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July FIREWORKS: Sat 7/4 Montauk Annual July 4th Fireworks (Rain Date 7/5) Umbrella Beach, Montauk STARS OVER MONTAUK by Grucci. Annual fireworks display which takes place over the beach near Montauk Village. This is definitely one of the highlights of the entire season and depending on the weather draws huge crowds of spectators who watch from right on the beach. HINT: you should try to get there early to get a good spot on the beach. Phone: 631-668-2428. Sat 7/4 Greenport Fireman’s Carnival, Polo Grounds at Main Road & Moore Lane 10:00 pm Key viewing location: Claudio’s on the marina in Greenport, where you can dock your whaler and watch the boaters. Sat 7/4 Devon Yacht Club, Abraham’s Landing Road, Amagansett, NY 9:30 pm Sun 7/5 Southampton Fresh Air Home Great American Picnic, 1030 Meadow Lane 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm The Grucci Brothers blow things sky high in this charity event. The private party requires tickets, but you can see the display just by craning your neck. Key viewing location: Cooper’s Beach, where you can BYOB and a blanket. Sat 7/5 Riverhead Fireworks, Peconic Riverfront, Grangebel Park behind Main Street 9:00 pm Key viewing location: A boat in the Peconic pointed back toward Sag Harbor. Sun 7/5 Sag Harbor Yacht Club Fireworks, Haven’s Beach 9:00 pm Key viewing location: The deck at B. Smith’s on Long Wharf, or the street in front of the Corner. Sun 7/12 Shelter Island Grucci Fireworks, Crescent Beach 9:00 pm Key viewing location: Balazs’ Sunset Beach. Sat 7/18 The Great Bonac Fireworks Show 3 Mile Harbor (Rain date Sun 7/19) HAMPTONS GREEK FESTIVAL 111 St. Andrews Road, Southampton, NY 631.283.6169 Thurs 7/9 – Sun 7/12 Traditional Greek food and pastries, wine tasting, children’s rides & games, vendors, Yiayia’s Attic (flee market), dancing to live music. This is the 24th installment of the fair which brings the taste, sounds and spirit of Greece to life for those smart enough to drop by. That tradition of excellence continues this year as the organizers of the 2009 Hamptons Greek Festival feature the traditional lamb, Greek style chicken, pastitsio, moussaka, spanakopita, tiropita, souvlaki and gyro. Under the tents, a spirited parade of the young and the young at heart dance to traditional songs and visit friends and neighbors over lunch or dinner, or drop in for a late afternoon sweet. Wander among the vendors tent to find imported Greek olive oil, coffees, traditional clothing and jewelry. Festival hours are 4:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 12 noon to 11:00 p.m. Saturday and 12 noon to 9:00 p.m. Sunday. Bracelet day is everyday. The Festival is located at the Greek Orthodox Church at 111 St. Andrews Road and is easily accessible from both the Sunrise and Montauk Highways in Southampton. Ample free parking will be offered at nearby Stony Brook University Southampton Campus with a free shuttle bus service for all festival guests. Opa! EAST END HOSPICE Westhampton Beach, NY 631.288.8400 Sat 7/11 9th Annual Box Art Auction 4:30 pm Live Auction 6:00 pm To be held at the Ross School Center for Well Being, 18 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, NY. Catered by Gloria’s Catering. Live Auction conducted by Col. Wendy E. A. Walsh. Please visit www.eeh.org to view boes and place an absentee bid. THE GARDEN CONSERVANCY 11 Old Postal Road, Cold Spring, NY 10516 1.888.842.2442 Sat 7/11 Suffolk County Open Day Admission is $5 per garden. Children 12 and under are free. Open Days are self-guided and are rain or shine.

No reservations are required. Maurice Isaac and Ellen Coster Isaac 10:00 am - 4:00 pm This early 1900s country farmhouse has been designed with two major borders incorporating extensive plantings of unusual combinations of bulbs, perennials, trees, shrubs, and annuals. A pond adds a beautiful and soothing touch. A path leads to a swimming pool and plantings, as well as an old restored barn adjacent to an arbor planted with wisteria, clematis, and several vines offering tranquility, shade, and a view of the extensive nearby vineyards. Dennis Schrader and Bill Smith 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Set in the heart of the North Fork wine region, this two-plus-acre garden surrounds a restored 1840s farmhouse. In 2008 the house went through a major renovation and the gardens and terraces surrounding it have been redesigned. The deck, porches, and stone terraces are filled with hundreds of container plantings. There are many perennial and mixed shrub borders throughout the garden that can be accessed by numerous paths. There are garden rooms hedged in by hornbeam, boxwood, and willow, inside the rooms there are different themed gardens. There is a vegetable/herb garden, a formal knot garden, bog plantings, and a woodland shade area. The garden has rustic arbors, trellises, stone walls, and a tiki hut that contains a collection of exotic plants. There are many sitting areas to enjoy the views, and a natural clay pond with stream and bridge. There are other smaller ponds for water lilies and papyrus. Many of the plantings contain tropicals, subtropicals, tender perennials, and annuals. The garden also has hardy palms and a grove of hardy bananas. The house and gardens are encircled by fourteen acres of fields with mowed paths for viewing native plants and wildlife. Dennis is co-author of the book Hot Plants for Cool Climates, Gardening with Tropical Plants in Temperate Zones and a new book titled Extraordinary Leaves with photographer Steven Green-Armytage. Milford Garden 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Our garden is an integral part of our old farmhouse, barn, and field complex. We have a little pond, a number of perennial gardens, a vegetable garden, small fruits, and an herb and cutting garden. Conni Cross Garden Designer 10:00 am – 4:00 pm This is a twenty-three year old garden on approximately five acres. It is three-quarters shade garden with light, sandy soil, designed by garden designer Conni Cross. An unusual solar house is surrounded by a tufa garden featuring dwarf and miniature conifers and alpines. Look for a waterfall, four ponds, an aviary and barnyard, beautiful stonework, a children’s playhouse, natural-style pool, rare plants, lush gardens, and many other unusual garden features. COLE BROS. CIRCUS OF THE STARS Shinnecock Pow-Wow Grounds, Off Montauk Highway/Rte. 27A (2 mi. west of Southampton) Mon 7/13 – Tues 7/14 $17 general admission 1.888.332.5200 2009 heralds the 125th Anniversary of Cole Bros. Circus, the oldest, American Circus performing under the Big Top. W. W. Cole, who inaugurated the Cole Bros. Circus title in 1884, began his circus career in 1871, amassing fortune and fame by bringing to cities and villages the most astounding marvels of the day. Among the amazing attractions promoted by W. W. Cole, incandescent light—a single, glowing glass globe, powered by a steam engine—drew record crowds, with young and old alike filling Cole’s tent to witness the seemingly impossible invention. The brightly lit tent of Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars bears slight resemblance to W.W. Cole’s 19th century Big Top, but the tradition of watching what appears unbelievable happen right before your eyes remains at Cole Bros. Circus. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall 7:30 pm The Naked Stage is a working collective of performing artists dedicated to the development of theatre on the East End of Long Island. The members of The Naked Stage believe in the possibilities generated by the collaboration of devoted people. We wish to provide a focal point for the encouragement of theatre and all its associated arts. The Naked Stage: Works in Progress serves as an incubator and laboratory for actors, writers, directors, dancers, composers, musicians and designers to practice and explore their craft. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Sat 7/11 The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams Starring Amy Irving, with Ebon Moss-Bachrach, John Behlmann, and Louisa Krause. Directed by Harris Yulin. Tickets on sale now through July 26. For more information and to purchase tickets 24/7, visit www.GuildHall.org. MOVIES AT GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806

Guild Hall is also pleased to announce the return of (Re)Discovering World Cinema: Gems from the Janus Collection. Wonderful classic films to be seen on the beautiful new screen in the John Drew Theater. This is on Tuesdays starting July 14 and runs through Sept 1. There is a complimentary wine reception prior to the films. 7:30pm Pre Show Wine Reception / 8pm Film Series $70 members / $84 nonmembers. Individual films $10 member / $12 non-members. Tues 7/14 The Wages of Fear – France, Clouzot ‘53 In a squalid South American oil town, four desperate men sign on for a suicide mission to drive trucks loaded with nitroglycerin over a treacherous mountain route. Tues 7/21 Il Posto – Italy, Olmi ‘61 When young Domenico (Sandro Panseri) ventures from the small village of Meda to Milan in search of employment, he finds himself on the bottom rung of the bureaucratic ladder in a huge, faceless company. The prospects are daunting, but Domenico finds reason for hope in the fetching Antonietta (Loredana Detto). Tues 7/28 Stray Dog – Japan, Kurosawa ‘49 A bad day gets worse for young detective Murakami when a pickpocket steals his gun on a hot, crowded bus. Desperate to right the wrong, he goes undercover, scavenging Tokyo’s sweltering streets for the stray dog whose desperation has led him to a life of crime. GUILD HALL Moran and Spiga Galleries and Boots Lamb Education Center 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 THE BAY STREET THEATER Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.9500 Sat 7/18 Summer Gala Benefit Bash – Sailing Back to the Sixties! 6:30 pm Sailing Back to the Sixties with special guest Leslie Gore (“It’s My Party”), plus performances from “Hair,” “Dames at Sea,” and much more! Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and dinner by Sterling Affairs Caterers. Dancing to the Denise Given Band. Silent and live “Fantasy” auctions. Call today to reserve your tickets: 631.725.0818. Music Live! And Bar What better way to spend a Saturday evening than in the company of great friends, in a great atmosphere with great music! On Saturday nights at 10 pm, following the theatre, Bay Street will open the Lobby to musical performers from the East End to NYC. These evenings promise to be a wonderful mixture of talent with as many varied musical styles as there are performers. The performance is free to the public and a cash bar will be available. Reservations for tables are requested and can be made by calling the Box Office at 631-725-9500. Sat 7/18 Mariann Megna /Folk-Rock Sat 7/25 Luiz Simas/Brazilian Jazz Our Town Series Thursdays at 4:00 pm Join Bay Street for some fun afternoons as Artistic Director Murphy Davis chats with some of the many interesting folks who live and work in our area. From screenwriters to architects, from book authors to producers--you'll be amazed at who we call neighbors! Subscription: $135 for all 9 chats! (25% savings over single ticket prices!) Single Tickets: $20 per chat. Call or stop by the Box Office today to purchase your tickets! 725-9500. Thurs 7/16 Kathleen Marshall, Director and Choreographer Join us as we chat with Tony, Drama Desk and Laurence Olivier award winner Kathleen Marshall. Director and Choreographer, Marshall's, credits include; Grease, The Pajama Game, Little Shop of Horrors, Wonderful Town and Kiss Me, Kate to name just a few. Thurs 7/23 Michael Grim & Jim Osburn, Owners Bridgehampton Florist Mike and Jim, owners of the Bridgehampton Florist have been 'Floral Designers to the Stars' for over 20 years. From field daisies to orchids, their customers come from far and wide to seek their expertise. Mike is often featured on Ina Garten's Barefoot Contessa on the Food Network. Thurs 7/30 Lanford Wilson, Playwright Pulitzer Prize winner and American playwright, Lanford Wilson, comes to the Bay Street stage! Wilson began his career in the early 1960's writing one-act plays. One of his early works, The Madness of Lady Bright, was Caffe Cino's first significant hit and its longest running play! Salon Night Fri 7/24 Salon Night at the Bay Street Theatre 10:30 pm Free (with cash bar available) Honoring the East End's longstanding love affair with writers, Bay Street Theatre along with ankinrowen productions and HipHamptons.com present an evening of the spoken word; readings from fresh new voices in the literary and theater world. Join in the

salon with cocktails to enjoy provocative tales from the front line of life, love and sex. Writers, including Heather Buchanan, Lucy Boyle and award winning playwright Brooke Berman along with celebrated actors will share works in progress ranging from racy to hilarious to heartbreaking. The audience will also get a sneak peak at a short story by James Frey adapted for the stage. Film Screening Fri 7/24 and Sun 7/26 Spiritual Warriors 2:00 pm Free; tickets at the door Directed by David Raynr Starring Robert Easton, Jsu Garcia, Shyla Cruize, Leigh Taylor-Young and Sally Kirkland. Friday July 24 and Sunday July 26, 2pm. Bay Street Theatre, Bay & Main Streets, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. www.baystreet.org. Contact Howard or Zoe: 631-537-6267, zoe@msia.org Tues 7/21 WLIU Live Broadcast @ Bay Street Today! 4:00 pm $20 Bay Street joins WLIU as we host 'Live Broadcasts @ the Bay'. These broadcasts will include an array of programming and guests and will occasionally feature questions from the audience! Featuring Bonnie Grice, Brian Cosgrove, Ed German, Connie Conway and more! MAINSTAGE @ BAY STREET THEATRE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 7/7 – 8/2 Dinner by Moira Buffini $55 / $65 An American Premiere. Directed by David Esbjornson.With Reed Birney, Laura Campbell, Daniel Gerroll, Brian Hutchison, Mercedes Ruehl, J. Smith Cameron and Eric Walton."A deliciously bad taste comedy" - The Guardian. This show is running July 7 - August 2, Tuesday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 7pm, Wednesday matinee at 2pm and Saturday matinee at 4pm. BAY STREET THEATRE SPECIAL PERFORMANCES Bay Street at Long Wharf 725-9500 Fri 7/3 Betty Buckley “Broadway By Request” 8:00 pm $75 Sat 7/4 Betty Buckley “Broadway By Request” 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm $75 Tony Award-Winner Betty Buckley returns with a brand new concert that has the critics raving. Join us for an extraordinary evening of song where you get the chance to pick the music and Betty does the rest! Get the chance to hear funny and inspiring stories from Betty's legendary career! KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Dedicated to providing young people with intelligent, adventurous entertainment that nurtures the capacity for wonder, "KidStreet" features performances and presentations from the industry's most talented professional artists for young audiences. Learning powered, stimulating and FUN for the whole family!!! Sat 7/25: "Horton Hears a Who" COMEDY @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Mon 7/13 David Brenner 8:00 pm $60 David Brenner holds a special title as the most frequent talk show guest of any entertainer...and this year he comes to Bay Street! Brenner has graced the stage at The Tonight Show a record 158 times, he has done 4 HBO specials including one live, and before becoming a comedian, he enjoyed a successful career as a writer/producer/director of 115 television documentaries winning an Emmy Award along the way! Mon7/20 Celebrity Autobiography 8:00 pm $60 Nominated for a coveted Drama Desk Award, Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words is the brainchild of producer Eugene Pack. Come join our celebrities as they read from the writings and biographies of other celebrities. Past participants have included Joy Behar, Rachel Dratch, Richard Kind and Kristen Wiig. Come and see who graces the stage this year!! Mon 7/27 Jim Breuer 8:00 pm $60 Long Island native and stand-up comedian Jim Breuer, returns to the Bay Street Stage this summer! Jim established himself as one of the most outrageous comedians in the U.S. through his incredible stand-up performances, charismatic stage antics and impressions, various television appearances, movie roles and his Sirius Satellite Radio show. You might remember Jim from his stint on Saturday Night Live where he made "Goat Boy" and "The Joe Pesci Show" famous. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm Docent-led tours are offered for every exhibition and are free with Museum admission. Group Tours are now available by appointment. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 40 for more information.

Wed 7/1 – Fri 7/3 Parent/Child Workshops, Ages 3 and 4 $65 Members / $90 Nonmembers Mon 7/6 First Mondays 1:00 pm Free Docent led tour for seniors. Wed 7/8 – Fri 7/10 The Creative Studio, classes for ages 5-7 $130 Members / $160 Nonmembers Sat 7/11 The Midsummer Party 7:00 pm cocktails / 8:00 pm dinner $1000 patron ticket(s) / $100 After Ten (dancing, drinks and dessert) ($150 after 6/26) This year’s gala honors Museum Trustee Dorothy Lichtenstein. Catering by Great Performances. Music by Peter Duchin & The Peter Duchin Orchestra. For more information, call 631.283.2119 ext. 42. Mon 7/13 Film: The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill (2003) 8:00 pm $5 Members / $7 Nonmembers Directed by Judy Irving. 83 minutes. Wed 7/15 – Fri 7/17 The Creative Studio, classes for ages 8 and up $130 Member / $160 Nonmembers Sat 7/18 Birding for Beginners, Part I / Lecture by Ellen Schwinn, Eastern Long Island Audubon Society $15 Members / $20 Nonmembers Includes field trip 7/25. Mon 7/20 Film – Ulee’s Gold (1997) 8:00 pm $5 Members / $7 Nonmembers Directed by Victor Nunez. 113 minutes. Thurs 7/23 Dennis Oppenheim: Public Projects 8:00 pm $5 Parrish Members / $10 Nonmembers Dennis Oppenheim's curiosity, intelligence, and audacity have made him an influential figure in the contemporary art world for more than forty years. The artist will present an illustrated talk on his large-scale public art projects, take questions from the audience, and sign copies of his new book Dennis Oppenheim: Public Projects. Sun 7/26 Birding for Beginners, Part II 8:30 am $15 Members / $20 Nonmembers Field trip to Pike’s Beach, Dune Road, Westhampton Beach. Includes lecture 7/18. Sun 7/26 Film Screening: Who Gets to Call It Art? 6:00 pm $5 Parrish members / $7 nonmembers Directed by Peter Rosen. Executive producer: Beth DeWoody. Produced by Peter Rosen Productions. 80 minutes. Henry Geldzahler was one of the most influential and colorful figures in the art world of the 1960s and 1970s. Among the artists who populate this portrait of Geldzahler are Frank Stella, David Hockney, Robert Rauschenberg, and Francesco Clemente, to name just a few. A question and answer session and reception with the producers will follow the screening. Mon 7/27 Film – The Scent of Green Papaya (1993) $5 members / $7 nonmembers Directed by Anh Hung Tran. 104 minutes. Wed 7/29 – Fri 7/31 Parent/Child Workshops, ages 3 and 4, Session two $65 members / $90 nonmembers Thurs 7/30 – Sat 8/1 Bay Street at the Parrish: Motherhood Out Loud 8:00 pm Co-conceived by Susan R. Rose and Joan Stein. Directed by Lisa Peterson. Featuring Carson Kressley, Saidah Arrika Ekulona, and more! An emotional journey of motherhood that celebrates the personal, funny, diverse, exciting, touching and altogether extraordinary experiences that unite us all. Told through the voices of 17 writers. Fri 7/31 Humboldt’s Lists – Talk by Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Arts and Education 12:00 pm Free with Museum admission. THE MUSIC FESTIVAL OF THE HAMPTONS Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, NY 631.267.8293 Artistic Director Michael Guttman is proud to announce the Fourteenth Season of The Music Festival of the Hamptons, which will take place from July 10 to 24, 2009. Mr. Guttman will oversee an exciting and adventurous season at Old Whalers Church, Wolffer Estate Vineyards other local venues. Opening Gala Fri 7/10 Brussels Chamber Orchestra and Silent Auction 6:00 PM Cocktail Buffet / 8:00 pm Concert $200 Concert and Cocktail Buffet / $50 Concert Only (Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, NY) Celebrated clarinetist Richard Stoltzman joins the Brussels Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Michael Guttman in an adventurous program including Vivaldi, Mendelsohn, Mozart and more. Sun 7/12 Brussels Chamber Orchestra - Bach F Minor Piano Concerto 7:30 pm $35 Reserved / $25 Unreserved (Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, NY) Michael Guttman, Conductor, Roger Wright, Piano. Featuring various works from Bach, Piazzola, and Martinu. "Aristocratic, Exhilerating" - The Washington Post. "Wright has been impressive for his commanding technique and even more for his sensitivity to piano

sound and general musical intelligence...Wright also possesses the most liquid, romantic piano tone imaginable..." - The Calgary Herald Mon 7/13 Moisewitsch Piano Recital Series: Matei Varga 8:00 pm $35 Reserved / $25 Unreserved / $20 Seniors (Wolffer Estate Vineyards, Sagaponack, NY) Bach, Schubert, Grieg Sonata, Enesco Sonata, and Solo by Foss. "Mr. Varga...disclosed a level of mature mastery, interpretive wisdom, and sheer technical excellence..." - Richard Goode, Pianist Tues 7/14 Moisewitsch Piano Recital Series: William Hobbs 8:00 pm $35 Reserved / $25 Unreserved / AARP Free (Wolffer Estate Vineyards, Sagaponack, NY) Featuring the works of DeBussy, Rachmaninov, Lieberman, Chopin, and Liszt. A real musician’s musician. He has an impeccable technique, and performs these extremely difficult pieces effortlessly...one of the few pianists I know who is able to deliver performances that are as faithful to the composers' intentions as they are deeply and truly personal. - Susan Graham Wed 7/15 East End Composers Concert – Wolosoff, Foss, Dickman 8:00 pm $35 Reserved / $25 Unreserved / $20 Seniors (Wolffer Estate Vineyards, Sagaponack, NY) Stephen Dickman, Coordinator; Roman Roth, Tenor; Konstantin Soukhovetski, Piano; Theresa Salomon, Violin. "How effortlessly and delicately that incomparable concert grand sang the piece! And with such deep feeling! There was not a trace of perfumed sentimentality. Bravo." (Konstantin Soukhovetski) — TheatreScene.net Thurs 7/16 Lecture, Music, and Tea 4:00 pm $35 Lecture and Afternoon Tea $25 Seniors - Lecture Only (The Studio of Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Sag Harbor, NY) Enjoy a lecture and music followed by tea. Thurs 7/16 Amernet Quartet Featuring Mark Peskanov, Viola 8:00 pm $35 Reserved / $25 Unreserved / $20 Seniors (Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, NY) Misha Vitenson, Violin; Marcia Littley, Violin; Michael Klotz, Viola; Javier Arias, Cello. Haydn, Mendelssohn, Foss. "An accomplished and intelligent ensemble." - The New York Times. [Mark Peskanov] is...an expressive player, in the sense that his phrases are tastefully shaped and his rhythms are pointed with energy." - The New York Times Fri 7/17 Amernet Quartet Featuring Alexander Fiterstein, Clarinet 8:00 pm $35 Reserved / $25 Unreserved (The Wolffer Estate Vineyards, Sagaponack, NY) Misha Vitenson, Violin; Marcia Littley, Violin; Michael Klotz, Viola; Javier Arias, Cello. Turina, Mozart, Tchaikovsky. "Shimmering textures and full-bodied redolence." - The Washington Post Sat 7/18 Young People's Concert – Brahms, Franck, Foss 4:00 pm $10 Adults / $5 Children (Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, NY) Drew Peterson, Piano; Hannah Haeseung Ji, Violin. An opportunity for young listeners to experience the classics played by young emerging artists on the brink of stardom. Drew Peterson is an award winning fifteen year old American prodigy and Hanna Haesueung Ji is an extremely gifted winner of numerous prestigous competitions. The audience is engaged in dialogue with the artists about their instruments and music as well. An hour of enlightenment. Children 6 years and older. Cookies and iced tea under tent following concert. Closing Gala and Dessert Buffet Sun 7/19 An Evening of Jazz Honoring the Memory of Christian Wölffer – Concert and Dessert Buffet 7:30 pm $100.00 / $50 Concert Only (Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, NY) Richard Stoltzman, Clarinet; Peter John Stoltzman, Piano; Matt Baker, Double Bass; Rafal Jezierski, Cello. A program of favorites - Cole Porter, Gershwin, and Brubeck. Duo Flipflap From A to Z. Haydn, J. Silva, J. Goltermann, R. Menescal, N. Paganini, G. Rossini, J. Piedade, M. Vieira, A.C. Jobim, J. Bandolim, J. Barierre, Sinatra, and W. Azevedo. "[Richard Stoltzman] is an artist of indescribable genius" - The Washington Post. "[Peter John Stolzman is] a monster jazz piano player." - Jack Elliot, Grammy Awards Director Post Series Concert Fri 7/24 The Gorgeous Colors of Flute and Harp 5:30 pm $10 (Longhouse Reserve, East Hampton, NY) Sato Moughalian, Flute; Bridget Kibbey, Harp. Enjoy the Gardens and experience the beautiful sounds of harp and flute in an idyllic summer setting. DeBussy, Ravel, Carter. "Particularly fine playing" - The New York Times "[Bridget Kibbey] made it seem as though her instrument had been waiting all its life to explode with the gorgeous colors and energetic figures she was getting from it." - The New York Times. THE CHORAL SOCIETY OF THE HAMPTONS P.O Box 1031, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.204.9402 Sat 7/11 Ein Deutsches Requiem by Johannes Brahms 8:00 pm $250 Benefactors / $500 Underwriters The Choral Society of the Hamptons invites you for dinner, a concert, and a party on the lawn: The Choral Society of the Hamptons & The Greenwich Village Singers will perform Johannes Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem, dedicated to the memory of Lukas Foss, on Saturday,

July 11, 2009. Dinner at The American Hotel at 6:00 pm. The performance will take place at the Old Whalers Church, Sag Harbor, NY, at 8:00 pm. THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island , NY 631.749.0740 THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM welcomes young musicians of rare and special talent into a richly supportive musical community. Through intensive summer programs, year-round mentoring, and on occasion, an international study/performance tour, the program offers unparalleled musical training for students, ages 12 to 30, who play the violin, viola, cello, bass and piano. With a faculty led by Itzhak Perlman and comprising some of the most gifted musical minds of our time, the Program offers an artistic and personal experience that changes students' lives forever. "I think many young musicians have talent that is not nurtured, simply because they are in the wrong atmosphere." Itzhak Perlman Concerts held at Shelter Island Campus unless otherwise noted. Schedule is subject to change, so please call 631-749-0740 to confirm on the day of the performance. Sun 7/5 Annual Children’s Concert 11:30 am Free The Perlman Music Program's Annual Children's Concert aims to expose young children to classical music. The event features a brief concert and the opportunity for audience interaction with the student musicians and their instruments during the instrument "petting zoo" after the concert. This event is free and open to the public. No ticket required. Located at the Shelter Island Campus of The Perlman Music Program, 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island. For more information, please visit: www.perlmanmusicprogram.org. Fri 7/17 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Free The Works in Progress concerts play an important role in the Summer Music School at The Perlman Music Program. These informal concerts give students the opportunity to perform and polish pieces they are currently studying with PMP faculty and provide students with a supportive and nurturing environment where they are free to take artistic risks without feeling the pressure associated with a formal recital. These concerts are free and open to the public. No ticket required. Located at the Shelter Island Campus of The Perlman Music Program, 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island. For more information, please visit: www.perlmanmusicprogram.org. Sat 7/18 Works in Progress Concert 7:30 pm Free PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS 2008 329-9115 Pianofest is a summer festival located in the Hamptons which offers exceptionally concentrated study to a small group of pianists selected by audition. The teaching at Pianofest stresses an ethic based on support rather than competition. In addition to emphasizing the solo repertoire, students accompany each other in concertos and explore the duo piano literature. Pianofest also offers an opportunity for pianists to nurture their own friendships, performance opportunities, and contacts with the residents of the community. The Hamptons attract visitors from around the world, while local residents include renowned authors, artists and musicians. Pianofest offers daily lessons and pianists attend the lessons of their colleagues. Also, they participate in weekly public master classes, often televised. Lessons and master classes are conducted by Pianofest's Director, Paul Schenly, and guest artists, such as Yefim Bronfman, Andre Watts, Richard Goode, Anton Nel, Claude Frank, Arie Vardi and Yoheved Kaplinsky, all of whom participated in the past. Many students have appeared in performance on television. Students also perform in private homes and give a Grand Marathon Concert in the Avram Family Theater in Southampton. In 1996, Pianofest released its first compact disc recording, featuring student and faculty artists. Faculty in 2006 will include Arie Vardi, with others to be announced. Many Pianofest participants are engaged to perform at Hampton music festivals and other local venues, such as the Southampton Cultural Center, the Montauk Library, The Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and others. JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.9858 Sat 7/18 Saxophonist Morris Goldberg 8:00 pm Free Morris Goldberg and OJOYO will perform a SafroJazz Concert that will feature a 'surprise guest performer' on Saturday, July 18, at 8 p.m. at The Jewish Center of the Hamptons. Morris Goldberg, saxophonist, clarinetist and penny whistler and his OJOYO band sound is Safrojazz, perform a concert that is a combination of South African and American music. Cape Town born Morris Goldberg, combines the sounds of his Township heritage with the American music he loves. This concert features two vocalists Nina Hennessey, most recently from "Cats," and the upcoming remake of "Bye Bye Birdie," and twice nominated Tony award candidate Isidii LeLoka from "The Lion King." His band features Anton Fig on drums (he plays on "David Letterman"), Chulo Gatewood on bass and David Bravo on keyboards. Goldberg has performed with many artists, notably Paul Simon (on the "Graceland" album and others), Harry Belafonte and Miriam Makeba. Free and all are welcome at 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, 324-9858; jcoh.org. AVRAM THEATER AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON 239 Montauk Highway at Tuckahoe Rd,

Southampton 632-8000 BRIDGEHAMPTON POLO CLUB Two Trees Stables 849 Hayground Road Bridgehampton 537-3881 Saturdays from 7/18 – 8/22 Tournament Matches 4:00 pm $20/car This summer’s tournament matches at Bridgehampton Polo in the coveted Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge Cup promise to be among the most exciting in the sport of polo. Some of the world’s best athletes compete for one of the sport’s most treasured prizes amid the splendor of the fashionable Hamptons summer scene. Tournaments are played on six consecutive Saturdays from July 18th through August 22nd on Hayground Road in Water Mill at 4:00 pm. General admission tickets are available on the day of the polo match. Admission is $20 per car. The VIP tent is reserved for sponsors and their invited guests only but spectators are welcome to bring beach cairs, blankets or tailgate and watch the real action, not just the pretty people. A polo match lasts about 2 hours and is divided into 6 timed periods called chukkers. The object of the game is to hit the ball down the field and through the goal posts to score. During half time, spectators go onto the field in a social tradition called divot stomping. All proceeds benefit the South Fork Breast Health Coalition. For information on private field-side tailgate tents, please contact the Bridgehampton Polo Club. RUSH PHILANTHROPIC ARTS FOUNDATION 512 Seventh Avenue, 43rd Floor, New York, NY 10018 212. 840.9399 Founded in 1995 by brothers Russell, Danny and Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, a 501 (C) 3 organization, is dedicated to providing disadvantaged urban youth with significant arts exposure, access and education as well as providing exhibition opportunities to early and mid-career artists and artists of color. Sat 7/18 Art For Life: Russell Simmons’ East Hampton Estate 6:00 pm Cocktails and Silent Auction at 6:00 pm. Dinner, Program and Live Auction at 7:30 pm. Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation will celebrate 10 years of one of the most anticipated and attended summer events, ART FOR LIFE. This evening will once again celebrate the creative energy of our New York City youth and honor exemplary individuals in our community. To purchase tables, tickets or an ad, please contact Inez Weinstein Special Events at 212-254-6677. EAST HAMPTON STUDIOS 77 Industrial Road, Wainscott 212-268-1522 tickets@scope-art.com 18TH HAMPTON’S HAMPTONS ANTIQUES CLASSIC & DESIGN SHOW & SALE Bridgehampton Community House, Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, 537-0333 EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 324-0362 SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Center for the Arts, 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 929-5875 Each summer, SCC sponsors an extremely popular series of summer concerts in Agawam Park and Coopers Beach. The concerts start at 6:30 pm. 2009 Summer Concert Schedule: Wed 7/1 Agawam Park: "Feed the Need" (Youth Group) Wed 7/8 Agawam Park: Tribal Legacy (Afro/Carribean) Wed 7/15 Coopers Beach: Lonesharks (Rock'n Roll) Wed 7/22 Agawam Park: Shenole Latimer (Jazz) Wed 7/29 Agawam Park: The Chiclettes (Female Ens) Wed 8/5 Coopers Beach: Project Vibe (Reggae) Wed 8/12 Agawam Park: Jose Conde (Latin) Wed 8/19 Agawam Park: Tony Ventiera (Oldies) Wed 8/26 Agawam Park: Jerry Costanzo (Big Band) Wed 9/2 Agawam Park: Vivian & Merrymakers (Calypso) Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center Thurs 7/9 – Sun 7/26 Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center Presents Stephen Sondheim's “Into The Woods”

Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center will present Stephen Sondheim's Tony award-winning Into the Woods in SCC's Levitas Center for the Arts. Michael Disher directs and choreographs, and Kathleen Papot is musical director. The show opens July 9 and runs through July 26, 2009, with evening performances Thursday through Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday matinees at 5 PM. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for students under 21 (ID Required). Group rates for 10 or more are available. For further information, reservations, group rate information or subscriptions, call Southampton Cultural Center at (631) 287-4377 or reserve seats via e-mail at reservations@southamptonculturalcenter.org. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 Drive-In Movies at Southampton Elks Grounds, 605 County Road 39A, Southampton, NY Gates open 7:00pm; Movie starts at Dark. $40 per carload RESERVED. “In-vehicle viewing” (limited to 50 spots-first come first serve; FM car radio needed). $25 per carload General Parking (own beach chair/blanket viewing). Tickets sold at Chamber Office (76 Main St., Southampton Village) & at the Gate. Hot Dogs, Soda/Bottled Water, Popcorn and Candy will be available for sale. Please NO alcoholic beverages, NO coolers, NO food. All proceeds benefit the Southampton Chamber of Commerce Building Expansion Fund. Thurs 7/2 Disney’s Animated “Cars” Thurs 7/23 Disney’s Animated “Finding Nemo” SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0011 MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 Fri 7/3 Closing Reception for The Plein Air Peconic Traveling Exhibition 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Plein Air Peconic, a collaborative of twelve painters and photographers, have curated this exhibition of landscape paintings and photographs that focus on Peconic Land Trust preserved sites on the East End. Sat 7/4 Historic Cemetery Tour 10:00 am $10 Join Town Crier Hugh King on a tour through East Hampton’s famous coffin-shaped cemetery, the Burying Ground. Meet at the Mulford Farm Gate, 10 James Lane, East Hampton, rain or shine. Reservations required. Fri 7/10 East Hampton Antiques Show Preview & Benefit Cocktail Party Mulford Farm Museum, 10 James Lane, East Hampton. Music by Hamptons Swingtet. Catering by The Seafood Shop. Reservations required. Sat 7/11 East Hampton Antiques Show Mulford Farm Museum, 10 James Lane, East Hampton. A Ferguson & D’Arruda Event. Early buying 9:00 am –10:00 am $20. Admission 10:00 am – 6:00 pm $10. Sun 7/12 East Hampton Antiques Show 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $10 Sun 7/12 J Poetry Marathon - Marine Museum: Anne Sager & Dan Moran 5:00 pm Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. East Hampton Town Marine Museum, 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett. Reception following. Sat 7/18 Main Street Architectural History Walk 10:00 am $5 (reservations required) Director Richard Barons takes a look at 18th and 19th century domestic architecture during a ramble of Main Street around Town Pond. Tour begins at Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton. Sun 7/19 Poetry Marathon - Virginia Walker & Myra Shapiro 5:00 pm Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. East Hampton Town Marine Museum, 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett. Reception following. Fri 7/24 Bird in Hand: The Rediscovery of Master Decoy Carver William Henry Bennett (1867-1954) and the Tradition of Long Island Gunning 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Clinton Academy Museum, 151 Main Street, East Hampton, from July 24–October 11. Native Americans hunted waterfowl long before East Hampton’s founding in 1648. The bounty of wild ducks and shorebirds influenced the English settlement of Long Island’s east end. The exhibition focuses on the story of local waterfowl hunting through historic photographs, guns, duck blinds, boats, guns and decoys. Our central story is the bird carvings of East Hampton’s folk art master, William Henry Bennett, whose works have recently begun to be recognized by the collecting community. Surrounding this theme is the beautiful array of eastern Long Island’s other famous and anonymous carvers in a celebration of the age old traditions of Long Island gunning. Sun 7/26 Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum: George Wallace 5:00 pm Produced by Sylvia Chavkin & Bebe Antell. East Hampton Town Marine Museum, 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett. Reception following.

SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.2494 The Southampton Historical Museum is open year round and housed in the 1843 Rogers Mansion with permanent exhibits of 19th century period rooms, antique toys, old photographs, and 10 historic structures including two barns, a paint shop, one-room school house, carpenters shop. The Research Center has over 10,000 archival materials and reference books on the history of Southampton. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $4 adults, free for members and children 17 and under. Sat 7/4 Halsey House Gala Museum Benefit 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $125 in advance / $150 at the door Celebrate our nation's birthday at the Museum's annual Halsey House Gala on the grounds of the 1680 Thomas Halsey Homestead. Enjoy music, heavy hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction of art, books and wine. Proceeds benefit the Museum's education programs. Call the museum to reserve a ticket at 283-2494. The Thomas Halsey Homestead is located at 249 South Main St., Southampton Village, NY. Sun 7/5 Jumble Sale at the White House 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Free Come and shop for bargains or rent a space on the lawn at our outdoor bazaar, British style. For more information call 631.283.2494. Location: 159 Main Street, corner of Jagger Lane, Southampton Village. Sat 7/11 Shecky’s “Girls Day Out” 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm $30 Shop for fashion and accessories and sample fabulous products and services while benefiting the Southampton Historical Museum. Includes cocktails, refreshments, samples, and a goodie bag. Sun 7/12 A Developer’s Own Dream Home Sited on 16 Acres 11:00 am $10 / free for members Landscape architect Brian Mahoney talks about newly installed specimen trees, shrubs and gardens. Meet at 620 Halsey Lane, Bridgehampton, NY. Wed 7/15 Summer Canning Club: Pickles 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $40 / $50 nonmembers Group will meet to make pickles. Participants meet to can fruits or vegetables in a monthly canning club. Under the supervision of Mary Spellman, members will work together and then split what they prepare. Bring an apron. Includes produce and supplies. Limited to 12 students. Thurs 7/16 The Story of Captain George White 12:30 pm Free Join us for a slide show on Captain George White given by Tom Edmunds, Executive Director of the Southampton Historical Museum. All are welcome, reservations requested, bring a brown bag lunch. Sat 7/18 Doll and Toy Estate Sale 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Free on opening day only This estate sale has hundred of collectible and modern dolls, teddy bears, and dollhouse furniture. Everything has been generously donated to help benefit the Southampton Historical Museum and The Toy Museum of New York. A special “buy one get one free” sale will take place on the opening day only. Get there early for best selection. Tues – Sat 11:00 am – 4:00 pm; $4 adults / children under 17 free. Sat 7/18 Water’s Edge: Remsenburg Artists, Part II Opening 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Free Two Remsenburg area artists will be featured in an exhibit “Water’s Edge, Remsenburg Artists Part 2” at the Southampton Historical Museum. It will feature the work of Abby Vakay, and Margery Gosnell-Qua. The exhibit will begin on July18 and continue through September 5, 2009. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Fee $4 Adults; free for children 17 and under. Sun 7/19 Jumble Sale at the White House 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Free Come and shop for bargains or rent a space on the lawn at our outdoor bazaar, British style. For more information call 631.283.2494. Location: 159 Main Street, corner of Jagger Lane, Southampton Village. Sun 7/19 Designing a House to Fit the Neighborhood 11:00 am $10 / free for members Given by architect Brian P. Brady, AIA. Meet at 130 North Main Street, Southampton. Mon 7/20 – Fri 7/24 Time Travelers Summer Program for Children 9:00 am – 3:00 pm $75/day, $325/week members; $85/day, $375/week nonmembers All the fun of a summer program while experiencing 19th century life. Thurs 7/23 South Fork Supper 6:30 pm $75/person A long-table dinner celebrating local farms and produce. Sat 7/25 Southampton Historical Museum’s House and Garden Tour 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $100/person Tour “the Old Parsonage,” a home originally located in Southampton and now in Water Mill. It was refurbished with English and American antiques by Mr.and Mrs. Nicholas Kirkbride. He is a retired London antiques dealer and she a noted interior designer. This fundraiser benefits the Captial Campaign to repair and restorate the Museum’s 15 historic structures including the 1680 Halsey House and 1738 Sayre Barn. Sun 7/26 William Merritt Chase’s Shinnecock Summer School of Art 11:00 am $10 / free for members Take a walk with architects, landscape architects and an art historian to learn about historic styles, trends, and local history.

SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Hours: Open every day mid-May through October / Tours of 10 or more available year-round by appointment Admission: $5 adult / $4 seniors & students / group rate $3 (15 person minimum) / school group rate $2 Fri 7/10 Annual Luau 6:30 pm Featuring music by The Surf Dogs, catering by The Seafood Shop. Margarita Open Bar. Sat 7/11 Energy Fair 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Promoting alternative energies, fuel conservation, and innovative solutions to energy consumption. BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, BridgehamptonNY 631.537.1088 Summer Hours M-F, 10:00 am -3:00 pm, Sat. 10:00 am -2:00 pm. Regular admission $5; groups welcome. 7/10 – 7/12 ArtHamptons International Fine Arts Fair Fri/Sat Show Times: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Sunday Show Time 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Arthamptons is the Hamptons premier art event: featuring 68 nationally renowned galleries who sell a rich assemblage of museum caliber art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The fair provides local, national and international collectors with a rare summer opportunity to purchase significant paintings, sculpture, drawings, photography and prints-all of which are vetted. In 2008, a stunning $20 million in art sales was generated from ArtHamptons- proving to be the most sales driven new art fair in America. Contact: Rick Friedman, Executive Director, c/o Hamptons Expo Group, 223 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.5505. Thurs 7/9 Gala Opening / Collectors’ Preview 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $200/person Benefits East Hampton’s Guild Hall. Sat 7/11 Illustrator and Painter Reynold Ruffin 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Free World famous illustrator and painter Reynold Ruffins will be in our museum for an informal Meet the Artist event. This is free and open to the public – have some quiet time with a living legend, founder of the famous Push Pin Studio, recent inductee into the Cooper Union Hall of Fame, Mr. Ruffins would be delighted to talk to you about his work. (He’d also be delighted to sign copies of his gorgeous children’s book, Running the Road to ABC, now available from the BHHS Gift Shop.) Sat 7/25 The Rededication of the historic Beebe Windmill on Ocean Road 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Free Sponsored by BHHS, The Town of Southampton, Bridgehampton Village Improvement Society. Wed 7/29 Annual Free Chamber Music Concert on the Lawn 6:30 pm Free “A Russian Album.” WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-4625 EAST HAMPTON FINE ARTS FESTIVAL 15 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, NY 631.421.1590 Sat 7/4 – Mon 7/6 East Hampton Fine Arts Festival Free The East Hampton Arts Festival returns this year on the Fourth of July weekend. The event will be held at the American Legion East Hampton Post in Amagansett, a venue that is readily accessible to Highway 23 and close to businesses and restaurants. The event and parking are both free to the public. In its inaugural year (2008), the East Hampton Arts Festival was awarded a Top 100 Fine Art Show ranking in the country. This enhances both the show and East Hampton's reputation as a destination for fine arts. This event gives patrons and visitors the opportunity to view and purchase some of the most beautiful and creative artwork exhibited anywhere in the U.S. This is artwork produced by the top artisans around the country and thus is artwork not typically found in shows or galleries anywhere on Long Island or in New York City. This is a rare opportunity for you to come meet the artists, discuss their techniques and sources of inspiration, and thereby add immeasurable value to your artwork purchase. LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.3568 Sat 7/18 Asian Laughter Summer Benefit 6:30 pm $500 Jack Larsen invites you to share our cheer. Legendary American Weaver in Laos, Carol Cassidy will be honored. The evening will begin at 6:30PM. Performances, Silent Auction and Asian Delicacies all night long. Entertainment by The Angkor Dance Troupe & Vongku Pak. Wrap yourself in silks, batik and ikat! Fri 7/24 The Art Furniture of Judy Kensley McKie Exhibition Opening 5:00 pm – 7:00 Fri 7/24 “Gorgeous Colors and Energetic Figures” concert by Bridget Kibbey, harp, and Sato Moughalian, flute 5:30 pm The Art Furniture of Judy Kensley McKie exhibition is made possible with generous support of Michael Mills and Laureen Bedell, Mark and

Elizabeth Levine, and Pritam & Eames, East Hampton NY. Additional support was provided by Cowles Charitable Trust, Johnson Family Foundation, Edward R. Roberts Family Foundation, and Barbara Slifka. Reception is made possible with the generous support of Lactalis USA International. Concert is a joint project of LongHouse Reserve and The Music Festival of the Hamptons. Fri 7/31 Then Now – A Conversation with Laurie Anderson and Alexandra Munroe 6:00 pm POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE 830 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.4929 IMAGINE THAT! FAMILY ART WORKSHOPS with award-winning children’s book author Joyce Raimondo. For children ages four to twelve and adults. DRIP PAINTING! At Jackson Pollack and Lee Krasner’s house. Saturdays, 10:00 am -11:30 am, July 4, 11, 18, 25, August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. September 5 – Labor Day. Registration required. 917.502.0790. Lectures at The Fireplace Project: Sundays at 5 p.m. Tickets $5 at the door. The Fireplace Project, 851 SpringsFireplace Road, just north of the Pollock-Krasner House. Sun 7/12 B.J. Ashanti, Poet “Pollack and the Poetic Image” Sun 7/19 Alicia Longwell, The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Parrish Art Museum "John Graham, Stuart Davis, and Arshile Gorky: 'The Three Musketeers' - more than just a candy bar?" Sun 7/26 Siobhan Conaty, Associate Professor of Art History, LaSalle University “American Mavericks: Charles Ives and the Abstract Expressionists" SPRINGS PRESBYTARIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 Crossroads Coffeehouse Support Local Music ! ARTISTS ALLIANCE OF EAST HAMPTON P.O. Box 2242, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.2225 Thurs 7/9 – Sat 7/11 24th Annual Artists Studio Tour of the Hamptons $60/couple For the 24th year, over 30 members of the Artists Alliance of East Hampton (AAEH) will open their studios to the public for a unique experience of observing the artists in their studios and their creative process. One of the largest studio tours in the Northeast and recognized as the “Best Art Event in the Hamptons”, the tour draws hundreds of visitors from the tri-state area and even internationally. Three day tour passes are $60 per couple, allowing visitors access to the studios on the tour, admission to a special Artists & Patrons Reception on Saturday July 11 from 5:30 – 9:00 pm at Ashawagh Hall on Old Stone Highway & Springs Fireplace Road and on Sunday a special bonus free lecture July 12th at 1:00pm provided by GOLDEN Artist Colors at Ashawagh Hall. Artist Roy Kinzer will introduce the vast potential and versatility of acrylics. Exciting new products, such as Digital Mixed Media, which allows the merging of digital printing with paint, will be demonstrated and free samples and literature given out. With one ticket, two Tour patrons can go at their own pace, for one day or all three, visit some or all of the studios and in any order that is convenient. The studios will be open each day 10 am – 5 pm. Proceeds from the Studio Tour will support AAEH’s programs and members services Fri 7/3 – Sun 7/12 Special AAEH Member Exhibition at Ashawagh Hall, Springs Offers Previews of Artists Participating on the Tour. The special members show will include works by AAEH members as well as all of the Studio Tour artists, so that visitors can browse the art, meet the artists and choose the studios they want to visit in advance of their selfguided tour selections. One of the most exciting parts of a self-guided tour such as this is deciding where to begin. Studios are located across the Hamptons – from Southampton to Amagansett and from Sag Harbor to East Hampton, so it’s easy to find a starting point nearest you. The Members exhibition will be held at Ashawagh Hall, on Old Stone Highway and Springs Fireplace Road, in the historic heart of The Springs. Gallery hours are 12:00 – 6:00 pm daily. Admission to the members’ exhibition is free. Fri 7/3 Opening Reception with the Artists 5:00 pm -9:00 pm at Ashawagh Hall, Springs Fireplace Road, Springs, East Hampton Sun 7/12 Lecture at Ashawagh Hall 1:00pm Free Provided by GOLDEN Artist Colors expert Roy Kizner. ASHAWAGH HALL 780 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 631.329.4227 Fri 7/17 Four Living Artists 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Free

Artworks of four contemporary artists. The surreal and juxtaposed constructions in acrylic of Robert Douglas. Paintings of the photographic and cinematic from Warren Holt. Works of Natural History artist Alan Messer, and Gary Ruddell, who fashions a world drawn from Andrew Wyeth, Thomas Eakins and Winslow Homer then forms it into a sort of mystical realism. With daily wine tastings of premium wines from Italy and Austria (4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.). AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY 215 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 631.267.3810 Sat 7/18 A Conversation with best-selling author Hilma Wolitzer 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Free Here's a chance to spend an hour with this award-winning author Hilma Wolitzer, whose best selling books include 'The Doctor's Daughter,' 'Summer Reading' and 'Hearts.' Hilma Wolitzer's rare talent is her ability to make the unremarkable seem remarkable. Often compared to Virginia Woolf, Grace Paley and Anne Tyler, Hilma Wolitzer's dozen-plus books have all received rave reviews. Bring your questions to this armchair interview. It will add a new layer of understanding to her inspirational themes of starting over and starting late. BRIDGEHAMPTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.7596 Fri 7/17 Fridays at Five: Author Alan Furst 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm $15 The Hampton Library’s annual summer author program, Fridays at Five will present best-selling author Alan Furst on July 17 at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church. He will be discussing his latest historical espionage novel, "The Spies of Warsaw." The New York Times labeled him as “America’s preeminent spy novelist” and reviewer Janet Maslin said that this book continues to reflect the quality of his writing wherein “His stories combine keen deductive precision with much deeper, more turbulent and impassioned aspects of character.” His novels have been translated into 17 languages. Admission is $15 for each week - or $60 for a series of five. Tickets can be purchased at the door (not at the library). Admission includes beverages and hors d'oeuvres. Fri 7/24 - Tom Clavin and Bob Drury 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm $15 Clavin and Drury's "The Last Stand of Fox Company" is the remarkable true story of the U.S. Marines in the Battle for Fox Hill during the Korean War. Drury is a Contributing Editor and Foreign Correspondent for Men's Health magazine. He has reported from numerous war zones. Pulitzer-nominated and the recipient of several national journalism awards, he is the author, co-author and editor of eight previous non-fiction books. Clavin is a former contributing writer for The New York Times and the author of eight books. He has also written regularly for numerous national magazines such as Men's Journal, Newsday Sunday Magazine, Parade and Reader's Digest. To be held at Bridgehampton Community House. Fri 7/31 - John Feinstein 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm $15 Feinstein is a sports commentator and writer as well as a best-selling author. He writes for The Washington Post and Golf Digest and is a regular commentator on NPR's Morning Edition. In "Are You Kidding Me? The Story of Rocco Mediate's Extraordinary Battle with Tiger Woods at the Open," Mediate and Feinstein collaborate on a look back at Mediate's life and career through the prism of the 2008 season and U.S. Open. Feinstein live is Potomac, MD and Shelter Island. To be held at Bridgehampton Community House. ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-4962 Fri 7/3 Writer Bob Morris 6:00 pm Free Writer Bob Morris reads from Assisted Loving: True Tales of Double Dating with my Dad . Sat 7/11 Colson Whitehead 6:00 pm Free Novelist Colson Whitehead reads from “Sag Harbor .” Sun 7/12 Tea & Crumpets 6:00 pm Free Tea & Crumpets at Canio’s with Irish-American cookbook author Margaret Johnson. Sat 7/18 Christopher Beha 6:00 pm Free Christopher Beha reads from his memoir The Whole Five Feet: What the Great Books Taught Me about Life, Death, and Pretty Much Everything Else. Sun 7/19 Painter Peter Begley – Jacob’s Monsters 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Reception for painter Peter Begley´s exhibition, Jacob´s Monsters, acrylic,oil, & wax on paper. Works on view July 17 through August 17. Fri 7/24 Author Patricia Turner 6:00 pm Free Author Patricia Turner, speaks about her new book Crafted Lives: Stories and Studies of African American Quilters. Sat 7/25 Author Vincenza Scarpacci 6:15 pm Free

Author Vincenza Scarpacci speaks about her book The Journey of Italians in America. Sun 7/26 Writer Tim Horvath 4:00 pm Free Writer Tim Horvath reads from his novella Circulation, a librarian’s search to understand both his father and himself. BOOKHAMPTON 20 Main St East Hampton, 91 Main Street Southampton, 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor EAST END ARTS COUNCIL 133 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 631.727.0900 Master Artist-in-Residence this summer Study Collage with Lucy Fradkin During her mid-July stay as EEAC's artist in residence for the summer of 2009 Master collagist Lucy Fradkin will lead workshop participants on an exciting artistic journey. Lucy Fradkin has received the 2005 Artist Fellowship-Drawing as well as several Artist-inResidence Grants from the New York Foundation for the Arts. She has exhibited extensively worldwide, most recently at Lesley Heller Gallery, NY, Lehman College Art Gallery, NY and Smithsonian Museum National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC. Recent lectures include Hunter College, NY, several programs in Rome, Italy, and Islip Art Museum, NY. Inspired by the sacred and folk arts and the vanishing art of hand-painted signage Lucy Fradkin creates figurative works in oil and gouache at times incorporating collaged decorative elements. Wed 7/15 Collage Workshop 10:00 am – 2:00 pm $48 EEAC member / $60 nonmember Fri 7/17 Assemblage / 3-D Collage Sculpture Workshop 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $72 EEAC member / $90 nonmember Wed 7/22 Personal Narrative Painting / Mixed Media Collage Workshop 10:00 am – 4:00 pm $72 EEAC member / $90 nonmember Sat 7/18 View a presentation with Arthur Simms 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Suggested donation $5 The EEAC welcomes accomplished sculptor Arthur Simms to share his artistic vision in a one-time lecture and power-point presentation. Mr. Simms takes a large part of his inspiration for his human-scale sculptures, made mostly from recycled elements, from his bi-cultural Jamaican heritage and American education. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Rome Prize Fellowship, Academy Award for Art from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Creative Capital Grant and Guggenheim Fellowship. His most recent exhibits include The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum and commissioned work in Prospect Park. GLENN HOROWITZ BOOKSELLER 87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.5511 Sat 7/18 Eric Fischl: Beach Paintings 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Glenn Horowitz Bookseller is pleased to announce that Eric Fischl and A.M. Homes will appear at the shop on July 18th, from 3 to 5p.m. for a signing of his new book, Eric Fischl: Beach Paintings (Rizzoli, 2009, $65). The book features Fischl's painting and A.M. Homes' writing. This volume of 200 beach-inspired works celebrates life at the beach and brings together a significant body of work - including paintings, photographs, watercolors, and charcoals - by one the leading painters of figurative works and nudes of the contemporary era. It includes a short story by acclaimed novelist A. M. Homes in a remarkable pairing of painterly aesthetic and literary style. THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 FRIDAY AT THE MOVIES JJML’s popular Friday at the Movies series is shown on a large screen in the library’s third-floor rotunda. Seating is limited, so please arrive by 6:15 pm. Films start promptly at 6:30 pm. No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free. MONTAUK LIBRARY 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY 631.668.3377 Wed 7/22 The Best of BeFilm: The International Festival of Short Films 7:30 pm Free Short films from Europe and the USA. Presented by Laurence Assaraf, founder of BeFilms. Some filmmakers may participate as well. Narrative, animation, spec and 3-D films - some as short as one minute. MOSQUITO HAWK GALLERY 24 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island, NY 11964 631.905.4998 Gallery Hours: Friday–Sunday, 1-8pm and by appointment.

Mosquito Hawk Gallery is committed to creating a communal space to celebrate and nurture the work of both emerging and established artists. Alexis Martino, the gallery’s founder, hopes to create a salon-like atmosphere to foster a sense of community and an open exchange of ideas. Housed in a 19th century church, Mosquito Hawk Gallery boasts cathedral ceilings and 75 feet of linear hanging space. 7/2 – 7/5 Shelter Island Historical Society Second Annual Art Show 7/11 – 8/6 Inner Beast Carly Haffner, Charles Ly, Molly M. Weiss (all members of East Hampton’s Bonac Tonic Art Collective) as well as Brooklyn-based Reyna Hofmann, will present a broad range of work—from printmaking to large sculpture—that, in turn, releases, tames, scrutinizes, and fetters the beast within. PAMELA WILLIAMS GALLERY LTD. 167 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.267.7817 Gallery Hours: Thurs – Mon 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Through 7/13 Charles Waller “Communique” Mon 7/13 Reception 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm SPANIERMAN GALLERY AT EAST HAMPTON 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.9530 Thurs 7/2 – Mon 8/3 Neil Williams Fri 7/3 Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Fri 7/10 – Sun 7/12 ArtHampton: Neil Williams 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Fri/Sat) 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Sun) Location: Bridgehampton Historical Society, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932. SURFACE LIBRARY 845 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.291.9061 Thurs/Fri 1:00pm – 7:00 pm; Sat/Sun 11:00 am – 7:00 pm; and by appointment 7/22 Textures: Artists as Alchemists An exhibition of artists who survey aesthetic significance from the unexpected.The exhibition features international and local artists whose work is currently on rotation with Art Rent and Lease – an online gallery which is dedicated to corporate art rentals and leasing. GRENNING GALLERY 90 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.8469 Fri 7/10 – Sun 7/12 ArtHampton 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Fri/Sat) 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Sun) We are pleased to invite you to our booth Number 16 in Tent D at ArtHamptons, opening Friday July 10th through Sunday July 12th. The biggest art fair in the Hamptons will be in tents in the field across from Candy Kitchen in Bridgehampton. Please join us between 12 and 7 on Friday and Saturday, and from 12 to 6 on Sunday. SPRINGS PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton 324-4791 LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 CHORAL SOCIETY OF THE HAMPTONS at the Presbyterian Church, 2429 Montauk Hwy Bridgehampton 537-0863 WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons Bridgehampton 537-3040 TECHNIQUE CLASSES Free Please join us for a new series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our technique classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by culinary experts and featuring cuisines from around the world, classes include demonstrations and samples of prepared dishes as well as printed recipes you can take home. Join us for the entire series or choose your favorite individual classes. Class size is limited, and classes tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space today. Sun 7/12 Summer Desserts Learn to make creative summer desserts that capture the essence of the season, this class will show you how to make everything from refreshing frozen treats to fruit fill delights like a pocket pie – the perfect addition to picnics or packed lunches.

Sun 7/19 The Versatile Food Processor You won’t believe the amount of energy you’ll save once you rely on your food processor to handle countless time-consuming prep tasks. Understand your processor’s capabilities as we demonstrate the functions of various blades and features, you’ll be whipping up batches of piecrusts and pesto in no time. Sun 7/26 Flavors of Summer When we think of summer in the kitchen, visions of tomatoes, corn and zucchini take center stage. Join us for a class devoted to new and exciting ways to enjoy summer vegetables at their freshest and most flavorful. COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS AT WILLIAMS SONOMA 11:00 am Thurs 7/2 Easy Homemade Ice Cream Fri 7/3 Perfect Picnic Sides Sat 7/4 The Best of the Fourth Tues 7/7 The Best of the Fourth Thurs 7/9 Summer Desserts Fri 7/10 Summer Starters Sat 7/11 Pies on the Go! Tues 7/14 Great Graters Thurs 7/16 PIZZA! Fri 7/17 Pizza Essentials Sat 7/18 Pizza with a Twist Tues 7/21 Perfect Pasta Thurs 7/23 Pasta in a Pinch Fri 7/24 Summer Pasta Sat 7/25 Maximizing Your Food Processor Tues 7/29 Our Favorite Foods Thurs 7/30 Grilling Essentials Fri 7/31 Taste of Summer GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM Sound Avenue, Aquebogue NY 631-680-1699 Fri 7/3 Farm Fresh Infusions of Herb Oils 11:00 am – 1:00 pm $25 Learn how to make simple and tasty oils and vinegars that spruce up any summer meal. Learn about the qualities of different oils such as olive, sunflower, sesame seed, coconut, grapeseed, etc. and the benefits of unrefined oils. We’ll go out into the farmfields to harvest what we need together, then learn the technique to make drizzles, dressings, sauces, and beautiful gifts to take home. Last but not least, we’ll taste our creations with some fresh greens from the farm. Recipes we’ll be making will include: • Herb Oils & Vinegars such as basil, oregano, marjoram, thyme, rosemary, cilantro. • Vegetable Juice Oils include beet and zucchini. Sun 7/12 Make Your Own Vegetarian Dumplings 11:00 am – 1:00 pm $25 Special Class taught by Cathy Erway of www.NotEatingOutinNY.com. Learn how to make dumplings from scratch using fresh organic vegetables from our farm. We’ll be making a variety of vegetarian dumplings that are easy to make at home. Enjoy them during class and take some home for the family! Sun 7/19 “Hunt & Gather” Egg Brunch: The Incredible, Edible Pastured Egg 11:00 am – 1:00 pm $25 Have you ever collected your own eggs, right from the chicken? Join this class and you’ll have a chance to do so! Garden of Eve’s eggs are unique because our chickens are pastured. They live out in the field and eat grass and bugs which make these eggs super-flavorful, deep yellow, and packed with healthy Omega-3’s. Eggs are a savory complete source of protein and one of the most versatile, year-round farm fresh items in your refrigerator. Come learn how easily you an make some of your favorite restaurant dishes at home! Recipes we’ll be making will include: • Eggs Benedict (hollandaise and poached eggs)• Fresh Mayonnaise (herbed and roasted garlic)• Zabaglione/Sabayon (a creamy sweet custard sauce for cakes and berries) • Gelato (the most EGGzellent of all frozen desserts) NICK & TONI'S RESTAURANT 136 North Main Street East Hampton 324-3550 MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 PECONIC LAND TRUST 296 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11969 631.283.3195

Thurs 7/30 Open House at the Amagansett Farmers Market 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Come and learn more about this exciting collaboration between the Trust and Eli Zabar. Trust President John v.H. Halsey and Eli Zabar will be on hand to answer questions. BRIDGE GARDENS 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.7440 Bridge Gardens is a five-acre botanical garden retreat located in Bridgehampton, New York, first established by Jim Kilpatric and Harry Neyens in 1988. In late September of 2008, Bridge Gardens Trust was donated to the Peconic Land Trust to preserve and steward the property in perpetuity. The Trust intends to expand access to the Gardens and use the them as a venue to support and enhance the mission and raise public awareness of the Peconic Land Trust. The staff understands it is important to conserve the spirit and the founders' aesthetic intentions of the original garden. Fri 7/17 Wine, Roses, and Lavender 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $50 person / $40 Bridge Garden members Enjoy wine with winemaker Roman Roth, hors d'oeuvres from Janet O'Brien Caterers, Inc., chocolate treats from Mische Bacher of Sacred Sweets, and a conversation with Rick Bogusch on the care and cultivation of roses and lavender. Space is limited. Please call Robin at 631-283-3195 ext. 10 to register. Fri 7/24 Ken Morsch Guitarist and Singer/Songwriter 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Free Bring a picnic and join us in the Gardens to listen to live music by a local artist. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.9735 Nature walks & workshops. Reservations are reqiured in advance for all events. Events are free to museum members. Non-members $7 per adult, $5 per child ages 12-3 years, children ages 2 and under free. Fee includes admission to the museum on the day of the event For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Sat 7/4 Butterfly Fireworks for the 4th of July (Bridgehampton) 11:00 am Walk Leader: Henry Halama. Tiny scales overlapping in rows are what give butterflies their brilliant color and distinctive patterns. Join butterfly enthusiast Henry Halama for a foray into the field, binoculars in hand, to scout for these beautiful insects. Sun 7/5 Family Forest Walk: Oak, Hickories, and Maples (Bridgehampton) 10:00 am Walk Leader: Crystal Possehl, SoFo Nature Educator. This walk will take children and adults through forests of acorn bearing oaks, nut bearing hickories and seed bearing maples. Learn all about these forests and the animals that inhabit them. There’s a chance you’ll see lots of birds and creepy crawlies. You might even see some not-too-shy mammals, amphibians, and reptiles. The walk will be about 3 miles round-trip. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Sun 7/12 Montauk Family Forest Walk: The Maritime Forest 10:00 am Walk Leader: Crystal Possehl, SoFo Nature Educator. The combination of saltwater and sandy soil has created a unique forest close to Long Island’s shores: the maritime forest. In this walk Crystal will take you to one of Montauk’s maritime forests to discover the unique ways plants survive the saltwater spray and very sandy soil, and what special animals call this place home. The trail is less then 2 miles roundtrip. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Fri 7/17 North Sea Sebonac Creek Paddle 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Paddle Leader: Kevin McAllister, Peconic Baykeeper. Join the Peconic Baykeeper Kevin McAllister for a leisurely paddle on the spectacular Sebonac Creek, an important tributary to the Peconic Bay located in North Sea. The 4-mile-long paddle will pass expansive salt marshes, a maze of tidal creeks, forested hummocks, and woodlands. Paddlers will make several stops along the way to hear Kevin talk about the local fauna and flora and efforts to protect the East End's waters. Bring your own kayak or canoe. Sat 7/18 How to Identify Our Native Ferns (Montauk) 10:00 am Walk Leader: Jim Ash, SoFo Executive Director. Find just the right places to locate our native ferns and learn how to identify them by their shape, structure, and the character of their leaves, leaflets, subleaflets, lobes, and stalks. You’ll become a pteridologist (someone who studies ferns) when you connect the words pinna, pinnule, pinnulet, rachis, and rhizome to their more common English terms. Sun 7/19 Family Forest Walk: The Pine Barrens (Hampton Bays) 10:00 am Walk Leader: Crystal Possehl, SoFo Nature Educator. On this 2-3 mile round-trip Crystal will take adults and children on a walk through the Pitch Pine forest of the Pine Barrens. This is a special place as it is Long Island’s largest natural area (it once covered a quarter million acres) and Long Island’s last remaining wilderness. On this walk you’ll learn why the Pitch Pine forest exists, who calls it home, and why it is valuable to animals and humans alike. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Sat 7/25 Nature Puppet Show & Beach Walk (Sag Harbor) 10:00 am

Puppeteer: Barbara Blaisdell, Fisherman: Al Daniels. SoFo Nature Educator: Heather Abrams. The SoFo Nature Explorers, Madeline the pig, Ratzo the shark, Melville the turtle, and their human friend Mrs. B. are putting on their sun glasses and thinking SUMMER! It’s time to find and record things found at the beach and in the bay. This time fisherman Al Daniels will use his haulseining fish net to help Mrs. B and the children to see what live animals they can find in the water. SoFo nature educator Heather Abrams will help to identify what they find on the beach. Mrs. B. is a SoFo board member and retired teacher. Fisherman Al Daniels writes a fishing column in the Sag Harbor Express. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Sun 7/26 Getting to Know the Bees and Wasps (Bridgehampton) 1:00 pm Walk Leader: Joe Napolitano. Often present (but not always welcome) bees and wasps are part of one of the largest and most successful groups of insects in the world. Join entomologist and photographer Joe Napolitano, an instructor of biology at Stony Brook University, as we explore the exciting diversity of bee and wasp biology. We'll take a field walk to find local species and learn how to identify common bees and wasps by their appearance, nests, and behavior. There will be a large collection of mounted specimens for close up viewing, as well. MAIN BEACH SURF AND SPORT 352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott, NY 11975 631.537.2716 Fri 7/17 Global Surf Industries Long Board Shoot Out 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm Global Surf Industries Long Board & SUP Shoot out. We will be reviewing and demonstrating the latest long boards designs from Meyerhoffer, Walden and others. Meet at the Main Beach Store in the Wainscott Village at 3:00pm for a board review and discussion. We will then head down to a local beach break for the free demo session. Sat 7/18 – Sun 7/19 Summer Super Swap 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Stop by the Main Beach Store for our Summer Super Swap. Drop off your used gear and equipment the week before the swap and get it priced and tagged. When it sells you earn full store credit! A great opportunity to upgrade your watersports and adventure gear! Store discounts and promotions all weekend... EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. GROUP FOR THE EASTEND 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Unless indicated, GSF’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Tues 7/7 It’s Not Too Late to Start Composting (Southold) 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm You may think you’ve missed the boat for starting a compost pile this summer, but that is not the case. With temperatures just beginning to climb to their highest for the season, it is the prime time to create a composting system in your own backyard. Composting allows you to turn yard waste and kitchen scraps into nutritious soil to use in your garden – another way of recycling. Just think of all the time you will save transporting grass clippings and leaves to the town transfer station! This lecture will take place at the Group’s North Fork office: 54895 Main Road in Southold. For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 7/11 Sunset Paddle & BBQ on Hallock’s Bay (Orient) 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm Join us for a scenic paddle on Hallock’s Bay, where we’ll search for wildlife and learn about this beautiful natural environment. The paddle will start from the bend in Narrow River Road (Orient) and travel along the shoreline to Orient Beach State Park, where we will gather to enjoy a BBQ before paddling back by the light of the setting sun. We’ll cook dinner, but please bring something to drink (supplies must be transported in your kayak or canoe). Fee for the paddle and BBQ is $25 ($15 for children under 12). If you do not have your own boat, single kayaks can be rented for $30, double kayaks for $50. For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 7/25 Volunteers Needed: Community Garden (Southold) 9:00 am – 10:00 am Thanks to all our volunteers who helped create a community garden in the backyard of the Group’s Southold office in May! Now we need your help to pull the weeds that have since sprouted up around the beautiful plants we put into the ground this spring. We’ll provide bagels and juice – just bring your gardening gloves and a few friends to help out. Let’s give our plants some room to grow! For more information,

please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island 749-1001 Edged in white by 10 miles of coastline, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island is considered one of the richest habitats in the Northeast. Just 90 miles from New York City, the preserve covers a third of the island with 2,039 acres of interlacing tidal creeks, mature oak woodlands, fields, and freshwater marshes and is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Peconic." All programs require pre-registration. Call the Mashomack Preserve office at (631) 749-1001 for reservations, meeting place, and further information. Events are free to members of The Nature Conservancy, $4 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM Sound Avenue, Aquebogue NY 631-680-1699 THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 New for Summer 2009- Montauk Whale Watching Whale Watching and Marine Cruise Excursions start 7/5 Due to popular demand the Viking Fleet will be adding whale watching trips to this summer's schedule. The trips will begin July 5th and will depart the dock every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday . Departure time for the excursion is at 9:30am and return to the dock is at 3pm. We will sail aboard the Viking Star which is equipped with a full galley and a top deck with seating for observation. The cost for the trip is $49 for adults and $19 for children between the ages of 5 and 12. Children under 5 ride for free! THE EASTERN LONG ISLAND YACHTING ASSOCIATION (ELIYA) Joan Worthing 287-3205 The Eastern Long Island Yachting Association is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1981 by a group of dedicated local sailors with a mission to promote sailing on Eastern Long Island waters as well as regional, national, and international amateur sailing activities and competitions. CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold, NY 631.765.2626 Every Saturday from Sunset ‘til midnight, weather permitting, Custer staff will be on hand to assist you in observing the night sky using Custer's telescopes, and to answer your questions about astronomy and the organization itself. The Darkest Skies of any Observatory on Long Island! Sat 7/18 Concert: Celan String Quartet 7:00 pm Performing Beethoven, Shostakowitch, Avro Part and more. Sat 7/18 – Sun 7/19 The Great South Bay Amateur Radio Club Event – a 24-hour Marathon! Sat 7/25 Concert: Celan String Quartet 8:00 pm Performing selections from Beethoven, Schostakowitsch, Arvo Part, and more.. COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-3352 THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.8250 It started with a dream: To create a magical and inviting place for young people that would stir their curiosity and imagination. In this quickly moving world of technology, children’s museums give families an opportunity to slow down and actively share in their children’s growth. These wonderful places of discovery are designed to provide interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create a lifelong love of self-directed learning. Interactive exhibits will be both permanent and rotating. The permanent exhibit will focus on what makes the East End a special place, with an emphasis on the people and living creatures that inhabit it. Themes include agriculture, fishing, world celebrations, and community. In addition to the indoor activities, visitors will be encouraged to explore outdoor exhibits, mazes and gardens. Plans include space for year-round workshops, performances, and special events, as well as a permanent art workshop for children to explore their own creativity. Reservations required unless otherwise specified. CMEE Museum Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sat: 9 am-6 pm; Friday is late night at CMEE: 9 am-7:30 pm; Sun: 10 am-6 pm; Closed on Tuesdays Admission: Under 1 year old: FREE; 12 and under: $5.00; Teens and Grownups: $7.00; Senior Grownups: $5.00 YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN ADVANCE .

