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On Saturday evening the first ever Holiday House Hamptons had its open house which was presented by HC & G with proceeds benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Iris Dankner, Marianne Howatson, Kendell Cronstrom and Sabrina Dupre are pictured along with some designers including Donna Livingston, Ally Coulter, Eugenia Au Kim, Thom Felicia, Jennifer Duneier and Elizabeth Bolognino. The design house will be open Thursdays through Mondays through July 21.

Phoenix House hosted its annual summer party on Saturday, Triumph F o r Te e n s . T h e e v e n t recognized and celebrated the organization's 45th anniversary and its f o u n d e r, D r. M i t c h Rosenthal.  Donna D’Cruz provided the entertainment and Rosanna Scotto emceed the event. Pete Peterson and Joan Ganz Cooney chaired the event. Additional guests in attendance included Rose Marie Bravo, Tom Silverman, Tina Brown, Tony DiSanto, Charlie Walk and Lauran Walk, Linda and Mort Janklow, Howard and Alison Lutnick, Joel Schumacher, and Annette Tapert.


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The Stephen Talkhouse Enjoy live rock and funk music this week at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett. Tomorrow night the Henry Millers will play at 9, followed by the Montauk Project at 10, and Morning Temptation at 11 PM. Then on Friday listen to country singer Junior Brown at 8 and Little Head Thinks at 10 PM. If variety is what you’re looking for, come to industry night every Tuesday. There’s a variety of bands and DJ’s each week. The Surf Lodge The Summer Concert Series at the Surf Lodge in Montauk provides free live music every Saturday and Sunday night, June through August. Unwind with beautiful scenery and a variety of musicians. This week the series brings The Kopecky Family Band on Saturday, and Phosphorescent on Sunday. Doors open at 5 PM. Every Thursday (except July 4) Joe Delia & Thieves present the Montauk Blues Surfers series. Each week a different local artist will join the band. This week Alfredo Merat will be singing a few tunes with Joe

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Wolffer Sunset Fridays and Saturdays are at 5 PM at Wolffer Estate Vineyards wine stand in Sagaponack. Enjoy live music and wine. La Superica Two for one frozen margaritas are now available every Tuesday. Wednesday is 2 for 1 Mount Gay Rum mixed drinks at La Superica. Enjoy Rum Punch and Mexican favorites. 631-725-3388. Georgica Come in for happy hour every Friday from 6 PM to 9 PM at Georgica Restaurant & Lounge in Wainscott. Enjoy $1 oysters, $29 three-course prix-fix dinner, half priced bottles of wine, $5 drinks at the bar, and live acoustic music. Memory Motel Reggae in the yard will take place every Saturday at the Memory Motel in Montauk. 2 to 5 PM. Listen to laid back tunes by Winston Irie and much

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Suffolk Theater The Suffolk Theater in Riverhead presents The Fast Lane, New York’s Eagles tribute band this Friday. The show starts at 8 PM. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Then on Wednesday dance the night away at the 70s Explosion at 8 PM, with performances by 45 rpm and the Terri Hines Band. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. For more info contact the theater at 631727 or visit www.suffolktheater.com D’Canela The Hamptons Weekend Preview (variety showcase) kicks it each Friday from 5 to 7 PM at D’Canela, 195 Main St, Amagansett. It’s sponsored by Crossroads Music with give-aways provided by Innersleeve Records . . . no cover! Be sure to sign up for email blasts announcing each week’s artists when you stop by.

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Down The Rabbit Hole Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor presents “Down The Rabbit Hole” a solo show for Margo Selski. The show opens on Saturday and runs through July 25. Visit www.rjdgallery.com. Haim Mizrahi Haim Mizrahi will have a solo exhibition of paintings at the 4 North Main Gallery in Southampton. Opening reception from 3 to 9 PM on Saturday. The show will be on display through July 2. Hamptons Gallery Weekend Hamptons Galler y Weekend takes place Friday through Sunday at select galleries. The threeday weekend highlights art as a destination in the Hamptons with exhibitions, openings, receptions and performances. A percentage of the net sales will benefit The Retreat. Visit www.artwalkhamptons.com.

John Alexander Guild Hall in East Hampton p r e s e n t s J o h n A l e x a n d e r, a visionary artist whose paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints most often contain representational imagery that have surreal elements incorporated into their multi-layered narratives. The show runs Saturday through July 28. Visit www.guildhall. org.

Museum. The exhibit remains on view through August 2. Visit www. southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org.

