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The Montauk Chamber of Commerce hosts its 31st annual Fall Festival on the Green in the center of downtown Montauk Saturday and Sunday The festivities begin with the annual “Famous Clam Chowder” contest held at 11 AM Saturday. Over 30 local restaurants contribute gallons of their best chowder. Food personality judges will award the best New England and Manhattan chowders. Even visitors get to be judges and vote

for the People’s Choice Award. Winners will be announced at 3 PM on the Chamber’s Facebook page, tweeted on Twitter, and posted on the website at www. montaukchamber.com. Chowder’s not your thing? No worries. Both days will include many activities for children, such as a free 30 horse Carousel, inflatable rides, face painting, pumpkin decorating, crab races and more. For adults there will be live music, a farmers market and plant sales, along with raffles, October-fest style food, clams and oysters. Long Island wines and beer will be available. Live music by Nancy Atlas and the Uncle Susie Band will be featured on Saturday from 2 to 5 PM. Saturday night, the Lighthouse District explodes with a Grucci fireworks show launched over Umbrella Beach at 7 PM. The Atlantic Terrace Resort Hotel is sponsoring the pyrotechnics. On Sunday the Festival continues with additional activities under the tent including the Annual Chinese Auction by the Montauk Playhouse. Live Music by the 3 B’s will be featured from 11 AM to 3 PM. At the conclusion of the festival, the Cash Catch (a minimum of $15,000 in cash prize money will be awarded) winners will be announced along with the winners of other raffle prizes. The festival is the major annual fundraiser sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce. Much of the proceeds are donated to organizations such as the Montauk Food Pantry, the Montauk Fireworks Sponsored by the Montauk Chamber, and the Frank Cappozola Scholarship Fund. 

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Preparations for the 2nd Annual Montauk’s Scarecrow Days presented by Montauk Youth and the Montauk Village Association have begun. Those wishing to participate in the contest, which involves making a designing a unique scarecrow for placement around the village, can pick up a scarecrow frame (donated by RBS) and location assignment at Keeshan Real Estate. The general rules, as posted on the Montauk Youth website are outlined below. Each entry must be designed for outdoor display and constructed to withstand all weather conditions. Organizers are not responsible for any damage or loss to all or any part of a scarecrow. Participants must place their scarecrow and all related props and materials in the location determined by event organizers. Assigned locations will be determined on a “first come, first choice” basis. Montauk’s Scarecrow Days is an event for children of all ages. Scarecrows must be in good taste. Excessively violent scarecrows, as well as any scarecrows that display offensive, crude or derogatory components, are not permitted and may be rejected. Scarecrows that reflect The time is now to start buying your bulbs and the place to find them is right here. We controversial, political or religious themes will have a great selection of flowering bulbs ready for you to bring their stunning beauty not be accepted. Organizers reserve the right to life. Planting them is as easy as Dig.Drop.Done. And while you’re here, don’t forget to reject or remove any entry that fails to meet to pick up everything else you’ll need to turn your garden dream into reality. these standards or that is otherwise unacceptable or inappropriate. Participants must maintain their respective scarecrow from the time of installation through November 2. Participants are responsible for removal and disposal of their scarecrow. All entries must be installed at their assigned location by Friday to be included in the judging. 26 South Embassy St; Montauk, 631-668-6452, www.nativeplants.net, Mon - Sat from 8am - 5pm, Sun 9am - 4pm Winners will be announced at Montauk Youth’s Field Day on October 14.Call Maureen at 631.668.1540 with questions.

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ARF Stroll To The Sea ARF’s 19th Annual Stroll to the Sea Dog Walk will take place Saturday from 9 AM to noon. Pedigrees, designer dogs and mutts are all welcome to take the two-mile walk to the ocean starting from Mulford Farm in East Hampton. Free microchipping, contests and treats will be available. Dylan Lauren of Dylan’s Candy Bar will cut the ribbon to start the walk. Register and collect pledges online at www.arfhamptons. org.