Sat 7/11 “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” with CMEE 9:30 am – 11:00 am $20 Members / $24 Nonmembers Tiffany & Co is partnering with CMEE's "Get Creative" program, to host a "Breakfast at Tiffany's" at their East Hampton store. Parents can come enjoy breakfast and shop while their children can get creative designing their own dazzling jewelry! Advance reservations are strongly encouraged as space is limited. Tues 7/21 Let’s Dress Up Mermaid Tea Party 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm $60 per child (for Tea party); $15 per adult (includes wine, fruit, cheese/crackers) What little girl doesn’t love tea parties, dressing up AND the magic and wonder of ‘mermaids’?! Here’s a party that has it all – for pirate-loving boys too! Have your child come in a swimsuit or leotard ‘to dress up’ over! The Mermaid Staff will include the ‘the works’: A photograph of your child in costume; a picture frame they can decorate; games and gussying up for the girls if desired before the actual party; A sit-down ‘tea party’ served by the Mermaid staff, with sandwiches, fruit, muffins, goldfish, candies and lemonade ‘tea’, and special dessert. Mermaid guests will also be read a sea-side tale, and receive a parting gift as they change at the end of the party. Sat 7/25 CMEE Under the Sea Summer Family Fair 10:30 am Catch oceans of entertainment & waves of laughter at CMEE “Under the Sea,” a day of family fun to benefit the Chidren’s Museum of the East End. Live music by Laughing Pizza, Carnival games, art activites, food, merriment, and more! For more information or tickets call: 631.537.8250. 2009 Picnic & Performance Series Bring a picnic, and join us this Summer for an exciting line-up of some of the best-and-beloved performers in children’s entertainment, from both the East End and beyond! WEDNESDAYS & Select TUESDAYS at 6pm! Cost: Members: $10/Non-Members: $12/At the door at performance time: $15. Tuesday “Puppets & A Picnic” Series with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre / Whirligig Wednesdays Wed 7/22 Maritime Pirates Family Show 6:00 pm all ages The Maritime Pirates Show is a fun filled entertainment program that takes audiences through an interactive journey to help find the “Greatest Treasure of All”. The show includes: the Proclamation, questions and answers, “Pirates Fowels” (of the alphabet), a spelling bee, search for clues, a full fledged ‘sword’ fight and of course the treasure. Song booklets and treasure maps are given to everyone. The motto for the Maritime Pirates is “The Greatest Treasure of All is a Heart of Gold.” Tues 7/28 The Chicken Show 6:00 pm (45 min) Henrietta, the singing chicken longs to be a star on Broadway but the mean farmer is going to put her in a stew if she doesn’t produce an egg by morning. Find out how Henrietta, with the help of her friends, learns to believe in herself to make her dreams come true. All ages, rod puppets, costumed characters. Wed 7/29 “Rock School with Laughing Pizza” 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Parent’s Choice Award-winning ‘family band’ Laughing Pizza is offering a 2 hour song writing and performing workshop - giving kids of all ages a chance to experience what goes into writing a song, and an opportunity to perform it with Laughing Pizza during the live show that same evening. Kids will help write a special song for the performance, and then whether they play shakers or drums, or want to dance or sing (or simply watch from the audience!) - during the live show they'll get to perform the song they helped to write. As award-winning songwriters and with their background as teachers, Billy and Lisa - along with their 13 year old daughter, Emily - help guide kids and parents through the creative process. Suggested ages: 5 years & up. GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall), East Union Street, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.4193 Puppet Playgroups Join us for free play, songs, games, Circle Fun, and a Minkie the Monkey puppet show. Ages: Kids 3 years and under with their grown-ups. $175 for eight week session - you may come to a puppet show as a make-up for any missed classes. Members may use punch cards, but must punch in in advance. Drop ins with reservations are welcome at $25. Please call 631-725-4193 to reserve. Tot Art Ages: 2-4 and their grown-ups. An hour of crafty fun! $175 for eight week session - you may come to a puppet show as a make-up for any missed classes. Members may use punch cards, but must punch in in advance. Drop ins with reservations are welcome at $25. Please call 631-725-4193 to reserve. Puppet Shows $10 for everyone, $9 for Grandparents and members, $5 for children under three years. Afternoon Play Drop in for $20, members can use their punch cards.Drop 'em off with us, we'll play games, sing songs, do arts and crafts and watch a

short puppet film-have all kinds of fun while you have yours. Ages: 3-5 years. Registration required: call 631-725-4193. DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead 11901 BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 & CORRY CREEK VINEYARD CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Sun 7/5 Jazz Convergence Quartet - Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Jazz Convergence Quartet - Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet, features Neil Ralph on keyboards, with very special guests Bryan Campbell, guitar and John Soldo, drums. Together they bring to bear more than a century of combined yet widely diverse musical expression in a varied and eclectic performance. On a given afternoon their repertoire may take you from Bach to Bacharach to Bebop, from samba to straight ahead jazz. Please Remember No Outside Alcoholic Beverages Are Permitted On The Property. Sun 7/12 Borghese Book Chats Facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph. D. 4:00 pm $20 Join us on the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an in-depth chat about one of the many great books of today. Our chats will be facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. Professor of Literature at S.U.N.Y., Nassau Community College. Arrive early and indulge in a glass of Borghese wine, while mingling with other book lovers until the chat begins at 1pm. Reservations preferred. $20 includes a glass of wine, cheese and crackers. Join us on the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an in-depth chat about one of the many great books of today. Jul 12: The Story of Edgar Sawtell, David Wroblewski. Thurs 7/16 Green Drinks 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm $8/person Green Drinks is a worldwide networking event that is held monthly in over 500 cities and now you are invited to join Ann Marie and Marco Borghese for a special evening in the vines. Join us at Castello di Borghese, the founding estate vineyard for an evening of delicious wines and local food. A donation of $8 per person (to benefit the local schoolyard garden projects of the East End Chapter of Slow Food) and cash bar for wine. Enjoy wonderful organic treats from Sang Lee Farms and a tasting of sumptuous desserts from Sweet Home Sensations...And of course the award winning wines of Castello di Borghese will be available for your tasting pleasure. CHANNING DAUGHTER WINERY 1927 Scuttlehole Road, Bridgehampton 537-7224 DUCK WALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & DUCK WALK NORTH Town of Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 Sat 7/4 Live Music on the Patio Sun 7/5 The East End Trio on the Duck Walk North Patio Thurs 7/9 – Sun 7/12 “Revolution” featuring the art of The Beatles 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Duck Walk South Wed 7/15 – Sun 7/19 “Revolution” featuring the art of The Beatles 11:00 am – 6:00 pm Duck Walk North "Revolution" features artwork created by John Lennon, Paul Mccartney, Ringo Starr, plus famous Fab Four photographs, Beatles animation and more. All works are available to purchase. Work will be displayed during tasting room hours of 11:00am - 6:00 p.m. One of the many highlights of the show is a rare live appearance of famed Beatles animator, Ron Campbell. Campbell is the director of the legendary Saturday morning Beatles Cartoon series that aired on ABC from September 25, 1965 through April 20, 1969. He also was an animator on the Beatles film Yellow Submarine. Other "Revolution" highlights include new hand-signed artwork from Ringo Starr, a very rare limited edition art piece from the fifth Beatle Stuart Sutcliffe, hand-signed art from Paul McCartney, a gold etched record of John Lennon's Imagine, a newly released posthumous Beatles drawing from artist Al Hirschfeld, photographs from Linda McCartney and much more. It's a visual history of the Fab Four. Sat 7/18 Ann Liguori Foundation Outback Steakhouse VIP Dinner Dance Benefiting the American Cancer Society and Healthy Children, Heathy Futures, a program teaching young people about good nutrition and fitness, which we are implementing on the East End! YOU make the party fun and your generosity helps in the fight against cancer. Outback Steakhouse will serve delectable hor oeuvre's and full buffet. Duckwalk Vineyards will provide all the wine and Three Olives will be providing vodka for the martinis and specialty drinks. We will have exciting silent and live auction items. Thurs 7/30 The Perlman Music Program (Duck Walk North) The Perlman Music Program welcomes young musicians of rare and special talent into a richly supportive music community. Join us as program students share these special talents. All proceeds go to the Perlman Music Program. Wine by the glass and snacks available for purchase. Reservations/info at 631.765.3500or events@Duckwalk.com.

JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25, Jamesport , NY 631.722.5256 Summer Concerts Unforgettable summer evenings begin with a concert surrounded by the picturesque vineyards of the East End. All concerts are from 6-8 pm and are held rain or shine under a tent or pavillon. Tickets are priced at a recession-special $20, and can be purchased at the East End Arts Council (133 East Main St., Riverhead) or at the gate. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets, as seating is not usually provided. Picnic dinners are welcome, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Please call 631-727-0900 or visit www.eastendarts.org for more information and directions to the vineyards. You bring the picnic, we'll provide great music, wonderful wines and a spectacular setting, at a very reasonable cost. Sat 7/11 Quadralove – Reggae 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm $20 Sat 7/11 The Kumalo Band – Get Your Groove On! 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $20 Sat 7/18 Noah’s Ark – Reggae 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm $20 Sun 7/19 Wine, Beer and Oyster Fest 12:00 pm If you like high quality wine, premium micro-brews and fresh oysters and clams, then there is only one place to be this Sunday. Come on out to Jamesport Vineyards to enjoy all of the above while listening to the rockin' music of Reckoning. www.reckoningband.com. The event starts at Noon and ends at 6:00 pm. Come early to get a good spot. You are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets. No outside alcohol is permitted in. Sat 7/25 Bruce MacDonald 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm $20 THE LENZ WINERY Main Road (Rte. 25), Peconic, NY 11958 631.734.6010 Late Night Thursdays Return July 9th Open till 8:00 pm! Each hour offers something new. Live Music too! 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm: win tickets to the Merlot Classic. 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm 50/50 Raffle for Local Charity. 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm: complimentary Estate Flight Tasting. Sun 7/12 Wild White Wines 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $50 / Lenz subscribers $25 4 flights, each focusing on a lesser-known varietal: Aligote, Albarino, Gewurztraminer & Viognier. Limited to 25 participants. Reserve by July 10th for a 10% ticket discount. Sat 7/18 Yappy Hour! 10:00 am – 2:00 pm See you in the Lenz Courtyard! Sun 7/19 Red Wines for Summer 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm $50 / Lenz subscribers $25 In hot weather, it is easier to pick a white wine than perhaps a red wine. Never fear, this class will offer you 16 examples of red wines perfect for summer drinking. All will be sourced from local wineries and liquor stores; so, you'll be able to immediately add them to your summer stock. Limited to 25 participants. Reserve by July 15th for a 10% ticket discount. LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road, Mattituck 298-1942 LONG ISLAND MEADERY 1347 Lincoln Avenue Suite 11, Holbrook 11741 285-7469 Have you ever heard of mead? Have you ever tried mead? Maybe you tried mead while visiting Europe or at a medieval festival? Have you been told that mead was like beer, a beer with honey or even a wine with honey? Mead has some similarities to these beverages, but it is so much more it deserves its own category. Mead is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of honey as its primary sugar source and is often referred to as honey wine. Being made from honey, one would naturally expect it to be very sweet and although it usually is, it can actually range from dry to very sweet. Mead is usually still, though it can be made sparkling and can range from a mild low alcoholic content up to very high. Mead is arguably the oldest alcoholic beverage on the planet with some evidence dating it back approximately 10,000 years. Due to many different cultural and financial reasons, mead has fallen out of favor over the many years and now we call it the 'oldest alcoholic beverage no one has ever heard of.' A far cry from its hey day when it was referred to as the 'Nectar of the Gods.' Mead can be produced in many variations including a plain honey wine (traditional - honey only), flavored with fruit (melomel), spices (metheglin), vegetables, or any combination of ingredients limited only by the imagination of the wine maker and the resources he has at hand. Mon - Thurs by Appointment Only, Fri 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck 298-0100 MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 298-0075

Fri 7/3 – Fri 7/31 Art Show – Joan Stevens & Claire Nigro Sat 7/4 Chowder Fest Shucking Demonstration with Buoy One Seafood Market & Restaurant 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Shucking Demonstration from 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Rain or shine; Food and Drink additional. 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm:Live Music with Albert Del Rio (Rock/Pop). Sat 7/4 Big Band East – A Patriotic Celebration! 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $15 Unforgettable summer evenings begin with a concert surrounded by the picturesque vineyards of the East End. All concerts are from 6-8 pm and are held rain or shine under a tent or pavillon. Tickets are priced at a recession-special $15, and can be purchased at the East End Arts Council (133 East Main St., Riverhead) or at the gate. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets, as seating is not usually provided. Picnic dinners are welcome, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Please call 631-727-0900 or visit www.eastendarts.org for more information and directions to the vineyards. You bring the picnic, we'll provide great music, wonderful wines and a spectacular setting, at a very reasonable cost. Sat 7/11 Summer Party for the Animals 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm $10/adult $25/families for online purchases by 7/7; $15/adult $30/families after 7/7 and at the door To benefit the Suffolk SPCA’s Equine Rescue Collaborative at Southaven. Fri 7/17 Singles Mingle 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm $10 in advance; $15 at the door. Over 30 years old; Music & Wine by the glass; RSVP by 7/15/09 at 631 298 0075 x13 or Buy Tix. Sat 7/18 Long Island Author Book Fair 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Fri 7/24 Spiker Movie Screening 8:00 pm $5 in advance / $10 at the door Rated R. No refunds. Sat 7/25 Last Chance Animal Rescue Fund BBQ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm $30 in advance / $35 at the door BBQ by Maple Tree. Live music by Widow Gavit’s Band. Chinese Auction. Beer and wine additional. Rain or shine. No refunds. Call 631.987.6755 or 631.220.1864. Sat 7/25 Long Island Comedy Festival 8:00 pm $25 general admission / $35 at the door Wine additional by the glass. Sat 7/25 Greek Gods of Comedy 10:00 pm $30 in advance / $35 at the door The Ultimate Hellenic Comedy Show! Featuring Ellen Karis, Jim Mendrinos & Basile. Sun 7/26 Fireman’s Chili Cook-Off 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm $10 donation Cooking Demonstration with Dave Girard of Buoy One Seafood Market & Restaurant. RSVP by 7/15 at 631.298.0075 ext 13. THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004 PALMER VINEYARDS 5120 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 11901 722-WINE (5362) PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25), Aquebogue 722-8800 PECONIC BAY WINERY 31320 Main Road, Cutchogue, NY 11935 631.734.7361 Sat 7/25 Cat Ballou – A Winterfest Favorite! 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $15 Unforgettable summer evenings begin with a concert surrounded by the picturesque vineyards of the East End. All concerts are from 6-8 pm and are held rain or shine under a tent or pavillon. Tickets are priced at a recession-special $15, and can be purchased at the East End Arts Council (133 East Main St., Riverhead) or at the gate. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets, as seating is not usually provided. Picnic dinners are welcome, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Please call 631-727-0900 or visit www.eastendarts.org for more information and directions to the vineyards. You bring the picnic, we'll provide great music, wonderful wines and a spectacular setting, at a very reasonable cost. PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Saturdays & Sundays Memorial Day Weekend through October Live Music on the Pavilion 1:00 pm -5:00 pm Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy live music overlooking the vineyard. Weather permitting. Pavilion Closes at 6:00 pm. By law, only Pindar Vineyards wines can be consumed on the property.

Tours of the Winery Complimentary winery tours will be given Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Sun 7/19 Sunflowers, Chardonnay & “Sand-Wishes” 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm $35/person Luncheon/Fundraiser to benefit Make A Wish of Suffolk County! Grab your friends and head out to Pindar Vineyards for an afternoon of good wine, good food and great company all for a fantastic cause. $35pp includes lunch, glass of Sunflower Chardonnay, complimentary logo glass, dessert, live music and good times all on the Pindar pavilion overlooking the vines. Proceeds go to Make A Wish of Suffolk County to grant a wish for a child in our area! Groups welcome! Reservations required. Call or e-mail to reserve your space 631.734.6200 x104 or events@Pindar.net. THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic 765-6404 VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 Open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. We are always proud to present Wine Country's “LITTLE CIGAR FACTORY"! Hand rolled cigars, personalized humidors and cigar boxes. WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Year-Round Enjoy a glass of wine and meet new people or old friends. Cheese and crackers are being served and guests listen to live music in a fun, "meet and greet" atmosphere. Reservations are not required. No cover charge. $5.00 per glass on selected wines. Fri 7/10 Watercolor Classes and Vineyard Lunch 11:00 am – 4:00 pm $125/class (class, lunch and wine; materials provided) Learn watercolor techniques for painting landscapes and flowers with artist Lois Bender. Experience the beautiful scenery at Wölffer Estate Vineyard, And pause for a relaxing lunch and wine tasting. All levels of experience welcome. For Reservations: 631 537-5106 ext. 20. Fri 7/17 Watercolor Classes and Vineyard Lunch 11:00 am – 4:00 pm $125/class (class, lunch and wine; materials provided) Learn watercolor techniques for painting landscapes and flowers with artist Lois Bender. Experience the beautiful scenery at Wölffer Estate Vineyard, And pause for a relaxing lunch and wine tasting. All levels of experience welcome. For Reservations: 631 537-5106 ext. 20. Sat 7/25 The James Beard Foundation’s Chefs & Champagne New York VIP Reception 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm / Main Event 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm JBF Members $175 / General Public $250 Join us for our annual summer tasting party and silent auction honoring JBF Award-Winning restauranteurs Alex Von Bidder & Julian Niccolini, and the 50th Anniversary of the legendary Four Seasons Restaurant. VIP Premium Admission: JBF Members and General Public $350 / VIP Tables of 10 $3000. Includes exclusive reception, silent auction preview, reserved seating, and VIP after-party access. For reservations and more information, please call 212.627.2308 or visit www.jamesbeard.org/chefsandchampagne. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Wed 7/1 Shinobi Ninja 8:00 pm $10 Formed in a Hell’s Kitchen NYC recording studio in early 2008, Shinobi Ninja is the offspring of Singers Dave Aaron and Baby Girl, Guitarists Maniac Mike and Adriano Morez, Drummer Terminator Dave, and DJ Axis. Combining the forces of songwriters, studio musicians, producers, engineers, dancers, battle djs, and a chef, this “Voltron-esque” rock group bound by a party lifestyle and the love of music, creates an original sound with diverse influences of Hip Hop, Punk, Soul, R&B, and Metal. Wed 7/1 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 From Big Band to Hip Hop, Harry’s got it all… Thurs 7/2 Graham Parker 8:00 pm $30 general admission / $45 VIP admission Graham Parker and The Rumour were formed in the summer of 1975 and released their first album, "Howlin' Wind," in January 1976 to worldwide critical acclaim. Their second album, "Heat Treatment," followed six months later, garnering similar critical reaction and propelled Parker to international recognition. 2006 shows no sign of Parker slowing down with the haunting new song "2000 Funerals"

released as a one-off single only in downloadable form on itunes and emusic. New GP tunes are being tried regularly out at his solo shows and a new album can't be far behind! Thurs 7/2 Winston Irie 11:00 pm $25 Fri 7/3 Forever Ray – A Tribute to Music Genius Ray Charles 8:00 pm $35 general admission / $50 VIP admission Forever Ray: Whitley and the Hard Times Band has been performing to sell-out audiences throughout the New York Metropolitan area. They perform the exciting and uplifting music of Ray Charles, which include a wonderful blend of musical styles which range from Jazz and Blues, to Country and R&B. Fri 7/3 Nancy Atlas 11:00 pm $25 Sat 7/4 Joan Osborne 8:00 pm $100 general admission / $115 VIP admission Singer Joan Osborne was born on July 8, 1963, in the town of Anchorage, KY, but it wasn't until relocating to New York City in the early '90s (to study at N.Y.U.'s film school) that she began to take a singing career seriously after singing Billie Holiday's classic "God Bless the Child" at a local bar's "open mic night." In addition to Holiday, Osborne looked to such legendary vocalists as Etta James and Ray Charles as role models, as the up-and-coming singer decided not to cater to major record companies and formed her own label, Womanly Hips, which resulted in such releases as 1992's in-concert Soul Show, among others. But eventually, Osborne decided to sign on with a major label, Mercury, which in turn issued the singer's next release, Relish, in March of 1995. The album proved to have a long life, as almost a year after its initial release the track "One of Us" became a massive MTV and radio smash, camping out at the number one spot on the U.S. singles chart for two weeks and Relish eventually racked up sales of three million copies. Further tracks ("Right Hand Man" and "St. Teresa") failed to match the success of Osborne's first hit, but the singer still managed to connect with a large and appreciative audience, especially during touring as part of the 1997 edition of Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair tour. Osborne also received numerous Grammy nominations in both 1996 and 1997. Producing a worthy follow-up to Relish proved to be a time-consuming challenge for Osborne. Mercury tried to buy some time by issuing a compilation release, Early Recordings (which collected the early releases Live at Delta '88 and Blue Million Miles). In the meantime, Osborne focused on supporting a few groups/causes she felt strongly about, such as Rock the Vote and Planned Parenthood (eventually being named an honorary member of Planned Parenthood's Board of Advocates), in addition to covering "I'm Just a Bill" as a duet with Isaac Hayes on the 1998 Schoolhouse Rocks the Vote benefit album. She also studied briefly with late Qawwali master Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and performed alongside such notables as Stevie Wonder, Melissa Etheridge, Taj Mahal, Luciano Pavarotti, Spearhead, Bob Dylan, and the Chieftains. September 2000 finally saw the release of Osborne's next all-new studio album, titled Righteous Love, which failed to match its predecessor's commercial success and sunk from sight shortly after release. ~ Greg Prato, All Music Guide Sat 7/4 Giving Tree 11:00 pm $25 Sun 7/5 Mike Posner 8:00 pm $30 / The New Kingston Band 11:00 pm $10 Mon 7/6 Jon Divello Band 8:00 pm $10 Tues 7/7 Freedy Johnston 8:00 pm $25 general admission / $40 VIP admission Wed 7/8 Toots and the Maytals 8:00 pm $100 Wed 7/8 Bastards of Boom 8:00 pm $10 Bastards of Boom are the illegitimate children of Escola de Samba Boom. They take Brazilian rhythms and mix them up with Rock, Electronica, and World melodies to create the ultimate groove machine. If you don't find yourself dancing to this you ought to see a doctor to make sure you still have a pulse! Wed 7/8 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 Thurs 7/9 Jesse Harris 8:00 pm $15 His music can be described as jazz/folk, and his songs are sometimes in the style of the early days of popular jazz. He began his professional career with the group "Once Blue" co-led with singer/songwriter Rebecca Martin and has recorded with indie rock groups such as Bright Eyes, but is probably best known for his songwriting and guitar contribution on Norah Jones' albums Come Away with Me (for which he won a 2003 Grammy Award for the single "Don't Know Why") and Feels Like Home. He has released six albums in total, two of which have been with Verve Records. Fri 7/10 Judy Collins 7:00 pm $100 general admission Few singers have the staying power of folk icon, Judy Collins. For nearly 45 illustrious years, her dulcet tones have graced our ears, and her poetic lyrics have galvanized a generation. She has released more than 40 albums, has had numerous Top 10 hits, Grammy nominations and gold and platinum selling albums. April 19, 2005 brought the release of Judy’s long-awaited new album, Portrait of an American Girl, her first studio album in eight years. As has become one of her trademarks, Judy has recorded an eclectic group of songs for this album, which includes personal songs she has written on her own, along with resounding covers of such songs as the Motown hit “Sally Go ‘Round

the Roses,” Train’s “Drops of Jupiter” and Bruce Cockburn’s “Pacing the Cage.” June 2005 welcomes a new book from Judy, Morning, Noon and Night: Living the Creative Life (Tarcher/Penguin Putnam). While sharing her own experiences in this self-improvement book, Judy seeks to help anyone who wants to focus on their creativity and increase the productivity and enjoyment in their creative projects, whether it be music, theater, writing, craft work, decorating, cooking, or anything else that challenges the artist in all of us. Fri 7/10 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $25 Sat 7/11 Chris Campion and The Knockout Drops 8:00 pm $30 Chris Campion backed by his band the Knockout Drops reads passages from his new book Escape From Bellevue (a divebar Odyssey) and backs it up with a full set from the Drops. Sat 7/11 Giving Tree 11:00 pm $25 Sun 7/12 Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women 7:00 pm $40 general admission / $55 VIP admission Sun 7/12 John Brown’s Body 9:00 pm $25 John Brown¹s Body is a progressive reggae band based in Boston and Ithaca. The band focused on roots reggae when it formed over a decade ago, but JBB¹s sound has since evolved immensely. Their music uses reggae as a foundation, but incorporates dub, drum & bass, hip hop and even pop elements to create what the band calls ³Future Roots.² The Daily News called their music ³revolutionary and reverent.² Their latest release, AMPLIFY, debuted at #1 on Billboard¹s Reggae Chart in October 2008; they have an EP, RE-AMPLIFY, coming out in March, which includes remixes by Disashi (Gym Class Heroes), GoldieLocks, Dubmatix, Blue King Brown and Tommie Sunshine. Sun 7/12 The Roast Beef Curtains 11:00 pm $10 In some stretch of time between Jugglin Time and The Aggressive Edge, 3 guys met and played some riddims. All 3 guys had one common goal: Other peoples pleasure! "For fans of reggae/dub/rock." Mon 7/13 Zach Lockwood & The Roseliners 9:00 pm $10 Zach Lockwood & The Roseliners is a Boston based band that blends the honest simplicity of a seasoned singer/songwriter with the contagious energy of rock & roll’s The Roseliners. The result is a sound that demands attention. Tues 7/14 90’s Party with Disco Sux 12:00 pm $10 Wed 7/15 Inda Eaton 8:00 pm $10 Acoustic rock artist, Inda Eaton has received nationwide critical acclaim for her innovative songwriting – often compared to a fusion of John Mellencamp and Melissa Etheridge. Inda and her band have opened for names such as Hootie and the Blowfish, LeAnn Rimes, Smashmouth, Chicago and John Hiatt. Performing original work and featuring guests from the neighborhood, she will debut music from her upcoming, sixth independent album. Wed 7/15 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 Thurs 7/16 Klyph Black & Rumor Has It 8:00 pm $15 Thurs 7/16 Mary McBride 10:00 pm $15 Singer-songwriter Mary McBride has released three albums, "Everything Seemed Alright," "By Any Other Name" (featuring Delbert McClinton and Dan Baird) and a holiday record, "Every Day Will Be Like a Holiday," Mary will be releasing a new album this year, "That Thing You Do To Me," which features twelve original songs. Mary has toured with musical icons Jerry Lee Lewis, Koko Taylor,Tony Joe White, Delbert McClinton, Maria Muldaur, Blondie and the late Clarence Gatemouth Brown. Recently, she performed as part of the True Colors tour featuring Cyndi Lauper, the Indigo Girls,and the B52s, and this Fall she will be touring with Willie Nelson and his band. Mary received significant acclaim for her performance of "No One's Gonna Love You Like Me" on-screen and on the soundtrack of the Academy Award winning film, "Brokeback Mountain." A prolific songwriter, Mary has written songs for several pop and country artists, and her songs have also been featured on episodes of the L Word and Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. Most recently, Mary has written the score for a new Broadway musical, The Nitpicker, which she is developing with director Scott Ellis, and is writing a onewoman opera about a radio host, romance novelist and prison inmate who all share her name. Fri 7/17 Marshall Crenshaw 8:00 pm $50 VIP / $35 General admission Fri 7/17 Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm $25 Sat 7/18 Nick Weber – Girl Problems CD release Party 8:00 pm $20 Sat 7/18 Second Step 11:00 pm $25 They have played over 1500 shows in the US and Japan, sometimes at a clip of 200+ per annum, and continue to play, in a smaller way, to dancing, sweaty crowds at clubs and private parties. Starting out as a Ska Band in the Third Wave Ska Scene that was rampant in NYCs East Village in the Mid 80's, they morphed their sound from ska/reggae, to "ethno-funk", to funk, soul, and other addictive dance rhythms, becoming a popular local and touring NYC based outfit. Sun 7/19 Yellowman 8:00 pm $35 Reggae. "Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt," "Zungzungzang," and "Girl Watcher."

Sun 7/19 Winston Irie 10:00 pm $10 Mon 7/20 Paoli Nutini with opening act Matt Hires $30 general admission / $45 VIP admission Wed 7/22 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 Thurs 7/23 Buckwheat Zydeco 8:00 pm $35 After over 20 years of bringing authentic Creole Zydeco music to the world, Buck still hasn’t stopped. Thurs 7/23 Alexis P. Suter Band 11:00 pm $15 Alexis P. Suter’s voice is a force of nature. Thunder rumbles, lightening bolts from the sky, sparks fly everywhere! Her live performances are all this and more. You will be moved immediately and you will be MOVING! When she sings the blues you know it’s genuine, you know she’s been there. When she sings a tender ballad, you hear her heart. And when she rocks you, baby that’s when you get your SHUGA FIX! The Music Box’s John Metzger says “Shuga Fix,” the magnificent debut release from Alexis P. Suter, “very well may be the perfect remedy for everything that currently ails contemporary R&B.” Living Blues Magazine calls Shuga Fix “fierce and fabulous.” Although her career is relatively new, Alexis has already toured nationally and internationally, including radio and television performances and has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in blues. As Peter Hay at Twin Vision puts it: “She’s just that good!” Fri 7/24 The Bogmen 8:00 pm $45 Sat 7/25 Rock the Farm benefiting The Wounded Warrior Project’s Soldier Ride 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm $100 The Giving Tree foundation invites you to Rock the Farm 2009 benefit for the Wounded Warrior Projects Soldier Ride. Performing: Booga Sugar, Nancy Atlas, Hilary Johnson and members of the Giving Tree and Special guest Dan Aykroyd. The event includes an all american BBQ and open bar. The event will be held at John's Lane Farm, 145 Middle Highway, East Hampton, NY, 11937. Phone: (516) 446-8423. Website: www.RockTheHamptons.org. Sun 7/26 Leon Russell 8:00 pm $65 general admission / $80 VIP admission The ultimate rock & roll session man, Leon Russell's long and storied career includes collaborations with a virtual who's who of music icons spanning from Jerry Lee Lewis to Phil Spector to the Rolling Stones. A similar eclecticism and scope also surfaced in his solo work, which couched his charmingly gravelly voice in a rustic yet rich swamp pop fusion of country, blues and gospel. Born Claude Russell Bridges on April 2, 1942, in Lawton, OK, he began studying classical piano at age three, a decade later adopting the trumpet and forming his first band. At 14, Russell lied about his age to land a gig at a Tulsa nightclub, playing behind Ronnie Hawkins & the Hawks before touring in support of Jerry Lee Lewis. Two years later, he settled in Los Angeles, studying guitar under the legendary James Burton and appearing on sessions with Dorsey Burnette and Glen Campbell. As a member of Spector's renowned studio group, Russell played on many of the finest pop singles of the 1960s, also arranging classics like Ike & Tina Turner's monumental "River Deep, Mountain High"; other hits bearing his input include the Byrds' "Mr. Tambourine Man," Gary Lewis & the Playboys' "This Diamond Ring," and Herb Alpert's "A Taste of Honey." Sun 7/26 Inner Roots 10:00 pm $10 Local Reggae band. Mon 7/27 The Stoners 8:00 pm $10 The Stoners, tribute to the world’s greatest rock’n’roll band, The Rolling Stones, are led by their Italian-American singer Domenico Scola (hailing from Haddon Heights NJ) and joined by a group of Italian musicians (Ugo Moretti, Maurizio Galanti, Pierfelice Finocchi, Pierluigi Lionetti, Giuliano De Paolis, Ferdinando Coppola and Tonino Grossi) who have decades of experience under their belts. They all grew up listening to “The Stones” while Jagger and company were at the peak of their musical careers. Hence, The Stoners have no difficulty in re-creating the RollingStoniano. Tues 7/28 Paul Oscher 8:00 pm $10 Tues 7/28 The Mick Taylor Band 9:00 pm $45 general admission / $60 VIP admission Wed 7/29 The Itals 8:00 pm $25 Over the years, the Itals have performed countless shows worldwide. Although the background harmonies sometimes change, they always sound as sweet as ever, backing the original Itals lead vocalist, Keith Porter. Wed 7/29 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $10 Thurs 7/30 Raul Malo 8:00 pm $50 general admission / $65 VIP admission Originally making his mark in the county music world and then slipping into the Latin and jazz arenas via rock & roll, Raul Malo has proven to be an ever-expanding musical talent. Thurs 7/30 Navagante 10:00 pm $10 Fri 7/31 Burning Spear 8:00 pm $90 Burning Spear is an undisputed musical REGGAE legend. Not a year goes by that he doesn't release a blockbuster album or complete a successful tour. His concerts are events, and each subsequent record that he releases is greeted with eager anticipation by reggae fans

everywhere. Fri 7/31 Rubix Cube 11:00 pm $25 FLASHBACK: THE EIGHTIES---a totally awesome time when people were "Workin' For the Weekend" and parachute pant-clad dudes donned their "Sunglasses At Night." It was a wicked cool time when valley girls wore mini-skirts and legwarmers while they "Walked Like An Egyptian." The EIGHTIES . . . when "Video Killed the Radio Star!" FLASHFORWARD: 2008---Six experienced and professional musicians, tired of hearing inferior cover bands murder the music from one of their favorite decades, put together an '80s band, dubbed appropriately enough: RUBIX KUBE. Immediately from their very first gig in 2007, RUBIX KUBE has been wowing audiences all over New York City and the surrounding boroughs, as well as upstate New York and all over New England. With a strong and energetic male AND female lead singer, along with four polished musicians, RUBIX KUBE is able to crank out upbeat pop and rock hit songs from the '80s--and perform them EXACTLY LIKE THE ORIGINALS, both musically and vocally, with so much charisma and electricity, the crowd will bust more moves than a Rubik's Cube itself! Like---TOTALLY! RUBIX KUBE looks, feels and sounds all ‘80s. With an ever-growing song list, this authentic cover band tirelessly serves up the “eightiest of the ‘80s” as they transport you back in time. RUBIX KUBE IS your '80s party.

