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On Thursday evening I attended the Friends & Family opening of the picturesque seaside restaurant Andrra in Springs. We ate hors d’oeuvres and sipped cocktails while enjoying a spectacular sunset. Not only is the sunset perfect but Andrra also offers sun drenched days and star filled nights,  making it the perfect backdrop for any celebration.

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Dancing with the East End Stars, a fundraiser benefitting Your Day Away last Friday night filled 230 Elm in Southampton with glamour, grace, and a little bit of the jitters. The Arthur Murray Dance Center in Southampton donated $1500 in private instruction for each participant to prepare for a Showcase Performance. Terri Kiernan (Town of Southampton), Joe Shaw (Press News Group), Alyssa Giruzzi (The Corcoran Group), and Rosane Cassella-Wilson (Southampton Rotary) were the stalwart volunteers who stepped up -- and out -- to display newfound talent. They raised $4000 before the first strains of music even played.

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The Pet Hero Awards Kick Off Party took place this past Saturday night at 230 Elm in Southampton and was presented by the Pet Philanthropy Circle. Hosted by Tracy Collins Antonino and Jill Rappaport. There was live music, food and silent auctions. The award ceremony will take place June 29 where Christie Brinkley will receive the Humanitarian of the Year award. Lou Wegner, Founder of Kids Against Animal Cruelty, will receive his Pet Hero Award along with other winners.


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Geoff Kuzara, Christine John and Thomas Cardone at the opening of "Glory of Spring" at the Grenning Gallery on Washington Street in Sag Harbor.

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The Montauk Chamber of Commerce “Concert for the Concerts” to benefit their free summer concert series at Zum Schneider on Sunday, saw a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd come out to hear the Blue Collar Band, Ray Red, and the Lone Sharks, all of whom are summer series participants.

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Spring Bingo Join the Lioness Club of the Hamptons tomorrow for a fun night of Spring Bingo at the American Legion Hall on Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays. The doors open at 7 PM and drawing will begin at 7:30 PM. There will be coffee, tea and desserts and cash bar. The $10 admission includes refreshments and one Bingo packet. For more information call Mary at 631-3757182. This evening will benefit the Guidedog Foundation and other Lioness charities. Taste of Tuckahoe The third annual Taste of Tuckahoe fundraiser, benefiting the Tuckahoe School, will be held on Friday from 6 to 10 PM at 230 Elm in Southampton. Once again, restaurants, wineries, bakeries and breweries from the East End will come together under one roof to highlight their culinary talents for the community to enjoy. Ticket cost is $35 in advance, and $40 at the door, and can be purchased at Tuckahoe School or via the website www.TasteofTuckahoe.com. Tickets

are scheduled to go on sale in a few weeks. The Food Network’s Karine Bakhoum (“Iron Chef America”) will once again be the special guest at what has become a popular event with area residents.

Annual Spring Tea The Annual Spring Tea to benefit the Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead will take place on Friday at 1 PM at the farm. $30 per person includes tea, savories and sweets. Reservations required, call 631-298-5292 or email hallockv@ optonline.net. For more info visit www.hallockville.com. Spring Fling Spring Fling, the Parrish Art Museum’s annual community party and fundraiser, will take place Saturday from 7:30 to 11 PM. A lively event that brings together year-round community members and second homeowners, this will be the first benefit held at the museum’s new home in Water Mill. This year’s celebration will feature dancing to live music by Todd Barrie Music, delicious hors d’oeuvres by Art of Eating, unique specialty drinks from Bismarck Vodka, fine wines from Niche Import Co., and ales

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from Southampton Publick House. In addition, a silent auction will feature a selection of goods and services donated by the local East End business community, including dinners at the finest local restaurants, a golf membership to Hampton Hills Golf & Country Club, a round of golf at Southampton Golf Club, spa and cosmetic treatments, luxury handbags, and VIP passes to the 2013 Hampton Classic Horse Show. Spring Fling co-chairs are Susan Davis and Nancy Hardy. Tickets for Spring Fling are $150 for museum members, $200 for nonmembers, $250 for patrons, and $100 for young professionals (age 21 to 35). All tickets purchased on or after April 22 are $225. Tickets may be purchased online at www.parrishart. org or by contacting Kendra Korczak at 631-283-2118 ext. 133 or emailing benefitevents@parrishart.org.

