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Hampton Daze was a sponsor for “High Heel Madness,” a Pamela Quinzi Fashion Show, at The Empire State Building on October 5. The event, produced by DEG Production, was hosted by AJ Calloway of NBC’s “Extra.”

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Night Moves Peconic Bay Winery The Peconic Bay Winer y in Cutchogue hosts a weekly open mic night every Thursday from 6 to 9 PM with MC Rocky DiVello. Like them on Facebook for more info on weekly events.

Dick Johansson Dick Johansson album release show with The Highlanders featuring Randolph Hudson III, Klyph Black, Mariann Megna, James Bernard, and special guest Caroline Doctorow will take place at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett this Sunday at 8 PM. Visit www.stephentalkhouse.com. 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. Wolffer Candlelight Fridays begin this week from 5 to 8 PM at the winery in Sagaponack. This week enjoy music by Certain Moves.

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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.

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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.

Long Island Sound The Long Island Sound Chorus will have its annual show at the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in East Hampton at 7 PM Saturday evening. Tickets are $20. Call 631-267-6510 for tickets or purchase them at the door.

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 631-668-2345.

Mambo Loco Mambo Loco will perform at 75 Main in Southampton with DJ Fino and DJ Chile on Friday at 10 PM.

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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 AM. Happy hour is from 5:30 to 7 PM. For event updates visit www. facebook.com/PhaoThaiKitchen. Open Mic Night Every Wednesday Johnny B hosts an Open Mic Night at the Quogue East Pub from 9 PM to midnight. Sign up is at 8 PM. For more info call 631-653-6677. 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.

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Daniel Becker pleads for “the right to think” in Inherit the Wind , now playing at the Southampton Cultural Center.

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The Picture Show Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor presents “The Picture Show” with a screening of Bette Davis in Jezebel on Oct. 26 at 8 PM. For the $28 “Dinner and a Movie” prix-fixe dinner package, call The American Hotel at 631-725-3535, Dockside at 631-725-7100 or Il Capuccino at 631-725-2747.

Inherit the Wind Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center presents Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee’s, Inherit the Wind, through October 28 Thursdays through Sundays. General admission is $22. For tickets call Southampton Cultural Center at 631287-4377, or visit www.scc-arts.org.

Comedy The Viola Question The Viola Question, Yale’s youngest comedy group, will take the stage at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor Saturday at 8 PM. Tickets are $10. Visit www.baystreet.org.

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Bad Jokes “Bad Jokes,” an exhibition examining a wide scope of humor, criticism and wit, is open at The Silas Marder Gallery in Bridgehampton. The show is curated by Silas’ younger brother, Tucker Marder, a recent graduate of Pratt Institute. The exhibition includes ambitious new works by exciting emerging artists along with some of the most influential artists of our time showcased along with satirical outdoor puppet shows, installations and film screenings. Works by old masters such as Honore Daumier, Francisco Goya and Pieter Bruegel will be shown alongside contemporaries such as David Shrigley, Carsten Holler and Mike Kelly. The show will run through November 18. For more info visit www.silasmarder.com. Vered Gallery Vered Gallery opens its new exhibition “Needful Things.” 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.

Alex Da Corte, Sarah Dornner, Amy Granat, Jesse Hamerman, Joseph Hart, Adam McEwen, Ned Vena, and JD Walsh. The show will be on display through November 11. Call 631-604-5770.

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 Churchexhibits paintings at Julian Beck Fine Paintings Gallery in Bridgehampton. The show runs through November 30. For more info call 631-613-6200. 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 Galler y in Greenport. The show is on display through Monday. For more info visit www.thesouthstreetgallery.com. Drawing Room The Drawing Room in East Hampton presents artists Jennifer Bartlett and Raja Ram Sharma through October 29. For more info visit www.drawingroom-gallery. com.