August HAYGROUND SCHOOL 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.7068 Sun 8/9 Great Chefs Dinner 5:00 pm $125 Cocktail Party / $500 Dinner Join us for stupendous hors d’oeuvres, wine & cocktails on the lawn, and a sumptuous dinner in Jeff’s Kitchen, celebrating Jeff’s Kitchen/Hayground School’s Organic Garden & Slow Food Greenhouse, with John Snow, Toni Ross & Gail Arnold to benefit the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund at Hayground School. For inquiries, call Donna Imbarrato at 631.327.0573. Sat 8/22 Family Fido Festival 11:00 am $25 adult/$15 children/$10 dog Calling all kids and dogs! The first annual Family Fido Festival will take place on Saturday, Aug. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the Hayground School on Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton. No dog will be turned away no matter how ugly or weird. There are prizes, in fact, for the funniest-looking dogs, dogs with the shortest legs, longest tail, worst breath, best costume, biggest nose, longest ears whatever. The categories are endless, including the dog and owner who look most alike. Doggie registration will be at Hayground between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., competition from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. A fantastic trio, starring Mercedes Ruehl, the award-winning Broadway and Hollywood actor who recently appeared at Bay Street; Mitchell Kriegman, co-owner of East Hampton and Wainscott Studios and award winning creator of children’s television programs for the Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, and PBSKids; and Dan Rattiner, award-winning writer, author and founder of Dan’s Papers will judge this event. Emceeing the event will be local radio personality, Walker Vreeland. Kids of all ages will have their own special share of the fair with art projects, jugglers, face painters, Muppet characters from "Sesame Street," Flying Disc Dogs and, for lucky older kids, the chance to fly through the air on a trapeze. Live, interactive music will be presented throughout the day - Sandpiper Music Together for the youngest, the Escola de samba BOOM from Sagg Main Beach and, to wrap it all up, the sizzling Hot 8 New Orleans Brass Band. Food and drink will be supplied, so far, by Annie’s Organic Café and Market, Isbre, Gloria of the Hamptons, Provisions, Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs, Foody’s, the Hampton Coffee Company and Citarella. For more information, call at 631-537-0616. Rain date, Sunday, Aug. 23. ARTISTS & WRITERS SOFTBALL GAME Herrick Park, East Hampton, NY 11937 Sat 8/15 61st Annual Charity Softball Game 1:00 Batting Practice / 3:00 Game Starts $10 Suggested Donation (Children under 12 Free) For the benefit of East End Hospice, East Hampton Day Care, and Phoenix House, this annual Hamptons rite of summer will feature a lineup that includes: Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley, Carl Bernstein, Mort Zuckerman, Lori Singer, B. Smith, Dan Gasby, Greg Bello, Ken Auletta, James Lipton, Jeffrey Lyons, Juliet Papa, Edward Nahem, Kim Stolz, Bonnie Bernstein, Mark Ciardi, Rod Gilbert, Mike Lupica, Bert Sugar, Richard Reeves, and many more to come. The event, which last year drew a crowd of over 2,000 spectators, will take place on August 15, 2009 in East Hampton's Herrick Park. Celebrity batting practice will begin at 1 pm, and the Home Run Derby, sponsored by U.S. Sports Film Festival, will begin at 2 pm. The players will take the field at 3 pm. A donation of $10 is suggested for spectators. Students from the Phoenix Academy of Long Island will be selling hot dogs and other concession items. THE EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0222 Sat 8/8 Authors Night at the East Hampton Library - Reception 5:30 pm / Dinner Party 8:00 pm

Honorary Co-chairs Alec Baldwin, Candace Bushnell, and Jay McInerney. The evening begins under the tent at the East Hampton Library. Enjoy fabulous hors d'oeuvres and wine. Meet your favorite authors, buy their books and have them inscribed. Bid on some fun items at the silent auction. The most recent titles for each author will be available for purchase at the event. Every title — past and present — written by our guest authors can be inscribed at the event. Don’t forget to bring your books with you to have them inscribed! And, you’re in for a wonderful surprise when you join the party at a lovely Hamptons home. You get to choose your party. All dinner guests automatically receive an entry ticket to the Authors Reception. Parties will be announced when invitations are mailed. EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.6850 East Hampton Town Marine Museum 301 Bluff Road, Amagansett, NY Poetry Marathon at the Marine Museum, Sundays at 5:00 pm Free admission/Reception following Sun 8/9 Carol Sherman and Dan Giancola Sun 8/16 Stanley Moss and Angie Katcher THE HAMPTON LIBRARY 2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-0015 ARF (ANIMAL RESCUE FUND OF THE HAMPTONS) Daniels Hole Road, East Hampton 537-0400 LIGALY (LONG ISLAND GAY AND LESBIAN YOUTH) 34 Park Avenue, Bay Shore 665-2300 STAGES, A CHILDREN'S THEATRE WORKSHOP, INC. LEGACY FINE ART & PRODUCTIONS West Palm Beach, FL 1-888-ART-1969 AMERICAN RED CROSS OF SUFFOLK COUNTY 95 Horseblock Road, Yaphank 924-6700 SOUTHAMPTON HOSPITAL 240 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.726.8200 Sat 8/1 51st Annual Summer Party – A Centennial Celebration 6:30 pm $500 Southampton Hospital's 51st Annual Summer Party will be held under the tents on the corner of Wickapogue and Old Town Roads on Saturday, August 1- from 6:30 to 11:00 pm. Join us for an elegant evening of cocktails, silent auction, dinner and dancing to the Alex Donner Orchestra to benefit Southampton Hospital's Emergency Services. Honorary Chairman: Christie Brinkley. Benefit Chairman: Sheila O'Malley Fuchs. Master of Ceremonies: Chuck Scarborough. For more information, please contact Kathy Lucas, Director of Special Events at (631)726-8700. ELIE TAHARI 1 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.8883 Sat 8/22 Celebrating The East Hampton International Film Festival 5:00 pm Free Join us in celebrating the East Hampton International Film Festival. Host committee: Karen Arikian, Ann Barish, Kim Brizzolara, Anne Chaisson, Lori Chemla, Courtney Geelan, Caroline Hirsch, Judy Licht, Jeff Sharp, Rand Stoll, Stuart Match Suna. Spend $300 at Elie Tahari and receive two festival tickets. Enter to win two spotlight ticket packages at the event.Please RSVP to 212.763.2034 or RSVP@elietahari.com. A percentage of sales from the event will benefit the Film Festival. THE MAX CURE FOUNDATION 215 E. 68th Street, #11T, New York, NY 10065 631.949.4160 Sat 8/22 Roar For a Cure Carnival 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm $200/family $100/adult $25/children under 19 To take place on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 2 p.m to 6 p.m. (rain date: Sunday, Aug. 23) on the grounds of the East Hampton Indoor Tennis Club, 175 Daniels Hole Road, East Hampton. The outdoor event will have fun-filled activities for adults and kids of all ages. Highlights include games; inflatables; prizes; food and beverages; raffles; auctions; face painting; balloon artists; gift bags; celebrity guests (to be announced); and a live performance by pop music sensation Push Play; and more. Tickets to the “Roar for a Cure" Carnival may be purchased in advance through The Max Cure Foundation website (www.maxcurefoundation.org) or by phone: 631-949-4160. Admission is $200 for a family of four, adult tickets are $100 per person, children under 18 years of age are $25 per person and kids under four years old are free. Tickets may be purchased in advance below or at the door. Proceeds from the event will benefit The Max Cure Fund For Pediatric Cancer Research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, dedicated to researching pediatric cancers, improving treatments

and finding cures that will save children's lives; The T.J. Martell Foundation, for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS research; and Katy's Courage Fund, which financially assists in the care of 10-year-old Katy Stewart from Sag Harbor, as she and her family battle her rare form of liver cancer. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 The Naked Stage – Staged Play Readings in The John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall 7:30 pm The Naked Stage is a working collective of performing artists dedicated to the development of theatre on the East End of Long Island. The members of The Naked Stage believe in the possibilities generated by the collaboration of devoted people. We wish to provide a focal point for the encouragement of theatre and all its associated arts. The Naked Stage: Works in Progress serves as an incubator and laboratory for actors, writers, directors, dancers, composers, musicians and designers to practice and explore their craft. Sat 8/15 Roseanne Cash in Concert 8:00 pm $65 - $85 Come to Guild Hall on Saturday, August 15, and spend an evening with Grammy Award winner Rosanne Cash in concert! She's recorded 14(!) albums over the last 25 years, and has charted 11(!) number-one singles. This will be a special acoustic set, which we're sure will go perfectly in the intimate John Drew Theater. Show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets range from $65-85. Wed 8/19 Kidfest presents National Marionette Theatre in Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves 5:00 pm Featuring a beautiful cast of hand-carved marionettes and exquisitely crafted full-stage sets, our interpretation of this Arabian Nights tale is sure to enchant audiences of all ages. Watch as our hero, the poor woodcutter Ali Baba, discovers the enchanted cave of the Forty Thieves and has an adventure of a lifetime! This show is suitable for family audiences age 5 and up. GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Sat 8/1 63rd Annual Clothesline Sale 9:00 am – 4:00 pm All Galleries open. Free public admission. Rain or shine. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.guildhall.org. Sat 8/1 Comedian Mike Birbiglia 8:00 pm $42 / $40 Comedian Mike Birbiglia appears fresh from his sold-out, extended off-Broadway run of "Sleepwalk with Me" which was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance. Sat 8/8 The 5th Annual Authors Night at the East Hampton Library 5:30 pm Join honorary co-chairs Alec Baldwin, Candace Bushnell and Jay McInerney and more than 100 distinguished authors, including Pulitzer Prize winners Robert A. Caro and Philip Schultz, and best-selling authors: Steven Gaines, Joy Behar, Bethenny Frankel, Melissa Bank, Nelson DeMille, A.M. Homes, Dava Sobel, Lorenzo Carcaterra, Stuart Woods, Robert Goolrick, and many more! Meet and mingle with the authors at the Authors Reception under the tent on the Library grounds, buy their books and have them personally inscribed. After the Authors Reception, the festivities move on to specially themed dinners in honor of one of the guest authors at private homes around the community. Don't miss this special event and wonderful opportunity to show your support for the East Hampton Library! Tickets can be purchased online at the Authors Night website. Sat 8/8 World Premiere of “Kool: Dancing in My Mind” by Robert Wilson 8:00 pm $250 Robert Wilson World Premiere of Kool: Dancing In My Mind, a tribute to his friend and collaborator Suzushi Hanayagai. Following the performance, there will be a Garden Reception with Robert Wilson and the cast ($250 includes VIP orchestra seats at performance) to benefit Guild Hall. Sat 8/15 – 10/12 The Art of Fashion in the Hamptons Fri 8/14 Private Summer Gala Preview 6:00 pm -7:00 pm "The Art of Fashion in the Hamptons" Exhibition. Guest Curators Pamela Fiori and Stan Herman. Featuring Tory Burch, Betsey Johnson, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Reed Krakoff, Ralph Lauren, Nicole Miller, Elie Tahari, and Vera Wang. For tickets call 631.324.8060 ask for Development. Sat 8/15 The Art of Fashion in the Hamptons Gallery Talk and Book Signings: Pamela Fiori & Designers 3:00 pm Free with museum admission Sat 8/15 Opening Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm With Guest Curators: Pamela Fiori and Stan Herman. Opening Wine Reception Members Only 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Free Public Viewing 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. To purchase Gala tickets please call 631.324.0806, ext. 13. Sun 8/16 American Musical Theatre Salutes Hooray for Hollywood and Points East 7:30 pm $55 / $53 members A Centenary Celebration of Johnny Mercer. Hosted by Lee Davis. Starring KT Sullivan and Eric Michael Gillett.

Mon 8/17 Crossroads Music Showcase: Teen Rock Nite 7:00 pm Special Guests The Glazzies, SoundCircus, and Renegade. Thurs 8/20 Metropolitan Klezmer 8:00 pm $22 / $20 members / $18 kids under 18 Bringing eclectic exuberance to Yiddish musical genres from all over the map. Performing vibrant versions of lesser-known gems from wedding dance, trance, folk, swing and tango styles, as well as soundtrack material from vintage Yiddish films, they re-invent tradition with both irreverence and respect... an exhilarating journey. This concert has been made possible thanks to co-sponsorship by The Jewish Center of the Hamptons (jcoh.org)." Fri 8/21 Live From the Artists Den: A Fine Frenzy 8:00 pm $30 / $28 members Fine Frenzy is the name (taken from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream) of 24-year-old singer-songwriter Alison Sudol’s band. Born in Seattle to dramatic-arts teacher parents, Sudol moved to Los Angeles at the age five, where she later taught herself to play piano. Her group’s debut record, One Cell in the Sea, cracked the Billboard Top 100, earned the #1 spot on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, and garnered her recognition as a VH1 “You Oughta Know” artist. A Fine Frenzy’s sophomore album, Bomb in a Birdcage, will be released in September 2009. Sat 8/22 Flea Theater: A Celebrity Reading of “The Parents’ Evening” by Bathshiba Doran 8:00 pm $42 / $40 members A one-night only reading, helmed by The Flea’s Artistic Director Jim Simpson. Cast to be announced. The Flea Theater, under Artistic Director Jim Simpson and Producing Director Carol Ostrow, is one of New York’s leading off-off-Broadway companies. Founded in 1996 , the award-winning Flea Theater was originally formed out of the purely artistic impulse to create “a joyful hell in a small space”. Brash, energetic and dedicated, we quickly became a downtown beacon for creative artists of every discipline, and for audiences seeking bold and inventive work. Sun 8/23 Private Lives Revealed: The Letters of Noel Coward 7:30 pm $55 / $53 members A Musical Revue written and hosted by Barry Day and Starring Steve Ross,Edward Hibbert, Dana Ivey, and Stefanie Morse. Coward’s letters reveal what he called “his secret heart,” and his lively correspondence with remarkable people such as Winston Churchill, Greta Garbo, Virginia Woolf and Ian Fleming, among hundreds of others, shows another side of this brilliant twentieth century Renaissance man. Wed 8/26 Kidfest presents BAM! Percussion: The Blue Barrel Show 5:00 pm $16 premium / $12 orchestra, boxes and balcony A one hour performance that will leave the audience with only one wish… MORE!!! The art of comedy-percussion. From beginning to end, The Blue Barrel Show electrifies the crowd with its powerful rhythms and its deliriously funny sketches. The pulsating energy of BAM is contagious: through drumbeats and laugh, it overwhelms the audience. What is BAM’s formula? Side-splitting comedy and savage drumming virtuosity! The BAM characters, who look like they walked straight out of a mad cartoon, speak a unique language: BAMspeach, spoken only by them, but understood by everyone from 3 to 83 years old. Add to this a transcultural humour and a lot of rhythm and you get a truly universal event. BAM has performed in schools, theaters, concert halls, festivals and outdoor stages before crowds of 5 000. The Blue Barrel Show has toured Canada, the United States, South America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, New Zealand and no less than eleven European countries, making everybody laugh in their own language! Thurs 8/27 Nancy Atlas in Concert 8:00 pm $25 / $23 members Nancy Atlas is the missing link between Lucinda Williams and Sheryl Crow, a blend of Americana Rock with a touch of Southern Comfort. Known for her raw live performances and stellar songwriting, Atlas and her band of journeymen have opened for just about everyone under the sun garnering a legion of die hard fans. Fri 8/28 Mandy Patinkin in Concert: Dress Casual 8:00 pm orchestra $85/$80 member; rear orchestra/balcony $65/$63 member Before he was an Emmy-winning TV star, Mandy Patinkin was already a Tony-winning Broadway legend. Mandy Patinkin: Dress Casual presents the acclaimed actor/singer/ storyteller in his most electrifying role: concert performer. “Mandy Patinkin is in the business of showstopping,” raves The New Yorker, and that’s exactly what he does in this powerful, passionate evening of popular song. From Irving Berlin to Stephen Sondheim, from Cole Porter to Harry Chapin, Mandy Patinkin takes you on a dazzling musical journey you’ll never forget. Fri 8/28 – Sat 8/29 Garden as Art Tour: An exploration of the relationship between artists of the East End and their gardens Times and Ticket Levels below For tickets, sponsorships, or information, please call 631.324.0806. Friday, August 28 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Cocktail party at the home of Margot Adams.

Saturday, August 29 9:30 am - 11:30 am Continental breakfast and lecture at Guild Hall. 10:30 am Introduction by Mac Griswold, garden historian for The New York Times 11:00 am Lecture by Helen Harrison, director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Luncheon at the home of Nina Gillman, Chair, Garden as Art Committee 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Tour Artist Studios and Gardens: April Gornik & Eric Fischl; Dianne Blell; Mary Heilmann; Bryan Hunt; Roy Nicholson; and, Donald Sultan Garden As Art Aug 28 & 29 Ticket Levels: Garden Lover Saturday, August 29 Garden Tour (1 ticket) $100/ $75 Member Friends Saturday, August 29 Continental Breakfast & Lecture (1 ticket) + Garden Tour (1 ticket) $175 Patron Friday, August 28 Cocktail Reception (1 ticket) Saturday, August 29 Continental Breakfast & Lecture (1 ticket) + Garden Tour (1 ticket) $250 Benefactor Friday, August 28 Cocktail reception (1 ticket) Saturday, August 29 Continental Breakfast & Lecture (1 ticket) + Luncheon (1 ticket) + Garden Tour (1 ticket) $500 Sat 8/29 Naked Angels: Matthew Broderick & Jesse L. Martin reading Stan The Man by Gene Pack 8:00 pm $42/$40 members One of New York's preeminent off-Broadway theater companies, Naked Angels has been developing and producing plays for over twentythree years. Taking its name from the John Tytell book, referring to ‘the beats” as “a generation wanting to break out of convention and scream,” the company continues to present innovative and thought provoking new works with the same passion. Sun 8/30 American Musical Theatre Salutes with Melissa Errico and Malcolm Gets: Blue Rainbows - The Melodic Wizardry of Harold Arlen 7:30 pm $55 / $53 members Hosted by Lee Davis and starring Melissa Errico and Malcolm Gets. Featuring the scores from Wizard of Oz, Stormy Weather, and Got a Right to Sing the Blues. GUILD HALL Moran and Spiga Galleries and Boots Lamb Education Center 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 MOVIES AT GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 Guild Hall is also pleased to announce the return of (Re)Discovering World Cinema: Gems from the Janus Collection. Wonderful classic films to be seen on the beautiful new screen in the John Drew Theater. This is on Tuesdays starting July 14 and runs through Sept 1. There is a complimentary wine reception prior to the films. 7:30pm Pre Show Wine Reception / 8pm Film Series $70 members / $84 nonmembers. Individual films $10 member / $12 non-members. Tues 8/11 Knife in the Water - Poland, Polanski '62 Roman Polanski’s first feature is a brilliant psychological thriller that many critics still consider among his greatest work. Tues 8/18 Autumn Sonata - Sweden, Bergman '78 A stunning union of two of Sweden’s national treasures, Autumn Sonata pairs Ingmar Bergman with Ingrid Bergman for their only joint effort. Tues 8/25 Amarcord - Italy, Fellini, '74 In this carnivalesque portrait of provincial Italy during the Fascist period, Federico Fellini’s most personal film satirizes his youth and turns daily life into a circus of social rituals, adolescent desires, male fantasies, and political subterfuge, all set to Nina Rota’s classic, nostalgiatinged score. THE EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY 159 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0222 Sun 8/9 East Hampton Library Children’s Fair 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm Free (Donations welcome) The Children's Fair features wonderful carnival rides and games, a book fair with children's book authors signing their books, a raffle with terrific prizes, book-themed crafts, performers, community information booths, and delicious treats. And, as always, this wonderful family

event will be free to all who attend. The Children's Fair is free through the generosity of individuals and businesses. There are several levels of sponsorship available for the 2009 Fair including a $50 donation that includes your name on one of our great book plates placed in a children's book as part of the Library Collection. Please donate to insure the Children's Fair remains a wonderful success. All profits will go directly to fund free children's programs throughout the year at the Library and to purchase additional children's books and DVDs for the Library collection. THE BAY STREET THEATRE MAINSTAGE Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 8/11 – 9/6 Dames at Sea $65 / $75 Book and lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller. Music by Jim Wise. Choreographer Shea Sullivan. Music Director Rick Hip Flores. Directed by Ray Roderick. FLASH . . . The stock market crashes, the country is in financial turmoil and a plucky theatre company, along with a sweet young girl newly arrived from Centerville USA, loses their home on opening night! But the show MUST go on! Dames At Sea is a rollicking valentine to the Hollywood musical of the 30's that's sure to delight theatergoers of all ages. This show is running August 11 - September 6, Tuesday - Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 7pm, Wednesday matinee at 2pm and Saturday matinee at 4pm. Sat 8/15 Celebrate “Dames” at The Gallery 6:00 pm Join us for wine and hors d’oeurvres to celebrate the opening of “Dames at Sea,” 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm, at The Gallery, 125 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY. Enjoy the beautiful display of ceramics and drawings. Also introducing “travel jewelry with a twist” by Barbara Rodolitz. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Bay Street Theatre. 8/19 – 8/22 and 8/26 – 8/29 Miss Margarida’s Way Directed by Daniel Goldstein. Julie Halston stars as an eighth grade teacher and the audience is the class! Music Live! And Bar What better way to spend a Saturday evening than in the company of great friends, in a great atmosphere with great music! On Saturday nights at 10 pm, following the theatre, Bay Street will open the Lobby to musical performers from the East End to NYC. These evenings promise to be a wonderful mixture of talent with as many varied musical styles as there are performers. The performance is free to the public and a cash bar will be available. Reservations for tables are requested and can be made by calling the Box Office at 631-725-9500. Sat 8/1 Erin Doherty and Company/ Folk-Rock Sat 8/22 Alfredo Merat/ Brazilian Jazz Sat 8/29 Charles Noturrno/ Piano Standards THE BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-0818 Sat 8/1 WLIU Live Broadcast @ Bay Street Today! Special Live Broadcast of "Dog Talk" with Tracie Hotchner 11:00 am $20 Tracie will be taking questions from the audience. A book signing and gift bags will be available following the broadcast! This event is sponsored by Platinum Performance. Tues 8/18 WLIU Live Broadcast @ Bay Street Today! Featuring Bonnie Grice, Brian Cosgrove, Ed German, Connie Conway and more! Tues 8/25 WLIU Live Broadcast @ Bay Street Today! Featuring Bonnie Grice, Brian Cosgrove, Ed German, Connie Conway and more! Our Town Series Thursdays at 4:00 pm Join Bay Street for some fun afternoons as Artistic Director Murphy Davis chats with some of the many interesting folks who live and work in our area. From screenwriters to architects, from book authors to producers--you'll be amazed at who we call neighbors! Subscription: $135 for all 9 chats! (25% savings over single ticket prices!) Single Tickets: $20 per chat. Call or stop by the Box Office today to purchase your tickets! 725-9500. Thurs 8/20 April Gornik, Artist April Gornik is one of the great landscape painters of our time. Her numerous one woman shows and exhibitions have given her a strong following. Gornik's style is not to paint from a photo or view but to use just as much of her imagination as she does the actual landscape. Thurs 8/27 Bob Balaban, Actor/Producer Tony nominated actor, author and director, Bob Balaban comes to the Bay Street stage to discuss his extensive career in show business. Balaban is known for roles in Seinfeld, his many collaborations with Christopher Guest, and Gosford Park which he produced and received a Best Picture nomination.

KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Dedicated to providing young people with intelligent, adventurous entertainment that nurtures the capacity for wonder, "KidStreet" features performances and presentations from the industry's most talented professional artists for young audiences. Learning powered, stimulating and FUN for the whole family!!! The Saturday Morning Picture Show Sat 8/1 "Antz" 11:00 am $7 Sat 8/22 "Alvin and the Chipmunks" 11:00 am $7 Sat 8/29 "The Pagemaster" 11:00 am $7 THE PICTURE SHOW @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Join us for The Picture Show@Bay Street Theatre - our classic film series that gives you the opportunity to see films as they were meant to be seen - - on the big screen! All movies start at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 each - unless otherwise noted - and can be purchased one hour prior to the movie. Dinner and a Movie? Stop by The American Hotel before the movie and enjoy a wonderful prix-fixe dinner for just $24.95. Your dinner price includes the movie and a small bucket of popcorn. Reservations are necessary and can be made by calling The American Hotel at 725-3535. COMEDY @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Mon 8/17 Susie Essman 8:00 pm $60 Best known as the venomous Susie Greene from the critically acclaimed HBO comedy series, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Susie Essman graces the Bay Street Stage this season. Susie is a veteran of the world of stand up comedy, logging thousands of performances on the Gotham comedy circuit. Currently, you can hear Susie as the voice of Helen Higgins in the puppet animation/crank call series "Crank Yankers" on Comedy Central. Mon 8/24 Mario Cantone 8:00 pm $60 The celebrated New York stage actor and stand-up comedian, Mario Cantone, joins the Bay Street Comedy Series again this season. Mario is best known for his role as wedding planner extraordinaire, Anthony, on HBO's Sex and the City and most recently, in the Sex and the City movie. Mario also gained critical acclaim with his Tony-nominated one-man show Laugh Whore at the Cort Theatre on Broadway. Mon 8/31 Robert Klein 8:00 pm $60 For more than 40 years, Robert Klein has entertained audiences through his acclaimed career in comedy, on Broadway, on television and in film. Robert's numerous accolades include two Grammy award nominations for "Best Comedy Album of the Year", a Tony Award nomination for Best Actor, and a Critics Circle Award for his performance in Neil Simon's, "They're Playing Our Song". Robert recently completed his first book for Simon & Schuster, an affectionate coming-of-age memoir about growing up in the ‘50s and ‘60s before embarking on a show business career. LONG ISLAND COMEDY FESTIVAL 521 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, NY 11980 631.987.6755 Sat 8/29 Long Island Comedy Festival 8:00 pm $30 in advance/$40 at the door Long Island Comedy Festival to benefit Last Chance Animal Rescue Fund. Admission $30 in advance/$40 at the door. Wine and beer additional. Come on out and enjoy some good laughs and support an excellent cause! Last Chance Animal Rescue Fund is a Charitable, not-for profit organization, created to save the lives of animals. We depend on donations to continue to save these helpless loving animals from being killed and hope that you will consider supporting our cause, saving as many lives as we can. MULFORD BARN REPERTORY THEATER 10 James Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.6850 The East Hampton Historical Society presents “Sylvia” and “Shakespeare: Abridged,” Tuesdays through Sundays, 8/11 through 8/30 7:30 pm $20 adults/$15 seniors & students “Sylvia” Written by A.R. Gurney. Directed by Kate Mueth. Presented by the East Hampton Historical Society. Show dates: 8/12, 8/14, 8/16, 8/18, 8/20, 8/22, 8/26, 8/28, 8/30. “Shakespeare: Abridged” A Comedy by Long, Singer & Winfied. Directed by Kate Mueth. Show dates: 8/11, 8/13, 8/15, /8/19, 8/21, 8/23, 8/25, 8/27, 8/29.

BRIDGEHAMPTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.7596 Fri 8/7 Author Steven Gaines 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm $15 Gaines is the best-selling author of 12 books including his latest, "Fool's Paradise: Players, Poseurs and the Culture of Excess in South Beach," in which he chronicles the rise and fall and rise of South Beach as an international destination. Gaines is presently a contributing editor at New York Magazine and has also written for Vanity Fair, The New York Observer and The New York Times. He hosts a weekly radio interview show, "Sunday Brunch Live" from the American Hotel in Sag Harbor (12 noon on WLIU 88.3), and is the co-founder of the Hamptons International Film Festival. To be held at Bridgehampton Community House. Fri 8/14 Julie Andrews 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm $15 Andews is an award-winning film and stage actress, singer, and author. She is the recipient of copious honors including the Academy Award, Golden Globe, BAFTA, Grammy and Emmy. Andrews, together with her daughter, has produced numerous books committed to stimulating a sense of wonder in children and young readers. Her autobiography, "Home - A Memoir of My Early Years," is a New York Times best-seller. Emma Walton Hamilton is an author, editor, arts educator and arts and literacy advocate. In addition to writing and editing children's books, she writes articles for magazines, newspapers and periodicals. "Raising Book Worms" premiered as a #1 best-seller on Amazon.com. To be held at Bridgehampton Community House. Fri 8/21 Alec Baldwin 5:00pm – 6:00 pm $15 Baldwin is an award-winning television, stage and film actor. He has received many awards including an Emmy and two Golden Globes and has been nominated for, among others, the Academy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award and Tony Award. A native of Long Island, he graduated from NYU with a B.F.A. His book, "A Promise To Ourselves" chronicles his divorce and seven-year battle to remain a part of his daughter's life. To be held at Bridgehampton Community House. AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY 215 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 631.267.3810 Fri 8/14 Reading by Best-Selling Author James Frey 7:00 pm Free Here's your opportunity to look over a best-selling author's shoulder before publication. Join us for a special reading of "The Last Testament of the Holy Bible" by James Frey - the first reading anywhere of his future best seller! Tues 8/25 Poetry Reading: Simon Perchik and Ed Butscher 4:00 pm Free The dynamic duo of poetry, Simon Perchik and Ed Butscher will be reading again. Their 27th appearance together. Refreshments will be served. Fri 8/28 The Bronx Museum of the Arts Comes to Amagansett 6:00 pm Free On Friday, Aug. 28, Holly Block, Executive Director and driving force behind The Bronx Museum of the Arts will inform us about the museum and their ever expanding collection of 20th century and contemporary art. Block will also talk about her book "Art Cuba: The New Generation."Art Cuba is an eye-opening examination of Cuban art and the exciting artists whose creativity has grown and thrived despite that economy's many problems and restrictions. An accomplished, articulate woman. A fascinating book, at Amagansett Library at 6 p.m. Sat 8/29 Mystery Writer Marc Blatte 10:30 am Free Grammy nominated songwriter Marc Blatte has written his debut mystery novel, Humpty Dumpty Was Pushed. Join us for a reading and discussion with Marc of his funny, energetic, urban whodunit. THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.2118 Mon 8/3 First Mondays 1:00 pm Free Free admission and docent-led tour for seniors. Mon 8/3 Film – Where the Green Ants Dream (1984) 8:00 pm $5 members / $7 nonmembers Directed by Werner Herzog. 100 minutes. Tues 8/4 – Fri 8/7, and Mon 8/10 Changing Light: Beginning and Intermediate En Plein Air Painting with Cynthia Knott (hours to be announced) $350 members / $400 nonmembers Limited enrollment. Reserve early by calling 631-283-2118 ext 22. Wed 8/5 – Fri 8/7 The Creative Studio, classes for ages 5 – 7, session two 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $130 members / $160 nonmembers Thurs 8/6 Artist Studio Tour: Richmond Burton 11:00 am $25 members / $30 nonmembers All three studio tours (August 6, 13, 20): $55 Members/$70 Nonmembers. Thurs 8/6 The Architecture of Grosvenor Atterbury – Lecture and book signing with Peter Pennoyer and

Anne Walker 8:00 pm $5 members / $10 nonmembers Fri 8/7 John James Audubon’s Birds of America – Talk by Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education 12:00 pm Free with Museum admission Wed 8/12 – Fri 8/14 The Creative Studio, classes for ages 8 and up, Session Two 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $130 members / $160 nonmembers Wed 8/12 Poetry Reading with Amy King and Barry Schwabsky 6:00 pm Free with museum admission Join poet and art critic Barry Schwabsky and 2007 Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere Amy King for a reading in the galleries. A book signing will follow. Thurs 8/13 Artist Studio Tour: Sally Egbert 11:00 am $25 members / $30 nonmembers Sat 8/15 Salsa Dance Party: La Orquesta Parrish 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm $15 members / $20 nonmembers (includes complimentary drinks) Dance the night away to the sultry sounds of salsa, mambo, merengue, bolero, cha-cha, and African rhythms performed by celebrated musicians brought together for this special evening by José Obando, founder of the International Salsa Museum. Wed 8/19 – Fri 8/21 The Creative Studio, classes for ages 5 – 7, session three 11:00 am – 2:00 pm $130 members / $160 nonmembers Wed 8/19 – Sun 8/22 and Wed 8/26 – Sun 8/29 Bay Street at the Parrish: Miss Margarida’s Way 8:00 pm With Julie Halston, directed by Daniel Goldstein. Thurs 8/20 Artist Studio Tour: Mike Solomon 11:00 am $25 members / $30 nonmembers Fri 8/21 Lady Naturalists – Talk by Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator 12:00 pm Free with museum admission Fri 8/28 And Things That Go Bump in the Night – Talk by Alicia Longwell, Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator, Art and Education 12:00 pm Free with museum admission GLENN HOROWITZ BOOKSELLER 87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.5511 Sat 8/8 Art—Read Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Free Art—Read is an exhibition of artists' books and related work in other media by ten young artists: Tauba Auerbach, Fiona Banner, Chris Duncan, Roe Ethridge, Terence Koh, Jason Polan, Seth Price, Dean Sameshima, Paul Schiek and Derek Sullivan. Each of these artists takes a multidisciplinary approach to making work and in every case has made the creation of artists' books a significant part of their practice. Art—Read is an exhibition designed to demonstrate the importance of the artists' book medium, both to the ten artists included and to contemporary art more generally. The exhibition upends outmoded hierarchies which would rank the various media on a scale of minor to major and instead presents books alongside paintings, photos, video, et cetera so as to give books a place in the show commensurate with the weight the artists themselves place on their book works. A catalog is forthcoming. Through September 20. Sat 8/22 Tom Burr Book Signing 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Free Tom Burr, Bortolami Gallery and Glenn Horowitz invite you to the signing of: Tom Burr, the new catalogue published by DuMont for his exhibition at Lenbachhaus, Munich (30 May - 16 August, 2009) and Kunstmuseum, Basel (5 September, 2009 - 3 January 2010).This exhibition catalogue explores the artist's work since 1993, shedding light on different facets of Burr's work while at the same time allowing new readings. Among the exhibited works, those most representative of the artist are notably Black Box (1998), which addresses notions of mise-en-scène and theatricality; Deep Purple, 2002, a replicate in wood, and at two-thirds of the originals size, of Richard Serra's famous sculpture Tilted Arc (1981); Split, 2005, a work between public and private space, as well as Abstract Lausanne/Lausanne Abstrait I & II and Burrville, 2006, two installations and a new series of photographs through which the artist questions the idea of biography. HARPER’S BOOKS 66 Newtown Lane, Ste. 4, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.1131 Sat 8/22 Gallery Opening: John Gossage – New Exhibit and Book Launch 6:00 pm Free Harper’s Books is pleased to announce an exhibition of 1960s rock and roll images by renowned photographer John Gossage. A limited edition artist’s book entitled "A Few Years With a Telecaster" and designed by Gossage has been published in conjunction with the exhibition. The photographer will be in attendance for the show’s opening, on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. John Gossage is widely regarded as one of the most influential photographers and book-makers working today, but back in the 1960s he was torn between the life of a rock and roll musician and the life of a photographer. Roy Buchanan and Danny Gatton taught him to play a Telecaster, and a teenage Gossage formed a band and played gigs at bars and clubs along the East Coast. At the same time he was busy honing his skills as a photographer, and in 1974 he had his first exhibition at the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York, effectively abandoning a career in music to focus entirely on photography. Luckily, there was a period of time in which Goassage’s dual pursuits coincided. Among other musicians,

he photographed Cream during the last week of their American life as a group, Jeff Beck on fire at the Fillmore, B.B. King at the top of his game, and Jimi Hendrix one memorable day and night in DC in 1968. These photographs have remained in Gossage’s archive until now, having never been exhibited in a show or published in book form. Gossage’s images of Hendrix, seen by only a few people in 40 years, are poised to become instant icons. Gossage’s rock and roll photographs bear little stylistic similarity to his later work. Perhaps best known for his 1985 Aperture book "The Pond," included by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger in their landmark reference The Photobook: A History, Gossage has always eschewed commercialism in favor of a more cerebral aesthetic. "In A Few Years With a Telecaster," Gossage’s images explode across the page in a kinetic blur that is both a perfect accompaniment to the music as well as to the prevailing photographic tendencies of the time: from Warhol to the blurry images of Daido Moriyama and the Provoke school. THE GRENNING GALLERY 17 Washington Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.8469 Sat 8/1 Ramiro, Melissa Franklin, and Nelson White (Grand Opening of our new location) 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Free We are pleased to invite the public to an Opening Reception for the "Passion for Painting" show featuring the recent works Ramiro, Melissa Franklin, and Nelson H. White. The Reception will be from 6 to 8 pm on Saturday, August 1st this will be our GRAND OPENING at our new location, 17 Washington Street in Sag Harbor. These long term Grenning Gallery painters returns with a range of works from their studios, personal interiors form their home, as well as fresh local and Italian landscapes. Through August 17th. Wed 8/12 & Thurs 8/13 2nd Annual Plein Air Painting Workshop 9:00 am – 12:30 pm $350 We are pleased to announce a workshop: Plein Air Painting taught by Ben Fenske.The workshop will be two days long running from 912:30pm. Each student will create one sketch per day, it is important for all participants to understand that the end result of this class may not be a finished painting but every individual will walk away with the practical instruction and an abundance of information about Ben Fenske's technique.The class will be painting on location at Haven's Beach in Sag Harbor.The first day of the workshop will begin with an hour or so demonstration, after which the students will do an hour and half sketch. Day 2 will consist of three hours of painting, with one on one suggestion and instruction through out the day. Please contact the gallery for more information or to sign up. Space is limited. 8/22 Paul Rafferty “Solo Show” Grand Opening 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm We are pleased to invite the public to an Opening Reception for Paul Rafferty's third Solo Show featuring his most recent works. We will also be celebrating the GRAND OPENING of our New location from 6 to 8 pm on Saturday, August 22nd, at 17 Washington Street in Sag Harbor. Paul Rafferty continues to astound us with his uncanny observations of the natural world, and there is no better painter to mark the Grand Opening of our new location. The Grenning Gallery was founded in 1997 to show highly skilled artists whose works intend to connect us to nature and mankind. These works represent our generation's philosophical break away from the darkness and angst that was so feted during most of 20th century. Rafferty's connected and celebratory spirit, seen in this show singing a strident visual song, is truly representative of this new generation of painters. Exhibit hangs through October 1. GALLERY B 150 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.1059 Sat 8/1 – Sun 8/23 Lesser known Swiss Masters of the 20th Century Amiet, Banninger, Buri, Fischer, Meyer, Potthoff, Schnyder, Senn, Stauffer, Taddei, Thalmann, Vallotton, Walser. 10% of all proceeds will be donated to Literacy Suffolk, Inc. SPANIERMAN GALLERY AT EAST HAMPTON 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.9530 Thurs 8/6 – Mon 9/7 Balcomb Greene’s Montauk Paintings Sat 8/8 Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm SURFACE LIBRARY 845 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.291.9061 Thurs/Fri 1:00pm – 7:00 pm; Sat/Sun 11:00 am – 7:00 pm; and by appointment Thurs 8/6 – Sun 8/30 Perspectives: Barbara Groot and John Haubrich Curated by James Kennedy. “Soft fields of color converse with subtle collage narratives.” Sat 8/8 Opening Reception 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm EAST END ARTS COUNCIL ARTIST WORKSHOPS 133 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 631.369.2171 Sat 8/1 Color Theory Workshop 10:00 am – 2:00 pm $48 EEAC member / $60 nonmember