OPENINGS Sixth Sax The Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton presents “Sixth Sax” curated by Patrick Brennan featuring artists Colby Bird, Ned Colclough, Alex Da Corte, Sarah Dornner, Amy Granat, Jesse Hamerman, Joseph Hart, Adam McEwen, Ned Vena, and JD Walsh. An opening reception takes place Saturday from 6 to 8 PM. The show will be on display through November 11. Call 631-604-5770.

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AudioVision Festival The Amagansett “AudioVision Festival” is presented by Neoteric Fine Art Friday through Sunday. The three day event features visual art, live music, screenings, performance art, installations and projections featuring work by Warren Padula, Peter Dayton, Caterina Verde, Christine Sciulli, Sunny Khalsa, and Nika Nesgoda. In the adjoining project space is the ”Vinyl Art Show,” presenting a multitude of artists, showing work executed on vinyl records and album covers. Music from 4 to 8 PM nightly. $10 admission with a portion of proceeds going toward the Mark Schmitt Fund.

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Vered Gallery Vered Gallery opens its new exhibition “Needful Things” with a Collector’s Preview Thursday at 5 PM. This annual fall group exhibition features new works by Colin Christian, Grant Haffner, Ray Caesar, Adam Handler and Ron Agam as well as special selections by Yayoi Kusama, Will Cotton, David Hockney and Robert Mapplethorpe. In Gallery II are works by Modern Masters Avery, Picasso, Kline, Gorky, de Kooning, Bearden, Porter, Man Ray, Lawson and many more. These exhibitions will be on display through December 3.

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to celebrate the completion of A Journey Four Paws, in which Irene Rabinowitz and her 10-year old dog Sydney will be walking the last 10-miles of their 70-mile, four day journey into Montauk. For tickets visit www.barksnbubblesli.com/2445. html.

Halloween Ballroom Tickets now on sale for the Halloween Ballroom Benefit Dance with DJ Louis del Prete at Riverhead Polish Hall on October 26 from 8 PM to midnight. Tickets are $15 in advance and benefit Living Well Yoga and Fitness. For tickets visit www.lwyf.org/Dance-Events.html. Run For The Ridley 15th Annual 5K Run for the Ridley to benefit the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation and Kemp’s ridley sea turtles will take place on October 20. The run starts on Main Street in Riverhead. Check in starts at 8 AM. For more info visit www. riverheadfoundation.org.

ONGOING Apple Pie Jennifer Li’s exhibition “How to Make an Apple Pie” is on display at the Chrysalis Gallery in Southampton through October 31. For more info call 631-287-1883. Marilyn Church Marilyn Church exhibits paintings at Julian Beck Fine Paintings Gallery in Bridgehampton. The show runs through November 30. For more info call 631-6136200. Plein Air Peconic Plein Air Peconic VII, the annual exhibition and sale of paintings and photographs of East End landscapes, featuring land conserved by the Peconic Land Trust is on display at the South Street Gallery in Greenport.

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Peconic Bay Winery The Peconic Bay Winer y in Cutchogue hosts a weekly open mic night every Thursday night from 6 to 9 PM with MC Rocky DiVello. Like them on Facebook for more info on weekly events. The Pizza Place The Pizza Place in Bridgehampton presents Monday Jazz Jams from 7 to 9 PM and Thursday Troubador Nights from 7 to 9 PM with Dick Johansson & Friends. The Jam Session The Jam Session at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor presents The Thursday Night Live Band tomorrow at 7 PM. For more info call 631-899-3915. I Love Techno Dream Nightclub in Hampton Bays presents “I LOVE TECHNO” on Saturday night at 10 PM with music by David Figueroa, A-Kintero, Damarquez, Jay Arroyave. Reggae Sundays Reggae Sundays, featuring the ver y delightful Winston Irie, at Swallow East in Montauk continue through Columbus Day. 6 PM. Buckley’s Wing Night Buckley’s Inn Between in Hampton Bays hosts its Famous Wing Night each Thursday from 10 PM to 1 AM. $15 will get you all you can eat wings

