a Staff Member but do want to learn to use this telescope, you may do so for a fee (contact: CusterDonna@yahoo.com for details). Sat 8/25 The Booby Trap (or “Off Our Chests”) Musical Review. Suggested donation: $10 Custer Members; $13 Non-Members. 8:00 pm This is the first time in the history of medicine and theatre that a musical deals with the subject of bras as a significant cause of breast cancer, a medical finding brought to public attention in an NBC special, "Bras: The Bare Facts." This musical is based on the book, Get It Off: Understanding the Cause of Breast Pain, Cysts, and Cancer by medical anthropologists, Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer, Directors of the Institute for the Study of Culturogenic Disease. In collaboration with award-winning composer, Leonard Lehrman (who'll be playing piano and singing along with cast members Helene Williams, Susan Blake, and Cary Bair), the authors created 17 songs that unabashedly deal with the interrelated social, environmental, and health issues. As reviewer Mark Greenfest (The New Music Connoisseur) described it: "A real pick-me-up. The libretto, although based on a very serious subject, makes its point with good humor, and the singers acted and sang with real flair." Following the performance will be a discussion on the environmental causes of breast cancer. Refreshments provided. Parental discretion is advised. MORTON NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 2595 Noyack Rd Sag Harbor 725-7598 Sun 8/5 Plover & Friends Day 1:00pm-4:00pm Come join us at Morton National Wildlife Refuge as we celebrate the world of plovers and their beach friends. A family fun event

that all ages are sure to enjoy. •1:00-1:30 Binocular and Bird Basics - Learn the basics about birds and how to spot them with binoculars. Meets at Contact Station •1:30-2:30 Habitat Hike - Hike the wilds of Morton and discover it.s diversity. Leaves from Contact Station •2:30-3:30 Plover Demonstration - Catch a rare glimpse of real plover eggs at our demonstration site at the beach platform. •2:30-3:00 Kids Beach Walk (ages 4-12) - Hey kids, love the beach? Find out who else does at our fun filled beach walk. Meet at beach platform. •3:00-4:00 Kids Bird Nest Craft - Before you leave, stop by the Contact Station to bring plover day home with you and make own bird nest craft. COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-3352 Walks and cruises scheduled for seal, bald eagle, whale, bird and other sea related wildlife. Reservations required. Mon 8/14 – Wed 8/16 2007 CRESLI Offshore Trip – The Great South Channel Join CRESLI, the Viking Fleet and other organizations on our yearly multi-day offshore trip to the Great South Channel. Spend more than 30 hours amongst the whales. From Montauk to the Great South Channel in search of Humpback, Fin, Minke Whales, and pelagic birds Depart Montauk: August 14, 2007 at 7:00 PM; back to Montauk at 10:30 PM on August 16. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 Wed 8/1 Buckskill Airport Loop 9 A.M (4 miles) Within sight or sound of some major infrastructure (airport, recreation complex, rifle range) you can still find beautiful tranquility on an easy (flat) trail in the western end of town. Meet on Wainscott-Northwest Rd (Daniel‘s Hole Rd) just north of the airport where the overhead power line crosses the road. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 8/4 Longpond Greenbelt 9 A.M (3 OR 5 miles) Hikers can choose between a shorter or longer trek through the popular Greenbelt trail in Sag Harbor. Woods, wetlands, and interconnected ponds, flat terrain. Meet at the entrance to Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Leader: Jill Barber 725-2143 Wed 8/8 Ralph’s Landing 9 A.M (2 miles) Good things still come in small packages. This easy 2 miler (some beach walking) has the best water views in the Northwest, including the Cedar Point Lighthouse, Barcelona Neck, Sag Harbor and Shelter Island. Meet at the water end of Mile Hill Road, off Old Northwest Road in East Hampton . Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Sat 8/11 Stephen Talkhouse Path 9 A.M (4-5 Miles) Stephen Talkhouse was proclaimed the world’s greatest walker;he was said to have walked from Montauk to Brooklyn in one day. Join us on this somewhat hilly path named in his honor. Meet at the Hither Hills Overlook off Route 27, one mile east of the Montauk Highway/Old Montauk Highway split. Leader: Lee Dion 375-2339 Sat 8/11 Beach Picnic, Indian Wells Beach Amagansett 6-9 P.M. Rain Date 8/18 BYO Picnic & a Goodie for the dessert table Wed 8/15 Shadmoor State Park 9 A.M (2.5 miles) This spectacular hike includes a newly cut woodsy trail, close-up views of WW II bunkers, and one of the most awesome views on the East End along the dramatic Montauk bluffs. Portions of the trail can be muddy after a rain; wear proper footgear. Meet at the Shadmoor parking lot on the south side of Rt. 27, about one quarter mile past Montauk center. A large sign marks the entrance. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Sat 8/18 Historic Montauk Bike Trip 9 A.M (20 miles) This leisurely ride will take us through the less known neighborhoods of Montauk that give this seaside village its special flavor. Meet at the parking area adjacent to the Montauk Library (on Route 27 one quarter mile east of town). Leader: Burton Greenhouse 668-6995 Sat 8/18 Poetry Hike at Sammy’s Beach 9A.M. (3 miles) 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. Leaders: Steve and Laurie Adler 329-2617 Wed 8/22 Northwest Exploration 9 A.M. (4 miles) Enjoy over 1000 acres of p reserved town and county woodland; much of it was when the Northwest was a thriving community three hundred years ago. Meet at the school house plaque at the sharp curve on the northern end of Northwest Road in East Hampton. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Sat 8/25 Springs Hike and Movable Feast 9 A.M. (2 miles) 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 .one half mile past the intersection of Old Stone Highway (Ashawagh Hall) on the left. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Sat 8/25 Accabonac Harbor Kayak Paddle 9 A.M. Join an “old salt” and Accabonac Harbor watcher on a tour of this historic inlet. BYO boat or call Mike Bottini (267-5228) for a delivered rental. Life vests are required. Meet at the end of Landing Lane, of Old Stone Hwy about half mile east of Springs General Store. Leader: Ray Hartjen 324-2490 Wed 8/29 Jacob’s Farm/Stony Hill 9 A.M (4 miles) One of many new loops in Stony Hill makes for an interesting contrast with Jacob’s Farm. Meet on Red Dirt Road across from Jacob’s Farm entrance, about a quarter mile past of Accabonac Rd. Leader: Jim Zajac 324-2425 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 8/4 - Whiskey Hill. 8AM-9:30AM. Meet at the end of Mill Road (off the east side of Lopers Path), Bridgehampton. Ocean view from the last hill of the moraine. 2-3 miles, some hills. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 8/5 - Kayak Cove Paddle. 9:30-11:30AM. Meet at the end of Cedar Point Lane (north of Noyac Road; grey cinder block car repair shop on corner; Millstone Road is on the south side of Noyac Road). Paddle through the beautiful coves on the east side of Jessups’ Neck. Optional swim. BYO kayak/canoe, life vest required. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 8/11 - Elliston Park. 9AM-11AM. Meet at the Elliston Park parking lot on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. A little bit of everything - woods, ponds, swamp, salt marsh. 4-5 miles. Howard Riesman, 631-283-5376. Sat 8/11 - Sarnoff Work Party. Call Ken Kindler at 631-563-4354 for details. Sun 8/12 - Barrel Hill to S.Y.S. 9AM-11AM. 4-5 miles, some hills. Meet on Edge of Woods Road, Southampton (where power lines cross road). Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 8/18 - Whiskey Hill/Fair Hills. 9AM-11AM. Walk to Whiskey Hill in silence with Joe Lane; then hike the new Fair Hills trail with Tony Garro and make as much noise as you like. Meet at the end of Bridge Hill Lane (west side of Brick Kiln Road about ½ mile north of Scuttlehole Road), Bridgehampton. 4 miles, some hills. Joe Lane 631-725-3942 or Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sun 8/19 - North Sea Harbor Kayak Adventure. 9AM-11AM. Meet at the town dock on Towd Point Road, Noyac. BYO kayak/canoe and life vest. Call Ken or Sue Bieger, 631-283-5432. Wed 8/22 - Long Pond Lecture Series. 6PM-7PM. Tonight’s topic is the history of the Greenbelt with Tony Garro. Meet at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center, 1061 Bridgehampton Tpk. Long driveway to the Schaffner House is 100 yards north of the Scuttlehole Road intersection, on the east side of the Tpk. Space is limited so call for reservations; Laura Smith, 631-287-5720. Sat 8/25 - Fair Hills/Mulvihill Loop. 9AM-11AM. 4 miles.

Park at the intersection of Fair Hills Drive and Brick Kiln Road, Sag Harbor. Hike through the mysterious Great Swamp. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sun 8/26 - Long Pond Greenbelt. 8AM-10AM. Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton Tpk., Bridgehampton. 4 plus miles through this glacial remnant. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 Unless indicated, GEE’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Sun 8/12 Walking the Point: A Natural History of Montauk Point 10:30 am to 12:30 pm Come walk the Point and learn about the natural forces that shaped Long Island and how this unique ecosystem continues to evolve today. We will start our hike high on the bluffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and work our way through the shadbush forests to the rocky shore. Along the way we will examine the plants, animals and geology that reveal the inner workings of these interwoven ecosystems. Please bring sunblock and water. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-5371400 (x12) or jsamuelson@groupforthesouthfork.org . Mon 8/13 – Thurs 8/16 Outdoor Naturalist Course 9:00 am to noon Group naturalist Steve Biasetti leads this tour of the various ecological communities on eastern Long Island. Through four successive mornings of activities and investigations, participants will enjoy a thorough introduction to the physical characteristics, plants, animals and ecological relationships of local woods, ponds, salt marshes, bays, and beaches. The course fee is $40 per person. Space will be limited to the first ten registrants. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 (x15) or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Wed 8/15 Bike Shelter Island 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm For the perfect end to a busy day, take a bike ride on Shelter Island with Kate Schertel and Jennifer Skilbred. We will meet at the South Ferry in North Haven and travel over to Shelter Island for a leisurely ride. Please wear light colored/reflective clothing, and bring your own bike helmet and bottle of water. Participants are responsible for ferry ticket ($5 roundtrip). Sorry, bike rentals are not available. For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel (631-537-1400 x13; kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org) or Jennifer Skilbred (631-537-1400 x18; jskilbred@groupforthesouthfork.org). Mon 8/20 Family Explorations for Budding Ecologists: The Salt Marsh 9:00 am – 11:00 am This exploration of the salt marsh, in combination with the following week’s exploration of the bay beach, is designed to introduce children (ages ~5-8) to the wonders of nature. Come out and learn about the amazing East End environment with educational games and scavenger hunts! Kids: remember to bring along a parent or guardian to join in the fun as well! Sign up for one or both explorations! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-537-1400 (x18) or jskilbred@groupforthesouthfork.org . Fri 8/24 Environmental Book Club: Book Junkies Wanted! 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Gather for the first ever meeting of the Group for the South Fork's quarterly Environmental Book Club. If you are interested in reading and discussing innovative environmental topics and philosophies, join us to discuss The Suicidal Planet, by Hillman, Fawcett and Chella Rajan, a book which provides an excellent background and current description on global warming and climate change. More importantly, this book takes a proactive approach at outlining necessary changes the global community needs to initiate to combat global warming. Be prepared to discuss the reading. We will be open to suggestions for readings for the second gathering, which will be held in November! If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-5371400 (x21) or jhartnagel@groupforthesouthfork.org. Mon 8/27 Family Explorations for Budding Ecologists: The Bay Beach 9:00 am – 11:00 am This exploration of the bay beach, in combination with the previous week’s exploration of the salt marsh, is designed to introduce children (ages ~5-8) to the wonders of nature. Come out and learn about the amazing East End environment with educational games and scavenger hunts! Kids: remember to bring along a parent or guardian to join in the fun as well! Sign up for one or both explorations! For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-537-1400 (x18) or jskilbred@groupforthesouthfork.org .

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 Stariper is available for private charters. The Stariper 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 FULL DAY PORGY FISHING: Beginning July 1st. Departs DAILY from Montauk at 5am-12noon. The fare is $60 per adult, $30 for kids 5-12 y/o. Under 5 y/o are FREE. The bait is provided free of charge. HALF DAY FLUKE FISHING: Departs DAILY at 8am-12noon and 1pm-5pm. The fare is $36 per adult, $18 for kids 5-12 y/o. Under 5 y/o are FREE. The Bait and Tackle is provided free of charge. NIGHT STRIPED BASS: Departs Tuesday through Sat at 7pm and returns at 1am. The fare is $75 per person. Live eels are provided free of charge. Reservations are strongly recommended! CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Every Thursday & Sunday in August: Winemaker’s Walk 1pm $15 per person. A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Reservations Requested Sat 8/11 & Sun 8/26 Art Show Event & Book Signing: Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Free Photography Exhibit: Celebration of the Natural Beauty of Long Island. Local artist and internationally acclaimed photographer Jake Rajs, will display some images from his new book, Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork and be available for book signings and discussions. CHANNING DAUGHTER WINERY 1927 Scuttlehole Road Bridgehampton, NY 537-7224 Thurs 8/2 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Tasting Class: The Wines of Trentino/Alto Adige (Northern Italy) $75 per person. Admission by advance ticket purchase only. Thurs 8/30 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Tasting Class: The Wines of Portugal $75 per person. Admission by advance ticket purchase only. THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Peconic 800-974-9899 Beginning August 15th, The Lenz Winery will be an official Hot Spot! Our customers will be able to sit outside, enjoy a glass of wine, and catch up on their email. Can you think of a better environment in which to work? I can't either. See you in the courtyard! Thurs 8/2 Wine & Cheese Pairing Seminar 6:30 - 8pm Admission: $25 (includes wine & cheese) Ever found yourself caught in front of the cheese counter and wondered what will go with tonight's wine? Here's your chance to take the guess-work out of wine & cheese pairing. Seminar led by Rosemary Batcheller, owner of The Village Cheese Shop (Mattituck & Southampton). Open only to Subscribers and their guests. Seminar limited to 30 people. To reserve your spot please email (office@lenzwine.com) or call (631.734.6010) WÖLFFER VINEYARD 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursday continues every week on the the terrace for the season. Every Thursday, 5:007:30pm, no reservations, no cover charge. Live music is performed by a variety of talented musicians and changes bi-monthly. Join the friendly scene and enjoy Wölffer wine by the glass and complimentary artisanal cheeses. Be transformed by the beautiful vineyard views. Wednesdays 8/8 & 8/15 Roman’s School of Wine 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Cost: $45 / $35 Wine Club Members Enjoy the pleasures of fine wine during a fun and relaxing evening with Winemaker, Roman Roth. Learn to taste and appreciate different varieties and tour the wine cellar for an insight into wine making. Sun 8/12 Grilling with Roman 7:00pm - 10:00pm $85.00 / $75.00 Wine Club Members Reservations: 631 537-5106 x 20

Demo, dinner and wine :.Learn the secrets of vine grilling and wine pairing with winemaker Roman Roth. Enjoy dinner under the stars on our beautiful terrace. OPERA OF THE HAMPTONS P.O. Box 1614 Southampton 728-8804 We are proud to present Festival 2007- our Sixteenth Season. YOU CAN BE A SPONSOR! For only $250.00, or more, you can be one of the Sponsors of an Opera. PICK YOUR OPERA, MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION And there you are, a Patron of the Arts.With every opera devotee contributing, we really can continue to mount your favorite operas and bring you the finest singers.Join us in this mighty effort. The East End of Long Island will have a reputation for the finest performances possible. Sat 8/18 From Opera to Broadway, Duck Walk Vineyards On The North Fork 44535 Main Rd Southold 5:30 pm A Fun Evening, Under The Stars, Great Wine, Great Music Starring Maria Ciccaglione, Shira Devra Flam, Barbara Heller, Olga Bakali, Nathan Baer, Ross Benoliel Ticket information: Presale $45 Priority & Door $55 Complimentary glass of wine served during intermission. Bring a blanket – picnics are welcome! Please call 631.728.8804 SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 25 Pond Lane, Southampton 287-4377 All concerts start at 6:30 PM and will run for approx. 2 hours with one brief intermission. There are no rain dates for concerts with the exception of the July 1st concert, which has a rain date on July 2nd in view of the holiday week. Wed 8/1 Precisions Classic Rock Coopers Beach Wed 8/8 Hampton Chamber Orchestra “Hamptons Pops” Agawam Park Wed 8/15 Isotope Stompers Dixie Agawam Park Wed 8/22 Lone Sharks Swinging Rock & Roll Coopers Beach Wed 8/29 Vivian and the Merrymakers Steel Band Agawam Park Thurs 8/30 SHINNECOCK RESERVATION Montauk Highway and West Gate Road, Southampton 287-2462 Fri 8/31 – Tues 9/2 61st Annual Shinnecock Powwow Gathering of Native Americans - Contest Powwow and Celebration. Music & Dance Performances, Sunset Fire Lightin, Dance Specials: Men’s Fancy, Men’s Traditional, Smoke Dance. Native Arts, Crafts, Demonstrations, Native Foods. Entertainment: Shinnecock’s Thunder Bird Sisters, The Narragansett Singers, Corn-bred, Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, Aztec Dancers, Der ek Whirlwind, Flutist, Litefoot. Grounds open Friday—3PM, Sat-Mon 10AMTickets: Grand Entry12:00 & 7PM $10 Adults, $7 Kids, Seniors & Handicap No Pets. For further information call Shinnecock Tribal Office (631)- 283-6143 x7 THE HAMPTON CLASSIC Snake Hollow Road Bridgehampton 537-3177 Sun 8/26 – Sun 9/2 32nd Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show $10 per person, $20 per carload, under six free. With 1,400 horses exhibiting and 40,000 spectators, this is one of the country's largest Show Jumping competitions. You'll also find over 60 vendors in our boutique garden, offering shopping for all interests and age groups -everything from antiques to fine art, souvenirs to saddles, gifts, toys, house wares to fashion and accessories. The Hampton Classic is also the premier social event of the Hamptons. Sun 8/26 Manhattan Mortgage Opening Day - $20,000 Nicolock Time Challenge Thurs 8/30 bluhammock Music Open Jumper 1.45 m Fri 8/31 $15,000 Prudentiial Douglas Elliman Open Jumper Speed Derby - $50,000 Grey Goose Vodka FEI World Cup Qualifier THE PUBLICK HOUSE 40 Bowden Square, Southampton 631- 283-2800 Sat 8/4 MacTalla Mor Band Celtic Music for the Masses. Along with Traditional Irish and Scottish tunes, MacTalla's original songs, arrangements and driving rhythms create an engaging and magical blend of the past and the present. Fri 8/10 Project Vibe in the Taproom. 10:30pm Sat 8/11 North Fork Craft Beer Festival @ Martha Clara Vineyards, Sound Avenue, Riverhead

Tastings at Noon-4, 5:30-9:30 $45 - online purchase (Online purchasing available soon) $55 - at the door $10 for designated drivers Each attendee receives a 4oz. glass. The event will take place rain or shine (no refunds). No one admitted on the day of the event without photo id. No expections. Sponsored by WBAB. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the New York State Brewers Association and Long Island Cares: The Harry Chapin Food Bank. ESTIA CANTINA 77 Main Street, Amagansett 267-6320 Live Jazz – Tues & Wed 8:00 pm & 10:00 pm. Wednesday’s Early Show broadcast live on WLIU 88.3FM and WCWP 88.1FM Seats are $25 if purchased in advance and $35 at the door Every Thursday - Mambo Loco (Room to Dance! Do you Mambo?) 8:00 pm Creative, spirited, lively-up-yourself energy comes from the one and only Bill smith, a pianist and composer from the east end of Long Island. A graduate of Berklee, in Boston, Bill studied with Gary Burton, Bily Pierce and Alan Dawson and developed his distinctive jazz sound. Back to NY he began playing with RCA artist Gil Parris at the 55 Bar and other haunts. He cut the album The Syndicate of Soul with Dr. John, Hiram Bullock, and Will Calhoun. Bills Carribbean adventure began when he joined The SKATALITES. He toured with the original band backing up Bob Marley and the original Wailers. With his unique blend of reggae, ska, latin, and jazz he played along side Monty Alexander, Toots Hibbert of the Maytals, Ernest Ranglin, Lester Bowie, STEVE TURRE, and David Murray. Tues 7/31 & Wed 8/1 Ola Onabule OLA ONABULE is considered one of the finest soul singer/songwriters of his generation and above of all one of the most compelling performers to come out of the UK. Ola became an independent artist after a short spell with Elektra Records whereupon he began his own label, Rugged Ram Records and has gone on to release five albums with a sixth on its way. In September 2007, Ola will release his sixth studio album THE DEVOURED MAN. A collection of 12 powerfully, introspective songs that weave incisive lyrics around captivating melodies. Ola will begin a national tour which will take in dates in The US and four major festivals in Germany and Switzerland. THE DEVOURED MAN is the feature song which talks about thecorruptibility of men who come to power with ideals and dreams fortheir people and their apparent moral collapse when power is seized. What happens to Leaders and people in power who compromisethose around them for individualgain and profit...? Tues 8/7 & Wed 8/8 Daniela Schächter Daniela Schächter started early her musical career: by her mid-teens was already performing publicly in Sicily, Italy, as well as doing studio session work. After her classical studies she moved to Boston MA as recipient of a scholarship to the Berklee College of Music, where she studied with Phil Wilson, Joe Lovano, Hal Crook and above all with Joanne Brackeen. Daniela has performed at the Brass Group Jazz Festival, the Umbria Jazz Fest, the Cape May Jazz Festival, the Cleveland Jazz Fest with the Rainbow Big Band, the International Trumpet Guilt Conference, the Kennedy Center, the Sarasota Jazz Festival, the Cape Cod Jazz Festival, ‘The Blue Note’ with ‘The Tiger Okoshi Quartet’, the Symphony Hall with the Boston Pops and Patti Austin, the Ravinia Jazz Festival with the Count Basie Big Band and the Hollywood Bowl. Tues 8/21 & Wed 8/22 Junior Mance! Book now as Junior has sold out all shows he has done in the past at Estia Cantina. Don’t miss this one. Mance has been part of the “100 Golden Fingers” and he was the pianist in Lionel Hampton’s all star touring band, “The Golden Men of Jazz." On November 21, 1997, in Tampa Florida, Mance was inducted into The International Jazz Hall of Fame. Sun 8/26 Jesse Harris Grammy award-winning songwriter Jesse Harris, whose label released Sasha Dobson’s album, “Modern Romance” and who has written several songs for Madeleine Peyroux’s release, has been spending the month of August in Springs. He performed last summer at Estia Cantina in Amagansett and can be seen there again on August 26. He has written the score for Ethan Hawk’s next movie, The Hottest State, with music performances by Willie Nelson, Norah Jones, Emmylou Harris and others. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Wed 8/1 Jimmie Dale Gilmore - 8PM $45/30, 10PM - Karaoke with Harry - $5 Thurs 8/2 Jonatha Brooke 8:00 pm $55VIP/$40 Gen., 10PM - Weird Jellyfish - $10 Fri 8/3 They Might Be Giants 8PM $80/65 Booga Sugar 10:00 pm $20 Sat. 8/4 Los Amigos Invisibles - 8:00 pm $50 (Venezuelan disco funk band), Second Step - 10:30PM $25 Sun 8/5 The Blue Jackets - 9PM - $20, White Trash Party - 9PM $10

Mon 8/ 6 - Ron Pope - 8PM $10, 10:30 PM - Irish Phil - $10 Tues 8/7 Badfish - A tribute to Sublime- 8pm $35 all tickets Wed 8/8 Great Ceasar's Ghost - Benefit for Surfrider Foundation - 8PM $10, Karaoke with Harry 10PM $5 Thurs 8/9 Tommy Castro Band 8:00 pm $40VIP/$30 Gen Fri 8/10 North Mississippi Allstars 8:00 pm $50, Hot Lava - 10PM $20 Sat 8/11 Marty Balin 8:00 pm $50 VIP/$35 Gen., The Nancy Atlas Project 10:30 pm $25 Sun. 8/12 Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes 8:00 pm $135 VIP/ $120 GEN, Winston Irie 10:30PM $10 Mon 8/13 - Jon Divello Band - 9PM $10 Tues 8/14 Sonny Landreth 8:00 pm $55 VIP/$40 Gen, 10:30PM - The Blaggards - $10 Wed 8/15 Aztec Two Step - 8PM $35/30, Karaoke with Harry - 10PM $5 Thurs 8/16 - Steve Nieve - 8PM $10 Fri. 8/17 8:00 pm Chris Barron of the Spin Doctors, 10:30 Booga Sugar pm $20 Sat 8/18 Ollabelle 8PM $40 VIP/ $25 GEN http://www.ollabelle.net/ "Ollabelle came together because of these musicians' love of this music, without thought of success or career or any of the other trappings of the modern professional music business. It has great value to our culture, adding new life to a tradition that is an important part of who we are. But mostly, they sound great. They sing great and they play great, and they are wonderful people." T-Bone Burnett Sat. 8/18 The Majestic Band 11:00 pm $25 Sat 8/18 Rock the Farm BENEFIT with the Giving Tree and Friends @ John's Lane Farm; 145 Middle Highway; East Hampton 6pm - 11pm Tickets: $75 online until August 17th $85 at the door A benefit for Row New York and The Giving Tree Foundation. Open Bar, Dinner, Dancing. Live Music from The Giving Tree Band & Rebecca Haviland, the Nancy Atlas Project and surprise Musical Guests. For more info and tickets: www.GivingTreeNYC.com Sun 8/19 - Diana Berry - Benefit for Friends Indeed 8PM $10, Inner Roots - 10:30PM $10 Mon 8/20 - Too Busy Being Bored - 8PM $10 Tues 8/21- Dan Aslin 9:00 pm $10, Telly 10:00 $10 Singer/Songwriter, Jet Jaguar 11:00 pm $10 local rock and roll band Wed 8/22 The Stephen Talkhouse "20th" Birthday Party 8:00 pm Come celebrate our 20th Birtday Party. Bands to Perform: The Nancy Atlas Project, Klyph Black, Little Head Thinks, Terrence Simien, and Others. $5 cover (feel free to donate more it all goes to the WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT) $5 ALL DRINKS LOTS OF FUN SPECIAL SURPRISES! Thurs 8/23 The Nancy Atlas Project 8:00 pm $10 Original A Americana Rock and Roll with a trace of Southern Comfort Fri 8/24 Vic Thrill and Mad Larry - 8PM $20 all tickets, Winston Irie 10:30 pm $20 Sat 8/25 Suzanne Vega - 8/25 -7PM - $75/60, Amy Birdsong Band featuring Paul Hudson - 9PM $15, Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm $25 Sun 8/26 Winston Irie – 11:00 pm _ $10 - With Special Guests - Nick Kraus Birthday Party Tues 8/28 7:00 pm The Blue Jackets - Benefit for Wouned Warrior Project, 10PM - Left of the Slash $10 Wed 8/29 Steel Pulse 8:00pm $110 All Tickets, Karaoke with Harry – 11:00 PM $5 Thurs 8/30 10:00 pm Hot Lava $10 Fri 8/31 James McMurtry 8:00 pm $40 VIP/$25 Gen, Giving Tree – 11:00 pm $20

September THE HAMPTON CLASSIC Snake Hollow Road Bridgehampton 537-3177 Sun 8/26 – Sun 9/2 32nd Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show $10 per person, $20 per carload, under six free.

With 1,400 horses exhibiting and 40,000 spectators, this is one of the country's largest Show Jumping competitions. You'll also find over 60 vendors in our boutique garden, offering shopping for all interests and age groups -everything from antiques to fine art, souvenirs to saddles, gifts, toys, house wares to fashion and accessories. The Hampton Classic is also the premier social event of the Hamptons. Sat 9/1 Cablevision’s Kids Day presented by Spamalot - $10,000 Wolffer Estate Equitation Championship - $25,000 Sotheby’s International Realty Challenge Sun 9/2 $10,000 Hermes Hunter Classic - $25,000 Calvin Klein Show Jumping Derby - $150,000 FTI Grand Prix. Reserved Grandstand Seats 9/2 only $15 pp for bench/$25 for bucket seats SHINNECOCK RESERVATION Montauk Highway and West Gate Road, Southampton 287-2462 Fri 8/31 – Tues 9/2 61st Annual Shinnecock Powwow Gathering of Native Americans - Contest Powwow and Celebration. Music & Dance Performances, Sunset Fire Lightin, Dance Specials: Men’s Fancy, Men’s Traditional, Smoke Dance. Native Arts, Crafts, Demonstrations, Native Foods. Entertainment: Shinnecock’s Thunder Bird Sisters, The Narragansett Singers, Corn-bred, Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, Aztec Dancers, Der ek Whirlwind, Flutist, Litefoot. Grounds open Friday—3PM, Sat-Mon 10AMTickets: Grand Entry12:00 & 7PM $10 Adults, $7 Kids, Seniors & Handicap No Pets For further information call Shinnecock Tribal Office (631)-283-6143 x7 GUILD HALL 158 Main Street East Hampton 324-0806 Sun 9/2 Playwrights Theatre of East Hampton Presents a Reading of The Shakespeare Road, a new comedy by Ruth Wolff @ East Hampton Studios $20 / $18 members. Post show dessert reception A gorgeous ingénue and a dashing matinee idol are forced to share a shabby dressing room where they match wits in desperation to revive their flagging careers and salvage their wounded egos, while coming to terms with their aging, tempestuous lives and each other. An audience Q&A with performers, playwright and director follows the performance. Mon 9/17 Golf Benefit at The Bridge. Registration begins at 12:00 PM, Lunch will be served and play is set for a 1:00 PM Shotgun Start. $625 per person Includes Greens Fees, Dinner, Post-play Cocktails and Prizes. There is no better time of the year in the Hamptons than when Summer slowly changes to Fall. The sun is still bright, the air is crisp, the traffic is lighter and the golf is fantastic! GUILD HALL invites you to play at the most OUT-OF-THE-BOX GOLF COURSE in the UNITED STATES! THE BRIDGE is an award winning 18 hole golf course with 7341 yards and par-72. The design is an artsy postmodern treatment including ruins of the former Bridgehampton Motor Racing Circuit, complete with guard rails and flag stations that pop up among the lush fairways. It's maverick feel and attitude make it the first high end club that dares to be hip rather than pretentious! Tues 9/18 The Naked Stage: Naked Vaudeville – Short Comedies by Anton Chekhov, Wendy Wasserstein, Bud Abbot & Lou Costello 7:30 pm The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall Lead Artist: Josh Gladstone, Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. A variety evening featuring short comic sketches by the above-named playwrights, plus a few curious surprises thrown in for good measure… 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. Sat 9/29 Downtown 81 Film Screening After party with Special Guests Maripol, Glenn O’Brien and Billy Sullivan 6pm at Guild Hall $50 For more information, please call Guild Hall at 631 324-0806 Guild Hall’s Junior Circle is having a fundraiser for Guild Hall’s Capital Campaign by hosting a film screening of DOWNTOWN 81, featuring Jean Michael Basquiat. Celebrate the movers and shakers of the 80s New York underground downtown scene and experience more of this vibrant decade through the artwork of Billy Sullivan on view in the galleries. Guests will join producer Maripol, writer Glenn O’Brien, and artist Billy Sullivan for an after party of conversation, music by Triplefreq and rum cocktails at Guild Hall. Tickets are $50. Proceeds will benefit the restoration of the John Drew Theater. Capacity is limited, so please reserve early by calling 631 324-0806. DOWNTOWN 81 is a feature film starring the legendary American artist Jean Michel Basquiat.

Basquiat was a 19 year old painter, graffiti artist, poet and musician when he played the lead in this film, which vividly depicts the explosive downtown New York art and music scene of 1980-81. The cast includes Deborah Harry, and leading bands of the era including Kid Creole and the Coconuts, James White and the Blacks, DNA, Tuxedo Moon, the Plastics, and Walter Steding and the Dragon People. Also heard on the soundtrack are rap legend Melle Mel, John Lurie, Lydia Lunch, Suicide, Vincent Gallo, Kenny Burrell and Basquiat’s own band, Gray. Downtown 81 not only captures one of the most interesting and lively artists of the twentieth century as he is poised for fame, but it is a slice of life from one of the most exciting periods in American culture, with the emergence of new wave music, new painting, hip hop and graffiti. Billy Sullivan has accumulated thousands of images that he views as a visual diary of his life, characterizing the people and things around him. From this archive he creates paintings, pastels and ink drawings, primarily portraits and still lifes. Sullivan was included in the 2006 Whitney Biennial in which his work received critical acclaims by a number of critics and writers. The Guild Hall Exhibition includes painting, drawings, photography and a multi-media installation. THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 Rates and schedules are subject to change. All trips depart from and return to Montauk Harbor unless noted. Reservations required Trip Type

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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 Sat 9/8 All Island (and beyond) Star Party All the major astronomical organizations on Long Island (Custer, AOS or Amateur Observers Society, ASLI or Astronomical Society of Long Island, MO or Montauk Observatory), and the AAA or Amateur Astronomer's Association of NYC, will gather at Custer for a star party (lots of people setting up their telescopes, observing the night sky and sharing their love of astronomy), possibly preceded by a BBQ. Check back closer to the date for details. Sat 9/22 An Evening with John Dobson 8:00 - 9:30 PM Suggested donation: $13 Custer Members; $15 NonMembers

Custer is honored to host this special evening with one of the most important contributors to astronomy in our time. John Dobson is a genuine living legend. He revolutionized astronomy with his invention of the Dobsonian mount and inspired countless individuals around the world to look up and appreciate the universe around them. JD was born in 1915. After returning to the US from China with his parents (both academicians), he obtained a degree in chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley, and later became a Vedantic monk who attempted to reconcile science and religion. While at the monastery, he honed his skills as a telescope maker and launched the sidewalk astronomy movement. He has authored several books (including "Beyond Space and Time") and is the subject of the acclaimed film, "A Sidewalk Astronomer." Please join us for this special evening when JD will answer your questions, and speak about cosmology, his life, and his work with the clarity, wisdom, and wit that has contributed to his reputation as a truly exceptional individual. Refreshments and observing follow the talk. Seating is limited so please contact CusterDonna@yahoo.com or call 631-765-2626 for reservations.. In-Service Credit: If your district awards one credit for every 15 hours of instruction, one-tenth of a credit may be received for this educational event. The Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Tues 8/14 – Sun 9/2 Mainstage: The Lady In Question 8:00 pm 7:00 Sundays Matinees some Wednesdays $65 & $75 By Charles Busch Directed by Christopher Ashley. The one and only Charles Busch! This free-wheeling satire of 1940’s thrillers tells the suspenseful tale of Gertrude Garnet, a glamorous diva and self-obsessed concert pianist on tour in the heart of Bavaria. Her colossal ego is challenged when a handsome American professor engages her aid in rescuing his mother from a Nazi prison. "The Lady In Question is hilarious company." – Frank Rich, The New York Times The Picture Show@Bay Street Theatre - our classic film series that gives you the opporunity to see films as they were meant to be seen - - on the big screen! All movies start at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 each - unless otherwise noted - and can be purchased one hour prior to the movie. Sat 9/1 “The Lady In Question Is Charles Busch” 11:00 pm All tickets are $25. Labor Day Weekend Special Event! Join us for a screening of this documentary followed by a Q & A with Charles Busch and Julie Halston! Fri 9/28 & Sat 9/29 Laurence Olivier Weekend 8:00 pm All tickets $5 Friday Pride and Prejudice Saturday Wuthering Heights Sat 9/29 Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series: Mother Of Invention by Alexandra GerstenVassilaros, Directed by Will Frears 3:00 pm Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series offers established and emerging playwrights an opportunity to hear their new work in front of an audience. It is also a forum to determine a new play's readiness and suitability for possible production at the Theatre. COMEDY @ BAY STREET THEATRE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Mon 9/3 Robert Schimmel 8:00 pm $50 Robert Schimmel proves the best comedy comes from truth especially in relationships and sex. Former In Living Color staff writer, Schimmel has been seen in Scary Movie2, A Low Down Dirty Shame, and Blankman. Sat 9/8 Zach Galifianakis 8:00 pm $50 You know him from TV's "Boston Common" and from his numerous appearances on late night talk shows including "Letterman", "Conan" and "Jimmy Kimmel". Galifinakis' has also appeared in numerous films including Corky Romano, Bubble Boy, Heartbreakers and Out Cold. KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Sun 9/30 Russian American Kids Circus Two Shows 1:00 pm & 4:00 pm $12 Back by popular demand! A dazzling mix of circus acts, theater, dance, music and comedy all performed by kids. All Ages. THE BAY STREET THEATRE ADULT CLASSES Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Saturdays - Playwriting Workshop with William Burford $125 per 4 week session (Through October 2007) 10am - 1pm Playwrights hear their scripts read, followed by supportive discussion from other active writers under the guidance of director, writer

and Bay Street General Manager William Burford. Bill is the General Manager of Bay Street Theater. He has directed over 60 productions across the U.S., specializing in new works, and has produced many more. He is a panelist on the New York State Council for the Arts. Bill has taught theatre, interdisciplinary arts and creative process. Many in this group are seasoned playwrights, some new to the craft. Newcomers are encouraged to sit in a first session without cost. All participants are expected to present current work. Participants sign up for four sessions at a time. Please call Bill Burford at 631-725-0818 ext. 104 for additional information. OPERA OF THE HAMPTONS P.O. Box 1614 Southampton 728-8804 We are proud to present Festival 2007- our Sixteenth Season. YOU CAN BE A SPONSOR! For only $250.00, or more, you can be one of the Sponsors of an Opera. PICK YOUR OPERA, MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION And there you are, a Patron of the Arts. With every opera devotee contributing, we really can continue to mount your favorite operas and bring you the finest singers. Join us in this mighty effort. The East End of Long Island will have a reputation for the finest performances possible. Sat 9/8 Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata, Levitas Center for the Arts, Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane Southampton 287-4377 7:30 pm Lyricism, Passion, A Courtesan In Love, The Price of Honor CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sun 9/2 Reception for artist Pam Focarino’s exhibit, Abstract Landscapes, oils on board 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm The exhibition runs through October 1. Sat 9/8 6:00 pm. Poet Luigi Fontanella reads from Land of Time: Selected poems 1972 - 2003 Sat 9/15 Celebrate Sag HarborFest and Sag Harbor´s 300th anniversary 6:00 pm Special event with local authors TBA. Sun 9/23 Poet Joan Larkin reads from My Body: New and Selected Poems 2:00 pm Sat 9/29 6:00 pm Author Ian Fraizer to read. EAST END BOOKSTORE & GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Books, Gallery & Music 8/18 through 9/6 : Images of the Hamptons, limited edition color photographs by Gerald Sprayregen. Images of the Hamptons is a gallery exhibition featuring the new photographs of Gerald Sprayregan. Favorite scenes of the Hamptons have been beautifully captured and unusually reproduced as stunning framed giclee prints on canvas. Sat 9/1 Closing reception for the photographer 6:00 – 7:30 p.m 9/8 – 10/4 Exhibit: Lynn Kohlman Mainly Main Beach, limited edition color photographs by Lynn Kohlman. Sat 9/8 Reception for the photographer 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. ALISON RESTAURANT 95 School Street, Bridgehampton 537-7100 POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE 830 Fireplace Road, East Hampton. 324-4929 Thursdays at 7 p.m. Artists on Film at Stony Brook Southampton Duke Lecture Hall, Chancellors Hall, 239 Montauk Highway, Southampton Tickets $5 /members free “Artists Make Movies: Montage, Collage, Collision” Art and film have always enjoyed a unique aesthetic connection, going back to the 1920s cinematic works of Man Ray, Fernand Léger and Salvador Dalí. More recently, there are many extraordinary examples of artists who combine the techniques of movie-making and static art forms art to create innovative approaches to both narrative and imagery. This year’s Artists on Film series will examine a sampling of them. Marion Wolberg Weiss, the art critic for Dan’s Papers and an adjunct professor of communications at Stony Brook Southampton, will introduce the films and lead follow-up discussions. Thurs 9/6 Short films by local artist/film makers, Jeff Dell, Edvard Lieber, Christa Maiwald, the late Stan VanDerBeek and others. Program to be announced.

