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Memorial Day Season Openers 2016!

Saturday, May 28th - 5 to 8 pm
Cocktail Party and Sale

ARF Thrift & Treasure Shop
17 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack
(Corner of Poxabogue Lane)
Honorary Chair: Mary McDonald
Vice Chairs: Gordon Hoppe, Gigi Mahon, Lisa McCarthy, Alex Papachristidis + Marshall Watson
Top interior decorators will again transform the shop into a designer showhouse,
using furnishings from the shop and from their own collections. EVERYTHING is for
sale! Showhouse Designers include: Sam Allen, Tracey Cavaniola, Nancy Corzine, John
Stedila and Tim Button, Lynda Sylvester, Eldon Wong.
  • Tickets for Exclusive Preview Hour at 5 pm $250
  • Tickets for General Admission at 6 pm $150
  • Open to the public Sunday and Monday, May 29 and 30 from 10am-4pm for a $10 suggested donation,
    children free. Tickets can be purchased at the ARF Adoption Center and the ARF
    Thrift Shop or by calling 631.537.0400 x216 for more information. arf.org

    Saturday, May 28th - 5 pm to 8 pm
    Canines, Felines + Wines
    3rd Annual Wine Tasting Fundraiser
    Southampton Animal Shelter Benefit

    Southampton Arts Center (former Parish Art Museum)
    Wine tastings + hors d'oeuvres
    Music provided by Certain Moves Trio!
    Tickets are $50 per person or 2 for $75. Please call 631.728.PETS x227 for more information.

    Saturday, May 28th 5 to 7 pm
    East End Collected2 Artists

    SUMMER Kick-off Reception
    The Southampton Arts Center
    25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
    Curated by Paton Miller
    Monica Banks | Walter Channing | Eugene Cuttica | Peter Dayton | Angela Errico | Toinette Gay |
    Melinda Hackett | Glen Hansen | Gary Hartmann | Michael Jurick | Henry Koehler | Bill Komoski |
    Karyn Mannix | Fluvio Masi | Monica Mason | Hildy Maze | Jon Mulhern | Miles Partington |
    Vincent Pepi | Dalton Portella | Will Ryan | Scott Santangelo | Mark Seidenfeld | David Slater |
    Ned Smyth | Dennis Snyder | Adam Straus | Mary Stubelek | Barbara Thomas | Hans Van de Bovenkamp |
    Charles Waller | Mark Webber | Nico Yektai | Almond Zigmund southamptonartscenter.org

    Sunday, May 29th - 9 am to 3 pm
    Southampton Antique Fair
    Museum Benefit

    Grounds of the Rogers Mansion
    17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
    Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, collectables and
    more will be sold inside the Red Barn and on the grounds (free admission). Vendors needed,
    for more info call (631) 283-2494. The Rogers Mansion will be open 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM ($4,
    free for members & children). Free admission! Please call 631-283-2494 for more information.

    Sunday, May 29th - 5 to 8 pm
    An Evening of Wine + Roses
    Inaugural Benefit for The Southampton Cultural Center

    Southampton Social Club
    256 Elm Street in Southampton
    Honoring: William J. Hattrick, Giancarlo Impiglia, Aura Levitas + Caremen Marc Valvo
    Master of Ceremonies: Kevin Spirtas
    Celebrating 30 years of education, and performance! Tickets are $225 per person + $125
    for those under 35. VIP tickets are $275. Please call 631-287-4377 for tickets and
    more information. scc-arts.org

    Sunday, May 29th - 7 to 10 pm
    Taste the East End

    Long Island Aquarium
    431 E. Main Street in Riverhead
    The First Annual Taste the East End is coming to the Long Island Aquarium!
    Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries, Restaurants, Vendors, Music and More!!
    Look forward to sips from East End craft beverage makers paired
    with tastes of signature dishes from East End restaurants - over 40 vendors offering
    a full sampling of the region's culinary and beverage bounty! Plus live entertainment
    throughout the night and a chance to purchase local products. We hope to see you there!
    Tickets are $64.95 per person plus tax. Please call 631.208.9200 x426 for more information
    or buy your tickets online tastetheeastend.com

    The Hamptons Parties & Events for June

    Friday, June 3rd to 5th
    Luxury Living Fair Hamptons Contemporary Fair

    Southampton Elks Fairgrounds
    605 County Road 39 in Southampton
    The Opening Night VIP Reception will benefit the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) and
    the Southampton Education Foundation on Sunday, June 5, providing third-party financial support
    for scholarships and other valuable programs for the students and educators in the Southampton
    community. The expo will bring a world class international interior/exterior-design/decor fair
    to The Hamptons on a new level. hamptonscontemporary.com

    Friday, June 3rd - 7 pm
    Chamber Music Workshop Kickoff Concert & Reception

    Clark Arts Center - PMP Campus
    73 Shore Road in Shelter Island Heights
    FREE and open to the public!