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Wolffer Vineyard Twilight Thursday’s at Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack takes place every Thursday from 5 to 8 PM. On Friday and Saturday, live music at the wine stand until sunset. Visit www.wolffer.com. 75 Main DJ Kazzanova performs alongside DJ Chile and DJ Johng on Friday at 75 Main in Southampton. Gay Street Gay Street at Bay Street dance party will take place on Saturday at 9:30 PM. Join hosts Linda Batiancela, Joyce Cohen, Randy Hemming, TR Pescod, Bruce T. Sloane and more with music by DJ Twilo. Admission is $25 and includes a beer or wine. For tickets visit www.baystreet.org. Gurney’s Inn Gurney’s Inn in Montauk provides year-round entertainment. Friday and Saturday night there is DJ Dancing with hits from the 60s to today. For more info call 631-6682345. Phao Phao Restaurant in Sag Harbor offers nightlife throughout the week. Every Thursday there is Hamptons Singer/Songwriters from 8:30 to 11:30 PM. Every Friday “The Voice” at Phao at 9 PM followed by karaoke at 11 PM. Every Saturday, DJ Matty Nice from 10:30 PM to 2

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Moonlight Sails Partying in Montauk this holiday weekend? Check out the Montauk Water Taxi Service’s Hay Ride and moonlight tours of Lake Montauk. Board the boat and take a romantic tour around the lake, or hop on for a ride to any of the myriad waterfront restaurants and night spots. Call 631603-8457 for information.

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Music Howard Gospel Choir The Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center presents “Live in Concert” The Howard Gospel Choir of Howard University at United Methodist Church in Southampton on Saturday at 5:30 PM. For reservations call 631-5370616. Tickets are $20 per person in advance and $30 at the door. Plant & Sing The fifth annual Sylvester Manor Educational Farm “Plant & Sing” festival on Shelter Island takes place Friday through Sunday with musical performances by Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, author Silva Lehrer, and a film screening by Greenhorns. Visit www.plantandsing.com. The A List Band Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead presents live music with The A List Band on Monday from 1 to 5 PM.

HIFF The Hamptons International Film Festival runs Thursday through Monday. For more info see our Insiders guide to the HIFF. The City Dark The Montauk Obser vator y presents a film screening of The City Dark on Saturday at 4 PM. The film will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker, Ian Cheney.

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Today’s Birthday: Gwen Stefani, 1995 When Gwen Stefani was growing up in Fullerton, California she suffered from dyslexia and attention deficit disorder. Drawn to music, she listened to her parents’ records – they like Folk Music - and she performed high school musicals. In 1986 her brother, Eric, invited her to try out for a band he was forming. The Band became No Doubt and its unique brand of rock and Ska quickly found a healthy audience. In addition to touring with No Doubt Stefani collaborated with artists like Moby and Eve and began dating Gavin Rossdale, the front man for the band Bush. In 2001 No Doubt earned two Grammys for songs on its Let’s Rock album but Stefani decided to leave the group soon after. Her debut album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. was a huge success, blending techno rock, dance music, and New Wave and featuring scores of talented collaborators. It earned five Grammy nominations including Album Of The Year and stamped Stefani as a legitimate superstar. In 2008 she reunited with No Doubt and the band went on a world tour the following year. Stefani comes from a long line of seamstresses; she entering the world of fashion was a natural progression for her. Her creations attracted a number of A-list celebrities. She and Rossdale have two children; she donated $1 million to the Japanese Earthquake relief fund and she continues to raise money for the victims. ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) Creative energy and inspiration abound right now, so seek out those people who inspire you and brainstorm. Collect ideas and make tentative plans, loose plans that may need to change along the way. It’s about the inspired ideas more than the best plan to get there. Sit with a friend and get creative.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Where is your passion? Remember when you’ve been so excited by an idea that you brought all sorts of energy to the project. Well that is where you want to be. Feel what it is that moves you and then get going. If you’re not moved it is okay to sit it out.

TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Serendipity, synchronicity, and magic are the best three words to describe things right now. Magical and expansive energy abounds. Listen for the whispers of the Universe and take action when the signs seem to indicate it is time. Magical week, so remember to not be disheartened by how things appear to be.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Tune in to yourself. How well are you loving yourself right now? With Saturn in your sign you will have to make your relationship to yourself your priority and then think about how well others are relating to you. It is all about self-acceptance, for this the only way you will truly love and accept another.

GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Relationships and love in general are the thing right now. Tune in to the people you are spending time with and really evaluate if they are “of your tribe.” The people in our tribe “get” us and help us to be more of who we are. That is what you are looking for in those around. If they “get” you, deepen those relationships. If they don’t, take a few steps back.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Priorities matter right now – a lot! This can be a creative and dynamic time at the roots or core of who you are as long as you keep your priorities clear. You risk being focused in the wrong direction and missing a potentially extraordinary moment in what may seem to be the ordinary parts of your life. This is why your priorities need to be clear. Make yourself a list.

CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Okay you’ve been serious enough for a while, why not take a break and play a little? Be social and go and do and be. It is important right now to lighten up. Even if you have to handle some serious things, see if you can do them with a light heart. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) There is nothing to fight about. Just let people know what your choices are and resist the urge to defend them. Those who would require you to explain your actions may not deserve your love and attention and those who love you would never ask you to. Ask them to simply trust you. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Time for some gratitude. Actually, it is time to get yourself focused on what you have to be grateful for rather than looking at what you don’t have. Look around and see your blessings and hold to them. Your focus matters a great deal right now so keep your head in the best place you can muster. Writing down things you are grateful for can really help. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Align your hopes and dreams with what you want to do in the world. Career goals matter now, as does your reputation. Avoid the appearance of impropriety and live publicly according to your beliefs and highest ideals. Not a time to cut corners.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Stop thinking. If you could have figured out a solution you would have already and no amount of chewing on a problem will help you to resolve it just now. It’s not time to know yet. I know you want to know now, but it’s just not time. Some things behind the scenes have to move before you will have a resolve so give your head a rest. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Trust what you have been feeling and thinking. Even if you don’t have a complete sense of what exactly you are feeling, hold to it. It will come clear and right now is all about trusting where you are being led. There are things that may not make perfect sense just now, however, you still need to trust and take a leap of faith.

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TUESDAY 10•9•12 • “Guys Read” is for third through fifth graders at 4 PM. Celebrate R.L. Stine’s birthday in a book discussion of How To Kill A Monster.

THURSDAY 10•4•12 • “Banned Books Story Time for All Ages” is at 5 PM. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SATURDAY 10•6•12 • “Bluster Day Story and Craft Time” is at 3:30 PM. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049 THURSDAY 10•4•12 • Talk titled “Hour Exchange Long Island” is from 7 to 8 PM. SATURDAY 10•6•12 • A reception for artist Andy Hoogenboom is at 3 PM. WEDNESDAY 10•10•12 • Join JJML director Catherine Creedon for a look back at the library’s 102 years of service to Sag Harbor. From 5:30 to 7 PM.

Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 THURSDAY 10•4•12 • “Keeping It Simple: Elder Law” is at 2 PM. Learn what legal action steps are needed to start protecting one’s assets. SATURDAY 10•6•12 • “Italian Cuisine” with Chef Charlie is from 1 to 2 PM. Includes cooking demonstrations and tastings. WEDNESDAY 10•10•12 • “Do Your Own Thing” bus trip to New York City leaves the Church of St. Rosalie’s parking lot at 9:30 AM and drops off at Bryant Park. Pick-up is at 6 PM from Bryant Park. $23 non-refundable tickets per person. Mattituck-Laurel Library 631-298-4134 FRIDAY 10•4•12 • “Wii 2nd Grade” is at 4 PM. WEDNESDAY 10•10•12 • “Scary Scribblers” is at 4 PM.