Annika Connor QF - Quattlebaum Foretich Gallery in East Hampton presents Annika Connor’s solo painting exhibition, “The Hitchcock Kiss.” The show runs through Sunday. The Flower Show The Flower Show, paintings and drawings by Ronnie Chalif, Jennifer Cross, Felisa Dell, Sue Ferguson Gussow, Cornelia Foss, Alice Forman, Sheila Isham, Fay Lansner, Gerson Leiber, and William Rayner will open at the Southampton Cultural Center Levitas Center For The Arts, running through July 7. The show is curated by Arlene Bujese.

Beyond Pigment Karyn Mannix Contemporary presents “Beyond Pigment” at Hampton Hang Gallery in Water Mill on view from Friday through July 7. Works by Maria Bacardi, Charles McGill, Gabriele T. Raacke

Joel Perlman Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Joel Perlman’s sculptures, on display in the Frieda and Roy Furman Sculpture Garden. The scupltures will remain on display through October. Visit www.guildhall.org.

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. Through July 13. For more info visit www.parrishart.org.

Extraordinarily Ordinary! “Extraordinarily Ordinar y!” photography by Mallory Samson is on display at the Southampton Historical

Roots of MODERN Roots of MODERN Exhibit at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton runs through July 22.

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The Glory Of Sail “The Glory Of Sail,” an exhibition of classic yachts under sail by photographer Ed Gifford, will open on Saturday at Bruce Tait Yachts in Sag Harbor. The opening reception will take place from 5 to 8 PM.

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Artists & Writers East Hampton’s beloved Artists & Writers Softball Game will take to the field for its 65th annual game on August 17. In celebration, the Museum at Guild Hall opens “Artists & Writers: They Played in the Game.” The exhibition features many works from Guild Hall’s permanent collection of artists who have played in the game, along with works that are on loan. Wo r k s f r o m G u i l d H a l l ’s permanent collection of noted artist players such as Willem deKooning, Franz Kline, Warren Brandt, Jimmy Ernst, Eric Fischl, Ross Bleckner, Dan Flavin, Elaine deKooning, Balcomb Greene, Joan Mitchell, Bill King, Ibram Lassaw, Jackson Pollock, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Wilfred Zogbaum, Herman Cherry, Audrey Flack, Dan Christensen, Paul Davis, Eric Ernst, Ray Prohaska, Esteban Vicente, Bill Durham, Calvin Albert, Adolph Gottlieb, and Syd Solomon will be shown. The show runs through July 28. Visit www.guildhall.org.

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Beaches And Bays Gala Paying homage to the bounty and importance of the sea, and highlighting the importance of water quality, The Nature Conservancy in East Hampton celebrates its annual Beaches and Bays Gala on Saturday and kicks off a month-long exhibit of watercolor paintings entitled Ocean Fishes by artist James Prosek. Tickets start at $750 and can be purchased by calling 631-329-3981, ext. 19. Peconic Landing The Resident Art Committee of Peconic Landing, a continuing care retirement community, will host the opening gala reception of “The Rest is Art: A Celebration of the Bench as an Art Form,” in Peconic Landing’s permanent outdoor sculpture garden on the grounds of historic Brecknock Hall, 1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport on Sunday at 4 PM. Reservations are required and can be obtained by calling 631477-BLUE. 

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Farm To Table Dinner Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island presents a “Farm To Table Dinner” on Saturday starting at 6 PM. Proceeds from the dinner will support the operating expenses of the educational farm, cultural programs and the preservation of Shelter Island’s historically significant Sylvester Manor. For tickets call to RSVP by Friday to 631-749-0626. Stony Hill Stables The Stony Hill Stables Foundation, a not-for-profit organization with the express purpose of promoting equine sports through riding education and competitive opportunities for children and young adults in the local East End community, will host its second annual benefit cocktail party on Saturday from 6 to 8 PM. Tickets are priced at $125 for a single ticket, $200 for a couple. Tickets can be purchased in advance online. Visit www.stonyhillstables.com.   An Enchanted Evening An Enchanted Evening summer gala to benefit East End Hospice will take place at Sandacres Estates in Quogue on Saturday at 9 PM. For more info call 631-288-7080. Pet Philanthropy Join Christie Brinkley, NBC’s Jill

House Tour The Friends of the John Jermain Library sponsor their annual benefit fundraiser for the Library in Sag Harbor on July 5 with a house tour from 11 AM to 4 PM. It will feature five very different houses, from historic to modern. Four are in Sag Harbor Village and one is in neighboring North Haven. Tickets