    Saturday, June 4th - 1 to 4 pm + 4:30 to 6 pm
    7th Annual Southampton House Tour "Insider's View"

    Thomas Halsey Homestead
    249 South Main Street in Southampton
    1-4PM House Tour
    4:30-6PM Champagne Reception
    Tour participants will have the opportunity to experience extraordinary houses that
    illustrate Southampton's unique architectural history from colonial days to present.
    A champagne reception catered by Sant Ambroeus will follow the tour at 4:30PM at the
    Rogers Mansion. Tickets are $95 in advance, $110 day of and can be purchased by calling
    the museum at 631-283-2494 - tour tickets may be picked up or purchased as early as 10:30am
    at the museum. PayPal is also available as a payment option. southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

    Saturday, June 4th - 4 to 7 pm
    22nd Annual North Fork Pig Roast Picnic

    Pindar Vineyards
    37645 Route 25 in Peconic
    Join us and have a hog of a good time! Food served 4 to 6 pm and drinks and fun
    keep on going til 7 with Live Band Romeo's Dream! Tickets for adults are $30 and
    $10 for under 14(children under 2 are free : ) Please call 631.288.7080 for more information
    on tickets. eeh.org

    Saturday, June 4th - 5 pm to 8:30 pm
    24th Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale, Auctions and Cocktail Party Gala

    This highly anticipated event is the opening fundraising party of the summer season, and
    features our famous live, silent and wine auctions and an extraordinary home furnishings
    and antiques sale.

    The Auctions feature items from top names in fashion, jewelry, travel, fine dining,
    entertainment, sports, health and beauty. Priceless one-of-a-kind items include exotic
    vacations at private resorts, exclusive dining experiences with top chefs in beautiful
    homes, golf outings at some of the fabulous East End golf courses, photo shoots, and
    so much more! The Wine Auction will feature a selection of wines that could rival
    the best of any private collection.

    The fabulous furniture sale will feature choice and rare antiques, gently used and new
    home furnishings-designer furniture, lamps, paintings, framed prints, fabrics, decorative
    accessories and much, much more. For almost two decades, guests from Manhattan, Connecticut,
    Palm Beach and The Hamptons have lined up hours in advance to have first choice of these
    extraordinary treasures, beautifully showcased by our design team offered at amazing prices.

    Saturday, June 4th - 7 to 10 pm

    230 Elm
    230 Elm Street in Southampton
    Buffet Dinner | Dancing | Silent Auction | Chinese Auction | 50/50 | cash bar
    Tickets $40 advance $50 at the door - Wildlife Ambassadors
    Please call 631.728.4200 or 631.728.WILD (9453)or email wrwrch@aol.com for more information!

    Saturday, June 4th - 6 to 8 pm
    East Hampton Historical Society
    Cocktails on Pudding Hill Lane - Spring Garden Party!

    Our season-opening party to benefit the East Hampton Historical Society will take place at a
    house that has been occupied for possibly the longest continuous number of years since it was
    built in about 1680 on what was then called Calf Pasture Lane. Tickets cost $150 per person.
    Reservations required as space is limited! For tickets please contact the East Hampton Historical
    Society at 631.324.6850 or email info@easthamptonhistory.org or visit the East Hampton Historical
    Society's office. easthamptonhistory.org

    Saturday, June 4th - 6:30 to 9:30 pm
    Spring Into Summer Benefit

    Kilmore Farm in Wainscott
    A Barn Dance to benefit The Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center. Live music
    by Roadhouse Band + Dinner by Smokin' Wolf : ) Wine, beer and sangria and both
    Live and Silent Auctions. Please call 631-324-5560 for more ticket information.

    Wednesday, June 8th - 4 to 7 pm
    "Dog Days of Summer" Benefit

    7 Main Street in Sag Harbor
    Shop, Sip, Adopt, Repeat!

    Thursday, June 9th - 11:30 am
    CMEE's 9th Annual Golf Outing

    The Maidstone Club
    29 Maidstone Lane in East Hampton
    The 2016 CMEE Golf Outing promises to be a spectacular event. You will get to play one
    of the most exclusive golf courses in America and enjoy an exquisite brunch before your
    game, and cocktails and supper after your round while overlooking the ocean.