Shadowed Dreams Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor presents a group show, “Shadowed Dreams” with artists Donato Giancola, Phillip Thomas, Harriet Sawyer, Zachary Sixth Sax Thornton, Jeff Aeling, Stephen The Halsey Mckay Gallery in Hoedecker, Christina Petersson, Kyla East Hampton presents “Sixth Sax” Zoe Rafert, and Frank Oriti. The curated by Patrick Brennan featuring show is on display through October artists Colby Bird, Ned Colclough, 25. Visit www.rjdgallery.com.  

Artist Of The Week Alyce Peifer - Sunrise on Gerard Drive 24 x 18 oil on canvas Alyce Peifer has exhibited extensively in the North and South Forks as well as New York City. The light reflected on the bays, the ocean, and the farm vistas are evident in her landscape and seascape paintings. Artists: To submit your artwork for consideration email jessica@indyeastend.com.


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See CTREE The Center for Therapeutic Riding of the East End, is holding an open house today and tomorrow from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM. It will take place at Wolffer Estate Stables in the reception area and indoor arena, 41 Narrow Lane East, Sagaponack. The event will be held rain or shine. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the staff, riders and horses; observe actual therapeutic riding lessons; and learn how this amazing program helps children and adults with cognitive, emotional or physical disabilities. Instructors, volunteers, parents, and board members will be on hand to answer questions

and provide information. Light refreshments will be served. For more information on C T R E E ’s O p e n H o u s e We e k , riding, volunteering, or scholarship application, contact Managing Director, Karen Bocksel, at karen@ ctreeny.org, 631-779-2835, or visit www.ctreeny.org.

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 Saturday. The run starts on Main Street in Riverhead. Check in starts at 8 AM. For more info visit www.riverheadfoundation.org. Run For Ross Ross School presents its first annual Run for Ross 5K run/walk on Sunday at 10 AM. The flat course will begin and end at East Hampton’s popular Main Beach and run along a prime oceanfront and hedge-lined estate section of East Hampton. The race will be professionally timed; all registered runners will receive stateof-the-art disposable chips attached to participants’ bibs to record timing results. For more info and to register visit www.ross.org/run. Art Auction For Tim A fundraiser for Tim Lee, who was diagnosed last year with esophageal cancer, will be held October 24 at 6 PM at Ashawagh Hall in Springs, where his family has roots dating back to 1953. There will be food,

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music by Nancy Atlas, and art, plus other items for sale. Suggested donation: $20. Want to contribute food or auction items in advance? Call Dee at 516-848-7603.

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. Real Men Wear Pink A group of locals, headed by Southampton Hospital volunteer and East Hampton Village’s deputy mayor Barbara Borsack, a breast cancer survivor herself, have put together a benefit -- October 27, 5 to 7 PM at the South Fork Country Club in Amagansett -- with silent auction items like a golf foursome at The Bridge, a golf outing at the Maidstone Club, and over two dozen other big ticket items – to raise funds for three local cancer organizations. All the proceeds will go toward: Lucia’s Angels which provides services from babysitting, massages, grocery shopping, help with heating bills, and more for women on the East End with late-stage breast, ovarian, cervical, and uterine cancer, The Coalition for Women’s Cancers at Southampton Hospital, a local,

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all-volunteer group creating and sustaining a supportive network for women affected by breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers, and its focus is on early detection and empowerment to bring about better health care and an improved quality of life, and The Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Southampton Hospital, which offers a wide spectrum of breast health services, including education, early detection screenings, and breast cancer treatment and support. The event is dedicated to the memory of Teresa Montant, who passed away on October 27 of last year. She had been aggressively working toward legislation that would help identify women with dense breast tissue as a likely cancer risk. There are a limited number of tickets ($100) available, but raffle tickets are available as well. Call 631-324-0803 for tickets and further information. 

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Pajama Party CAST (Community Action Southold Town) will host its 4th Annual Pajama Party on November 19 at the Townsend Manor Inn in Greenport from 5 to 7 PM. CAST serves all low-income residents on the North Fork spanning from Orient Point to Laurel. CAST is looking for pajamas to accommodate over 100 children. For more information visit www.castsoutholdtown.org.