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American Picnic The 26th Annual American Picnic with Fireworks by Grucci, benefitting the Southampton Fresh Air Home, a camp for physically challenged children, will take place on July 5 from 7 to 10 PM at 1030 Meadow Lane in Southampton. For tickets call 631-283-5847 or email tnaro@ sfah.org. Swim Across America Swim Across America to benefit Fighting Change will take place on July 6 at Fresh Pond in Amagansett. For more info visit www.easthamptonoceanrescue.org. Southold Historical Society The Southold Historical Society will host its 10th annual Summer Gala from 5 to 8 PM on July 13. The event will take place at the famous Floyd family mansion, Brecknock Hall, located in Greenport. Tickets for the fundraiser are $75 per person, and can be purchased at the Southold Historical Society Office, 54325 Main Road, Southold, opposite Rothman’s department store.  Cocktails On The Bay Cocktails on the Bay at the home of Diana Marbury on Main Street in East Moriches to benefit the First Presbyterian Church of East Moriches will take place on July 13 from 4 to 7 PM. They will serve small bites of local foods, wine, beer, and a signature cocktail. Advance sale of tickets only. $45 now through July 8. Call 631-255-0231.

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TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) You will need your sense of humor this week when what you think you should do bumps into what you want to do. A little laughter will take you far; try not to take things too seriously. GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Try to stay present, you know ‘be here now’ as they say. It may seem that there is much to worry about, but if you can be in this moment you will find things are just fine. Do some exercise to burn off the extra energy. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Trust a little bit more. Jupiter has just moved into your sign, so things will have the opportunity to expand and grow. Trusting in what you can’t see or what isn’t obvious will be the greater challenge. Give it a try. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) Expectations will jam you up this week. See if you can accept things as they are and

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move forward. It’s easy to get lost in all you don’t have and harder to stay in gratitude for what you do have, but give it a try. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Keep your head in a good place. Pay special attention to what you are thinking about. Where your mind goes, your emotions will follow. Staying in a good head will help everything feel better. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Follow your passion this week. Being moved by someone or something is a good reason to move in that direction. Trust those passions. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Whatever is delayed is delayed with some purpose behind it. Trust the delay. With Saturn in your sign, you will have to wait for it to turn around before the energy truly begins moving forward, so trust the moments when things seem too slow. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Friends and family and being in those warm cozy places are all highlighted, so seek them out and thoroughly enjoy them. Your ruler, Jupiter, moves into Cancer this week, meaning home and family bring great rewards. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) It’s all about priorities this week. You will need to be super clear on what matters most to you and where you want to be. There may be some hard choices to make; clear priorities are essential. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Take a walk. The energy swirling right now is so big and dynamic that it could get caught up in your body

Derek Jeter is not only New York’s favorite athlete, he’s become a national icon for playing the game of baseball the right way – that is, without taking performance enhancing drugs. For Jeter, being a good teammate and winning games has always been more important than individual fame, and ironically, that is what he has become famous for. But Jeter, who recently turned 39, is in a race against time. He broke his ankle last October, and though he vowed to be ready for opening day this season, he has suffered two setbacks and still hasn’t begun playing. If he can come back, Jeter will presumably pick up his assault on the record book – he currently has 3304 hits, the 10th most in the history of baseball. Before his injury he was aiming at Pete Rose’s record, 4256 hits. He has been named an All Star 13 times, has won five Gold Glove awards, five Silver Slugger awards, and has five championship rings. He has been at his best when it matters most – in the World Series. He has a .351 batting average in the postseason. Jeter also has an all-star resume in the Dating Game. He’s squired the likes of Mariah Carey, Miss Universe, Jessica Biel, and Minka Kelley, and for years kept a bachelor’s pad at Trump Tower. Jeter is known for his unselfishness, his knowledge of the game, and his commitment to winning, traits he exhibited even as a teenager in Michigan. The noted baseball scout Hal Newhouser scouted young Jeter extensively and wrote up a ringing endorsement of the youngster, urging the team he worked for, the Houston Astros, to take Jeter with the first pick of the draft. When they didn’t, Newhouser quit the game in disgust. The player the Astros chose ahead of Jeter had a mediocre big league career. Jeter intends to return to the Yankees next month. In the meantime, he is a fixture on television as a pitchman for Ford, Nike, Gatorade, and Discover card, among many others. A 2011 Nielsen study ranked Jeter as the most marketable player in baseball, noting his sincerity, approachability, experience, and influence. resulting in anxiety. If you are feeling all weird, take a walk or just DO something. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Trust your intuition. You are probably having all these weird feelings and if you can’t put your finger on what is going on, then search a little deeper and challenge original assumptions to see if the whispers from the Universe reveal themselves. NOTE: If you were born at the end or beginning of a sign, read the sign

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Comedy Colin Quinn Bay Street Theatre‘s Comedy Club, sponsored by Madison & Main Restaurant and Bar, continues Saturday with Colin Quinn's Unconstitutional. Tickets are $62 for members or $69 for non-member. Visit www.baystreet.org. Neal Feinberg On Tuesday comedian-actor Neal Feinberg stars in Fully Committed, the hilarious one man show (in which the actor plays 40 characters) written by Becky Mode and directed by Rob McCaskill at Guild Hall in East Hampton at 8 PM. Visit www. guildhall.org.