Instructor: Elizabeth Greaf. An introduction to the basic color wheel, where you will learn how to select colors for effective balance and different moods. Discussions on concepts such as warm and cool colors, as well as experiments with several color-mixing exercises and a simple color wheel, will help you understand subtle differences in paint colors and enable you to plan for effective mixing. Guidelines will be given to prepare a different color wheel for your own reference. Workshop will be presented using watercolor but is open to all media. (1 session) Mon 8/3 and Wed 8/5 Plein Air Watercolor 9:30 am – 12:30 pm $72 EEAC member / $90 nonmember Instructor: Mike Killelea. This two-day workshop will meet at a local site where watercolor artist and author Michael Killelea will help you learn that your vision is more important than the subject in your painting. Light, color and atmosphere all play a part in Killelea's plein air artwork and he will teach you to develop your skills in these areas through demonstrations and assessment of your class efforts. (2 sessions) Fri 8/7 Solarplate Printmaking 10:00 am – 5:00 pm $95 EEAC member / $119 nonmember Instructor: Linda Prentiss. The solar plate process eliminates many of the toxic chemicals that have historically been the bane of print makers. Join us and learn about the process from a pro. Artists will make a 5" x 7" intaglio solarplate from a drawing or photograph and print it on a small etching press. Bring drawings and/or computer digital files of photographs in grey-scale jpeg format. $40 materials fee due to instructor at class; includes 5" x 7" solarplate, printmaking paper, computer digital printout on transparency, and inks. (1 session) Mon 8/17 Watercolor Landscape Workshop 10:00 am – 1:00 pm $36 EEAC member / $45 nonmember Instructor: Marilyn Gartelmann. Join artist Marilyn Gartelmann in painting a loose-style watercolor landscape. Included will be demonstrations and instruction in watercolor techniques. Some watercolor experience necessary. (1 session) For The Kids! Mon 8/17 – Thurs 8/21 Radio Announcer Mini-Camp 10:00 am – 1:00 pm $183 EEAC member / $228 nonmember Instructor: Kathleen Furey, SAG/AFTRA. Designed to introduce students to the radio commercial format focusing specifically on voice-over scripts commonly heard on TV/film/radio. Instruction includes microphone techniques; vocal diction, pace, pitch, range, clarity, timing; character development; making the voice "visible"; script breakdown, interpretation, variety; audition techniques and demo tape details. Industry tips and pointers are discussed. Play back at the end of each session. Please bring 3-ring binder, snack & water bottle. (5 threehour classes) Ages Teens & Kids 8+ yrs. Sat 8/1 Puppet Making Workshop 10:00 am – 12:00 pm $20 EEAC member / $25 nonmember Instructor: Andrea Cote. In this one day workshop students will create puppets from found and recycled materials inspired by the work of Pablo Cano on display throughout the month of August at Art Sites Gallery in Riverhead. Emphasis will be on structural skills, 3-D design, innovation and creativity. (1 session) Ages 7-10 yrs. Register by calling the School of the Arts at 631-727-0900. BRIDGE GARDENS 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.7440 Bridge Gardens is a five-acre botanical garden retreat located in Bridgehampton, New York, first established by Jim Kilpatric and Harry Neyens in 1988. In late September of 2008, Bridge Gardens Trust was donated to the Peconic Land Trust to preserve and steward the property in perpetuity. The Trust intends to expand access to the Gardens and use the them as a venue to support and enhance the mission and raise public awareness of the Peconic Land Trust. The staff understands it is important to conserve the spirit and the founders' aesthetic intentions of the original garden. Wed 8/26 Culinary Herbs 10:00 am – 12:00 pm $5/person Herbalist and aromatherapist Donna Penney will discuss the many ways to utilize summer herbs by exploring several plants in the Umbelliferae family. Please register with Robin at 631-283-3195 ext. 10. THE HAMPTON CLASSIC 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.3177 Sun 8/23 through Sun 8/30 The Hampton Classic Horse Show 8:30 am – 5:00 pm daily (approximately) General Admission $10/person daily (under 6 free) or $20/carload. Seniors free Tues – Thurs. Kids free Sat. Reserved Seats for Grand Prix Sunday: $20 per person for bench seats in the Grandstands (in addition to $10/person or $20/carload admission), or $30/person for premium center-section Grandstand seating. Parking for the show is free. The Hampton Classic is one of the country’s largest hunter/jumper horse shows. With more than 1,600 horses exhibited and more than $600,000 in prize money offered, the Classic is not only a major sporting event, but also one of the most extravagant social events of the Hamptons’ summer season. Thousands of spectators arrive daily to watch competition in six show rings and to catch a glimpse of the many celebrity riders and spectators. Among the participants are some of the finest Olympic show jumping athletes in North America. In all,

about 50,000 spectators will attend the Classic this year. With ample parking and grandstand seating, as well as dozens of shops and restaurants on site to choose from, there is plenty to do for every member of the family. A special exhibition tent houses the miniature horses, ponies, and a petting zoo. There are educational programs and demonstrations here, including “Kids Teaching Kids,” where visitors learn pony care from the young volunteers. Sun 8/23 Hampton Classic Opening Day $20,000 Nicolock Open Jumper Time Challenge Mon 8/24 Finals of the Long Island Horse Show Series for Riders with Disabilities ASPCA Animal Behavior Clinic: “Learn to Think Like a Horse!” Tues 8/25 $2,500 Marshall & Sterling Children’s Hunter Classic Wed 8/26 Adult Amateur Hunters Cavalor Open Jumper Class Thurs 8/27 First round of the $10,000 Wolffer Estate Equitation Championship Fri 8/28 $10,000 Junior/Amateur-Owned Show Jumping Derby Welcome Stake $15,000 Open Jumper Speed Derby $50,000 Spy Coast Farm Grand Prix Qualifier Exhibitor Party & JustWorld International’s “Horseless Horse Show” Sat 8/29 Cablevision’s Kids Day $10,000 Wolffer Estate Equitation Championship $15,000 WGHR Farm Junior/Amateur-Owned Jumper Classic $30,000 Open Jumper Challenge Sun 8/30 $30,000 7-8 Year Old Young Jumper Championship Finals $25,000 Carolex Show Jumping Derby $10,000 Hermes Hunter Classic $250,000 FTI Grand Prix and World Cup Qualifier MIKELLE DESIGN AT THE HAMPTON CLASSIC 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 212.787.1116 Sun 8/23 – Sun 8/30 Mikelle Design in the Boutique Garden at the Hampton Classic 8:30 am – dusk Mikelle Design introduces our new Crystal Shine Collection, and view our new Sacred Fun Collection. Visit us at The Hampton Classic in the Boutique Garden throughout the Classic Horse Show! THE PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island, NY 631.749.0740 Fri 8/14 The Perlman Music Program 15th Anniversary Benefit Celebration Weekend: Tutti Suonare 7:00 pm $25/$100 VIP Chamber Music Concert with students and PMP's world class teaching artists, including: Paul Katz, Merry Peckham, Itzhak Perlman, Roger Tapping, Don Weilerstein, and Vivian Hornik Weilerstein. For tickets to the Old Whaler's Concert only, to be held at the Old Whaler’s Church in Sag Harbor, NY, please visit www.perlmanmusicprogram.org. For information on tickets for the 15th Anniversary Benefit Celebration, please call 212-877-5045. Sat 8/15 15th Anniversary Benefit Celebration 6:00 pm $250/$850 15th Anniversary Benefit Celebration - Cocktails, Concert, and Dinner. Home of Susan Dusenberry, Sag Harbor, NY. 6:00 pm Cocktails; 7:00 pm Concert featuring I tzhak Perlman and returning alumni play chamber music; P MP chorus led by Maestro Patrick Romano;· M aestro Itzhak Perlman and the PMP String Orchestra debut John Williams’ piece “Air and Simple Gifts” composed for the 2009 Presidential Inauguration and specially arranged for PMP’s momentous occasion by the composer himself. 8:15 p.m. Dinner. 9:00 p.m. Special Doo-

Wop performance during dessert by Itzhak and surprise guests. Mon 8/17 Chamber Music Workshop Master Classes 7:00 pm Free The Perlman Music Program will present its sixth Chamber Music Workshop (CMW), from Aug. 8 to Aug. 24. CMW is an intensive two and a half-week workshop focused entirely on the study and performance of chamber music and literature for students ages 18-30. The Chamber Music Workshop offers Masterclasses with PMP Faculty Tuesday, Aug. 11 to Friday, Aug. 21 at 7 p.m. These are free and open to the public. No ticket required. Located at the Shelter Island Campus of The Perlman Music Program, 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island. PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS 631.329.9115 THE MONTAUK PLAYHOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER FOUNDATION P.O. Box 1612, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.1124 Sun 8/23 Ciaran Sheehan – “Coming Home” 6:00 pm $40/$50 advance/$100 concert and reception Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation and St. Therese Church present Ciaran Sheehan – 'Coming Home' on Aug. 23, at 6 p.m. at St. Therese in Montauk. 'Coming Home' features traditional Irish music, spiritual pieces, and Broadway selections by Sheehan, known for his run as Phantom in the "Phantom of the Opera" on Broadway. Sheehan will be joined by Gabriel Donohue of The Chieftains; $40 per person in advance ($50 at door). A Champagne Reception will be held at Montauk Downs directly after the performance. Combined concert and Champagne Reception tickets cost $100 per person. Purchase tickets online at www.montaukplayhouse.org. HAVE A HEART COMMUNITY TRUST 11 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968 516.769.9952 Tues 8/18 Have a Heart’s 2nd Annual Beach Volleyball Bash, Coopers Beach, Southampton 5:00 pm Fundraiser/$250 sponsorship Thank you for helping support our local community! Our Volleyball Tournament is an annual fundraiser supporting the “Back to School Campaign,” another Have A Heart initiative to help raise funds for local organizations that service children in need. The money we raise will provide new clothes, backpacks and supplies as well as support after school programs. Live reggae music by “Inner Roots!” Food and nonalocoholic beverages available for purchase. AVRAM THEATRE AT STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON 239 Montauk Highway at Tuckahoe Rd Southampton 632-8000 BRIDGEHAMPTON POLO CLUB Two Trees Stables 849 Hayground Road Bridgehampton 537-3881 The VIP tent is reserved for sponsors and their invited guests only but spectators are welcome to bring beach cairs, blankets or tailgate and watch the real action, not just the pretty people! A polo match lasts about 2 hours and is divided into 6 timed periods called chukkers. The object of the game is to hit the ball down the field and through the goal posts to score. During half time, spectators go onto the field in a social tradition called divot stomping. THE 2009 HC&G IDEA HOUSE 151 Sagg Main, Sagaponack, NY ANIMAL RESCUE FUND OF THE HAMPTONS Daniel’s Hole Road, P.O. Box 901, Wainscott, NY 11975 631.537.0400 Sat 8/15 The ARF Beach Ball 6:30 pm $150 / $275 couples An evening of dinner and dancing in support of ARF's valiant cats and dogs. Bridgehampton Tennis & Surf Club, 231 Mid Ocean Drive, Bridgehampton, NY. Cocktails & Raw Bar 6:30 pm. Dinner 7:30 pm. Dancing to Quake - A Motown Band. Beach Bonfire. Sorry, no tickets available at the door. SHOE INN 15 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, NY 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 631.329.4500 Thurs 8/20 – Sun 8/30 Shoe Inn’s Annual Shoe Sale 9:00 am – 6:00 pm daily Annual Sale currently ongoing at The American Legion Post 419. For information, contact Shoe Inn, 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937. 631.329.4500.. THE ROSS SCHOOL 26 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.907.5000

Sun 8/30 Grand Slam Winners Tennis Exhibition Match 12:00 pm $100/VIP $500 To benefit Ross School scholarships and programs, honoring Tennis Legend Andre Agassi. Grand Slam Winners Playing with Murphy Jensen. Clinic with Famed Tennis Coach Nick Bollettieri. Celebrity-Pro Match with actors Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley, and friends. Silent auction. Limited number of tickets available. Call 631.907.5112. DOROTHY FRANKEL SCULPTURE GARDEN AND STUDIO 2879 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, NY 631.965.3550 Sat 8/22 Salon des Artistes 5:00 pm $25 suggested donation Join us as we celebrate strength and hope performed in a garden of artisans featuring Barry Alexander Brown, Filmmaker; Bob Zellner, Author and Storyteller; Dylan Jenet Collins, Songstress/Actress (“Soloist for President Obama at Convention and Inauguration” and Broadway’s “Lion King”); Bobbie Terzi, Composer/Vocalist; and Dorothy Frankel, Sculpture. Enjoy a palette of sensory delights at our cocktail party in the sculpture gardens of Dorothy Frankel. BRIDGEHAMPTON CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-3507 EVIDENCE, A DANCE COMPANY 80 Hanson Place, Ste. 605, Brooklyn, NY 11217 718.230.4633 Sat 8/22 6th Annual On Our Toes… In The Hamptons 4:00 pm $250 On Our Toes… In the Hamptons, the annual performance and fundraising gala featuring Evidence, A Dance Company, one of the world's premiere professional dance companies, returns for the sixth year. Founded by Ronald K. Brown, Evidence, A Dance Company is rooted in African dance fusing Contemporary, Jazz and Ballet with the rhythms and sounds of the African Diaspora and Caribbean cultures. The late afternoon gala will take place at the Water Mill residence of The Honorable Bernard Jackson and Joyce Mullins-Jackson on Saturday, Aug. 22 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Former CBS "The Early Show" co-anchor and best-selling author Rene Syler will be the event's emcee. Media Sponsor is Hamptons.com. Parking location: Hamptons Alliance Church/Grace Presbyterian Church, 1225 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY 11976. (After parking, guests will be shuttled by mini bus to the residence of Bernard and Joyce Jackson for the benefit. Mini busses will return guests to the parking area after the benefit.Tickets are $250 and $500. Sponsor packages are $25,000, $15,000, $10,000, $7,500, $5,000 and $2,500. For tickets and sponsorships contact Alexandra Diaz, JFM Group at 914-235-1490, ext. 16 or alexd@thejfmgroup.com. For more information on Evidence, A Dance Company and the event visit www.evidencedance.com. JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.9858 Mon 8/10 Film: “The Rape of Europa” Part 2 8:00 pm Free "The Rape of Europa" tells the epic story of the systematic theft, deliberate destruction and miraculous survival of Europe's art treasures during the Third Reich and the Second World War. In a journey through seven countries, the film takes the audience into the violent whirlwind of fanaticism, greed, and warfare that threatened to wipe out the artistic heritage of Europe. Sat 8/15 50th Anniversary Gala Party 7:00 pm $500/$300 30 and under Jewish Center 50th Anniversary Gala 50th Anniversary Gala on Aug. 15. The Jewish Center of the Hamptons is celebrating its 50th Anniversary with a gala party at East Hampton Point featuring cocktails, dinner, and dancing on Saturday, Aug. 15, from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. Dinner chairmen for this event are Carole and Mort Olshan and Junior Committee Chairmen are Andrea Olshan, Michael Odell, Randy Udell, and Scott Alper. Tax deductable tickets are $500, and $350 for age 30 and under. Benefactor tables of 10 are available from $5,000, $10,000, $15,000 and $25,000. Reservations must be in no later than Aug. 6 and can be made by calling 631-3249858. All are welcome to come and celebrate and help support The Jewish Center of The Hamptons serving the community for the next 50 years. Festive attire is requested. Mon 8/17 Film: “The Secrets” (2007) 8:00 pm Free Faith Meets Feminism at JCOH, Aug. 17 - "The Secrets," (2007) will be screened at the JCOH on Aug. 17 at 8 p.m. indoors in the sanctuary. The Israeli film at first is an exploration of limited female opportunities in a rigidly patriarchal Orthdox environment. But after two French women, one played by Fanny Ardant, are introduced, the movie becomes an awakening for each woman as she wrestles with the notions of passion, love, respect for tradition and the fact that enlightenment comes at a price. All are welcome. No charge, 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-9858; jcoh.org. Mon 8/24 Film: “Blessed is the Match” 8:00 pm Free "Blessed is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh." Narrated by Joan Allen, the award-winning documentary is the first feature about Hannah Senesh, the World War II-era poet and diarist who became a paratrooper, resistance fighter and modern-day Joan of Arc. Safe in Palestine in 1944, Hannah joined a mission to rescue Jews in her native Hungary. Shockingly, it was the only military rescue mission for Jews during the Holocaust.

ELLEN’S RUN 130 West 42nd Street, 22nd Floor, New York, NY 10036 212.840.0916 Sun 8/16 14th Annual Ellen’s Run 9:00 am New Location for 2009: Parrish Memorial Hall at Southampton Hospital, 235 Herrick Road, Southampton, New York. EAST HAMPTON SAND CASTLE CONTEST Atlantic Avenue Beach, Amagansett, 324-6250 Sponsored by the Clamshell Foundation to benefit Local Charities. ORIGINAL 43RD ANNUAL HAMPTON’S SUMMER ANTIQUE FESTIVAL & SALE EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 324-0362 SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Center for the Arts, 2 Pond Lane, Southampton 298-1078, 929-5875 Each summer, SCC sponsors an extremely popular series of summer concerts in Agawam Park and Coopers Beach. The concerts start at 6:30 pm. 2009 Summer Concert Schedule: Wed 8/5 Coopers Beach: Project Vibe (Reggae) Wed 8/12 Agawam Park: Jose Conde (Latin) Wed 8/19 Agawam Park: Tony Ventiera (Oldies) Wed 8/26 Agawam Park: Jerry Costanzo (Big Band) Concerts in the Levitas Center for the Arts (Free; donations appreciated) Sat 8/1 and Sat 8/29 Opera of the Hamptons presents “La Boheme” and “Aida” 7:00 pm Thurs 8/6 The Vladimir Nielsen Piano Festival 7:00 pm Recital and Art Exhibit . Sat 8/15 Will Duchon Piano Recital 1:00 pm Sat 8/15 “Laughing Pizza” Concert for Young Children 3:30 pm Sun 8/16 Memorial Concert for Michael Tortorice 5:00 pm The Peconic Youth Orchestra under the baton of Dr. Andrew Perea. Thurs 8/20 Shakespeare in the Park (Agwam Park) Free (donations appreciated) Join us for a Shakespearean Marathon on Thursday, August 20th: 5:00 pm: A Midsummer's Night Dream; 7:30 pm: Romeo & Juliet. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 725-0011 Sag Harbor Farmer's Market each Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Bay Street in Sag Harbor, in the parking lot by Marine Park. Hours of operation will be between 9am and 12 noon. MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

742 Montauk Highway, Montauk, NY 631. 668.2428

EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.6850 Sat 8/1 Antiques at Mulford Farm 9:00 am – 10:00 am early buying $10 / 10:00 am – 5:00 pm $8 A Morgan MacWhinnie Event. Mulford Farm Museum, 10 James Lane, East Hampton, NY. SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.2494 Sun 8/2 Museum Benefit: Jumble Sale at the White House 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Free Location: 159 Main Street, corner of Jagger Lane, Southampton Village. Antiques, collectibles and vintage wares will be sold on the lawn of the White House, 159 Main St. in the Village during fair weather days. Venders are welcome at $35 each. Call the museum to reserve your space, 283-2494.

Sun 8/2 Architectural Walking Tour: Designing a House to Fit the Neighborhood 11:00 am $10 / free for members Location: meet at the corner of Wooley Street and Hampton Road, Southampton Village. Given by Zach Studenroth who is an architectural historian and director of Sag Harbor's Whaling Museum. Sat 8/8 Family Day at the Museum 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm $5 children/$10 adults/members Free 19th Century games, pizza and lemonade; sponsored by the Mandis Family. Sun 8/9 Architechtural Walking Tour: Re-interpretation of the Local Vernacular 11:00 am $10 / members Free Meet at 70 Moses Lane, Southampton Village. Given by architect Pamela Glazer. Wed 8/12 Summer Canning Club: Peach Chutney 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $40 members/$50 nonmembers The group will meet to make peach chutney. Led by Chef Mary Spellman, members will work together and then divvy up the jars. Bring an apron; includes produce and supplies. Sat 8/15 3rd Annual Southampton Antique Auto Show 10:00 am – 3:00 pm $5 adults/members and children free From 1910 Model T’s to 1950’s Buick Convertibles, this show has it all. Through Sat 8/15 Doll and Toy Estate Sale 11:00 am – 4:00 pm (excluding Sun/Mon) $4 adults / children 17 and under Free Location: Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton Village. This estate sale has hundreds of collectible and modern dolls, teddy bears and dollhouse furniture. Everything has been generously donated to help benefit the Southampton Historical Museum and The Toy Museum of NY. Sun 8/16 Jumble Sale at the White House 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Free Antiques, collectibles, and vintage wares will be sold on the lawn of the White House during fair weather days. 159 Main Street, corner of Jagger Lane, Southampton Village. For more info, call 631.283.2494. Sun 8/16 Architectural Walking Tour: A Contemporary Example of a Green Residence 11:00 am $10/members free Given by architect Bill Chaleff, A.I.A. and LEED A.P. Meet at 217 Cedar Street, East Hampton. Thurs 8/20 South Fork Supper 6:30 pm $75/person A long-table dinner celebrating local farms and produce. RSVP 631.283.2494. Sat 8/22 Shecky’s “Girls Day Out” benefiting the Southampton Historical Museum 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm $20 includes cocktails, refreshments, samples and a goodie bag Shop for fashions and accessories, sample new products while benefiting the Museum. Sat 8/22 Poetry Workshop at the Thomas Halsey Homestead 9:00 am – 4:00 pm $50 Taught by past Suffolk County Poet Laureate George Wallace and present Suffolk County Poet Laureate Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan. Class is limited. RSVP 631.413.7702. Bring a beach chair and lunch. 249 South Main Street, Southampton Village. Sun 8/23 Architectural Walking Tour: Main Street, Southampton’s Historic Commercial Core 11:00 am $10/free for members Given by architect Eric Woodward, A.I.A. Meet at Rogers Mansion. Thurs 8/27 What I Like About You – Long Island’s East End Opening Reception 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm $4 adults/children 17 and under free Master rug hooker Gail Horton selects some of her favorite rugs made her her students and friends. See demonstrations of hooking rugs, displays of East End craftsmanship and buy a rug for your home. On exhibit through Sat 9/19. Tues – Sat, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. Sun 8/30 Architectural Walking Tour: The Intrinsic Value of Ranch Houses 11:00 am $10/free for members Given by architect William Sdeight, A.I.A. Meet at 73 Corrigan Street, Southampton Village. SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor, NY 631. 725.0770 MONTAUK LIGHTHOUSE AND MUSEUM Montauk Point, Montauk, NY 631.668.2544 Daily 10:30 am – 4:30 pm; Admission $8.50/$7 for 65+/$4 children BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-1088

Fri – Sun 8/14 – 8/16 Antiques and Design in the Hamptons Fri 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Sat 10:00 am – 6:00 pm; Sun 10:00 am – 5:00 pm $8 Stella Shows' Antiques & Design in the Hamptons is the summer outpost of NYC's chic and cutting edge shows at the Gramercy Park Armory (26 & Lex). The smart, trend setting dealers that exhibit at the armory will be bringing their best to the Hamptons. 50 exhibitors set up under crisp white tents selling an exquisite & eclectic selection of Antique Furniture, Garden Antiques, MidCentury Modern, Art Deco, Silver, Ceramics, Lighting, Rugs & Textiles, Fine Art, Folk Art, Formal, Rustic, Asian, French & American Antiques, Jewelry, Architectural Artifacts & More.The show will be held on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society Corwith House Museum, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY. Sat 8/22 Silent Art Auction 6:00 pm Free Paintings, photographs, sculpture, folk dolls, decoys, drawings under a big ole tent with food by Dark Horse, music by Sunnyland Jazz = the place to be. Call 631-537-1088 for reservations. Admission is limited. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Rd. East Hampton 329-3568 MADOO CONSERVANCY 618 Sagg Main Street Sagaponack POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE 830 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.4929 IMAGINE THAT! FAMILY ART WORKSHOPS with award-winning children’s book author Joyce Raimondo. For children ages four to twelve and adults. DRIP PAINTING! At Jackson Pollack and Lee Krasner’s house. Saturdays, 10:00 am -11:30 am, August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. September 5 – Labor Day. Registration required. 917.502.0790. Sun 8/16 Under Each Other’s Spell: The Gutai and New York 5:00 pm Free with admission Gallery talk by Paul Jenkins about the relationship between the Gutai Art Association in Osaka (founded 1954) and New York artists in the 1950’s and ‘60’s. Exhibit through October 17th. SPRINGS PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY CENTER 5 Old Stone Highway (at the Intersection of Old Stone Highway & Spring Fireplace Roads) East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.4791 Crossroads Coffeehouse Support Local Music ! ASHAWAGH HALL 780 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 Sat 8/8 777th Annual Fisherman’s Fair 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Free Fish for Art at the Fair - The 77th annual Fisherman’s Fair is on Saturday, Aug. 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and promises to be, as always, a delight for children, gourmands, shoppers and art lovers alike. It fills the grounds at Ashawagh Hall and the Springs Library which you’ll find at 780 Springs Fireplace Road in Springs (that’s the village four miles East of Nick & Toni’s). For the kids there’ll be pony rides and games galore. For the kids in all of us the blacksmith shop will be open and taking us back to horseshoe days. The food will run from clam chowder from heaven and hot dogs by the hundreds. The selection of plants and flowers promises to be the best ever, and there are fine crafts by artists from here and from afar of every kind for sale. ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.4962 Sat 8/1 Cartoonist Gahan Wilson 6:00 pm Free Cartoonist Gahan Wilson speaks about the cartoonist’s art. Sat 8/8 Writer Catherine Hiller 6:00 pm Free Flower Children Unite! Writer Catherine Hiller reads from Woodstock Revisited along with other contributors. Wear your grooviest outfit! Fri 8/14 Artist Stephanie Reit “Bits and Pieces” Opening Reception 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Free Opening reception for artist Stephanie Reit , "Bits and Pieces," photograph and paper collages. Exhibition runs through September 13.

Sat 8/15 Poet Tom Healy, introduced by novelist A.M Homes 5:00 pm Free Poet Tom Healy reads, introduced by novelist A.M.Homes. Fri 8/21 Katrina Vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation 6:00 pm Free Katrina Vanden Heuvel, editor of the Nation speaks with Stephen Cohen, author of Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War. Sat 8/22 “Come Fly With Me!” 6:00 pm Free Readings from the anthology Flight Patterns: A Century of Stories About Flying, edited by Dorothy Spears. Sat 8/29 Novelist Patricia King 6:00 pm Free Novelist Patricia King writing as Annamaria Alfieri reads from City of Silver about 17th- century Peru. HOME, JAMES! EAST 55 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.2307 Sat 8/8 Book Signing with Today Show Contributor Elizabeth Mayhew 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Designers David Cipperman and Josef Schreick of Home, James! invite you to meet Elizabeth Mayhew, author of "Flip! For Decorating," and Lifestyle Editor for the "Today Show." SYLVESTER & CO. AT HOME 154 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11980 631.267.9777 Fri 8/28 Diane Tuft “Unseen” Photography 4:00 pm Free Book signing of Diane Tuft's recent publication from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 28 at Sylvester & Co. At Home, 154 Main Street, Amagansett. BOOKHAMPTON 41 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 631.324.4939; 91 Main Street, Southampton, NY 631.283.0270; 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.8425; Amagansett Square, Main Street, Amagansett, NY 631.267.5405 Sat 8/22 Author John Wilcockson 5:00 pm Free (Amagansett) John Wilcockson will discuss his latest book, New York Times bestseller "Lance: The Making of the World’s Greatest Champion." Having just returned from the Tour de France, Wilcockson will dish the behind-the-scenes stories from the latest race and talk about Armstrong’s chances for a win next year. Sat 8/22 Author Nick McDonnell 8:00 pm Free (Amagansett) Author of the best-seller (and soon to be movie) Twelve, Nick McDonnell will be reading from his new novel An Expensive Education. Sat 8/29 Memoirists Kaylee Jones and Michael Tonello 5:00 pm (Southampton) Free Kaylie Jones and Micahel Tonello discuss their memoirs, LIES MY MOTHER NEVER TOLD ME and BRINGING HOME THE BIRKIN. Sat 8/29 New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni 8:00 pm (Sag Harbor) Free New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni discusses his new memoir, BORN ROUND: THE SECRET HISTORY OF A FULL TIME EATER. Sat 8/29 Comedy Writer Carol Leifer 8:00 pm (East Hampton) Free Stand-up comic and comedy writer Carol Leifer discusses her new book, WHEN YOU LIE ABOUT YOUR AGE, THE TERRORISTS WIN: Reflections on Looking in the Mirror. THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 FRIDAY AT THE MOVIES JJML’s popular Friday at the Movies series is shown on a large screen in the library’s third-floor rotunda. Seating is limited, so please arrive by 6:15 pm. Films start promptly at 6:30 pm. No children allowed unless accompanied by an adult. Free. MONTAUK LIBRARY 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668 3377 Sat 8/8 Concert: JazzBones 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Free John La'Cella, on drum, Scott Ross on guitar, and Bobby Cattrano on bass - Long Island's finest jazz and blues trio. Fri 8/28 The New Golden Age: New American Opera in the 21st Century 7:30 pm Free Moderated by Damon Ferrante. Part III. Guest Composer and live performances. Consult local listings or library for updated information.