Thurs 9/13 “ Before Night Falls” (2000), directed by Julian Schnabel Painter Julian Schnabel’s second feature film, set in Castro’s Cuba, is based on the memoirs of writer Reinaldo Arenas, who was persecuted for his freedom of expression and his homosexuality. Javier Bardem’s powerful performance as Arenas earned him an Academy Award nomination. Thurs 9/ 20 “Wassup Rockers” (2005), written and directed by Larry Clark Photographer Larry Clark is known for films that chronicle the dark side of teenage culture, beginning in 1995 with Kids. In his latest film, a group of LA skater boys infiltrates Beverly Hills, where they attract local rich girls—and plenty of trouble with the police, jealous boyfriends and nervous parents. Thurs 9/27 “Mulholland Drive” (2001), written and directed by David Lynch Lynch’s sensibility is unique in today’s cinema. In this thriller, the lives of Rita (Laura Herring), an amnesiac, and Betty (Naomi Watts), a perky young woman in search of Hollywood stardom, become strangely intertwined. The two women soon discover that nothing is as it appears in the city of dreams. PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 Sat 9/1 Quail Hill Farm Event: The Tomato Taste-Off The Quail Hill Farm Great Tomato Taste-Off has quickly become a mainstay event for the East End. Each year, the farm organically grows somewhere in the range of 40 to 45 varieties of cherry, paste and heirloom tomatoes of all shapes, sizes and colors – including red, pink, orange, yellow, purple, and green. The summer’s hot sunny days and occasional rainfall help fulfill the promise of an outstanding crop from year to year. With pen and clipboard in hand, “tasters” taste and rate the tomatoes – with cubes of country bread and designer water to cleanse the palate between bites. Don’t miss this now-famous event! This year, Quail Hill Farm is organically growing 50 varieties of cherry, paste and heirloom tomatoes of all shapes, sizes and colors including red, pink, orange, yellow, purple and green. This year, the farm has planted 21 new varieties, so let’s see how they stand up to our favorites! With pen and clipboard in hand, you will taste and rate your way among large tables lined with plates of tomatoes cut into bite-sized pieces. The Great Tomato Taste-off is a unique opportunity to sample all varieties of tomatoes at one time and vote for your favorites. Come taste and see how the 2007 tomatoes rate! Except for Sun Gold and a few other early varieties, tomatoes grown at Quail Hill Farm are open pollinated varieties, and many are heirlooms. Heirloom tomatoes are open-pollinated varieties developed before 1940. Open-pollinated tomatoes have the ability, unlike hybrids, to reproduce seed.$10/non-farm members, $5/farm members (suggested contribution), kids under 12 free. Heavy rains cancel. Sat 9/8 Migratory Bird Walk with Hugh McGuinness 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Quail Hill Farm, Side Hill Lane, Amagansett Please join us for this approximately 1 1/2 mile easy walk along Deep Lane, across to Stony Hill Road and along a portion of the Paumanok Path. Learn from the wonderful expertise of birder Hugh McGuinness and observe a variety of neo-tropical migratory birds enjoying the open spaces, shelter and food found at Quail Hill Farm as they stop to rest during their annual flight south. Sightings from previous years include: warblers, tanagers, vireos, flycatchers and thrushes. Meet at the farm stand, bring your binoculars, and wear comfortable hiking shoes. No charge to Quail Hill Farm and Peconic Land Trust members, $5 all others. Hike is limited to 20 participants, so please call for a reservation. Heavy rain cancels. Sat 9/8 Fall Harvest Day at Seven Ponds Orchard 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon 65 Seven Ponds Road, Water Mill Meet Tim and Karen Kraszewski at their farmstand for a morning of fun! Ride the hay wagon around the orchard, and venture in to select your pick from their apple trees. Explore their 3-acre corn maze, climb and play on the wood sculptures, and pick a bouquet of sunflowers and cosmos. “You-pick” sugar snap peas and string beans will also be ready! Don’t forget to visit the farmstand for more fresh vegetables and fruits, and bring your camera for pictures of the kids! Refreshments available, $10/person includes quarter peck bag for apples, corn maze, hayride and bouquet of you-pick flowers. Rain cancels. Sat 9/15 A Day at the Farm: Apple Picking and InFARMational Tour at the Mini-Milk Pail and Corn Maze Adventures at Fairview Farm 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. 757 Mecox Road and 19 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton Bring your kids to the Mini-Milk Pail at 10 am to start your day picking delicious apples and enjoy a farmer-guided hayride tour of the orchard and pumpkin fields! After selecting your apples, wander through 10 acres of pumpkins for just the right one to grace your front step. Enjoy a variety of refreshments, including fresh apple cider, donuts, apple muffins and other tasty treats. Then, move next door to Fairview Farm for a corn maze adventure where you can get lost in the maze and find some fun! Enjoy roasted

corn, take a shot at the corn cannon, and visit a variety of farm animals on-site. Mini-Milk Pail tour, $5/adult, $3/child. Purchase of apples is extra, pay by the bag. Fairview Farm corn maze adventure, $10/adult, $7/child 3-12 years, free to children under 3. Rain date, September 16, beginning at noon. Sat 9/22 Canning Workshop with Classie Parker 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. Quail Hill Farm, Side Hill Lane, Amagansett $5/person. Meet us in the orchard for a hands-on canning workshop with Classie Parker, president and founding member of Five Star Garden, located on West 121st Street in Harlem. A trainer specializing in canning at Just Food in New York, Classie will introduce you to the basics of home canning and show you how to preserve home-grown foods to enjoy a taste of summer all year long. Quail Hill Farm’s own organically-grown produce will be featured during this fun and very informative workshop in the orchard. In the event of rain, we will move into the farm office. GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM 4558 Sound Avenue (corner of Northville TPK) Aquebogue 7228777 Sun 9/9 Farm Visit Day 10:00 am-4:00 pm CSA members, family, friends, and anyone else interested in seeing the farm are invited to take a walk and hayride tour through our fields. Please bring a bag lunch and drinking water, closed toe shoes that can get dirty, and a sunhat or sunscreen. Transportation to the farm is by LIRR, Hampton Jitney bus or private transportation (you can contact your CSA group for info on possible carpools or post to your location on this forum). See www.gardenofevefarm.com/Volunteer.htm for links to public transportation schedules. Sun 9/30 Gleaning & Sukkot Celebration 10:00 am-4:00 pm We are planning a day of fun activities around the Jewish harvest holiday of Sukkot on September 30, 2007 from 10am-4pm. The day will include gleaning the fields and building a sukkah which will be decorated with vegetables picked that day at the farm. For more details contact your CSA coordinator or email farmer@gardenofevefarm.com. Sat 9/29 & Sun 9/30 Fourth Annual Long Island Garlic Festival 10 am-6pm, $2 admission, kids under 6 free Garlic Lovers Unite for Celebration of Food, Farming, and Fun! Long Island’s Third Annual Garlic Festival, an all-day celebration of the wonders of “Garliciana,” with festival vendors featuring a wide variety of garlic inspired foods, crafts, music, theater, and just plain garlic. Live Music, Arts and Crafts, Puppet Theater, and a Childrens Area and Petting Zoo will keep the little ones entertained. Activities will include petting farm animals, farm tours, and more. If it's not obvious from all of the above, the Long Island Garlic Festival is all about celebrating the harvest season, enjoying good garlic, and most of all, having fun! THE GREAT GARLIC COOK-OFF!!! FREE ADMISSION if you bring a dish to enter! Cook-Off Details: Bring a hot or cold dish by 2:30 pm on Saturday, to enter in one of the following competitive classes: “Most Garlicky”; “Sweet, Sweet Garlic”; “Savory Garlic”; “Jams & Jellies”; and “Pickles”. No entry fee or pre-registration required. First, Second, and Third prizes will be awarded in each class. Judging will take place from 3-4 pm on Sat Sept 29. Call for additional details. MIRACLE HOUSE 80 Eighth Avenue, NY NY 10011-5126 212-989-7790 Sun 9/2 – Mon 9/16 Wait Time Miracle Paddle 2007 Launch Time 7:00 am Montauk Arrival Time in Block Island 12:00 pm An 18-mile open ocean crossing and a 9-mile challenge to keep hope afloat for Miracle House. Miracle Paddle 18 mile challenge is a six-hour paddling excursion from Montauk to Block Island that will test the will power and endurance of kayakers and paddlers against the ocean waters. Athletes are training all summer in anticipation of the event with a September 2nd – 16th wait time for the best weather conditions. You are welcome to participate as an athlete and experience this spectacular expedition first hand. Training sessions are available with trained paddlers. Participating athletes are committed to raising a minimum of $2500. Call or visit www.miraclehouse.org forregistration or sponsorship opportunities EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 Sat 9/1 Kayack Paddle & Moveable Feast 9:00 am Explore the western and northern shores of Three Mile Harbor, including Hands Creek and Sammy’s Beach, then stop at Joy and Richard’s for coffee and ….Meet at the dead end of Island Rd in the Hampton Waters section of EH, off Springy Banks via Three Mile Harbor Rd. BYO boat or call for delivered rental (267-6325). Life vests are required. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 3241127 9/1 Ocean View Trail (3 miles) 10:00 am

This lovely, somewhat hilly trail takes us through an oak forest past the tranquil Fresh Pond in Hither Woods. 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 Wed 9/5 Grace Estate/ Cedar Point Park (4 miles) 10:00 am This moderately-paced walk on flat terrain in Northwest will provide interesting views of a number of interconnected bodies of water. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd about 3/10 of a mile from the intersection with Alewive Brook Rd. Leader: Richard Lupoletti (631) 324-1127 Sat 9/8 Monk’s Place (4 miles) 10:00 am This easy 4-miler (some beach walking) has the best water views in the Northwest, including the Cedar Point Lighthouse, Barcelona Neck, Sag Harbor, and Shelter Island. Meet at the end of Mile Mill Rd, off Old Northwest Rd in East Hampton. Leader: Gene Makl (631) 324-8662 Sat 9/8 Special Bike Tour of Block Island 9:20 am This visit to Block Island will include stops at natural landmarks as well as historic sites. You are responsible for round trip fares, parking charges, and a possible dinner at Gosmans at day’s end. Ferry reservations are necessary (VikingFerry.com or 631-6685700). There is a Hampton Jitney that will take you directly from Manhattan to the Viking Ferry Terminal in Montauk, inclusive with bikes and a return to Manhattan. Please speak with us over Labor Day weekend or in NYC several days before September 8th. Ferry returns to Montauk at 5 PM. Leaders: Jerry Brown and Lois Peltz (631) 329-9414 or (212) 689-3991 Wed 9/12 "From Here to Eternity" (4.5-5 miles) 10:00 am Walking east along the Paumanok Path we will circle to the north side of Fresh Pond, then head north to waterfence on Napeague Bay, and, going west along the beach behind the primary dune, to Goff Point and the backside of the Walking Dunes. Meet on Napeague Harbor Rd, 1/3 mile north of Montauk Hwy (Rte 27). Leader: Nick Stephens (631) 267-6342 Sat 9/15 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 (631) 668-2093 Wed 9/19 Amagansett Fresh Pond (3-4 miles) 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 the parking lot at the end of Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett. Leaders: Valerie King and David Jones (631) 267-3024 Sat 9/22 Northwest Delights (5-6 miles) 10:00 am The leaders invite us to explore some of their favorite woodland paths and beaches. Moderate to fast pace. Bring refreshing drinks and trail snacks. Meet at the schoolhouse plaque on Northwest Rd, about 3/10 of a mile from the intersection with Alvewive Brook Rd in EH. Leaders: Jeri Wellman and Nick Bryan (631) 324-9290 Wed 9/26 East Hampton Village (3 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 and through the Nature Preserve. Leader: Melanie Ross (631) 267-6342 Sat 9/29 Early Bird Exercise Hike (3-4 miles) 8:00 am Early risers will meet on Abrahams Path in western Amagansett (about 2/10 mile north of the intersection with Town Lane in EH for a moderately fast-paced workout through a lush beech forest. Leader: Ethel Pulaski (631) 329-1470 Sat 9/29 Longshanks Hike #3 (8 miles) 9:00 am Starting at Camp Hero Rd, this hike will take us along the Point Woods trail to Turtle Cove, then on to Money Pond and the Seal Haulout Trail. From there we proceed along the beach to Oyster Pond and along the road trail to Theodore Roosevelt County Park, to the Ogden’s Brook Trail, and back to Camp Hero Rd. Bring plenty of food and liquids. Leader: Ed Porco (631) 668-2093 Sat 9/29 Quail Hill Farm (2-3 miles) 10:00 am Bring the kids on this stroll through the Amagansett community farm. We will see crops of vegetables in season, visit the chicken house, observe activity (from a distance) at the beehives, and discover other wonders of a working farm. Meet in the parking area on Deep Lane, off Side of the Hill Road (via Stony Hill Rd). Leader: Nick Stephens (631) 267-6342 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 9/1 Northwest Path. 8:00 am -10:30 am Meet at the intersection of Merchant’s Path and Wainscott Harbor Road, Bridgehampton. A 5-6 mile hike with several hilly loops.

Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689. Sun 9/2 Elliston Park. 9:00 am-11:00 am Meet at Elliston Park parking lot on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. A 4 mile hike with some hills; views of Big Fresh and Scallop Ponds. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376. Thurs 9/6 S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Meet at the Southampton Town Hall lower meeting room. All are welcome. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 9/8 Anna and Daniel Mulvihill Preserve 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Sag Harbor Industries on Bridgehampton Tpk. 4 mile hike along the Paumanok Path and the Great Swamp. Joe Lane 631725-3942. Sat 9/8 Narrow Lane Clean-up. 8:00 am Call Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689. Sun 9/9 S.O.F.O. Surprise – 8:00 am – 10:00 am Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton Tpk. Hike through Vineyard Field to the unknown. 4-5 miles. Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689. Sat 9/15 Women’s Lives 11:00 am – 1:30 pm Take an historical tour of Sag Harbor and discover the role of women in its development. This tour is part of Sag Harbor’s 300th anniversary celebration. Meet by the windmill on Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. Annette Hinkle and Tony Garro. 631-725-5861. Sat 9/15 Sag Harbor’s 300th Anniversary Parade. 10:00 am All are welcome to ride/walk with STPS/HOT. Riders must be members, applications available on day of the parade. One very special volunteer is needed to follow the riders with shovel and trash can!! For information on meeting time and place contact Barbara Bornstein 631-537-6188 (riders) and Tony Garro 631-725-5861 (walkers). Sun 9/16 Kayak Sag Harbor Cove. 9:00 am – 11:00 am Take Cove Road East from Noyac Road down to the water. Bring your own kayak/canoe; life vest is a must. Sue and Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sat 9/22 Surf and Turf 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Meet at the parking lot next to the Waterside Condos on the corner of Noyac Road and Long Beach Road. Unique 5 mile hike through the woods then along Noyac Bay. Some hills. Bill Schildknecht, 631-725-2888. Sun 9/23 Long Pond Greenbelt County Park North Loop 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Come help us celebrate the Autumnal Equinox in the Greenbelt. 5 miles. Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sat 9/29 Laurel Valley County Park 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). The colors should be almost at peak on this 4 mile hike through a hardwood forest. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sun 9/30 Poxabogue to Otter Pond 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. Hike the length of the Long Pond Greenbelt County Park and see how many ponds we can identify. 6 miles, some hills. Tony Garro 631-725-5861. Williams Sonoma Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 COOKING CLASSES Tuesdays 12:00pm to 2:00pm unless noted otherwise Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 9/4 Antipasti The traditional Italian meal begins with antipasti, which literally means "before the pasta." Served hot or cold, these tantalizing appetizers often include meats, cheeses, olives and vegetables. 'Prosciutto with Salami, Pan-Roasted Artichokes with Garlic and Lemon, Roasted Olives, Bruschetta with White Beans and Roasted Red Pepper Pesto Crostin. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 9/18 Food Made Fast: Small Plates Originating with Spanish tapas, small plates are now popular in a variety of international cuisines, from Asian to Italian. These recipes, from our Food Made Fast: Small Plates book, are a fun way to sample multiple dishes, and are perfect for a light dinner or a cocktail party. 'White Bean Dip with Pita, Caprese Skewers, Roasted Dates with Parmesan and Bacon and Spring Rolls with Lime-

Cilantro Sauce. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 9/25 An Italian-American Dinner Many Italian-inspired dishes have become favorites here at home. In this class you'll learn to prepare a complete meal featuring some of these beloved classics. 'Fresh Tomato Toasts, Caesar Salad, Spaghetti and Meatballs and Tiramis. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher TECHNIQUE CLASSES Sundays Please call the store for times 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 professional chefs 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 9/9 Basics of Fresh Pasta Making fresh pasta from scratch can seem intimidating, unless you have a basic understanding of some pasta principles and benefits. Learn these techniques, and see how easy it is to create fresh pasta for your friends and family. Recipes will be included. Sun 9/16 Autumn Braising Braising is the ideal cooking method as the cooler weather sets in as it provides delicious, robust meals with minimum effort. Master the technique of braising and learn delicious ways to use it from tough cuts of meat, to whole chickens and even fruit. Sun 9/23 Espresso Learn the essentials of how to make classic Italian espresso. We will prepare the beverage using a stovetop espresso maker and also compare the automatic espresso machines currently available. The class will also introduce variations of espresso drinks and provide ideas for some classic accompaniments. LOAVES & FISHES COOKING SCHOOL Bridgehampton Inn, 2266 Main Street Bridgehampton Tues 9/25 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm With Karl McDermott Girls Night in the Hamptons: Hawaiian Holiday Thurs 9/27 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm With Lisa Fallon Men’s Night in the Hamptons: Fisherman's Catch Fri 9/28 Laotian Thai Made Simple: Hors D'oeuvres with Penn Hongthong 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm $99 per guest Sat 9/29 Culinary Basics: Demi Glaces & Sauces 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $99 per guest Sun 9/30 Hamptons Harvest: All About Apples $99 per guest SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center (SoFo) is the only state-of-the-art natural history museum on the South Fork of Long Island. A visit provides a day of fun, exploration, and discovery for children and adults. The museum brings nature indoors, and a walk through the museum is like taking an interpretive nature hike. On the upper floor visitors investigate the handson, interactive exhibits about the land and sea of the South Fork of Long Island by opening drawers and cabinets, looking into peepholes, investigating what lies under logs, listening to animal sounds and even sniffing the air to learn about the animals of the South Fork.In the lower exhibit area visitors have up-close and personal experiences with some of our native salt and fresh water fish, salamanders, turtles, and frogs. They can even reach into the museum’s marine touch tank and hold some of our native marine animals, collected from the nearby Atlantic Ocean and bays. The museum also offers special weekend nature walks, talks and workshops for children and adults. The South Fork Natural History Museum is open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except for major holidays. Admission is free for museum members; non-members are charged $7 for adults, $5 for children 3 to 12 years of age. Children 2 and under are admitted free of charge. Sat 9/1 Snapping Turtles: Prehistoric Monster Hunt for Children and Adults 10:00 am Bridgehampton Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. Of ancient lineage, the Snapping Turtle, which can grow to a length of 3 feet from head to tail and weigh as much as 70 pounds, will be the subject of this adventure with Andy Sabin, SoFo’s Board President. The South Fork is home to many of these giant freshwater turtles that predate written history. Children love this walk. Sat 9/8 Seining for Tropical Fish 9:30 am Shinnecock Walk Leaders: Jim Ash, Crystal Possehl, Lindsey Rohrbach. Would you believe that tropical sea creatures such as Blue Tang fish, Spot-fin Butterfly fish, Seahorses, and Pipe Fish could be found in the waters of our bays? Well you can believe it. At the end of the

summer the Gulf Stream eddies up into our waters bringing a myriad of tropical sea life to the waters of our shallow bays. Join the SoFo staff as we use our seining nets to bring in these tropicals to share with you. Sat 9/15 Bird Migration at Montauk 7:45 am Montauk Walk Leader: Hugh McGuinness. Montauk is one of Long Island’s best known migration “traps," areas where migrating birds congregate. When cold fronts are driven through by strong northwest winds the migrants, flying at night, drift over the ocean. At dawn with their energy reserves running low they seek the nearest land, and fly north to Long Island's south shore beaches. Join Hugh in Montauk to observe the land and shorebirds that migrate through this Atlantic Flyway “trap.” Sat 9/22 Monsters of the Night Revealed 10:00 am for Children & 5:30 pm for Adults Bridgehampton Program Leader: Crystal Possehl. The night air is filled with unusual clicks, screams, screeches, and bellows. But who makes these sounds? Is it goblins, the boogie man, ghosts, or is it something more familiar and real? Join Crystal for a sound and slide show of our nocturnal neighbors. Children (and adults if they wish) will be able to bring home a coloring packet of some of these “spooky creatures." Sat 9/29 Nappeague Meadow Walk 8:00 am Nappeague Walk Leader: Jim Ash. Join Jim on this walk through salt-marsh and dune-heath habitats to learn about the adaptations plants develop to prevent desiccation from the highly charged salt-environment of the bay, and the xeric conditions of the dunes. EAST END GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Books, Gallery & Music 8/18 through 9/6 : The Hamptons, limited edition color photographs by Gerald Sprayregen. 9/8 through 10/4: Mainly Main Beach, limited edition color photographs by Lynn Kohlman. Sat 9/8 Opening Reception for the photographer 5:30 - 7:30 pm ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 631-283-0774 X 523 Sun 9/23 3:00 pm - Four Hand Piano Recital Series Katherine Addleman & Alvin Noval will perform a delightful afternoon of original piano music by Mozart and Schubert. Sponsored by Friends of the Rogers Memorial Library. Free to the public. 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 self-directed 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. Sat 9/15 The Magic of Amore 6:30 pm Advance tickets, $15 per person/ $20 day of show after 12:00 pm ages 5-11 Professional, popular and extraordinary are only a few words to describe such a dedicated and passionate entertainer as Amore. With over 15 years of professional experience amazing America's largest companies, world famous celebrities and appearing on numerous TV shows, it's no wonder Amore is one of New York's top-rated entertainers. Get ready to be mystified by the incredible Amore! Experience edge of your seat fun as Amore has you laughing and wondering like never before as handkerchiefs turn to magic canes, live birds appear on Amore's fingertips and objects materialize out of thin air. Audience members will even become the magician's assistant during the show. Fast paced and highly original, this magic show tops all others. Limited Seating – Reserve Early. Sun 9/16 Girl Authority – The Tween Princesses of Pop! 2:00 pm Advance tickets, $15 per person/ $20 day of show after 12:00 pm ages 5-13

For girls and boys ages 5-13. Girl Authority is a rock band consisting of nine girls (ages 10-15) each with an individual identity that ties in with their personality: Tarr (Rock-n-Roll Girl), Alex (Fashion Girl), Jacqueline (All-Star Girl), Carly (Glamour Girl), Jess (Boho Girl), Gina (Urban Girl), Crystal (Country Girl), Kate (Party Girl) and Zoë (Preppy Girl). They go to school, are Girl Scouts, cheerlead, play sports, play instruments, have fun sleepover parties and ... just happen to make hit records in their spare time (100,000 copies sold, and counting, of their eponymous 2006 CD). Limited Seating – Reserve Early. Fri 9/28 Pizza Pajama Night with “Eloise’s” Hilary Knight and Ms. Phoebe Legere 6:00 pm Pizza is served, 6:30 pm Reading and Music!, 6:45 pm Circus Art Workshop. Don’t forget to wear your pajamas! Free to members, $5 kids non-members/$7 adults non-members What a pizza night it will be with Ms. Legere playing her accordian to accompany Mr.Knight as he reads from his book, "The Circus is Coming". Phoebe Legere is an American composer of symphonies and songs. She is also a great storyteller and entertainer. Phoebe works hard at her music - she has to, because she plays seven instruments! But when she is not working, Phoebe loves to have fun. Her favorite children's book author is her friend Hilary Knight. She calls him "The Greatest Artist in the World."Phoebe loves the circus because "The people in the circus inspire me: they wear beautiful costumes, they make people happy they work really hard, and when they fall down they get right back up again, wearing a big smile!" Mr. Knight has illustrated more than fifty books, (his most well known, of course, is ELOISE written by Kay Thompson), nine of which he also wrote. He divides his time between East Hampton and New York City. Hilary will be reading from his latest book, The Circus is Coming. Besides storytelling by Mr. Knight, a fun circus themed art workshop will take place after the reading. Mr. Knight will have some wonderful tales to tell about his own experience growing up and being enchanted with the circus. Sun 9/30 Wooden Butterfly Houses - Me & My Dad (or dad-like friend) Workshop 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm $10 per person members/$12 non-members Dad's, grandpa's, uncles, females, everybody! Come over to CMEE this Sunday for an hour of educational fun. The Butterflies need a home! And we need the Butterflies! Most of the pollination of flowers and plants is done by butterflies. There is great joy in watching the beautiful rainbow like colors and fluttering of the butterflies as they dance across the wind! Like bats there are many butterfly species that are extinct or endangered and each day the list keeps getting larger. With insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, and cutting down our nation's forest along with destructive weather patterns and their regular list of natural enemies, the butterflies have drastically decreased in number. We must give nature a helping hand. Join furniture designer James Davis this Sunday, September 30 from 2-3 pm as he shows you how to build your own butterfly house out of wood. Adult butterflies may use the butterfly house you make as shelter from the elements or for roosting at night, or it may be used as a nursery for the developing chrysalis. Learn and share interesting facts about butterflies; their life cycle, migration and metamorphosis. After building the butterfly house, you can paint and stencil it however you like. Along with your butterfly house you will take home some special flower seeds that will attract butterflies to their new home. GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Sat 9/1 Little Red Ridinghood 11:00 am – 11:30 am ages 2-7, hand puppets Children squeal with delight throughout this traditional tale with a twist. Find out what happens when Little Red gets mixed-up with Porquoi, a pig who's in the wrong story! Complete with changing scenery, music and charming hand puppets, this puppet show will have them ratting on the wolf and cheering Little Red to safety. Sat 9/1 Talent Show & End of the Season Dance Party 6:30 pm Polish up your act, prizes for all! Some lucky duck will go home with the Golden Goat! Party immediately following. Sign up early! All ages Sat 9/29 Three Writers And One Diva Too Many 7:00 pm Free Michelle Valladares of Brooklyn, Kenny Mann of Sag Harbor and Orel Protopopescu of Miller Place present a reading of their poetry and prose. Opening and closing the show are the East End's own group of female singers known as One Diva Too Many. Founded by Nicolette Hubert of Sag Harbor in 2004 as a Christmas choral group, they have since expanded their repertoire to include songs of the southern United States and Motown, which they sang at the Sag Harbor Elementary School and at the Children's Museum of the East End on Earthday, 2007. They are a group of young, fifty-year-old decent ladies whose mission is to have fun and enjoy each other's talents. One Diva Too Many are Dianne Brennan, Leslie Edwards, Dale Scott, Karen Strong, Nicolette Hubert and Dominique de Cock. For further information please call Kenny Mann, 646 479-5884. 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. 8/12 – 10/14 Exhibition - All the More Real: Portrayals of Intimacy and Empathy This exhibition explores the various strategies artists employ to seduce and/or deflect a viewer's engagement with the physicality of the body and the object of art. Co-curated by artist Eric Fischl and Parrish Art Museum Robert Lehman Curator, Merrill Falkenberg, it is composed of paintings, sculpture, photography and video and brings together works by a diverse group of artists. Mon 9/3 First Monday tour for Seniors 1:00 pm Free admission for seniors. Seniors enjoy free admission and a docent-led tour of the current exhibition the first Monday of each month. Light refreshments served. Sat 9/15 On the Body/Painting Flesh 6:00 pm Moderated by co-curator and artist Eric Fischl, with Emily Eveleth and Joan Semmel.This program will concern different ways of painting the body – straightforwardly or obliquely, as an object of desire or a means of self-identity and the panelists will reflect on the representation of flesh as a landscape of sexuality, sensuality and physical mutability. $5 Parrish Members / $10 Non-Members Sun 9/16 David Ebner, Craft Artist, Studio Tour 2:00 pm Tour the studio of one of the foremost American contemporary furniture makers, whose work has been shown in many national museums, including the National Collection of Fine Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C; Exploration II, and the American Crafts Museum, New York, NY. ($500 level Members and higher) Sun 9/23 All the More Real Exhibition Tour 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Free for Parrish Members / $5 NonMembers Family Tour and Art Workshop- Explore the exhibition All the More Real with Deputy Director of Education Cara Wingfield, then create your own works of art in our education center. Sun 9/29 On Portraiture 6:00 pm Moderated by co-curator Merrill Falkenberg, The Parrish Art Museum Robert Lehman Curator, with Karel Funk, Elizabeth King and Catherine Murphy. The panelists reflect three different approaches to portraiture. Karel Funk's microscopically detailed yet psychologically elusive paintings of partially hidden young men communicate ambivalence about the expressive capabililty of portraiture. Elizabeth King's amazingly lifelike sculptures bear an eerie resemblance to the artist and convey an almost extraterrestrial sense of wonder and awe. In Catherine Murphy's strikingly realistic paintings, one part of the body – a man's CREATIVE ART WORKSHOPS: Children Age 2 and 3 with Adult Caregiver Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10:00 am - 10:45 am Children and adult caregivers will explore the concepts of colors and shapes through art activities including painting, modeling clay and collage with art educator Erin O'Connor. In addition, O'Connor will lead the class in singing and movement activities. $25 Parrish Members / $35 Non-Members After School Art: Children Age 3 and 4 Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 & 11/1, 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm After School Art workshops are designed for children to learn about the works of art and to create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting and drawing. Free. Advance registration is required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. After School Art: Children in Grades 3, 4 and 5 Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 & 11/1, 3:45 pm 4:45 pm After School Art workshops are designed for children to learn about the works of art and to create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting and drawing. Free. Advance registration is required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. nipple, the back of a woman's head, lockets of hair in a sink – stands in mysterious relationship to the missing whole. $5 Parrish Members / $10 Non-Members FILMS @ THE PARRISH $5 Parrish Members / $7 Non-Members per film Join us as we launch a new film viewing and discussion series this spring. Each film will be followed by an online discussion forum moderated by series curator, film critic, and educator John K. Turnbull. Turnbull has taught film at the college level and holds degrees in film studies from City College and Harvard University. Fri 9/7 8:00 pm La Strada Italy, 1954, in Italian with subtitles, NR 108 minutes Directed by Federico Fellini Cast: Anthony Quinn, Giulietta Masina, Richard Basehart La Strada tells the story of Gelsomina, a young girl sold by her impoverished mother to carnival strong man

Zampanò. Physically and emotionally cruel, Zampanò trains Gelsomina as his sidekick. Despite his fits of rage and violence, she retains a child-like optimism. In a small town they encounter The Fool, a high-wire artist who teaches Gelsomina that there might be more to life than her servitude to Zampanò. According to film critic Roger Ebert, “La Strada is the first film that can be called entirely ‘Felliniesque.’” Fri 9/14 Artemisia (1998) 7:00 pm Directed by Agnès Merlet, Starring Valentina Cervi, In French with subtitles. 98 minutes. Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-1652) was one of the most important female painters of early modern Europe. Though recognized for her exceptional ability, she was criticized because she was a woman working in an almost exclusively male field. Controversial when released, Artemisia was criticized for changing important details in the subject's life, including aspects of the rape and trial that are pivotal to the story. of the upcoming films and join our discussion board. Fri 9/21 Vincent & Theo (1990) 7:00 pm Directed by Robert Altman, Starring Tim Roth, Paul Rhys, Jip Wijngaarden. In English. 138 minutes. The relationship between Vincent Van Gogh and his more practical brother Theo is at the center of director Robert Altman's film. Van Gogh's works were ignored in his lifetime, despite the best efforts of Theo, a struggling gallery owner. Theo finds himself torn between art and commerce, a conflict deepened by Vincent's increasing emotional neediness. As the situation worsens, the brothers are forced to struggle with depression and madness. Critic Roger Ebert called Vincent & Theo that rare "film that generates the feeling that we are in the presence of a man in the act of creation." Fri 9/28 Camille Claudel (1988) 7:00 pm Directed by Bruno Nuytten, Starring Isabel Adjani, Gérard Depardieu. In French with subtitles. 158 minutes. Camille Claudel was the elder sister of the poet Paul Claudel, a sculptress of considerable talent and for many years the disciple, collaborator, model and mistress of Rodin. After their break up, Claudel gained greater recognition for her work but became increasingly unbalanced. She was institutionalized by her family for the last thirty years of her life, during which she ceased working. Isabel Adjani was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award for her portrayal of the tormented artist, and the film received a Best Foreign Language Film nomination. EAST HAMPTON STUDIOS 75 Industrial Road Wainscott 537-6300 Sat 9/15 Chiarascuro Music & Art Benefit Event 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm $20/$15 Students Tickets available at the door A day-long event to promote young local artists and musicians, benefiting the Kris Dalene Music Scholarship Fund. Featuring an array of performances from local high school bands, local artis such asTequila Mockingbird, Consent of Kings, Hot Lips Houlihan and Igniter, to nationally known acts including The Isles, Kiss Kiss, Jet Jaguar, and the Bastards of Boom. There will also be a presentation in all media by local artists including Charles Ly, Casey Brooks, Scott Meyers, Dan Waldren, Lilly Singer, Daydream Silkscreen, Victor Giannini, Christian Little, Cory Barber, Dalton Portella, Jenny Gorman, Brendan Gilbert, Jess Dalene and Heim Mizrahi. MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 742 Montauk Highway Montauk 668-2428 Sat 9/1 – Sun 9/2 Annual Lions Club Craft Fair Lions Field-Soccer Field- Rain or shine Sun 9/2 Montauk Artists Association Art Show at Gurney's Inn Thurs 9/13 – Sun 9/16 Off-Shore Shoot Out Darenberg's Montauk Marine Basin 3rd Annual Old HArbor Outfitters Offshore Shootout Thurs 6PM CaptainsMeeting;Fishing Friday,Saturday, & Sunday; Contact 668-5900 for more info Sun 9/16 Montauk Fire Department's 30th Annual Big Bucks Bonanza Drawing - 1:00 pm Wed 9/19 – Fri 9/21 Redbone Fishing Tournament Montauk Yacht Club. Call Pam 668-7715. Open to the public. Fri 9/28 – Sun 9/30 ASA Striper Tournament Star Island Marina - Call 668-5052 for info Sat 9/29 Sprint Mighty Man Go to www.eventpowerli.com for info Great beginner and veteran sprint distance course. It is a great weekend for any triathlon enthusiast to be in Montauk at the best time of the year (after the crowds are gone yet all the restaurants, hotels, attractions are still open) and the weather is ideal. 750 meter swim,17k bike race, 5k run Sun 9/30 Mighty Man - Half Iron Men Triathalon Go to www.eventpowerli.com for info Known as the Half in Montauk, all segments of the event will take place in Montauk, NY. Montauk is one of the birthplaces of

triathlon. One of the sports earliest events, the Mighty Hampton's Triathlon in Sag Harbor inspired a local Montauk Motel owner, fisherman and surfer, Robert Aaron to stage a triathlon in Montauk in 1983 (the Mighty Montauk). This triathlon consists of a 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike and a 13.1 mile run (known as a Half Distance Triathlon). SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0200 Tues 9/11 Patriot Day: 6th Year Commemoration of the 9/11 Tragedy at Cormaria's "Women at the Well Memorial," on Bay Street in Sag Harbor 5:00 pm All are welcome. For more information please call Cormaria at 725-4206. Tues 9/11 9/11 Memorial Ceremonies at the Hook Mill across from the Mill House Inn 5:30 pm All are welcome. Fri 9/14 –Sun 9/16 "Harbor Fest" 300th Anniversary of Sag Harbor Event. A weekend long celebration of Sag Harbor's Maritime and Whaling History! Numerous events including whaleboat races, historic tours and displays, old-fashioned lobster bake, food tastings, music, a parade, and much more! Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, Village of Sag Harbor, 631-725-1700 Please visit the Tables and Booths on Long Wharf that are manned and operated by Sag Harbor's many Non-Profit and Charitible Organizations. It is through general donations from the public that their fundraising efforts are successful, and that the organizations may continue their invaluable contributions to our Community. Fri 9/14-Sun 9/16 Fri- Sun Annual Sag Harbor Charity Cup Challenge Regatta A charity event involving eight teams competing aboard four beautiful and historic 12 meter America's Cup sailing yachts. The teams will vie to bring home a substantial contribution for the charity of their choice, as well as the perpetual Sag Harbor Charity Cup. For more information, visit www.shccc.org, or e-mail mail@shccc.org. Fri 6:30 pm Reception & Captains Meeting at Breakwater Yacht Club Sat 10:00 am – 2:00 pm (approx) First Race Harbor Start – Sag Harbor Yacht Club, First Gun (1 hour mark) Noyac Bay Sat 6:30 pm Gala Beach Party Havens Beach $150 pp – Food, drinks, music, race day film & slide show, silent auction Sun 9:00 am – 1:00 pm (approx) Second Race Harbor Start Sag Harbor Yacht Club, First Gun (1 hour mark) Noyac Bay Sun 3:00 pm (approx) Championship Race Noyac Bay Sun 5:30 pm Awards Show Breakwater Yacht Club – Community Sailing Center Fri 9/14 – Sun 9/16 300 Stories of Sag Harbor athe the Old Whalers Museum 44 Union Street 725-0894 Fri 8:00 pm, Sat 8:00 pm Sun 4:00 pm Three characters tell tales from Sag Harbor's 300 colorful years. Ethnologist William Wallace Tooker (1846-1917) portrayed by Christopher Linn Young is joined by perky poet and painter, Annie Cooper Boyd (1864-1941) played by Brittany Brown. Radio personality Bonnie Grice plays herself, she rounds out the centuries with tales of Sag Harbor's whorehouses and giant spiders...all true. Tickets $14/students $12, available at the door. Groups welcome. Sat 9/15 Twilight Guided Art Tour: Sag Harbor Then & Now of Sag Harbor's many Art Galleries. Kick-off the First Annual Sag Harbor Art Festival with an opening reception from 5pm-8pm. The Festival will run from September 15th-October 15th. For more information, call Cuca Romley at Winter Tree Gallery, 125 Main Street (2nd floor) in Sag Harbor at 725-0097, or e-mail info@wintertreegallery.com SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Mon – Sat 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Sun 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Mid-May through October During the 19th century, Sag Harbor, New York became one of the busiest ports in the northeast, where whalers of many nationalities could be seen walking the streets. In our bustling village young men from small East End towns often found work as whalers, a job that promised them the possibility of earning more money than they could make on the farm and the chance to see places they had only dreamed of or heard about from other whalers. These young local men, together with foreign whalers, brought culture and customs, stories and lore from distant lands to Sag Harbor. During this time period Sag Harbor became a truly international port town, where diverse cultures came together for one pursuit: the hunt of the mighty whale. SAT 9/8 Leviathan, Lecture & Book Signing, Eric Jay Dolin, 2:00 pm Fri 9/14 12th Annual Lobster Bake 6:30 pm $65 per person Advanced Tickets Only available at the museum, The Wharf Shop and the Sag Harbor Liquor Store

Celebrating Sag Harbor’s 300th Anniversary - to benefit the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum. Live music by Caroline Doctorow. Menu: steamed mussels, potatoes, local corn, clams, grilled chicken, watermelon & lobster lobster lobster! Sat 9/15 Keeping Time in Sag Harbor, gallery talk with Stephen Longmire, 3:00 pm This summer, the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum is proud to present an exhibition of photographs by Stephen Longmire. They are drawn from his book, Keeping Time in Sag Harbor, which the museum has sponsored in honor of Sag Harbor's 300th birthday. Longmire, a North Haven resident, undertook a three-year photographic survey of the village's historic architecture and wrote the first history of its architectural preservation program. The book is a blend of photographs and text, including rare early views of Sag Harbor, passages from prior books about the community by notable writers including James Fenimore Cooper and John Steinbeck, and interviews with contemporary residents. Sun 9/16 Old Burying Ground Tour and Workshop, 1:00 pm, Old Burying Ground Committee EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 9/1 Cemetery Tour with Hugh King 10:00 am Join historian Hugh King for a guided tour of East Hampton's coffin-shaped "Burying Ground." Tours begin at front gate of Mulford Farm, rain or shine. Admission $10. For reservations, please call 631-324-6850. Sat 9/8 Architectural History Tour with Richard Barons Main Street East Hampton 10:00 am Tour begins at the Osborn-Jackson House at 10am, rain or shine. Admission $10/$5 for members. Advance reservations required. Please call 631-324-6850. SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane (631) 283-2494 Museum hours Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat 9/15 – 11/3 Exhibition “Mahogany Dew: African American Artists in Southampton” Sat 9/15 Opening Reception 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Free admission The goal of this exhibit is to fulfill the museum’s mission by recording an aspect of the African American experience in Southampton and promote their cultural richness to town residents and visitors from around the region. Southampton’s African American community has its origins in the 17th century and made significant contributions to its early development as slaves, artisans, farmers, and cultural leaders. The purpose of this exhibit is to reveal an exhibit of four professional African American artists who have attained excellence in their field. Michael Butler, a self-taught artist who lives in village of Sag Harbor in the Town of Southampton, recently owned a gallery in Sag Harbor and is a former director at the Bridgehampton Cultural Center (also in Southampton). His vibrant humorous paintings depict scenes of contemporary urban living. Joanne Williams-Carter has been painting footwear since 1980. Her contemplative canvases of empty shoes show a special insight in the ordinariness of everyday objects, which can reveal the personality of the person who just used them. Frank Wimberley, of Sag Harbor and New York City, is the most well known artist in this exhibit. Art Writer Phyllis Braff says “Throughout his long career, Wimberley has been coaxing expressive content from art’s key components: invented form and space, color and its vibrations; pigment and its viscosity, brush action and gestural rhythms.” The artist’s work has been shown in many national museums and galleries and is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Yale University. Herbert Randall, Jr. Mr. Randall has been recognized nationally for his photographs documenting the Freedom March in 1964, with exhibits at the Smithsonian Museum, Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He went to Mississippi in 1964, not as a photographer, but as a young artist with a camera. With the exception of a few pictures released to the national wire services, most of his powerful photographs remained unseen until recently. In 2001 a book was published of his work and a traveling exhibit was organized that went on a national tour. He currently lives on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton. Mr. Randall will be exhibiting photographs taken in Southampton, New York City, and Mississippi that have never been on public view. This is a rare opportunity to see the work of a Southampton legend. Sat 9/29 Art Class for Children 10:30 a.m.- 12:00 pm $10 materials fee The workshop will begin with a brief background of African-American art and artists including the museum’s exhibit “Mahogany Dew: African American Artists in Southampton.” Students will be encouraged to draw upon their own histories and backgrounds to provide inspiration for their works. Then it will be time to get down to some serious work and fun! This is the first in a series of three art classes for children. The classes are limited to 12 students, ages 8 to 12. Please call the museum to reserve a space at 2832494.

GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 Unless indicated, GEE’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Sat 9/15 Pound Traps – Ancient Fishing in Napeague Bay 10:30 am – 12:00 pm When the Shinnecock and Montaukett tribes fished the waters of the East End, much of their catch came from Pound Traps that corral rather than kill fish. European settlers mastered the technique still practiced today by a dwindling handful of long-time fishing families. Come walk the northern bluffs of Napeague Bay to learn how this ancient art uses local resources and a fish’s natural defenses to land fish with almost no bycatch. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631537-1400 (x12) or jsamuelson@groupforthesouthfork.org . Sat 9/15 International Coastal Cleanup Day 9:30 am Since 1986, the Northeast Chapter of the American Littoral Society has coordinated New York's participation in the annual September International Coastal Cleanup. This year, Group for the East End is sponsoring two beaches for the cleanup: Mecox Beach and Sagg Main Beach. Please join us in the cleanup effort. For more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-537-1400 (x21) or jhartnagel@groupforthesouthfork.org. Sun 9/23 Wildlife Migration Along the Barrier Island 10:30 am - 1 pm Join Steve Biasetti for a wildlife search along Dune Road west of the Shinnecock Inlet. The trip is timed to coincide with low tide, which should enhance our chances to see diverse shorebirds and wading birds. If winds are blowing from the northwest, migrating swallows, hawks, dragonflies, and butterflies will compete for our attention. Please bring binoculars. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 (x15) or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org . Wed 9/26 Sagaponack Full Moon Bike Ride 6:00 pm - 7 pm As the day ends, join Kate Schertel on a leisurely, 5-mile sunset bike ride through Sagaponack. The scenery will include many beautiful farm fields and the ride will culminate at Sagg Main Beach, where all are invited to relax under the light of the full moon. Please wear light colored/reflective clothing, and bring your own bike helmet and bottle of water. Sorry, bike rentals are not available. For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-537-1400 (x13) or kschertel@groupforthesouthfork.org . Wed 9/26 The Actual Equinox: Moonrise & Sunset at Montauk 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm The cycles of the moon and stars are precise but our modern calendar comes with a margin of error. Learn why the equinox here is not the equinox everywhere as we watch the full moon rise over the ocean then turn to watch the sun setting on one of two days of the year with a perfectly balanced night and day. Bring binoculars, some blankets and a thermos of your favorite warm drink. For reservations or more information, please contact Jeremy Samuelson at 631-537-1400 (x12) or jsamuelson@groupforthesouthfork.org . BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-1088 Fri 9/28 – Sun 9/30 15th Bridgehampton Road Annual Rally Weekend The Rally: For over a decade now, the Bridgehampton Rally has grown increasingly competitive. Our rally is a time and distance event. The course uses public roads complete with local traffic. Timing on each leg of the course is done to the 10th of each second. And often a few 10ths will decide the winner of a timing leg! Entrants must be skilled in driving, map reading and timekeeping to compete. The full rally regulations can be viewed in the Rules and Regulations section of this site. Although initially only cars, which could have competed in the Bridgehampton road races, were eligible, this year the field will include sportscars made before 1231-1959. If you are interested in participating, please contact the historical society. Jim Shelly The Tour: We organized the Classic Car Tour after some Road Rally entrants repeatedly failed to complete the course. We realized that not everyone wanted to compete in the Road Rally, and that some classic car owners just wanted to take their cars out for the day and have a nice drive in the company of other like minded enthusiasts. If that describes you, welcome to the Tour! The Tour is open to any motor vehicle built before 12-31-1969. Even Motorcycles are welcome! In the past we have planned a different route and activities for our "tourists". This year again we are sending you on the same route as the rally entrants. And Why Not? We spend months finding little known roads, beautiful vistas, and interesting spots to send the rally to. We thought the tour should share the fruits of that effort. The tour will leave over the starting ramp immediately after the last road rally entrant departs. Tour cars can either drive as a group, or go it on your own. You'll follow the routebook through the first half of the rally until lunchtime, and enjoy lunch with all of the Rally and the Tour participants . After lunch, you may either follow more of the rally route, or return more directly to the Historical Society across Shelter Island. Either way you want to be in time for the Apres Rally Party and Awards Ceremony.

The Bridgehampton Concours: For classic and special interest automobiles of all ages - Sun 9/30 10 to 11 AM Registration & Parking 11AM Judging Begins 2PM Awards Given. Prizes will be awarded in various categories, including: Best in Show, The Best Authentic Original Car, The Best Restored Original Car, The Best Hotrod, The Best Paint Job, Best Detailed Under Hood, and the Most Eye Catching Car - as well as People's Choice awards. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 929-5875 All events held at the Levitas Center for the Arts unless otherwise noted. Sat 9/29 Vassily Primakof, Pianist: Opening Performance of the 2007/2008 Rising Stars Piano Recital Series 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 seniors/students; no charge for piano students. For keyboard side reserved seating add $5 to the ticket price. Vassily Primakov was the 2002 winner of the prestigious Young Concert Artists Competition (YCA) in New York City and a 1999 prize winner of the Cleveland International Piano Competition. The program will include works by Beethoven and Chopin. The New York Times commented on his New York concerto debut in May 2004 at Alice Tully Hall with Rachmaninoff’s second piano concerto as “A fiery performance…with bold, expressive phrasing and dramatic commitment that brought the audience to its feet.” The Washington Post wrote “We will be hearing much more of Vassily Primakov in the years ahead. He is a worthy successor to Richard Goode, Ursula Oppens, Emanuel Ax, and all the other outstanding pianists who got their start with Young Concert Artists.” Seating is limited and reservations are suggested. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the artist at a reception following the performance. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 9/14 – 10/1 Objects Celadon Gallery Invitational 9/16 Celadon Artists Brunch Reception 11:00 am 9/28 Annual Meeting 12:00 noon 9/29 Empty Bowls Benefit Sponsored by Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons 11:00 am to 2:00 pm in the Museum Gallery Quilt Raffle Drawing at 2:00 pm 9/29 Museum closes for season at 5:00 pm Open for group tours in Spring and Fall by appointment only. Call 631-726-4625 to arrange for a group tour. SOUTHAMPTON GARDEN CLUB at the Meadow Club in Southampton 283-1882 or 287-1495 Fri 9/14 Duplicate Bridge Tournament 1:30 pm The Southampton Garden Club is sponsoring its annual Duplicate Bridge Tournament on Friday, September 14, 2007 at the Meadow Club in Southampton at 1:30 pm. Tickets are $60.00 per pair and are tax deductible. No single entries. Only pairs accepted. Refreshments will be served and Master Points will be awarded. Proceeds will benefit the Southampton Garden Club’s civic plantings. Space is limited. Call Barbara Lord (283-1882) or Thea Hattrick (287-1495) for reservations. NORTHFORK REFORM SYNAGOGUE 27245 Main Rd Cutchogue 734-2096 Sun 9/9 North Fork Foodie Tour 11:00 am to 4:00 pm $25 (free for children under 12) start at Shinn Estate Vineyards, 2000 Oregon Road, Mattituck Get behind the scenes at artisanal food producers on a self guided tour of the North Fork. Call 722-5712 for more information The North Fork of Long Island is famous for its farms. Potatoes were the main crop for many years, then onions, and these days the North Fork is called Wine Country. The tradition of farming has continued and expanded, and now it’s taken on yet another life as various “artisans of food” have begun to produce distinctive foods, use natural or organic methods and explore techniques of sustainable agriculture. On Sunday, September 9, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., the North Fork Reform Synagogue gives you a chance to see how some of these producers work – get a close-up view of what they do and how they do it. Special tours, talks, and tastings will be part of each visit. The day starts at Shinn Estate Vineyards, 2000 Oregon Road, Mattituck, which is also among the tour participants. Pick up a map of tour locations and information on times of special events. Then you’re off on your own personal do-as-you-please foodie tour. Participants include: Shinn Estate Vineyards– Take a walking tour, learn about how the vineyard practices low impact sustainable farming, and taste the results. Garden of Eve Organic Farmgrows 70 varieties of vegetables, 20 varieties of herbs, 30 varieties of flowers as sustainably as possible. They also raise cows, goats, chickens, turkeys, rare breed animals, sheep, livestock guard-dogs. Golden Earthworm Organic Farmoffers a self-guided tour, talks on how the farm operates and a chance to see its rare breed animals.

Satur Farmsspecializes in leafy vegetables, heirloom tomatoes, root vegetables and herbs that it sells to New York City’s best high-end restaurants. A talk on its goals and practices will be given at 11:30 a.m. only. Sang Lee Farms shows its naturally grown vegetables, heirloom tomatoes, baby greens, mesclun, herbs, specialty Asian greens and flowers. Two talks will be offered. Ty Llwyd Farm raises DeKalb Golds, a Rhode Island Red variety of chicken that produces brown eggs. They live cage-free in spacious wire pens that allow freedom of movement. There are also ducks and geese, vegetables and unusual varieties of potatoes. Ty Llwyd (pronounced “tea clue´id”) has been an active farm since 1870. Catapano Dairy Farmis a small, family operated farm that raises goats and makes fresh milk cheeses, yogurts, fudge, and goat milk skin-care products. In addition to learning how the farm works, at two different times tour participants will get to milk a goat. North Quarter Bison Farmhas a free-ranging herd of bison. See where they roam and learn how the farm operates and discover the healthful qualities of bison meat. Lavender by the Bayhas planted 20 varieties of lavender. It offers fresh-cut and dried lavender, lavender plants, sachets, soaps and skin products. It also raises bees. Learn about beekeeping, lavender culture and lore, and the many culinary uses for lavender. Pipes Cove Oysterswill show tour participants how oysters are grown, and how the mature oysters are harvested. Tour participants will learn how to shuck their own oysters. Taste of North Forkproduces custom food products made with local ingredients – pestos, jams and jellies, mustards, vinegars, vinaigrettes, dessert sauces, teas and mulling spices, edible flower butters, brownie and cookie mixes and more. See the kitchen where they are all made up and have a taste! Aldo’s bakery roasts its own coffee beans and is famous for it’s biscotti which is can be found in found in gourmet stores in Manhattan and beyond. Visit the kitchen, see where and how Aldo’s famous biscotti are made, how his unique coffees are roasted and sample the results. SPAT(Southold Project in Aquaculture Training), part of the Cornell Marine program, encourages community members to help restore shellfish to the bays by growing minuscule shellfish (spats) in containment, away from predators, until they reach adult size and can be released in local creeks and bays. Talks will be offered on how the program works and its results Bedell Cellars 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 Live Music Sundays 1:00 pm -5:00 pm 9/2 Paul Johnson Duo 9/9 Rob Cannillo 9/16 Paul Johnson Duo 9/23 Earthtones CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Every Thursday & Sunday in September Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested Sat 9/15 Long Island Wine & Food Cookbook Signing by Ann Marie Borghese Ann Marie Borghese is proud to present a one of a kind creation, pairing the best of Borghese wines with Long Island 's finest restaurants. This cookbook, created by Ann Marie Borghese in collaboration with AHRC and LI restaurants, has stolen the hearts of all who treasure wine, dining, and Long Island . Sun 9/16 Harvest Fest Olive Oil Tasting Free Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria . Phototography Exhibition: Celebration of the Natural Beauty of Long Island in three parts: Part I - On the Edge: Workers on the Waterfront Black and white photographic tale of Greenport's finest waterfront workers. Through 12/1 Sat 9/8 Special Reception Honoring Long Island’s Oldest Professions- Workers on the Waterfront 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Part II - Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork Breathtaking photos from Jake Rajs's newest book of the same name. On exhibit thru 2008. Sat 9/15 Part III - Nature and Wildlife Photographers of Long Island (NWPLI) Exhibit Mini – Preview 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Full Show opens 11/3 and runs through 12/9

CHANNING DAUGHTERS 1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton 537-7224 COREY CREEK Main Road (Rt. 25A) Southold 765-4168 Live Music Saturdays 2:00 -6:00 pm 9/1 Mike Munzer 9/8 Dan Donnelly 9/15 Earthtones 9/29 Paul Johnson Duo JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport 722-5256 Sat 9/15 Pinot Noir 2005 Pre-release Party 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Live music Pinot Noir -n- Roast Pig Buffet Exclusinve case discounts. $30 per person, $50 per couple. Reservations required. Limited seating available. Call now to reserve tickets THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Peconic 800-974-9899 Sat 9/8 18th Annual Merlot Classic 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm Lenz Subscribers: $45 General Public: $60 Harvest season on the North Fork is arguably the best, certainly the busiest season. The vines are bursting with fruit, pumpkins abound and Merlot is definitely on the minds of many. Come celebrate the Harvest Season with Lenz. Enjoy tastes of Merlots from around the world paired with artisanal cheeses and other Fall favorites. Portion of ticket price will be donated to Slow Food. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Every Tuesday in September Open Mike Night Hosted by Phil Gardner of the Rhythm Kings 5-10pm -$5 at the door All talents welcome – Musicians, Poets, Comedians. Let us know what your playing; PA system available - Bring your own instruments. Live recordings of your performace available upon request. Performers-please reserve your timeslot by calling 631 298 0075 Sat 9/8 & Sun 9/9 Oktoberfest 1-5pm Tickets $10.00/ At the Door $15.00 Please RSVP by September 5th Enjoy Authentic German Food, Music, Dancers, Beer and Wine. Music by "Kapella Fellas"Children Under 6 Free (rain or shine) Food & Drink Additional. Sun 9/16 The 5th Annual Toast to the East End To benefit the life saving work of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 37pm Buy your tickets today at http://longisland.cff.org For more information contact Emily Clark at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at 516.827.1290 or eclark@cff.org PALMER VINEYARDS 108 Sound Avenue, Aquebogue 722-5364 Sat 9/1 – Mon 9/3 Labor Day Baseball Weekend 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free Labor Day Weekend will be a homerun for all baseball fans. Spend your holiday with Palmer Vineyards and enjoy a special Mets and Yankees gift or a free hot dog with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Those wearing a Yankees or Mets t-shirt or hat will receive special discounts. Guests are also invited to taste Mets and Yankee radio network wines available only this weekend. Also try a taste and take a bottle home of our very special and limited weekend release of Gallagher's steakhouse Red. Live music on Saturday from 12-4 PM with Toby Altman Live music from 1-5 PM on Sunday and Monday with Toby Altman No reservations required / Rain or Shine Sat 9/15 & Sun 9/16 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Eastbound Freight from 1-5 PM. No reservations required / Rain or Shine Sat 9/22 & Sun 9/23 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Buddy Merriam & Backroads from 1-5 PM. No reservations required / Rain or Shine

Sat 9/29 & Sun 9/30 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Miller’s Crossing from 1-5 PM No reservations required / Rain or Shine PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 Sun 9/9 WSHU Fundraiser 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm (rain or shine) Tickets are $100/person. Join fellow WSHU & WSUF listeners for a magical evening at beautiful Paumanok Vineyards. You’ll enjoy a sumptuous, sit-down, gourmet dinner, a wine tasting with an outstanding selection of Paumanok vintages and beautiful music. RSVP by September 5, 2007. For reservations call 800 937 6045 or online at WSHU. Sun 9/16 Slow Food Pig Roast 6:30 to 9 PM (rain or shine) The second annual Slow Food NYC/East End Pig Roast with Raw Bar & Live Jazz. $75 - Slow Food Members, $85 - Non-members available ONLY in advance at www.brownpapertickets.com Search for "Slow Food NYC Pig Roast" VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 We are always proud to present Wine Country's " LITTLE CIGAR FACTORY"! Hand rolled cigars, personalized humidors and cigar boxes. Open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. All of September: Live Music every Saturday and Complimentary Cheese and Crackers. Also for the month of September 15% off selected wines. Sat 9/1 Live Music with Johnny Kroo 2-5pm Sun 9/2 Live Music with Michael Munzer 2-5pm Sat 9/8 Live Music with Michael Munzer 2-5pm Sun 9/9 Fundraiser details to come Sat 9/15 Italian Festival details to come Sat 9/22 Live Music with Johnny Kroo 2-5pm Sun 9/23 Live Music with Dee Levaglia 2-5pm Sat 9/29 Live Music with Pat O'Conner 2-5pm Sun 9/30 Live Music with Michael Munzer 2-5pm WATERS CREST WINERY 22355 Route 48 at corner of Cox Lane Cutchogue 734-5065 Learn The Crush - Every Saturday & Sunday free winery tour with paid tasting from 11:30 to 4:30 7/25 – 9/28 Twilight Fridays - Two glasses of wine from the wine maker selection with a cheese dish for only $8.00 Sat 9/22 Fourth Annual Harvest Party 7:00 pm Listen to one of Long Islands top Jazz Bands Cadillac Moon. Space is limited please contact the winery to make your reservation. PIERRE’S Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-5110 Live Jazz Every Sunday 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Sun 9/9 Dennis Raffelock http://myspace.com/dennisraffelock Sun 9/16 Vanessa Trouble http://www.vanessatrouble.com/ Sun 9/23 Dennis Raffelock Sun 9/30 Vanessa Trouble Live Jazz Every Tuesday 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Jodi Carlson sings Jazz Standards, Jane Hastay Piano, Peter Martin Weiss Bass THE PUBLICK HOUSE 40 Bowden Square, Southampton 631- 283-2800 Fri 9/7 Project Vibe in the Taproom. 10:30pm $21.95 Sat 9/22 Honky Tonk Rock and Roll in Taproom kicks off Octoberfest celebration. 10pm. Fri 9/28 Celebrate Octoberfest 2007 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm Enjoy 3-courses of traditional German fare including choices of Cauliflower and Octoberfest Lager Soup, Potato Dumplings, Sauerbraten, a Mixed Wurst Platter, Pan Seared Pork Loin and Codfish and Apple Strudel. Guests will also get a chance to taste the 2007 Octoberfest Lager. Reservations recommended.

MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Sat. 9/1 Lez Zeppelin 8:00 pm $60 Nancy Atlas Project 11:00 pm $25 Sun. 9/2 Martin Sexton – 8:00 pm $95 (VIP Sold Out)/$85 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $25 Mon 9/3 Chris Duarte – 8:00 pm $20 Wed 9/5 - Bagatelle – 8:00 pm $40 Fri 9/7 Toots and the Maytals 8:00 pm $100 all tickets Grammy nominee who coined the term 'reggae.' Know for his songs, "Do the Reggae" and "The Harder they come".The all-star guests on TRUE LOVE range from legends like Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, and Bonnie Raitt to younger stars including No Doubt, the Roots, and Phish's Trey Anastasio. The caliber of these collaborators reveals the impact that Toots has had on several generations of rockers and rappers, while appearances from reggae icons Bunny Wailer and Marcia Griffiths show the respect granted to the man who might be the music's greatest living vocalist. At the heart of it all is that voice - drenched in soul, rooted in gospel, and still breathtakingly powerful after almost four decades in the spotlight. Little Head Thinks 10:00 pm $10 Sat. 9/8 Greg Brown - 8:00 pm $65/50 Winston Irie -11:00 pm $20 Fri 9/14- Little Head Thinks - 10:30 pm $10 Sat 9/15 - The Majestic Band - 10:00 pm $15 Fri. 9/21 Junior Brown – 8:00 pm $50/35, Eclectic Collective – 11:00 pm $10 Sat 9/22 Inner Roots – 10:00 pm $10 Fri. 9/28 Tab Benoit - 9/28 - 8PM $40/25 Dr. Dog 11:00 pm $20 Sat. 9/29 - Loudon Wainwright 8:00 pm $50 (Sold Out VIP)/$35, 10:00 pm Unchained Van Halen Tribute Band $15

October 15TH ANNUAL HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Wed 10/17 – Sun 10/21 This event is one of the high points of the East End’s season! Many independent and budding directors and stars as well as some old favorites submit their work for judging and it is the audience that also votes. As well as wonderful films of all kinds, there are panel discussions where the audience gets to ask questions of notable local celebrities such as Alec Baldwin and Kevin Bacon. Tickets go on sale Fri 10/5 12:00 pm online or at the Box Office located at Design Within Reach (30 Park Place, East Hampton; main parking lot behind White's Pharmacy, two doors down from John Papa's). Get your tickets in advance as favored films and time slots sell out quickly! GUILD HALL 158 Main Street East Hampton 324-0806 Tues 10/2 The Naked Stage: Staged Reading of The Homecoming by Harold Pinter 7:30 pm The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall Lead Artist: Josh Perl. Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. "Bizarre, ominous and taunting.... a steadily absorbing, tantalizing and disturbing theatrical adventure.... Enthralling." - N.Y. Post. THE HOMECOMING (1965) is perhaps the most enigmatic of all Pinter's early works. It won a Tony Award, the Whitbread Anglo-American Theater Award, and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award. In the story an estranged son, Teddy, brings his wife Ruth home to London to meet his family, his father Max (a nagging, aggressive ex-butcher), and other tough members of the all-male household. At the end Teddy returns alone to his university job in America. Ruth stays as a mother or whore to his family. Everyone needs her. 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 10/16 The Naked Stage: Staged Reading of Cementville by Jane Martin 7:30PM The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall A comedy by Jane Martin. Lead Artist: Kate Mueth. Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. The comic sensation of the 1991 Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, this play by the author of Talking With and numerous hits is a brilliant portrayal of

America's fascination with fantasy entertainment. In a locker room in a seedy arena in Tennessee, the scurvy bunch of professional lady wrestlers includes Tiger who has a drinking problem and a small dog; Dani who displays a chip on her shoulder against the promoter who owes the girls several weeks' back pay; Lessa, an Olympic shot putter with delusions of being a pro athlete and Netty, an overweight older woman who appears in the ring as "Pajama Mama”. Sparks fly in this hysterical romp. 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 its 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 10/30 The Naked Stage: Staged Reading of Dreams of a Friendly Alien 7:30 pm The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall A new play by Daniel Damiano. Lead Artist: Nora Ferrari. Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. If someone you love got lost, how would you explain the disappearance to yourself? In this touching drama by a rising young playwright, a family rearranges itself around its missing person. The mysterious disappearance of a small North Jersey family’s matriarch results in a father (JESSE) attempting to maintain hope and sanity in a progressively hopeless and insane household, which includes his increasingly rebellious, rap-spouting 16-year old son (MAX) and demented mother-in-law (FRETTA), who spends her days reciting a grocery list and reminiscing about her deceased dog. But as abnormality has become the norm of their existence, both reality and surreality begin to gradually intervene which, in one way or another will change them. 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. Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 The Picture Show @ Bay Street Theatre Sponsored by BookHampton 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. Fri 10/5 The Bounty The familiar story of Lieutenant Bligh, whose cruelty leads to a mutiny on his ship. This version follows both the efforts of Fletcher Christian to get his men beyond the reach of British retribution, and the epic voyage of Lieutenant Bligh to get his loyalists safely to East Timor in a tiny lifeboat. With Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins, Laurence Olivier, Edward Fox, Daniel Day Lewis & Liam Neeson Sat 10/6 Amistad Amistad is the name of a slave ship traveling towards the New World in 1839. It is carrying a cargo of Africans who have been captured, taken on board, and chained in the cargo hold of the ship. As the ship is crossing the Atlantic, Cinque, who was a tribal leader in Africa, leads a mutiny and takes over the ship. They continue to sail, hoping to find help when they land. Instead, when they reach the United States, they are imprisoned as runaway slaves. They don't speak a word of English, and it seems like they are doomed to die for killing their captors when an abolitionist lawyer decides to take their case, arguing that they were free citizens of another country and not slaves at all. The case finally gets to the Supreme Court, where John Quincy Adams makes an impassioned and eloquent plea for their release. Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Morgan Freeman, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Hopkins Fri 10/12 Out of Africa Based on a tru story. In 20th century colonial Kenya, a Danish baroness/plantation owner has a passionate but ultimately doomed love affair with a free-sprited big-game hunter. Won 7 Oscars. Another 22 wins & 17 nominations. Directed by Sidney Pollack. With Meryl Streep, Robert Redford, Klaus Maria Brandauer Fri 10/19 City Lights The Tramp struggles to help a blind flower girl he has fallen in love with. Charlie Chaplin. Sat 10/20 Safety Last $15

Watch this classic Hal Roasch silent film starring Harold Lloyd with live piano accompaniment by Ben Model! KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Sun 10/7 Artspower’s Production of Fish Face 1:00 pm $12 Sparkling with lively wit, this vibrant musical addresses serious issues with a light touch, based on the book by Patricia Reilly Giff. Ages 6-10. Sun 10/21 James Campbell’s Comedy 4 Kids 1:00 pm $12 Laugh with the hilarious James Campbell, the world’s only stand-up comedian for kids (and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words!) Ages 6 and up. Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Fri 10/26 - Sun 10/28 "Frankenstein Follies: The Ghoulishly Fun Musical Revue" Fri 7:00 pm, Sat 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm, Sun 2:00 pm Stages, a children's theater workshop, will present this Halloween favorite at Bay Street Theatre. Tickets are $15, which include the show and the fun carnival bash immediately following the show. Proceeds will help support Stages' scholarship program. For tickets, call the Bay Street Theatre at 725-9500. For more information, call Stages at 329-1420. THE BAY STREET THEATRE ADULT CLASSES Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Saturdays - Playwriting Workshop with William Burford $125 per 4 week session (Through October 2007) 10am - 1pm Playwrights hear their scripts read, followed by supportive discussion from other active writers under the guidance of director, writer and Bay Street General Manager William Burford. Bill is the General Manager of Bay Street Theater. He has directed over 60 productions across the U.S., specializing in new works, and has produced many more. He is a panelist on the New York State Council for the Arts. Bill has taught theatre, interdisciplinary arts and creative process. Many in this group are seasoned playwrights, some new to the craft. Newcomers are encouraged to sit in a first session without cost. All participants are expected to present current work. Participants sign up for four sessions at a time. Please call Bill Burford at 631-725-0818 ext. 104 for additional information. The Bay Street Theatre Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series offers established and emerging playwrights an opportunity to hear their new work in front of an audience. It is also a forum to determine a new play's readiness and suitability for possible production at the Theatre. Readings are complimentary and are general admission seating. There is a $3 charge for the tea and cake available at the concessions. Please check back regularly for an updated schedule. Sat 10/6 Road Rage by Wendy Hammond, Directed by Murphy Davis 3:00 pm Sat 10/13 Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series: Men’s Lives By Joe Pintauro Directed by Emma Walton 8:00 pm Sat 10/20 Time Will Tell By Kristen Lowman Directed by Lisa James 3:00 pm THE ARTISTS ALLIANCE OF EAST HAMPTON, INC. PO Box 2242 East Hampton 324-2225 Wed 10/3 – Mon 10/8 Preview Exhibition at the Walk Tall Gallery and Framing 62 Park Place East Hampton 324-9776 Over twenty artists work on view for tours. Tour tickets will be available for purchase as well as the artwork featured. Fri 10/5 Opening Reception at the Walk Tall Gallery 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sat 10/6 & Sun 10/7 Artists Studio Tours 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Tickets are $50 (tax-deductible) and include the official Studio Tour Map which describes each artists work and provides easy driving directions to their studio. Over twenty five artists will open their studios for the Artist's Alliance of East Hampton's 4th Annual Fall Artists Studio Tour. This is a self-guided tour and with one ticket you can visit the artists in their studios in Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Sag Harbor & East Hampton. Go for one day or both, visit the studios that interest you the most and in the order that's most convenient for you. Participants will meet the artists in their studios, discuss their work, and purchase original fine art directly from the source! Paintings, sculpture, prints and photography range from museum quality work to very affordable. Artists include: Frances Alenikoff,

Ted Asnis, Craig Banks, Roisin Bateman, Susan Burton, Carolyn Conrad, Aarno Dobrin, Jim Gemake, Phyllis Hammond, Scott Hewett, George Lombardi, Madeleine Meehan, Nicky Gioia Mitchell, Irina Ourusoff, Nova Mihai Popa, Christine Schlesinger, Frank Sofo, Walter Schwab, Roseanne Schwab, Lunna Star, Gideon Stein and Dan Welden, Lew Zacks and more .Tickets are available by calling the Artists Alliance office at (631)-324-2225 and at several retail locations throughout the Hamptons including all Bookhampton Stores, East End Books, Golden Eagle, Gone Local Gallery, and Hampton Photo Arts. SAVE SAG HARBOR P.O. Box 775 Sag Harbor 332-8717 Sun 10/7 Benefit Concert Old Whaler’s Church 44 Union Street Sag Harbor 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm $25 Minimum Contribution, $50 Suggested Donation, Children under 16 Free Special Guest Performer Alexa Ray Joel! Cocktails, picnic, music, and fun. To prevent the overdevelopment of Sag Harbor Village and Waterfront, to fund legal counsel & research to preserve the quality of life in Sag Harbor, to investigate a Comprehensive Plan for the Village and its future… Tickets available at Whalers Cleaners, Sylvester & Co., or by sending a check or money order to PO Box 775 Sag Harbor NY 11963. Please indicate the number of people attending. Space is limited so reserve early. PAMELA WILLIAMS GALLERY 167 Main Street, Amagansett 267-7817 Current Exhibitions: Alyson Denny - The Six-Circle Variations / Scott Kelley – Pink (Through 10/22) Fri & Sat 11 am – 6 pm, Sun & Mon 11 am – 5:00 pm WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 10/6 & 7 Celadon - Potter's Market 10/27 - November 4 Celadon - Young Peoples Ceramics 10/28 Brunch Reception: 11:00 am Celadon - Young Peoples Ceramics SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane (631) 283-2494 Museum hours Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Knitting on the Front Porch Thursdays 2:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. $5 per session, $20 for the summer, free for members and children 17 and under Through Mid-October Mimi Finger will instruct beginning students, and gossip with the more advanced, in this perfect summer afternoon hobby. Come and meet other knitting aficionados on the restful front porch of the Rogers Mansion. Exhibition: “We’re Still Here! Evolution of the Shinnecock Nation, Past & Present @ The Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main St. through October 14 Tues 8/28 – Tues 10/16 Jewelry Making in the Pelletreau Silver Shop, 78 Main Street, Southampton 8 weeks, 1 day per week 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. $290 members, $310 non-members, limited to 4 students, materials extra Sat 9/15 – 11/3 Exhibition “Mahogany Dew: African American Artists in Southampton” The goal of this exhibit is to fulfill the museum’s mission by recording an aspect of the African American experience in Southampton and promote their cultural richness to town residents and visitors from around the region. Southampton’s African American community has its origins in the 17th century and made significant contributions to its early development as slaves, artisans, farmers, and cultural leaders. The purpose of this exhibit is to reveal an exhibit of four professional African American artists who have attained excellence in their field. Michael Butler, a self-taught artist who lives in village of Sag Harbor in the Town of Southampton, recently owned a gallery in Sag Harbor and is a former director at the Bridgehampton Cultural Center (also in Southampton). His vibrant humorous paintings depict scenes of contemporary urban living. Joanne Williams-Carter has been painting footwear since 1980. Her contemplative canvases of empty shoes show a special insight in the ordinariness of everyday objects, which can reveal the personality of the person who just used them. Frank Wimberley, of Sag Harbor and New York City, is the most well known artist in this exhibit. Art Writer Phyllis Braff says “Throughout his long career, Wimberley has been coaxing expressive content from art’s key components: invented form and space, color and its vibrations; pigment and its viscosity, brush action and gestural rhythms.” The artist’s work has been shown in many national museums and galleries and is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Yale University. Herbert Randall, Jr. Mr. Randall has been recognized nationally for his photographs documenting the Freedom March in 1964, with exhibits at the Smithsonian Museum, Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He went to Mississippi in 1964, not as a photographer, but as a young

artist with a camera. With the exception of a few pictures released to the national wire services, most of his powerful photographs remained unseen until recently. In 2001 a book was published of his work and a traveling exhibit was organized that went on a national tour. He currently lives on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton. Mr. Randall will be exhibiting photographs taken in Southampton, New York City, and Mississippi that have never been on public view. This is a rare opportunity to see the work of a Southampton legend. Fri 10/5 3rd Annual All Day Knit Fest11:00 am- 3:00 pm $5 at the door, free for museum members, bring a brown bag lunch Spend a completely pleasurable day in the company of friends who love to knit! Bring a brown bag lunch (we’ll supply beverages and desserts), unused yarn to trade, and a small gift for the grab bag drawing. We’ll have short special presentations during the day, and at 2 pm. We’ll share our all-time favorite finished or unfinished work (optional!). Hilary Woodward and Mimi Finger are hosting the event which is sponsored by Rogers Memorial Library. Sat 10/6 Benefit “Southampton’s Upscale Barn Sale” 9:00 am - 4:00 pm free Antiques, jewelry, collectables, vintage clothing, furniture, ceramics and much more will be sold by dealers at this one-day sale to benefit the museum’s education programs Wed 10/10 Artisan Bread Baking Workshop 10:30 am-1:00 pm $40 members, $45 non-members Join Keith Kouris, Master Bread Maker, for an inspiring morning of baking. You will make bread and learn the basic techniques of creating a successful loaf. Keith will describe differences in the varieties of breads we enjoy. Finish the morning with a bowl of soup made from fresh local produce along with a piece of warm home made bread. Keith Kouris is a Bread Guild of America Master Bread Maker and owner of Blue Duck Bakery in Southampton where the bread is always baked to perfection. BRING: a mixing bowl and wooden spoon Sat 10/13 Panel Discussion with Brenda Simmons, the curator of “Mahogany Dew: African American Artists in Southampton” and the artists in the exhibit. 2:00 pm Some of the questions the panelists will discuss include: Why does someone decide to be artist? How does living on the South Fork affect making art? How does being an African American influence your art? This event is free to the public and refreshments will be served. Sun 10/14 Concert “Mostly Chopin, Salon de Virtuosi” 4:00 pm $25 per person Southampton’s Polish American Political Club is sponsoring a concert titled “Mostly Chopin, Salon de Virtuosi” featuring the Karkowska Sisters. The musicians include Anna Karkowska, a violinist who made her debut at the age of fifteen at the prestigious String Masters Festival and her sister Kasha, who graduated from the Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw. They will be performing music composed by Poland’s best-known composers Henryk Wieniawski (1835-1880) and Frederick Chopin (1810-1849). A champagne reception follows the concert. Tickets are $25 per person and are available in the museum’s gift shop. Call 283-2494 for more information. 10 Week Course Tuesdays starting 10/16 Rug Hooking Classes with Gail Horton 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm $130 members, $145 non-members, limited to 15 students Come join the fun. Gail Horton, renowned textile artist, will teach a 10-week course in rug hooking sponsored by the Southampton Historical Museum. The classes are for beginning and advanced students and include wool-dying lessons. Thurs 10/18 “East End Study Group: Local History Discussions” 10:00 am – 12:00 pm $4, free for members Sun 10/20 “Art Classes for Children” 10:30 am – 12:00 pm $10 materials fee The workshop will begin with a brief background of African-American art and artists including the museum’s exhibit “Mahogany Dew: African American Artists in Southampton.” Students will be encouraged to draw upon their own histories and backgrounds to provide inspiration for their works. Then it will be time to get down to some serious work and fun! This is the first in a series of three art classes for children. The classes are limited to 12 students, ages 8 to 12. Please call the museum to reserve a space at 283-2494. Knitting in the Music Room Thursdays 2:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. $5 per session, free for members Sat 10/27 Haloween Program for Children: “Spooky Spirits in the Sayre Barn” 10:30 am to 2:00 pm Free for children 9 years old and under The Sayre Barn, built in 1739 has a scary story to tell the youngsters of today. Come see a spook and join the fun. 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. 8/12 – 10/14 Exhibition - All the More Real: Portrayals of Intimacy and Empathy This exhibition explores the various strategies artists employ to seduce and/or deflect a viewer's engagement with the physicality of the body and the object of art. Co-curated by artist Eric Fischl and Parrish Art Museum Robert Lehman Curator, Merrill Falkenberg, it is composed of paintings, sculpture, photography and video and brings together works by a diverse group of artists. CREATIVE ART WORKSHOPS: Children Age 2 and 3 with Adult Caregiver Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10:00 am - 10:45 am Children and adult caregivers will explore the concepts of colors and shapes through art activities including painting, modeling clay and collage with art educator Erin O'Connor. In addition, O'Connor will lead the class in singing and movement activities. $25 Parrish Members / $35 Non-Members After School Art: Children Age 3 and 4 Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 & 11/1, 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm After School Art workshops are designed for children to learn about the works of art and to create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting and drawing. Free. Advance registration is required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. After School Art: Children in Grades 3, 4 and 5 Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 & 11/1, 3:45 pm 4:45 pm After School Art workshops are designed for children to learn about the works of art and to create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting and drawing. Free. Advance registration is required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. Sat 10/6 Director's Lunch 12:00 pm Enjoy a seated lunch with Director Trudy C. Kramer who will speak to our members about our 2008 exhibition schedule, the Museum's recent acquisitions, and our building program. ($250 level Members and higher) Sat 10/6 Art: 21: Protest 7:00 pm Free admission Don't miss this sneak preview screening from Season Four of the acclaimed PBS series Art: 21 – Art in the Twenty-First Century. Art: 21 is the first broadcast series for national public television to focus exclusively on contemporary visual art and artists in the United States. Protest, one of four new episodes premiering this fall, presents four artists whose work engages politics, inequality, poverty and injustice: Kelly Shindler, Manager of Public Programs and Outreach for Art 21, will introduce the program and answer questions after the screening. Sun 10/7 East Hampton Collection of Nancy and Stanley Singer 2:00 pm The Art Club will visit the astounding collection of contemporary art heavyweights housed in the Singer's East Hampton home. ($500 level Members and higher) Sat 10/13 Figure It Out: An Interdisciplinary Arts Workshop for High School Students 10:00 am – 2:00 pm High School students are invited to explore the nature of human interaction and expression through observation, discussion and a series of interactive creative movement and figure drawing activities during this exciting day long program presented by The Parrish Art Museum and the Watermill Center. The day begins with an engaging look at The Parrish's current exhibition, All the More Real: Portrayals of Intimacy and Empathy and concludes at the Watermill Center where students will participate in a variety of activities including drawing from the figure. Throughout the day, students will be working with professional performing and visual artists responding to the themes brought forth in All the More Real. Though admission is free, reservations are required. Students meet at The Parrish, transportation to and from The Parrish and the Watermill Center is included. To register, call Melissa Erb, Director of School Programs at 283-2118, ext. 20. Tues 10/16 Bus Tour: The Metropolitan Museum of Art $60 Parrish Members / $75 Non-Members The Met is home to the finest collection of Dutch art outside of Europe—including 20 works by Rembrandt himself—and all 228 of these masterpieces will be displayed together for the first time in the major special exhibition The Age of Rembrandt. The exhibition coincides with the publication of the first catalogue of the collection and will celebrate Rembrandt's 400th birthday. After a noon guided tour of The Age of Rembrandt, there will be time for lunch and visits to the museum's other exhibitions, including Drawings and Prints from Holland's Golden Age and Abstract Expressionism and other Modern Works. Sat 10/20 Alan Shields: Stirring up the Waters and Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future Champagne Preview 5:00 pm Premier members will enjoy a personal tour of the exhibitions and a champagne reception with artist Almond Zigmund and Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education. ($500 level Members and higher)