Film The Doors Guild Hall presents a screening of The Doors: Live at the Bowl ‘68 on Sunday at 8 PM. Visit www. guildhall.org.

Music Opera Of The Hamptons Opera of the Hamptons presents “Cristina Fontanelli and her Fabulous Friends” at Duckwalk Vineyards North in Southold on Saturday at 7 PM. Call 631-728-8804 for tickets. Perlman Music The Perlman Music Program presents an Alumni Recital with Nicole Leon on violin on Friday at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island at 7:30 PM. To purchase tickets call 212877-5045 or email specialevents@ perlmanmusicprogram.org.

Theatre The Mystery Of Irma Vep Bay Street Theatre presents The Mystery Of Irma Vep, written by Charles Ludlam and directed by Kenneth Elliott, as the second

production in its 2013 summer Mainstage season. The show runs from Tuesday through July 28. Visit www.baystreet.org.

Upright Citizens Brigade Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company featuring Lauren Adams, James McCarthy, Patrick Noth and Alan Starzinski will be at Guild Hall on Saturday at 8 PM. Visit www. guildhall.org.

Words Bad Boy Eric Fischl book signing and conversation with Phyllis Tuchman for the book Bad Boy by Eric Fischl and Michael Stone will take place at Guild Hall tonight at 7 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org. Rene Auberjonoi A staged reading by Rene Auberjonois as Tom Wolfe in Big Bad Wolfe will take place at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Friday at 8 PM. Visit www.guildhall.org.  Roger Rosenblatt Roger Rosenblatt will have a reading and book signing at Guild Hall on Sunday at 11 AM. Visit www.guildhall.org.

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Montauk Library 631-668-3377 SATURDAY 6•29•13 • Classical violinist David Podles will perform from 7:30 to 9:30 PM. He will play an homage to Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Haydn, Vivaldi and Tchaikovsky. • The Montauk Village Association will hold its annual meeting today from 10:30 AM to noon. East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 THURSDAY 6•27•13 • Computer First Grade for Grownups will take place today from 2 to 4 PM. Adults will learn how to work with text including inputting, inserting, moving, and erasing, learn basic word processing skills, and understand files and commands. SATURDAY 6•29•13 • This week the Saturday book discussion will discuss Edible Stories by Mark Kurlansky. The discussion will take place from 10:30 to 11:30 AM. TUESDAY 7•3•13 • The children’s workshop will take part in the Patriotic Paper Flag Craft. Children age four and up will make paper flags for the Fourth of July. Call to register. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810

SATURDAY 6•29•13 • Author Richard Gambino will be holding a lecture on famous writer Walt Whitman at 10:30 AM. He will discuss Whitman’s work and inspiring views as a writer and poet. Admission is free. • Oscar-winning documentary short Inocente will be shown at 6 PM. The short tells the story of teenage girl Inocente and her struggles as a homeless child. A short discussion with the producer and Amagansett resident, Dr. Susan Maclaury follows. The Hampton Library at Bridgehampton 631-537-0015 THURSDAY 6•27•13 • The first ever ToastHampton meeting will take place today at 6 PM. Learn and develop your communication, public speaking, and leadership skills. • Kids grades six and up are welcome to join in the Fabric Scrap Flip-Flops craft at 2 PM. Turn boring flip-flops into wearable works of art. Bring Flip-flops. Advance registration required. SATURDAY 6•29•13 • Families and kids are welcome to join in the Salsa Salsa fun today from 2 to 3 PM. Learn how to make salsa, dance the salsa, and have a good time. • A concert series will take place today in the library’s back yard at 3 PM. Begin the weekend relaxing and listening to local musicians. WEDNESDAY 7•3•13 • "Read, White and Blue kids" program will take place from 2 to 3 PM. Children will celebrate their independence and use their creative side through