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Today’s Birthday: Evel Knievel, 1938 The world had never seen anyone like Robert Craig “Evel” Knievel, who put his life on the line in front of millions of television viewers more than a few times. His game: trying to go airborne on his Harley, jumping over some unimaginable obstacles, and landing on a ramp at the other side. Sometimes he made it, sometimes he didn’t. Originally, Knievel limited himself to making nearimpossible motorcycle jumps, attracting large crowds and eventually the television networks. In a career that spanned 25 years (he retired in 1980) Knievel managed to set a Guinness Book record for “Most Bones Broken In A Lifetime” – 432, to be exact. As his stardom grew, Knievel was forced to come up with ever-increasingly dangerous stunts. In 1974 he attempted to “jump” the Snake River Canyon in a steam-powered rocket. The canyon was 6,000-feet deep and 18 miles wide. Knievel had barely become airborne when a parachute deployed, bringing the rocket down just a few feet from the river, where he would have likely drowned. In 1975 he set the dubious record of jumping 14 buses on his motorcycle, just months after failing to clear 13 in front of 90,000 in England. In typical style, he was seriously injured in the resulting crash. Despite his financial success, Knievel ended up in jail, convicted of assaulting the promoter of the Snake Canyon River jump, who had written a book about the event. Upon his release he planned to jump a tank full of Killer Sharks, but canceled the show when a policeman was injured during rehearsals. Knievel eventually went bankrupt, explaining, “I earned $60 million and spent $62 million.” At first thought it would seem the world would never see another daredevil the likes of Evel Knievel, but along came his son, Robbie, to try his hand, attempting several jumps every bit as implausible as his daddy tried. Knievel Sr. served as trainer and mentor. He died in 2007 and was buried in his hometown, Butte, Montana. Two of his jumps were among the highest rated shows in the history of TV’s “Wide World Of Sports.”

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ARIES (Mar. 20 - Apr. 20) With so much energy moving through your sign it is best to keep yourself focused on the glass half full. Things will keep changing no matter what you do. Why not enjoy what you can in all that is going on and allow the other stuff to keep moving along? What is, is exactly right for now. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 21) Getting all serious about things will not be helpful. Your ego may be getting caught up in small things that really don’t matter in the big picture. Take a second look at whatever pet peeve is rising to the surface and ask yourself, “Does this really matter?” I mean, really? GEMINI (May 21 - June 22) Trust yourself and keep your own counsel. Others may not be able to give you clean advice, so trusting your own perspective within a situation will be the better choice. You are the only one that knows everything going on. Trust yourself. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) Why not try some new ways of getting your point across to those around you? In some situations your old routines and old ways of making a point may not work. This is the perfect time to try out some new styles and new ways of talking. Communicate in bigger, more expansive terms for a start. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 23) What is done is done. If you know something is finished, step away and be done. This is a great time to tie up loose ends and finish all those dangling projects. Everything new is born in the completion of the old. Complete projects up or give them away or throw them out. Be done with the old stuff. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 23) Excellent time to bring balance back into your life. Think balanced and simple. Venus is in your sign providing the opportunity for everything to be lovely, so take advantage of this balancing and beautifying energy and keep yourself centered. You may want to buy new pillows for the sofa or add something else beautiful to your environment. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Your negotiating skills, which are always good, are amped up this week, so do all your negotiating now. Keep yourself detached from outcomes and come to the table armed with the truth. Then allow things to go however they go. Your job is to stay in the truth.