Sat 10/20 Alan Shields: Stirring up the Waters and Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future: Members' Only Opening & Reception 6:00 pm (All Members) In the 1960s, artists increasingly extended the parameters of art making. A number of artists, Alan Shields among them, produced works that were innovative and extended, rather than repudiated, the history of painting. Join curator Klaus Kertess and artists Howardena Pindell, Keith Sonnier and Jack Whitten for a discussion of how artists negotiated a period of unprecedented artistic freedom. A reception will follow. Sun 10/21 – 12/30 Exhibition - Alan Shields: Stirring up the Waters Alan Shields (1944–2005) became widely known for his large-scale pieces that used materials as diverse as cotton belting and strung beads to forge a new concept for art works that operated not as painting or sculpture but as an amalgam of the two. Alan Shields: Stirring up the Waters will reunite works from the late 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s, some of which have not been shown in decades. Revisiting this early period will provide a long overdue opportunity to view this work in the context of Shields’s entire career, to examine his position among his peers, and to assess his continuing importance for art-making today. Sun 10/21 – 12/30 Exhibition - Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future For the artist Almond Zigmund (b. 1971) space is, both simply and profoundly, "what we live in," and her drawings, sculpture and installations can convey to viewers a heightened sense of their surroundings. For The Parrish, Zigmund will create an installation in the museum's Front Gallery, confronting the Beaux-Arts interior space of architect Grosvenor Atterbury's 1914 addition to the museum. The installation will comprise a large-scale sculpture, a vinyl wall piece and a neon work, all calibrated to interject tension and create an environment that will challenge preconceived notions of the space. Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future is organized by Alicia G. Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education, and has been made possible, in part, with generous support from…. Fri 10/26 Fridays @ Noon: Alicia Longwell on Alan Shields 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admisson Join Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education, Alicia Longwell, for a gallery tour of Alan Shields: Stirring Up the Waters. This popular lunchtime series featuring Parrish curators, educators and invited guests provides a closer look at topics and themes in our fall exhibitions. Bring your lunch and we'll provide beverages and dessert. Sat 10/27 Halloween Party 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Free Admission After the Southampton Village Rag-A-Muffin Parade and Pumpkin Trail, enjoy a festive Halloween party at The Parrish. The afternoon will include family photos, music and refreshments. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 FILMS @ THE PARRISH $5 Parrish Members / $7 Non-Members per film 7:00 pm Join us as we launch a new film viewing and discussion series this spring. Each film will be followed by an online discussion forum moderated by series curator, film critic, and educator John K. Turnbull. Turnbull has taught film at the college level and holds degrees in film studies from City College and Harvard University. Fri 10/5 OLA Latino Film Festival 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm Free Both films are in Spanish with English Subtitles The Organizacion Latino Americana presents the 2007 Latino-Hispanic Film Festival. This festival promotes Latin American culture and brings diverse communities together— Latino and non-Latino alike— to explore and enjoy the artistic production of different Latin American countries. Live-In Maid/Cama Adentro Director: Jorge Gaggero, Cast: Norma Aleandro, Norma Argentina. The bittersweet tale of two women who need each other more then they ever intended: a live in housekeeper of 30 years and the once rich socialite who can no longer afford to pay her. Awards/Festivals: WINNER - Special Jury Prize, 2005 Sundance Film Festival; Official Selection, 2005 New Directors/New Films; Offical Selection, 2004 San Sebastian Film Festival. Reviews: "Large in spirit and ambition, and very nearly perfect in execution... The best film in this year’s New Directors/New Films festival." - A.O. Scott, The New York Times Family Law/Derecho de Familia. Director: Daniel Burman Cast: Daniel Hendler, Arturo Goetz, Eloy Burman, Julieta Díaz As he adjusts to being a husband and father, Ariel Perelman (Hendler) meditates on the ways in which he is similar -- and so very different -- from his own dad. Fri 10/12 Film: Frida (2002) Directed by Julie Taymor. Starring Salma Hayek, Alfred Molina. In English. 123 minutes. Nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Actress, Frida chronicles the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo from age 15 to her death at 47. Married tumultuously for 25 years to the Mexican muralist and painter Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo is widely known for her self-portraits, many of which incorporate symbolic portrayals of her physical and psychological wounds. "When the movie manages to break free,"

according to New York Times critic A.O. Scott, "in bursts of color, imagination, music, sex and over-the-top theatricality, it honors the artist's brave, anarchic spirit." Sun 10/21 Fall Family Festival: The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus presents The Wild West 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm No advance registration is required. Rain or Shine. Free Admission At 1 pm, join Jack Pennygaff and Miss Philly on a rollicking ride through the multicultural American Frontier with music and storytelling. Witness classic Wild West thrills like Fancy Lasso tricks, Target-Snapping Bullwhip-Cracking, a learn-by-doing Line Dance, our own delightfully original comedy Knife Throwing act, Juggling, Six-Gun Spinning and a Cowpoke Sing-Along with with Commander Karl on the Fiddle and Professor Targum Fruitjar on the Banjo. You won't be able to keep still! From 2 to 4 pm, all the kiddies are invited into Buckaroo's Corral for lasso twirling and juggling lessons, art activities, face painting, an ice-cream concession, music and more! Fri 10/26 Film: Basquiat (1996) Directed by Julian Schnabel. Starring Jeffrey Wright, Michael Wincott, Benicio Del Toro. In English. 108 minutes. In 1981, Jean-Michel Basquiat rose from unknown nineteen-year-old graffiti writer to one of the most successful, controversial and glamorous artists in the world. His shows were eagerly anticipated and his paintings were bought by the most powerful collectors and museums. In spite of his success, this turbulent and talented young painter was also plagued by loneliness and self-destruction, and he died at the age of 27. The painter/filmmaker Julian Schnabel captures the meteoric rise and fall of Basquiat and the art world milieu in which he thrived. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 929-5875 All events held at the Levitas Center for the Arts unless otherwise noted. Sat 10/6 3rd Annual Artist & Celebrity Bird House Auction Preview Exhibition @ Hampton Road Gallery, 36 Hampton Road Southampton 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Silent bidding on Birdhouses begins today. Birdhouses will be on view through 10/12. Sat 10/13 3rd Annual Artist & Celebrity Bird House Auction 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm $40 Hosted by Renee Zellwegger. To benefit the South Fork Breast Health Coalition. Bird Houses by Aretha Franklin, Brooke Shields, Peggy Fleming, Rudi Giuliani, Betsy Johnson and more…Contact Susie Roden 631-726-8606 Fri 10/19 MacTalla Mor, sponsored by the Southampton Publick House and Southampton Ales & Lagers 7:00 PM EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Fri 10/26 – Tues 10/30 First Fun Festival of Frights at Mulford Farm! Fri 10/26 7:00 pm Spooky stories for grownups and children! @ the Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street Free Sat 10/27 9:00 am – 10:00 pm Opening of Scarecrow display and judging, 9-10am Prizes will be awarded. *General viewing all day starting at 9am *The Haunted Ghoul Barn open from 6-10pm All Free! Sun 10/28 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm Scarecrow display & Pumpkin carving, Scarecrow display, 12-4pm, Pumpkin carving demo/workshop, 2pm Bring a scooped out pumpkin to participate. The Haunted Ghoul Barn open from 6-10pm All Free! Mon 10/29 6:30 pm Lantern tour - Our “haunted tour guide”, “Count” Hugh King will conduct a Lantern tour of the Old South Burial Ground. $10 admission fee per person. Adults required with children under 14 years old. Make your reservations soon by calling our office (324-6850) Space is limited. Tues 10/30 6:30 pm Spooky Stories for Kids For Grades K-2, with Mrs. Ghouly Gina Kraus and (Grades 3-6) with Mrs. Lisa Mummy McKee and Mrs. Shrieking Shannon DiGate @ the Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street 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 self-directed 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: $5.0 Classes for Infants & Toddlers BABIES BOOGIE TODDLERS TANGO ENCHANTED GARDEN GYM, YOGA & TUMBLING AUTUMN GARDEN CLAY DAYS EARTHLY DELIGHTS COOKING CLASS LEAVES ARE FALLING TODDLER ART OLD FASHIONED CLAY DAYS SLIPPERY SEALS GYM, YOGA & MOVEMENT CLASS HEALTHY FOODS COOKING CLASSSES TURTLE TODDLER ART Classes for Children 4-6 yrs old WOOD-WORKING AT HARVEST TIME AUTUMN CLAY DAYS PLAY IN MY GARDEN CHILDREN'S THEATER EARTHLY DELIGHTS COOKING CLASS GET HEALTHY COOKING CLASS TOOTH FAIRY TALES & ART WORKSHOP DOLPHINS. PORPOISES & SEA TURTLES OH MY! JAZZ IT UP! PAINTING WORKSHOP Classes for Children 7-12 yrs old JAPANESE KARATE ARCHITECTURE - Construct and Construe GO-CART MAKING CLAYMATION OLD TIME RADIO SHOW, LIVE! OLD TIME FAMILY SCRAPBOOKING DOLPHINS, SEALS & PORPOISES Sat 10/13 LOOK WHO LIVES IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD - MITCHELL KRIEGMAN 10:00 am – 11:00 am Reservations required. Free with the price of admission. As the creator of shows such as "Clarissa Explains It All," "Bear in the Big Blue House" and "Book of Pooh," and an executive head writer and developer of numerous other signature television series including "Rugrats", "Ren and Stimpy", "Doug" and the feature film Elmo in Grouchland, among other properties, Mitchell continues to develop innovative content for kids and their parents. Mitchell's production company, Three Kids and a Dog, is also at the forefront of creating new and unique production techniques that improve the economics of film and television production while serving the creative content. Mitchell will be bringing some surprise characters with him! Sat 10/20 @ 4:00 pm & Sun 10/21 @ 2:00 pm " Gwendolyn and the Good Time Gang " $15 Ages 2-8 The critically acclaimed debut children's CD, "Gwendolyn and the Good Time Gang" won Los Angeles based songwriter Gwendolyn Sanford an ever-widening base of young fans (and their parents). Now Gwendolyn and her band take it up a notch with "Get Up and Dance!" an album that's sure to rock your socks off and get your feet moving. Get up and dance with Gwendolyn and her seven piece rock band, coming to us all the way from Los Angeles! This sonic adventure promises music to rock your socks off and get your feet moving. Gwendolyn's music inspires you to pick up an instrument and make music, whatever your age. Musical fun will be had by everyone. Don't forget to wear your dancin' shoes!!! Fri 10/26 2nd Annual Halloween Bat Bash Shows for ages 3-11 at 4:00 pm & 6:30 pm $10 per person members/$12 non-members. Reservations Highly Recommended! 631-537-8250 or www.cmee.org You are sure to have a batty good time this Halloween as CMEE holds their 2nd Bat Bash. Real bats will entertain you as the Bat Zone’s Rob Mies comes all the way from the Cranbrook Institute in Michigan to the doorsteps of CMEE. Step into the mysterious

world of bats! Meet some crazy bats – especially one with a 6 ft. wingspan. But that’s not all! There will be ghoulish art projects, Halloween cupcake decorating, a Witch’s Kitchen, a housnted pirate’s ship, a fortune teller,and a snake charmer! Halloween costumes are highly encouraged for both children and adults. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshop. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline 537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members are charged $5 per person Sat 10/6 Peak Fall Migration Bird Walk 9:00 am Sag Harbor Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Birds migrate to improve their chances of survival. The southward bound migration takes them to areas where they can find food, water, and cover. In our area, as temperatures fall and resources become scarce, warblers, orioles, and hawks are just some of the birds that join in the flight south. Joe will help you to identify these birds and many others on this fall migration walk. Sat 10/13 Salamander Logrolling – Especially for Children 10:30 am Montauk Walk Leader: Andy Sabin. Salamander logrolling is the perfect nature adventure for children. Walk leader Andy Sabin, also known as Mr. Salamander, will scour the forest floor, turning over rocks and logs, in search of our native salamanders. There’s lots of life under these rocks and logs, and you never know what you may find. Sat 10/20 Special Visit to the Town of East Hampton's “Grow- Out Racks” for Their Shellfish Enhancement Program 10:00 am Napeague For South Fork Natural History Museum Members Only Limited to 15 people Reserve immediately. Call SoFo at 631- 537-9735 Program Leader: Frank Quevedo, Bay Management Specialist 1, Due to a declining population of bivalves (clams, scallops, and oysters), the Town of East Hampton raises some of these bivalves to the age of one year and then seeds them in harbors and bays throughout the Town. This is a unique opportunity to see the Enhancement Program in action as you board a flat-bottom boat and ride to the inlet of Napeague Harbor to see where and how the Town “grows-out” these clams, scallops, and oysters for later seeding. Please wear appropriate footwear as your feet may get wet. Sat 10/27 “Return of the American Elm” Benefit for the South Fork Natural History Museum and The Sag Harbor Tree Fund. 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm (screenings at 5:30 & 7 pm) at the South Fork Natural History Museum $50 Reservations are a must for this program. Tickets will be held at the door. The South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) and the Sag Harbor Tree Fund will present two screenings, at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., of the new documentary film by Dan Smith, The American Elm: Majestic, Imperiled, Renewed. The American Elm: Majestic, Imperiled, Renewed is about trees, about our history and about community. It tells the story of how most of our stately American elms, which once shaded avenues with their towering canopy and feathery foliage, succumbed to Dutch elm disease. The disease was first identified in the Netherlands and is caused by a fungus transmitted by the elm bark beetle. The film also tells the inspiring story of how through the talent, devotion, and action of U.S. Park Service plant pathologists, scientists, and planners, and their efforts to hybridize and cultivate varieties of disease-resistant elms, it is now possible for the elm to flourish once more. Equally important, the film chronicles the remarkable grassroots efforts of dedicated individuals, who are working together to make a difference in the health and beauty of our environment. Before and after the screenings, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., there will be cocktails and snacks. Choice specimens of native plants will be offered in a silent auction. A dozen ‘Jefferson’ Elms, a new cultivar not available elsewhere will also be for sale. Tickets are $50 per person, payable to SoFo, at P.O. Box 455, Bridgehampton, NY 11932. The proceeds will benefit the South Fork Natural History Museum’s nature education programs and the Sag Harbor Tree Fund’s work to restore the majestic elm to the village of Sag Harbor. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 110 Stephen Hands Path Wainscott 324-0207 or 324-3229 Sat 10/27 4th Annual Harvest Festival 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm $10 Adult/$5 Child (3-12 years) Potato sack races, pumpkin painting, guess the weight of the pumpkin, face painting, pony rides, Giant-Rex & Jumping Castle, games, costume contest, music, hot cider & yummy autumn treats! Plus Great Prizes! Raindate Sun 10/28

THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 Rates and schedules are subject to change. All trips depart from and return to Montauk Harbor unless noted. Reservations required Block Island Jumbo Sea Bass Full Day Limited Trips This trip will sail aboard the Viking Stariper every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The limit is strictly 25 anglers and the boat leaves the dock at 5am and returns at 3:30pm. Reservations are strongly recommended. The fare is $85 per person and it includes bait and tackle. Full Day Porgy Fishing This trip departs daily at 5am. The fare is $60 per person. The fare includes bait free of charge. Night Striped Bass Fishing This trip departs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm and returns at 1am. The fare is $75 per person. The fare includes live eels free of charge. Reservations are recommended for this trip. Trip Type

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SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Sat 10/6 Art of Wine Benefit, 5:00 to 7:00 pm Sat 10/6 Book Signing with Authors Stephen Longmire (Keeping Time in Sag Harbor) and Ruth Crocker (Mrs. Russell Sage), 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Sun 10/7 Meet the Authors Brunch, 11:00 am EAST END BOOKS 53 The Circle, East Hampton 324-8680 The Work of Artist Paige Peterson Sat 10/7 – Wed 10/26 Artist Paige Peterson will show new paintings and paintings from her new book Blackie the Horse Who Stood Still. Reception For The Artist And Author Christopher Cerf Sat 10/13 6:00–7:30 pm Sat 10/20 Setsuo Ito 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Meet the sculptor Setsuo Ito who will sign copies of his new book Earthscapture: The Art of Setsuo Ito. The first publication on the sculpture of Setsuo Ito. His work is dramatic and influenced by the natural beauty of the western regions of the US as seen through the lens of his Japanese culture. Russell Means, Native American author and activist writes...“in order to fully understand the majesty and scope of this art by Setsuo Ito, one must have patience and appreciation for not only the aesthetic beauty but also the spirituality of the subject of the sculptures.” Sun 10/21 Readings at East End Books: Gahan Wilson 11:00–12:00

Sure to incite a quiver of laughter or a shiver, The Best of Gahan Wilson features a macabre collection of the best and most hilarious examples of the jaundiced humor that got Wilson published in publications such as Playboy, The New Yorker, Esquire, and National Lampoon. Not content to chronicle just a collection of cartoons, this retrospective includes Wilson's wry, illustrated essays on such topics as childhood fears and human tourists in space. A unique creator, Wilson straddles humor markets ranging from art enthusiasts to sci-fi junkies with offbeat aplomb. Fri 10/26 – Tues 11/8 The Art of Stephen Huneck Original woodcuts and giclee prints CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 10/6 Kathryn Szoka’s photographs at the Wallace Gallery in East Hampton for the Plein Air Peconic exhibition. 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Thurs 10/11 Astrologer Robert Wilkinson speaks on current and future trends 6:00 pm Sat 10/13 Memorial reading in honor of poet Robert Long 6:00 pm Remembering Robert Long poet, editor, teacher, friend. Readings and reflections, poetry, essays, et al. Reception to follow. BOOKHAMPTON 20 Main St East Hampton, 91 Main Street Southampton, 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor 324-4939 Sat 10/13 Local author Richard Rosenthal will read from his new novel, The Dandelion War. East Hampton, 8pm Sat 10/20 Ingrid Newkirk, the founder of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), will be speaking about her new book, Let's Have a Dog Party!: 20 Tail-Wagging Celebrations to Share With Your Best Friend. Sag Harbor, 3pm THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve , Shelter Island 749-1001 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. Reservations taken starting September 1. Sat 10/6 Mashomack: Mashomack Point Paddle 9:00 am Mashomack Point has a beautiful winding tidal creek which is a joy to explore by self-powered boats. We will use both canoes and kayaks to investigate this waterway of the Katherine Ordway Wildlife Refuge. TNC members: kayaks $35, canoes $20. Nonmembers: kayaks $45, canoes $30. Includes all equipment. Raindate, Sunday, October 7. Sat 10/20 Mashomack: Major’s Harbor Beach and Forest Walk 10:00 am The normally off-limits Major’s Harbor shoreline and adjoining forest are a great place to see autumn’s splendor. The normally offlimits Major’s Harbor shoreline and adjoining forest are a great place to see autumn’s splendor. Goldenrod and other late fall flowers, nuts, some berries and foliage are all likely to be seen. Sat 10/27 Family Fun - Nature's Halloween Trail 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Who will be in the woods this year? Mashomack’s band of costumed characters changes every year, and each has fun facts to share. Our theme this year is night creatures and “scary” natural phenomenon. Arrive anytime 5 - 6:30 PM, allowing about 30 minutes to complete the trail. All ages welcome. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Bring a flashlight. Light refreshments following walk. PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 Sat 10/6 Foraging along the Trails of Fort Corchaug 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 23800 Main Road (Route 25), Cutchogue $5/person. Rain cancels. Meet Matauqus Tarrant, Assistant Curator of the Shinnecock Museum, and “Tipi” Ted of The Wilderness Traveling Museum for a fun-filled morning walk along the trails at Fort Corchaug. Learn about edible plants and roots, hear of the settlement of Fort Corchaug, and the important role Native Americans played in establishing the early community of Cutchogue. You are sure to leave with a new appreciation for the earliest settlers, and the challenges they faced foraging for food. Sponsored by the Town of Southold. Sat 10/6 Nature Walk with Chris Roberts 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Quail Hill Farm, Side Hill Lane, Amagansett

Join Quail Hill Farm member and naturalist Chris Roberts at the farmstand for a nature walk through the rolling fields and along some of the trails at the farm. Enjoy the peaceful ambiance of the farm while learning more about the wide variety of flora and fauna found at this beautiful 214-acre preserve, donated to the Peconic Land Trust by Deborah Ann Light. No charge to Quail Hill Farm and Peconic Land Trust members, $5/all others. Rain cancels. Sat 10/13 Meet the Goats at Catapano Dairy 10:30 am – 11:30 am 33705 North Road (Route 48), Peconic Due to the overwhelming success of this fun, child-friendly program, we are offering a second opportunity to meet the goats at Catapano Dairy! Karen Catapano will once again provide all the children with a chance to pet these lively little animals, try their hand at milking, have a taste of several varieties of goat-milk cheese and fudge, and learn all about the farm. With so many opportunities to interact with the goats, don’t forget your camera! Before leaving the farm, stop in at the Catapano’s Delicate Doe Goatique to browse a wide selection of goat milk products, including cheese, body creams and soaps. All children will receive a childsize bar of their very own goat milk soap! $5/person, suitable for children in grades K-6, registration begins at 10:15. **Please note, there is no restroom at the farm, and moderate to heavy rain cancels. Sat 10/20 Hayride Tour of Oregon Road 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 3305 Oregon Road, Mattituck Join the Peconic Land Trust on a fun-filled and informative hayride through the farm fields of Oregon Road! Breathe the crisp fall air and revel in the sights and smells of the autumn harvest as we travel by a variety of working farms and learn about the types of farming activities that make Suffolk County the highest producing county in New York State. The hayride will feature an in-depth discussion on past, present, and future land preservation efforts along Oregon Road with Tim Caufield, Vice President of the Peconic Land Trust, and Melissa Spiro, Land Preservation Coordinator for the Town of Southold. Seasonal refreshments will be provided to all. $5/person, rain cancels. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 OLD MILL ROAD, WATER MILL 726-4625 Sat 10/6 & Sun 10/7 Celadon - Potter's Market 10/27 – 11/4 Celadon - Young Peoples Ceramics Sun 10/28 Brunch Reception: 11:00 am Celadon - Young Peoples Ceramics SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 Mon 10/1 Tree Lighting Ceremony to Paint the Town Pink! 7:00 pm Because We Love to Give Hope. The South Fork Breast Health Coalition, Southampton Hospital’s Breast Health Center, Southampton Chamber of Commerce, and the Village and Town of Southampton will be hosting a Tree Lighting! All are invited. 631.726.8606 Sat 10/6 “Harvest Day: A Traditional Craft & Country Fair” 10am – 4pm. Celebrate the “Handmade” tradition of the South Fork. Rug hooker, blacksmith, beekeeper, folk artists, children’s tent, farm stands, great food. Southampton Historical Museum, 17 Meeting House La., Southampton. Free. 631-283-2494 Sat 10/6 & Sun 10/7 Fall Festival “Taste of Southampton Harvest” 10-4pm Local fares served at local restaurants, merchant sidewalk displays. Sponsored by the Southampton Chamber of Commerce. 631-2830402 Sun 10/7 “Sag Harbor Harvest Sidewalk Sale” Stroll the sidewalks of the business district and sample the wares of the many fine shops Sag Harbor has to offer, while still enjoying the outdoors at this wonderful time of the year. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, 631-725-0011 Sat 10/27 “Annual Rag-A- Muffin Parade and Pumpkin Trail” Parade begins at 9am in Agawam Park, Southampton Village. Children, (9 and under), don their costumes and march around the village streets, trick-or-treating throughout the village business district. Sponsored by The Southampton Chamber of Commerce. 631283-0402 Sat 10/27 “Children's Halloween Ragamuffin Parade”. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce. Dress up the kids in their funniest, scariest or cutest costumes and parade down Main Street, all the way to the Custom House, where refreshments will be served. Begins at 1:00pm. Meet in the Municipal Parking Lot behind the Sag Harbor Launderette, 631-725-0011. Wed 10/31 “Sag Harbor Pumpkin Trail” Trick or Treat throughout the Sag Harbor village business district. A safe trick or treating place for the kids. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, 631-725-0011

BRIDGEHAMPTON COMMUNITY HOUSE Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton NY Sat 10/27 & Sun 10/28 Fall Antiques Show 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Selected exibition offering the finest in American Primitives, Folk Art, jewlry, 18th and 19th Century furniture and decortive items, as well as Holiday collectibles. Held indoors at the Bridgehampton Community House, sponsored by the Lioness Club of the Hamptons for the benefit of the guidedog Foundation. CANCERCARE OF THE HAMPTONS @ The Ross School, 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton Sat 10/27 Conversations About Men’s Cancer – An Interactive Conference. 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Conference is free; preregistration is encouraged. For further information and to register, call Kate Scefonas at (516) 364-8130 or 1-800-813-HOPE or e-mail: kscefonas@cancercare.org. A one-day conference designed to bring men and their wives/partners together to hear about the latest developments in finding, treating and dealing with men’s cancers. Continental breakfast and lunch included. Panel discussion followed by question & answer period. Afternoon workshops - Issues covered: • Medical updates on latest treatments • Psychosocial issues for patients and partners • Screening (participants can receive certificate for free screening for prostate cancer) Panelists will include: • Dr. Christopher Lee, Director of Urologic Oncology, Stony Brook Cancer Center • Dr. Stuart Lichtman, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center • CancerCare social worker • Other specialists in the field. MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 742 Montauk Highway Montauk 668-2428 Mon 10/1 – Fri 11/30 MBCA 15th Annual Striped Bass Derby Call 668-5741 for info Sat 10/6 Stars Over Montauk- Fireworks by Grucci 7:00 pm The fireworks, postponed from July 4th, will take place at Umbrella Beach,1/3 mile west of town at dark. Sat 10/6 – Sun 10/7 26th Annual Fall Festival Great Clam Chowder Contest & Clam Shucking (Sat only), 30 Horse Carousel, Inflatable Rides, Carnival Games, Wagon & Pony Rides, LI Wine Tasting, Octoberfest Style Food and Beer, Crab Races, Face Painting, Pumpkin Decorating, Kid's Art Contest, Live music and much more! Cash Catch Raffle Drawing Sat 4:30pm on the Green, Montauk Playhouse Community Center Annual Chinese Auction Sun on the Green Fri 10/12 Samson Occum Celebation at Second House Museum Born in a wigwam on Mohegan land, Samson Occum (1723-1792) was one of the first ordained Christian Indian ministers. Occum's popularity as an eloquent teacher and spiritual leader grew with Indians over a large part of New England. To accommodate this interest, he decided to form a New England Christian Indian School. The church sent him to England to raise funds, where he collected eleven thousand pounds from wealthy patrons, such as the Earl of Dartmouth and King George. When he returned however, he found his family destitute and his school moved to Hanover, New Hampshire, where it became Dartmouth College. This disappointment was followed by the Connecticut Colony's ruling that the Mohegans would not be compensated for land they sold to the colony. The colony then backed an unpopular candidate for Mohegan Sachemship. This led the Mohegans to decide that no Sachem was better than a colonial puppet. With the Tribe increasingly penniless and powerless, Occum accepted an invitation for his group to resettle with the upstate New York Oneida. He hoped their new home in Brothertown, New York would free them from additional disappointment. His legacy for the Mohegan people who remained in Connecticut was a reputation for being Christianized, which helped them avoid later relocation. (Copyright ©2004 The Mohegan Tribe) Wed 10/31 Annual Halloween Parade - Main St 4:00 pm Trick or Treaters march east on Main Street from the Corner Store to Martells GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 Unless indicated, GEE’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Tues 10/2 ATTENTION STUDENTS! GET IN ON THE BIG DIG!! And earn Community Service hours

for school! 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm This is a great opportunity for students to earn community service credits and be part of an ongoing effort to remove an invasive plant from Louse Point. On this afternoon, we’ll be digging up as much Japanese knotweed as we can and preparing the site for planting native beach grass and other sand loving plants come spring. EVERYONE IS WELCOME AND NEEDED, not just students! However, if you would like to use this project towards community service, be sure to bring any necessary paperwork. Please bring a shovel if you can. Refreshments provided! For more information, please contact Anita Wright at 631-537-1400 (x17) or acwright@eastendenvironment.org. Tues 10/2 MASHOMACK: JEWEL OF THE PECONIC 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Come out for a scenic hike in beautiful Mashomack Preserve. We are planning a 3-mile hike, past salt ponds and through forest and open meadow. Mashomack Preserve covers one third of Shelter Island and is located in the beautiful Peconic Estuary. It is a unique and picturesque Nature Conservancy preserve, considered to be a “Jewel of the Peconic.” For reservations or more information, please contact Jennifer Skilbred at 631-537-1400 (x18) or jskilbred@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 10/6 Bike and Hike in SOUTHOLD 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Join Kate Schertel for a 12-mile bike ride along Soundview Avenue in Southold. We will make stops at Horton Point Lighthouse and Goldsmiths Inlet Park. A short hiking trail at this park features: mature woodlands, tidal wetlands, and a view of Goldsmith Inlet Pond. Please bring your own bicycle, helmet, water and snack. Sorry, bike rentals are not available. Contact Kate Schertel for reservations and directions to the meeting place at 631-537-1400 (x13) or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 This month we introduce our new “Family Hikes” series. Each month one Saturday hike will be recommended as a family outing. Individuals are, of course, welcome to this and all hikes on the schedule. For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com. Wed 10/3 Big Reed Harvest Hike 10:00 am (3 miles) Enjoy the lush trails around Big Reed Pond in their fall colors; ripe grapes, apples, and hickory nuts may be found along the way. Meet at the parking area off East Lake Drive, about 2 miles north of the intersection with Rt. 27 in Montauk. Leader: Ray Hartjen 324- 2490 Sat 10/6 “To the Lighthouse” 10:00 am (3 miles) Don’t miss this special event, featuring a leisurely stroll on the beach to the Cedar Point Lighthouse. While there we will be treated to an informative historical talk by the greatgrandson of the lighthouse’s last keeper. Bob Allen is also on the broad of directors of the Long Island chapter of the U.S. Lighthouse Society. He will bring us up to date on that organization’s plans to restore the lighthouse to its Boston Granite grandeur. Meet at the visitor’s parking lot, about one mile into Cedar Point County Park from its entrance on Cedar Road in Northwest. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Wed 10/10 Waterfence 10:00 am (5 miles) A favorite of the hike leader and hikers alike, this vigorous outing takes us along 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 668-2093 Sat 10/13 Seal Haulout & Money Pond 10:00 am (3 miles) Recommended for families Canadian seals will soon be frolicking on the shores of Block Island sound. We’ll take the trail that leads to their vacation spot and visit the informational kiosk so we’ll know what to look for when the seals arrive in December. On the way out we’ll make a side trip to see the pretty Money Pond in its autumnal glory. Meet at Camp Hero Rd in Montauk, a right turn off Rt 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Sun 10/14 Longshanks Hike #3 9:00 am (10.8 miles) A circular hike through Northwest Woods . Moderate terrain and moderate pace. We will lunch on the beach at Alewive Brook Landing and after that it’s all downhill. Bring lunch/snacks and plenty of water. Meet at parking area on Two Holes of Water Road,1.8 miles northwest of intersection of Stephans Hands Path. Leader: Cliff Bekkedahl 267-7646 Wed 10/17 Ralph’s Landing 10:00 am (2 miles) Good things still come in small packages. This easy 2 miler (some beach walking) has the best water views in the Northwest, including the Cedar Point Lighthouse, Barcelona Neck, Sag Harbor and Shelter Island. Meet at the water end of Mile Hill Road, off Old Northwest Road in East Hampton . Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662

Sat 10/20 Three Mile Harbor 10:00 am (4 miles) Cross the 175-foot Tanbark Creek Bridge (built by the EHTPS) while enjoying the view from the mouth of Three Mile Harbor. Ramble on to Stony Hill and back. Meet at the intersection of Springy Banks and Soak Hides Roads in East Hampton. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Wed 10/24 Napeague to Fresh Pond 10:00 am (3-4 miles) This lovely section of the Paumanok Path takes us into scenic Hither Woods along a winding trail lined with oak, hickory, and pitch pine to the mirror-like Fresh Pond. Some moderately steep areas. Meet at Napeague Harbor Rd north of the RR tracks. Leader: Larry Raymond 668-3432 SOUTHFORK TRAILS WEEKEND In conjunction with Southampton Trails Preservation Society and the Long Island Greenbelt Conference Sat 10/27 Hike & Lunch 10:00 am (5 miles) Hike a loop through the beautiful Long Pond Greenbelt followed by lunch at the Val Schaffner house, compliments of the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature center, 1061 Bridgehampton turnpike. Long driveway to center is 100 yards north of the Scuttlehole Road intersection on the east side of the Turnpike. RSVP please by Wednesday, October 24th; Glorian Berk 283-2638 Sun 10/28 Barcelona Neck 10:00 am (3 miles) In this most glorious season of the year, what better way to celebrate South Fork Trails Weekend than by visiting one of the most beautiful preserves on the South Fork. Formally called “Russell’s Neck” this 340 acre NYS preserve has the greatest variety of ecosystems of any similarly sized piece of land on Long Island. Some mildly challenging hills will help us to better enjoy the spectacular water views of Gardiners Bay, Northwest Harbor and Sag Harbor Bay. Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Course off route 114 in East Hampton. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sun 10/28 Northwest Path & White Pines 10:00 am (8 miles) Experience Long Island’s largest White Pines forest, hiking the beautiful Northwest Path in East Hampton. Moderate pace on moderate terrain; bring lunch and liquids. Meet at trailhead parking area on Route 114, just south of Edwards Hole Road (between East Hampton and Sag Harbor). Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Wed 10/31 Big Reed Pond 10:00 am (3-4 miles) Enjoy many beautiful water views of Big Reed Pond, including a Registered Natural Landmark. Meet at the parking area off East Lake Drive, about 2 miles north of the intersection with Rt. 27 in Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 During October and November, Ken Kindler will be hiking the Paumanok Path. To join Ken walking sections of the Path call 631563-4354 or E-mail ken@hike-li.org Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Thurs 10/4 S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Meet at the Southampton Town lower level meeting room, Southampton. All are welcome. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 10/6 Long Pond Greenbelt South. 9:00 am – 11:00 am Meet at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Bridgehampton Tpk. A 4 mile hike through Vineyard Field to Crooked and Deer Drink Ponds. Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689. Sun 10/7 Elliston Park. 9:00 am – 11:00 am Meet at Elliston Park on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. A 4 mile hike with some hills, views of Big Fresh and Scallop Ponds. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376 Sat 10/13 Laurel Valley 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road, Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). A 4 mile hike through hilly woods and laurel filled ravines. Chip Dineen, 646-221-8225. Sun 10/14 North Sea Harbor Kayak Adventure 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the town dock on Towd Point Road, North Sea. BYO kayak/canoe and life vest. Ken and Sue Bieger, 631-283-5432. Wed 10/17 Nature Center 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Join the Town of Southampton and the Peconic Land Trust for the first ever movie night at the new Nature Center. The feature is Farming the Future. The show will take place at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center at 1061 Bridgehampton Tpk.; 100 yards north of the Scuttlehole Road intersection on the east side of the Tpk. Laura Smith, 631-283-6000 extension 1958. Sat 10/20 Trout Pond to Long Pond 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Meet at Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road, Noyac (across from Mill Road). Challenging, hilly 7+ mile hike along the Paumanok Path. Bring water and snack. Rudi Lemp, 631-283-3759. Sat 10/20 Narrow Lane Clean-up 8:00 am Help clean our adopted road. Meet at Narrow Lane and Norris Lane. Bring gloves. Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689. Sun 10/21 Morton Wildlife Refuge 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Hike 2 miles on beautiful and historic Jessep’s Neck. Meet at Refuge parking lot on Noyac Road. Sue and Ken Bieger, 631-2835432. Sun 10/21 Horses on Trails Ride Exact time and location to be determined. Suggestions welcomed. BYO horse. All riders must be members of S.T.P.S./H.O.T. You can join day of ride. Call Barbara Bornstein, 631-537-6188. *** Join both STPS and EHTPS to celebrate South Fork Trails Weekend *** Sat 10/27 Hike & Lunch 10:00 am (5 miles) Hike a loop through the beautiful Long Pond Greenbelt followed by lunch at the Val Schaffner house, compliments of the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. Meet at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature center, 1061 Bridgehampton turnpike. Long driveway to center is 100 yards north of the Scuttlehole Road intersection on the east side of the Turnpike. RSVP please by Wednesday, October 24th; Glorian Berk 283-2638 Sun 10/28 Barcelona Neck 10:00 am (3 miles) In this most glorious season of the year, what better way to celebrate South Fork Trails Weekend than by visiting one of the most beautiful preserves on the South Fork. Formally called “Russell’s Neck” this 340 acre NYS preserve has the greatest variety of ecosystems of any similarly sized piece of land on Long Island. Some mildly challenging hills will help us to better enjoy the spectacular water views of Gardiners Bay, Northwest Harbor and Sag Harbor Bay. Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Course off route 114 in East Hampton. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sun 10/28 Northwest Path & White Pines 10:00 am (8 miles) Experience Long Island’s largest White Pines forest, hiking the beautiful Northwest Path in East Hampton. Moderate pace on moderate terrain; bring lunch and liquids. Meet at trailhead parking area on Route 114, just south of Edwards Hole Road (between East Hampton and Sag Harbor). Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Sun10/28 Haunted House Tour of Sag Harbor 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Meet on the Long Wharf by the windmill in Sag Harbor. Annette Hinkle and Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Williams Sonoma Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 COOKING CLASSES Tuesdays 12:00pm to 2:00pm unless noted otherwise Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 10/2 an Autumn Dinner Party Showcasing autumn ingredients at their seasonal best, our menu features wild mushrooms, acorn squash, map le syrup, fresh herbs and more. This meal is just right for a gathering of close friends. 'Mushroom Crostini, Stuffed Acorn Squash, Rosemary-Sage Pork Tenderloin with Pancetta, Fried Capers and Maple-Pecan Pie. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 10/9 One-Dish Suppers Quick to prepare, these one-dish meals are perfect for warming up cold nights. And the recipes yield delicious leftovers for lunch or supper the next day. 'Gnocchi with Tomato Sauce, Chicken Provencal, Choucroute GarnI and Extra-Crusty Baked Rigatoni with Beef Ragu:' Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 10/16 A Sophisticated Holiday Meal We'll help you throw an impressive dinner party with ease and style. What could be better for the cook during the hectic holiday season? The menu features recipes from our new Holiday Entertaining book. 'Citrus Salad with Fresh Mint and Marcona Almonds, Wild Rice with Porcini Mushrooms and Delicata Squash, Salt and Fennel Roasted Pork Loin and Persimmon Bread Pudding. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 10/30 Food Made Fast: Main Dishes We'll show you how easy it is to put a healthful, home-cooked meal on the table, even on busy weeknights. Simple yet flavorful, these

recipes are from our Food Made Fast: Main Dishes book. 'Chicken Korma, Ale-Braised Sausages and Red Cabbage, Herbed Turkey Meatballs, Grilled Thai Beef Skewers and penne with Basil and Pine Nuts:' Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 10/30 Braises, Stews, and Chowders Braises, stews and chowders are easy to prepare and make perfect cool-weather fare. Add a loaf of bread and a simple salad, and you've created a satisfying meal. 'Braised Chicken with Tomato, Pancetta and Zinfandel, Braised Soy-Ginger Chicken and Bok Choy, Beef Stroganoff, Seafood Stew and Endive Chowder Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher TECHNIQUE CLASSES Sundays Please call the store for times 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 professional chefs 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 10/7 Cupcake & Cookie Decorating Learn the fundamentals involved with cookie and cupcake decorating to create fun and beautiful treats for family and friends in time for the Halloween and the upcoming holidays. Understand the essentials of tracing, flooding, sanding and types of icing used to create different looks. We’ll share our favorite cookie and icing recipes to get you started. Sun 10/14 Knife Skills Kitchen cutlery is redefined by each generation of cooks. Knowing which knife to use, how to hold it and the proper way to slice, dice and chop are some of the basics this class will cover. Sun 10/21 Pie Crust Essentials In preparation for the holidays, master the art of making beautiful pie crust each and every time. Learn the techniques involved, baker’s tips for success and the tools necessary to create delicious pie crust. This step-by-step instruction will guide you through the process and have you ready for your holiday pie-baking. LOAVES & FISHES COOKING SCHOOL @ the Bridgehampton Inn, 2266 Main Street Bridgehampton 537-3586 Tues 10/2 Girls Night Out in the Hamptons: Bayou Blast 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 per guest Thurs 10/4 Rendezvous in Paris 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 per guest Fri 10/5 Tamales & Sangria 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 per guest Sat 10/6 Culinary Basics: Sauteeing & Frying 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $99 per guest Sat 10/6 Japanese Steakhouse 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm $99 per guest Thurs 10/18 Dim Sum Dinner 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 per guest Fri 10/19 The Lunch Palate – The “Inn” Panini 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 for 2 people Fri 10/19 Men’s night in the Hamptons: Fall Beer Festival Sponsored by Southampton Ales & Lagers 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $79 per guest Sat 10/20 Culinary Basics: Grilling & Broiling 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $99 per guest Sat 10/20 Loaves & Fishes Cooking School Open House – Elegant Hors D’Oeuvres 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Free Sun 10/21 Hamptons Harvest: The Pumpkin Patch Ages 9 & Above 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm $99 per guest Thurs 10/25 The Lunch Palate: Sinful Sushi 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 for 2 people Thurs 10/25 Romance in Sicily 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 per guest Friday 10/26 Beer & Food Tasting Dinner Featuring Southampton Ales & Lagers 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $79 per guest ROWDY HALL 10 Main Street, the Parrish Mews, East Hampton 324-8555 Wed 10/31 8th Annual Rowdyween Costume Party 7:00 pm. Tickets $20 in advance/$25 at the door. 1st Drink & All Food Included Live Music by Little Head Thinks, $300 Prize For Best Costume. $5 Draft Beers. $5 Well Drinks. MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 9/4-10/ 8 Daily: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm, Weekends: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

10/12 – 10/29 Mon & Fri: 10:30 am – 4:00 pm, Weekends: 10:30 am – 4:00 pm Adults: $7.00 Seniors: $6.00 Children: $3.00 Children up to 12 years of age minimum height requirement of 41” to climb the tower LONG ISLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION Sat 10/6 Contradance Watermill Community Center Route 27A, Water Mill, 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm $10/$14 Call Maxine 725-9321 (1st Saturdays from October through May) 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! Sat 10/13 Seeing the Universe Underground 8:00 - 9:30 PM Suggested donation: $10 Custer Members; $13 Non-Members Neutrino astronomy started in the early 1970s when Ray Davis, a chemist at Brookhaven National Laboratory, detected solar neutrinos. In the 1980s, the field advanced further when supernova neutrinos were detected by Japanese physicist, Masatoshi Koshiba. A decade later, the Super-Kamiokande Collaboration discovered oscillation in neutrinos from the Earth's atmosphere. Dr. Yanagisawa will discuss the history of neutrino astronomy, and the well-hidden secrets of neutrinos and the Universe. Chiaki Yanagisawa, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy at SUNY Stony Brook, is currently working on research involving particle astrophysics, neutrino physics, nucleon decay, and supernovae. He is also a member of Custer's Observatory and Research Committees.. In-Service Credit: If your district awards one credit for every 15 hours of instruction, one-tenth of a credit may be received for this educational event. Sat 10/20 & Sun 10/21 29th Annual Astronomy Jamboree GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM 4558 Sound Avenue (corner of Northville TPK) Aquebogue 7228777 Sun 10/14 Farm Visit Day 10:00 am-4:00 pm CSA members, family, friends, and anyone else interested in seeing the farm are invited to take a walk and hayride tour through our fields. Please bring a bag lunch and drinking water, closed toe shoes that can get dirty, and a sunhat or sunscreen. Transportation to the farm is by LIRR, Hampton Jitney bus or private transportation (you can contact your CSA group for info on possible carpools or post to your location on this forum). See www.gardenofevefarm.com/Volunteer.htm for links to public tranportation schedules. SOUTHAMPTON ARTISTS ASSOCIATION 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078 Mon 10/8 – Sun 10/29 Abstract Surrealism Art Show SURFACE LIBRARY GALLERY 845 Springs Fireplace Rd, Springs (opposite the Pollack Krasner House) 291-9061 Sat 10/6 & Sun 10/7 “Artists for Peace” A Group Show, Opening Reception Sat 10/6 10/27 – 12/23 “The Gift of Art” Nearing the end of its second season, the gallery adopts a welcoming “gift box” setting with our final show for 2007. An array of highly individual ceramics, textiles, embroideries, paper mache, paintings, jewelry, photography, metalwork an art objects awaits you. Artists include: Bob Bachler, Eunice Golden, T. Hewitt, James Kennedy, Jamie Lerner, Christa Maiwald, Sam Raffel, John Rais, Bianca Ricardo, James Seffens, Lisa Weston. Sat 10/27 Opening Reception5:00 pm – 8:30 pm Join us in Raising a Glass! Gallery hours Thurs – Sun 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street, East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 10/13 Lantern Tour with Hugh King 7:00pm Beginning at the Presbyterian Church, visit Mulford Farm, Home Sweet Home, the Gardiner Mill, the Cemetery and Clinton Academy, by lantern-light. Admission $15. Reservations required. Please call 631-324-6850.