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Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0074 THURSDAY 6•27•13 • The Young Adult Summer Club Reading Kickoff Party will take place from 3 to 4 PM. Children and teens are welcome to come to the Morris Meeting room for ice cream floats and games. FRIDAY 6•28•13 • The first summer craft day begins today. Make your own beach bag using duct tape along with other fun materials. Children and teens are welcome. The craft time takes place from 4 to 5 PM. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 SATURDAY 6•29•13 • A library book sale will take place from 9 AM to 2 PM. Gently used books may be donated. MONDAY 7•1•13 • Prizes for programs start today. Take part in as many programs as possible and you will receive a raffle ticket for each program. You will be in the running for a $25 gift card. The winner will be announced August 23. Shelter Island Public Library 631 749-0042 SATURDAY 7•2•13 • The annual field trip to Taylor’s Island will take place from 11 AM to 2:30 PM. Call to reserve your spot.

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Mattituck-Laurel Library 631-298-4134 THURSDAY 6•27•13 • A Pre-Licensing class will take place today from 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Ages 16 and up are eligible to take this five hour class to prepare them for future road tests. Must bring a NYS Learner’s Permit. Pre-register at the reference desk. FRIDAY 6•28•13 • The film Quartet will be shown at 1:30 PM. Admission is free. Rated PG-13. • The library will host a special Free Cardio Kickboxing class today at 6:15 PM. To join for nine additional classes, it’s $20 for local Mattituck teens, and $45 for adults and out-of-district teens. MONDAY 7•1•13 • A new six-week session of low impact dance aerobics will start today from 9 to 10:30 AM. Get healthy with choreographed aerobic movement to the music of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s. Bring a mat, pair of dumbbells (3 to 5 lbs.) and a water bottle to class. $35/Mattituck-Laurel residents; $38.50/out-of-district. Register in advance at the Circulation Desk. Quogue Library 631-653-4224 • An author lecture and book signing will take place today at 3 PM. Author Christopher Collora of Long Island: Historic Houses of the South Shore will be discussing his book.

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East Hampton WEDNESDAY 6•26•13 • Democratic candidates for East Hampton Town offices will host a “listen in” forum designed to solicit feedback from hamlet residents at Ashawagh Hall in Springs tonight at 6:45 PM. THURSDAY 6•27•13 • A farmer’s market, sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce, is held on the green every Thursday from 9 AM to 2 PM. • Ross School hosts an open house at its Upper School in East Hampton from 1:30 to 3:30 PM. Meet administrators and tour the campus. Refreshments will be served. • The East Hampton Chamber of Commerce hosts a morning coffee get-together from 8:30 to 9:30 AM at Hamptons Home and Patio in Wainscott. Call 631324-0362 to save a seat. • Sandcastle contests are held every Thursday morning from 9:30 to 10:30 at Hither Hills State Park. FRIDAY 6•28•13 • Spinning, yoga, and pickle ball are just three of the offerings at the Montauk Playhouse today. Visit the Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation website to see a full calendar of classes. SATURDAY 6•29•13 • The Springs Farmer’s Market is held each Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM at Ashawagh Hall. • If skies are clear, bring your family and friends to a free Star Party at the Ross School in East Hampton. Explore the night sky with Montauk Observatory astronomers Dr. Mike Inglis and Sean Tvelia. Montauk Observatory telescopes will be available and personal telescopes are also welcome. All star parties begin at 8:30 PM. If skies are overcast, the star party will be rescheduled. The Ross School is located at Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton. • Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for its Nancy Kane Memorial Hike, held in honor of a steadfast member who passed away last year. Leader Eva Moore will re-create one of Kane’s favorite hikes along the trail through Jacob’s Farm and into Green River Cemetery. Meet at Red Dirt Road about a quarter mile off Accabonac Highway in Springs. Call 631-238-5134 with questions. SUNDAY 6•30•13 • There will be a campaign kickoff event for Carl Irace, running for East Hampton Town Justice, from 3 to

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5 PM at the Surfside Inn, located at 685 Old Montauk Hwy in Montauk. Admission will be $50 at the door and will feature hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Checks can be made out to The Friends for Carl Irace. 

MONDAY 7•1•13 • The Montauk Point Lighthouse & Gift Shop is open daily from 10:30 AM to 5:30 PM, with tours of the historic landmark available. For more information call The Lighthouse at 631-668-2544. • Concerts on the green in Montauk kick off this week with acoustic covers by Ray Red. 6:30 PM. WEDNESDAY 7•3•13 • An open mic on the green in Montauk, hosted by the chamber of commerce, will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 PM on the Main Street sward. Email Ray Red at rayred77@yahoo.com with “Montauk Open Mic” in the subject line to apply for a spot. A professional sound system, 2 microphones and one “house guitar” will be available.