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SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 22) Ah, peace of mind. It is all about making choices that will enhance your peace of mind. If a situation is becoming overly complicated, it may be time to walk away. If you have to make yourself crazy to get someone to understand you then it may not be worth it. Do what you need to do to stay peaceful on the inside. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21) Delays may be happening and the energy has been so fluid recently that these delays may seem more frustrating than they normally would. Take this into account as you meet situations. This is a blip on the screen and any delays will be short and necessary, so embrace them. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 - Jan. 20) Change is happening and it begins now. Look for ways to move into new situations as this energy shifts. Anything which is changing now makes sense from all that has come before, so your job is to go with the changes rather than resist them. Change is good. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Trust your intuition and give special attention to your dreams. External situations may be very chaotic or very fast-paced. It would serve you to develop an inner place where you can go when things get too crazy. Meditation or simply finding a happy place may help during the wacky times. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20) Time for things to come together. If you have been waiting for the perfect time to pick up that art or creative project, this is the time. Creativity comes to the forefront; find something fun to do where you can express this energy. Resist the urge to scrutinize or overanalyze a situation.

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* Miles Top Pick Visit indyeastend.com for up to the minute theater listings and show times.

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Here’s a list of new programs at local libraries. Check in with your local branch for ongoing programs.

Montauk Library 631-668-3377 WEDNESDAY 10•17•12 • Spooky snacks for grades fourth through sixth will be from 5 to 5:45 PM. Simple snacks will be made and scary stories will be told. Registration is appreciated, but not required.

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FRIDAY 10•19•12 • “Fall Fun” for grades Kindergarten through third is from 5 to 5:45 PM. Join in for stories and crafts. SATURDAY 10•20•12 • Leisurama- A Documentary will be shown with producer and writer Jake Gorst as host at 7 PM.

Seven Psychopaths (R ) Irish playwright turned filmmaker Martin McDonagh has put together a big name cast and a funny, quirky movie that critics like and audiences, judging by the advance screenings, love. It centers around a struggling writer (Colin Farrell) who – and this is where it gets a little off-kilter — decides to steal a dog (don’t ask). Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken, Tom Waits, and Woody Harrelson are along for the ride. Olga Kurylenko (Quantum Of Solace) lights up the screen (again). Somehow, it’s funny.

New To Theaters Atlas Shrugged Part II (NR) The

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 Astrologter 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 631-727-0711. For extended horoscope on the web, visit – www.asherlee.com.

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first part didn’t play very well in the United States but the relatively low-budget effort was surprisingly good. Samantha Mathis is back as Dagney Taggart, and she is a serious actress who shines in this role. D.B. Sweeney plays the mysterious John Galt. It should get a little more attention during the election season – somehow the author of the book that spawned this movie, Ayn Rand, has become lightning rod, 20 years after her death.

Rock Of Ages Even the likes of Tom Cruise and Alec Baldwin couldn’t save this stillborn, an adaption of the Off-Broadway hit. If you’re still reading, it’s about a small-town girl trying to make it on the Sunset Strip during the inglorious “Hair Band” era of the 1980s. Oh - maybe that’s why it bombed.

Now Playing Argo (R) Fresh from its run at the Hamptons International Film Festival – and most of the other film festivals in the civilized world – Argo is finally released for the few people who haven’t seen it yet. Ben Affleck’s political thriller has Oscar aspirations, and yes, it is a good one indeed. Based in Iran circa 1979, it’s about six Americans hiding out there during the hostage seige. Affleck directs and stars; funny man John Goodman (“Roseanne”) is a revelation. Alan Arkin, Tate Donavan, and Taylor Schilling costar. A must see film. The Paperboy (R) The director, Lee Daniels (Precious), takes on Pete Drexler’s bestselling novel about the murder of a corrupt local sheriff in a small South Florida town circa 1960. It’s a lurid, depressing, violent, sexually charged tale that doesn’t quite hold up. Matthew McConaughey stars, but Nicole Kidman, as a death row groupie, steals the show. John Cusack, Scott Glenn, and Zac Efron lead an excellent supporting cast.