Honors Benefit Bay Street Theatre announces its Second Annual Honors Benefit on Saturday at East Hampton Point. This year the honorees are Hampton’s Hometown Heroes including David Bray, Ana R. Daniel, Michael Grim and James Osburn. All four of the honorees support Bay Street as well as many other local businesses and non-profits in the Hampton’s Community. The event starts with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and buffet followed by the presentation of awards, which will be kicked off by funny lady Joy Behar at 8 PM. The cost is $175 per person or $300 per couple. Proceeds support the

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Sunset Over The Harbor “Sunset Over The Harbor,” a fundraiser for the Greater East Hampton Education Foundation, will take place at East Hampton Point on May 3, from 6:30 to 10:30 PM. The $35 ticket includes a full dinner buffet, passed hors d’oeuvres, dancing with DJ Mike, with auction items to bid on and a raffle as well. The Greater East Hampton Education Foundation helps to fund Challenge Day, offers mini-grants to teachers, and gives book and college scholarships to students of the district. Tickets are available by calling the foundation at 631-605-5125. Travels With Charley Bay Street Theatre is partnering with Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) in honoring Steinbeck Weekend by presenting the “Travels With Charley” Dog Walk on May 4 at 8:30 AM. Jill Rappaport, “Today” show correspondent and award-winning animal advocate, serves as celebrity host along with Barbara Slifka as Honorary Chair. Dogs and their owners will start the walk at Haven’s Beach in Sag Harbor. The walk finishes at Bay Street Theatre, where there will be a “Bagels and Bones” reception immediately after the walk. A grand prize will be given to the person who raises the most money. For more info visit www.baystreet.org.

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Shaping The Surface Southampton Cultural Center presents “Shaping The Surface” at the Levitas Center for the Arts at Southampton Cultural Center. An opening reception will take place on Friday from 5 to 7 PM. The show runs through May 20. Curated by Arlene Bujese, the show features artists Bob Bachler, James Gemake, Margaret Kerr, Pope Noell, and Charles Waller.

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#COLDWATERSURFERSERIES Take a step into the world of a #coldwatersurfer. Neoteric Fine Art in Amagansett presents James Katsipis’s #COLDWATERSURFERSERIES, a photographic exhibition of an epic winter journey documenting the world of cold water surfing. Katsipis, a lifelong native of Montauk, has assembled a breathtaking portfolio of images that represent the world of cold-water surfing as seen through his own eyes, both in and out of that extreme element. His hardcore dedication to his craft has earned him an irrefutable place among the sports most respected photographers, faithfully capturing moments that 99.9 percent of the world’s population could never imagine: a view of freezing perfect waves. See photographs of gigantic winter surf in Ireland, crystalline sub-zero reefscapes, and the equally brave and dedicated surfers who chase these scenarios. Katsipis's local perspective and embedded relationship with Montauk’s local surf scene has produced an intimate portrait of a unique subculture. The show opens on Friday with a reception from 6 to 9 PM. Enjoy music by The Montauk Project, giveaways from Nixon, Oakley, NYSea, Wampum and Whalebone, as well as refreshments by PBR and Montauk Brewing Company. The show runs through May 22. For more info visit www.neotericfineart.com. Thank You Art Show Hampton Photo, Arts and Framing presents The Thank You Art Show at Ashawagh Hall in Springs on Saturday and Sunday. The opening

reception begins Saturday at 5:30 PM and runs until 11 PM. See works by over 100 local artists. The show will be up for viewing Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM as well.

Alex Ferrone North Fork based commercial, aerial, and fine art photographer Alex Ferrone has opened a fine art photography gallery on the Main Road in Cutchogue. The gallery kicks off the 2013 exhibition season with an opening reception Saturday. The inaugural exhibit will feature limited edition works from Ferrone’s Aerial Observations - Part B series. For more info visit www.AlexFerrone. com. Members Exhibition Guild Hall in East Hampton presents its 75th annual Artist Members Exhibition. Awards Judge Elisabeth Sussman is Curator along with Sondra Gilman, Curator of Photography at the Whitney Museum of American Art. In honor of the 75th anniversary, there is a new award for the Best Interpretation of the Diamond Anniversary theme. An opening reception is on Saturday from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. For more info visit www.guildhall.org. Hope’s Journey Merging art exhibition with fundraising to support local victims of domestic violence, noted artists selected “Behind The Fence,” work created using pencil and ink by Jeanette Martone as the 2013 Best In Show winner of The Retreat’s Annual Juried Art Show. The winning Martone piece will appear in a solo exhibit called “Hope’s Journey” at the Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor beginning Saturday with a reception from 6 to 8 PM. Proceeds from sales of art in connection with the Juried Art Show