Southampton WEDNESDAY 6•26•13 • Step right up and check out the “Start of Summer” carnival on the Elks Lodge grounds located on County Road 39 in Southampton. 6 to 10 PM tonight and every night through Sunday. THURSDAY 6•27•13 • The SAGE East End mingle, a social group for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender seniors and their friends meets from 3 to 5 PM at the Hampton Bays Senior Center on Ponquogue Road in Hampton Bays. • The South Fork Community Health Initiative sponsors a Lyme Disease lecture by Dr. Rajeev Fernando at 11 AM at the Bridgehampton Senior Center. Call 631-537-3027 to reserve a spot in this free event. FRIDAY 6•28•2013 • There’s a farmer’s market at the Hayground School on Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton every Friday from 3 to 5 PM through Labor Day. • Certified instructors will provide an introduction to kayaking for kids aged 10 and up on Old Ice Pond at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. 2 to 3:30 PM. $35. Advance registration and payment required. Call 631-653-4771. SATURDAY 6•29•13 • Learn how to raise chickens in your own backyard during a presentation offered at the Sag Harbor Farmer’s Market at 11 AM. SHFM is open every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM through October.

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It’s located at Bay and Burke Streets in the Harbor. • The East Quogue Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary hosts a Chinese auction from 3 to 8 PM at FD headquarters on Montauk Highway. • Host to over 45 vendors, the Westhampton Beach Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM in the village parking lot on Mill Road. • A Fine Art & Craft Show sponsored by the South Fork Craftsmen’s Guild will be held at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church. 10 AM to 6 PM. • Take a family forest walk to Wolf Swamp with the South Fork Natural History Museum at 10 AM. Call the museum for reservations and meeting place. No charge for SoFo members. Nonmembers pay $7 for adults, $5 for kids between 12 and 3 years old. Fee includes admission to the museum for the day. • Celebrate the tenth anniversary of the East Quogue Village Green with four hours of live music, activities for the kids and foods from local purveyors. Noon to 4 PM on the Green at the corner of Montauk Highway and Lewis Road. • The Southampton Rose Society hosts its garden tour from 10 AM to 4 PM. Celebrate the tenth anniversary of the rose garden at Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton Village and tour five spectacular estate gardens in Southampton. Call 631-740-4732 for ticket information.

SUNDAY 6•30•13 • A classic car show and adoptathon will be held at Bideawee on Old Country Road in Westhampton from 9 AM to 4 PM. • A lecture entitled “The Challenges of Deer” will be presented at Marders on Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton from 10 AM to 11 AM. • Learn how easy and fun it is to make homefermented foods at a cooking class at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton at 4 PM. $25. Register by calling Nadia Ernestus at 631-379-7714. • The Southampton Chamber of Commerce hosts a farmers market in the west side grounds of Southampton Center, Jobs Lane, from 9 AM to 2 PM.

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SATURDAY 6•29•13 • Riverhead’s annual cardboard boat race begins at noon on the Peconic Riverfront, with regattas for youth, single occupants, a pontoon or barge race and a final category entitled “anything goes.” • The Shelter Island Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday from 9 AM to 12:30 PM on 16 South Ferry Road. For more info contact the Shelter Island Historical Society at 631-749-0025. • The Greenport Farmer’s Market takes place from 9 AM to 1 PM in the market lot on 1st Street. • In Riverhead, a farmer’s market is held along the boardwalk at the Peconic Riverfront every Saturday at 10:30 AM. • A classic car show will be held from 11 AM to 3 PM on the grounds of the Haven’s House Museum on South Ferry Road in Shelter Island. SUNDAY 6•30•13 • The Riverhead Rocks Olympic Distance Triathlon takes place at 6:40 AM. The event begins with a 1.5K swim in the Peconic River, then a 40K bike ride and a 10K run. For more info, visit www.riverheadrocks.com. TUESDAY 7•2•2013 • The Greenport Fourth of July Carnival begins today on Moore’s Lane.

MONDAY 7•1•13 • Families with children in K-5th grade are invited every Monday to participate in active play, enjoy arts and crafts, basketball, music, pizza parties and swimming, with $1 snacks available for purchase at the David Crohan Community Center on Flanders Road. 5 to 8:30 PM. WEDNESDAY 7•3•13 • The Southampton Cultural Center sponsors free outdoor concerts every Wednesday at 6:30 PM at either Coopers Beach or Agawam Park. The series kicks off tonight with The Lone Sharks at Coopers Beach.