East Hampton Library 631-324-0222 SATURDAY 10•20•12 • Socrates Cafe, a discussion group at the library, will talk about the book of the same name by Christopher Phillips from 1 to 2:30 PM. MONDAY 10•22•12 • A Halloween story time and craft will be at 4 PM. TUESDAY 10•23•12 • Impasse will be shown at 5 PM. Amagansett Library 631-267-3810 SATURDAY 10•20•12 • “Apples Story and Craft Time” is at 3:30 PM. John Jermain Library 631-725-0049

SATURDAY 10•20•12 • Eyeglass Lariat Workshop (for adults) with Carol O’Connor is from 10:15 to 11:45 Am. $10 materials fee. MONDAY 10•22•12 • The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel will be shown at 3 PM. • “The Art of eBay: A Strategic Workshop for Buyers and Sellers” is from 6:30 to 8 PM. $15 per person. Hampton Bays Library 631-728-6241 THURSDAY 10•18•12 • Horror movies with cinema historian Jim Knusch is at 7 PM. • “The A, B, C, & Ds of Medicare, and How the New Healthcare Reform Act Affects You!” is at 1 PM. SATURDAY 10•20•12 • Spirit of New York Cruise and 9/11 Memorial bus trip will leave behind the Church of St. Rosalie’s parking lot at 9:30 AM and will return to Hampton Bays at about 5:30 PM. Tickets are $102, payment is due at registration. SUNDAY 10•21•12 • “Walt Whitman and Beyond: Fanfare for the Common Man” is at 2 PM. WEDNESDAY 10•24•12 • “Visitations” with the Paranormal Adventurers Joseph Flammer and Diane Hill is at 7 PM. Floyd Memorial Library 631-477-0660 WEDNESDAY 10•17•12 • A mystery book discussion on Death in Bloodhound Red by Virginia Lanier is at 3:30 PM. FRIDAY 10•19•12 • Sidewalls will be shown at 6 PM. Free of charge.

FRIDAY 10•19•12 • “Did You Know Your iPad Can . . .” is at 10:30 AM. WEDNESDAY 10•24•12 • The History Lover’s Book Club meets at 10:30 AM. • A workshop given by the South Fork Community Health Initiative on affordable health care is from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. Bi-lingual staff available. Rogers Memorial Library 631-283-0774 THURSDAY 10•18•12 • A tribute to Carole King with Gail Storm, vocalist/ pianist, is at 7 PM. Refreshments will be served.

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Tank is 75 pounds, three years young and for the first time in his life he has a doghouse, courtesy of the RSVP Outreach Program, dedicated to helping animals in need. Before that, he took shelter under a board in a thicket of thorns. But his quality of life, or lack thereof, isn’t measured by the chain he wears or the imbedded collar removed from his neck. His plight isn’t just inadequate housing. Rather, it’s never having been loved. It’s not knowing the touch of a gentle hand or tender caress; never experiencing companionship of another living thing. What gives meaning to a dog’s life is no different than ours. If you have a pet, hug them. If not, or if you have room for one more, ask RSVP about Tank. His formidable appearance belies a very sweet,

WEDNESDAY 10•24•12 • Integral yoga for $5 a class is at 9:30 AM and a free open gym is from noon to 9 PM at the Montauk Playhouse. Call 631-668-1612 for more scheduled events and information. • All are welcome to a two mile hike through the wooded area of Hedges Banks overlooking Gardiner’s Bay. Meet at the log cabin park office building just inside Cedar Point Park off Cedar Point Road (just off Alewive Brook Road in Northwest East Hampton) at 10 AM.

mellow, gentle dog who loves belly rubs. Temporary foster care is also an option with all expenses paid. Please call (631) 877-3400 or visit www.rsvpinc.org for more details.