    Schedule of the day:
    11:30 am Registration and Brunch
    1:00 pm Shotgun Start
    5:30 pm Cocktails on the Veranda
    6:30 pm Dinner and Live Auction

    For more information about the Outing, please e-mail Lara@CMEE.org or call 631.537.8250.

    Saturday, June 11th - 5:30 to 8 pm
    Taking Care of Our Island Cocktail Party + Auction

    East End Hospice Benefit
    Shelter Island Yacht Club
    12 Chequit Avenue on Shelter Island
    Bid on Fabulous Silent Auction items!
    Trips to: Tuscany, Italy + Sugarbush,Vermont
    NYC Ballet Tickets
    Backyard Barbeque for 15 people "with fixings"
    Paddleboard Party plus many more fun and exciting prizes
    Please call Chrissy for tickets or info at 631-288-7080 or email cmichne@eeh.org for info!

    Saturday, June 11th - 7:30 pm
    East End Collected2 Artists

    Closing Party with Nancy Atlas Project
    The Southampton Arts Center
    25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
    Curated by Paton Miller
    Monica Banks | Walter Channing | Eugene Cuttica | Peter Dayton | Angela Errico | Toinette Gay |
    Melinda Hackett | Glen Hansen | Gary Hartmann | Michael Jurick | Henry Koehler | Bill Komoski |
    Karyn Mannix | Fluvio Masi | Monica Mason | Hildy Maze | Jon Mulhern | Miles Partington |
    Vincent Pepi | Dalton Portella | Will Ryan | Scott Santangelo | Mark Seidenfeld | David Slater |
    Ned Smyth | Dennis Snyder | Adam Straus | Mary Stubelek | Barbara Thomas | Hans Van de Bovenkamp |
    Charles Waller | Mark Webber | Nico Yektai | Almond Zigmund southamptonartscenter.org

    Saturday + Sunday, June 11th + 12th
    Landscape Pleasures Cocktail Party + Tour

    Saturday, June 11th 8:30 am to Sunday, June 14th - 3:00pm Saturday, June 11th - 5 to 8 pm

    It is our honor to hold this year's event in memory of landscape architect, author, and
    Landscape Pleasures committee member Jack deLashmet. His passion and vision for the art
    of landscape design embodies the spirit of this special weekend.


    Saturday, June 11 9:00am - 12:30pm
    Featuring three remarkable speakers: Andrea Cochran, Charles Birnbaum, and Darrel Morrison

    Benefit Committee Cocktail Party
    Saturday, June 11 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Landscape Pleasures supporters at the Sponsor level and above are invited for cocktails, hosted
    by Tim Davis of the Corcoran Group, at the modern Wyman estate on Pond Lane, and situated on 15
    acres with views of Lake Agawam in Southampton Village

    Garden Tours
    Sunday, June 12 10:00am - 3:00pm
    Sunday's self-guided garden tour will focus on a selection of four inspiring Hamptons properties:
    Michael Forman and Jennifer Rice, Amagansett
    Herb and Karen Friedman, Bridgehampton
    Victoria and Jack Rovner, Sagaponack
    Loren Skeist and Marlene Marko, Bridgehampton

    Includes Saturday lectures and cocktail reception, and Sunday garden tours
    Sponsor: $350 each; Benefactor: $1,000 each

    Includes Saturday lectures and Sunday garden tours
    Member: $175 each; Non-Member: $225 each

    Please call the Benefit Events Office at 631.283.2118 x150 for more information or
    email benefitevents@parrishart.org. parrishart.org

    Thursday, June 16th - 11:30 am
    Spring Golf Tournament - Ross School Benefit

    South Fork Country Club
    730 Old Stone Highway in Amagansett
    Ross School invites you to kick off Graduation Weekend with a wonderful afternoon of golf at
    South Fork Country Club. Participants will enjoy a golf scramble with clients, friends, and
    family on the 18-hole course surrounded by nature preserve in Amagansett. The day includes
    buffet lunch and an al fresco cocktail award reception on the back lawn of the clubhouse.