North Fork THURSDAY 6•27•13 • Classic car cruise nights are held on the Peconic Riverfront in Riverhead every Thursday from 5 to 9 PM. Free admission.

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Coming Soon * I’m So Excited (R ) Pedro Almodóvar’s off-kilter, oddball comedy/drama about an airborne passenger plane with severe technical problems isn’t for everyone, but the great filmmakers genius is surely at work here – somewhere. Try it.

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Side Effects Steven Soderbergh (sex, lies, and videotape) crafts a deeply complex and often disturbing medical-psychological thriller about a woman (Rooney Mara) whose world turns ugly after she is prescribed an anti-anxiety drug. Channing Tatum, as her husband, is terrific. Jude Law, as the psychiatrist, is also superb. This movie is extremely ambitious and difficult to follow, but the payoff is substantial.

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Monsters University (G) Wherein we learn how Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan became such good buds. Unfortunately, the prequel from Pixar isn’t nearly as good as the original. Billy Crystal is back as the voice of Mike, with John Goodman doing Sully. World War Z (PG-13) Brad Pitt stars as a UN employee tracking a deadly pandemic. Director Marc Forster (Marc Foster) takes some chances, and the screenplay strays considerable from the book’s storyline. Still, when you have a zillion dollar budget you’re going to come up with some interesting special effects, and the sets are magnificent. Typical summer blockbuster fare. Man Of Steel (PG-13) Remember Superman? He’s baaaaa-ack. This time around Henry Cavill plays the title role, but he is really (spoiler alert!) Clark Kent/Superman. It features a formidable cast including Kevin Costner, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, and Amy Adams as a bewitching Lois Lane. With its spectacular special effects and absorbing dialogue, this film is destined to become a megablockbuster. Enjoy Hollywood at its

The Internship (PG-13) Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, who bonded in The Wedding Crashers, seek to recapture the magic in this intermittently funny effort from Shawn Levy (Date Night). The pair makes loveable buddies, and if you buy in to that, you’ll enjoy this film. Much Ado About Nothing (PG-13) Joss Whedon (Cabin In The Woods) takes on The Bard, giving the classic comedy a contemporary spin. As is always the case, Shakespeare aficionados will make up the core audience and will either love or hate it. Amy Acker and Alexia Denisof star. The Kings Of Summer (R) Three friends decide to live off the land and build a house in the wilderness. The darling of Sundance, the film arrives amid much hype and manages by and large to live up to it. There are some bumps, but it is absorbing and multi-faceted – credit first time director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and screenwriter Chris Galletta. Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, and Moises Arias co-star. The Hangover Part III (R) It’s really, really, bad, but you already knew that, didn’t you?

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2013 Chefs Dinner Top Manhattan and Hamptons chefs will be featured at the 2013 Chefs Dinner this summer in the Bridgehampton. The much-anticipated event now in its ninth year will be held on Sunday, July 28 starting at 5:30 PM on Hayground School’s campus as a benefit for Hayground School’s Jeff’s Kitchen and the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund.  The event will include a cocktail party from 5:30 to 7:30 PM featuring notable Manhattan chefs as well as top local chefs preparing tastings using local bounty. Confirmed cocktail chefs at this year’s event include: Josh Capon (Lure Fish Bar); Arjun Achuthan (Hayground School), Tom Colicchio/Ty Kotz (Topping Rose House), Bryan Futerman (Foody’s); Joel Hough (Il Bucco), Jason Weiner (Almond), Matt Michel (Rolling in

Dough Pizza); Joe Realmuto (Nick & Toni's), Davie Simmons (Uptown Juice Bar), Cheryl Stair (Art of Eating), Roy Wohlars (The RiverheadProject) and Christian Mir (Stone Creek Inn). Sponsors include Kona-Ice, Blue Parrot, ZICO Pure Premium Coconut Water, VerTerra, PLAIN-T, Greenport Brewing Company, Cr ystal Head Vodka, Wolffer Vineyards, Channing Daughters Winery, Diplomatico Rum, Nestle Waters/San Pellegrino and ShawRoss International Importers. During the cocktail party there will be live music by Lily and the Parlor Tricks and a silent art auction featuring renowned artists. There will also be demos in the newly expanded Jeff’s Kitchen by TV host and chef George Hirsch and Aesop Skin Care. The VIP dinner following the