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The Glory Of Spring The Grenning Gallery in Sag Harbor presents “The Glory of Spring” with works by Karl Dempwolf, Tomas Cardone and Geoff Kuzara. The show runs through May 13. For more info visit www.grenninggallery.com. Alice Aycock The Parrish Art Museum presents a next exhibition, “Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating.” The first comprehensive exploration of this vital aspect of the renowned sculptor’s creative process, the exhibition has been organized by Parrish Art Museum Adjunct Curator Jonathan Fineberg. For more info visit www.parrishart. org. Roots of MODERN Roots of MODERN Exhibit opens on Saturday at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton. The show runs through July 22. Don Wilson Don Wilson’s paintings of Italy and more will be on display at the Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport through May 26. For more info call 631-477-0660. New Work New Work by Jennifer Bartlett, Mary Ellen Bartley, Carol Gove, Robert Harms, Sharon Horvath, Laurie Lambrecht, Mel Kendrick, Donald Sultan, Timothy Woodman and Jack Youngerman will be on display at the Drawing Room in East Hampton through Sunday. Halsey Mckay The Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton presents Ted Gahl and Verva Hinnemo. On display through Monday. Art Of Poetry The Quogue Library presents its April 2013 exhibit “The Poetry of Art and the Art of Poetry” with Impressionistic paintings. The show will run through Sunday. Poster Contest Exhibit T h e G r e a t e r We s t h a m p t o n Chamber of Commerce presents

Hope’s Journey opens at the Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery.

the 2013 Art Poster Contest Exhibit at the Westhampton Free Library. The exhibit showcases original artwork that captures and reflects the Greater Westhampton Community. The exhibit runs through Saturday. The winning entry will be reproduced as this year’s GWCC Art Poster and will be offered for sale starting in May 2013 at the chamber office. For more information contact the chamber office at 631-288-3337.

Debbie Tierney East End Arts presents a new art exhibit at the Riverhead Town Hall Gallery, featuring the linocut-relief printmaker Debbie Tierney. The exhibit will run through June 5. For more info call 631-727-3200. Rosalie Dimon Gallery East End Arts presents the art show at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery, at the Jamesport Manor Inn featuring East End Arts members photographer Alfred Fayemi and tapestry artist Sherry Schreiber. The show will be up for viewing until May 1. Visit www.eastendarts.org.

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Agave’s Agave’s Tequila Bar and Restaurant in Westhampton Beach offers Open Mic Night hosted by Johnny B and Friends on Tuesdays with 2-for-1 burritos. On Wednesdays, 2-for-1 quesadillas. Thursdays are Ladies Night with $5 Ladies Drinks all night and fajitas for $12.95. Call 631998-4200 for more info. Candlelight Fridays Candlelight Fridays is from 5 to 8 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyards in Sagaponack. Enjoy live music and wine by the glass. Jam Session The Jam Session will take place every Thursday night from 5 to 8 PM at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor. The Jam Session house band is Bill Smith

on piano, Peter Weiss on bass and Claes Brondal on drums. No cover charge. For information please visit www.thejamsession.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. 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 and all you can drink Miller Light. Music by DJ Pauly and Beer Pong. Open Mic Night Every Wednesday Johnny B hosts an Open Mic Night at the Quogue East Pub from 9 PM to midnight.

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A Moonstruck Evening Enjoy a fabulous Italian meal, a screening of Moonstruck, classic Italian popular songs and operatic selections from the film performed live by members of Opera Night, including Vincent Ricciardi. Special guests include Anita Gillette, who played the role of Mona in the film. Friday at 7 PM at Suffolk Theater in Riverhead. Visit www.Suffolktheater. com. Southampton Publick House Don’t miss ladies night at the Southampton Publick House every Wednesday in the taproom with music by DJ Brian at 9:30 PM. Includes $3 drafts, wine and Absolut specials. On Friday, all night happy hour with taproom specials from 4 PM to midnight. Saturday DJ Brian Evans spins Hamptons classics starting at 10 PM. Monday Night

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World Pie World Pie in Bridgehampton presents live blues, jazz and classics on Thursdays from 8 to 11 PM with Gregg Galavotti and Friends. Call 631-537-7999. Dark Horse Warren McKnight, the East End’s world famous singer, musician and actor who appeared in The Romantics with Anna Paquin, Katie Holmes, Josh Duhamel and Candice Bergen, will sing and perform songs from the Great American Songbook on classical guitar and on banjo. It is time for patriotic songs and inspiring light classical music with fine dining. Friday, from 6 PM to 9 PM at the elegant Dark Horse Restaurant on E.Main Street in Riverhead. 631208-0072. Reservations suggested.