Fri 10/26 – Tues 10/31 First Fun Festival of Frights at Mulford Farm! Spooky stories for grownups and children, a Scarecrow Festival and Haunted House, Pumpkin Carving workshops and a Haunted Cemetery Tour! Watch for more information! SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Sat 10/6 Art of Wine Benefit, 5:00 to 7:00 pm Sat 10/6 Book Signing with Authors Stephen Longmire (Keeping Time in Sag Harbor) and Ruth Crocker (Mrs. Russell Sage), 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Sun 10/7 Meet the Authors Brunch, 11:00 am STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR WINE, FOOD & CULTURE Southampton Campus Contact Ginny Clancy 632-9404 Sat 10/27 Symposium - Sublime Tastes: Southampton 2007 1:00 to 5:00 pm, Harvest Reception: 5:00 to 7:00 pm Fine Arts Center Stony Brook Southampton Symposia/Panel Discussion: $85; Harvest Reception Only: $50 The Stony Brook University Center for Wine, Food, and Culture presents its second annual Sublime Tastes: Southampton 2007 to benefit the Center’s program in conjunction with the new curriculum at the Southampton campus. Local, Fresh, Authentic: What Makes Food Great? Is it flamboyant grill skills? Pristinely fresh ingredients, from lettuce to lobster? A profound connection to ethnic traditions? A chef’s intuition for fulfilling the diner’s desires? On Saturday, October 27, 2007, a Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic, an expert on ethnic gardens, and the NY Times premier wine, food, and travel journalist will present a lively discussion of the sublime in food, followed by a walkabout tasting and Harvest Celebration hosted by leading wineries and restaurants and accompanied by live music from Stony Brook’s renowned school of music. Wineries: Bedell Cellars, Castello di Borghese, Channing Daughters, Corey Creek, Lenz Winery, Lieb Family Cellars, Martha Clara, Palmer Vineyards, Paumanok Vineyards, Peconic Bay Winery, Pellegrini Vineyards, Raphael, Scarola Vineyards, Southampton Publick House, Wolffer Estate Restaurants & other participants: Art of Eating; Black Tie Catering; Blue Duck Bakery Café; Jedediah Hawkins Inn; Laundry, East Hampton; Loaves and Fishes; McAdam Cheese; Michael’s on the Boardwalk; North Fork Table & Inn; Sang Lee Farms; Satur Farms; Seafood Barge; Taste of the North Fork; The Seafood Barge; Thyme & Again; Wild Thyme Restaurant; Wild By Nature Moderator: Louisa Thomas Hargrave–The co-founder of Long Island’s wine industry with the planting of Hargrave Vineyard in 1973, Hargrave is currently a wine columnist, judge, international consultant, and author of The Vineyard: A Memoir. Since 2004, she has been the Director of the Center for Wine, Food, and Culture. Guest Speakers Jonathan Gold: This April, the first Pulitzer Prize for criticism ever awarded to a restaurant critic was awarded to Jonathan Gold for his Los Angeles Weekly column “Counter Intelligence.” Gold began his writing career as a music critic, but in 1986 he began to explore LA’s undiscovered ethnic cuisines. When he took “Counter Intelligence” to the L.A. Times from 1990 to 1996 (all the while writing “proper” restaurant reviews of high-end places in California and Los Angeles magazines, as well as music stories for Spin, Rolling Stone, and Details), his colleagues joked about the “huge parts of L.A. that only got written about if somebody got shot or if Gold was writing about a restaurant there.” In 1999, he left Los Angeles to become Gourmet magazine’s New York restaurant critic and was the first food writer to be honored as a National Magazine Award finalist in criticism by the American Society of Magazine Editors. In 2001, he moved back to Los Angeles, where he revived “Counter Intelligence” for the Weekly while continuing to write for Gourmet. Gold appreciates his Pulitzer, saying, “Eating is the only biological function that you can write about without censors getting excited. And there's something very nice about that, almost subversive.” Patricia Klindienst: A certified master gardener with a doctorate in Modern Thought & Literature from Stanford University, Patricia Klindienst has taught literature and writing at Yale, Connecticut College, Trinity, and Wesleyan. Winner of numerous awards and fellowships, her book, The Earth Knows My Name: Food, Culture, & Sustainability in the Gardens of Ethnic Americans, is the first book to restore the cultural meaning of gardens created by ethnic Americans, including Native Americans, Gullah descendants of West African slaves, Hispanics whose ancestors came with the conquistadors, and immigrants from across Europe and Asia. Currently, when not traveling to lecture, Klindienst lives and gardens in Guilford, Connecticut. Florence Fabricant: Recipient of France’s coveted “Chevalier d’Honneur” award, Fabricant covers the food and restaurant scenes in the "Food Stuff" and "Off the Menu" columns for the New York Times weekly Dining Section and regularly contributes features about food, wine and travel to the paper. A resident of both East Hampton and Manhattan for over 40 years, she is the author of

New Home Cooking: Feeding Family, Feasting, Friends, named the best general cookbook by the International Association of Culinary Professionals and the best special occasion cookbook by the James Beard Foundation. She has also written Florence Fabricant's Pleasures of the Table, The New York Times Seafood Cookbook and The New York Times Restaurant Cookbook, and is a co-author of Venetian Taste and Elizabeth Berry's Great Bean Book. Schedule Symposium: 1:00 pm–5:00 pm 1:00 pm: Welcome by President Shirley Strum Kenny 1:15 pm: Louisa Hargrave: Long Island’s deliciousness quotient 1:30 pm: Patricia Klindienst: Reaching back to roots 2:15 pm: Florence Fabricant: Metropolitan markets; local origins 3:00 pm: Break for cider and snacks 3:30 pm: Jonathan Gold: A Critic’s Journey, from battered pushcart to plush banquette and back 4:15 pm: Panel Discussion with Q&A 5:00 pm: Book signing and sale Harvest Celebration: 5:00 pm–7:00 pm The Good Life: To enjoy access to the bounty of the earth, sea and skies, and to have the wisdom to appreciate, share, preserve, and protect them for future generations. This event will benefit the programs of the Center for Wine, Food, and Culture. Donations are fully deductible as permitted by law, via the 501c3 not-for-profit status of the Stony Brook Foundation. Bedell Cellars 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 Live Music Saturday 2-6pm & Sunday Sunday 1-5pm 10/6 Paul Johnson Duo 10/7 Mike Munzer 10/13 Spoonwalk 10/14 Rob Cannillo 10/20 Mike Munzer 10/21 Paul Johnson Duo 10/27 Spoonwalk 10/28 Earthtones CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Every Sunday in October Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested COREY CREEK Main Road (Rt. 25A) Southold 765-4168 October Music Saturdays 2-6pm Sundays 1-5pm 10/6 Dan Donnelly 10/13 Rob Cannillo 10/20 Paul Johnson Duo 10/27 Dan Donnelly Jamesport Vineyards Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport 722-5256 Sun 10/7 Oysterfest@Jamesport Vineyards Come celebrate Harvest with us, sampling some fine wines and enjoying a fantastic raw oyster bar. This event is held in partnership with S.P.A.T. --the Southold Project for Aquaculture Research. This group educates us how to grow and protect one of our vital Long Island resources--Shellfish. In fact, for several years now, all wine purchased in our "East End Series" helps this program with a portion of the profits going directly to S.P.A.T. See our website for further information about this fantastic union. Vineyard owner Ron Goerler is proud to support healty eco friendly practices both on land and at sea. Now that's a great Long Islander for you! Thanks Ron!

LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 Harvest Special - Free Tasting, September's Mission Merlot and Bridge Lane Rose Daily through October 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sun 10/14 Annual Harvest Festival, Lieb Wine Club 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm MACARI WINES 150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck 298-0100 MARTHA CLARA 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Every Tuesday in October Open Mike Night Hosted by Phil Gardner of the Rhythm Kings 5-10pm -$5 at the door All talents welcome – Musicians, Poets, Comedians. Let us know what your playing; PA system available - Bring your own instruments. Live recordings of your performace available upon request. Performers-please reserve your timeslot by calling 631 298 0075 THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004 Walking Tours Saturdays @ 1:30 PM Price per person is $5.00 (includes wine tasting) Experience the history of this farm, unchanged for over 150 years, with owner, Chris Baiz. Stroll down the vineyard row to a view of the Old Park Hotel, see the ice house, the old dairy barn turned wine cellar, the old Tavern building, and appreciate the wonderful specimen trees. OSPREY’S DOMINION Route 25 Peconic 765-6188 Live Music. You are welcome to pack a picnic. This is a vineyard with a cash wine bar. You are not permitted to carry in any alcohol beverages. Free. Sat 10/6 Southbound (Classic Rock & Southern) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sun 10/7 Lost Time (Classic Rock) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Mon 10/8 Woody Mack! (Classic Rock) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sat 10/13 Woody Mack! (Classic Rock) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sun 10/14 Rich Ventura & Rick Franzone (Duo-Soft Rock) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sat 10/20 Innersleeve (Soft Rock) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sun 10/21 Southbound (Classic Rock & Southern) 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sat 10/27 TBD 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sun 10/28 TBD 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm PALMER VINEYARDS 108 Sound Avenue, Aquebogue 722-5364 Sat 10/6 – Mon 10/8 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Eastbound Freight from 1-5 PM No reservations required / Rain or Shine Sat 10/13 & Sun 10/14 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Miller’s Crossing from 1-5 PM No reservations required / Rain or Shine Sat 10/20 & Sun 10/21 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Miller’s Crossing from 1-5 PM No reservations required / Rain or Shine Sat 10/27 & Sun 10/28 Harvest Festival Hayride Hoedown 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free Spend the most exciting time of year – HARVEST with Palmer Vineyards and receive a free hayride with the purchase of a glass of wine or Kool-Aid for the kids. Live Bluegrass music with Buddy Merriam & Backroads from 1-5 PM No reservations required / Rain or Shine PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800

PECONIC BAY WINERY 31320 Main Road 734-7361 PINDAR VINEYARDS 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 Sat 10/20 Vineyard 48's Second Annual Harvest Festival 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Square Dancing in our Courtyard, BBQ, Roasted Corn, Desserts, Handcrafted Jewelry, Fun for the Kids, Pick your own Pumpkin in our Pumpkin Patch. WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursday 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Summer may be over, but live music and complimentary cheese continue on Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:30 throughout the year. Stop by for a glass of wine and hear your favorite musicians like Chuk Fowler, Paul Gene and Dennis Raffelock. No reservations, no cover. Sun 10/7 Harvest Party 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm General Public: Adults - $65 Ages 4-20 - $25, Wine Club Members: Adults - $55 Ages 4-20 - $21. Reservations recommended. Rain Date Mon 10/8 A Hearty Lunch Will be Served, Live Music, Pick and Stomp Grapes, Infamous Barrel Rolling Contest, Fun Activities for Children, Pony Rides, Hay Rides, Face Painting, Award Winning Wines. Winner of the Harvest Wine Queen Competition Awarded Attractive Wine Prizes Contestants Age 21+ Judged on Wine Knowledge, Grape Stomping and Most Fanciful Wine-themed Attire! Sat 10/20 Annual Sagaponack Derby at Wölffer Estate Stables Join Christian Wölffer and the entire Wölffer Stable team as they compete in this challenging and exciting jumping competition. Round 1 begins at 9:30am and is immediately followed by the more challenging Derby Round. This year promises to be another thrilling morning of top-notch show jumping right here on Wölffer Stable’s Grand Prix field. The Grand Prix Field is located on Routte 27 just East of Sagg Road and the Wölffer Farm Stand. For further information please contact Wölffer Estate Stables at 631537-2879. PIERRE’S Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-5110 Live Jazz Every Sunday 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Live Jazz Every Tuesday 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Jodi Carlson sings Jazz Standards, Jane Hastay Piano, Peter Martin Weiss Bass SOUTHAMPTON PUBLIC HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 Fri 10/5 Project Vibe in the Taproom. 10:30pm Fri 10/19 Men's Night in the Hamptons: Fall Beer Fest at Loaves and Fishes in Bridgehampton. $99 per person. 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Thurs 10/25 2007 Annual Fall Beer Dinner 7:00 pm For $75 per person (includes tax and tip), you will enjoy a reception hour with hors d'oeuvres, fine cheese and a selection of brews, followed by four courses of Chef Carl's finest offerings paired with award-winning Southampton Ales & Lagers. Seated is limited so call Melissa @ 631-283-2800 to reserve your seat today. Fri 10/26 Beer and Food Tasting featuring Southampton Ales & Lagers at Loaves and Fishes in Bridgehampton. 6:30 pm-9:30 pm Visit www.loavesandfishescookshop.com and click on Cooking Schools to get more information. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 10/5 – The Long Island Street Surviors – 10:00 pm $10 Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute/Southern Rock Sat 10/6 The Annie Morgan Band 10:30 pm $10 Annie Morgan has been called the finest soul/R&B singer on Long Island. A long time favorite on the East End music scene, she possesses incredible vocal range and is known for her expressive, high energy performances. Annie does what only the very best singers do, she gives those who come to listen something of herself. She does this openly, honestly and without artifice. As one fan put it, when The Annie Morgan Band takes the stage, the music comes at you like heat lightning, like primitive dancing, like Fourth of July

fireworks. The electricity generated snaps, crackles and the place rocks! Fri 10/12 - Rhythm Kings – 10:30 pm $10 The Rhythm Kings build their music on a versatile mix of 60’s soul, Motown, reggae and classic rock. Powerful vocals and fluid musicianship fuel their startling versatility as they breathe fresh air into every song they perform. Hints of jam band improvisation and gritty blues grooves mix effortlessly with skin-tight funk, Detroit r’n’b and sweaty Jamaican anthems. A party band with brains and a big heart. Sat 10/13 - Coco Montoya – 8:00 pm $45 VIP/ $35 Gen Over the course of his 30-year career, guitarist and vocalist Coco Montoya's explosive guitar playing and soul-driven voice have propelled him to the upper reaches of the blues-rock world. From his early days as a drummer to his current status as one of the topdrawing guitarists and vocalists on the blues-rock scene, Montoya has forged his reputation through years of hard work and constant touring. And it all started with a chance meeting in the mid-1970s with legendary bluesman Albert Collins, who offered Montoya a gig as his drummer. Albert took an immediate liking to Montoya, becoming his mentor and teaching his new protégé secrets of the Collins "icy hot" style of blues guitar. Five years later, John Mayall happened to catch Montoya at a jam session and was blown away. This led to Montoya's touring the world for ten years with the legendary Bluesbreakers. Since stepping out as a bandleader in 1993, Montoya has released four solo albums and has performed non-stop at clubs, concert halls and major festivals all over the world. At every show, fans' jaws dropped, and critics raved about Montoya's mind-bending guitar licks and impassioned vocals. "The fiery blues that issue forth from Coco Montoya's guitar are awe-inspiring and boogie requiring," shouted The Village Voice. "Blistering, pure blues," cheered Blues Revue. Now, with Can't Look Back (AL 4885), Montoya turns up the intensity with another dose of his feral, soul-stirring music. Sat 10/13 Andy Aledort and the Groove Kings 10:30 pm $10 "An amazing guitarist"--Joe Perry of Aerosmith. "Andy is a great musician; he can play like Hendrix, Beck, Clapton, you name it. He's my favorite new guitar player."--Joe Satriani. "Taste, tone, chops--Andy's got it all!"--Warren Haynes. "What a soulful player."--John Scofield. Over the last year Andy Aledort has performed with a veritable Who's Who of the greatest rock and blues musicians ever, such as Buddy Guy, Paul Rodgers, Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Double Trouble, Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana, The Allman Brothers Band, and Dickey Betts, with whom he sits in every time Dickey plays the Talkhouse. Thurs 10/18 Kara Suzanne & The Gojo Hearts 8:00 pm $10 Singer songwriter Kara Suzanne and her band The Gojo Hearts, create revamped indie alt-country rock inspired by The Band, Emmylou Harris, Neil Young & Dolly Parton. Kara artfully combines americana, old-school country, rock and folk in her original songs. She's often compared to Aimee Mann, Patty Griffin and Neko Case. The Gojo Hearts include composer/pianist Aya Kato, guitarist/songwriter/singer Putnam Murdock, bassist Calvin Bennett, and percussionist J. Frederick. Fri 10/19 Gabriella Caspi 8:00 pm $10 "Hailing from heaven, Gabriella Caspi is the embodiment of a Goddess. She is youthful and beautiful, brilliant and true. Her voice is a vessel of harmonic resonance. She fuses her lyrical genius and unparalleled poetry to entertain an audience of one to a million with raw truth, wisdom and a splash of rock n' roll. Her physicality and sounds are haunting leaving you breathless with consciousness and always, always wanting more." Fri 10/19 - The Nancy Atlas Project – 10:30 pm $15 Original Americana Rock and Roll with a trace of Southern Comfort Sat 10/20 - Booga Sugar – 10:30 pm $15 Ultimate 70's Rock Disco Band Fri 10/26 - Little Charlie and the Nightcats – 8:00 pm $45/30 Their utter mastery of American roots music--from Chicago blues to Texas swing to proto-rock'n'roll to jumping jive and bebop--is fueled by Baty's jaw-dropping guitar acrobatics and driven by Estrin's winning original songs, wise guy vocals and deep harmonica playing. Fri 10/26 Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm $10 Alternative/Rock Band/Cover and originals Sat 10/27 Talkhouse Closed 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm Halloween Costume Party with Winston Irie 10:30 pm $10 Great Local Reggae Band

November GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage: Staged Readings in The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall Free 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 11/13 Happy Birthday Wanda June by Kurt Vonnegut 7:30 pm Lead Artist: Dava Sobel Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WANDA JUNE is Vonnegut's first published play and the perfect vehicle for his tragicomical imagination. The great white hunter Harold Ryan, missing and presumed dead, has returned from Africa after eight years. His wife is aswoon, her fiance is aghast, and his son is enchanted. It's a drama of believable impossibilities that is pure Vonnegut. His attack on phony heroes, war, and male swagger uses some of the funniest dialogue ever created for the stage and puts a spotlight on both absurdity and truth."Vonnegut is George Orwell, Dr. Caligari and Flash Gordon compounded into one writer...a zany but moral mad scientist." – TIME. Tues 11/27 ‘Night Mother by Marsh Norman 7:30 pm Lead Artist: Kate Mueth Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. Winner of the 1983 Pulitzer Prize and the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, this eloquent, enthralling and ultimately shattering play explores the final hour in the life of a young woman who has decided that life is no longer worth living. "…honest, uncompromising, lucid, penetrating, well-written, dramatic, and…unmanipulatively moving…" —NY Magazine. "It is sparse and concise, introspective and penetrating, powerful and uncompromising, intense and intelligent, warm and theatrical. It is THE American tragedy." —New England Entertainment Digest. "…a shattering evening…" —NY Times. BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Fri 11/23 – Sun 11/25 Musical: Simeon’s Gift (Fri 8:00 pm, Sat 2:00 pm & 8:00 pm, Sun 2:00 pm) $25 for adults $10 for children (up to 12 years old) Suggested age for the show is age 7 and up. A New Musical For Family Audiences By Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton, Music by Ian Fraser, Lyrics by John Bucchino Directed & Choreographed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge, Recorded Narration by Julie Andrews. Simeon's Gift is a magical tale about creativity, music and the power of giving. Adaped from the best selling book by Julie Andrews Edwards and Emma Walton Hamilton. This is the first production by the Bay Street Family Theatre Initiative. Call the Box Office at 725-9500 for more information about this new family musical! Bay Street Theatre's Play Reading Series offers established and emerging playwrights an opportunity to hear their new work in front of an audience. It is also a forum to determine a new play's readiness and suitability for possible production at the Theatre. Readings are complimentary and are general admission seating. There is a $3 charge for the tea and cake available at the concessions. Please check back regularly for an updated schedule. Sat 11/3 New River Dramatists' present Wayfarer's Rest By Joseph McDonough Directed by M.Z. Ribalow 3:00 pm Sat 11/10 Strings By Carole Bugge Directed by Mary Hygom 3:00 pm Sat 11/17 Fates and Furies By Carey Lovelace Directed by William Burford 3:00 pm THE PICTURE SHOW @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 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. Fri 11/2 Brian De Palma’s Obsession 8:00 pm Sat 11/3 Charly 8:00 pm Followed by a Q&A with Cliff Robertson! Hosted by NBC's Jeffrey Lyons. All tickets $30.

Fri 11/9 Platoon 8:00 pm Sat 11/10 The Great Escape 8:00 pm Fri 11/16 Poltergeist 8:00 pm Sat 11/17 E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial 8:00 pm Fri 11/30 The Lion In Winter 8:00 pm KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor Sun 11/11 Audra Rox 1:00 pm $12 As seen on Noggin! Ranging from raucous to sweet, their punky musical style and clever lyrics make Audra Rox one of New York’s best kid rock bands. Ages 2 and up. 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. 10/21 – 12/30 Current Exhibition - Alan Shields: Stirring up the Waters Alan Shields (1944–2005) became widely known for his large-scale pieces that used materials as diverse as cotton belting and strung beads to forge a new concept for art works that operated not as painting or sculpture but as an amalgam of the two. Alan Shields: Stirring up the Waters will reunite works from the late 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s, some of which have not been shown in decades. Revisiting this early period will provide a long overdue opportunity to view this work in the context of Shields’s entire career, to examine his position among his peers, and to assess his continuing importance for art-making today. 10/21 – 12/30 Current Exhibition - Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future For the artist Almond Zigmund (b. 1971) space is, both simply and profoundly, "what we live in," and her drawings, sculpture and installations can convey to viewers a heightened sense of their surroundings. For The Parrish, Zigmund will create an installation in the museum's Front Gallery, confronting the Beaux-Arts interior space of architect Grosvenor Atterbury's 1914 addition to the museum. The installation will comprise a large-scale sculpture, a vinyl wall piece and a neon work, all calibrated to interject tension and create an environment that will challenge preconceived notions of the space. Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future is organized by Alicia G. Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education, and has been made possible, in part, with generous support from…. CREATIVE ART WORKSHOPS: After School Art: Children Age 3 and 4 Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 & 11/1, 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm After School Art workshops are designed for children to learn about the works of art and to create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting and drawing. Free. Advance registration is required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. After School Art: Children in Grades 3, 4 and 5 Thursdays, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 & 11/1, 3:45 pm 4:45 pm After School Art workshops are designed for children to learn about the works of art and to create their own artwork. Artist and educator Wendy Gottlieb leads the workshops and develops projects that include pottery, painting and drawing. Free. Advance registration is required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. Fri 11/2 Fridays @ Noon: Almond Zigmond will lead a gallery tour of her exhibition Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future. 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Sat 11/3 Workshop: Basic Papermaking 1 pm to 4 pm $90 Parrish Members / $115 Non-Members Hand papermaking figured prominently in the art of Alan Shields. This workshop, conducted by an instructor from the Dieu Donné Papermill in New York City, will give a general overview of the papermaking process, covering how to pull sheets of paper, and various papermaking techniques. It will include a lecture/demonstration and plenty of time for hands-on experimentation. Limited enrollment; sign up early. Sat 11/3 East End African American Museum and Center for Excellence 2nd Annual Black Film Festival 1 pm to 8 pm Mon 11/5 First Mondays Tour for Seniors 1 pm Seniors enjoy free admission and a docent-led tour of the current exhibition the first Monday of each month. Light refreshments are

served. Fri 11/9 Friday Night Jazz 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $25 business council members/ $35 Non-members Network with fellow business professionals while listening to a live jazz performance in the Museum's concert hall. This event is open to all guests, with a discounted price for Parrish Art Museum Business Council members. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 49 to purchase tickets. Fri 11/9 Friday @ Noon: Film screening: 14 Americans: Directions of the 1970s 12:00 pm Free with Museum Admission Produced by Michael Blackwood Productions, Inc. 89 minutes. The multiple means of making art after the end of illusionism led artists to create performances, sculptures, earthworks, tableaux, furniture, shaped canvases, and more, using unusual materials. Revisit this extraordinary time with an exceptional group of artists: Vito Acconci, Laurie Anderson, Alice Aycock, Scott Burton, Peter Campus, Chuck Close, Nancy Graves, Joseph Kosuth, Gordon Matta-Clark, Mary Miss, Elizabeth Murray, Dennis Oppenheim, Dorothea Rockburne, Joel Shapiro. Sat 11/10 A Conversation with Almond Zigmund 5 pm $5 Parrish Members / $10 Non-Members Almond Zigmund draws on a variety of sources, including domestic and commercial settings, to create drawings, sculpture and installations that directly engage the space they occupy and convey to viewers a heightened sense of their surroundings. Ms. Zigmund and Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education, will discuss the work of this talented East End artist. Sun 11/11 Almond Zigmund Studio Tour 2 pm ($500 level Members and higher) Almond Zigmund's work will be featured in our fall exhibition, Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future. This visit to her studio will provide a deeper look into the process and inspiration behind the young and upcoming artist's installations that bring together the disciplines of painting, sculpture, and design. Sun 11/11 Family Fiesta Day 2 to 4 pm $5 Parrish Members / $10 Non-Members Children under 3 are free. The Parrish, in collaboration with The Rogers Memorial Library and The Southampton Historical Museum, presents our annual Family Fiesta Day celebrating Latin American culture, heritage and traditions. The day features a wide array of activities including traditional dances, costumes, singers, music, art workshops and authentic samplings of food from local Latin restaurants. All activities are conducted in both English and Spanish. No advance registration is required. Sun 11/18 Exhibition Tour - Alan Shields: Stirring Up the Waters and Almond Zigmund: Remembering the Future 2 to 4 pm Free for Parrish Members / $5 Non-Members Explore this colorful look at works from local artists Alan Shields and Almond Zigmund, then create your own works of art in our education center. Fri 11/23 Parrish Presents Preview Coctail Party 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Tickets from $125 - $1000 Join event co-chairs, John Bjornen and Cee Scott Brown with honorary co-chairs, Gillis MacGil Addison, Lyn Hamer, and Leslie Horn for the 15th annual Parrish Presents. Shop our renowned market for the best bargains on home furnishings, antiques, accessories, china, crystal, jewelry, furniture, and much more. Cast your bid in our luxury Silent Auction, featuring everything imaginable from designer handbags to lavish jewelry and priceless antiques. Discover the extraordinary gifts and fine products of our Specialty Merchants: ANTIQUE RUG GALLERIA An eclectic array of outstanding carpets in Oriental and European weaves BERKELEY & BOND Luxury leather date books and accessories CASA CASA Featuring Lynne Larsen’s elegant jewelry collection of earrings, turquoise and Italian coral necklaces and pearls in all colorations, as well as her irresistible gift selection ELLA VICKERS RECYCLED SAILCLOTH COLLECTION Gorgeous, eco-friendly, water resistant bags and décor handcrafted in the USA with recycled yacht sails GURÚS Handmade home furnishings, bedspreads, shawls, wall hangings, and Indian jewelry LSC DESIGN, LTD. Estate & Fine Jewelry- A unique collection of signed pieces, estate and private collections LYNCH’S GARDEN CENTER A vast selection of decorative and unique holiday items TROIS CREPES PATISSERIE French gourmet food and gifts WALKER ANTIQUES Small antiques and decorative objects Preview Cocktail Party ticket holders enjoy complimentary admission to Parrish Presents all weekend. This weekend long event kicks off Friday evening with a private Preview Cocktail Party for Benefactors, Patrons, Sponsors, and Friends featuring book signings by: Pamela Banker and Leslie Banker, authors of The Pocket Renovator: Kitchens, Bathrooms and Home Renovation (Universe, September 2007). Danielle Ganek, author of Lulu Meets God and Doubts Him (Viking, May 2007). Matt Marinovich, author of Strange Skies (Harper Perennial, August 2007). Wendy Wax, author of Renoir and the Boy with Long Hair (Barrons, August 2007). Sat 11/24 & Sun 11/25 Parrish Presents Flea Market (Sat 11 am to 5 pm, Sun 11 am to 4 pm) $7 per person/Children under 18 free

Kick off your holiday shopping at Parrish Presents. The Museum's popular Thanksgiving weekend shopping extravaganza offers fantastic bargains and exquisite finds. Retailers will again fill the concert hall, displaying an array of extravagant items. The flea market, held in the Carroll Petrie Center for Education, will be brimming with treasures and the silent auction will entice discriminating bargain hunters with its designer items, jewelry and priceless antiques. LONG ISLAND RESTAURANT WEEK WordHampton Public Relations 329-0050 Sun 11/4 – Sun 11/11 The Second Annual Long Island Restaurant Week For one week, Sunday to Sunday, all participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix fixe for $21.95 per person all night, except Saturday, when it will only be available until 7 p.m. Each restaurant offers its own unique menu. Organized by WordHampton Public Relations, one of Long Island's top hospitality PR firms, Long Island Restaurant Week is designed to make dining out at local restaurants even more attractive. Restaurateurs give new and existing patrons the chance to experience their cuisine, décor and service at bargain prices once a year with a view to inspiring return dining year-round. Participants on the South Fork include: East Hampton Cafe Max (631) 324-2004 Della Femina (631) 329-6666 Fresno (631) 324-8700 The Laundry (631) 324-3199 Matto (631) 329-0200 The Palm Restaurant (631) 324-0411 Wei Fun (631) 329-2600 Southampton Southampton Publick House (631) 283-2800 red/bar brasserie (631) 283-0704 75 Main (631) 283-7575 Wildthyme Restaurant and Bar (631) 204-0007 Water Mill Muse Restaurant (631) 726-2606 Trata Estiatorio (631) 726-6200 LOAVES AND FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Hwy Bridgehampton 537-6066 Every Saturday, we host in our store a free cooking demo open to the public by one of our teaching staff or a local chef. The demos feature instruction on many of our Viking appliances and offer samples of the delicious food prepared. Come and have your cooking questions answered by our experts while tasting some of the best food around. Sat 11/3 James Gee Executive Chef CittaNuova 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 11/10 Chris Cariello Loaves & Fishes Cooking School 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 11/17 Steven Biscari-Amaral Black Tie Caterers 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 11/24 Michael Bignapiano Fresh Flavors Caterers 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free THE BRIDGEHAMPTON INN COOKING SCHOOL 2266 Main Street Bridgehampton 537-3660 Sat 11/3 Culinary Basics: Roasting & Basting 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $99 pp Sat 11/3 Hamptons Coctail Party 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm $99 pp Fri 11/9 The Lunch Palate: Soups On! 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp Fri 11/9 Fondue & Wine Dinner 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Sat 11/10 Holiday Dessert Buffet 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm $99 pp Sat 11/10 Traditions from France 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Thurs 11/15 Loaves & Fishes Harvest Dinner 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Fri 11/16 The Lunch Palate: Sizzling Stir Fry Demo & Gourmet Lunch 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp Fri 11/16 Loaves & Fishes Thanksgiving Feast! 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Sat 11/17 Decorate Your Own Gingerbread House 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm $39 pp Sat 11/17 Traditions from Italy 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm $99 pp

Tues 11/20 Laotian Thai Made Simple: Hors D’Peuvres 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Wed 11/21 Decorate Your Own Gingerbread House 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm $39 pp Sat 11/24 Delectable Holiday Cookies 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm $99 pp Sat 11/24 Italian Feast of the Seven Fishes 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $109 pp Wed 11/28 Girls Night in the Hamptons: Greek Islands 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Thurs 11/29 Mens Night in the Hamptons: Fall Beer Festival 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Fri 11/30 The Lunch Palate: Perfect Pasta 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp ALISON RESTAURANT 95 School Street Bridgehampton 537-7100 THE AUTHORS ROUND TABLE DINNER SERIES (IN CONJUNCTION WITH EAST END BOOKS) Thurs 11/8 Lori Barbaria “Abracadabra: Create as You Spea.“ 7:00 p.m. $28.00 per person includes a three course meal and conversation with the author (drinks, tax and gratuity not included). Books will be available for purchase for signature at the event. Call to reserve - 631-537-7100 Meet local author and real estate agent Lori Barbaria who will talk about and sign copies of her new book Abracadabra: Create as You Speak. This book is a commentary on a way of being that goes against the grain of most of what you've ever learned. It's about unlearning: disremembering and obliterating all the rules you have previously bought into. It's about stepping off the line and going out of bounds to reside in the place where the concept of base, safe and careful are no longer necessary shelters. This book is about an alternate way of being, which means allowing or necessitating a choice between two or more things. Lori Barbaria, the reining top sales agent for Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate in the Hamptons and all of Long Island is a mastermind at reinventing herself. Her inspired unique way of actualizing her mastery is revealed in her new book ARACADABRA–Create As You Speak. Lori outlines a practice that inspires the momentum leading you right to the source of what sparks the potentiality of magic in your every aspect of creation. It goes right to the vein of finding the power source that fuels the deeper meaning of what we feel impelled to do. In a sense it is about finding and owning ones passion. This book is about an alternate way of being, which means allowing or necessitating a choice between two or more things. There is a difference between what we see and what we know to be true. This simple wisdom prescribed, empowers a personal revision of your mind, your heart and spirit. The goal is to live in ones utmost sincere accord by having an elevated, peaceful, and rewarding existence. After being constantly asked how she manifested such a sparkling lifestyle, she knew it was time to let it be known. So here it is: A simple easy read, fueled with wisdom and candor that reveals an advanced believable approach. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 Thurs 11/1 – Tues 11/20 “Cars & Car-toons of Charles Addams” Mon-Fri 10am – 3 pm, Sat 11am-2pm Bridgehampton Historical Society, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. Admission $5.00 631537-1088 Exhibition of Charles Addams (cartoons and photographs) Sponsored by The tee and Charles Addams Foundation. Sat 11/3 “Craft Fair”- “Yard Sale” & “Bake Sale” 10-4pm. The auditorium at Sacred Hearts of Jesus & Mary, 168 Hill Street, Southampton. Free. 631-537-2691. A traditional craft fair of local artisans displaying their fine hand-made artwork, jewelry, knits, and holiday items. The fair also includes homemade pastries, lunch and yard sale. Sat 11/10 “Annual Tuckahoe School Craft & Gift Fair” 10am-4pm. Free. 468 Magee Street, Southampton. 631-283-3550 Craft and gift vendors, Chinese Auction, food, and pictures with Santa. Saturdays & Sundays 11/24 thru 12/16 “Southampton Country Holiday” Every weekend, in cooperation with local merchants. Holiday Characters (The Grinch & Winnie the Pooh!), Hayrides, Victorian Carolers & more! Sponsored by: Southampton Chamber of Commerce. 631-283-0402. SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sat 11/10 Veterans' Day Parade and Remembrances, 10:00 am A small, yet intimate and sincere parade takes place each year in Sag Harbor on Veterans' Day. Veterans and a color guard meet at the intersection of Main and Madison Streets, on the South end of Main Street, at 10am. After marching up Main Street and down Bay Street to the American Legion Chelberg & Battle Post, there is a small ceremony with remembrances that takes place at 11:11am Sat 11/17 Annual Stella Maris Cocktail Party, including their $10,000 grand raffle prize!

Held in the Stella Maris School Auditorium on Division Street/Route 114 in Sag Harbor, from 6pm-8pm. Tickets are $50 each, which includes admission for two to the cocltail party. For more information or to reserve tickets, please call 725-2525, or visit www.stellamarisschool.org Sat 11/17 A Night of Fun at the Casino presented by the Sag Harbor Fire Department, from 6pm10pm at the Brick Kiln Road Firehouse. There will be hors d'oeuvres and an open bar! Compete for the following door prizes: Dinner for 2 at local restaurants, Golf Foursomes at local clubs, Fishing Trips, and much much more! Help the Sag Harbor Community Food Pantry by bringing donations of food for additional playing money! Raffles are available for those age 21 and over only. Tickets are $60 per person in advance and $75 at the door. For ticket information, please call 267-3398, or for more information about the Sag Harbor Fire Department, visit www.sagharborfd.com MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 742 Montauk Highway Montauk 668-2428 Montauk Point Lighthouse Open Weekends - Call 668-2544 for hours Fri 11/16 End of Season Gala @ Gurney’s 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm Honoring the Chamber Person of the Year. Entertainment, Dinner and Dancing. $75.00 per person, Call 668-2428 to purchase. Credit cards accepted, American Express preferred. Contact Info : 631- 668-2428 Sat 11/17 Turkey Raffle Montauk Fire Department Turkey Raffle 7:00 pm at Montauk Firehouse Thurs 11/22 Run for Fun Sponsored by East Hampton Town Recreation Dept.and Keeshan Real Estate. Categories for all ages. Call 324-2417 for more info. Fri 11/23 – Sun 11/25 Thanksgiving Weekend at the Lighthouse Open 10:30 am - 3:30 pm Sat 11/24 Christmas Fair at the Montauk Community Church 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Sat 11/24 Holiday Book Fair Montauk Library 10:00 am - 3:00 pm ASHAWAGH HALL 780S Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 Fri 11/16 – Sun 11/18 “New Work by Four Seasoned Artists” Fri 4:00 to 7:00 pm Sat 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sun 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free This three-day show includes mono-prints and collages made by Roseann Schwab of Sagaponack; photographs by Walter Schwab of Sagaponack; constructions of wood and found materials by Bob Skinner of Water Mill; and works in mixed media by Julie SmallGamby of East Hampton. This is the final show for the season at Ashawagh Hall, which is located at the corner of Springs Fireplace Rd. and Old Stone Highway in East Hampton. Contact Walter Schwab 537-6098 or Bob Skinner eskinner@yahoo.com SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Center for the Arts 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 287-4377 Sun 11/4 “Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music” 2:00 pm $15 / $10 Seniors and Students Soprano Leslie McBride, cellist Annette Perry and pianist Martha Campanile will perform works for voice, cello and piano by Previn, Schubert, Rachmaninoff, Brahms and others. Sat 11/10 “Rising Stars Piano Recital Series” 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm $15 / $10 seniors , piano students are free with School ID, add $5 for keyboard side reserved. Prize winners and Pianofest participants Anthony Molinaro and Orion Weiss will perform four-hand pieces. Fri 11/16 The Southampton Cultural Center presents the Hampton Chamber Orchestra 7:00 pm Space is limited and reservations are suggested. Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 seniors/students. Members of the Hampton Chamber Orchestra will give a performance featuring Mendelssohn’s famous Octet for Strings and works by other composers. SAG HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM 200 Main Street Sag Harbor 725-0700 11/24 – 11/25 4th Annual ART OF WINE AUCTION & Holiday Gift Shopping, 12:00 to 5:00 pm. Enjoy hot cider and treats while you shop! Or see the Bottle Art online at www.sagharborwhalingmuseum.org Throughout November Bid on the Art of Wine bottles by local artists. To Place a Bid Call Barbara at 631-725-3981 Please have the name of the artist and the amount you wish to bid. All bids start at $50 and increase in $10 increments. Auction ends 12/2.

WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-4625 11/23 – 12/23 Celadon Members Holiday Pottery Sale EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 11/10 Lantern Tour with Hugh King 7:00 pm Beginning at the Presbyterian Church, visit Mulford Farm, Home Sweet Home, the Gardiner Mill, the Cemetery and Clinton Academy, by lantern-light. Admission $15. Reservations required. Please call 631-324-6850. Fri 11/23 Benefit Cocktail Party for the Holiday House Tour 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm For information and tickets, please call the Historical Society office at 631-324-6850 or order your tickets on line at: easthamptonhistory.org/pages/house_tour_07.html Sat 11/24 Holiday House Tour 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm The annual Holiday House Tour is one of our most popular events. Every year, several generous East Hampton residents open their houses to members and friends of the Historical Society for the annual tour. Six historically and architecturally significant homes will be showcased in this fall fundraiser. Typically, the houses are selected for their historic value as well as architectural details that are significant of the period when they were built. Tour participants receive a map of the locations with descriptions of each house for a self guided tour. After the tour, pictures and descriptions of the houses will be available in the Archive section of our website. See note below regarding access to the Archive section. Advance tickets available through the East Hampton Historical Society office, and on sale at Clinton Academy Museum on the day of the tour. For information, please call 631-324-6850 or order your tickets online which will be held for you at the Clinton Academy Museum: easthamptonhistory.org/pages/house_tour_07.htm SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane (631) 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 Sun 11/4 Countess de Salm's High Tea & Concert 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm Port of Missing Men. Admission is $250, call 283-2494 to receive an invitation. The "Port of Missing Men" is a North Sea mansion developed between 1926 and 1929 by Colonel Henry Huttleston Rogers, Jr. as a hunting lodge and getaway from his larger home on Gin Lane in Southampton. His father, H. H. Rogers Sr., also known as "Hell Hound Rogers," was the co-founder of Standard Oil along with J.D. Rockefeller. In his later years he became one of the wealthiest men in the U.S. In 1909 "The Colonel" inherited his father's fortune of stock in Standard Oil and served in WW I with distinction. The Countess von Salm-Hoogstraeten is the current owner of the property and the honorary chair of this benefit. Co-chairs for the event are Jean Mackenzie, Peter Hallock and Joanne Pateman. Grammy award-winning pianist Judy Carmichael will give a performance of jazz from the 1920s and 30s. Four Seasons Catering will provide a high tea of sweet and savory dishes. Champagne will enhance this late afternoon soiree along with a look at some of the rooms in the mansion, which are filled with priceless American and European antiques. Wed 11/14 The Art of Pie Baking Workshop 10:30 am - 1:00 pm $40 members, $45 non-members, space is limited, pay in advance, 283-2494. Kathleen King, master baker and owner of Tate’s Bake Shop will teach the techniques of pie baking. Lunch included, bring a mixing bowl and a wooden spoon Thurs 11/15 East End Study Group: Local history topic to be announced 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Free for members, $4 adults, refreshments served. Sun 11/18 Community Festival: Our Town Traditions 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Free admission Rogers Mansion, Main Gallery & 2nd Floor Gallery Sun 11/18 Exhibit opening 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Free admission. This exhibit will be on display through January 5, 2008. Family Opening Reception for two exhibitions - Decembers Past & Present and Sunday Drive: Roadside Scenes of Southampton, Paintings by Sharen Dykeman. Bring the family and celebrate the opening of our holiday exhibit. This year we are highlighting the

Polish American Community with many other ethnic groups in Southampton. Come and sample foods from around the globe and see a Polish youth group dance in costume. Fri 11/23 Jewelry Sale at the Pelletreau Shop 80 Main Street, Southampton 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m Free admission Holiday Special! See a wide variety of jewelry handmade by Resident Jeweler Eric Messin. Members get 20% off through Saturday, December 29. LONG ISLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION Sat 11/3 Contradance @ the Watermill Community Center Route 27A, Water Mill, 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm $10/$14 Call Maxine 725-9321 (1st Saturdays from October through May) EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com. The next meeting will be held on Monday, November 5th, at 7:30 PM in Ashawagh Hall. Sat 11/3 Longshanks Hike #5 (8 miles) 9:00 am This challenging 8-mile loop through Hither Woods and the eastern shore of Napeague Harbor includes a sandy stretch at Flaggy Hole, a badly eroded Serpent’s Back Trail and a 3-mile beach walk around the Goff Point peninsula. The spectacular views are worth the effort! Meet at the Hither Hills overlook off Rt. 27 in Montauk. Rain date: Saturday, November 10, same time, same place. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 11/3 Northwest Paumanauk Path (6 miles) 10:00 am If you are in the mood for a bracing, fast paced walk in a beautiful piney woods, this is the hike for you. Meet at the kiosk on Route 114 near Edward’s Hole Road in East Hampton. Leaders: Larry and Judy Kron 329-3948 Sun 11/4 Stony Hill Woods (6+ miles) 10:00 am An imaginative and diverse hike in and around beautiful Stony Hill, Amagansett, with a leader who knows the area well. Hilly terrain but hike will be of moderate pace. Bring food and water. Meet on the east side of Abraham’s Path, ¼ mile north of Town Lane, in Amagansett. Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Wed 11/7 Chatsfield’s Hole (3 easy miles) 10:00 am Named after an early East Hampton settler, Chatfield’s Hole is a beautiful glacial kettle hole surrounded by stately pine trees. The area around the hole is one of the town’s first open-space acquisitions. Meet at the kiosk on route 114 at the intersection of Edward’s Hole Rd in East Hampton (2 miles north of Stephen Hands Path). Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Wed 11/7 East Hampton Village (2 miles) 1:00 pm This walk begins at the duck pond Nature Preserve in East Hampton village on David’s Lane near the intersection with Egypt Lane. We will walk past the Maidstone Club along a stretch of ocean beach and through the Nature Preserve. Leaders: Melanie Ross 2676324 and Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Sat 11/10 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 EH. Leader: Lee Dion 375-2339 Sun 11/11 Woodland Beech to Bay Beach (6 miles) 1:00 pm Begin this afternoon hike through a beautiful beechwood forest and pass the Baker Kettlehole. Observe the changing forest ecology as the trail passes historic Clay Pitts and winds to the brackish water of Fresh Pond. Meet at the trail entrance in the hollow around 2/10 mile east of Sunburst Lane on the south side of Red Dirt Road. Feel free to join us for a snack afterwards. Leader: Lynn Mendelman 324-8070 Wed 11/14 Barcelona Neck (4 miles) 10:00 am Join us for a pleasant 4-mile hike along an historic peninsula which features oak and hickory forests and panoramic views of tidal wetlands. Meet on Swamp Rd, ¼ mile east of its junction with Rt 114. Leaders: Bill and Jody Flynn 267-3951 Sat 11/17 Cranberries & Dunes (family hike) (3 miles) 10:00 am Our leader will fill you in on the secrets of the mysterious Walking Dunes and take us to the bog where cranberries abound this time of year. Wear boots and bring a container if you want to harvest some berries for your Thanksgiving table. Meet at the end of

Napeague Harbor Road off Route 27 in Napeague. Leader: Lee Dion 375-2339 NO HIKE ON NOVEMBER 21ST HAPPY THANKSGIVING Fri 11/23 Waterfence (5 miles) 10:00 am On the day after Thanksgiving there’s nothing better for your waistline and your psyche than a vigorous hike through some beautiful landscape. Come join our leader on a vigorous walk in Hither Woods. 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 668-2093 Sat 11/24 Accabonac Preserve (3 miles) 10:00 am This woodland preserve dominated by crisscross trails and a variety of tree species provides diversity for the hiker. Meet at the south side of Red Dirt Road approx. a ¼ mile from Old Accabonac Highway in Amagansett. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Sat 11/24 Hither Woods (6-7 miles) 10:00 am We will hike on several hilly trails in Hither woods, mostly on the Paumanok Path and the Serpent’s Back Trail. We will walk through interesting woods and have some gorgeous bay views. Meet at the Overlook on Route 27, about 1 mile east of the Old Montauk Hwy fork. From there, we will shuttle to Napeague Harbor Road to begin our hike. Bring snacks and water. Inclement weather could cancel, call if in doubt. Leader: Judy Kossover 267-6747 Wed 11/28 Stony Hill (2 miles) 10:00 am With Autumn foliage largely fallen, this short but athletic hike should afford views of Gardiner's Bay obscured by foliage most of the year. Meet off Red Dirt Road, about ¼ mile east of Accabonac Road. Leader: Jim Zajac 324-2425 SOUTH HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 537-5202 During October and November, Ken Kindler will be hiking the Paumanok Path. To join Ken walking sections of the Path call 631563-4354 or E-mail ken@hike-li.org. Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Thurs 11/1 S.T.P.S. Monthly Meeting. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Meet at Southampton Town Hall lower level meeting room, Southampton. All are welcome. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sat 11/3 Trout Pond Surprise. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road (across from Mill Road). 4 miles, some hills. Tony Garro, 631-725-5861. Sun 11/4 Sag Swamp/Poxabogue. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Poxabogue County Park parking lot on Old Farm Road, Sagaponack. 3 mile hike with a split personality. Sue Bieger, 631283-1548. Sat 11/10 Laurel Valley. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Catch the last of the fall colors in this beautiful county preserve. 4 miles, some hills. Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road in Noyac. Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Sun 11/11 Elliston Park. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Elliston Park parking lot on Millstone Brook Road, Southampton. 4-5 miles, some hills. Woods, ponds and meadows. Howard Reisman, 631-283-5376. Sat 11/17 Red Creek Park. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the parking on Old Riverhead Road, Hampton Bays. 4 miles, some hills: views of Penny Pond and the last of the fall colors. Claude Debeaumon, 631-728-8667. Sun 11/18 Barrel Hill Adventure. 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Hike 4-5 miles with some hills from Barrel Hill to the SYS Center. Meet on Edge of Woods Road, Southampton (where power lines cross road). Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Sun 11/18 Horses on Trails Ride. Time and location to be determined. BYO horse. All riders must be members of S.T.P.S./HOT. You can join day of ride. Call Barbara Bornstein, 631-537-6188. Fri 11/23 Walk It Off Hike. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 5 miles briskly, to walk off the turkey and stuffing. Meet at the end of Round Pond Lane, Sag Harbor. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sat 11/24 Full Moon Prowl. 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Watch the full moon rise over Bridgehampton. Meet at the end of Bridge Hill Lane (west side of Brick Kiln Road about ¼ mile north of Scuttlehole Road). Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 11/25 Long Pond Greenbelt. 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor. 5 mile hike along many ponds. Bob Wolfram, 631-725-4237.

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. Sat 11/10 Mashomack: Family Fun - Build a Birdfeeder 10:00 am Ages 6 and up accompanied by adult, or ages 10 and up unaccompanied. Cost for materials $9. It’s time to start feeding the birds! Come build a bird feeder while learning about the best way to care for wild birds. Tom Damiani, Mashomack’s Visitor Center Coordinator and “Birdman” will talk about the best kinds of seeds to use and the best way to attract birds to your backyard. Bring a Phillips head screwdriver. Sat 11/24: Mashomack: Endangered Species: A Live Animal Presentation 1:00 pm A Thanksgiving weekend treat for the whole family! Come be entertained by Bill Fix of the Regional Wildlife Center and his live animals while answering some important questions. What species are becoming harder to find? Why should we care? What does it have to do with me? PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 Fri 11/2 An Inconvenient Truth, slideshow, live presentation and discussion with Climate Messenger Sara Gordon 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm Mattituck Library, Main Road, Mattituck What are the causes of global warming? How is climate change affecting the Earth, and what are the potential impacts for Long Island? What can we do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help slow planetary warming? Sara Gordon, a trainee of Al Gore and The Climate Project, will address these questions in a fascinating presentation of the slide show from An Inconvenient Truth, with updated information and a focus on solutions and local action strategies. Free! GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 Unless indicated, GEE’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Thurs 11/1 ENVIRONMENTAL BOOK CLUB 5:30 pm Meet up with the Group's Environmental Book Club to discuss a humorous and innovative book that invites readers to examine how eating locally affects your community, health and the environment. Plenty: One Man, One Woman, and a Raucous Year of Eating Locally by Alisa Smith and J.B. Mackinnon can be purchased at Canios books with a 10% discount for interested book club members. For more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-537-1400 (x21) or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org. Wed 11/7 QUIZ NIGHT (LOCATION TBD) 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm Team registration: $20 EARLY, $25 LATE (after Monday, November 5th). Attention trivia enthusiasts! Join Kate Schertel and Jodi Grindrod for a fun night of quizzing topped off with CASH PRIZES! Teams of up to five people will compete for first and second place cash prizes 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 the Group for the East End. For more information, or to register a team, please contact Jodi or Kate at 631-537-1400 (x23) or (x13), respectively. Wed 11/28 SHINNECOCK BAY SEAL SIGHTINGS 3:00 pm Join us to welcome back the harbor seals! Each fall, the harbor seals return from cooler waters to winter here. Take a walk at low tide, just before sunset to spot the seals resting on the sandbars. For reservations or more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-537-1400 (x21) or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 11/3 Poetry: Carole Stone reads from Traveling with the Dead, and George Held reads from his new collections 6:00 pm Sat 11/10 Poets Dan Moran and Allen Planz present the work of Dan Murray. 6:00 pm Sun 11/11 Poets Vince Clemente and Annabelle Mosley read. 3:00 pm Sat 11/17 Barbara Wersba reads new work. 6:00 pm

Fri 11/23 Photographer Alen MacWeeney presents his book, Irish Travellers, Tinkers No More. 6:00 pm Sat 11/24 Poet Phil Schultz reads from his new collection, Failure. 6:00 pm EAST END BOOKS & GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Fri 11/23 Meet The Author: Jake Rajs 3:00–4:00 p.m. Meet photographer Jake Rajs who will be on hand to autograph copies of his new book of color photographs “Atlantic, Coastal Towns, Seashores, and Waterways of North America” With an introduction by Walter Cronkite this lavish, limited-edition volume showcases more than two hundred sumptuous color photographs in full spreads and gatefolds–some measuring over five feet in length–and each book is numbered and includes a numbered print signed by the artist. From the rocky edges of Penobscot Bay, to the cottage charm of Nantucket Island, to the tropical grandeur of Palm Beach’s majestic houses, award-winning photographer Jake Rajs captures the towns and fishing villages, the lighthouses and dunes, and the ocean in every season. Our Atlantic seaboard is home to some of the finest stretches of sand beaches and outer islands in the world. One of the most picturesque and varied parts of the continent, it is filled with natural diversity and includes a great range of historic towns and cities. Distant city views of the New York skyline and Miami’s art deco beach hotels contrast vividly with such famed destinations as Beaufort and Newport, as well as such small towns as Mantoloking, Bar Harbor, Cape May and Vero Beach. About the Author: Jake Rajs’s assignments have taken him to exotic locations around the world and have led to publication in Life, Esquire, Omni, Travel and Leisure, GEO, and Camera 35, among other magazines. He was voted Reader’s Digest’s “Best American Photographer,” and his previous Rizzoli titles include These United States, America, Manhattan: An Island in Focus, and Cherry Blossoms. Walter Cronkite has covered virtually every news event during more than 60 years in the field. Sat 11/24 Meet The Author: Bob Colacello “Out” 3:00 pm –5:00 pm “Out” documents an era at once so close and so far away: the wild, glamorous, disco-and-drugs decade between the end of the Vietnam war and the advent of AIDS, when, in certain parts of Manhattan, every night was party night. As the editor of Andy Warhol’s Interview from 1971 to 1983, Bob Colacello was perfectly placed to record this life of art openings, movie premieres, cocktail parties, dinner parties, charity balls and after-hours clubs; he wrote about the best of them in a monthly column called “Out.” In 1975, Swiss art dealer Thomas Ammann gave Colacello one of the first miniature 35mm cameras, a black plastic Minox small enough to hide in his jacket pocket, and Colacello began snapping photographs too. Sneaking a shot of Henry Kissinger holding forth at a dinner party, or Bianca Jagger letting loose at Studio 54, Colacello was in the middle of the action, “an accidental photographer” more akin to a secret agent than any typical paparazzo. With their skewed angles, multilayered compositions, and moody lighting, his images have an immediacy and grit not often found in the work of professional party photographers. And what subjects! Diana Vreeland, Calvin Klein, Jack Nicholson, Richard Gere, Cher, Raquel Welch, Mick Jagger, Diane von Furstenberg, Barry Diller, Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Nan Kempner, Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein and always Warhol himself. Because space in Interview was limited, only a handful of Colacello’s pictures were published each month. Most of those collected in Out have never been seen before. Mon 11/26 Jeffrey Banks and Doria de La Chapelle 4:00–6:00 pm Meet authors Jeffrey Banks and Doria de La Chapelle who will autograph copies of their new book “Tartan: Romancing the Plaid” Foreword by Rose Marie Bravo. William “Braveheart” Wallace did battle in it. Queen Victoria decked Balmoral in it. Madonna donned it to strut around the stage. Tartan, the beloved symbol of kin, clan and nation to the Scots, has evolved into the one of the world’s favorite fabrics. Serving as inspiration for designers of everything from haute couture to furniture, tartan mania is in full swing. Fashion world insiders Jeffrey Banks and Doria de La Chapelle have written the definitive book on tartan, bringing together a dizzying array of images to tell the story of tartan’s humble beginnings to its current status as the ultimate emblem of great taste and high fashion. In addition to chronicling tartan enthusiasts from every age–including the incomparably fashionable Duke of Windsor whose closet was jam-packed with tartan kilts–Tartan profiles the designers who’ve made tartan an integral part of their work, from punk-inspired provocateurs Vivienne Westwood, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Alexander McQueen to the more refined fashions of titan Ralph Lauren and Burberry. The perfect mix of a fashion and lifestyle book, this volume explores the global phenomena of tartan mania. About the Authors: Rosemarie Bravo is the CEO of Burberry. Jeffrey Banks is a Coty award-winning designer of men’s and women’s apparel. Banks has worked with a number of Scottish fabric mills designing tartans of his own. Doria de La Chapelle is a freelance writer and publicist. After covering fashion and beauty for Mademoiselle, she worked as advertising director at Henri Bendel. GALLERY EXHIBITIONS 11/3 – 11/20 Blanca Ricardo “The Art of the Handbag”

Sat 11/3 Opening Reception 5:30–7:00p.m. These designs are composed from a selection of vintage, recycled, and new materials. All pieces are sewn individually and are one-ofa-kind. Blanca was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She unites “chispa” (spark), a keen eye for design and color, and fine craftsmanship in beautiful, fun, elegant, and very wearable accessories. Most bags include cell-phone and “mad money” pouches! Made in East Hampton, New York 11/23 – 12/31 The Artists’ Press, South Africa: An exhibition of Limited Edition artists’ prints and handcrafted African decorations. Sat 11/24 Opening Reception 5:30–7:00 pm The Artists’ Press at East End Books showcases a selection of limited edition original fine art prints by leading contemporary South African artists. There will also be a mix of wildly original, hand crafted Holiday gifts made in Africa. On display, limited edition, signed and numbered artist's prints published and produced by The Artists’ Press print studio: all original art work focusing on handprinted lithography, mono-prints, letterpress, intaglio and photogravure work. Tamarind Master Printer, Mark Attwood, ensures that all work produced at the studio is done by hand. Documentation sheets are available, on request, for all editions. Internationally acclaimed for their contribution to developing the culture of printmaking in Africa, the studio has initiated and taken part in a number of international projects, and through the collaborative process of print making, The Artists Press is involved with developing local cultural initiatives. Work printed by The Artists’ Press can be found in private and Corporate collections around the world: The Smithsonian Institute, Bodleian Library (Oxford University), U.S. Library of Congress, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South African National Archive, Museum of Modern Art MOMA, University of Cape Town, Winterthur Library (Switzerland), Durban Art Gallery, KwaZulu Natal, Yale University, and Philadelphia Art Museum (PA) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Each print is numbered and includes two chops of authenticity; these are MA (Mark Attwood’s initials) and TAP which are the initials of The Artists’ Press. All prints produced at the studio are embossed with either one or both of these chops. The artists in this revolving exhibition include: Dumisani Mabaso’s abstract landscapes titled: “Stages of the Day,” Judith Mason’s fine pencil work symbolic animals, sign-writer Espoir Kennedy’s Mandela portrait, wild-life artist John Moore’s “Afrodizziac” rhino’s, and Sam Nhlengethwa’s jazz series, Claudette Schreuders “Sunburn” (recently acquired by the MOMA) and Hanneke Benade’s “African Chestnut” among others. Editions are from 1/1 to 1/40. SAG HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM 200 Main Street Sag Harbor 725-0700 Throughout November Bid on the Art of Wine bottles by local artists. Contact Barbara at 631-7253981. 11/24-11/25 Holiday Gift Shopping, 12:00 to 5:00 pm. Enjoy cider and treats while you shop. EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY 159 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0222 Thurs 11/1 Book Discussion - Dracula: Fiction & Reality 5:00 pm Call (631) 324-0222 Ext. 3 or stop by the Reference Desk to register In her debut novel, The Historian, first-time author Elizabeth Kostova lavishly reworks the Dracula legend, bringing it into the 21st century in an intricately plotted historical thriller. But who was Dracula really? And did he really exist? Since his first appearance in 1897 in Bram Stoker's classic novel, he has been portrayed as many things and in many different ways by different writers, filmmakers, and actors. On November 1st, Transylvania's most famous son will be unmasked once and for all. Join us for an illuminating discussion of the origins and early evolution in recorded history, print, and film of one of the most recognized characters in all of English literature. Mon 11/5 Shopping Safety & Security on the Internet 5:00 pm Call (631) 324-0222 Ext. 3 or stop by the Reference Desk to register Avoid crowded stores and enjoy the convenience of shopping on the Internet. Safely surf, shop and use the Web without fear of identity theft, hackers, viruses, spyware, web bugs, annoying pop up advertising and other threats. In this lecture and demo workshop, you will learn how to protect yourself from the dangers of the Internet and make your online experience enjoyable. Thurs 11/15 Thanksgiving Book Discussion: Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain 5:00 pm Chef, writer and television star Anthony Bourdain, wrote Kitchen Confidential to describe what happens behind kitchen doors. We'll discuss his delectable book and share kitchen experiences. Everyone who attends this book discussion must bring a dish they prepared to share with the group! Call (631) 324-0222 Ext. 3 or stop by the Reference Desk to sign up and receive a copy of the book.

ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Rd, Southampton 283-0774 November Exhibition in the Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery : Plane Beyond Paintings by: Yoko Shiraishi Sat 11/10 Reception 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. 11/1 – 12/13 Thursday Morning Bridge 10:15 a.m. – Noon (no bridge on November 22, December 20 & 27) Please join your library friends for six enjoyable mornings of duplicate bridge. We’ll serve coffee and snacks. Thursdays 11/1 – 12/13 Thursday Afternoon Knitting Circle 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Maria Cooper Room, Cooper Hall (no knitting on November 22) Drop in and work on your favorite holiday projects in the company of friends in our weekly knitting circle. Sun 11/4 Maria Yefi mova, pianist, 3:00 p.m. Free Russian-born pianist Maria Yefi mova came to the United States as a student at Manhattan School of Music and is now a candidate in the Doctor of Musical Arts Program. She has appeared both as a solo performer and in chamber music ensembles throughout the world, and is the recipient of numerous awards in national and international piano competitions. She will perform works by Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, and others. A reception will follow. There is no charge for this program, which is underwritten by the Friends of the Rogers Memorial Library. Tues 11/6 A Lunchtime Musical Salute to The House That George Built: With A Little Help From Irving Cole, and a Crew of About Fifty with Wilfrid Sheed, Tina deVaron, pianist/vocalist 12:00 pm Author, critic and satirist Wilfrid Sheed, one of this country’s most eminent cultural historians, has written a homage to the creators of some of the world’s most beloved songs. Join him, and pianist/vocalist Tina deVaron, for a fond look back at the Golden Age of American Song seen through the eyes of one of its most ardent fans. Sun 11/11 Family Fiesta Day @ The Parrish Art Museum, 25 Job’s Lane 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. The Parrish Art Museum, in collaboration with the Rogers Memorial Library and The Southampton Historical Museum, presents an afternoon of culture and activities from our neighboring Latin American countries. There will be traditional art workshops, dance performance, costumes, authentic food, and Latin music. Activities will be conducted in English and Spanish. For information, please call (631) 283-2118 ext. 30. Wed 11/14 Memorable Meals for Everyday Cooks - Ellen Greaves, local chef and author 12:00 pm Bring a bag lunch and join us for a visit with local chef Ellen Greaves for a meal prepared with locallygrown ingredients. We’ll serve coffee and tea. Sun 11/18 The Friends of the Rogers Memorial Library present Allan Blumenthal, M.D., pianist 3:00 p.m. Free Allan Blumenthal is a psychiatrist practicing in New York who is devoted to the recent international movement of piano competitions for amateur pianists. He was a prizewinner in the Gina Bachauer International Amateur Piano Competition and a finalist in both the Boston and New York International Amateur Competitions. He will perform works by Handel, Wagner, Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninoff and Granados. A reception will follow. Tues 11/20 Create Your Own Holiday Centerpiece with Maggie Kirwin-Hunter, horticulturist 10:30 a.m. – Noon $10 for materials payable at the door Get into a festive spirit by making your own centerpiece to take home with you to enjoy for the entire holiday season. Bring pruning shears. Size limit: 15. Mon 11/26 A screening of SICKO Michael Moore, director, 113 minutes, PG-13 3:00 p.m. In this documentary fi lm, Michael Moore investigates the profi t-driven American health care system, focusing on its health insurance and pharmaceutical industry. The LA Times’ Kenneth Turan calls it “Moore’s most important, most impressive, most provocative fi lm.” Wed 11/28 Holiday Cookie Exchange 12:00 pm Bring a bag lunch and join us for a fun hour that will defi nitely save you time over the holidays! This is for bakers only! Here’s how it works: Bring three dozen favorite homemade cookies. Bring two dozen copies of your recipe (If you bring them to Cooper Hall at least one week in advance, we’ll make copies for you!) 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 6:15 p.m.. Films start promptly at 6:30 p.m. No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free.

Fri 11/2 Hacking Democracy - Documentary directed by Simon Ardizzone & Russell Michaels. Not rated. Fri 11/9 Reign Over Me & Cirque du Famille (Short) Drama starring Adam Sandler, Don Cheadle, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Liv Tyler and Donald Sutherland. Directed by Mike Binder. Rated R for language and some sexual references. Also Cirque du Famille a short film directed by Sag Harbor native Paul Haxwell. Fri 11/16 Ratatouille Pixar’s family animated comedy with the voices of Ian Holm, Peter O’Toole, Brian Dennehy and Janeane Garofolo. Directed by Brad Bird and Jan Pinkava. Rated G. Fri 11/23 Blizzard Family holiday story starring Brenda Blethyn, Christopher Plummer and Kevin Pollack, with the voice of Whoopi Goldberg. Directed by LeVar Burton. Rated G. PERFORMANCES Sun 11/18 Latin Rhythms 2:00 p.m. Long Island’s own Yvette Malavet-Blum sings in a cabaret-style show. Williams Sonoma Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Cooking Classes Tuesdays 12:00pm to 2:00pm unless noted otherwise Cost per class is $55 Please join us for a new series of cooking classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our cooking classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by professional chefs 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 11/6 An Inspired Thanksgiving Dinner We'll show you how to incorporate some fresh new flavors into your Thanksgiving meal. These recipes, from our new Thanksgiving cookbook, veer a bit from the standard fare yet will still satisfy the traditionalists at your table. 'Beet and Green Bean Salad, Sausage and Apricot Stuffing, Potato and Celery Root Puree, Apple Brined Turkey Breast and Chocolate-Cranberry Torte. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 11/13 Dinner for the Holidays Featuring recipes from our new cookbook, Holiday Entertaining, this menu is ideal for a sophisticated dinner with family and close friends. 'Butternut Squash Soup with Ginger Crème Fraiche, Sauteed Green Beans with Onion and Bacon Vinaigrette, Baked Ham with Spiced Cider Glaze and Rich Chocolate Brownie Cake. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Tues 11/20 Holiday Hors d'Oeuvres Hors d'oeuvres are always a crowd-pleaser when you're entertaining during the holidays. We'll help you expand your repertoire with some enticing new recipes, many of which can be prepared in advance. 'Mini Ham and Gruyere Panini Triangles, Smoked Salmon Roulades, Blue Cheese Dip, Crostini with White Bean Puree and Crostini with Tapenade. Presented by: Chef Miche Bacher Technique Classes Please join us for a special Holiday themed series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Attend a technique class this fall to learn the art and science of cooking. Led by our own Culinary Experts, each hour-long class is dedicated to a specific culinary topic. To celebrate the season, in November we're offering classes designed to help make your Thanksgiving feast a memorable one. The classes address the best way to work with specific ingredients and introduce you to cookware and tools that streamline preparation. Topics include everything from how to roast a turkey to creative ideas for side dishes. 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. For more information or to request menus for specific classes, please call the store directly. Sun 11/4 & Mon 11/5 Turkey 101 This class will guide you through all the preparations of the turkey, from selecting your bird to seasoning it for the best flavor. Learn about the benefits of brining and get tips on other great flavoring techniques, from injecting spices to compound butters. This class will also provide strategies for a stress-free holiday. Sun 11/11 & Mon 11/12 Roasting & Carving the Turkey Learn the principles behind roasting a turkey with confidence. Discover why the right pan is essential, how to gauge when your bird is done and how to masterfully carve a turkey and present it beautifully at the table for family and friends. We'll include regional turkey preparation methods in our demonstration.

Sun 11/18 & Mon 11/19 Traditional Sides with a Twist Tired of the same old mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce? This class will teach you how to put a whole new spin on the traditional Thanksgiving side dishes using tools you already have in your kitchen. You'll satisfy everyone at your table with these delicious accompaniments. Recipes included. 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 self-directed 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: $5.0 Sun 11/11 Hoe Down Harvest Festival for Families 3:00-5:00 pm $10 members/$12 non-members Swing your pard’ner, do-si-do!!! Come celebrate the fall and the harvest season on the East End at CMEE with a family square dance and hoe down. There will be all kinds of fun activities, performances, workshops, apple-licious snacks and other harvest goodies. Singer-songwriter Caroline Doctorow will be our guest performer. Ms. Doctorow has released five CDs and is known nationally for her songwriting. She brings her own brand of folk music to CMEE for a special afternoon of hoe down songs and square dancing called by Annette Kirk from the Long Island Traditional Music Association. Pre-registration is recommended 631.537.8250www.cmee.org Sat 11/25 Opening of CMEE Discover My Community (thru April 2008) In our 3rd annual CMEE Discover My Community an exhibit recognizing four community organizations and how they enrich their neighbors’ lives CMEE will host four outstanding East End non profits: Bridgehampton Historical Society, Pediatric Dental Fund of the Hamptons, Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation and WLIU Public Radio. These organizations will be recreated with recognizable facades in a mini village setting offering educational and entertaining exploration. Inside each locale activities will be designed for visitors to learn what important role each organization serves in our community while providing inspiration and information for career and volunteer development. Through interactive activities of role play, art, science, music and literacy children and their grown ups will build appreciation for our community and the greater world. New Classes beginning in November for Kids of All Ages This semester our classes will focus on our upcoming exhibit, CMEE Discover My Community, an exhibit recognizing four community organizations and how they enrich their neighbors' lives. CMEE will host four outstanding East End non-profits: Bridgehampton Historical Society, Pediatric Dental Fund of the Hamptons, Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation and WLIU Public Radio. Sign your child up today for these new, educationally inspired workshops. Scholarships are available upon request. Please contact CMEE's Director of Programming 631-537-8250 ext. 203 Mondays 11/12 –12/17 GET COOKING! (6 classes) 4-5 pm $120 members $130 non-members For ages: 4-6 Instructor:Jodi Struk. Your child will learn to make healthy choices this semester in CMEE's Get Healthy Cooking Class. Learning about the food pyramid, your child will create sweet and savory foods. Each child will have his/her own kitchen utensils, sifters, knives, rolling pins, whiskers and measuring cups to help create yummy recipes to take home and bake. Mondays 11/12 – 12/17 RADIO BROADCASTING - OLD TIME RADIO SHOW, LIVE! (6 classes) 4-5 pm $120 members $130 non-members For ages: 7-11 Instructor: Wally Smith. Calling all actors! Work with WLIU's anchorman Wally Smith as he teaches you the ropes of developing and producing your own old-time radio show to be aired live! Students will create sound effects using such objects as washtubs, saws, wooden blocks and even a bathtub scrub brush! Your child will also learn the history of radio broadcasting, interesting facts about radio entertainment and wil travel to N.Y.C. to visit the Museum of Television and Radio. Wednesdays 11/14 – 1/2/08 TOOTH FAIRY TALES & ART WORKSHOP (6 classes - no class Nov. 21, Dec. 26) 4:00 - 5:00 pm $120 members/$130 non-members For ages: 4-6. Instructor: Sue Lichtenstein. Not only will your child will learn about tooth fairy tales from around the world, but

he/she will learn how to care for their teeth while having fun being extremely creative. From designing and building his/her own tooth fairy house to fabric painting their own tooth fairy pillow, your child will learn tips about dental hygiene. Other fun art projects planned are; a clay mouse and tooth box (made by children in Russia when they loose their teeth) and a paper Mache Tooth Sparrow from India and Africa. Wednesdays 11/14 – 1/2/08 THEN & NOW FAMILY SCRAPBOOKING (6 classes-no class Nov. 21, Dec. 26) 4:00 - 5:00 pm $120 members/$130 non-members For ages: 7-11. Instructor: Jody Struk. The art of scrapbooking is becoming extremely popular and rewarding. What memories to keep between the pages of a scrapbook. Students will make their own paper for their scrapbooks and work with a wide array of scrapbooking materials. Each week your child will be asked to bring in family photographs and memorabilia to create an oldfashioned scrapbook, to treasure for years to come. Turn-of-the-century scrapbooks will be on display to inspire and show what life was like then as compared to now. Thursdays 11/15 – 1/3 DOLPHINS, PORPOISES & SEA TURTLES, OH MY! (6 classes-no class Nov.22, Dec. 27) 4:00 - 5:00 pm $120 members/$110 non-members For ages: 4-6 Instructor: The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation. The primary mission of the Riverhead Foundation is to preserve and protect our marine environment through education, rehabilitation and research. The Riverhead Foundation is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of seals, sea turtles, whales, dolphins and porpoises. Your child will have the privileged experience of spending six sessions with educators from the Riverhead Foundation learning hands on about what they do. Through art activities, role play and actually visiting the research center your child will have an experience of a lifetime. Thursdays 11/15 – 1/3/08 MARINE RESEARCH WORKSHOP - DOLPHINS, SEALS & PORPOISESHERE WE COME TO SAVE THE DAY (6 classes-no class Nov.22, Dec. 27) 4:00 - 5:00 pm $120 members/$110 non-members For ages: 7-11. Instructor: The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation. The primary mission of the Riverhead Foundation is to preserve and protect our marine environment through education, rehabilitation and research. The Riverhead Foundation is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of seals, sea turtles, whales, dolphins and porpoises. Your child will have the privileged experience of spending six sessions with educators from the Riverhead Foundation learning hands on about what they do. Through art activities, role play and actually visiting the research center your child will have an experience of a lifetime. Fridays 11/16 – 1/4/08 JAZZ IT UP! PAINTING WORKSHOP (6 classes-no class Nov.23, Dec. 28) 4:00 5:00 pm $120 members/$130 non-members For ages: 4-6 Instructor: Carolyn Calandro. Imagine, create, listen and let your hand move to the rhythm of jazz with a real musician playing right in front of you. Each week your child will have the opportunity to listen to a jazz musician play in his/her own style while your child paints away. Many famous writers, poets and artists have been inspired by listening to music. Students will work in a different media, charcoal, pencil, acrylic, watercolor, gesso or gouache to create a painting inspired by the rhythmic blues they're listening to! SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshop. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline 537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members are charged $5 per person Sat 11/3 Late Fall Migration Bird Walk 9:00 am Montauk Walk Leader: Joe Guinta. Seed eating birds such as sparrows and finches are some of the birds you will see on this walk as they move south or settle down to spend the winter here. Joe mixes fact-filled birding information with his usual lighthearted comments. Sun 11/11 Feeding Time at the Museum – For Children 10:00 am – 11:00 am Program Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. Is a spider crab a spider? How does it eat? How does a hermit crab eat? For that matter, how does a salamander eat, and what about a frog? Join us for feeding time at the museum to find out who eats what and what might eat it. Sat 11/17 Family Nature Walk 10:00 am Walk Leader: Crystal Possehl. Join Crystal for a walk in the field and woods behind the South Fork Natural History Museum and discover the plants and animals that live there and the signs and sounds that help us know that they are around. Insect repellent is recommended

Sat 11/24 Nighttime Owl Prowl 7:00 pm Walk Leader: Joe Giunta. Prowl the night woods with Joe in search of our native owls. First there’s a sound-and-slide show about the owls and then it’s out into the field to call in some of these hunters of the night. This walk is limited to fifteen adults and children over ten years of age. Bring a flashlight and binoculars if you have them. THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 Rates and schedules are subject to change. All trips depart from and return to Montauk Harbor unless noted. Reservations required Block Island Jumbo Sea Bass Full Day Limited Trips This trip will sail aboard the Viking Stariper every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The limit is strictly 25 anglers and the boat leaves the dock at 5am and returns at 3:30pm. Reservations are strongly recommended. The fare is $85 per person and it includes bait and tackle. Full Day Porgy Fishing This trip departs daily at 5am. The fare is $60 per person. The fare includes bait free of charge. Night Striped Bass Fishing This trip departs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm and returns at 1am. The fare is $75 per person. The fare includes live eels free of charge. Reservations are recommended for this trip. 2007 Black Fishing Schedule This trip will sail aboard the Viking Starship on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in the month of November. The boat leaves the dock at 4am and returns at 6pm. Reservations are strongly recommended. The fare is $110 per person and it includes bait free of charge. 2007 Special Rusty Belly Wreck Trips This trip will sail aboard the Viking Starship on Wednesdays in November. The dates are Nov 7, Nov 14, Nov 21, and Nov 28. The boat leaves the dock at 3am and returns at 6pm. The fare is $135 per person and it includes bait free of charge. Please note that this trip is limited to 40 people so reservations are strongly recommended. 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! Sat 11/3 Sol y Sombra: a Flamenco Music Extravangaza 8:00 PM Suggested donation: $15. You will experience the fiery passion and romance of traditional gypsy Flamenco in this special performance by the costumed guitarist, singers and dancers of Sol y Sombra, a company est. over 17 years ago (under the artistic direction of Maria Loreta) to promote the art of Spanish music and dance. This performance is being funded in-part by grants from the Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs and a NYC Decentralization Grant administered by the Huntington Arts Council. Reservations recommended. Sat 11/24 Starlab Portable Planetarium Shows: 7:00, 8:00, and 9:00 pm Suggested donation: $5 Child (13 and under), $8 Adult, $20 Family (2 adults and children) per show. A planetarium is one of the best ways to become quicky familiar with the night sky. StarLab presenter and story-teller, Andi Pisacano, will introduce you to the constellations and other celestial bodies, and tell you the myths associated with them. CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Phototography Exhibition: Celebration of the Natural Beauty of Long Island in three parts: Part I - On the Edge: Workers on the Waterfront Black and white photographic tale of Greenport's finest waterfront workers. Through 12/1 Part II - Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork Breathtaking photos from Jake Rajs's newest book of the same name. On exhibit thru 2008. Part III - Nature and Wildlife Photographers of Long Island Opening Reception Sun 11/11 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm NWPLI has been awarded numerous honors for its work, most recently winning the Nature’s Best Photography International Awards

(Camera Club Category) sponsored by Nature’s Best Photography Magazine. (through 12/9) Every Sunday in November Winemakers Walk 1pm A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. $15 per person. Reservations Requested Sat 11/3 Inside the Artist’s Studio @ Borghese 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Paumanok Weavers Guild demonstrating weaving techniques on multiple looms & displaying their textile art Sun 11/11 Holiday Olive Oil Tasting 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Free Share some holiday spirit by bonding with friends. Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria. Sun 11/18 Dessert Tasting Featuring: Peconic Bakerys Chocolate Luxuries Free Come and taste the uniquely beautiful and delicious desserts by Peconic Bakery, and learn how to pair wine and desserts. CHANNING DAUGHTERS 1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton 537-7224 Fri 11/30 Dormancy - The Wines of the Northern Rhone 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $85 per person. Admission by advance ticket purchase only. COREY CREEK Main Road (Rt. 25A) Southold 765-4168 Corey Creek Vineyards is currently open for tastings 11-5 p.m. daily. Sun 11/11 Wine & Cheese Pairing 1:00 pm $15.00 per person Free to our Wine Club members Come and relax on our outdoor deck overlooking one of the best views on the North Fork. Enjoy an Artisan Cheese tasting from The Village Cheese Shop paired with the award winning wines of Corey Creek Vineyards. ! Please RSVP by November 6th Contact: Erin 631.765.4168 THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Peconic 800-974-9899 Comparative Tastings at the Lenz Guest Cottage Since 1996, Lenz has invited some of the world's top wine educators, Master Sommeliers, Masters of Wine and wine editors to participate in blind tastings of our wines with such legendary French wines as Chateau Petrus, Chateau Latour & Le Montrachet. This November we invite you to an unique comparative tasting that puts you in the wine professional's seat. Taste and decide for yourself. There will be three tastings offered, each highlighting a different Old Vines wine against its top French competitors. All tastings will include three flights, each comprised of 5 wines chosen from the Lenz portfolio, and from well-known Bordeaux and Burgundy wine producers whose wines command up to $1250 per bottle! Attendance is limited to 30 people. You may purchase tickets for each individual tasting or save $75 and enjoy all three for $400. To purchase tickets, please call 631.734.6010. A full description of the wines to be included in each tasting will be mailed to you along with your ticket confirmation. Sat 11/17 OLD VINES CHARDONNAY 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Lenz Subscribers $175 per person/General Public $200 Sat 11/24 Old Vines Merlot vs Chateau Petrus 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Lenz Subscribers $175 per person/General Public $200 3 flights. 5 wines in each flight. Wines chosen from the Lenz portfolio and other notable Bordeaux and Burgundy producers like Chateau Petrus. Class size limited to 25 people. Reserve by November 16th. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Tuesdays through November Open Mic 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm $5 Hosted by the RHYTHM KINGS Acoustic Duo. ALL TALENTS WELCOME - MUSICIANS • POETS • COMEDIANS Performersplease reserve your timeslot by calling 631 298 0075 Let us know what your playing; PA system available - Bring your own instruments. Live recordings of your performance available upon request Sat 11/3 Oyster Shucking with East End Oysters 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Sun 11/4 COOKING DEMO Q RESTAURANT 12:00 pm -3:00 pm Sat 11/10 Oyster Shucking with East End Oysters 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Sat 11/10 North Fork Environmental Council Presents it's Annual CHILI NIGHT 7:00 pm $45 Tatste and enjoy some of the greatest, the healthiest and the hottest hometown chili recipes. See if your favorites match those of out expert judges in each of 3 categories: 1, Best Overall Chili 2. Best Vegetarian Chili 3. Hottest Chili Seating is limited and tickets must be purchased in advance at 298.8880 Sun 11/11 Holiday Entertaining 101 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm $10 per person. Complimentary to Martha Clara Wine Club Members. Join Dave and Lorraine Girard of Buoy One Restaurant along with guest chefs and designers for this Holiday Entertaining primer. Chefs and party planners will cover table design and set-up, menu-planning, demonstrate preparation of dishes and will also be available to answer your questions. Martha Clara wines will be paired with the dishes being prepared. To reserve your spot contact 631.298.0075 ext 13. Sun 11/18 COOKING DEMO Q RESTAURANT 12:00 pm -3:00 pm Sat 11/24 COOKING DEMO STONEWALLS RESTAURANT 12:00 pm -3:00 pm PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 Sat 11/3 & Sun 11/4, Sat 11/17 & Sun 11/18 Paumanok 2006 Futures Barrel Tastings every hour on the hour from 11 AM to 5 PM. $15/person. PINDAR VINEYARDS 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Weekends in November: Champagne Chopin & Caviar ( Nov 3-4, 10-11, 17-18) Tours at 12:30pm, 2:00pm & 4:00pm. Free Our Annual Event - Special tours demonstrating the last stages in making Champagne. Watch us complete the 'methode champagnois' process. See us cork, wire net and bottle in preparation for the Holiday season. Complimentary tasting of our Cuvee Rare Champagne and hor d'oeuvres. Sat 11/10 'A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That' by Joan Bernstein 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm The award winning producer of Paumanok Preserves will be on hand to sign copies of her cook book and offer samples of her jams, jellies, relishes and more. Hot Mulled Wine and Cookies Beginning with Thanksgiving Weekend, take a break from Holiday shopping with our famous Sweet Scarlett Mulled Wine. Served each Saturday and Sunday starting Thanksgiving weekend and each weekend in December through Christmas weekend, with cookies. We will even give you the recipe to make it yourself at home. THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic 765-6404 Sun 11/4 Winemaker's Dinner at North Fork Table and Inn Featuring Schneider Vineyards@ North Fork Table and Inn, Southold. Pre-dinner reception with Bruce Schneider at The Tasting Room between 2 pm and 4:30pm, featuring bottle signing and previews of new releases. Reservations available between 5pm and 9pm and may be placed by calling North Fork Table at (631) 765-0177. North Fork Table will serve a multi-course tasting menu paired with Schneider wines. The wine offering will include Schneider's current 2005 releases of Cabernet Franc: "Le Breton" -- a classic, Old World, Loire valley Cabernet Franc, made from 100% Cabernet Franc grapes -- and "Le Bouchet" -- an exciting first offering of this blended, Bordeaux style Cabernet Franc which includes small percentages of Merlot, Malbe, and Petit Verdot which thrust the bright fruit to the forefront of the palate. Bruce Schneider will also be unveiling two new, previously unreleased, "Icon" wines: "Le Cloche" ("the bell") -- an Old World Cabernet Franc -- and a first offering of a 50% Cabernet Franc/50% Petit Verdot blend. North Fork Table -- a new, shining culinary star located in Southold -- offers a progressive American menu committed to the highest standard of culinary excellence. The restaurant's menu focus is seasonally inspired, featuring locally grown biodynamic and organic produce, the freshest seafood from the pristine Peconic Bay and Long Island Sound and award winning North Fork artesian cheeses. Wölffer Estate 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Sat 11/17 Annual Harvest Luncheon 12:30 pm $40 per person / $35 wine club members Reservations Required Join winemaker Roman Roth for an exclusive tasting of the 2007 vintage. Be among the first to savor the abundance of the flavors and aromas of the “new wine” and enjoy a traditional harvest lunch in the cellars of Wölffer Estate.