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cocktail party will be held at the home of Toni Ross from 7:30 to 10 PM. The dinner, honoring four-star chef Eric Ripert, will feature a fourcourse meal prepared by a select few of the participating chefs and paired with wines by Aldo Sohm (Sommelier – Le Bernardin). Confirmed chefs include the following: Claudia Fleming (North Fork Table and Inn), Justin Smillie (Il Bucco Alimentari e Vineria), Michael Cavaniola (Cavaniola’s Gourmet Cheese Shop), Kerry Heffernan (Finalist “Top Chef Masters” season 4); Steffan Karlsson (Fond- Gothenburg, Sweden) and Taku Sato (Nobu57). Products from D’Artagnan and Fishers Island Oysters will also be featured. A portion of the produce used in sit down dinner will be sourced from Hayground School’s Slow Foods Greenhouse. There will also be a live auction following the dinner featuring exclusive culinary and travel packages. The “Meet the Chefs” Cocktails and Tastings party will be held in a festive tent on the Hayground School beautiful grounds as well as in the newly expanded Jeff’s Kitchen. The event will feature live music, a silent art auction, bountiful tastings by top chefs, specialty drinks and NEW this year exciting demonstrations in Jeff’s Kitchen. Tickets for the cocktail party only are $175 per person. Tickets for the dinner and the cocktail party are $1,000.

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Tickets for children will be available for $40, which includes kids dinner and creative childcare by Hayground Camp counselors. The Chefs Dinner series is the primar y fundraiser for Bridgehampton’s own Hayground School and an annual tribute to the late Jeff Salaway, a widely respected and beloved restaurateur and one of the school’s co-founders.  Since it’s inception, this event has raised over $1,000,000 for Jeff’s Kitchen and the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. Toni Ross, who was also the late Salaway’s wife says, “Jeff believed that the growing, preparation and sharing of food is a primal human experience and the foundation of family and community.”  Jeff’s Kitchen is a full service professional kitchen and classroom fitted with top-of-the-line Viking appliances and a new pizza oven. Classes in nutrition, food science and cooking are held there for both children and adults. Completing the facility, recently a professional Farmtek greenhouse was erected by Hayground students, staff and friends with funds provided by Slow Food. Tickets may be purchase online at http://www.greatchefsdinner. com. For more event information or to purchase tickets by phone contact Samantha Dettmer at 631537-7068 x113 or email at info@ greatchefsdinner.org.

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Sen Lunch Sen in Sag Harbor is open for lunch from noon to 2:30 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Navy Beach Navy Beach celebrates Independence Day with live music by Nancy Atlas on July 4 from 5 to 7 PM. The annual display of Grucci fireworks will follow at 9 PM off Umbrella Beach. Navy Beach in Montauk will host

an American Summer Riviera themed beach and boat weekend on July 13 and July 14 from noon until sunset. Come by sea and anchor your boat in the protected waters of Fort Pond Bay (NOS Station 8510560, 41° 02’ 45.11” N, -71° 57’ 44.8”W) or come by land and enjoy two afternoons of a guest DJ, live music and more. Starting at 3 PM on both days guests will enjoy the “chilled beach sounds” of DJ Nicole Zanatta, and starting at 5 PM on Sunday, local reggae favorite Winston Irie will play a live sunset set.  Ferretti Group America will arrive in style– bywater–showcasing one of their eight prestigious yacht brands over the weekend. The restaurant will feature a special Chandon American Summer Pairing menu all weekend.

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Fresh Owner-chef Todd Jacobs designed the Fresh in Bridgehampton menu to include options for everyone’s dietary needs. Gluten is a protein complex found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale. A gluten-free diet may be doctor recommended or a personal choice, but Fresh provides

Lobster Bake Lobster Bake on Gurney's Inn's new sea deck, overlooking the ocean includes 1 /12 lb lobster (per person), all-you-can-eat BBQ, salad bar, shrimp, dessert table and more. $52 per person. Does not include tip and tax. Call 631-668-2660 for reservations or log on to Open Table: every wednesday, beginning at 6 PM.

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Ingredients 4 avocados 1 lime 1/2 shallot (minced) 1/2 cup cilantro chopped 1 tbsp salt 1/4 cup olive oil

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Sundays serving lunch and brunch from 12:00 to 3:00 Serving dinner menu all day Sunday prix-fixe, three course $24.95 all day Award winning complimentary garlic rolls Fresh local seafood and delicious salads Outdoor Dining Reservations four or more Gluten-Free Menu Available Private Rooms for Parties Open 7 Nights at 5:30 for Dinner 30 MADISON STREET, SAG HARBOR, NY • 631-725-2747

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Method Scoop the avocado from it's skin and discard the pit.  Place the avocado in a mixing bowl with the juice of the lime and all the olive oil and smash together with a fork. When you have reached your desired consistency, mix in the shallot, salt and cilantro. Pair with your favorite chip and enjoy.

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