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The Lords of Salem ( R ) Rob Zombie’s Gorefest will be condemned by critics but, as usual, attract his cult of devotees. If you like this sort of thing by all means see it, but keep seeing your therapist – you’ve got deeprooted emotional problems. In other words, you’re a ticking time bomb.

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Coming Soon Kon Tiki (PG-13) Thor Heyerdahl’s riveting account of sailing from South America to Polynesia comes alive courtesy of directors Max Manus, Espen Sanberg, and Joachim Rønning. Pål Sverre Hagen plays the author, whose unpublished book about the early migration to Polynesia was scoffed at because it was so unbelievable. Angered by the rejection, Heyerdahl builds his own raft and retraces the journey himself. Hollywood takes certain liberties — sharks and whatnot. But hey, it’s a movie. Enjoy.

New To Theaters * In The House (R) Director François Ozon has crafted an interesting

Tarantino’s latest is, like all his movies, unpredictable, overdone, overlong, insanely violent, and wildly inventive. The cast is one of the most remarkable ever assembled, and Christophe Waltz took home the Best Supporting Actor statue, and Tarantino won for Best Screenplay. An unforgettable, must-see movie. psychological thriller about 16 year-old dormer who writes about the family he is staying with, and fascinates his writing teacher by doing so. Kristen Scott Thomas and Fabrice Luchini play their roles perfectly, and the whole thing begins to fall part only to come together again in ways the viewer probably won’t anticipate.

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Now Playing Paris Manhattan (NR) Sophie Lellouche wrote and directed this charming little effort about a young woman whose philosophies are shaped by the films of Woody Allen. The master himself stars. This quirky film, almost surely autobiographical,

42 (PG-13) The story of Jackie Robinson, the first black man to play major league baseball, is a compelling one indeed. Unfortunately, this schlock-fest is so cliché-ridden that the drama gets lost amidst the overacting. It has its moments, though. Chadwick Boseman gets the title role and Harrison Ford plays Branch Rickey, the General Manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers who makes the courageous decision to bring Robinson up to the big leagues. Kasdan promises to be enjoyable and sometimes (The Big Chill, Accidental Tourist) downright brilliant. And Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline are always good, right? Wrong. This is one of those dog movies where-in the bedraggled animal gets all the good scenes and the human actors come off like plastic people. Elisabeth Moss, Dianne Weist, and Mark Duplass are among the co-stars who go down with the script.

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Guilio Cesar Guild Hall in East Hampton presents The Met: Live in HD with a screening of Handel’s Guilio Cesar at noon on Saturday. Visit www. guildhall.org.

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Today’s Birthday: Kelly Clarkson, 1982 Do you remember who was the winner of the very first “American Idol” back in 2002? Hint: the young gal from Texas has become a huge star. Kelly Brianne Clarkson, a Fort Worth native, has sold over 23 million albums and 36 million singles since being named “American Idol.” She’s recorded an astounding 82 Billboard Number One hits.Eleven of her songs have been the top selling single in the world. RCA signed Clarkson immediately after she won the contest, and struck gold with her very first single, “A Moment Like This” which jumped to the top of the charts within days of its release and became the top selling record of the year. Clarkson began singing as a young girl when her parents divorced; she later said it was a way to release tension. A visit to a Baptist Church at age eight made Clarkson aware of the soulful sound of the music, and she began listening to the music of Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Tina Tuner, Annie Lennox and Whitney Houston, among others. At the same time, she was drawn to classic rock like Jimi Hendrix and Aerosmith. Clarkson, a 2013 Grammy winner, is engaged to talent manager Brandon Blackstock. “American Idol” creator Simon Cowell said Clarkson is the best singer that has ever appeared on the show – “by a mile.” Esquire magazine was even more effusive, stating Clarkson has “the best voice in the history of pop music.” ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) There may be a little too much mental energy rolling around these days, so you may want to give your head a rest. Over-thinking a thing is just way too easy and if you start doubting yourself now, it will only compound the issue. Give your head a rest. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Time to create and manifest. What has been gestating these last weeks and months may finally have the chance to be made real. Take advantage of the energy and go for it. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Keep on talking and expressing your views. Do try to do it in a healing way; just don’t bite your tongue. You don’t have to beat people over the head, but you do have to share your views and concerns.