    11:30am Lunch
    12:30pm Shotgun Start
    4:30pm Cocktails and Awards

    One Player: $350
    Two Players: $700
    Three Players: $1050
    Foursome: $1400

    Please email development@ross.org or call 631-907-5500 for details. ross.org

    Friday, June 17th - 5 to 8 pm
    30th Anniversary ARF GARDEN TOUR Cocktail Reception

    Oceanfront home of Barbara Slifka in Sagaponack
    Chairs: Barbara Slifka and Mark Fichandler

    Saturday, June 18th - 11 am to 5 pm
    A self-guided tour (rain or shine) of delightful gardens in the hamlets of Bridgehampton,
    Sagaponack and Wainscott:

    • Susan Calhoun and Charlie Moss
    • Nancy Corzine
    • Gillian Spreckels Fuller
    • Bettysue and Jeffrey Hughes
    • Rosalind and Ken Landis
    • free admission to Much Ado About Madoo Garden Market

    Tickets for tour $85, tickets for tour and cocktail party $175.
    Tickets can be purchased at the ARF Adoption Center and the ARF Thrift Shop or by
    calling 631.537.0400 x216 or email jean@arfhamptons.org or for more information.

    Saturday, June 18th - 6:30 to 11:30 pm
    Swing into Summer at The Bridge!
    Group for the East End GALA

    The Bridge on Millstone Road in Bridgehampton Hosted by Stephane Samuel & Robert M. Rubin
    As you sip your glass and nosh on delectable hors d'oeuvres, you'll be dazzled by the
    spectacular sunset views of Peconic Bay and clubhouse by architect Roger Ferris. Once
    the sun goes down and you've been treated to a scrumptious dinner prepared by The Bridge,
    DJ Sam French will spin his irresistible tunes and get you dancing under the stars!
    Please contact Kristina Lange at klange@eastendenvironment.org or 631-765-6450 x216 for
    more details. groupfortheeastend.org

    Saturday, June 18th - 6:30 to 9 pm
    16th Annual Midsummer Night Drinks

    Private Residence in Bridgehampton
    Hosted by Alex Papachristidis & Scott Nelson + Ophelia & Bill Rudin

    • HOST - $10,000 Includes 8 tickets & Host recognition at the event
    • PATRON - $5,000 Includes 4 tickets & Patron recognition at the event
    • FRIEND - $2,500 Includes 2 tickets & Friend recognition at the event
    • SUPPORTER - $1,000 Includes 1 ticket & Supporter recognition at the event
    • CHAMPAGNE - $2,500 Includes 1 ticket & Supporter recognition at the event
    • PLUS a personal tour of the home from Alex at 5pm
    • GENERAL Admission Ticket - $350

    Please call Events at 212.294.8162 or email events@glwd.org to purchase tickets or
    for additional information. godslovewedeliver.org

    Monday, June 20th - 9 am to 5 pm
    14th Annual Golf Tournament + Cocktail Party

    Westhampton Country Club
    35 Potunk Lane in Westhampton
    Honorees: James N. Hulme, Esq. The Honorable Robert A. Kelly, Jr. Esq.
    The WHBPAC's Annual Golf Tournament is where the community comes together to support the
    ever-evolving Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center with food, fun and festivities.
    The fabulous Post-Tournament Cocktail Party is always a hit and is open to non-golfers
    who wish to participate in the fundraising. The reception includes a sumptuous selection
    of mouthwatering hors d'oeuvres, a lavish open bar, and a magnificent live auction and
    50/50 raffle.

    9 am - Breakfast
    11 am - Shotgun Start
    4 pm - Cocktail Party

    Foursomes are available for $1600 and include a Full Breakfast, Lunch and Cocktail Reception.
    Non-golfers are encouraged to join in the festivities by attending the sumptuous Post-Tournament
    Cocktail Reception for $150. Space is limited! For more information please call Roberta Shoten at
    631.288-2350 117 or emal RobertaS@whbpac.org to get your tickets!

    Thursday, June 23rd - 5 pm
    Art Hamptons Opening Night VIP Preview Cocktail Reception

    900 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
    Art Hamptons, the premier international art fair of the Hamptons is pleased to announce details
    of the Opening Night Preview benefit and formation of its inaugural Host Committee. The Opening
    Night Preview of Art Hamptons will benefit LongHouse Reserve of East Hampton, and the Samuel
    Waxman Cancer Research Foundation.

    The Opening Night Preview opens with Black Card access on Thursday, June 23 at 5 pm. Black Card
    access includes complimentary wine and light appetizers. The VIP Preview begins at 6:30 pm.
    Both previews continue until 9 pm.