SOUTHAMPTON PUBLIC HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 Fri 11/2 Project Vibe in the Taproom. 10:30pm MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 11/2 Halloween Party with Great Ceasar's Ghost 8:00 pm $15 Bridgehampton, New York's Great Caesar's Ghost has made a name for themselves nationally is a relativley short period of time. Both of their CD's ("Live at Berkner Hall with GE Smith" (2005) and "One More Ride" (2006)) have recieved extensive airplay throughout the country on XM satellite radio for the past two years. As a result the band has sold CD's in 33 states and in 10 different countries. In May of 2007 they had a track from their most recent CD, "One More Ride", featured on an episode of the NBC-TV show "My Name Is Earl". The Allman Brothers Band website calls Great Caesar's Ghost "One of the hottest bands in the New York Area", which is quite a compliment considering the amount of Allman Brothers material played by GCG. The Allman's website also markets and sells both Great Caesar's Ghost discs. Great Caesar's Ghost also appeared on "The Grateful Dead Hour with David Gans" and is reflective of GCG's love of the Grateful Dead and their innovative approach to the Dead's material. While XM Satellite Radio's Earl Bailey commented that GCG is one of "the top shelf jam bands", the band is also adept at pulling out tunes that keep a crowd up and dancing all night long. Fri 11/2 Weird Jellyfish 11:00 pm $10 The Weird Jellyfish are an eclectic mix of jam band acoustic rock, splashed with a bluegrass scent. Their sound is original. From bass bending grooves to acoustic folk, this band will bring the vibes to you’re doorstep. Based out of the northeast jam rock scene, they have begun to rise through their music’s originality, energy, and endorphin persona. Sat 11/3 Too Busy Being Bored 8:00 pm $10 Rock & Roll for all ages Sat 11/3 Blaggards 10:30 pm $10 THE BLAGGARDS - not your typical Long Island bar band. Instead of endless classic rock tune retreads or bland interpretations of today's hits, Blaggards sets include obscure rockabilly tunes, a country song or two, a pop hit from the 1960s, some classic blues, a song or two from singer/ songwriters such as Alejandro Escovedo, Slaid Cleaves, Patti Smith or Peter Case, and an occasional surf instrumental. Think of a great roadhouse jukebox; that's what the Blaggards are all about. Fri 11/9 The Jon Divello Band 8:00 pm $10 A New York City Band, authentic, energized, and commited to producing a memorable aural experience, Acquiesce offers rock as it ought to be. Fri 11/9 The Nancy Atlas Project 10:30 pm $10 Original Americana Rock and Roll with a trace of Southern Comfort Sat 11/10 The Lone Sharks 10:00 pm $10 The Sharks play up to 150 gigs a year, and most of them are still out east where a devoted following keeps the band working year round. The Lone Shark CDs, consisting mostly of Gene's self-penned tunes have been a catalyst for newer and better things. "We've learned a lot in putting them out. What to do, and what not to do. We’re still trying to capture our live sound.” Fri 11/16 Tequila Mockingbird 8:00 pm $10 Mama Lee & Friends 10:30 pm $10 Six piece local band with two female singers. Sat 11/17 The New Daytonas 8:00 pm $10 Four Long Island musicians of some local renown: Gil McLean- bassist in the Cascades’ (“Rhythm of the Rain) touring band; "Hot Rod" Todd Lee (Long Island Rockabilly Guitar legend), and Hackensack Men Tom Grecco and Frank Mediani on Guitar and Drums respectively. Their energy and enthusiasm for this music is evident from the first note. So come on down. You’ll hear twanging guitars, shimmering harmonies and a tribal thunder surf-a-billy beat to set the toes-a-tappin’. DISCLAIMER: The New Daytonas contains no original Ronny and the Daytonas members and is not affiliated nor endorsed by Buck Wilkin Music, LLC or any other former Ronny and the Daytonas members. Chuck & Jake Acoustic 10:30 pm $10 The Creamsicles 11:45 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. Wed 11/21 Little Head Thinks 10:00 pm $10 Alternative/Rock Band/Cover and originals Fri 11/23 Alison Goggins with Rob Wolfson 7:00 pm $10,

Alison Goggins is a singer songwriter from Amagansett, NY. Alison's soothing voice has been compared to Kate Wolf, Natalie Merchant and Margo Timmons. Her songs about life, love, peace and politics are set to simple melodies in the folk and blues traditions. Alison has studied songwriting and fingerstyle guitar with Jorma Kaukonen, Terre Roche, Chris Smither, Rory Block, Ernie Hawkins, Verlon Thompson, among others. Teaming up with veteran guitarist Rob Wolfson in early 2007, Rob's solid, melodic, Garciaesque leads and vocal harmonies blend seamlessly with Alison's vocals and gentle fingerstyle rhythms. Come on down to the Talkhouse for a set of beautiful acoustic music from these two local artists. Slick Rick 8:30 pm $55 all tickets After he gained legendary status rapping on Doug E. Fresh's "La Di Da Di," it was only a matter of time before the world would clutch British-born Ricky Walters to its heart. Rick had already fancied himself a rabid storyteller (and a mighty good one) on Fresh's track "The Show," and Great Adventures became Slick Rick's novella. Not content with one perspective, Slick Rick often employed tag-team rhyming with himself as his own partner ("Mona Lisa," "Teacher Teacher"). His cautionary tales ("Hey Young World," "Children's Story," "Teenage Love") work much better than his freaky tales ("Treat Her Like a Prostitute," "Indian Girl"). Still, it doesn't take a musicologist to appreciate the complex rhyme schemes and scenarios of "The Moment I Feared," "Children's Story," and "Mona Lisa," and his slight accent heightened his distinctiveness. Despite lukewarm response to his follow-up--as well as a stint in the pokey--Slick Rick will always be remembered for his Great Adventures, an essential B-boy document. --Todd Inoue Booga Sugar11:00 pm $15 Ultimate 70's Rock Disco Band Sat 11/24 Dan Bailey Record Release Party 8:00 pm $15, Dan Baileyâ&#x20AC;Ś A natural entertainer, energetic performer, master drummer, impressive songwriter, world traveler and seasoned professional are a few phrases that come to mind when describing this diverse artist. His music is global yet local, personal yet universal... It is steeped in good energy and easily conveys his positive message. He plays like fire in the night and like the ocean flowing in waves of roots reggae, ska, protesta, jazz, blues, folk, and African. Dan was born during the summer of 1982 and has devoted more than half of his lifetime to music. He embodies the character of his native New York and yet expresses the soul of Africa. Wherever he goes he garners respect and leaves strong positive impressions. Dan has had a rich and unusual musical upbringing surrounded by the sounds of Africa. His parents are South African, his father a musician and mother a dancer. His godfather and mentor, the world-renowned grammy-award winning master drummer, Babatunde Olatunji, significantly influenced Dan. When he was 19, Dan went traveling around the world to write music, teach drumming, perform and surf. Along the way Dan studied with the master drummers and dancers in Ghana, West Africa and performed with many great reggae groups all across Africa. He was featured live on the radio in Australia where he also made a television appearance. He made the news in London for performing at a peace rally and drummed for peace until his fingers were bleeding at the Plaza del Sol in Madrid. Upon returning to New York, Dan recently opened for the Wailers as well as Culture, Maxi Priest, and Inner Circle. He also opened for Ralph Nader during his presidential campaign. During summertime in the Hamptons, Dan plays countless shows, exclusive private parties, benefits and events. He's also well known and in high demand for his African drumming performances. Nancy Atlas Project 10:00 pm $10 Original Americana Rock and Roll with a trace of Southern Comfort Sun 11/25 Cowby Junkies 8:00 pm VIP $90/GA $75 Fri 11/30 Surfrider Benefit 8:00 pm $15 Red Rock Return, Nancy Atlas & the Bastards of Boom will rock the Stephen Talkhouse to raise money to defend 8 Surfers who were ticketed for surfing on Montaukâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s North Side. Support Freedom of the seas and freedom at the beach! Help keep our oceans a resource for all to use.

December GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 12/1 The Avalon Micro Film Festival - A Collection Of Independent Films 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm An evening of short independent films ranging in genre and length from one minute to twenty-five minutes. Film festival producer and actor Jeff Crispi hosts the event with an intermission and Q & A for discussion of modern filmmaking styles and techniques. Some of the films have won awards at sanctioned film festivals including {Best Picture} at the 48 Hour Film Project in which individuals are expected to write, shoot and edit films within forty-eight hours. Angelo Bell, a fimmaker from Los Angeles, was a finalist on Steven Spielberg's "On The Lot" television reality show and Lise Swenson from San Francisco produced "Strange Culture" featuring

Tilda Swinton, an {Official Selection} at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. For more information please see website www.avalonstudios.org Tues 12/11 The Naked Stage: How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel 7:30 pm in The Boots Lamb Education Center at Guild Hall Free 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. Lead Artist: Jonathan Wallace Featuring an ensemble cast TBA. Winner of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize, co-winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, and co-winner of the 1998 Lucille Lortel Award for outstanding play. A wildly funny, surprising and devastating tale of survival as seen through the lens of a troubling relationship between a young girl and an older man. HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE is the story of a woman who learns the rules of the road and life from behind the wheel. "Ms Vogel has written a lovely, harrowing guide to the crippling persistence of one woman's memories." — NY Times. "…HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE is a tremendous achievement, genuine and genuinely disturbing…This is, quite simply, the sweetest and most forgiving play ever written about child abuse…Vogel's delicate tactic makes sense not only as a way to redouble the dramatic effect, but as a representation of reality, a perfect case of the form fitting the subject." — Village Voice. BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf 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. Sat 12/1 Gimme Shelter 8:00 pm Followed by a discussion of "Rock on Film" with Alec Baldwin and director Albert Maysles and Brian Cosgrove.! Call the Box Office for more information and for reservations. 631-725-9500. All tickets $40. KID STREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 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. Mon 12/3 First Mondays tour for Seniors 1 pm Seniors enjoy free admission and a docent-led tour of the current exhibition the first Monday of each month. Light refreshments are served. Sun 12/9 Family Holiday Gift Workshop 2 to 4 pm $3 Parrish Members / $8 Non-Members. Children under 3 are free. Join us as we fill the museum with holiday cheer including art projects that can be used as gifts, live music by local youth organizations and delicious treats of the season. No advance registration is required Thurs 12/27 Holiday Workshop: Off the Wall: Experiments with Paint Morning session: 10 am to 12 pm, Afternoon session: 1 to 3 pm Ages 4 to 14 $15 Parrish Members per session / $25 Non-Members per session Celebrate your holiday vacation at The Parrish with creative workshops, visual arts and a special performance. Please see the schedule below for the art activities each day. You may register your child or children for the morning or afternoon session for a single day or for all three. A snack will be served at each session. Children will be divided into the studio spaces by age groups. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. Fri 12/28 Holiday Workshop: Material World: Fabric, Beads, Wire and Papier Mache Morning session: 10 am to 12 pm, Afternoon session: 1 to 3 pm Ages 4 to 14 $15 Parrish Members per session /

$25 Non-Members per session Celebrate your holiday vacation at The Parrish with creative workshops, visual arts and a special performance. Please see the schedule below for the art activities each day. You may register your child or children for the morning or afternoon session for a single day or for all three. A snack will be served at each session. Children will be divided into the studio spaces by age groups. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. Sat 12/29 Holiday Workshop: Building Blocks- Exploring Sculpture Morning session: 10 am to 12 pm, Afternoon session: 1 to 3 pm Ages 4 to 14 $15 Parrish Members per session / $25 Non-Members per session Celebrate your holiday vacation at The Parrish with creative workshops, visual arts and a special performance. Please see the schedule below for the art activities each day. You may register your child or children for the morning or afternoon session for a single day or for all three. Children will be divided into the studio spaces by age groups. A snack will be served at each session. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 30 to register. Sun 12/30 Holiday Performance: The Johnny the K Show 2 pm $3 Parrish Members / $8 NonMembers. Children under 3 are free. A Theatreworks USA presentation. John Kelleher, an award-winning performer and musician, along with a 12-string guitar and his unique collection of costumed hats, masks and disguises, educates and inspires his audiences through his spirited and interactive style of music. Johnny the K has performed to rave reviews across the United States and Canada. This former school teacher cleverly and humorously educates through song, dialogue, movement, audience participation and lots of excitement! No advance registration is required. EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Sat 12/1 – 1/19/08 Decked Out For The Holidays at the Osborn-Jackson House Museum Tues – Sat 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Travel back to the early 1800’s as the Osborn Family celebrates the holidays in their mid-18th Century home. Sat 12/8 Charles Dickens: A Holiday Reading with Richard Barons 4:00pm At Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. Free admission, reservations requested 324-6850 Sat 12/8 Lantern Tour with Hugh King 7:00pm Admission $15. Reservations required. Please call 631324-6850. Beginning at the Presbyterian Church, visit Mulford Farm, Home Sweet Home, the Gardiner Mill, the Cemetery and Clinton Academy, by lantern-light. Sat 12/15 Candlelight Tea at the Osborn-Jackson House Museum 4:00pm - 6:00pm Free admission. Reservations required. Please call 631-324-6850. EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 79A Main Street, East Hampton 324-0362 Sat 12/1 Holiday Stroll Hamlet of Amagansett 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Carolers stroll the business district, shopkeepers serve refreshments. Sat 12/1 Santa Parade Main St. East Hampton Village 10:00 am The parade begins on Main Street Marchs down Newtown Lane ending just before the RR Tracks Santa will greet kids at the East Hampton Cinema right after the parade around 11:00 a.m. Those wanting to visit Santa should view the parade from Main St. A childrens movie will be shown at 11 a.m. compliments of the East Hampton Cinema. Parade is sponsored by East Hampton Chamber of Commerce 631 324 0362 Fri 12/7 Festival of Lights (Annual Tree Lighting for East Hampton Village) Maidstone Arms Inn 6:30 pm Join friends and neighbors at this beautiful holiday event in East Hampton Sat 12/8 Holiday Stroll Village of East Hampton 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Shopkeepers serve refreshments, carolers stroll the business district Sat 12/8 Holiday Tour of B & B's, Inns and Special Places Includes the Pollock - Krasner House Visit East Hampton during the beautiful holiday season. charming Advance reservations necessary 631 324 0362 Check in will be at The Hedges Inn 74 James Lane East Hampton 11 - 11:45 programs, directions and badges will be distributed at that time. Coffee and donuts will be served Properties open 12 noon to 4 p.m. Fee $25.00 No credit cards. Sponsored by East Hampton Chamber of Commerce

SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 Sat 12/1 “Southampton Country Holiday” The “Southampton Holiday Stroll” is the community’s newest event. While the residents and visitors are waiting for the parade to start, merchants will invite shoppers into their stores for hot cider, eggnog, hot chocolate, snacks, or whatever quenches the palette! Weather permitting there will be sidewalk displays. Residents and visitors are invited to stroll around our festive village and enjoy decorative holiday windows, glittering tree lights and lots more! Between 1:30 & 3:30, Victorian Carolers will add melodious holiday tunes throughout the village, while visitors enjoy an old fashioned ‘horse & buggy ride’ through the village, made possible by Carriage Experience and strolling about and spreading good cheer will be The Grinch and Winnie the Pooh. At 4:15 pm, the special kick-off to the tree lighting ceremony will be our 11th Annual “Parade of Lights”. The Southampton Fire Department, organized in 1881, and North Sea Fire Department, organized in 1934, have provided volunteer support to our community ever since. The Hampton Bays, Sag Harbor, East Quogue and Quogue Fire Departments will join in and decorate their company trucks and parade through the village. At 5:00 pm, the season highlight is always the “Annual Tree Lighting” at Agawam Park and this year will be no exception. Enjoy some holiday singing by the “The Choral Society” and our very own soloist, Julie VanNostrand. The Southampton Village Decorations Committee has invited Chris and Christina Cuomo to light the tree. The “Southampton Village Christmas Tree Lighting Reception” is immediately following at the Southampton Cultural Center. Photos with Santa and refreshments will be served. Sat 12/1 “Annual Parade of Lights & Tree Lighting” Parade 4:30 - Tree Lighting 5:00 Decorated fire trucks parade on the Main Streets in Southampton Village & the Tree Lighting is at Agawam Park. Sponsored by: Southampton Chamber of Commerce and The Village Decorations Committee 631-283-0402. Sat 12/1 “Holiday Party with Santa” Immediately following tree lighting in Southampton Village. Southampton Cultural Center, 2 Pond Lane, Southampton, Free. Sponsored by The Village Christmas Committee. 631-287-4377. Sat 12/1 “Sag Harbor Holiday Light-Up, Tree Lighting and Visit with Santa” 4pm. At the Long Wharf, and Bay Street Theatre, Bay Street, Sag Harbor. Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, 631725-0011. Sat 12/8 & Sun 12/9 “Winter Festival” Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center & Museum, Montauk Highway and W. Gate Road, Southampton. 631-287-4923 Sat 12/8 “Santa Visit” 2-4pm. Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton. 631283-0774 Bring your camera, enjoy some refreshments Sat 12/15 “Live Nativity in Church Garden” 5:00pm. First Presbyterian Church, 2 Main Street, Southampton, Free. 631-283-1296. Complete with live animals. Sat 12/15 “Polar Bear Plunge” 10am. Cooper’s Beach, Dune Road, Southampton Village. Total community participation for the benefit of Human Resources of the Hamptons (HRH), 168 Hill Street, Southampton. All Polar Bears will need to be at Cooper’s Beach to turn in donations and register at 9:30 am. For information, directions, to donate or sign up contact www.hrhamptons.org. 631-283-6415. Sat 12/15 “Southampton Country Holiday” between 1:30 & 3:30, Victorian Carolers will add melodious holiday tunes throughout the village, while visitors enjoy an old fashioned ‘horse & buggy ride’ through the village made possible by Carriage Experience and strolling about, spreading good cheer will be The Grinch and Winnie the Pooh! From 2:00 to 4:00 “Santa” will be visiting the Southampton Chamber office. Children can have some photos taken by Southampton Village Photo and enjoy some refreshments from the ‘blue duck bakery’, ‘The Golden Pear Café’ and ‘Tate’s Bake Shop’. And, by all means, bring your wish lists! And though out all the whole holiday season, the not to be forgotten and the ever popular “Red Button” campaign, wherein individuals seen wearing the red “Southampton Country Holiday” button by our “Mystery Spotter” will win a $10 gift certificate, donated by participating Chamber member merchants. The buttons can be picked up at the Southampton Chamber of Commerce office on Main Street and should be worn at all times when shopping in the village as you never know where the “Mystery Spotter” will be lurking! Sat 12/15 “Santa Visit & Refreshments” 2-4:00 pm. Southampton Chamber office. 76 Main St. Southampton. Sponsored by: Southampton Chamber of Commerce. 631-283-0402. Sun 12/16 “Holiday Concert and Carol Sing” 3:00 pm @ the Christian Science Church, Pine & Cameron Streets (537-3463)

Sun 12/16 “Carols in Candlelight” 5:00 pm First Presbyterian Church (283-1296) Sat 12/22 “Live Nativity” 6:00 pm First Presbyterian Church (283-1296) Sun 12/23 “Children’s Christmas Pageant” 10am First Presbyterian Church (283-1296) Mon 12/24 “Christmas Eve Candlelight Service” 5:30 pm First Presbyterian Church (283-1296) MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 742 Montauk Highway Montauk 668-2428 Sat 12/1 Gurney's Tree Lighting Sat 12/1 – Sun 12/2 Holidays at the Lighthouse Winter Holidays at the Montauk Lighthouse Sat and Sunday 11:00am-4:00pm (Tower Climb Closed) Sat 12/1 East Hampton Village Santa Parade 10am Sun 12/9 Montauk Firehouse See Santa arrive on a Firetruck! Crafts, treats, bouncy castle & tractor rides 1:00 pm SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0011 Sat 12/1 World AIDS Awareness Day "World AIDS Day Multi-Faith Worship Service," at 8am, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, 977 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike (near the intersection with Scuttlehole Road). Presented by Reverend Alison Cornish and the members of the Worship Committee. For more information, please call 537-0132 or visit www.uucsf.org Sat 12/1 Santa's Visit & Holiday Light-Up By popular demand, Santa's Visit and Holiday Tree-Lighting and Village Light-up will be on the same evening! 4pm - Santa Arrives by Fire Truck - Cheer on the Man in Red as he rides down Main Street on a Fire Truck to his destination at the Bay Street Theatre on Long Wharf! 4pm-5:30pm - Santa's Visit, Photos & Fun!- Visit with Santa and tell him how good you've been this year! He'll be sure to listen as you tell him what you'd like for Christmas, while you enjoy Music, Entertainment and Refreshments, courtesy of his many Elves! Get your photo taken with Santa, so you can prove to your friends that you really met him! 5:30pm Light-Up at the Windmill on Long Wharf - gather on the Wharf and join us to officially light up the Village's Holiday Lighting. See our beautiful Christmas Trees, our Lit Snowflake Banner display across Main Street provided by the Chamber, and the lit Garlands and Wreaths on Village lamp posts, provided by the L.V.I.S. 6:00 - Twilight Guided Art Tour, Visit Sag Harbor's many wonderful art galleries: Romany Kramoris Gallery, Tulla Booth Gallery, Grenning Gallery, Karin Sanders Fine Art Gallery, Gallery Merz, , The Gallery/Rebecca Cooper, and Winter Tree Gallery. Holiday goodies will be served at all galleries! Meet at the Windmill directly after the Tree Lighting ceremony. Santa also has an E-Mail Address! And he'd love to hear from you! Good boys and girls can write to him at therealsanta@optonline.net Sat 12/1 Book Reading "Madison Avenue Maxi," by Elke Gazzara @ Romany Kramoris Gallery, 41 Main Street Sag Harbor 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm 725-2499 www.kramorisgallery.com Elke Gazzara reads from her memoir about her miniature Dachshund. Ben Gazzara will also be a special guest, and Elke's handmade dog attire will also be on sale, with proceeds to benefit the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) of the Hamptons. Sun 12/2 Harbor Bells Christmas Handbell Concert @ Sag Harbor United Methodist Church Madison Street Sag Harbor 5:00 pm featuring Sag Harbor's very own Harbor Bells handbell choir, lead by Valerie Bell (Yes, that's her REAL NAME!) Admission is FREE, however a freewill offering will be collected. Wed 12/5 Hannukah Begins at sunset Fri 12/7 Pearl Harbor Day Sat 12/8 Annual St. Nicholas Fair 10:00 am-4:00 pm at Christ Episcopal Church, Division and Union Streets, Sag Harbor Handmade wreaths, holiday gifts, craft items, and all sorts of homemade baked goodies! After shopping and browsing, have a bit to eat in our cafe. Also features a puppet show by Liz Joyce and the Goat on a Boat Puppet Theater at 11am, followed by a visit from Santa! Begin the holidays with the Christmas spirit, and a gift or two for your friends and family. For more information, call Rev. Shawn William, Priest-in-Charge, at 725-0128 or email info@christchurchsagharbor.org. Your Faith, Hope and Joy Restored. Sat 12/8 Belly Dancing for the Holidays 2:00 pm, at the John Jermain Memorial Library, corner of Main and Union Streets in Sag Harbor. Wear loose clothing and flat shoes. For more information call 725-0049 or visit http://sagharbor.suffolk.lib.ny.us

Sat 12/8 Menorah Lighting and Hannukah Party - 5:00 pm Long Wharf Sag Harbor Menorah Lighting followed by a free family oriented party fraturing homemade latkes, dreidel games, and songs of the Season. Sponsored by Sag Harbor's Temple Adas Israel and conducted by student cantor Rebecca Elliston. For more information, please call 0904 or visit www.templeadasisrael.com Tues 12/11 Holiday Concert by the Sag Harbor Community Band, joined by the Sweet Adelines Long Island Sound Chorus! At the Old Whalers Church, 44 Union Street, Sag Harbor, starting at 8pm. Join us for complimentary refreshments after the concert! Admission is FREE, however a freewill offering will be taken to benefit the Church's Building Maintenance Fund. For more information, call 725-0429. Sat 12/15 Community Winter Solstice Celebration and Pot Luck Dinner 7:00 pm @ Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, 977 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike (near the intersection with Scuttlehole Road) Dinner by candlelight (bring a dish to share!), ceremony, community drumming and dancing, beginning at A donation of $8 per adult and $2 per child will benefit the Helping Hands Fund. For more information, please call 537-0132 or visit www.uucsf.org Sat 12/15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Sun 12/16 "Seussical (the Musical)," a presentation by Stages: A Children's Theatre Workshop, at the Bay Street Theatre, on Long Wharf (at the corner of Bay Street) in Sag Harbor. Performances Saturday December 15th at 2pm and 8pm, and Sunday December 16th at 2pm. $15 Sun 12/16 Children's Chrtistmas Pageant at the First Presbyterian (Old Whalers) Church, 44 Union Street in Sag Harbor, at 10am. For more information please call 725-0894. Sun 12/16 Music: "Happy Holidays and All That Jazz," featuring Shenole Lattimer, at the John Jermain Memorial Library, corner of Main and Union Streets in Sag Harbor, at 2pm. For more information call 725-0049 or visit http://sagharbor.suffolk.lib.ny.us Fri 12/21 Forefathers' Day Friday at the Movies: "Santa Clause 3," at the John Jermain Memorial Library, corner of Main and Union Streets in Sag Harbor. Doors open at 6:15pm, and film begins at 6:30pm. Admission is FREE, but children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call 725-0049 or visit http://sagharbor.suffolk.lib.ny.us Sat 12/22 Winter Solstice First Day of Winter Solstice First Light and Lantern Festival, at CMEE, the Children's Museum of the East End, on Sag HarborBridgehampton Tpke in Bridgehampton, from 3pm-5pm. Admission is $12/$10. For more information call 537-8250 or visit www.cmee.org Mon 12/24 Christmas Eve Traditional Christmas Eve Service, at 5pm, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, 977 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike (near the intersection with Scuttlehole Road). Presented by Reverend Alison Cornish and the members of the Worship Committee. For more information, please call 537-0132 or visit www.uucsf.org Mon 12/24 Christmas Eve Service at the First Presbyterian (Old Whalers) Church, 44 Union Street, Sag Harbor, at 5pm. For more information, call 725-0894 Mon 12/24 Christmas Eve Mass at the St. Andrews R.C. Church, Division Street, Sag Harbor, at 7pm. For more information, call 725-0123. Mon 12/24 Christmas Eve Services at Christ Episcopal Church, corner of Division Street/Route 114 and East Union Street, Sag Harbor. For more information, call Rev. Shawn William, Priest-in-Charge, at 725-0128 or email info@christchurchsagharbor.org. Your Faith, Hope and Joy Restored. 8:00am & 10am - Last services anticipating the birth of Christ. 5:30pm - A wonderful service for children and families. A Eucharist for those wanting an earlier service. 8:30pm - Carols before Christmas Eve service. 9:00pm - Early Midnight Mass - Christmas Eve in all its glory. Candlelight, Christmas Carols, and the Heart of this Holy Season. Enter into all you remember. This is a time of worship you may not have known that you needed. Here is what you had hopes to be a part of, or perhaps find something that was missing in your life. Tues 12/25 Christmas Day Christmas Day Mass at Christ Episcopal Church, corner of Division Street/Route 114 and East Union Street, Sag Harbor at 10am. Contemplative, beautiful, a time to rest and reflect. A simple, quiet service. A message, with carols, to take home in your heart. At Christ Church, Hampton Street & East Union Street, Sag Harbor. For more information, call Rev. Shawn William, Priest-inCharge, at 725-0128 or email info@christchurchsagharbor.org. Your Faith, Hope and Joy Restored. Wed 12/26 Kwanzaa Begins & Boxing Day

SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER 25 Pond Lane, Southampton 287-4377 Sat 12/8 2007/2008 Rising Stars Piano Recital Series: Esther Keel 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm A newcomer to Pianofest in 2007, Ms. Keel is sure to delight us with her fine and elegant playing, just as she did this summer. The recital is sponsored by David Dickoff. Meet the artist at a reception following the performance. Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 seniors/students; no charge for piano students. For keyboard side reserved seating add $5 to the ticket price. Seating is limited and reservations are suggested. Sun 12/9 The Peconic Youth Orchestra’s Annual Holiday Concert 4:00 pm Space is limited and reservations are suggested. Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 seniors/students. Members of the Hampton Chamber Orchestra will give a performance featuring Mendelssohn’s famous Octet for Strings and works by other composers. Fri 12/14 & Sat 12/15 The Southampton Cultural Center presents the Hampton Ballet Theatre School with a performance of “Sophie and Snowflake's Holiday Dream” Fri 7:30 pm Sat 3:00 pm The Hampton Ballet Theatre School will perform this lovely fairytale, which is a must for all children, adults and ballet lovers. “Sophie and Snowflake's Holiday Dream” will be a premiere for this young and exciting new ballet school, started in January, 2007, and will showcase the talents of the Hampton Ballet Theatre School students. The ballet will be choreographed by director of HBTS, Sara Jo Strickland. Costumes will be designed by the talented Yuka Silvera and sets by prominent East End artist, Jim Gingerich. Space is limited and reservations are suggested. Ticket information can be obtained through the Hampton Ballet Theatre School (631) 237-4810 or hbts07@optonline.net JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton 324-9858 Sun 12/2 Hanukkah Book Fair in cooperation with Bookhampton 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Author Fiona Rosenbloom will speak and sign her books “You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzva” & “We are So Crashing Your Bar Mitzva” at 10:00 am Sun 12/9 Hamptons Hanukkah Party 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Free Open to the whole community! Music, games, arts & crafts, videos, Hanukkah food, prizes & surprises ASHAWAGH HALL 780S Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 Fri 12/7 – Sun 12/9 Annual "By Hand" Artisans Holiday Gift Show (Fri 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm Reception 6:00 pm, Sat & Sun 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Free A unique opportunity to purchase unique gallery quality items from local artisans. The show features fine jewelry, handwoven scarves and apparel, stained glass, pottery, handcarved Folk Art, framed botanicals, Japanese Shibori dyed silk apparel, handblown glass, hooked rugs, artists greeting cards, and more. In addition, an exhibit will be held featuring six artists and photographers. An Artisans Raffle will be held to benefit Elsa's Ark Animal Rescue Group. Refreshments will be served. SAG HARBOR WHALING MUSEUM 200 Main Street Sag Harbor 725-0700 Tours and school groups by appointment throughout the year. Please call for details. 12/1 – 12/2 4th Annual Art Of Wine Auction & Gift Shopping 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM Enjoy hot cider and treats while you shop! Or see the Bottle Art online at www.sagharborwhalingmuseum.org Sun 12/2 Meet the Artists & Final Bidding 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm To Place a Bid Call Barbara at 631-725-3981 Please have the name of the artist and the amount you wish to bid. All bids start at $50 and increase in $10 increments. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-4625 11/23 – 12/23 Celadon Members Holiday Pottery Sale LONG ISLAND TRADITIONAL MUSIC ASSOCIATION Sat 12/1 Contradance @ the Watermill Community Center Route 27A, Water Mill, 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

$10/$14 Call Maxine 725-9321 (1st Saturdays from October through May) SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion,17 Meeting House Lane (631) 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 Current Exhibits: Decembers Past & Present and Sunday Drive: Roadside Scenes of Southampton, Paintings by Sharen Dykeman on display through January 5, 2008. Jewelry Sale at the Pelletreau Shop 80 Main Street, Southampton Tues through Sat until 12/29 Holiday Special! See a wide variety of jewelry handmade by Resident Jeweler Eric Messin. Members get 20% off through Saturday, December 29. Sat 12/1 Hearthside Cheer 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. $35 members, $50 non-members R.S.V.P. 283-2494 The museum’s annual holiday party with music, cocktails and sumptuous hors d’oeuvres. Celebrate the season at the Rogers Mansion with many of your neighbors and friends. Sat 12/1 Children’s Holiday Workshop: students ages 8 to 12 10:30-12 noon $10 material fee, limited to 12 students, call for a reservation Making and decorating brightly colored WOODEN BOXES has deep historical roots in Southern Poland. Children will experience this winter folk art pastime by designing and painting their own wooden box. Tues 12/4 “Hook In: Rug Hookers Celebrate the Holidays” 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Free Come observe hooking in action. The Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center is having its annual “Hook In” where the public is invited to come and watch demonstrations of rug hooking and enjoy holiday refreshments. Sat 12/8 Children’s Holiday Workshop: students ages 8 to 12 10:30-12 noon $10 material fee, limited to 12 students, call for a reservation Participants will make HOLIDAY/NOTE CARDS and learn the traditional Polish paper cutting art of Wycinanki (vee-chee-nonkee). Children will cut out paper in geometric and organic shapes similar to those used in the 1800’s to decorate Polish homes. Wed 12/12 East End Home Arts Guild Workshop 10:30-1:00 p.m. $40 members, $45 non-members, space is limited, pay in advance, 293-2494. “The Art of Cookie Baking” Mary Spellman, owner of the Sagaponack General Store will teach the techniques of cookie baking. Lunch included. Bring a mixing bowl and a wooden spoon. Sat 12/15 Children’s Holiday Workshop: students ages 8 to 12 10:30-12 noon $10 material fee, limited to 12 students, call for a reservation Reverse painting on glass was popular in the southern mountainous regions of Poland dating back to the mid-19th century. Children will design and paint their own reverse painted plate using this traditional folk art technique. Thurs 12/20 East End Study Group: Local history topic to be announced 10:00 to 12 noon Free for members, $4 adults, refreshments served ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Rd, Southampton 283-0774 11/1 – 12/13 Thursday Morning Bridge 10:15 a.m. – Noon (no bridge on November 22, December 20 & 27) Please join your library friends for six enjoyable mornings of duplicate bridge. We’ll serve coffee and snacks. Thursdays 11/1 – 12/13 Thursday Afternoon Knitting Circle 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Maria Cooper Room, Cooper Hall (no knitting on November 22) Drop in and work on your favorite holiday projects in the company of friends in our weekly knitting circle. Sun 12/2 The Friends of the Rogers Memorial Library present Felix Mendelssohn and Friends, Joan Rowland, pianist 3:00 pm Free Please join us for an afternoon concert featuring works by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin and Liszt – with commentary about

the lives and times of these great mid-nineteenth century composers. Wed 12/12 Memorable One-Pot Meals for Everyday Cooks - Kathleen King, Owner, Tate’s Bake Shop Noon to 1:00 p.m. Bring a bag lunch and join us for a special visit with Kathleen King, owner of Tate’s Bake Shop, who will share recipes for – and samples of – easy and delicious one-pot meals sure to please the whole family. Fri 12/14 The Dickens! 12:00 pm David Houston, actor, in a Recreation of the Charles Dickens American Tour of 1867. Charles Dickens, one of the greatest writers in the history of the English language, was also a performer on the London stage and in his day was the most famous theatrical interpreter of his own stories and characters. David Houston now offers three readings from Original Dickens adaptations for acting: “Boots at the Holly Tree Inn,” a delightful tale of two 7-year olds who run away to be married and are aided by a gardener along the way; “Sikes and Nancy,” the amazingly chilling and exquisitely written murder scenes from Oliver Twist; and “Doctor Marigold,” an unforgettable, funny and very touching novelette about an itinerant salesman and his deaf and dumb adopted daughter. Mon 12/17 Favorite Films: Amazing Grace - Michael Apted, director, 111 minutes, PG 3:00 p.m. If you missed this detailed, affectionate biography of William Wilberforce, one of the great souls, who moved humanity forward to end the importation of slaves into England, be sure and join us for this viewing. We’ll serve movie snacks. December Exhibition in the Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery : Steve Marciw “East End Scenes III” Folk art painting on wood 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 6:15 p.m.. Films start promptly at 6:30 p.m. No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free. Fri 12/7 Auntie Mame - 1958 Not Rated Comedy/drama starring Rosalind Russell and Peggy Cass. Directed by Morton DaCosta. Nominated for six Oscars, including a best actress nomination for Rosalind Russell. Fri 12/21 The Santa Clause 3 Rated G Family comedy starring Tim Allen, Alan Arkin, Martin Short and Elizabeth Mitchell. Directed by Michael Lembeck. PERFORMANCES Sun 12/9 Naomi Zeitlin Performing Artist 2:00 p.m. From Broadway to Soulful Jazz, Naomi Zeitlen entertains with you favorite music. Sun 12/16 Happy Holidays and All That Jazz 2:00 p.m. Jazz artist Shenole Lattimer is back with a wonderful holiday program. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street in Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Sat 12/1 Poet Marvin Bell reads from his new collection Mars Being Red. 6:00 pm Sat 12/8 Essayist David Bouchier reads from a new collection. 6:00 pm Sun 12/9 A Holiday reception for the Gallery exhibition, Deck the Walls. Featuring Gallery artists Pam & Ron Focarino, Whitney Hansen, Franco Marinai, Pat Moran, and Kathryn Szoka. 3:00 pm - 5 pm Mon 12/10 Emily Dickinson’s Birthday: stop in for tea and 20% off all new poetry during the week. 4:00 pm - 6 pm Sat 12/15 Donna Schaper, Senior Minister at Judson Memorial Church (Greenwich Village) reads from her book Grass Roots Gardening: Rituals to Sustain Activists 6:00 pm Sat 12/29 Irish writer Frank Delaney reads from his new novel Tipperary. 6:00 pm EAST END BOOKS & GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 11/23 – 12/31 Gallery Exhibition: The Artists’ Press, South Africa: An exhibition of Limited Edition artists’ prints and handcrafted African decorations. Sat 12/1 Meet the Author: Colin Goedecke 6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Meet local poet Colin Goedecke who will give a live reading from his new poetry collection The Speed of Sight. New-found NY-poet Colin Goedecke, often working plein air, in the open air, debuts a collection of fresh, highly visual and lyrical poems: The Speed of Sight. On the outstretched canvases of the book’s pages, natural and man-made landscapes and life-moments unfold; sometimes quietly, sometimes exuberantly; always luminously. The constant thread in these poems is the immediacy of seeing; not just with the eyes but with the other senses; with deeper emotions and imagination. Color and texture are abundant; as are plays of light, and atmosphere; sometimes motion; music; clouds; the sea. “I embrace inspiration in the moment; working not only spontaneously but also freely and fluidly, like a watercolorist; without muddying the picture or mood. There’s so much remarkable poetry-at-play, every day, in the world around us, when our eye is open to it.” The book’s 55 poems take readers from a tranquil harbor in Maine to a fanciful farmhouse in Holland. From observing a lunar eclipse, and being shaved in a barber shop in Tuscany, to making family wine below the brownstoned surface of New York’s Upper West Side. From living portraits of friends, and magnesium flashes of memory, to a loving ode to the poet’s own bed, his Great White Biscuit. The world-roving Poet often brings native language into his pieces written abroad; stippling them with Italian, Spanish, French, Dutch, as in “La Barba / The Beard.” To infuse a vocal flavor into the scenes and scenery he’s writing in, and musing about. Sat 12/8 Meet the Authors: Daniel Start and Claudia Lebenthal 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Meet authors Daniel Stark and Claudia Lebenthal, who will talk about and sign copies of their new book STOKED: THE EVOLUTION OF ACTION SPORTS a visual history of the world’s most exciting sports. Through daring and dramatic images, STOKED celebrates the daring and fearlessness, the beauty and glory, the heights and depths, and the speed and agility of athletes who defy the laws of nature and the limits of sanity. Beyond the mountains, vert ramps and dirt, these sports integrate music, fashion, art and entertainment into a way of life. The heroes and icons of action sports saturate popular culture and media. Athletes like Tony Hawk, brands like Quiksilver, Billabong and Burton, video games such as Kelly Slater’s Pro Surfer, and events like the ESPN X Games and the 2006 Winter Olympics, where snowboarder Shaun White was the breakout star, are blurring the line between sports and culture. STOKED’s bold, modern, innovative design makes it an art object unto itself. The book pushes its own physical limits, mirroring the very pursuits it portrays. It is fully interactive, with special materials and papers, pop-ups, and stickers, among other special effects, and is sure to become a collector’s item. STOKED is more than jaw-dropping images. It features an introduction by Pulitzer-prize winning journalist H.G. “Buzz” Bissinger, author of Friday Night Lights, the nonfiction classic about high school football in Texas. STOKED also includes vivid descriptions from the athletes who defined their sports as well as contributions from notable personalities, authors, photographers and musicians who have tapped into the action sports lifestyle. STOKED: THE EVOLUTION OF ACTION SPORTS is not for posers. Its authenticity and attitude appeal to insiders as well as readers who are new to these sports. STOKED is the definitive volume on the subject. Sat 12/15 Meet the Author: Susan Meisel 3:00 pm–4:00 pm Meet the author Susan Meisel who will sign copies of her new book Gourmet Shops of New York. In her introduction to Gourmet Shops of New York, co-author Nathalie Sann states, “New York is, right now, the food capital of the world.” A strong sentiment indeed, especially coming from a native Parisienne! Sann supports this claim by noting that while there are, of course, superb food stores in France, Italy, and other European countries, they are almost exclusively devoted to native culinary specialties. In their tireless explorations for this book, Sann and Meisel trekked to every nook and cranny of Manhattan, but also Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and the Bronx. The rich rewards for their perseverance take the form of culinary bounty from Italy, France, Spain, the Middle East, India, Pakistan, Russia, the Ukraine, Portugal, Greece, Scandinavia, South America, China, Japan, and of course, America itself. What makes this book a treasure is the incredible range of resources Meisel and Sann have included, and the lively text they have written for each, enhanced by 500 of Meisel’s colorful photos of the shops—inside and out—and their specialties. Hidden away on West 32nd Street, “Han Ah Reum could be Korean for ‘hard to find.’…However, once inside, it’s all groceries. One of the unique wonders of Han Ah Reum is the amazing selection of thinly sliced meats and fish for Korean-style barbeque—sirloin, pork shoulder, strip steak, striped bass…already marinated and ready for the grill.” In a location that makes Han Ah Reum’s seem as central as Times Square is Steve’s Key Lime Pie, which is tucked into the flank of an anonymous warehouse building on the water in Red Hook, Brooklyn: “Picture a summer evening at the end of a dock. You’re watching the sun set over the water while you dig into a hefty slice of Key Lime Pie. Instead of flatboats trolling for bonefish, you’re watching oil tankers glide by the Statue of Liberty: You’re not in the Florida Keys, you’re at Steve’s Key Lime in Red Hook.” There are nearly infinite noodle varieties, dried roots, sea creatures, and exotic fungi at Kam Man Grocery in Chinatown; every possible permutation of the Ukranian national dish at First Avenue Pierogi and Deli Co.; Bouley Bakery’s jewel-like patisserie; creamy balls of fresh mozzarella still quivering as they are lifted from the boiling water at Alleva Dairy; crusty wonders at Balthazar Bakery (NYC’s answer to Poilâne in Paris); Murray’s Sturgeon and Barney Greengrass on Manhattan’s Upper West Side for silken smoked fish; Papa Pasquale’s for pasta in Bay Ridge; the exclusively Polish Bakery Rzeszowska in Greenpoint; in Flushing, Queens,: Patel Brothers for all things Indian; Casa Riviera for