in an attempt to control the outcome. Better to allow things to fall where they may via the truth than only give part of the info. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Keep your fears in check. It is just too easy to access them right now and it may be that your fear response to things is bigger than what the circumstances deserve. Try to think about things in a different way - that doesn’t include total disaster. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Think “lifestyle choices.” That’s where you are right now -- deciding the kind of life you want to lead. Try to get a clear sense of your ideal life and hold that vision. You don’t have to figure out how to make it happen, you don’t even have to be sure that it can happen. Let the Universe do that.

LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) There CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Time for some good negotiation skills. Do are things from the past that you need tell the truth and don’t modify the truth to break away from and now is the

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all good. Think of things from a win/ win perspective. The way things are right now is how they need to be to take you to the next place that you are going. Trust that your journey will truly lead you home (whatever that means for you). NOTE: If you were born at the end or beginning of a sign, read the sign before or after your birthday.

 

Asher Lee is a professional Astrologer and Tarot reader. She is an interfaith minister, and has been giving spiritual counsel on the East End for more than 20 years. Asher lectures and teaches on metaphysics and related topics. She is available for private and group consultations. For further information call 631-7270711. For an extended horoscope on the web, visit www.asherlee.com

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Montauk Library 631-668-3377 SATURDAY 4•27•13 • Parent and Pre-K Play is from 3:30 to 4:15 PM. East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 WEDNESDAY 4•24•13 • “Rainforest in a Jar,” where kids ages nine and up can create a low maintenance tropic terrarium, is at 4 PM. SATURDAY 4•27•13 • Sutton by J.R. Moehringer will be discussed at 10:30 AM. • Les Miserables will be shown at 2 PM. THURSDAY 4•30•13 • Socrates Café is from 2 to 4 PM. Today’s topic is “What drives our need for stuff?” • “The Memoir in Your Head: Developing Techniques for Universal Storytelling” is from 5 to 6:30 PM. Workshop will continue very Tuesday through May. WEDNESDAY 5•1•13 • The 4th Annual Teen Film Contest screening and award ceremony will be from 5 to 6 PM. Refreshments will be served. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SATURDAY 4•27•13 • “Recyled Jar-Lid Magnets Story and Craft Time” is at 3:30 PM. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049 WEDNESDAY 4•24•13 • “The Life and Times of Willie Sutton” discussion is at 6 PM. THURSDAY 4•25•13 • “Sag Harbor in the Early 20th Century,” an illustrated talk, will be at 7 PM.

Hampton Library at Bridgehampton 631-537-0015 THURSDAY 4•25•13 • A screening of Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and the Farm Midwives is at 7 PM. SATURDAY 4•27•13 • “Delicious Discussions: Cycling Long Island” is at 1 PM. Join in for some food and conversation. Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 THURSDAY 4•25•13 • “Me and My MP3” is at 11 AM. FRIDAY 4•26•13 • Arbor Day Cherry Blossom painting is at 4 PM. TUESDAY 4•30•13 • “Kids Cook: Food for Thought Grades 3rd-5th” is at 4 PM. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 FRIDAY 4•26•13 • Mutiny on the Bounty will be shown at 2 PM. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 SATURDAY 4•27•13 • Eric Shultz, president of the Southampton Town Trustees, will speak on the history of the trustee board and its functions. He will also speak on the board’s efforts to restock shellfish in the Shinnecock Bay as well as the role that clams and oysters play in purifying the water. Starts at 2 PM. Shelter Island Library 631-749-2016 SATURDAY 4•27•13 • Get Henna tattoos at 2 PM. For grades six through 12. Mattituck-Laurel Library 631-298-4134 FRIDAY 4•19•13 • The Kid w/ A Bike will be shown at 1:30 PM.