    The inaugural Host Committee will be co-chaired by Jack Lenor Larsen, internationally regarded
    textile designer, author, collector and one of the world's foremost advocates of traditional
    and contemporary crafts, with Maria and Kenneth Fishel who are integral supporters of the Samuel
    Waxman Cancer Research Foundation's mission to eradicate cancer and fund the vanguard of life-
    extending research.

    Members of this year's illustrious Host Committee include influential curators, collectors,
    designers and Hamptonites. To date, Host Committee members include: collectors Dale and Doug
    Anderson; Chris Apgar, Apgar Sinderbrand Group; Ruth Appelhof, Executive Director, Guild Hall;
    Dianne B. President of LongHouse Reserve, author, and garden stylist: Brett Beldock, Principal,
    Brett Design Inc.; Margaret Brennan, Foreign Affairs Correspondent, CBS News; Arlene Bujese,
    Curator, Southampton Cultural Center Art Gallery, Board Member, East End Hospice; Ada Ciniglio,
    Executive Director, ArtTable; and more! See complete Committee. arthamptons.com

    Saturday, June 25th - 6:30 pm
    21st Annual All Against Abuse Benefit
    Presents A Night in Monte Carlo
    Summer Benefit Gala for The Retreat

    Ross School Lower Campus Field House in Bridgehampton
    Honoring: Dr. Joseph O'Connell
    Join us for Cocktails, Cusine by Cynthia Battaglia of Distinctive Catering, Silent + Live
    Auctions, Raffle and Ring Toss - entertainment by DJ MKL of Jarrell Entertainment!
    Guest Speaker wil be Nicole Behrens and the auctioneer for the evening will be CK Swett.

    Honorary Committee members are Lorraine Bracco, Bobbie Braun, Matthew Broderich, Kiran
    Gandhi, Ann Liguori, Susan Lucci, Chris Martin, Kaitlin Olson, Mercedes Ruehl, Jessica
    Seinfeld, Jerry Seinfeld and Martha Stewart. This year's Event Committee are Steve
    Bergerson, Amy Cerullo, Ann Chwatsky, Richard Demato, Ellie Jannetti, Ayse Manyas Kenmore,
    Deborah Lyons, Gail Rothwell, Sheri Sandler, Barbara Shapiro and Arlene Slavin.

    Cocktails, Dinner, Dancing and Live + Silent Auctions, Raffles and MUCH MORE!!
    Please call Maggie at 631-329-4398 or email mgoldfarb@theretreatinc.org for more info.

    Saturday, June 25th - 7 to 11:00 pm
    Annual East End Hospice Summer Benefit

    Sandacres Estate
    4 Sandacres Lane in Quogue
    The event is to benefit a great cause and should be a fabulous evening which will include
    cocktails, dinner, dancing, casino games, and a silent auction. This year we are pleased
    to honor many who have done a great deal for East End Hospice. Patricia and Wesley Lowd
    will serve as Honorary Chairpersons for the evening. We are also pleased to announce that
    the East End Coast Guard Stations will be the Good Samaritan Recipient.

    • Angel - $10,000 Premium Table for 10
    • Benefactor - $5,000 Table of 8
    • Patron - $3,000 Table of 6
    • Sponsor - $1,200 4 tickets
    • Donor - $600 - 2 tickets
    • Friend - $250 each
    • Junior - $125 each - under age 35!

    Festive attire please. Please call 631.288.7080 for more information or to make a contribution.
    Join us and enjoy dinner, dancing, auctions and casino games. We look forward to seeing you
    on the waterfront 631.288.7080 or email tmurphy@eeh.org so please COME!!

    Saturday, June 25th - 7:30 to Midnight
    Summer Party @Ross

    The Ross School
    18 Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton
    Celebrate, mingle, and kick up your heels at the Summer Party @Ross! The Great Hall will be
    transformed into a chic dance club with VIP cabanas, signature cocktails, and gourmet delights
    prepared by the award-winning Ross Café. Guest options include reserving a VIP cabana for eight
    guests, branded to your specifications, with private waiters, bottle service, and specialty hors
    d'oeuvres, or a seat at a high-top table for four. All tickets include open bar and appetizers
    provided by Il Capuccino, The Seafood Shop, and many other local favorites. Come celebrate the
    beginning of the summer season at Ross!