THE ART OF SONG P.O. Box 3204, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.332.2550 Fri 8/28 Under Paris Skies 8:00 pm $25 French bistro songs featuring vocalist Rebecca Dorsey, a modern-day chanteuse who will transport you with her seductive, tranquil style. Accompanied by pianist Jane Hastay, bassist Peter Martin Weiss, and violinist Stephanie Mocilan. Unitarian Universalist Meeting House 977 Bridgehampton - Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton NY 11932. EAST HAMPTON ROTARY CLUB Miss Amelia’s Cottage grounds, Amagansett Main Street. SOLE EAST 90 Second House Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.2105 Sun 8/16 Celebrity Chef BBQ and Sunday Cinema, Outdoor Movie 6:00 pm Dinner $9.99 and up Backyard Restaurant in Montauk is pleased to host Food and Wine’s Best New Chefs 2009, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo for a week of events featuring their award winning West Coast Cuisine. Shook and Dotolo are also known as the stars of Food Network’s “Two Dudes Catering” and the Executive Chefs of Animal Restaurant in L.A. Sunday BBQ will start at 6 p.m. Bring a blanket and stay for the movie, shown under the stars. Dinner $9.99 and up. For more information call 631-668-2105. Sat 8/22 The Girls of Summer 10:00 pm Free Sugar Shack Burlesque is pleased to announce “the Girls of Summer” a lusty romp through the hottest months of the year at the lovely Sole East in Montauk. Each month features show stopping antics and heart stopping striptease from some of the brightest burlesque dancers in the vibrant NYC burlesque menagerie. Join us on Aug. 22 when Albert Cadabra from "Ripley's Believe it or Not" hosts what is sure to be a highlight of the summer. Featuring Gal Friday, the current Miss Coney Island, Peekaboo Pointe, from the World Famous Pontani Sisters and Sugar Shack ringleaders: Legs Malone and RunAround Sue. Outside under the stars, starting roughly around sundown. Bring your friends, your lovers, and everyone in between. Sponsored by 44Degrees North Vodka with a raffle at each show for the Surf Riders Association. LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 Can’t make it to a cooking class? Come to our Bridgehampton Cookshop on Main Street for cooking demonstrations every Saturday from noon to 2! Sat 8/22 Tubochef Roasting Demonstration with Mark Sanne 12:00 pm Free Sat 8/29 Local Peach Fest – Peach Kuchen 12:00 pm Free WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.3040 CULINARY DEMONSTRATIONS Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat 11:00 am Free Please join us for culinary demonstrations at your local Williams-Sonoma. Our culinary demonstrations will show you how to use and care for products found throughout the store. TECHNIQUE CLASSES Free Please join us for a new series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma store. Our technique classes are an enjoyable way to broaden your culinary experience with new flavors and techniques. Led by culinary experts and featuring cuisines from around the world, classes include demonstrations and samples of prepared dishes as well as printed recipes you can take home. Join us for the entire series or choose your favorite individual classes. Class size is limited, and classes tend to fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your space today. MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE 324-8144 PECONIC LAND TRUST 296 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.3195 Sat 8/1 Garden Chats at Charnews Farm 10:00 am Free Every Saturday morning through August with Master Gardener Darlene Widirtsky in the Charnews Learning Garden. This week's talk: How do I dry out my soggy garden! The Garden Chats are organized by the Friends of Charnews Farm committee. Charnews Farm is located on Youngs Avenue between Routes 25 and 48, Southold, NY 11971. Sun 8/2 Through Farms and Fields 5:30 pm Pricing below 2009 Through Farms and Fields, a Country Supper, will be at the Channing Residence, Bridgehampton starting at 5:30 pm. Set admidst the wonderful sculpture garden of the Channings, and overlooking the vines of Channing Daughters Vineyard, Through Farms and Fields will be a truly unique East End experience. Joining Trust President John v.H. Halsey and the Board and Staff will be this year's hosts,

Molly and Walter Channing, and Event Chair Harriet H. Dresher. The supper is sponsored by The Corcoran Group, Bridgehampton National Bank, Tiffany & Co., Tommy Hilfiger, Treewise, Artisan Mortgage Company, The Bridgehampton Equity Group, Wines by Morrell, and Bridgehampton Florist (list in formation). Edible East End is our Media Sponsor. Through Farms and Fields will feature live music with Vivian and the Merrymakers, a special Children's Activity Tent generously provided by Camp Quinipet, and a live auction -led by auctioneer James Lipton of Inside the Actors Studio -- and showcasing wonderful local experiences that reflect the beauty of the East End's landscapes. The Country Supper, catered by Delaney Oser of Thyme & Again, will prominently feature local foods -- vegetables, fruits, fish, meats, cheeses, and more. The evening will also feature wines from Channing Daughters Winery. And for the kids (of all ages) homemade ice cream from Joe & Liza's Ice Cream of Sag Harbor. Please join us for what will be a magical evening celebrating our local bounty. To reserve tickets, please contact Robin Harris at 631.283.3195 ext. 10 or email to RHarris@PeconicLandTrust.org. Click here for a PDF Ticket Order Form. Click here for a PDF of the final invitation. Tickets: Benefactor (table of 10): $3,000 (preferred seating); Patron (tickets for two): $600; Individual ticket: $250; Children (under 13): $50. Charitable contributions are included in the ticket price as follows: Benefactors: $2,250; Patrons: $450; Individuals: $175; Children: $25. Tues 8/4 – Thurs 8/6 Wilderness Day Camp with “Tipi” Ted 9:00 am $40 one day/$70 two days/$100 three days Wilderness Day Camp with "Tipi" Ted: A wonderful three day children's program with the enigmatic "Tipi" Ted at the Downs Farm Preserve in Cutchogue. For kids 7-11, they will learn woodland survival skills, campfire safety, how to use a bow and arrow, and how to make native crafts. For more information, and reservations, call "Tipi" Ted at 631.722.4645 or email. Thurs 8/6 Tropical Garden Tour 10:00 am $5/person Join us for a Tropical Garden Tour at Landcraft Environments in Mattituck. Owners Dennis Schrader and Bill Smith have created an amazing tropical paradise right here on the North Fork. Come explore and learn more about their inspiration. Rain cancels. Sat 8/8 Birds of Prey at Quail Hill Farm 10:00 am $5/person Back by popular demand: Birds of Prey at Quail Hill Farm. Come and meet these beautiful and majestic birds up close with Marisa Nelson from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. Sat 8/8 Garden Chats at Charnews Farm 10:00 am Free Every Saturday morning through August with Master Gardener Darlene Widirtsky in the Charnews Learning Garden. This week's talk: Raised Garden Beds: what are the benefits? The Garden Chats are organized by the Friends of Charnews Farm committee. Charnews Farm is located on Youngs Avenue between Routes 25 and 48, Southold, NY 11971. Sat 8/15 The New Suffolk Waterfront Committee Day of Fun All Day Join the New Suffolk Waterfront Committee and the Trust for a Day of Fun at this historic marina. Beginning with a 5k Run/Walk at 10 am. In the afternoon, enjoy a kayak exploration of the Peconic Estuary, taste local wines and view local artists' work as well as enjoy music by Gil Goldstein. For more info on the day, email: newsuffolkfund@gmail.com. Sat 8/15 Garden Chats at Charnews Farms 10:00 am Free Every Saturday morning through August with Master Gardener Darlene Widirtsky in the Charnews Learning Garden. This week's talk: Plant Compatibility: Interaction can cause problems or predict success. The Garden Chats are organized by the Friends of Charnews Farm committee. Charnews Farm is located on Youngs Avenue between Routes 25 and 48, Southold, NY 11971. Wed 8/19 Picnic & Movie Night at Charnews Farms 6:00 pm Lawn Picnic / 8:00 pm Movie Showing Free Wall-E In the distant future, a garbage collecting robot inadvertantly embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind. Bring a picnic and blankets or chairs. Rain cancels. Sat 8/22 At The Common Table at Quail Hill Farms 4:30 pm Cocktails / 6:00 pm Dinner Under the Stars $200/person An evening under the stars in the Apple Orchard with great food by renowned East End chefs, excellent wines from Channing Daughters, ice cream from Bay Burger, and the incomparable company of farm members and guests. Sat 8/22 Movies at Charnews Barn (3005 Youngs Avenue, Southold, NY) 6:00 pm picnic / 7:30 pm film screening Free (limited seating; please RSVP) “The Real Dirt on Farmer John”; directed by Taggart Siegel. The epic tale of a maverick Midwestern farmer. Castigated as a paraiah in his community, Farmer John bravely transforms his farm amidst a failing economy, vicious rumors, and arson. He succeeds in creating a bastion of free expression and a revolutionary form of agriculture in rural America. Come see the compelling story of farmer John Peterson and meet fellow supporters of the conservation of Charnews Farm. RSVP by calling 631.283.3195 or by email to JFargiano@PeconicLandTrust.org. Sun 8/23 Farmyard Dinner at Charnews Farms 6:00 pm Free

Bring your own dinner to the Charnews Table and enjoy a meal with new friends. Relocate to the barn in case of rain. Charnews Farm is located on Youngs Avenue between Routes 25 and 48, Southold, NY 11971. Sat 8/29 Garden Chats at Charnews Farms 9:00 am Free Every Saturday morning through August with Master Gardener Darlene Widirtsky in the Charnews Learning Garden. This week's talk: Succession Planting: How to extend your garden’s season. The Garden Chats are organized by the Friends of Charnews Farm committee. Charnews Farm is located on Youngs Avenue between Routes 25 and 48, Southold, NY 11971. Sat 8/29 Cheesemaking Workshop with Cookie Slade at Charnews Farms 10:00 am $10 Meet us in the farm kitchen for a venture into the art of cheesemaking! Cookie Slade will teach us how to make a 30-minute mozzarella and provide tips on serving this tasty cheese to your late-summer guests. We will enjoy a sampling of the cheese along with light refreshments. Limited to 25 attendees. RSVP to Robin at 631-283-3195 ext. 10. SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-9735 Nature walks & workshops. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members $5. Sat 8/1 Fringed Orchids of Napeague (Napeague) 9:00 am Walk Leader: Jim Ash, SoFo Executive Director. Join Jim as he takes you to see a thriving colony of Crested Yellow Orchids. The orchids you will see are much paler in color than the usual Crested Yellow Orchids. Some consider these paler orchids to be a distinct species, but at the moment they are still considered to be just a form of the Crested Yellow Orchid. Sun 8/2 The Secret Life in a Pond (Bridgehampton) 10:00 am (children ages 3 – 5) 1:00 pm (children ages 6 and older) Program Leader: Lindsey Rohrbach, SoFo Nature Educator. Come discover the array of creatures that live in ponds, from frogs and insects to small microorganisms that dwell in the watery muck. We’ll uncover this fascinating environment with underwater viewers, magnifying glasses, microscopes, and hands-on exploration. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Sat 8/8 Make a Fish Print T-Shirt (Bridgehampton) 10:00 am Workshop Leaders: Sue and Al Daniels. In this delightful hands-on workshop children and their adult companions will learn about fish anatomy while making their own colorful fish print T-shirts to take home and wear with pride. There will be a materials charge of $10 per person for T-shirt and supplies. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Sun 8/9 The Ospreys of Accabonac Harbor (East Hampton) 10:00 am Walk Leader: Chris Roberts. Join birdwatcher and bird counter Chris Roberts as we meander around Accabonac Harbor to see these magnificent birds of prey. The adult Fish Hawks will be bringing food to their young on the raised wooden platforms that they call home. The fledglings will be flapping their wings getting ready to fly. Learn how these birds were brought back from the brink of extinction with a little help from concerned nature lovers. We will count the number of young in each nest and compare these numbers to previous years. Binoculars and/or a spotting scope are recommended. Sat 8/15 Salt Marshes: Illustrated Talk & Book Signing (Bridgehampton) 4:00 pm Author: Judith S. Weis, PhD, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, at Rutgers University, Newark, NJ. Join us for an illustrated talk, wine and cheese celebration, and book signing announcing the publication of Salt Marshes: A Natural and Unnatural History. This highly readable book, from Rutger’s University Press, co-authored by Carol A. Butler, explores the fascinating biodiversity of these boggy wetlands. It offers readers a wealth of essential information about a variety of plants and animals, the importance of the salt marsh habitats, consequences of human neglect and thoughtless development, and insight into how these wetlands recover. Sun 8/16 Old Field Foray (Bridgehampton) 9:00 am Walk Leaders: Jim Ash, SoFo Executive Director, Lindsey Rohrbach, SoFo Nature Educator. Meander with Jim and Lindsey in the old field behind the museum where they will show you the plants, birds, and animals that live there. Sat 8/22 Shorebird Migration (Bridgehampton) 7:00 am Walk Leader: Hugh McGuinness. This is a great opportunity to see and learn about migrating shorebirds with Hugh, as these birds make their way from their summering grounds in the Artic to their wintering grounds in Central and South America. Hugh is an expert birder and compiles a weekly report on rare bird sightings on eastern Long Island. Sun 8/23 A SoFo Wading Adventure! (East Hampton) 9:00 am Wade Leader: Heather Abrams, SoFo Nature Educator. Come join Heather on the first-time ever SoFo wading adventure where we will learn about the plants and animals that live in the waters all around us on the South Fork. And, if we’re lucky, we may even see a sea star having a snack. Limited enrollment, reserve now!

Sat 8/29 Snapping Turtles: Prehistoric Monster Hunt (Bridgehampton) 10:00 am Walk Leader: Andy Sabin, SoFo Board President. Of ancient lineage, the Snapping Turtle, which can grow to a length of 3 feet from head to tail and weigh as much as 70 pounds, will be the main subject of this adventure with Andy. You’ll also get to know the Painted Turtle, and perhaps meet up with the aptly named Stinkpot Turtle. Children love this walk. Sun 8/30 Learn How to Draw the Landscape (Bridgehampton) 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Teaching Artists: Gene Samuelson, Frank Sofo. If you’re a beginner, here’s your chance to try your hand at landscape drawing. If you’re experienced, here’s on opportunity to pick up some new ideas and ways of working. Join Gene and Frank, professional artists, as you experiment with a variety of media to capture the magnificent Hampton’s landscape. Bring your own art supplies. We’ll make some recommendations when you call for reservations. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett, NY 631.329.4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.5202 Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. GROUP FOR THE EASTEND 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Unless indicated, GSF’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Wed 8/5 Owl Pellet Investigation and Owl Prowl (Bridgehamtpon) 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Group Educator, Anita Wright, will lead participants in the dissection of owl pellets, discussion on owl behavior, and short hike to listen for owls (weather permitting). This event is part of Southampton Town’s Third Annual Summer Lecture Series at the Long Pond Greenbelt Nature Center [1061 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike], which can accommodate 25 people. Parking is limited and may require a short walk along a dirt drive. There is a $5.00 fee to cover the cost of materials. For more information, please call Laura Smith (Principal Environmental Analyst with the Town of Southampton Community Preservation Department) at 631-287-5720. Fri 8/7 Sagg Pond Paddle & BBQ (Sagaponack) 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm Enjoy a one-mile paddle across Sagg Pond to the ocean beach, followed by a BBQ, bonfire and sunset. After dinner, we will paddle back by the light of the full moon. Please bring your own drinks and a chair or blanket to sit on (supplies must be transported in your kayak or canoe). Fee for the paddle and BBQ is $30 ($20 for children under 12). If you do not have your own boat, single kayaks can be rented for $30, double kayaks for $50. For reservations or more information, please contact Kate Schertel at 631-765-6450 ext. 208 or kschertel@eastendenvironment.org. Wed 8/26 Arshamomaque Preserve Hike (Southold) 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Join us for an evening walk through one of Southold's most ecologically-diverse preserves. Once farmland, this preserve boasts exceptional scenic and biological resources including the rare swamp cottonwood forest. The Preserve is located off Chapel Lane in Greenport. For reservations or more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-765-6450 ext. 211 or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org . THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island 749-1001 Edged in white by 10 miles of coastline, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island is considered one of the richest habitats in the Northeast. Just 90 miles from New York City, the preserve covers a third of the island with 2,039 acres of interlacing tidal creeks, mature oak woodlands, fields, and freshwater marshes and is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Peconic." All programs require pre-registration. Call the Mashomack Preserve office at (631) 749-1001 for reservations, meeting place, and further information. Events are free to members of The Nature Conservancy, $4 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 631.283.3195 ECCO FARM 55 Long Lane East Hampton 324-5523 GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM Sound Avenue, Aquebogue NY 631-680-1699

MORTON NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 2595 Noyac Rd Sag Harbor 725-7598 THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 MONTAUK MARINE BASIN 426 West Lake Dr. Montauk 668-5900 LULULEMON ATHLETICA 35 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.4192 Thurs 8/20 Kids Yoga, Live Music & Games 3:30 pm Free Bring your little yogis to lululemon athletica for a complimentary Kids Yoga Class & Live Music featuring special guest instructors Jennifer Frasher and Steve Eaton. Ages three to nine years old are welcome and Moms and Dads are too! Sat 8/22 Doga 9:00 am Free Can your dog sit, stay, AND savasana? Bring your pooch to Lululemon Athletica on Saturday, August 22, at 9 a.m. for some Doga...that's right, Dog Yoga! This 45 minute class is led by Kari Harendorf, whose doggie-based sessions have been featured in TimeOut New York, New York Post, and New York Times. Doga is centered around bonding with you furry friend and giving it some special, undivided attention! You'll learn massage techniques to calm your dog after a long & stressful day of fetching, sleeping, and being adorable! The class has some human-based exercises too! CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold 765-2626 Every Saturday evening, from dusk until midnight, Custer is open to the general public. Staff provide guided tours of the sky (weather permitting) via laser pointers and powerful telescopes, and are more than happy to answer questions. Group visits by classes, scouts, and others are welcome (contact CusterDonna@yahoo.com to arrange). The facilities are also available for private functions. Sat 8/1 Concert: LiZa Coppola 8:00 pm Fri 8/ 7 Astronomical League 2009 Conference: BBQ, Open Mic, & Star Party (in collaboration with AOS) For details about the ALCON convention, go to www.ALCON2009.org. Sat 8/15 Concert: Chili Djurhuss 8:00 pm Suggested donation $10 members/$12 nonmembers/$8 students This singer-songwriter-guitarist from Copenhagen has recently toured Denmark, Germany and Greenland, and is now heading off to Spain, with stops at Kenny's Castaways and Custer along the way. Pop meets country meets love in high heels. Come be transported into a dreamy universe of torch songs and be part of the unique experience that is Chili. Sat 8/15 Perseid Meteor Shower Party! 9:00 pm $5 adults/$3 children/under fourteen and members free This 2000 year old meteor shower originates from the debris of comet Swift-Tuttle, and with a radiant from the constellation Perseus. Expect about 60 meteors per hour in the northeast sky at the peak, which occurs the morning of Aug. 14th. Since this shower remains strong for several days in either direction (July 23 - Aug. 22), we should be able to witness another of nature's amazing sky shows on the 15th. Sat 8/22 Concert: Becca Hasselbrook and guest artist 8:00 pm Sat 8/29 Messier Marathon COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-3352 THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-8250 It started with a dream: To create a magical and inviting place for young people that would stir their curiosity and imagination. In this quickly moving world of technology, children’s museums give families an opportunity to slow down and actively share in their children’s growth. These wonderful places of discovery are designed to provide interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create a lifelong love of self-directed learning. Interactive exhibits will be both permanent and rotating. The permanent exhibit will focus on what makes the East End a special place, with an emphasis on the people and living creatures that inhabit it. Themes include agriculture, fishing, world celebrations, and community. In addition to the indoor activities, visitors will be encouraged to explore outdoor exhibits, mazes and gardens. Plans include space for year-round workshops, performances, and special events, as well as a permanent art workshop for children to explore their own

creativity. Reservations required unless otherwise specified. CMEE Museum Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sat: 9 am-6 pm; Friday is late night at CMEE: 9 am-7:30 pm; Sun: 10 am-6 pm; Closed on Tuesdays Admission: Under 1 year old: FREE; 12 and under: $5.00; Teens and Grownups: $7.00; Senior Grownups: $5.00 YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN ADVANCE Pizza Pajama Party $12 for Non-Members The last Friday of every month, head over to CMEE for a Pizza Party, Pajama Night. Give the kids a quick bath, brush their teeth, and put them in their PJs for a night of fun. 6:00 pm Pizza Is Served / 6:30 pm Reading 2009 Picnic & Performance Series Bring a picnic, and join us this Summer for an exciting line-up of some of the best-and-beloved performers in children’s entertainment, from both the East End and beyond! WEDNESDAYS & Select TUESDAYS at 6pm! Cost: Members: $10/Non-Members: $12/At the door at performance time: $15. Tuesday “Puppets & A Picnic” Series with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre / Whirligig Wednesdays Wed 8/5 Hamptons Ballet Theatre: Peter and the Wolf 6:00 pm This playful classic, performed by students in Sara Jo Strickland’s “Hampton Ballet Theatre”, has delighted and inspired both children and adults since Prokiev’s ballet premiered in 1940. The ever-popular story tells the tale of Peter, who, despite being warned not to do so by his grandfather, enlists the help of his animal friends in catching the wicked wolf and taking him to the zoo. A wonderful introduction to orchestral instruments! Suggested ages: 3 years & up. Tues 8/11 Veggie’s Destiny 6:00 pm (45 minutes) This original story including 10 songs written by Liz Joyce and Juliana Nash tells the tale of a plate of vegetables that might not get eaten. Ages 3 and up, table top, hand and rod puppets. Wed 8/12 Chris D’Agostino “The Transformation!” Show 6:00 pm In this truly unique theatrical presentation - A world of traditional folktales and original stories come to life with Christopher Agostino’s amazing “illustrations” --- facepainting on the faces of audience volunteers! All ages. Thurs 8/13 “Shop for a Playground” Party 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Free A Trunk Show at the Children's Museum of the East End! Join us for a fun-and-fashion filled day - for both parents and children! CMEE is hosting a Trunk Show with noted New York and Hamptons-based designers including: Estella Children's Wear; Isadora Story Cashmere for Women; Jillery by Jill Fagin - Jewelry and Home Products; Kai Kai Shoes & Sport; Loyalhanna Nursing Wear; Monogram Me Monogrammed Products; SoLUXE Stationary. The event runs all day so families can drop in any time - mothers can shop (and enjoy delicious wine courtesy of Caudalie Vinotherapie Spa) and children can play and enjoy CMEE. A portion of the proceeds will go to CMEE, earmarked for a new outdoor playground on the Museum's grounds. Tues 8/18 Let’s Dress Up Mermaid Tea Party 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm $60 per child; $15 per adult (includes wine, fruit, cheese/crackers) What little girl doesn’t love tea parties, dressing up AND the magic and wonder of ‘mermaids’?! Here’s a party that has it all – for pirate-loving boys too! Have your child come in a swimsuit or leotard ‘to dress up’ over! The Mermaid Staff will include the ‘the works’: A photograph of your child in costume; a picture frame they can decorate; games and gussying up for the girls if desired before the actual party; A sit-down ‘tea party’ served by the Mermaid staff, with sandwiches, fruit, muffins, goldfish, candies and lemonade ‘tea’, and special dessert. Mermaid guests will also be read a sea-side tale, and receive a parting gift as they change at the end of the party. Tues 8/18 Movie Night! 7:30 pm $10 adult/$5 children Ghostbusters: Join us tomorrow for the final 80's Movie Night of the summer season at CMEE. Presented by the East Hampton Rotary Club, the CMEE Amphitheater will host Ghostbusters. Doors open at 7:30 pm and the movie begins at dusk. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. Wed 8/19 Dan Bailey: African Drumming & Dance 6:00 pm $10 members/$12 nonmembers/$15 at the door With global performer & Hampton’s ‘own’ Daniel Bailey! Come hear why this master drummer is in such demand! You won’t want to sit still… All ages. Mon 8/24 Rhythm Recreation: An Introduction to Dance and Movement with A & G Dance Company 10:00 am ages 3-4/11:00 am ages 5-7 $25 Based on the premise that children learn through play, this fun, relaxed class emphasizes children's use of movement in space and time, coordination, rhythm, musicality, balance and strengthening. They will be introduced to ballet technique, a foundation for any formal dance training.

GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Harbor 725-4193

Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag

DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 SERENITY AT COOPERS BEACH 268 Meadow Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.0247 Sat 8/29 Family Night Lobster Bake 4:00 pm $26.50 prix fixe Serenity at Coopers Beach, Southampton's only oceanfront dining destination located on the number one beach on the East Coast, will host a Family Night each Saturday, through September. A different themed event each week features a range of kid-friendly treats and fun activities for the entire family. A special children's prix fixe menu including the café's popular chicken tenders, mini-burgers, and fish fritters is priced at $14.50 and Friday's four-course lobster bake prix fixe, available to adults for $26.50, will be offered to seniors for only $19.50. Parking is free after 5 p.m. BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue, NY 631.734.7537 Sat 8/22 , Sun 8/23, Tues 8/25 Live Music At Bedell Cellars And Corey Creek Vineyards 2:00 pm Free (wine tasting fees $15 - $15) The performers will be: Sahara whose style can be described as playing anywhere from oldies to retro rock; Joe Allegue who can be described as acoustic rock; and Ev Corwin whose style revolves around the acoustic guitar. The schedule is as follows - Saturday, Aug. 22 Sahara at Corey Creek from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. On Sunday, Aug. 23 Joe Allegue at Bedell Cellars from 2 p.m to 6 p.m. Twilight Tuesday, Aug. 25 Ev Corwin at Corey Creek from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue 734-5111 Sat 8/1 Hugh Prestwood & Friends – A Summer Tradition 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $15 Unforgettable summer evenings begin with a concert surrounded by the picturesque vineyards of the East End. All concerts are from 6-8 pm and are held rain or shine under a tent or pavillon. Tickets are priced at a recession-special $15, and can be purchased at the East End Arts Council (133 East Main St., Riverhead) or at the gate. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets, as seating is not usually provided. Picnic dinners are welcome, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Please call 631-727-0900 or visit www.eastendarts.org for more information and directions to the vineyards. You bring the picnic, we'll provide great music, wonderful wines and a spectacular setting, at a very reasonable cost. Sun 8/9 Jazz Convergence Quartet - Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Jazz Convergence Quartet - Bob Hoveys Jazz Convergence Quartet, features Neil Ralph on keyboards, with very special guests Bryan Campbell, guitar and John Soldo, drums. Together they bring to bear more than a century of combined yet widely diverse musical expression in a varied and eclectic performance. On a given afternoon their repertoire may take you from Bach to Bacharach to Bebop, from samba to straight ahead jazz. Please remember no outside acoholic beverages are permitted on the property. Tues 8/18 Local Bounty Luncheon with Sang Lee Farms and Borghese Vineyard 11:30 am $55/person Join Ann Marie Borghese of Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Karen Lee of Sang Lee Farms for cooking demonstrations, wine pairing suggestions, lunch and wine tastings. Ann Marie and Karen will meet you at the Sang Lee Farms farm stand kitchen and together they will create The Local Bounty Luncheon. Cost is $55 per person includes class, luncheon and wine tasting. For reservations call 631-7347001. Class starts promptly at 11:30 a.m. Sun 8/23 Borghese Book Chats Facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph. D. 4:00 pm $20 Join us on the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an in-depth chat about one of the many great books of today. Our chats will be facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. Professor of Literature at S.U.N.Y., Nassau Community College. Arrive early and indulge in a glass of Borghese wine, while mingling with other book lovers until the chat begins at 1pm. Reservations preferred. $20 includes a glass of wine, cheese and crackers. Package special: all six sessions for $100. July 12: The Summer Guest, Justin Cronin 4:00pm. Sun 8/30 Glenn Jochum and Rick Hall 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Singer/songwriter Glenn Jochum is a concert mainstay on the East End of Long Island, New York, and has been playing for the past decade at local vineyards, street fairs, restaurants, cafes, and libraries. Please join us for an afternoon of music with Glenn & Rick. Music will be held under the tent. Wine will be available for purchase by the glass.Please remember no outside alcoholic beverages are permitted on the property. CHANNING DAUGHTERS WINERY 1927 Scuttlehole Road Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.7224

Tues 8/25 Outstanding in the Field Dinner at EECO Farm, East Hampton 4:00 pm $200 Outstanding in the Field events feature a leisurely tour of the hosting farm followed by a five course, farm-style dinner at our long table set in a scenic spot. Dinner is accompanied by a wine paired with each course. Diners are joined at the table by the farmer, food producers, a winemaker and other local artisans associated with the meal. Visit the following link for information & tickets: http://www.outstandinginthefield-reservations.com/?p=139. DUCKWALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & DUCK WALK NORTH Town of Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 Saturday and Sunday afternoons from Memorial Day weekend until the end of October, enjoy Duck Walk wines while listening to live music at our Patio overlooking the vines. Music begins at 1:00 and ends at 5:00. Sat 8/8 Sunset in Sag Harbor 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm $75/person (Reception only) $125/person; $200/couple (reception and VIP) Benefit event for the Urban League of Long Island, Inc. VIP afterparty to follow in Sag Harbor. RSVP 516.750.6645. JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25, Jamesport, NY 11947 631.722.5256 Sat 8/1 Bruce MacDonald – Folk 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Sun 8/2 Mustang Car Show 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Free Come on out to Jamesport Vineyards this Sunday to check out some of the most beautiful Mustangs on Long Island. There will be a variety of Mustangs on display. Admission is free so bring the whole family. Cars will be on display beginning 11AM to 4:30 PM. We will have an oyster & clam bar !!! See you then!!! Sat 8/8 Quadra Love – Reggae 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Sat 8/15 Inner Sleeve - 60's & 70's Rock 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Sat 8/22 T-Bone & Frannie Mae - Blues 1:00 – 5:00 pm Free Sun 8/23 Wine, Beer & Oyster Festival with Blue Point Brewery 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free Featuring Blue Point Brewery and live music by Grateful Dead cover band "Reckoning." Picnic blankets & Chairs Allowed. No outside alcohol is permitted. Sat 8/29 Highway 49 Classic Rock 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Free LAUREL LAKE VINEYARDS 3165 Main Road (Rte 25), Laurel, NY 11948 631.298.1420 Sat 8/15 Matt Marshak – Back By Popular Demand! 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm $15 Unforgettable summer evenings begin with a concert surrounded by the picturesque vineyards of the East End. All concerts are from 6-8 pm and are held rain or shine under a tent or pavillon. Tickets are priced at a recession-special $15, and can be purchased at the East End Arts Council (133 East Main St., Riverhead) or at the gate. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets, as seating is not usually provided. Picnic dinners are welcome, but no outside alcohol is permitted. Please call 631-727-0900 or visit www.eastendarts.org for more information and directions to the vineyards.You bring the picnic, we'll provide great music, wonderful wines and a spectacular setting, at a very reasonable cost. THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Main Road Peconic 800-974-9899 LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 LONG ISLAND MEADERY 1347 Lincoln Avenue Suite 11 Holbrook NY 11741 285-7469 Have you ever heard of mead? Have you ever tried mead? Maybe you tried mead while visiting Europe or at a medieval festival? Have you been told that mead was like beer, a beer with honey or even a wine with honey? Mead has some similarities to these beverages, but it is so much more it deserves its own category. Mead is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of honey as its primary sugar source and is often referred to as honey wine. Being made from honey, one would naturally expect it to be very sweet and although it usually is, it can actually range from dry to very sweet. Mead is usually still, though it can be made sparkling and can range from a mild low alcoholic content up to very high. Mead is arguably the oldest alcoholic beverage on the planet with some evidence dating it back approximately 10,000 years. Due to many different cultural and financial reasons, mead has fallen out of favor over the many years and now we call it the 'oldest alcoholic beverage no one has ever heard of.' A far cry from its hey day when it was referred to as the 'Nectar of the Gods.' Mead can be produced in many variations including a plain honey wine (traditional - honey only), flavored with fruit

(melomel), spices (metheglin), vegetables, or any combination of ingredients limited only by the imagination of the wine maker and the resources he has at hand. Mon - Thurs by Appointment Only, Fri 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave Mattituck 298-0100 MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 298-0075 Every Tuesday Night: Live Mic 7:00 pm MC & Host Rocky Divello Bring Your Dinner, Talent & Friends. Now – October: Kite Flying Bring your own or purchase one of ours. Sat 8/1 Long Island Farm Bureau Dinner Dance & Awards 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm $80 in advance / $90 at the door Cocktails, Buffet Dinner, Dancing & Door Prizes. For info call 631-727-3777. Sun 8/2 Chip ‘n Dipped Wine and Chocolate Pairings 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm $10 / $5 wine club members Sun 8/2 Cooking Demonstration with La Bonne Quiche 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm Sat 8/8 The 3rd Annual North Fork Craft Beer, BBQ and Wine Festival 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm $75 VIP / $50 General Admission More than 50 world-class craft brewers will gather on the picturesque grounds of the Martha Clara Vineyard to participate for the festival. The festival will include a broad range of nationally recognized craft beer industry leaders, including Dogfish Head, Captain Lawrence Brewing Co., Sam Adams, and award-winning international craft brewer, Unibroue. Shoulder to shoulder with these breweries will be Long Island's award-winning hometown favorites, Blue Point Brewing Co., John Harvard's Brew House, Black Forest Brew Haus, Southampton Ales & Lagers and others. Two new Long Island breweries will be making a debut at the festival this year, Long Ireland Brewing Company and Fire Island Beer Co. The event will feature wines for sampling from the Martha Clara Vineyards collection and other specially selected Long Island wineries. Gourmet barbeque from Maple Tree BBQ and live music from the band Energy Express will add to the enjoyment of the day. The 3rd Annual North Fork Craft Beer, BBQ and Wine Festival has two ticket options: VIP (1 to 6 p.m., $75) and General Admission (2 to 6 p.m., $50). Tickets are limited. The event will not be oversold. Tickets can be purchased at www.NorthForkCraftBeerFestival.com . Sun 8/16 Wine Tasting, Light Lunch, Local Art 1:00 pm $25 The Long Island Sierra Club Invites you to a day of Wine Tasting, Light Lunch, and Art by the Save Long Island Artists Group. The L.I. Sierra Club is raising money for the L.I. Water Sentinels. The cost is $25. Please come, spend a summer day on the North Fork, help us save our waterways and meet new people. To purchase tickets go to www.LIWaterSentinels.org. Sat 8/22 An Evening of the World’s Best Short Films 6:00 pm $15/$30/$35 The fast-paced program will feature two short films by Jason Reitman, Oscar Nominee in 2008 for directing the mega hit feature film “Juno.” Live music will be presented prior to the film screening featuring a performance by the local popular jazz act, The Rare Groove Band. Gates open at 6 p.m. for the music performance. The films will screen at approximately 8:15 p.m. The event is being presented for the benefit of The Leukemia–Lymphoma Society. Highlights of the shorts program include “Spider,” a jaw-dropper from Australian director Nash Edgerton, which won “Audience Favorite” at the 54th Sydney Film Festival. In addition, there is Tribeca Film Festival winner: “Super Powers,” from the talented New York filmmakers Jeremy Kip Walker and John Mitchell. Also, featured in the evening’s line-up is the international festival hit, “Tanghi Argentini,” winner of three “Best Short Film” awards. Reitman’s short films, which he has acknowledged helped him advance to a successful feature film directorial career, include his 2000 Sundance Jury Prize Winner: “Gulp,” and his five time “Best of Show” festival winner: “In God We Trust” (2001). Tickets cost $30 in advance for the Live music, a barbecue dinner provided by Maple Tree Caterers and the film program or $35 at the door. If you prefer just to come for the films, admission is $15. THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004 PALMER VINEYARDS 5120 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901 722-WINE (5362) PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800

PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic 734-6200 Saturdays & Sundays Memorial Day Weekend through October Live Music on the Pavilion 1:00 pm -5:00 pm Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy live music overlooking the vineyard. Weather permitting. Pavilion Closes at 6:00 pm. By law, only Pindar Vineyards wines can be consumed on the property. Tours of the Winery Complimentary winery tours will be given Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic, NY 11958 631. 765.6404 Sat 8/29 Producer’s Tastings sponsored by the Tasting Room 1:00 pm Free admission To be held at Onabay Vineyards, Southold, NY. Come and meet the Owners/Winemakers and enjoy their handcrafted, artisanal wines. VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE Bowden Sq, Southampton 283-2800 MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Sat 8/1 Rhett Miller Solo 8:00 pm $30 / VIP $45 Texan Rhett Miller is best known as lead singer/guitarist for Dallas' alt-country band the Old 97's. The Old 97's, formed in 1993, issued their debut LP Wreck Your Life in 1995. Their follow-up, Fight Songs, was issued in 1999; the same year, the early-1994 recording Hitchhike to Rhome was reissued on CD, and the mini-album Early Tracks delivered more of the same in 2000. Their 2001 release, Satellite Rides, gained critical acclaim as well as substantial airplay on college radio stations around the United States. Sat 8/1 Hot Lava 11:00 pm $25 Hot Lava’s molten musical interpretations of The Who, The Rolling Stones,The Replacements, Ryan Adams, and others have scalded hordes of fans from NYC to Amagansett. Sun 8/2 Tom Howie 8:00 pm $15 Tom Howie’s talent lies in his ability to weigh the ups and downs of what is really meaningful in ways that awaken us to our own reality. He confronts his confusion and ours while instilling in us a message of hope. Audiences respond with quiet knowing when he sings about a world he doesn’t completely understand or agree with. Sun 8/2 Fastball 9:30 pm $20 Fastball was formed in 1994 by native Texans Joey Shuffield and Miles Zuniga along with So-Cal transplant Tony Scalzo. Originally called Magneto USA, they were signed in 1995 to Hollywood Records and soon changed their name to Fastball. They released their first full length album,”Make Your Mama Proud” in 1996 and toured extensively throughout the US with little notice. After a year and a half they recorded a second album entitled, “All The Pain Money Can Buy”. Before it’s release in Spring 1998, US radio had latched on to a catchy little ditty called “The Way” and it was clear that Fastball had a hit on their hands. Songs like “Sooner or Later”, “Fire Escape” and “Out Of My Head” followed and the band toured around the world. At home, copies of All The Pain Money Can Buy reached the platinum, 1 million sales mark by the end of the year. Sun 8/2 The Roastbeef Curtains 11:00 pm $10 In some stretch of time between Jugglin Time and The Aggressive Edge, 3 guys met and played some riddims. All 3 guys had one common goal: Other peoples pleasure! "For fans of reggae/dub/rock." Mon 8/3 The Danny Kalb Trio 8:00 pm $15 Danny has performed as a solo artist and in trio settings up and down the East Coast in recent years, and this is the part of his career that’s inspired I’m Gonna Live The Life I Sing About. Gritty blues, originals, and standards, his touch on the guitar is as exciting and individual as ever. From folk to blues to jazz, Danny's experimental mindset and talent played significant part in redefining musical genres and boundaries and he is still an influence, as ahead now as he was when he began. Tues 8/4 Sophia Bastian 8:00 pm $10 Tues 8/4 70’s Party with Disco Sux 9:00 pm $10