South and Central American specialties; and Titan Foods for a staggering array of Greek goodies; and the original location of Ralph’s Ices on Staten Island for one of dozens of hand-mixed flavors on offer at any given time. This book is as much a fun read as it is a useful guidebook, and includes nearly sixty recipes like Il Laboratorio del Gelato’s for Black Mission Fig Gelato, Di Paolo Dairy’s Cheesecake made with their lush fresh ricotta, and Gigot de Sept Heures—slow cooked lamb—from Florence Meat Market tucked away on tiny Jones Street in the West Village. With separate indexes for Addresses, Neighborhoods, and Recipes, Gourmet Shops of New York is sure to be an essential book for every aspiring chowhound living in, or visiting New York City. ALISON RESTAURANT 95 School Street Bridgehampton, NY 11932 THE AUTHORS ROUND TABLE DINNER SERIES (In Conjunction With East End Books) Thurs 12/6 Lucette Lagnado “The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit: My Family’s Exodus from Old Cairo to the New World“ 7:00 p.m. $28.00 per person includes a three course meal and conversation with the author (drinks, tax and gratuity not included). Books will be available for purchase for signature at the event. Call to reserve - 631-537-7100 Meet author Lucette Lagnado who will talk about and sign copies of her new critically acclaimed book The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit: My Family’s Exodus from Old Cairo to the New World. New York Times reviewer Michiko Kakutani has hailed “…this stunning memoir” and called it a “deeply affecting portrait” written in “crystalline yet melodious prose.” In vivid and graceful prose, Lucette Lagnado re-creates the majesty and cosmopolitan glamour of Cairo in the years between World War II and Gamal Abdel Nasser's rise to power. Her father, Leon, was a boulevardier who conducted business on the elegant terrace of Shepheard’s Hotel, and later, in the cozy, dark bar of the Nile Hilton, dressed in his signature white sharkskin suit. But with the fall of King Farouk and Nasser’s nationalization of Egyptian industry, Leon and his family lose everything. As streets are renamed, neighborhoods of their fellow Jews disbanded, and the city purged of all foreign influence, the Lagnados, too, must make their escape. With all of their belongings packed into twenty-six suitcases, their jewels and gold coins hidden in sealed tins of marmalade, Leon and his family depart for any land that will take them. The poverty and hardships they encounter in their flight from Cairo to Paris to New York are strikingly juxta-posed against the beauty and comforts of the lives they left behind. An inversion of the American dream set against the stunning portraits of three world cities, Lucette Lagnado’s memoir offers a grand and sweeping story of faith, tradition, tragedy, and triumph. Born in Cairo, Lucette Lagnado is a senior special writer and investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, where she has received numerous prizes for her work, including Columbia University’s Mike Berger Award, as well as honors from the National Press Club and the New York Press Club. She is the coauthor of Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz, which has been translated into nearly a dozen languages. Lagnado resides with her husband, journalist Douglas Feiden, in Manhattan and Sag Harbor, New York. Fri 12/7 Inside the Actors Studio, James Lipton $28.00 per person includes a three course meal (Tax, tip and drinks not included). Books will be available of purchase and autograph during the event. Call to reserve - 631-537-7100. Meet creator and host of Inside the Actors Studio, James Lipton, who will talk about his new book Inside Inside. When the Actors Studio faced possible extinction in 1994, Lipton (An Exaltation of Larks) engineered a partnership between the Studio and the New School for Social Research to create a degree-granting program. Thus was born the Actors Studio Drama School, with Lipton as both founder and dean. The school's craft seminars, in which Lipton interviewed leading actors and directors, became the basis for Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio, and since 1994, he has been that series’ executive producer, writer and host. Looking back over the show's parade of personalities, he intercuts autobiographical flashbacks with quotes from the TV interview transcripts. These brief selections, excerpted from his sessions with Tom Hanks, Anthony Hopkins, Jack Lemmon, Mike Nichols, Sean Penn, Julia Roberts, Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep and many more, may leave some readers wishing Lipton had published the transcripts in full. Raising the curtain on his own memories, he traces the path of his multifaceted career as radio actor (The Lone Ranger), TV actor (The Guiding Light), Broadway lyricist (Sherry!) and novelist (Mirrors). Along the way, theatrical truths emerge and amusing anecdotes abound since Lipton is a witty and engaging writer. The free-associative transitions from interviews to autobiography occasionally read like two different books shuffled together, but that only makes this exaltation of Lipton doubly enjoyable. CHORAL SOCIETY OF THE HAMPTONS at the Presbyterian Church, 2429 Montauk Hwy Bridgehampton 537-0863 Sun 12/9 Choral Concert 3 pm & 5:30 pm Mark Mangini, conductor. Program: Camille Saint-Saens -Christmas Oratorio, Jonathan David - Fantasy on Medieval Carols, James Adler - A Winter Triptych, Hugo Weisgall- "An Evening Prayer for Peace,” Hector Berlioz - “Shepherds’ Farewell ..." The Choral

Society of the Hamptons was founded in 1946 by Charlotte Rogers Smith, a local choir director, for the purpose of allowing residents of Bridgehampton and East Hampton to sing together and to hear the great oratorios and light operas of the times. LOAVES AND FISHES COOKSHOP 2422 Montauk Hwy Bridgehampton 537-6066 Every Saturday, we host in our store a free cooking demo open to the public by one of our teaching staff or a local chef. The demos feature instruction on many of our Viking appliances and offer samples of the delicious food prepared. Come and have your cooking questions answered by our experts while tasting some of the best food around. Sat 12/1 Susan Meisel & Natalie Sann, author of Gourmet Shops of New York, Cooking Demo & Book Signing 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 12/8 WildThyme Restaurant Co-Owner Delansy Oser & Chef Michael Gomes 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 12/15 Chef Chris Carielo Loaves & Fishes Cookshop 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 12/22 Andrew Engle Executive Chef and Co-Owner The Laundry Restaurant 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free Sat 12/29 Mark Sanne Loaves & Fishes Turbo Chef Demo 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free THE BRIDGEHAMPTON INN L&F COOKING SCHOOL 2266 Main Street Bridgehampton 537-3660 Sat 12/1 Culinary Basics: Steaming & Poaching 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm $99 pp Sat 12/1 Steakhouse 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Thurs 12/6 Sweet Treats: Gift Wrapped 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Fri 12/7 The Lunch Palate: Pizza with Pizzaz! Demo & Gourmet Lunch 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp Fri 12/7 Hamptons Chef Series: Four Seasons Caterers 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $119 pp Sat 12/8 Decorate Your Own Gingerbread House 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm $20 pp Sat 12/8 Decorating and Food Styling Your Holiday Table 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $69 pp Thurs 12/13 Make your own Holiday Pie 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $69 pp Thurs 12/13 Laotian Thai Made Simple: Vegetarian Dinner 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Fri 12/14 The Lunch Palate: Southampton Sliders 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp Fri 12/14 Wine & Food Tasting Featuring Palmer Vineyards and Winemaker Miguel Martin Ruiz 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Sat 12/15 Loaves & Fishes Holiday Cookies 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm $99 pp Sat 12/15 New Years Eve Cocktail Party 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Thurs 12/20 Girls Night in the Hamptons: Decorate Your Own Gingerbread House 6:00 pm -7:00 pm $59 pp Fri 12/21 The Lunch Palate: Meatloaf & Mash 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp Fri 12/21 Italian Feast of the Seven Fishes 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $109 pp Sat 12/22 Loaves & Fishes Heartwarming Soups & Breads 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm $99 pp Sat 12/22 Tamales & Sangria 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Thurs 12/27 Teens Sushi Party 12:00 pm -2:00 pm $69 pp Thurs 12/27 Girls Night in the Hamptons: Caribbean Party 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $99 pp Fri 12/28 The Lunch Palate: Hot Fritattas 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm $20 pp Fri 12/28 New Years Eve Dinner 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $109 pp Sat 12/29 New Years Day Brunch 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm $69 pp Sat 12/29 New Years Eve – Family Pasta Celebration 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $69 pp WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 Sat 12/1 Creating Car Cakes Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sun 12/2 Holiday Baking Technique Class 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Inspiring playful creativity in bakers of all ages, our holiday projects are delicious fun for the whole family. Learn to decorate magical home-baked creations, such as a jolly santa cake and whimsical cakelets in the shapes of vintage cars. Wed 12/5 Peppermint Fudge Brownies Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free

Thurs 12/6 Creative Coffee Drinks Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Fri 12/7 Best Cup of Cocoa Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sat 12/8 Holiday Treats Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sun 12/9 Cocktail Party Essentials Technique Class 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Discover the simple secrets to throwing an elegant holiday cocktail party that's as enjoyable for the hosts as it is for the guests. We'll provide essential guidelines for setting up appetizers, along with an enticing medley of fun, easy-to- prepare recipes. Wed 12/12 Best Cup of Cocoa Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Thurs 12/13 Holiday Confections Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Fri 12/14 Easy Desserts Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sat 12/15 Gifts for the Cook Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sun 12/16 Gifts for the Coffee Lover Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Wed 12/19 Savory Popcorn Snacks Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Thurs 12/20 Festive Drinks Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Fri 12/21 Super Stocking Stuffers Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sat 12/22 Christmas Breakfast ideas Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sun 12/23 Easy Desserts Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Wed 12/26 Coffee & Snacks 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Thurs 12/27 Fritatta 101 Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Fri 12/28 New Years Eve Cocktails Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sat 12/29 Classic Crustinis Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free Sun 12/30 Festive Drinks Demonstrations 11:00 am & 3:00 pm Free SOUTHAMPTON TOWN RECREATION CENTER, SYS 1370A Majors Path, Southampton 287-1511 or SYS Fitness at 287-8740 Sun 12/23 Over the Hills And Through The Woods Cross Country 5K Run/ Walk. Registration: 9 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., Race Starts at 10 a.m. The race starts and ends at the Southampton Town Recreation Center on Sunday, Dec. 23 at 10 a.m. Come as a family or with friends. Make this your healthy holiday tradition. THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-8250 Sat 12/22 Solstice First Light & Lantern Festival 3:00-5:00 p.m. $10 members/$12 non-members This year, December 22 is the shortest day of the year, also known as the winter solstice. Each day thereafter will get longer and longer. Come celebrate the Winter Solstice at CMEE with a festival celebrating first light around the world! Bring light into your world by creating lanterns to keep the dark at bay. Learn about solstice observations around the world as you create a variety of fun projects from different cultures. CMEE Discover My Community (thru April 2008) In our 3rd annual CMEE Discover My Community an exhibit recognizing four community organizations and how they enrich their neighborsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; lives CMEE will host four outstanding East End non profits: Bridgehampton Historical Society, Pediatric Dental Fund of the Hamptons, Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation and WLIU Public Radio. These organizations will be recreated with recognizable facades in a mini village setting offering educational and entertaining exploration. Inside each locale activities will be designed for visitors to learn what important role each organization serves in our community while providing inspiration and information for career and volunteer development. Through interactive activities of role play, art, science, music and literacy children and their grown ups will build appreciation for our community and the greater world. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshop. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline 537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members are charged $5 per person Sat 12/1 Winter Water Birds 7:45 a.m. Montauk

Walk Leader: Hugh McGuinness. Winter brings thousands of waterfowl to the underwater glacial moraine reef located off Montauk Point. Learn how to identify these waterfowl -- scoters, eiders, loons, grebes, alcids, and gannets -- on this outing with master-birder Hugh McGuinness. Be sure to dress warmly; it can be cold and windy at Montauk at this time of year. Sat 12/8 Get to Know Some Tough Trees and Shrubs 10:30 a.m. Napeague Walk Leader: Bill Miller. Treeman Bill Miller will help you to identify the often underappreciated woody plants and trees of the dune, heath and nearby environments. You’ll see pepperidge trees, post oaks, pitch pine, shadbush, marsh elder and groundsel to name just a few of the intrepid members of these intriguing communities. Sat 12/15 Decorate a Holiday Tree for the Birds 10 a.m.South Fork Natural History Museum Bridgehampton Workshop Leaders: SoFo Staff. Whether you purchase your holiday gourmet treats for the birds or make your own, creating a holiday tree for the birds is a great idea. Finding food in winter is not easy for our resident avian neighbors so finding extra avenues for feeding them in winter is especially important. Join the South Fork Natural History Museum staff as we trim our holiday tree for the birds. Sun 12/23 Observing Seals 10 a.m. Montauk Walk Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach. This is a prime time to observe seals that arrive in our waters to become winter residents. Join Lindsey on this walk through the deciduous forests of the scenic Seal Haul Out Trail in Montauk and down to the rocky shore where, at low tide, you can expect to see harbor seals and an occasional gray seal sunning themselves on the exposed rocks. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 324-0806 For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com. Sat 12/1 Springs/Amagansett (4 1/2 miles) 10:00 am Join us on this historic inaugural hike on a new trail that connects Springs with Amagansett. In the works for over a year, this 4 1/2 mile trail leads through residential neighborhoods, historic landmarks, oak forest, open fields and farm land; while at the same time never being far from the centers of the two hamlets. Hike starts after a brief dedication ceremony. Meet at the Ashawagh Hall parking area on Parsons Place (just off Springs Fireplace Road) Return transportation to Ashawagh Hall will be provided. Leader: Gene Makl 324-8662 Wed 12/5 Napeaque Meadows Dunes (5 miles) 10:00 am A section of the Paumanok Path, a unique and very seldom hiked is a combination of open salt marsh and secondary dunes, even a cranberry bog. There may be wet sections; wear boots. Meet on a gravel road off Napeaque Meadow Road about 6/10 of a mile north of Route 27. Leader: Nick Stephens 267-6342 Sat 12/8 Springs/Amagansett (4 1/2miles) 10:00 am A repeat of the historic inaugural hike held last Saturday, this time in reverse, from Amagansett to Springs. Meet at the municipal parking area behind the Amagansett Library off Route 27. Return transportation to the library will be provided Leader: Nancy Kane 324-5799 Sun 12/9 Hither Woods Figure 8 Hike (8 Miles) 10:00 am We will hike a Figure 8 route through Montauk Hither Woods, the better to enjoy the forest interior and the rugged coast. Moderate pace but fairly hilly terrain. Bring lunch and water. Meet at Montauk Recycling Center trail head, north side of Route 27, two miles east of Hither Hills Overlook in Montauk. Leader: Rick Whalen 267-6608 Sun 12/9 Seal Haulout Hike (2 miles) 1:00 pm This early afternoon hike takes us along an easy wooded trail to the shores of Block Island Sound. If conditions are right, we will find seals sunning themselves on the rocks near the shore. Don’t forget binoculars. Meet at Camp Hero Rd in Montauk, a right turn off Rt 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 Wed 12/12 Lost Boulder (3-4 miles) 10:00 am This scenic hike has spectacular views from Panorama including the famous “Lost Boulder” on a 3-4 mile loop. Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center on the north side of Rt. 27 about 2 miles west of downtown Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sat 12/15 Miller’s Ground/ Long Pond Movable Feast (4 miles) 10:00 am Take an invigorating walk at a moderate pace and meet fellow hikers from Southampton Trails Society on this jointly sponsored hike of an underutilized section of the Paumanok Path. The hike ends at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center where a free cold buffet lunch and hot coffee will be waiting. Meet at the Nature Center, 1601 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike on the east side of the

road about two miles north of intersection Route 27 and 100 yards north of intersection with Scuttlehole Road. Leaders: Richard Lupoletti 324-1127 and Ken Kindler 563-4354 Wed 12/19 Seal Haul-Out Trail (3 miles) 10:00 am This popular hike takes us along an easy wooded trail to the shores of Block Island Sound, with a one mile detour to Money Pond. If conditions are right, we will find seals sunning themselves on the rocks near the shore. Dress warmly with proper footgear for weather conditions. Don’t forget binoculars. Meet at Camp Hero Rd in Montauk, a right turn off Rt 27 about 1 mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Leader: Eva Moore 238-5134 Wed 12/26 Oyster Pond (3 miles) 10:00 am Woods, fields, and great views along the way to Oyster Pond and back make for a jam-packed 3 miles of great (but not difficult) hiking. Meet at Third House in Theodore Roosevelt County Park east of downtown Montauk. Leader: Ed Porco 668-2093 Sat 12/29 Hither Hills Ramble (3-4miles) 10:00 am Say “Goodbye to ’07 and an early “Hello” to your ’08 resolution to get more exercise on this moderately paced hike over the rolling inclines of Hither Hills. The highlights are two spectacular water views, one of serene Fresh Pond (Montauk) and the bays from Waterfence. Meet at the Hither Hills Overlook in Montauk, about one mile east of Route 27and the Old Montauk Hwy split. Leader: Richard Lupoletti 324-1157 SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Volunteers are welcome and encouraged to join our work parties which are held most Thursdays. Call Ken Bieger 283-5432 to join in. Help clean up our adopted road. Meet at Narrow Lane and Norris Lane in Sagaponack. Bring gloves. Directions: When traveling north from Montauk Highway on Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike Narrow Lane is the second right. Follow Narrow Lane to Norris Lane which is the first right on Narrow. Dai Dayton 537-0660. Sat 12/1 Red Creek Ramble 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the parking lot of Red Creek Park in Hampton Bays. Moderate paced 4-5 mile hike with some hills; views of Penny Pond. Claude Debeaumon, 631-728-8667. Directions: Take Sunrise Highway to exit 65N (route 24) towards Riverhead. Travel north on C.R. 24 a couple hundred yards. You will see several signs before you bear right onto the turn lane for Old Riverhead Road West. There is not a Southampton Town Park sign here; the sign to look for is “Town of Southampton Jackson Ave. Offices,” and “Town Police.” Turn right onto Old Riverhead Road, pass the entrance to Southampton Town Police, and make the next left into the park. Sun 12/2 Barcelona Neck 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Meet at the Sag Harbor Golf Club parking lot on Barcelona Point Road, Sag Harbor. Moderate paced 4 mile hike. Magnificent woods and water views and perhaps an inspirational poem or two. Joe Lane, 631-725-3943. Directions: Take Montauk Highway east to Wainscott and make a left (north) onto Stephen Hands Path. Proceed for 1.3 miles to State Route 114, turn left and travel 2.8 miles north. A short distance past Swamp Road, two signs mark the entrance off of Route 114. One sign says “Sag Harbor Golf Course” the other sign indicates that you are entering the “Linda Gronland Memorial Nature Preserve at Barcelona Neck”. 0.8-miles after making the turn from Route 114 onto Barcelona Neck Road pass the golf course clubhouse and turn right into the parking lot. The clubhouse has rest-room facilities and there are refreshments sold here. Thurs 12/6 S.T.P.S. Monthly Membership Meeting. 7pm-9pm. Meet in the lower level conference room of Southampton Town Hall. All are welcome and encouraged to come. For more information call Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Directions: Turn RIGHT onto N SEA RD / CR-38. Continue to follow CR-38 for 0.8 miles. Turn LEFT onto Hampton Rd. travel 0.2 miles and you will see Southampton Town Hall on the right side of the road. End at 116 Hampton Rd. If you enter from the front you can take the down stairway to your left. Sat 12/8 Whiskey Hill Wandering. 10am-11:30am. Brisk 2 mile hike with ocean views and an enormous glacial erratic. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Directions: Driving from Montauk Highway in Water Mill look for Scuttle Hole Road. There is a Hess Gas Station (with restroom facilities and a mini-mart) on the north side of Highway at the corner of Scuttle Hole Road and Montauk Highway. Turn left onto Scuttle Hole Road. Head north on Scuttle Hole Road for 2.5 miles, then turn left onto Lopers Path. Stay on Lopers Path for .5 mile, then turn right onto Mill Path and follow it to the cull de sac (.3 mile). Sat 12/8 Narrow Lane Clean Up. 8am-9am. Help clean up our adopted road. Meet at Narrow Lane and Norris Lane in Sagaponack. Bring gloves. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660.Directions: When traveling north from Montauk Highway on Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike Narrow Lane is the second right. Follow Narrow Lane to Norris Lane which is the first right on Narrow. Sun 12/9 Mulvihill Preserves. 10am-noon.

Meet on Bridge Hill Lane. A moderately brisk 4 mile hike with streams, ponds, glacial erratics and the Great Swamp. Dianne Rulnick, 631-726-5903. Directions: Traveling east through Water Mill on Montauk Highway, look for Scuttle Hole Road. There is a Hess Gas Station (with restroom facilities and a mini-mart) at the corner on the north side of Montauk Highway. Scuttle Hole Road is just after that. Turn left onto Scuttle Hole Road. Travel three miles until you see Brick Kiln Road; make a left onto it. Travel 0.4-miles north on Brick Kiln Road to park on the shoulder of Bridge Hill Lane. The entrance to the trail is on the other side of Brick Kiln Road. Thurs 12/13 S.T.P.S. Annual Membership Meeting. 7pm-9pm. Meet in the lower level meeting room of Town Hall to elect officers and committee chairs for 2007 and vote on the adoption of amended By Laws. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information call Glorian Berk, 631-283-2638. Directions: Turn RIGHT onto N SEA RD / CR-38. Continue to follow CR-38 for 0.8 miles. Turn LEFT onto Hampton Rd. travel 0.2 miles and you will see Southampton Town Hall on the right side of the road. End at 116 Hampton Rd. Sat 12/15 Elliston Park. 10am-noon. Great variety in this 4 mile hike. Moderate pace. Views of Big Fresh Pond, Scallop Pond and Wolf Swamp. Howard Reisman, 631283-5376. Directions: follow County Road 39, then head north 2 miles on North Sea Road; look for the Emma Rose Elliston Park sign and turn left onto Millstone Brook Road. Travel 0.3 miles and you will find the park on your left. Sat 12/15 Equestrian Event. 1pm. Ride the southern portion of the beautiful Bay to Ocean Trail through Sagaponack with dramatic farm field and ocean views. BYO horse. Limit 6 riders. Dai Dayton, 631-537-0660. Sun 12/16 Trout Pond Surprise. 10am-11:30am. Explore historic Trout Pond and learn its secrets. Very brisk paced 3 miles Meet at the Trout Pond Parking Lot. Chip Dineen, 646221-8225. Directions: Trout Pond parking lot on Noyac Road across from Mill Road, in Noyac, east of the Morton National Wildlife preserve, on the south side of the road. The paved parking area is east of Millstone Road and just west of Ruggs Path Sat 12/23 Barrel Hill. 10am-11:30am. Meet on Edge of Woods Road, Southampton. Hike a loop trail on the last glacial moraine before Bridgehamptonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plains. Moderate pace, some hills. Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. Directions: traveling on CR 39 (Montauk Highway) east, turn left onto North Sea Road. Due to the recent efforts to accelerate traffic flow through the "bottleneck", this is the first left turn you can make off of CR 39 on weekday mornings prior to 9:00 a.m. Almost immediately the road splits; bear right onto Majors Path. After approximately 1 mile, turn right onto Edge of Woods Road. Follow this road .9 miles; park just before you reach where the power lines cross Edge of Woods Road. There is no formal parking, but there are several wide places on the road shoulders that will accommodate some cars. The trail is on the north side of the road. There are private driveways on either side of the path. Look for the Southampton Trail sign and the plastic black owls marking the access trail. Sun 12/24 Long Pond Greenbelt. 10am-12:30pm. Score some points with Santa and your physical fitness guru. Hike the beautiful Greenbelt. 5 miles at a moderate pace. Meet at Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor. Bob Wolfram, 631-725-4237.Directions: The Park entrance is in Sag Harbor, just south of the Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike intersection with Jermain Avenue. Meet in the parking lot facing the ball fields. Sat 12/30 Surf & Turf Tour. 12pm-2pm. Hike the hills of the moraine then wander the shore of Noyac Bay, with a walk through Pine Neck between the two. Meet at the parking lot next to the Waterside Condos in Noyac. 4-5 miles, moderate pace. Capt. Bill, 631-725-2888. Directions: Follow Noyac Road east past Morton NWP and Trout Pond Park. Bear left onto Long Beach Road. Look for the Waterside Condos in Noyac, on the north side of the road just west of the Town Beach. Sun 12/31 Laurel Valley. 10am-noon. Meet at the kiosk on Deerfield Road in Noyac (across from Deerwood Path). Moderately brisk 3-4 mile hike through this beautiful County preserve. Dianne Rulnick, 631-726-5903. Directions: From County Road 39, head east past Southampton College, bear left onto North Sea Road. Follow the sign for Route 52, Sag Harbor and North Sea. After traveling 2.4 miles bear right onto Noyac Road (Route 38). Travel 4.6 miles to Deerfield Road where you will make a very sharp right turn. You will find the trailhead approximately 1 mile south on the left side of the road. Mon 1/1/08 Happy New Year Hike. 7am-9am. The dawn in the sky greets the day inâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;MONTAUK! Watch the sun rise from the ocean; then take a 4 mile hike in Camp Hero. Meet at Montauk State Park parking lot. Tony Garro 631-725-5861. Directions: Follow Montauk Highway to the end; continue on loop around to parking area.

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. Sat 12/8 Mashomack: Holiday Open House 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Mulled cider, eggnog and the good cheer of the season are the perfect compliment to the Manor House’s festive decorations. Join in the holiday spirit with your neighbors and friends, sing favorite winter songs and carols, and tour Mashomack’s 19th century Victorian mansion, decked out in her holiday greens. GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 x 15 Unless indicated, GEE’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Sun 12/9 Late-Fall Wildlife Of Shinnecock Bay 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm This midday wildlife search along Dune Road -- timed to coincide with low tide – should encounter a variety of waterfowl, a handful of shorebirds, perhaps a few birds of prey, and a harbor seal or two. Please bring binoculars. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 (x15) or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 12/15 Tracking History At The Grace Estate 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Kate Schertel will lead a tour through the beautiful Grace Estate in East Hampton. Bundle up and beat the winter blues on this three-mile winter hike, which follows a portion of the Paumanok Path and features a beautiful forest, views of Gardiners Bay, and plenty of history. If there’s snow on the ground, we may also be able to see some animal tracks! For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-537-1400 (x13) or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. 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: December 17th (10am) and 31st (10am); January 14th (9am); 20th (noon); and 28th (9am); February 17th and 18th (11am both days); and 25th (9am); March 4 (noon); 17th (11am); 25th (9 am); April 14th (1pm); 22nd (9am); 28th (1pm). Meet at the Montauk Point concession area. $5/person ($3 for children) plus a $6 vehicle parking fee. Call for reservations and additional information. 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. PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton 283-3195 CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold 765-2626

Every Saturday from Sunset â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;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! Sat 12/1 So You Want To Buy A Telescope? Lecture & Book-Signing 7:00 pm Are you thinking of buying a telescope this holiday season, either for yourself or for someone else? Don't make the same mistake that others make every year by purchasing the wrong one! This lecture will save you time, money, and frustration as you'll learn how to identify a high quality telescope from the rest. Telescope jargon will be defined and consumer tips offered. Lecturer: Phil Harrington has authored numerous articles and books, most recently Star Ware (4th edition). He teaches astronomy at Dowling College and Suffolk County Community College. After the lecture, he'll be happy to autograph his books (which will be available for sale). A telescope clinic may also follow the lecture so please check back closer to the date for details. Suggested Donation: $10 for Members; $13 for Non-Members. In-Service Credit: If your district awards 1 credit per 15 hours of instruction, 1/10 of a credit may be received for this event. Sat 12/8 An Evening With Bart Fried 8:00 pm In the late 1980s, a small group of collectors recognized a need and the Antique Telescope Society was born. Co-founder, Bart Fried, andhis colleagues have done much over the years to preserve these historical objects across the world. Tonight he will give three brief talks: Where in the hell is Henry Rowland?: America's premier physicist in the latter 1800s was Henry Augustus Rowland, whole ruling engine produced the world's finest diffraction gratings. Those gratings were the heart of spectroscopes in virtually every major observatory in the world. Thought to be buried under the ruling engine pier in Rowland Hall at Johns Hopkins University, his remains went missing...until now. The Harvard Plate Digitizer Project: Digitizing Harvard's 600,000+ plates proved to be a formidable task that is nowbeing tackled by a dedicated group of preservationists. Wadsworth and the First Curved Plate Cameras: Most astronomers think of Bernhard Schmidt when they think of solving the Petzval Field Curvature problem, but a solution was found decades earlier; that solution, however, was never successfully implemented. What were the reasons for its invention and ultimate failure? Suggested Donation: $10 Members; $13 Non-Members; $5 Students with ID. In-Service Credit: Letters provided upon request. Sat 12/15 Custer's Holiday Party and East End Brass in Concert 5:00 pm Chef Chuck Cardona will be back in the kitchen cooking up a holiday feast, but you're welcome to bring your favorite dish or dessert to add to the buffet. At 8:00, the highly acclaimed ensemble, East End Brass, will perform selections ranging from classical to holiday tunes. Grab Bag: bring a gift, get a gift (maximum value $10, please); separate grab bags for children and adults. Suggested donation; $15 Members & their guests; $20 Non-Members; $10 Students and Seniors. Kids under 14: FREE! To reserve, email CusterDonna@yahoo.com or call 631-765-2626. Sat 12/29 Starlab Portable Planetarium Shows - 7:00, 8:00, and 9:00 PM Suggested donation: $5 Child (13 and under), $8 Adult, $20 Family (2 adults and children) per show. A planetarium is one of the best ways to become quicky familiar with the night sky. StarLab presenter and story-teller, Andi Pisacano, will introduce you to the constellations and other celestial bodies, and tell you the myths associated with them. Mon 12/31 3rd Annual New Year's Eve Under the Stars Dining, Dancing, Music & More! Now in its third year, there's no better way to celebrate the passing of the old and welcome in the new. A home-cooked buffet (you're welcome to bring your favorite dish or dessert to add to the table), dancing to live jazz by Ahmad Ali and Friends, raffle, and more. Suggested donation: $15 Custer Members & their guests; $20 Non-Members; $10 Students and Seniors. Kids under 14: FREE! To reserve, email CusterDonna@yahoo.com or call 631-765-2626. THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 Sat 12/1 & Sun 12/2 Black Fishing This trip will sail aboard the Viking Starship this Saturday and Sunday December 1 and December 2.The boat leaves the dock at 4am and returns at 6pm. Reservations are strongly recommended. The fare is $110 per person and it includes bait free of charge Full Day Block Island Jumbo Porgy and Mixed Bag Fishing By special permit we will be sailing daily except Monday and Tuesday in the month of December from 6am to 3.00pm on a Full Day Block Island JUMBO Porgies Mixed bag /Sea Bass, Cod/ on the Viking Star. The fare is $60 per person and it includes bait free of charge. CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111

Phototography Exhibition: Celebration of the Natural Beauty of Long Island in three parts: Part I - On the Edge: Workers on the Waterfront Black and white photographic tale of Greenport's finest waterfront workers. Through 12/1 Part II - Between Sea and Sky, Landscapes of the North Fork Breathtaking photos from Jake Rajs's newest book of the same name. On exhibit thru 2008. Part III - Nature and Wildlife Photographers of Long Island NWPLI has been awarded numerous honors for its work, most recently winning the Nature’s Best Photography International Awards (Camera Club Category) sponsored by Nature’s Best Photography Magazine. (through 12/9) Sat 12/1 Blush Of Winter ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at castello di borghese vineyard & winery. Please call to make reservations. Sat 12/8 Winter’s Eve ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at castello di borghese vineyard & winery. Please call to make reservations. Sun 12/9 Holiday Olive Oil Tasting 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Free Share some holiday spirit by bonding with friends. Taste the flavors of Italy with our very own Oil imported from the family estate in Calabria. Sat 12/15 Mid-December ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at castello di borghese vineyard & winery. Please call to make reservations. Sat 12/22 Holiday ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at castello di borghese vineyard & winery. Please call to make reservations. Sat 12/29 New Years Coming ~ Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $15 per person A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at castello di borghese vineyard & winery. Please call to make reservations. THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Peconic 800-974-9899 Comparative Tastings at the Lenz Guest Cottage Since 1996, Lenz has invited some of the world's top wine educators, Master Sommeliers, Masters of Wine and wine editors to participate in blind tastings of our wines with such legendary French wines as Chateau Petrus, Chateau Latour & Le Montrachet. This November we invite you to an unique comparative tasting that puts you in the wine professional's seat. Taste and decide for yourself. There will be three tastings offered, each highlighting a different Old Vines wine against its top French competitors. All tastings will include three flights, each comprised of 5 wines chosen from the Lenz portfolio, and from well-known Bordeaux and Burgundy wine producers whose wines command up to $1250 per bottle! To purchase tickets, please call 631.734.6010. A full description of the wines to be included in each tasting will be mailed to you along with your ticket confirmation. Sat 12/1 Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon vs Chateau Latour 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Lenz Subscribers $175 per person/General Public $200 3 flights. 5 wines in each flight. Featuring Lenz Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon and Chateau Latour, Lafite, Mouton & Margaux. Class size limited to 25 people. Reserve by November 24th. Sat 12/8 Holiday Shopping Party 5:00 pm -7:00 pm Take the stress out of holiday shopping! Join us for an evening of sparkling wine, artisanal cheese and other festive merriment. We have a large selection of pre-made wine gift baskets or we'll help you create your own unique gift. Jeri Woodhouse from A Taste of the North Fork will also be offering a tasting of her all-natural wine delectibles. These amazing goodies add an extra bit of local flavor to your holiday gifts. Sat 12/15 Sparkling Wine 101 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Join Winemaker Eric Fry in the cellar to taste & discover why this wine is not just for toasting! Class limited to 25 people. Reserve

early! General Public: $25 Lenz Subscribers: $20 Please call 631.734.6010 or email office@lenzwine.com to make your reservations for this class. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Sat 12/1 Mumtaz Duzel Cooking Demo 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, Donut Making Demo 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Sat 12/1 A Night Of Seven Fishes 5:00 pm – 8:00 Pm $25/$20 For Martha Clara Wine Club Members Traditional christmas eve menu preparation and wine pairing. rsvp by 11/26 at 631.298.0075 ext. 13 or info@marthaclaravineyards.com Sun 12/2 Donut Making Demo 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, East End Oysters 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Sat 12/8 Donut Making Demo 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Chef T-Roy Cooking Demo 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Sun 12/9 Donut Making Demo 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Sat 12/15 Donut Making Demo 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, East End Oysters 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm Sun 12/16 Donut Making Demo 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Sun 12/16 Holiday Entertaining 101 1:00 pm-4:00 pm Join Dave and Lorraine Girard of Buoy One Restaurant along with guest chefs and designers for this Holiday Entertaining primer. Chefs and party planners will cover table design and set-up, menu-planning, demonstrate preparation of dishes and will also be available to answer your questions. $10 per person. Complimentary to Martha Clara Wine Club Members. To reserve your spot contact 631.298.0075 ext 13. PINDAR VINEYARDS 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Hot Mulled Wine and Cookies Take a break from Holiday shopping with our famous Sweet Scarlett Mulled Wine. Served each Saturday and Sunday in December through Christmas weekend, with cookies. We will even give you the recipe to make it yourself at home. WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays 5:00pm - 7:30pm Join us for live music, wine and cheese every Thursday. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLIC HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 Fri 12/7 Project Vibe in the Taproom. 10:30pm MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Sat 12/1 The Groove Kings 10:30 pm $10 "An amazing guitarist"--Joe Perry of Aerosmith "Andy is a great musician; he can play like Hendrix, Beck, Clapton, you name it. He's my favorite new guitar player."--Joe Satriani "Taste, tone, chops--Andy's got it all!"--Warren Haynes "What a soulful player."--John Scofield. Over the last year Andy Aledort has performed with a veritable Who's Who of the greatest rock and blues musicians ever, such as Buddy Guy, Paul Rodgers, Mitch Mitchell and Billy Cox of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Double Trouble, Joe Satriani, Carlos Santana, The Allman Brothers Band, and Dickey Betts, with whom he sits in every time Dickey plays the Talkhouse. Fri 12/7 Jake Lear 8:00 pm $10 Jake Lear has spent the last year playing club dates and festivals from New York to Mississippi. He has opened for or played with the likes of Anson Funderburgh, David Lee Durham, Bill Abel, Wesley Jefferson, Paul Geremia, Eddie Shaw And The Wolfgang, Lightnin’ Malcolm, Terry Harmonica Bean and Monroe Jones. “Blues magic flows through Lear.” – Maryville Times – Marryville, Tennessee Fri 12/7 Scissor Kick 10:30 pm $10 Sat 12/8 The Composure 8:00 pm $10 Sat 12/8 Winston Irie 10:30 pm $10 Great Local Reggae Band Fri 12/14 Surf Dogs 8:00 pm $10, 80’s Party 10:00 pm $10 Featuring the music of Little Head Thinks and DJ Nick. We will have drink specials and a prize goes to the best costume! Sat 12/15 Lisa Itts 8:15pm $10, Inda Eaton 8:15 pm $10

Inda, “acoustic, intimate and raw” at the Talkhouse: Acoustic rock artist, Inda Eaton, has received nationwide critical acclaim for her innovative songwriting – often compared to a fusion of John Mellencamp and Sarah McLachlan. Inda and her band have opened for names such as Hootie and the Blowfish, LeAnn Rimes, Smash Mouth, Chicago and John Hiatt. Performing original work in a small trio with special guest Eve Nelson, she will debut new music from her upcoming, sixth independent album. Sat 12/15 The Lone Sharks 10:30 pm $10 The Sharks play up to 150 gigs a year, and most of them are still out east where a devoted following keeps the band working year round. The Lone Shark CDs, consisting mostly of Gene's self-penned tunes have been a catalyst for newer and better things. "We've learned a lot in putting them out. What to do, and what not to do. We’re still trying to capture our live sound.” Gene plays a battered 1967 Gretsch Anniversary hollow body guitar, and usually wears black attire "because Johnny Cash and Orson Welles did, though I'm not sure they did for the same reason." Shark fans have come to expect the usual on-stage theatrics from Gene: duckwalks, windmills, and show-stopping splits, a la T-Bone Walker and Chuck Berry. "They're not really splits," says Gene. "I can't get low enough. They're more splats." Mon 12/17 Hot Tuna (Electric) – 8:00 pm $115 VIP (sold out of VIP) / $100 general Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady have been playing and performing together for over forty-five years, from their high school days in The Triumphs through Jefferson Airplane, which Jorma co-founded and named, and the many incarnations of Hot Tuna, which Jorma and Jack founded together. Now, with an all acoustic Hot Tuna tour, these two fine musicians celebrate the compelling mixture of rock, blues, folk, and country that have distinguished their long collaboration. Featuring Jorma's brilliant finger-picked fretwork and songwriting and Jack's expert melodic bass work, the current Hot Tuna shows are an opportunity to witness two lifelong friends coming together once again to make extraordinary music. Fri 12/21 Blue Collar Band 8:00 pm $10 Fri 12/21 Telly 10:00 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 trial and lots of 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. Sat 12/22 The Realm 8:00 pm $15 The Realm is a local original rock/surfrock band with hints of Police style reggae. We've produced two records "Under the Sun" in 2000and Appearance Lied Again" in 2003. The band hails from the East end as well as NYC and have been performing high energy shows out here for the past few years. I'll send you a picture as soon as I get a decent one with our new drummer. Joe Coss 9:45 pm $15 Acoustic rock originals and alternative covers Chuck & Jake Acoustic 10:30 pm $15, Small Kraft Warning 11:45 pm $15 Small Kraft Warning was conceived as an outlet for recording new songs, and then playing these songs live with people that Jamie has played with in the past, new friends made along the gig circuit, and other cool friends. John Sully, who fronts a band called The Creamsicles, is the producer of these demos, with many more in the pipeline to come out in the next few months. Small Kraft Warning also incorporates some covers which may fit the vibe of a particular gig. Some of these covers are Paint It Black, Hunger Strike, Bertha, U.S. Blues, October, Johnny Cash and Social Distortion tunes and maybe even some Chopin or Beethoven. We also will play a bunch of blues and some jams. Sun 12/23 Private Party Thurs 12/27 Too Busy Being Bored 8:00 pm $10 Rock & Roll for all ages Fri 12/28 The Annie Morgan Band 10:30 pm $10 Annie Morgan has been called the finest soul/R&B singer on Long Island. A long time favorite on the East End music scene, she possesses incredible vocal range and is known for her expressive, high energy performances. Annie does what only the very best singers do, she gives those who come to listen something of herself. She does this openly, honestly and without artifice. As one fan put it, when The Annie Morgan Band takes the stage, the music comes at you like heat lightning, like primitive dancing, like Fourth of July fireworks. The electricity generated snaps, crackles and the place rocks! Sat 12/29 Mystic Bowie 10:30 pm $10 Hailing from Jamaica, Mystic Bowie provides the ultimately diverse listening experience with a powerful blend of reggae, funk,

zydeco and blues-infected ska. This seasoned performer, whose work has crossed over into film and advertising, mixes styles gleaned from countless musical collaborations far beyond his reggae roots. Get ready to move to the sounds of Jamaica, the Caribbean, and New Orleans, all on the Green on a warm summer night. Mon 12/31 Booga Sugar 10:00 pm $25 Ultimate 70's Rock Disco Band