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Rubio. Every Thursday until February 14 from 5:30 to 7 PM. $500 for the series. Spanish advanced beginner courses also start today and will continue each Thursday into February. From 7 to 8:30 PM. Also $500. Call 631-907-5555 or visit www.ross.org/community for more classes and information.

SATURDAY 10•6•12 • All are invited to attend the Montauk Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival, beginning at 11 AM on the

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green in downtown Montauk. Also tomorrow. • The Montauk Observatory volunteers invite the general public to join them as they view the wonders of the night sky through large telescopes from 8 to 11 PM (weather permitting). At Montauk County Park (formerly Theodore Roosevelt County Park). Entrance off Route 27, near the picnic grounds by the concession stand and lavatories. • Scott Fithian and the Department of Public Works will attempt to have the Hook Mill’s sails turning, depending on the weather, from 10 AM to 1 PM in East Hampton. • The East Hampton Trails Preservation Society hosts a five-mile, slow paced hike through trails behind the Bell Estate, then along Gardiner’s Bay, with occasional rest

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stops. The walk ends with a barefoot wade across the Fresh Pond inlet. Bring water. Meet at the parking lot at the end of Fresh Pond Landing Road in Amagansett at 10 AM. Call 631-267-3024 for more info. • The Montauk Community Church hosts a Women’s Guild Rummage Sale from 9 AM to noon, rain or shine! • The Concerned Citizens of Montauk’s student interns and the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society host a one and a half mile guided walk at Big Reed Pond’s blue and green trails. English speaking tour begins at 11 AM and Spanish speaking tour is at 1 PM. Meet in the Nature Trails parking lot off East Lake Drive in Montauk about two miles north of the intersection with Route 27. Follow the dirt road to enter the parking area. For more information call 631-238-5720.

SUNDAY 10•7•12 • Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society and a group of student interns from Montauk’s Concerned Citizens for a four and a half mile guided walk through Point Woods in Montauk. An English speaking walk is at 1 PM and a Spanish speaking walk is at 3 PM. meet on Camp Hero Road off Route 27, about one mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. Call 631-238-5720 for more info. WEDNESDAY 10•10•12 • All are welcome to a four mile hike through part of Paumanok Path, the Montauk Moorlands and Amsterdam Beach. Meet at the parking lot at South Lake Drive off Route 27, about two miles east of Montauk Village at 10 AM. Call Carol at 631-668-5429 for more info.

Southampton SATURDAY 10•6•12 • The San Gennnaro Feast of the Hamptons is today and tomorrow from 10 AM to 10 PM on Good Ground Road in Hampton Bays. • The Columbus Day Weekend Sidewalk Sale and Arts and Crafts Fair is today and tomorrow throughout Sag Harbor’s Main Street. Call Alan at 631-838-4945 for more details. • The South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton invite all to a walk through Vineyard Field, behind the SoFo museum at 10 AM. Call 631537-9735 for reservations. SUNDAY 10•7•12 • Marders hosts a free lecture, “The Right Way to Use Compost,” at 10 AM. All are welcome. • The South Fork Natural History Museum hosts “Junior Geologists” for children age three to five. Participants will explore the shores of Sag Harbor and collect a variety of specimens with a guide. Collecting bags will be provided. There is a $5 materials fee. Starts at 10 AM. Call 631-537-9735 for reservations and more info. MONDAY 10•8•12 • Poet/artist Rosalind Brenner will do a reading at Phao, located at 29 Main Street in Sag Harbor, from 5:45 to 6:15 PM.

North Fork SUNDAY 10•7•12 • The 37th Annual Riverhead Country Fair is today from 10 AM to 5 PM on Main Street and the Peconic River Front. Artist Michael P. Mastropolo

“Mary’s Art Show”

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WEDNESDAY 10•10•12 • Suffolk County Task Force on Tick and VectorBorne Diseases hosts a public hearing at Southold town Recreation Center from 6 to 8 PM. All members of the public are welcome. Call 631-852-3200 for more info.


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