70's Party - Dance the night away to your favorite tunes. Wed 8/5 Taylor Barton & GE Smith 8:00 pm $10 The fall of 2009, brings you a beautifully crafted new collection of songs from the Renaissance Woman, NYC based, Taylor Barton. This is her seventh project featuring well-polished songs produced by Pink Floyd’s Keyboardist, Jon Carin and Taylor Barton; joined by her husband GE Smith, SNL, Dylan and veteran musicians, Tony Shanahan, ( Patty Smith) Robin Gould, Alex Alexander (Dido) and the newly emerging songstress on background vocals, GiGi Fouquet ( Barton produced her EP, Tiny Heaven, with GE ). This is a richly, textured, picturesque collection. Wed 8/5 Karaoke with Harry 10:00 pm $5 Thurs 8/6 Dar Williams 8:00 pm $50 / VIP $65 With her clear sweet voice, observant lyrics and exquisitely sculpted melodies - Dar Williams occupies a unique musical space, displaying a unparalleled harmony of both pop and singer-songwriter sensibilities. Thurs 8/6 Michael Sackler-Berner 10:00 pm $10 Michael Sackler-Berner is a young, Brooklyn based performer and songwriter whose music has been featured on the hit TV shows Sons of Anarchy, Law and Order, and Law and Order: CI. A regular spin on Q104.3, his forthcoming record was produced by Bob Thiele Jr. and features Jim Keltner (John Lennon, Travelling Wilburys), Reggie McBride (Stevie Wonder, Van Morrison) and David Mansfield (Loudon Wainwright III, Bob Dylan). Fri 8/7 Ryan Shaw 8:00 pm $20 general admission / $35 VIP admission This 26-year-old singer/songwriter from Decatur, Georgia is out to revive the passion and soul of the Golden Age of Rhythm & Blues (1960-1972) for a new generation. His debut album, This Is Ryan Shaw, combines a powerfully expressive voice with a clutch of great songs both classic and new—and a state-of-the-art, in-your-face sound that makes it impossible to sit still. Fri 8/7 Booga Sugar 11:00 pm $25 Building an explosively fresh sound since early 2000, Booga Sugar has become the perfect embodiment of impossibly polished dance grooves. They have created a visionary sound that evokes NY 80’s revival veering towards pop bliss. Sun 8/9 White Trash Party 10:00 pm $10 Sat 8/15 Louden Wainwright III 8:00 pm $50 VIP $35 General Admission Sat 8/15 Little Head Thinks 11:00 pm Alternative/Rock Band/Cover and originals. Sun 8/16 The English Beat 8:00 pm $80 Mon 8/17 Anders Holst 8:00 pm $10 Swedish-born crooner, Anders Holst has been likened to a cross between Robert Palmer, Leonard Cohen, and Harry Connick, Jr. Anders released the album Romantika this year, which has received critical acclaim from the likes of Billboard Magazine, Quincy Jones, Jazziz, and SmoothJazz.com. During the entire month of March, Anders teamed up with the Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure ® to donate all proceeds from the iTunes sales of his Billy Joel cover, “All About Soul,” to the fight against breast cancer. He is also the face of a special campaign with VisitSweden , Sweden 's official website for tourism and travel. For more information, visit www.andersholst.com. Fri 8/21 David Bromberg Quartet 8:00 pm $115 VIP / $100 General admission Sat 8/22 Giving Tree 11:00 pm $25 Tues 8/25 80’s Party with Disco Sux 10:00 pm $10 Featuring the music of Disco Sux. 80's music and lots of fun. Wed 8/26 Dick Dale 7:00 pm $70 VIP / $55 General admission Wed 8/26 The Talkhouse Turns Twenty-Two! 10:00 pm $20 donation Come Join the fun! Special Guests: Terrance Simien and The Zydeco Experience, Nancy Atlas, Klyph Black & Rumor Has It, Little Head Thinks and Mamalee & Friends! All proceeds will go to Don Sharkey Memorial Fund. A non-profit organization that will help East Hampton Town Residents. Thurs 8/27 Hothouse Flowers 8:00 pm $50 general admission / $65 VIP admission Sun 8/30 Marcia Ball 8:00 pm $35 general admission / $50 VIP admission Sun 8/30 The Majestic Band 10:00 pm $10 The Majestic Band featuring “Mesha” is a seven member New York based group made up of musicians from the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Africa, as well as the United States and the Central American country of Belize, where Mesha hails from. Mon 8/31 Brother Josephus & The Love Revival Orchestra 9:00 pm $15

September SHINNECOCK RESERVATION Montauk Highway and West Gate Road, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.2462 Fri 9/4 – Mon 9/7 63rd Annual Shinnecock Pow-wow 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm Friday; 10:00 am – 11:00 pm Sat through Mon $12 adults/$10 kids, seniors Gathering of Native Americans - Contest Powwow and Celebration. Music & Dance Performances, Sunset Fire Lighting, Dance Specials: Men’s Fancy, Men’s Traditional, Smoke Dance. Native Arts, Crafts, Demonstrations, Native Foods. Entertainment: Shinnecock’s Thunder Bird Sisters, The Narragansett Singers, Corn-bred, Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, Aztec Dancers, Der ek Whirlwind, Flutist, Litefoot. For further information call Shinnecock Tribal Office: 631.283.6143. HAYGROUND SCHOOL 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.7068 Sat 9/26 4th Annual Slow Food East End/NYC Pigroast 6:30 pm $115/$95 Slow Food Members Karen Rivara's Raw Bar featuring Peconic Pearl and Mystic Oysters and Local Clams. Harry Ludlow's Fairview Farm Heritage Breed pigs roasted low and slow by Foody's "pig master," Chef Bryan Futerman, with bbq fixins, sides, and dessert. And, of course, Kareem Massoud will pour the great wines of Paumanok Vineyards. Live Music/Raffle. Tickets available ONLY at www.brownpapertickets.com. Search for PIGHAMPTON. Proceeds will benefit the programs of Slow Food East End and New York City. GUILD HALL Moran and Spiga Galleries and Boots Lamb Education Center 158 Main Street, East Hampton 324-0806 GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Wed 9/2 KidFEST: LIVE! ScribbleMonster: A Family Rock Concert 5:00 pm $16/$12 Kidfest is a celebration of family programming offered by Guild Hall throughout the year. The mission is to present affordable, relevant and quality arts and cultural programming to a diverse audience of young children and their parents by providing live theater, music, puppetry, spoken word, film, dance, readings, art and educational events that engage, enlighten and educate throughout the year. The wide variety of performances and art projects provide many different art forms, perspectives, and themes that are educational as well as entertaining. Sponsored in part by Capital One Bank and by Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld. Thurs 9/3 GUEST RENTER: Atlantic City Ballet 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm Atlantic City Ballet. For more information please visit http://www.acbt.org/index.html. Thurs 9/3 A Midsummer Night’s Dream 7:30 pm From $15 - $50 The Atlantic City Ballet will perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Guild Hall's John Drew Theater on Sept. 3, at 7:30 p.m. This enchanting tale is charming and entertaining for the whole family. A pre-show wine tasting reception and master dance class is being offered by purchasing a specially priced ticket. Tickets range from $15-$50. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.acballet.org or call 609-804-1995 or 800-838-3006. Fri 9/4 William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe 8:00 pm $20/$18 members Presented by Guild Hall in association with Hamptons International Film Festival Filmmakers. Emily and Sarah Kunstler explore the life of their father, the late radical civil rights lawyer. Kunstler represented some of the most unpopular members of society: people accused of rape, terrorism, organized crime and cop killing. Who was William Kunstler? Film programming is sponsored in part by the A.R. Landsman Foundation, BookHampton, Hamptons International Film Festival and Jeremy Weisen. Hosted by Alec Baldwin. Sat 9/5 Emmett, Down in My Heart by Clare Coss starring Kathleen Chalfant and Danny Glover 8:00 pm $42 / $40 members Clare Coss's profoundly moving play is vital for our time. The interwoven stories of Emmett Till, his mother Mrs. Till-Mobley, and white school teacher Roanne Taylor create a rich, dramatic work that touches the heart and provokes thought and action. A local gospel choir introduces the evening. $100 VIP tickets to benefit the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center, includes Garden Reception with cast. Mr. Glover’s performance is schedule permitting. Sun 9/6 Resurrection Blues by Arthur Miller: A Staged Reading 8:00 pm Directed by Robert Kalfin. Presented by Guild Hall in association with Playwrights’ Theatre of East Hampton. Arthur Miller's penultimate play, Resurrection Blues, is a darkly comic satirical allegory that poses the question: What would happen if Christ were to appear in the

world today? In an unidentified Latin American country, General Felix Barriaux has captured an elusive revolutionary leader rumored to have performed miracles. The General plans to crucify the mysterious man, and the exclusive television rights to the twenty-four-hour reality-TV event have been sold to an American network for $25 million. Fri 9/11 HopeStock – An Evening of Music to Bailout Your Soul 8:00 pm $30 Hope arrives in the Hamptons on September 11 with "HopeStock: Music to Bailout Your Soul" at the John Drew Theater (Guild Hall) in East Hampton. Presented by Nona Hendryx and Spirit Sings, HopeStock is an ongoing concert series that features an impressive array of both emerging and established artists who come together to inspire audiences with the power of music. In these times of economic uncertainty, music continues to be an inspiring antidote, offering a reservoir of hope, and nurturing the human spirit. Sat 9/12 Crossroads Music Showcase: Klyph Black and Rumor Has It with Special Guests The Complete Unknowns 8:00 pm Rumor Has It is a Super charged Rockin’ Roots Blues Band featuring Klyph Black on Guitar, Al Buonanno on Bass, Tom Circosta on Guitar (Zen Tricksters), Dave Diamond on Drums (Zen Tricksters) The Ledgendary Arno Hecht on Sax and John Sparrow on Guitar. Rumor Has It has shared the stage with Hot Tuna, Johnny Winter, Elvin Bishop, Pat Benatar, JJ Cale, Lonnie Brooks, The Subdudes Look them up www.myspace.com/klyphblackandrumorhasit. Tues 9/15 The Naked Stage: “The Lake in August” by Joe Pintauro 7:30 pm Free The Naked Stage presents a staged reading of “The Lake in August” by Joe Pintauro. Lead Artist: Joshua Perl. Featuring Morgan Duke, Diana Marbury, Robert Anthony, and Joshua Perl. Fri 9/18 – Sun 9/20 Chabad Lubavitch of the Hamptons Rosh Hashana Services Fri 7:00 pm / Sat 9:30 am & 7:00 pm / Sun 9:30 am & 7:00 pm For more information, please visit www.chabadofeastend.com. Sun 9/27 – Mon 9/28 Chabad Lubavitch of the Hamptons Yom Kippur Services Sun 6:30 pm / Mon 10:00 am, 11:30 am & 5:45 pm For more information, please visit www.chabadofeastend.com. Tues 9/29 The Naked Stage: “What the Butler Saw” by Joe Orton 7:30 pm Free The Naked Stage presents a staged reading of “What the Butler Saw” by Joe Orton. Lead Artist:Josh Gladstone. MOVIES AT GUILD HALL 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.0806 Guild Hall is also pleased to announce the return of (Re)Discovering World Cinema: Gems from the Janus Collection. Wonderful classic films to be seen on the beautiful new screen in the John Drew Theater. This is on Tuesdays starting July 14 and runs through Sept 1. There is a complimentary wine reception prior to the films. 7:30pm Pre Show Wine Reception / 8pm Film Series $70 members / $84 nonmembers. Individual films $10 member / $12 non-members. Tues 9/1 Au Revoir les Enfants, France, Malle, ‘87 Au revoir les enfants tells a heartbreaking story of friendship and devastating loss between two boys living in Nazi-occupied France. Introduction to the screening by Candice Bergen. Pre-show wine reception at 7:30 pm. THE BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.9500 Our Town Series Thursdays at 4:00 pm Join Bay Street for some fun afternoons as Artistic Director Murphy Davis chats with some of the many interesting folks who live and work in our area. From screenwriters to architects, from book authors to producers--you'll be amazed at who we call neighbors! Subscription: $135 for all 9 chats! (25% savings over single ticket prices!) Single Tickets: $20 per chat. Call or stop by the Box Office today to purchase your tickets! 725-9500. Thurs 9/3 Jeffrey Lyons, Film and Broadway Critic Long known as a TV, film and Broadway Critic, Lyons joins us to discuss stories from his exciting career! Lyons hosted the "Lyon's Den" on American AM radio from 1975 to 1993 and shortly thereafter became the film critic for WNBC. He currently hosts radio and television shows and has appeared as himself in several films. On top of that, Lyons is also the author of four books about movies! Music Live! And Bar What better way to spend a Saturday evening than in the company of great friends, in a great atmosphere with great music! On Saturday nights at 10 pm, following the theatre, Bay Street will open the Lobby to musical performers from the East End to NYC. These evenings promise to be a wonderful mixture of talent with as many varied musical styles as there are performers. The performance is free to the public and a cash bar will be available. Reservations for tables are requested and can be made by calling the Box Office at 631-725-9500. Sat 9/5 Mariann Megna/Folk-Rock

Harborfest Weekend 9/11 – 9/13 Fri 9/11 “The Guys” 8:00 pm $15 A staged reading of a play by Anne Nelson. Directed by Gerard Priori. Starring Myla Pitt and William J. McKay. First performed in a hit off-off Broadway production and now a film starring Sigourney Weaver and Anthony LaPaglia, this moving tribute to the Firefighters of 9/11 will benefit our local fire departments. Sat 9/12 Local Band Night featuring Project Vibe 8:00 pm $15 or 2 for $25 Bring your friends to our Local Band Night to enjoy the Reggae sounds of Project Vibe. Dance the night away! Sun 9/13 They’re Playing Our Songs 7:00 pm $50/$75/$150 (reception with the stars) With Marvin Hamlisch, Robert Klein and Lucie Arnaz. These three award-winning stars will come together for a special benefit, each performing their unique brand of song and comedy, followed by songs from the Tony nominated show "They're Playing Our Song". Proceeds from this evening will benefit Bay Street Theatre and Fran Liebergall, part of the original production of "They're Playing Our Song" who is living with multiple sclerosis. THE PICTURE SHOW @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.9500 Join us for The Picture Show@Bay Street Theatre - our classic film series that gives you the opportunity to see films as they were meant to be seen - - on the big screen! All movies start at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 each - unless otherwise noted - and can be purchased one hour prior to the movie. Dinner and a Movie? Stop by The American Hotel before the movie and enjoy a wonderful prix-fixe dinner for just $24.95. Your dinner price includes the movie and a small bucket of popcorn. Reservations are necessary and can be made by calling The American Hotel at 725-3535. Lionel Barrymore Weekend Fri 9/18 You Can’t Take It With You 8:00 pm Sat 9/19 Grand Hotel 8:00 pm KIDSTREET @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Dedicated to providing young people with intelligent, adventurous entertainment that nurtures the capacity for wonder, "KidStreet" features performances and presentations from the industry's most talented professional artists for young audiences. Learning powered, stimulating and FUN for the whole family!!! The Saturday Morning Picture Show – 11:00 am $7 Sat 9/5 “The Muppets Take Manhattan” Sat 9/19 "Monster House" Sat 9/26 “Rugrats In Paris” COMEDY @ BAY STREET THEATRE Bay Street at Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 725-9500 Mon 9/7 Janeane Garofalo/Al Madrigal 8:00 pm $60 Join Bay Street Theatre as we welcome Janeane Garofalo and Al Madrigal to the stage to close out our 2009 Comedy Club Series. Actress and comedian Janeane Garofalo has been an American institution since she burst on the scene in 1992. Best known for her roles in such films as "The Truth About Cats and Dogs" and "Reality Bites", Janeane can most recently be found on Fox's 24 as Janice. Jury Award Winner for Best Stand-Up Comedian at the 2004 HBO Aspen Comedy Festival, Al Madrigal is a comic to watch. Called "Dynamic" by The New York Times, Madrigal can be seen on "Chelsea Lately" and CBS' "Gary Unmarried". THE PARRISH ART MUSEUM 25 Job’s Lane, Southampton 283-2118 Docent Tours Wednesdays and Saturdays 2:00 pm Docent-led tours are offered for every exhibition and are free with Museum admission. Group Tours are now available by appointment. Please call 631-283-2118, ext. 40 for more information. EAST END ARTS COUNCIL 133 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 631.727.0900 Art Sampler Classes Experiment and learn about a new medium without breaking the bank buying supplies. Bring a friend for a fun learning experience! Open to adults and teens. Some spaces still left, call today to reserve your spot, (613) 369-2171. Cost per sampler class: $24 member/$30 nonmember. All sampler classes will include the opportunity to experience the medium. Materials will be provided for use in class, but if you

have your own you're welcome to bring them. Adults and teens, all levels are welcome. Mon 9/14 Drawing with H. Alan Feit 4:30 pm An introduction to the oldest and most personal of art skills focusing on ink wash drawing. Wed 9/16 Oils with Laura Stroh 4:00 pm An introduction to the timeless, classical medium of oil painting and an opportunity to paint an artist trading card. Thurs 9/17 Pastels with Liz Cary Macchio 6:00 pm A general introduction to the medium and a chance to try your hand at drawing in brilliant color. Mon 9/21 Watercolor with Elizabeth Greaf 10:00 am An introduction to the wonderful world of watercolor painting. Included will be explanations of materials needed to get started. BRIDGEHAMPTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.7596 Sat 9/26 Art and Craft show 10:00 am Free South Fork Craftsmen's Guild will be presenting their annual September Art and Craft show on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will feature the work of local members and selected guests. Members of the Guild who will be present to display, discuss and sell their work include the painter Kristin Taliercio of Water Mill, awardwinning photographer John Todaro of East Hampton, David Posnett well-known jewelry designer (Maidstone Jewelry) of East Hampton, Deborah Anderson who is the creator of Pressed Petals from Sag Harbor and Annie Sessler who is the creator of East End Fish Prints from Montauk. CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF SAG HARBOR 4 East Union Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11693 631.725.0128 Sun 9/13 Edna’s Kin Concert 2:00 pm $25 A "Sunday Series" Concert to benefit the C.E.C. Pipe Organ Restoration Fund. Featuring popular Americana family band, Edna's Kin Dr. Warren Koontz on gitbox, "Dr. Dan" Koontz on guitar, Andy Koontz on violin and bass and - the newest generation - Bo on drums. Plus Don Schmitz on harmonic!Everybody sings. Tickets are $25 (students $15 in advance) available from Canio's Books, 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor and at the door. SOUTHAMPTON CULTURAL CENTER Levitas Arts Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.287.4377 Each summer, SCC sponsors an extremely popular series of summer concerts in Agawam Park and Coopers Beach. The concerts start at 6:30 pm. 2009 Summer Concert Schedule: Wed 9/2 Agawam Park: Vivian & Merrymakers (Calypso) Thurs 9/10 Long Island Opera – An Evening of Opera Classics 6:00 pm $18/$10 students Founded in 1958 by New York City Opera tenor Nino Luciano, Long Island Company is the island’s oldest opera company in existence. Over the decades it had great success with dozens of full productions until in 2002 it went into a hiatus due to the absence of an artistic director. In May 2009 Joy Berta committed to heading and reviving Long Island Opera. This concert is the launch of many seasons of full length productions to be showcased on Long Island. The evening will feature opera classics from La Traviata, Rigoletto, Carmen and more performed by Joy Berta, soprano, Jennifer Barsamian, mezzo-soprano, Mark Schreiner, tenor, and Ron Loyd, baritone under the musical direction of John Di Costanzo. Sat 9/12 Kate Boyd, Pianist 4:00 pm $15/students Free Kate Boyd has performed as a soloist on many concert series and as a guest artist with established chamber music ensembles throughout the US, Canada and Europe. An avid chamber musician, her collaborations have led her to work with musicians across the US and in Europe, where she was active as a concert artist and teacher for seven years. Ms. Boyd will perform Bach’s Italian Concerto, Beethoven’s Sonata in D Major, Op. 28 and Chopin’s Sonata No. 3 in B Minor Op. 58. September Art Exhibits Through Sat 9/5 Southampton Artist Association Labor Day Show An art exhibit by the members of the Southampton Artist Association. Fri 9/11 – Thurs 9/24 Daniel Gosnell 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Mr. Gosnell, of Remsenburg, will be showing his watercolor paintings inspired by his travels around China, as well as local East End scenes. Mr. Gosnell’s paintings of China are executed in a traditional watercolor style mixing both Chinese and Western styles of painting.

His watercolor paintings of Long Island’s East End display Mr. Gosnell’s interest in architectural scenes. Mr. Gosnell will be holding gallery hours at the Levitas Center for the Arts from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday. A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday, September 12 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. For more information call (631) 566-8453. Fri 9/25 – Sun 10/11 Marylin Stevenson EAST HAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 324-0362 SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 283-0402 SAG HARBOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sag Harbor, NY 631.725.0011 Fri 9/11 – Sun 9/13 Sag Harborfest Free Sponsored by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, this event celebrates Sag Harbor’s whaling history. Sag Harborfest will feature food, concerts, historic walking tours, farmers markets, clam shucking contests, traditional music, a gala parade, children’s fair and whaleboat races. For more information, please call. MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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MONTAUK YACHT CLUB 32 Star Island Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.692.8668 Sat 9/26 Cirque Sublime 7:30 pm $75 (includes dinner, dancing and show) Join us for Cirque Sublime, a magical evening which will amaze, entertain and scintillate under the big top. The evening features special performances by stars of stage and screen. Afterwards, dance and party all night long with our DJ and stars. Reservations: 1.888.MYC.8668. EAST HAMPTON ROTARY CLUB East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.1755 Sat 9/5 – Sun 9/6 Rotary Antique Show and Sale 9:00 am $5/children under 12 Free East Hampton Rotary Club’s Antiques & Collectibles Show will take place Labor Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 5 and Sept. 6, on the Amagansett Historical Association’s Miss Amelia’s Cottage grounds on Main Street at Windmill Lane, Amagansett. The show hours will be Saturday, Sept. 5, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and children under 12 years are given free admission. Each year the East Hampton Rotary Club sponsors this event both Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends and funds raised are used to help support local charities and groups operating worthy projects in the community. For further information, contact co-chairs Gary DeAmario at 631-324-6353 or Mary Siska at 631-324-1755. EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 101 Main Street East Hampton 324-6850 SOUTHAMPTON HISTORICAL MUSEUMS AND RESEARCH CENTER Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.2494 The Southampton Historical Museum is open year round and housed in the 1843 Rogers Mansion with permanent exhibits of 19th century period rooms, antique toys, old photographs, and 10 historic structures including two barns, a paint shop, one-room school house, carpenters shop. The Research Center has over 10,000 archival materials and reference books on the history of Southampton. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $4 adults, free for members and children 17 and under. Sat 9/5 Late Summer Cocktail Party 5:30 pm $35 in advance/$50 at the door Hors d’oeuvres and drinks to celebrate the end of the summer season, to make plans with friends in the fall, and to support the Museum’s education programs. Sun 9/13 Southampton Antiques Fair 9:00 am Free Antiques, collectibles, vintage, eclectibles and dolls will be sold on the lawn of the White House, 159 Main Street, in the village, during fair weather days. Venders pay $35 each. For more information, call 631.283.2494. Wed 9/16 Summer Canning Club 9:00 am $40 members/$50 nonmembers Under the supervision of Mary Spellman. Bring an apron. Includes produce and supplies. Thurs 9/17 St. Andrews Dune Church 11:00 am Free Enjoy a tour of St. Andrews Dune Church with Reverend Peter Larsen.

Thurs 9/17 Jewelry Rendering with Eric Messin 6:00 pm $200 A supply list will be provided. The Southampton Historical Museum will hold a jewelry rendering class with jeweler Eric Messin. Students will learn to draw and paint precious metals and gem stones from opaque and semi precious colored stones to diamonds. Students can then use these skills to design their first piece of jewelry. Classes will meet on Thursdays, Sept. 17 through Oct. 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane. Students will need to purchase a list of supplies for the class. Sat 9/19 David Bunn Martine: An Artist’s Studio Art Exhibit Opening 4:00 pm Free Mr. Martine has been painting all of his adult life and has captured the variety of cultures in Southampton like no other artist. A collection of paintings, drawings and a portion of his studio will be on exhibit to show what inspires his work, how he makes art and some of his art production. Mr. Martine will himself be a part of this exhibit. Visitors will be able to watch the artist working at his easel for a few hours each week. Through 10/31, 2009. Tues 9/22 Morning Coffee Talk with David Bunn Martine 10:30 am Free David Martine is a master of oil painting and member of the Fort Sill-Chiricahua Apache Tribe of Apache, Oklahoma and the Shinnecock/Montauk Tribal Nation of Long Island. He is also Hungarian. Mr. Martine will talk about his life as an artist and how he finds inspiration to create artwork. An installation of his paintings and a portion of his studio titled "David Bunn Martin: An Artist's Studio" will be on exhibit at the Rogers Mansion through October 31. Please join us for coffee and scones and a 1/2 hour tour of the exhibit. Thurs 9/24 Calendar Girls Opening Reception 5:00 pm Free The Southampton Historical Museum has published a “revealing” calendar for 2010. A group of the Museum’s trustees and volunteers decided to aid the Museum’s capital campaign, created to save the 1680 Halsey House and 1738 Sayre Barn, by taking off their clothes (well, sort of). This PG-rated calendar will have monthly pin-ups, scantily clad and posing in period rooms of the Rogers Mansion and at Conscience Point. The public is invited to meet the “calendar girls,” buy a calendar and have them personally autographed. To be held at the Mark Humphrey Gallery, 95 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968. Sat 9/26 Harvest Day 10:00 am Free Costumed tradesmen and craftsmen will demonstrate woodcarving, broom making, blacksmithing, weaving and many more traditional skills. Civil War reenactors will make camp, practice rifle shooting, and parade. A home-made apple pie baking contest will take place at 12:00 noon. Pies must be received by 11:00 a.m. at the Rogers Mansion. A rain date has been set for Sunday, September 27. Anyone interested in entering should call Lynn Egan at 283-2494. Sun 9/27 Southampton Antiques Fair 9:00 am Free 159 Main Street, corner of Jagger Lane. Antiques, collectibles, vintage, dolls. Vendors pay $35 each. SAG HARBOR WHALING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM 200 Main St. Sag Harbor 725-0770 Fri 9/11 14th Annual Lobsterbake 6:30 pm Sat 9/12 Don Sinetti Concert at Old Whaler’s Church BRIDGEHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.1088 Sat 9/5 The Art of Reynold Ruffins Closing 10:00 am $5 Last day to view "The Art of Reynold Ruffins," Bridgehampton Historical Society's popular exhibition of paintings and drawings by this illustration and design legend. Summer museum hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission $5, groups welcome. Most of the works on exhibit are available for purchase to benefit the society. Housed in the Corwith Homestead, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton. Fri 9/11 – Fri 11/20 Exhibition: “Life Along the Turnpike: Bridgehampton Today” A Photographic Essay by Kathryn Szoka Mon-Fri 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Sun 9/20 Hayground Cemetery Tour 2:00 pm Free Revisit Hayground’s rich history with guide and Hayground history scholar Dr. James Kirkpatrick Flack. Park on Windmill Lane, meet in the cemetery. Canceled if heavy rains. No pets. The Hayground cemetery is located at 2 Windmill Lane, Bridgehampton, NY 11932. THE JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 44 Woods Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.9858 Sat 9/5 American String Quartet 8:00 pm Free One of the foremost string ensembles on the international stage today, the American String Quartet is renowned for its precise ensemble mastery, captivating performances, elegant stage presence, fresh interpretations and musical depth. All are welcome. The Quartet is

celebrated not only for its passionate command of the traditional ensemble repertoire, but for contemporary works as well. Acclaimed for their skill at evoking the textures, colors and moods of the music, the ensemble is held in high esteem by colleagues, and is frequently sought-after for collaborations with many of today’s top artists. The program will feature Louis Gruenberg, Four Diversions; Shostakovich, String Quartet No. 8 in C Minor, Opus 110; and, Mendelssohn, String Quartet No. 3 in D Major, Op. 44, No.1. Sun 9/6 Mort Zuckerman Speaks about President Obama’s Policy 4:00 pm Free On Sept. 6, at 4 p.m., Mort Zuckerman, media mogul and foreign policy expert, will return for a lively discussion about President Obama's foreign policy. A reception will follow sponsored by Bridgehampton National Bank. All are welcome and the talk is free of charge. WATER MILL MUSEUM 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill 726-462 LONGHOUSE RESERVE 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.3568 A not for profit museum, arboretum, and sculpture garden encompassing 16 acres and featuring more than 60 scupltures, including works of glass by Dale Chihuly, ceramics by Toshiko Takaezu, and bronzes by Miquel Barcelo, Peter Voulkos, Lynda Benglis, and Willem de Kooning. MADOO CONSERVANCY 618 Sagg Main Street Sagaponack 537 8200 POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE 830 Fireplace Road, East Hampton. 324-4929 The artists’ house and studio are open to the public on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from May – October. The house is handicapped accessible. A video tour of the studio is available to those using wheelchairs, walkers and other mobility devices that do not have access to the studio. May, September and October: One-hour guided tours Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays on the hour, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., by appointment only. $10 prepaid. Members, children under 12, and SUNY/ CUNY students, faculty and staff are admitted free, but reservations are required. Call 631-324-4929. June, July and August: One guided tour Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at noon, by appointment only. $10 prepaid. Members, children under 12, and SUNY/ CUNY students, faculty and staff are admitted free, but reservations are required. Call 631-324-4929. General admission 1 – 5 p.m., no appointment required. $5 at the door. Members, children under 12, and SUNY/ CUNY students, faculty and staff are admitted free. Free audio tour on a first-come, first served basis (security deposit required). Artists on Film at Pollock-Krasner House: Fridays at 7 p.m. Tickets $5 /members free. This year's series, hosted by film historian and art critic Marion Wolberg Weiss, explores how East End artists use video to explore themes that range from the personal to the political, from the autobiographical to the universal. They will introduce their work, and for those who are new to electronic media will discuss how visual artists can employ video in innovative ways. Fri 9/4 Linda Stein, Running (2008) 2 min., Body-Swapping (2007) 5 min., and Jane Martin, Reveal (2008) 5 min. Using Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho and North By Northwest as raw material, sculptor Linda Stein has fashioned a personal nightmare from her desire to escape. Her compulsion to run is also motivated by the World Trade Center disaster. In Body-Swapping, various people put on an artificial torso with sudden and surprising results. Painter Jane Martin's Reveal is provocative as well. Her startling images explore the interior psyche and the exterior natural landscape with lyricism and panache. Fri 9/11 Maria Maciak, Here is No Insects (2008) 10 min., 7 Weeks to Pentacost (2005) 20 min., Deported for Damascus (2009) 6 min. Maria Maciak, a painter, uses many different forms to communicate the human condition, from an experimental dance performance to an installation featuring images of architectural shapes, to a documentary on Iraqi refugees living in Syria. Fri 9/18 Michael Cardacino, To Deny What Is And To Explain What Is Not (2008) 3 min., Paris Hilton's Burning Thoughts (2008) 3 min., The Candidates March (2008) 3 min. Michael Cardacino has transplanted his photographic montages to video portraits of celebrities (like President Obama, Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky), all taken from the TV or computer monitor. As a result, the images become "the movement of thought itself." Fri 9/25 Philippe Cheng, On the Cusp (2008) 15 min. This documentary, directed by printmaker Philippe Cheng and co-produced by Kathy Engle, Toni Ross and Bastienne Schmidt, is an homage to President Obama and to the diverse women who supported him. But it's also about those who continue to dream their own "impossible dreams," regardless of race.