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East Hampton WEDNESDAY 4•24•13 • Hike a section of the Paumanok Path with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society at 10 AM. Meet at the Montauk Library parking lot for the four-mile hike. Call 631-238-5134 for more info. FRIDAY 4•26•13 • All are welcome to the final lecture of “Winter Lecture Series, Changing Times: Epics and Events that Shaped East Hampton,” at 7 PM. Join the East Hampton Historical Society for the free lecture at Clinton Academy, located at 151 Main Street in East Hampton. Come early and enjoy refreshments. Tonight’s lecture is titled “The Iron Horse Arrives,” with Ken Collum and Hugh King. 631-324-6850. SATURDAY 4•27•13 • Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for a 20-mile artists’ studio bike ride. Visit studios of two wellknown and respected artists in Springs and then return to the Society’s home for coffee and muffins. Meeting place is the Springs General Store on Old Stone Highway off Accabonac Road. Your bike must be in good working order. Helmets are required. For more information call 631-329-9414 or (on the day of the hike) 917-747-0885. • The East End Classic Boat Society will hold a Spring Open House from noon to 3 PM in its Community Boat Shop at 301 Bluff Road in Amagansett (behind the Marine Museum). No admission charge. Raffle tickets will be sold for the Goeller dinghy the Society is building. Tickets are $5 each or a book of five tickets is $20. Raffle drawing will take place later this year. WEDNESDAY 5•1•13 • Hike over four miles with the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society over the rolling hills of Wainscott to one of the highest points in East Hampton. Meet on Wainscott-Northwest Road (Daniels Hole Road) where the LIPA power line crosses the road, north of the East Hampton Airport at 10 AM. Call 631-725-3367 for further information.

Southampton WEDNESDAY 4•24•13 • The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce hosts a chamber dinner at Il Capuccino from 6 to 9 PM. $30 for chamber members and $35 for non-members. Includes salad, entrée and dessert. SATURDAY 4•27•13 • Help the Southampton Trails Preservation Society cleanup Narrow Lane from 8 to 9 AM. Meet on Narrow Lane and the corner of Bridgehampton/

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Sag Harbor Turnpike. Bring gloves. Call 631-745-0689 for more info. • Architects Gary Lawrance, Anne Surchin and the Southampton Historical Museum present an illustrated view into the great summer homes that made the Hamptons one of the premier resorts. “House of the Hamptons 1880-1930” starts at 2 PM. For reservations call 631-283-2494. • Dr. Ron Haliweil will discuss diet, exercise and lifestyle and will give a historical perspective to healthcare in “A Historical Perspective to Health Care” at the Fair Foods Farmers Market. Located at Christ Episcopal Church on the corner of East Union and Route 114 in Sag Harbor. Starts at noon. Call 212-644-2604 or email info@turtleshellhealth.com for more information. • The Southampton Trails Preservation Society hosts a kayak paddle around Mecox Bay from 10 AM to noon. Meet at the south end of the bulkhead near Flying Point Beach in Water Mill. Bring your own kayak or canoe and life jacket. Life jackets are mandatory. Call 631-726-7503.

SUNDAY 4•28•13 • Meet at the intersection of Old Sag Harbor Road and Water Mill Towd Road off Noyac Road for a moderately-paced hike to Elliston Park. See Split Rock, then a panoramic view of Peconic Bay with the Southampton Trails Preservation Society as they “hike the moraine.” 10 AM to noon. Rain cancels. 631-2830071 or 631-484-3816.

North Fork FRIDAY 4•26•13 • The Eastern Long Island Hospital hosts an auxiliary boutique sale. Refresh your spring wardrobe at the sale from 9 AM to 4 PM. For more info call 631-477-5196. SATURDAY 4•27•13 • The Drug Enforcement Administration scheduled a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day which will take place today from 10 AM to 2 PM. DEA agents will be located at the following locations from those times: Peconic Bay Medical Center (1300 Roanoke Avenue) and NY State Police (234 Riverleigh Avenue in Riverside). • The Southold Historical Society hosts its annual art auction. A variety of artworks by living local artists as well as those by historic artists will be available for purchase. $10 entry fee, includes win and hors d’oeuvres. The auction will be held at Castello di Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue. Begins at 7 PM. MONDAY 4•29•13 • The Riverhead Community Coalition for Safe and Drug-Free Youth will host a family and community forum at 7 PM at Riverhead High School entitled “Rx for Disaster: Get Smart about Prescription Painkillers and Over the Counter Drugs.”

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