FRIDAY 10•19•12 • The Board of Trustees of the Incorporated Village of East Hampton will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Emergency Services Building, at 1 Cedar Street in East Hampton at 11 AM. • The East Hampton Historical Society invites town residents who have memories of the Hurricane of 1938 to attend an oral history meeting - and bring their hurricane stories with them. Starts at 7 PM at the Session House behind the First Presbyterian Church at 120 Main Street in East Hampton Village. For more information call 631-324-6850. SATURDAY 10•20•12 • Join the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society for a two and a half mile poetry hike. The group will stop twice on the hike for poetry readings. Bring your own poem, written by you or someone else, or just come along to enjoy. Meet at the end of Sammy’s Beach Road (a right turn off Old House Landing Road) via Alewive Brook Road in East Hampton at 10 AM. For more info call 631-329-2617 or 917-653-1463. • Simply Sublime on Springs Fireplace Road is hosting a Reiki healing circle at 9 AM. The circle will be led by Martha Stotzky and donations are accepted. Call 631-604-1566 for more info. TUESDAY 10•23•12 • The Montauk Playhouse offers “Toddler Games and Crafts” for $5 per person starting today from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Call 631-668-1612 for more information. WEDNESDAY 10•24•12 • The South Fork Health Initiative invites all to Gurney’s Spa for free breast cancer screenings from noon to 3 PM. Call 631-668-2345 for more information

Southampton FRIDAY 10•19•12 • A scary tour through the 1845 mansion of the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum is today, tomorrow, and Sunday from 6 to 9 PM. $10 per adult, $5 per child at the door. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Call 631-725-0770 or email info@

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SATURDAY 10•20•12 • An Autumn Potter’s Market is from 10 AM to 5 PM will be on the grounds of the Hampton Archives in Bridgehampton (Route 27, east of the monument). Admission is free, rain or shine. Call 631-726-2547 or visit www.hamptonsclayart.org for more info. • The Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons hosts a roundtable on planning a winter landscape at 10 AM. Informal discussion and study will be moderated by Pat Harwood. At the Horticultural Library on the ground floor of the Bridgehampton Community House. Admission is free. Call 631-537-2223. SUNDAY 10•21•12 • Marders hosts a free lecture, “Putting Your Garden to Bed,” at 10 AM. All are welcome. • Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse hosts a Sunday service titled “Living into Community: TruthTelling” at 10:30 AM. Hospitality and conversation follow service. Childcare and youth education are provided. All are welcome. Located at 977 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike. WEDNESDAY 10•24•12 • The Hampton Bays Community Center hosts a showcase of the drama troop Act TWO: the youth perspective, presented through drama and discussion“How to be a Bullying Change Agent.” Starts at 7 PM and will include a Q&A. One of the events associated with Southampton Town deeming October “Bullying Prevention Month.”

North Fork FRIDAY 10•19•12 • The North Fork Environmental Council’s Chili Night event will include “Photo What’s Left” exhibit and sale to benefit the NFEC, Riverhead Neighborhood Preservation Coalition and Save Main Road efforts, as well as a brief film tribute to Paul Stoutenburgh, and remembrance of the late Frank Wills. Goes from 7 to 10:30 PM at Martha Clara Vineyard in Riverhead. $45 per person at the door, but if purchased in advance -- either online or mailing payment to the NFEC offices -there is a $5 discount. Everyone attending will receive a complimentary glass of wine and a chance to sample the chili entries, in addition to cornbread, salad, and dessert. Call 631-377-1132 or 631-298-8880 for more info. SATURDAY 10•20•12 • Our Redeemer Lutheran Church Youth Group hosts a pancake breakfast fundraiser at Applebees at 1832 Old Country Road in Riverhead from 8 to 10 AM. Includes pancakes, sausage, eggs, and beverage. Tickets are $10 per person. Call 631-678-5066. • All are welcome to an action-packed day of cowboy mounted shooting! See the Old West come to life as the Island Long Riders mount up and ride a fast-paced competition while shooting six guns from horseback. Bring a picnic and a blanket. From noon to 3 PM at Hallockville Museum Farm, 6038 Sound Avenue in Riverhead.

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