THE CRAZY MONKEY GALLERY 136 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 631.267.3627 Thurs 9/3 – Sun 9/27 Artist Cooperative: Joyce Silver, June Kaplan, Wilhelmina Howe Thurs – Sun 11:00 am – 5:00 pm SPANIERMAN GALLERY AT EAST HAMPTON 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.329.9530 Thurs 9/10 – Mon 10/5 Four Visions Featuring artists Josh Dayton, John Little, Robert Richenburg, and Hans van de Bovenkamp. SURFACE LIBRARY 845 Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.291.9061 Sat 9/3 – Sun 9/20 Dialogue 1 – Sydney Butchkes + Mark Perry The first of SURFACE LIBRARY Gallery's Dialogue series, Dialogue 1 opens the unique conversation within artistic pairings: The linear color schemes of artist Sydney Butchkes and the gestural evocative landscapes of painter Mark Perry - the juxtaposition of which guarantees to offer an interesting commentary. In celebration, SURFACE LIBRARY will host an opening reception Saturday, September 5th 6 - 8pm. BREAKWATER YACHT CLUB 51 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.4604 Sat 9/12 LVIS of Sag Harbor Cocktail Party 6:00 pm $50 Light Hors's D'oeuvres - Wine and Beer, $50 per Ticket. Limited Tickets to be sold. Silent Auction to benefit our many Beautification Projects, (Cash & Checks only). Tickets availabe at BD Corwin Agency, 16 Spring Street, Sag Harbor or The Sag Harbor Variety Store, 45 Main Street, Sag Harbor, or send check payable to LVIS of Sag Harbor to P.O. Box 2222, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. ASHAWAGH HALL 780S Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton 329-4227 ROGERS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton 283-0774 Mon 9/21 Film Screening: “La Historia Oficial” 3:00 pm Free (reservations requested) Directed by Luis Puenzo, the movie is about a couple whose adopted daughter might have been a victim of the disappearances that occurred in Argentina during the 1970s. Thurs 9/24 Lee Woodruff, “Perfectly Imperfect: A Life In Progress” 12:30 pm Free Lee Woodruff will be the guest at a brown bag lunch event. She will discuss her latest book, which is about everything from motherhood to aging. Her previous book, “In an Instant,” told of the injury her husband, Bob Woodruff, experienced in Iraq, and the effects of that injury on their family. The library will serve coffee and dessert. Reservations are required. CANIO’S BOOKS 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 631.725.4962 Sat 9/5 Novelist Megan McAndrews 6:00 pm Free Novelist Megan McAndrews reads from Dreaming in French. EAST END GALLERY 53 The Circle, East Hampton 631 324-8680 Books, Gallery & Music BOOKHAMPTON 20 Main St East Hampton, 91 Main Street Southampton, 20 Main Street, Sag Harbor THE JOHN JERMAIN LIBRARY 201 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-0049 AMAGANSETT FREE LIBRARY 215 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11980 631.267.3810 Sat 9/26 Literary Marriages 1:00 pm Free Literary partnerships from Elizabeth Barret and Robert Browning, Percy Bysse Shelley and Mary Shelley to Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes, Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne. Issues will include collaboration, infidelity, rivalry, space, finances and legacy. Presented by Carole Stone, PhD, English Prof. Emerita, Montclair State University, author of Traveling with the Dead and other poetry collections. MONTAUK LIBRARY 871 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.3377

LOAVES & FISHES COOK SHOP 2422 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 537-6066 COOKING WORKSHOPS Our exclusive hands-on workshops are limited to 12 students, unless otherwise noted, and participants must be 16 years of age or older unless otherwise noted. Closed-toe shoes are required for safety. WILLIAMS SONOMA Bridgehampton Commons, Bridgehampton, NY 537-3040 TECHNIQUE CLASSES – Call for times and reservations Free We've scheduled a series of technique classes at your local Williams-Sonoma. You'll find them informative, inspiring and motivating – and also fun. Each technique class offers how-to demonstrations, innovative recipes and delicious samplings of the completed dishes. Space is limited, so please call or visit your local Williams-Sonoma store to sign up. COOKING CLASSES AT WILLIAMS SONOMA CITTANUOVA 29 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 631.324.6300 The First 3 Thursdays of every month - Cittateca 4:00 pm – 5:45 pm $15 Wine tastings led by CittaNuova’s certified Italian wine sommelier, featuring a different region each month and a different wine from that region each week. Every Wednesday Night – Buonasera Bistecca $21 Buonasera Bistecca, or Steak Night as it’s commonly called, offers Cittanuova’s savory tagliata style steak for just $21 every Wednesday night. Please always call to reconfirm. SOLE EAST 90 Second House Road, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.2105 Sat 9/5 Outdoor Rockin’ Yoga 1:00 pm $20 Enjoy yoga outside on our yoga deck at 1 p.m. every Saturday with Lauren Imparato, founder of the very popular, I.AM.YOU yoga of NYC, $20. She was even recently covered on Bloomberg last week. “Daycation” options are also available for $100. Sat 9/5 Toms’ Style Your Sole Event and BBQ 5:00 pm Free (BBQ $9.99) Blake Mycoskie, social entrepreneur and founder of Toms Shoes will host the “Style Your Sole” event at Solé East in Montauk. Toms standing policy is to donate one pair of shoes for every shoe purchased. It expects to donate over 300,000 in 2009. Local artists will be onsite creating customized shoes for purchase. BBQ from the Backyard and featuring local wines, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Event is Free. BBQ is starting at $9.99. Sat 9/5 The Girls of Summer 10:00 pm Free Sugar Shack Burlesque is pleased to announce “the Girls of Summer” a lusty romp through the hottest months of the year at the lovely Sole East in Montauk. Each month features show stopping antics and heart stopping striptease from some of the brightest burlesque dancers in the vibrant NYC burlesque menagerie. Join us on Aug. 22 when Albert Cadabra from "Ripley's Believe it or Not" hosts what is sure to be a highlight of the summer. Featuring Gal Friday, the current Miss Coney Island, Peekaboo Pointe, from the World Famous Pontani Sisters and Sugar Shack ringleaders: Legs Malone and RunAround Sue. Outside under the stars, starting roughly around sundown. Bring your friends, your lovers, and everyone in between. Sponsored by 44Degrees North Vodka with a raffle at each show for the Surf Riders Association. Sun 9/6 Poolside Live Jazz Brunch 11:00 am $28 Enjoy Sole East's Backyard Restaurant's poolside jazz brunch. Executive Chef Larry Kolar’s acclaimed market driven cuisine is accompanied by fresh baked goods and unlimited bloody marys, belinis and mimosas. This week music is by Sophia Bastian. She has been praised as being “one of the most promising young talents out there - with a lush voice." FISHBAR ON THE LAKE 467 East Lake Drive, Montauk, NY 11954 631.668.6600 Wed 9/9 Wolffer Estate Wine Dinner 7:00 pm $70/person The four course menu will feature fish from local Montauk boats and produce from Amber Waves Farm, Balsam Farm and Fairview farm as well as a Mecox Dairy cheese course. The price is $70 per person. Space is limited to 30 people and the reservation books are open! Anyone looking to make a reservation can call Fishbar at 631.668.6600. ROWDY HALL 10 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 631.324.8555 Thurs 9/24 Rowdy Celebrates Oktoberfest Kickoff Party 4:00 pm Live Oompah Band, German food and beer specials. Traditional German Dish & Brew “Fester Preis” (price fixe). Call for additional

information. COPA WINE AND TAPAS 95 School Street, Bridgehampton, NY 631.613.6469 Tues 9/22 Wine Dinner 6:00 pm $95 (reservations required) Wines from the Saintsbury Vineyard in California’s Napa Valley will be the highlight. The five courses to be paired with the wine will include marinated calamari, pork filet with roasted tomato, spinach salad with arugula, toasted hazelnuts, blue cheese, and raspberry vinaigrette, filet mignon, and caramelized apple bread pudding. INDIAN WELLS TAVERN 177 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 631.267.0400 Sat/Sun/Mon Football at the Bar Besides $3 domestic beers and $4 pints, there will be a bar menu of $5 items during the day, as well as free bar snacks served at night. EDIBLE EAT*DRINK*LOCAL WEEK Edible Manhattan c/o The French Culinary Institute, 434 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 631.537.4637 Sun 9/27 – Sun 10/4 Edible Eat*Drink*Local Week Various East End Restaurants Just in time for harvest season, Greenmarket and Edible magazines present the first annual Edible Eat • Drink • Local Week to celebrate the farmers, artisans and chefs who fill our bellies, green our region and enrich our lives. All week long, partner restaurants in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and on the East End will showcase the mouthwatering bounty of local food and drink--as a prix fixe, a special entrée, a dessert, or a pairing with a wine, beer, or spirit made in New York State. At the end of the week, they will make voluntary contributions to Greenmarket, a program of the Council on the Environment of New York City, to benefit its Youth Education Project, which works to teach and nurture the eaters of tomorrow. You can help by dining out and digging in at one of these great eateries. Selected hotels, wine and beer bars, wine and spirits shops, and other partners are also offering promotions for the week. Participating East End restaurants include Rowdy Hall, Almond, Red Bar Brasserie, Oso, Foody’s, Town Line BBQ, Nick & Toni’s, Estia, Beacon, and more. For further information, visit http://www.ediblecommunities.com/manhattan/drink-local-week/drink-local-week.htm. BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL 2685 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 631.537.0271 Mon 9/7 Slow Food East End “Time for Lunch” 12:00 pm Free If you care about the quality of the food children eat in schools across this country, this is an event you won't want to miss. Your attendance will send a powerful message to Congress! Please save the date and plan to attend, bringing a dish made from local ingredients. (Contact: Emily Herrick emhk@optonline.net) MONTAUK POINT LIGHTHOUSE Montauk, NY 11954 631.324.8144 SOUTH FORK NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 631.537.9735 Nature walks & workshops. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, please call: Natureline (631)537-9735. Walks are free to SOFO members. Non-members $5 Sun 9/6 Mist Netting to Study and Band Birds (East Hampton) 7:00 am – 10:00 am Master Bird Bander: Shaibal Mitra. During this three-hour workshop, Shai Mitra, Assistant Professor of Biology at the College of Staten Island and master licensed bird bander, will demonstrate how ornithologists set up and use mist nets, a special kind of delicate net resembling an oversized volleyball net ― virtually invisible to birds― to capture wild birds for study and banding. In the United States federal and state permits are required to capture wild birds with mist nets so this is a rare opportunity to see mist netting in action. Limited enrollment, reserve now! Sun 9/6 Bridgehampton Got Bugs? (Bridgehampton) 10:00 am Walk Leader: Chris Roberts. Everyone seems to be fascinated with insects, especially kids, and rightly so. Bug-watcher Chris Roberts will take a group outside to hunt for insects on the grounds of the SoFo museum. We’ll look at our local insects: caterpillars, butterflies, beetles, ants, and bees to name a few― and we’ll also find out for whom insects are a delicious meal. This walk is for children ages 5 and up and for adults. Sat 9/12 Fall Bird Migration at Montauk (Montauk) 7:45 am Walk Leader: Hugh McGuinness. Montauk is one of Long Island’s best known migration “traps," areas where migrating birds congregate.

When cold fronts are driven through by strong northwest winds the migrants, flying at night, drift over the ocean. At dawn with their energy reserves running low they seek the nearest land, and fly north to Long Island's south shore beaches. Join expert birder Hugh to observe the land and shorebirds that migrate through this Atlantic Flyway “migration trap.” Sun 9/20 Passerine Fall Migration (Sag Harbor) 9:00 am Walk leader: Joe Giunta. The first cold weather Canadian fronts come through our area at this time of year bringing with them waves of migrating passerines (perching birds). Most of these birds migrate at night but during the day they alight to feed and rest. Join Joe, expert birder and delightful instructor, on this, one of his most popular walks. Sat 9/26 Seining for Tropical Fish (Shinnecock) 11:00 am Walk Leaders: Crystal Possehl and Lindsey Rohrbach, SoFo Nature Educators, Jim Ash, SoFo Executive Director. Would you believe that tropical sea creatures such as Blue Tang fish, Spot-fin Butterfly fish, Seahorses, and Pipe Fish can be found in the waters of our bays? Well, believe it! At the end of the summer the Gulf Stream eddies up into our waters bringing a myriad of tropical sea life to our shallow bays. Join us as we use our seining nets to bring in these tropical visitors to share with you. EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Amagansett 329-4227 Contact hike leaders directly for information regarding the scheduled hikes. SOUTHAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY Bridgehampton 631-537-5202 Most Thursdays S.T.P.S. has a work party. Volunteers are always welcome. Call Ken Bieger, 631-283-5432. GROUP FOR THE EAST END 2442 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-1400 ext 15 sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Unless indicated, GSF’s explorations are free of charge. For information please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-537-1400 ext. 15 or sbiasetti@groupforthesouthfork.org Sat 9/12 Meet the Author: Salt Marshes with Dr. Judith Weis (Southold) 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Dr. Judith Weis’ latest book, Salt Marshes: A Natural and Unnatural History, is hitting bookstores this summer (http://rutgerspress.rutgers.edu/acatalog/Salt_Marshes.html). Join Dr. Weis for a morning presentation and book signing at the Group For The East End office at 54895 Main Road in Southold. Dr. Weis is a Salt Marsh Ecologist and Professor of Biological Sciences at Rutgers University, as well as a long-time resident of eastern Long Island and former Board member of Group For The East End. With discussion and slides, Dr. Weis will introduce us to the salt marsh -- its plants, animals, ecology, and conservation needs. Salt Marshes: A Natural and Unnatural History will be available for purchase. For more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. Sat 9/19 Beach Clean-Up (East Marion) 9:00 am – 11:30 am Participate in International Coastal Clean-Up month by attending a very local beach clean-up in East Marion, Southold. Come down, enjoy the Long Island Sound and take part in the important task of cleaning up the beach and collecting data that will help research organizations further their cause of protecting our waters. Please bring gloves, we will supply the bags. Meet at the end of Rocky Point Road in East Marion and carpool if you can! Rain or shine! For more information, please contact Jenn Hartnagel at 631-765-6450 ext. 211 or jhartnagel@eastendenvironment.org. Sun 9/27 Wildlife Migration along the Barrier Island (Hampton Bays) 8:30 am – 11:00 am Join us for a wildlife search along Dune Road west of the Shinnecock Inlet. The trip is timed to coincide with low tide, which should enhance our chances to see diverse shorebirds and wading birds. If winds are blowing from the northwest, migrating swallows, hawks, dragonflies, and butterflies will compete for our attention. Please bring binoculars. For reservations or more information, please contact Steve Biasetti at 631-765-6450 ext. 205 or sbiasetti@eastendenvironment.org. THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Mashomack Preserve, Shelter Island 749-1001 Edged in white by 10 miles of coastline, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island is considered one of the richest habitats in the Northeast. Just 90 miles from New York City, the preserve covers a third of the island with 2,039 acres of interlacing tidal creeks, mature oak woodlands, fields, and freshwater marshes and is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Peconic." All programs require pre-registration. Call the Mashomack Preserve office at (631) 749-1001 for reservations, meeting place, and further information. Events are free to members of The Nature Conservancy, $4 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. PECONIC LAND TRUST 26 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 631.283.3195

Sat 9/5 The Great Tomato Taste-Off at Quail Hill Farms 9:00 am – 12:00 pm $10 / kids free! It's never too early to dream about QHF's vine-ripened tomatoes! This year, nearly 50! heirloom varieties are being grown, many new to the farm. Sat 9/12 Jams, Jellies, and Preserves with Jeri Woodhouse at Charnews Farms 10:00 am $10 Join Jeri Woodhouse, co-proprietor of "A Taste of the North Fork" for another wonderful workshop featuring local food! This time, Jeri will demonstrate how to create several varieties of jam, jelly and preserves from fruit found at your local farmstand. The basics of canning will be discussed and samples will be provided for tasting. Limited to 25 attendees. RSVP to Robin at 631-283-3195 ext. 10. Sun 9/13 Charnews Farms Open House 10:00 am Free Bring a picnic to the farm and enjoy family-friendly activities, tastings, demonstrations, and more! Sun 9/13 North Fork Foodie Tour 10:00 am $20 Sponsored by the North Fork Reform Synagogue, the annual Foodie Tour will launch from Charnews the day of the Open House. The "What's on Your Plate" art exhibit will be shown inside the Charnews barn featuring local and international artists who have something to say about what we eat and how. Stop by and see what's happening, then continue on to more Foodie Tour sites. Tickets in advance are $20. Please call 631-722-5712 for more information. Sat 9/19 Historic Jamesport House Tour 10:00 am $40 in advance/$45 at the door The first ever tour of historic Jamesport will include five of the houses portrayed by local artist Fred Bender in his painting, "Sunday Morning in James Port, May 1839." The 12 homes featured on the tour range from Italianate mansions of prosperous sea captains to cottages of humble tradespersons. There's even a tavern turned into a residence. The tour can be walked or cars can be parked at several locations along the route. Call 631-722-0008 or visit the Jamesport Meeting House wesbite for more information. ECCO FARM 55 Long Lane East Hampton 324-5523 SEVEN PONDS ORCHARD 65 Seven Ponds Road, Water Mill, NY 631.283.3195 Sat 9/19 Harvest Day at Seven Ponds Orchard 10:00 am $10 Back by popular demand! You are invited once again to join us at Tim and Karen Kraszewski's Seven Ponds Orchard for a morning of fun! Ride the hay wagon around the orchard and venture in to select your pick from their apple trees. Explore their 3-acre corn maze, climb and play on the wood sculptures, and pick a bouquet of sunflowers and cosmos. "You-pick" sugar snap peas and string beans will also be ready! Don't forget to visit the farmstand for more fresh vegetables and fruits, and bring your camera for pictures of the kids! Refreshments are available. $10/person includes a quarter peck bag for apples, corn maze and hayride tickets and bouquet of you-pick flowers. Rain cancels. AMARYLLIS FARM EQUINE RESCUE 93 Merchants Path, Sagaponack, NY 11962 631.537.7335 Sat 9/5 Country Fair to Benefit Amaryllis Horse Sanctuary 12:00 pm Free Pony Rides, Games, Crafts, Prizes, Vendors, Great Food and Refreshments. Meet SpongeBob SquarePants! Amazing end to an unforgettable summer! One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the Amaryllis Horse Sanctuary! Amaryllis Farm has rescued 90 horses from hideous fates and is devoted to educating the public about horses. Please stop by, meet some awesome rescued horses, ponies and mini mules along with a plethora of barnyard friends on Saturday, Sept. 5, Rain Date Sunday! GARDEN OF EVE ORGANIC FARM Sound Avenue, Aquebogue NY 631-680-1699 Sat 9/26 & Sun 9/27 6th Annual Long Island Garlic Festival 10:00 am – 6:00 pm $2/Children under 6 free Long Island’s Sixth Annual Garlic Festival, an all-day celebration of the wonders of “Garliciana,” with festival vendors featuring a wide variety of garlic inspired foods, crafts, music, theater, and just plain garlic. The Great Garlic Cook-Off!!! Free Admission If You Bring A Dish To Enter! Cook-Off Details: Bring a hot or cold dish by 2:30 pm on Saturday, to enter in one of the following competitive classes: “Most Garlicky"; “Sweet, Sweet Garlic”; “Savory Garlic”; “Jams & Jellies”; and “Pickles”. No entry fee or pre-registration required. First, Second, and Third prizes will be awarded in each class. Judging will take place from 3-4 pm on Sat Sept 26. THE VIKING FLEET Montauk 668-5700 MONTAUK MARINE BASIN 426 West Lake Dr. Montauk 668-5900

CUSTER INSTITUTE Main Bayview Road, Southold 765-2626 Every Saturday from Sunset ‘til midnight, weather permitting, Custer staff will be on hand to assist you in observing the night sky using Custer's telescopes, and to answer your questions about astronomy and the organization itself. The Darkest Skies of any Observatory on Long Island! Sat 9/26 Custer’s 31st Annual Astronomy Jamboree 5:00 PM. KEYNOTE SPEAKER: BILL KORBEL, News 12 Long Island "LIFE AS A METEOROLOGIST: FORECASTING OVER 40 YEARS" News 12 meteorologist, Bill Korbel, will discuss his lifelong love of weather and the technological advances in forecasting--from teletype machines to supercomputers--that he has witnessed over his 40 year career. This native Long Islander is one of the area's most experienced meteorologists. He graduated New York University with a degree in meteorology, began his career as a weather officer in the Air Force, and served two years as a forecaster for Air Force One. Bill broke into broadcasting with WCBS News Radio 88, then spent over 15 years as part of WOR's "Rambling with Gambling." His transition to television came in 1993 when he joined the team at the first, largest and most-watched regional news network in the nation, News 12. Bill is an avid golfer, a licensed pilot, and lives in Merrick with his wife, Sharon. 1:00 PM. "SOLAR ECLIPSES: PAST AND FUTURE" by Bill Bogardus, AOS When the shadow of the new moon moves directly between the Sun and the Earth, it is a spectacular sight to see. Total solar eclipses do not happen every year and, when they do occur, one often must travel to distant lands. This year, a total solar eclipse was visible from China and Bill Bogardus was there to witness it. Bill will describe the 2009 eclipse, as well as others he has seen, and speak about eclipses that are due in the future and how to prepare for them. Bill Bogardus is President of the Amateur Observers' Society of NY (AOS), is a Member of Custer, was recently elected Secretary of the Astronomical League, and is a Master Observer (#53). In addition to having been an astronomy and physics teacher at Ogdensburg Free Academy for 24 years, he was also its planetarium director. He is an adjunct professor at Dowling College's Dept. of Aviation and is pursuing further astronomy credentials at Stony Brook University. 2:00 PM. "LIVING HISTORY: THE DETROIT OBSERVATORY" by Ken Spencer, ASLI, ATS There are few places left that allow us to step back and experience 19th century astronomy as it was then. The Detroit Observatory at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, is one such portal. The observatory was built in 1854 and, over the last decade, both the observatory and its instruments have been completely restored to their original condition. The facilities include a 6-inch (15 cm) Pistor & Martins meridian circle and a 12?-inch (32 cm) Henry Fitz, Jr. refracting telescope which, in their day, were among the largest in the world. The Detroit Observatory was host to the 2009 Antique Telescope Society Convention, which will also be discussed. Ken Spencer is a Member of the Astronomical Society of Long Island (ASLI), the Antique Telescope Society, and of Custer. He is an amateur telescope maker and a professional photographer (as well as pilot and aerial photographer) who worked at Newsday for 41 years so this illustrated presentation is sure to help us appreciate astronomy's rich heritage. 3:00 PM. "THE RESURGENCE OF CHINESE ASTRONOMY" by Tony Hoffman, AAA The world's most populous country has a rich astronomical heritage going back millennia, though in recent centuries its progress has largely been outstripped by that of the West. As modern China is remaking itself into an industrial superpower, it is also gaining a foothold in space. The past decade has seen an explosive growth in Chinese astronomy, particularly on the amateur front. A generation of young participants, versed in the latest technologies, have already made many discoveries. The discussion will include the progress of astronomy in China, past achievements and current trends that are likely to lead to impressive accomplishments in the future. Tony Hoffman is on the Board of the Amateur Astronomers Association of NY (AAANY), is a Member of Custer, and works as a managing editor of PCMag.com. Tony has discovered 116 comets in images from the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), and has co-discovered one near-Earth asteroid as a volunteer reviewer for the Spacewatch FMO project. He has also had an asteroid named after him: 112900Tonyhoffman. 4:00 PM. "ENGINEERING MATERIALS FOR THE EXPLORATION OF SPACE" by Matthew Putman, Ph.D.; MO The potential to solve the mysteries of space has never been greater for either the professional scientist or the amateur. Computer processing power has enabled modern mathematical modeling by scientists and the internet has made the resultant information accessible. Developments in material science allow for less expensive but more powerful telescopes, chips uniquely suited to the exploration of space, and molecular level engineering, which can potentially create everything from personal probes to affordable space ships. This lecture will touch on such materials and related research. Matthew Putman, Ph.D., is on the Board of Montauk Observatory. His doctorate is in Applied Physics; he is currently a professor and researcher at Columbia University. He was an owner and Vice President of Development for Tech Pro, Inc. He holds 5 patents, has published over 20 technical papers, produced plays and films, composes music, and is a founding member of the World Science Festival. south DINNER AT THE HELLENIC SNACK BAR AND RESTAURANT, 7:00 PM

We have made arrangements for a special 3-course (salad, entree, dessert) Greek dinner at a per-person cost of $25/$30 for open-faced sandwich/platter of either pork souvlaki, chicken souvlaki, gyro, spinach pie, or falafel, or $32 for moussaka or pastitio. Seating is limited so please reserve by sending in your Jamboree registration form today. Diners will pay the restaurant directly that night so please bring cash. The Hellenic is located at 5145 Main Road, East Marion, NY 11939 (631-477-0138): go east on Sound Avenue (the "north road"), just passed Greenport, on the left (north); it is about 6.5 miles from Southold High School. COASTAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND (CRESLI) Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Kramer Science Center, Dowling College, Oakdale 244-3352 THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF THE EAST END (CMEE) 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 537-8250 It started with a dream: To create a magical and inviting place for young people that would stir their curiosity and imagination. In this quickly moving world of technology, children’s museums give families an opportunity to slow down and actively share in their children’s growth. These wonderful places of discovery are designed to provide interactive experiences that foster curiosity in children and create a lifelong love of self-directed learning. Interactive exhibits will be both permanent and rotating. The permanent exhibit will focus on what makes the East End a special place, with an emphasis on the people and living creatures that inhabit it. Themes include agriculture, fishing, world celebrations, and community. In addition to the indoor activities, visitors will be encouraged to explore outdoor exhibits, mazes and gardens. Plans include space for year-round workshops, performances, and special events, as well as a permanent art workshop for children to explore their own creativity. Reservations required unless otherwise specified. CMEE Museum Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sat: 9 am-6 pm; Friday is late night at CMEE: 9 am-7:30 pm; Sun: 10 am-6 pm; Closed on Tuesdays Admission: Under 1 year old: FREE; 12 and under: $5.00; Teens and Grownups: $7.00; Senior Grownups: $5.00 YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES IN ADVANCE . Pizza Pajama Party $12 for Non-Members The last Friday of every month, head over to CMEE for a Pizza Party, Pajama Night. Give the kids a quick bath, brush their teeth, and put them in their PJs for a night of fun. 6:00 pm Pizza Is Served 6:30 pm Reading Sat 9/19 Moon Soup Concert 10:30 am Free Make CMEE your learning- and fun - filled destination this Fall! After two weeks of enhancements, painting, and planning, CMEE will re-open this Saturday, September 19 with a Free Concert at 10:30am by MoonSoup! Sign up NOW for a brand new season of stimulating, Educational Classes this Fall geared for babies through 4 years old beginning on October 3. Taught by area professionals, the classes range from music, movement and dance, to introductory cooking, gymnastics on the Hamptons Tumblebus (a mobile gym), working with clay, and Gymboree. Classes will be offered seven mornings a week. For class schedules, descriptions and to register, families should call: 631-5378250, or visit CMEE's website, www.cmee.org. GOAT ON A BOAT PUPPET THEATRE Christ Episcopal Church (Parish Hall) East Union Street, Sag Harbor 725-4193 Starting September 15: Play Group: Mon, Thu, Fri - 9:30 am; Tot Art: Mon & Fri - 10:30 am DINOSAUR WALK MUSEUM 221 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 At the Dinosaur Walk Museum, the dinosaurs aren’t fossils or bones. They are life-size sculptures. You and your family can see one of the world’s largest collections of prehistoric animals, ranging from the two-story-high Tyrannosaurus Rex to a tiny 12-inch tall Microraptor. Other exhibits include giant sea lizards, flying reptiles, and replicas of bones, skulls, and skeletons of ancient prehistoric creatures. The museum also features a movie theatre showing high-definition educational films that bring dinosaurs to life. They also have many hands-on activities for children of all ages, such as a dinosaur fossil dig, creative coloring stations, books, and movies about dinosaurs. Open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Adults: $10.95 Seniors 62+: $8.95 Teens 12–18: $8.95 Children ages 3–11: $7.95 Children 2 and under are free BEDELL CELLARS 36225 Main Road, (Rt. 25) Cutchogue 734-7537 CASTELLO DI BORGHESE VINEYARDS Route 48 (Sound Ave) and Alvah’s Lane, Cutchogue, NY

631.734.5111 Thurs 9/17 Borghese Vineyard Winemaker’s Walk 1:00 pm $20 A guided tour of the winery and production facility and wine tasting at Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery. Please call to make reservations (631) 734-5111 or purchase tickets online securely with your credit card. Sun 9/20 Glen Jochum & Rick Hall Under the Music Tent 2:00 pm Singer/songwriter Glenn Jochum is a concert mainstay on the East End of Long Island, New York, and has been playing for the past decade at local vineyards, street fairs, restaurants, cafes, and libraries. Please join us for an afternoon of 'original' music of Glenn & Rick's. Music will be held under the tent. Wine will be available for purchase by the glass. Please remember no outside alcoholic beverages are permitted on the property. Sun 9/27 Book Chat facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. 12:30 pm $20 Join us on Sunday to enjoy an in-depth chat about one The Space Between Us, written by Thrity Umrigar. Our chats will be facilitated by Dr. Anna Katsavos, Ph.D. Professor of Literature at S.U.N.Y., Nassau Community College. Arrive early and indulge in a glass of Borghese wine, while mingling with other book lovers until the chat begins at 1pm. Reservations preferred. $20 includes a glass of wine, cheese and crackers. Package special: all six sessions for $100. Tues 9/29 Local Bounty Luncheon with Sang Lee Farms 11:30 am $55 Local Bounty Luncheon with Sang Lee Farms and Borghese Vineyard Join Ann Marie Borghese of Castello di Borghese Vineyard and Karen Lee of Sang Lee Farms for cooking demonstrations, wine pairing suggestions, lunch and wine tastings. Ann Marie and Karen will meet you at the Sang Lee Farms farm stand kitchen and together they will create The Local Bounty Luncheon. Cost is $55 per person includes class, luncheon and wine tasting. For reservations call 631-734-7001. Class starts promptly at 11:30 a.m. CHANNING DAUGHTER WINERY 1927 Scuttlehole Road Bridgehampton, NY 537-7224 COREY CREEK Main Road (Rt. 25A) Southold 765-4168 DUCKWALK VINEYARDS 231 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 726-7555 & DUCK WALK NORTH Town of Southold - 1.2 miles east of Pindar 765-3500 JAMESPORT VINEYARDS Main Road, Rte. 25 Jamesport 722-5256 Labor Day at Jamesport Vineyards Sat 9/5 Live Music by Inner Sleeve (60’s and 70’s Rock) 1:00 pm Free Join us for delicious wine, live music, and our famous oyster bar! Sun 9/6 Live Reggae Music by QuadraLove 1:00 pm Free Join us for delicious wine, live music, and our famous oyster bar! Mon 9/7 Wine Tastings 11:00 am Sat 9/12 Paul Johnson / Tim Dahl - Jazz Duo 1:00 pm Free Sat 9/19 Jazz on the Half Shell www.jazzonthehalfshell.com 1:00 pm Free Sat 9/26 Inner Sleeve -60's & 70's Rock www.glennjochumband.com 1:00 pm Free Sun 9/ 27 Reckoning - Grateful Dead Tribute www.reckoningband.com 1:00 pm Free THE LENZ WINERY Rte 25 Main Road, Peconic, NY 800.974.9899 Sat 9/12 20th Annual Merlot Classic 5:30 pm $50/$25 Lenz subscribers LIEB CELLARS 35 Cox Neck Road Mattituck 298-1942 LONG ISLAND MEADERY 1347 Lincoln Avenue Suite 11 Holbrook NY 11741 285-7469 Have you ever heard of mead? Have you ever tried mead? Maybe you tried mead while visiting Europe or at a medieval festival? Have you been told that mead was like beer, a beer with honey or even a wine with honey? Mead has some similarities to these beverages, but it is so much more it deserves its own category. Mead is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of honey as its primary sugar source and is often referred to as honey wine. Being made from honey, one would naturally expect it to be very sweet and although it usually is, it can actually range from dry to very sweet. Mead is usually still, though it can be made sparkling and can range from a mild low alcoholic

content up to very high. Mead is arguably the oldest alcoholic beverage on the planet with some evidence dating it back approximately 10,000 years. Due to many different cultural and financial reasons, mead has fallen out of favor over the many years and now we call it the 'oldest alcoholic beverage no one has ever heard of.' A far cry from its hey day when it was referred to as the 'Nectar of the Gods.' Mead can be produced in many variations including a plain honey wine (traditional - honey only), flavored with fruit (melomel), spices (metheglin), vegetables, or any combination of ingredients limited only by the imagination of the wine maker and the resources he has at hand. Mon - Thurs by Appointment Only, Fri 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm MACARI VINEYARDS 150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck, NY 631.298.0100 Macari Vineyards, located on the North Fork of Eastern Long Island in Mattituck, is owned and operated by the Macari Family. The business is led by owners Joseph Macari Sr. and his wife, Katherine, and Joseph Macari Jr., who is at the helm of the winery with his wife, Alexandra. Though Macari Vineyards was established in 1995, the Macari Family has owned the 500 acre waterfront estate for nearly 50 years. In this time, they have been careful environmental stewards of the land. What were once potato fields and farmland has become a vineyard of 180 acres of vines with additional fields of compost, farmland, and a home to cows, goats, Sicilian donkeys and ducks. MARTHA CLARA VINEYARDS 6025 Sound Avenue Riverhead 298-0075 Sun - Fri: 11-5pm / Sat: 11-6pm Pack a Picnic & Spend the Day With Us - Martha Clara Vineyards offers A Heated Pavilion - Award-Winning Wines By The Glass Events All Year Long - Ample Seating - The Friendliest Staff on the North Fork Tuesday Nights Live Mic 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm PA System Available. Bring your Instrument. Bring your dinner. Now – October: Kite Flying Bring your own or purchase one of ours. Thurs 9/17 – Sat 9/19 An Introduction to Oil Painting 3:00 pm $40 An Introduction to Oil Painiting with Joan Stevens and Claire Nigro. Pre registration is required. Sat 9/19 Vinny Chills – Classic Rock 1:00 pm Free Sun 9/20 North Fork Oysters Shucking Demo 12:00 pm Free Sun 9/20 Live Music: Albert Del Rios – Rock/Pop 2:00 pm Free THE OLD FIELD VINEYARDS 59600 Main Road, Southold 765-0004 PALMER VINEYARDS 5120 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 722-WINE (5362) PAUMANOK VINEYARDS 1074 Main Road (Route 25) Aquebogue 722-8800 PECONIC BAY WINERY 31320 Main Road, Cutchogue, NY 11935 631.734.7361 Fri 9/4 John Pizzarelli 7:00 pm $39 John Pizzarelli has had a multi-faceted career as a jazz guitarist, vocalist and bandleader. Internationally known for classic standards, late-night ballads, and the cool jazz flavor he brings to his performances and recordings, he has recently established himself as the consummate entertainer and radio program host with the launch of “Radio Deluxe with John Pizzarelli” a nationally syndicated radio program co-hosted with his wife, Broadway star Jessica Molaskey. PINDAR 37645 Main Road, Peconic, NY 11958 631.734.6200 Saturdays & Sundays Memorial Day Weekend through October Live Music on the Pavilion 1:00 pm -5:00 pm Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy live music overlooking the vineyard. Weather permitting. Pavilion Closes at 6:00 pm. By law, only Pindar Vineyards wines can be consumed on the property. Tours of the Winery Complimentary winery tours will be given Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend. Sat 9/12 Tastes of the Mediterranean Cruise Night 7:00 pm Free

All aboard! You are cordially invited on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. at Pindar Vineyards to a complimentary evening of delicious Mediterranean food and award-winning Pindar and Duck Walk wines, as we celebrate the launch of an exciting new wine and travel adventure. Pindar Vineyards winemaker Leslie Howard has joined with luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises and Food and Wine Travels to create "Wines and Food of the Mediterranean," an exclusive Winemaker's Cruise that sets sail on May 25, 2010 from Venice to Barcelona for 12 days aboard the six-star Crystal Serenity. Enjoy an evening of fine food and wine, while learning about this new venture. Sat 9/26 Rock the Harvest 2009 12:00 pm Fund Raiser Long Island's Only Indie Rock ,Wine and Harvest Festival! This show is not to be missed! Big Suga, Kerry Kearney Band, The Nancy Atlas Project, Miles To Dayton, High & Mighty Brass Band, Big River Ransom. Rock The Harvest will be raising money for The Retreat. THE TASTING ROOM 2885 Peconic Lane, Peconic, NY 11958 631.765.6404 Sat 9/12 Producer’s Tastings sponsored by the Tasting Room 1:00 pm Free admission To be held at Comtesse Therese, Union Avenue and Route 105, Aquebogue, NY. Come and meet the Owners/Winemakers and enjoy their handcrafted, artisanal wines. VINEVIEW 3985 Sound Avenue, Mattituck 646-279-8494 VINEYARD 48 18910 Route 48, Cutchogue 734-5200 WÖLFFER ESTATE 139 Sagg Pond Road, Sagaponack 537-5106 Twilight Thursdays from 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Year-Round Enjoy a glass of wine and meet new people or old friends. Cheese and crackers are being served and guests listen to live music in a fun, "meet and greet" atmosphere. Reservations are not required. No cover charge. $5.00 per glass on selected wines. SOUTHAMPTON PUBLICK HOUSE 40 Bowden Sqare, Southampton, NY 11968 631.283.2800 Mon 9/14 Monday Night Football 7:00 pm Free Monday Night Football in the Taproom. Burger, Draft and Wing Specials. Fri 9/25 Celebrate Octoberfest! 5:00 pm $24.95/person Three course Price-fixe dinner of traditional German fare, includes one 12 oz. glass of 2009 Oktoberfest Lager, $24.95 per person (plus NYS tax and tip). Reservations strongly suggested. Official tapping of 2009 Oktoberfest Lager. MUSIC AT THE TALKHOUSE The Stephen Talkhouse, 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Fri 9/4 Richie Havens 7:00 pm $70 VIP / $50 General Admission Fri 9/4 Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes 9:00 pm $135 VIP / $120 General Admission Sun 9/6 Chris Barron & the Time Bandits 7:00 pm $15 Sun 9/6 Giving Tree 11:00 pm $25 Mon 9/7 Martin Sexton 7:00 pm $125 VIP / $110 General Admission Mon 9/7 Toots and the Maytals 8:00 pm $100 Sat 9/12 The Majestic Band 11:00 pm $25 The Majestic Band featuring “Mesha” is a seven member New York based group made up of musicians from the Caribbean islands of St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Africa, as well as the United States and the Central American country of Belize, where Mesha hails from. Sat 9/12 Glen Tillbrook 8:00 pm $75/$60 Fri 9/18 Gordan Gano & The Ryan Brothers 8:00 pm $15 Sat 9/19 Junior Brown 8:00 pm $50/$35 Sat 9/19 Nancy Atlas 10:00 pm $15 Fri 9/25 The Glazzies 7:00 pm $10 Fri 9/25 Dan Bailey and Living Rhythm 9:00 pm $10 Fri 9/25 Fourteen Feet 11:00 pm $10 Sat 9/26 Scott Bravo 8:00 pm $10 Sat 9/26 Bastards of Boom 10:00 pm $10


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