    Club seating area for eight branded to your specifications, bottle service, private waiters,
    + specialty hors d'oeuvres

    VIP seating for four includes open bar and gourmet hors d'oeuvres

    Includes open bar and gourmet hors d'oeuvres

    Proceeds from the event support the Ross Annual Giving campaign and help provide need-based
    scholarships to our students. Ross alumni and faculty may contact the Development office by
    email at development@ross.org or by phone at 631-907-5500 for special ticket information.

    Saturday, June 25th - 6 to 11 pm
    20th Anniversary Hamptons Heart Ball

    Hayground School
    151 Mitchells Lane in Bridgehampton
    Distinguished Service Honoree : Frank Spencer MD
    Humanitarian with Heart Honoree: Jean Shafiroff
    Event Co-Chairs: Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, Nicole Noonan, Randi Schatz + Tracy Stern
    Master of Ceremonies: Lonnie Quinn of CBS News
    Join us for a night of Glitz +
    The evening will feature live music by Alex Donner, cocktail hour, a seated dinner catered
    by The Garden City Hotel, as well as a live & silent auction will also highlight the night.

    Please call Barbara Poliwada at 631.734.2804 or email or more information on tickets and
    sponsorship. hamptonsheartball.heart.org

    Saturday, June 25th - 7 pm
    A Barefoot Contessa Dinner Summer Benefit

    The Center for Conservation in East Hampton
    Hosted by Honorary Co-Chairs: Ina and Jeffrey Garten
    Co-Chairs: Anne and Nicolas Erni + Pam and Peter Flaherty
    Chef and cookbook author Ina Garten will serve a specially-prepared Barefoot Contessa Dinner,
    focusing on regionally and sustainably grown foods. And, to inspire lively conversation and
    debate, there will be no band or dancing during dinner! It promises to be a lovely summer
    evening with friends and supporters like you, who are passionate about conservation on Long Island.

    At our June 25th benefit, we will be raising funds for and awareness about clean water and
    conservation on Long Island. Revenue raised will be used for innovative water quality projects,
    such as high-tech water quality monitors for our bays and new wastewater treatment options for
    homes from East Hampton to Port Washington. In addition, we will leverage your donations by
    advocating for more public funding.

    You can help by purchasing tickets or by making a donation to The Nature Conservancy's Clean
    Water Fund. Your support of the Summer Benefit helps the Nature Conservancy protect and manage
    Long Island's rich environment, including the wetlands, bays, harbors and forests that we all love.

    It is our major fund-raising event in support of clean water and conservation on Long Island.
    Proceeds benefit The Nature Conservancy on Long Island as it protects and restores
    natural areas including bays, harbors and woodlands; transforms how nature is valued
    and used; and inspires people to collective action.

    • Leading Benefactor - $50,000 Two Tables of 10
    • Benefactor - $25,000 One Table of 10
    • Sponsor - $15,000 One Table of 10
    • Benefactor Ticket - $5,000 each
    • Sponsor Ticket - $3,000 each
    • Patron Ticket - $1,000 each
    • Junior Ticket - $250 (ages 21 - 30 only. I.D. required)

    Cocktails at 7:00 followed by a dinner from Ina Garten's beloved cookbooks. Summer Party Dress
    Please contact 631-367-3384 x 138 or alader@tnc.org for more information and to
    purchase tickets! nature.org/summerbenefit

    Sunday, June 26th - 6:30 pm
    A Summer Evening of Jazz
    With Todd Murray

    Rogers Memorial Library Foundation
    Concert + Cocktail Party
    All funds go toward the Library Cafe Project. Please call 631-287-0774 x528 or email
    jcayphoto@aol.com for more information and tickets.

    The Hamptons Parties & Events for July

    Friday, July 1st - 7 to 10 pm (rain date July 3rd)
    28th Annual American Picnic with Grucci Fireworks!!

    1030 Meadow Lane in Southampton
    The Southampton Fresh Air Home will kick off the Fourth of July weekend festivities with its
    28th Annual American Picnic and Grucci fireworks bursting in the air over Shinnecock Bay. The
    spectacular fireworks display ORCHESTRATED TO PATRIOTIC MUSIC is the most anticipated family
    Fourth of July fireworks event in Southampton. Highlights will include a picnic buffet, carts
    filled w/popcorn, ice cream, hot dogs & other all-American treats, arts & crafts and carnival
    booths w/ games and prices on the grounds of a gorgeous ocean-front estate!

    The Southampton Fresh Air Home is a residential camp with a specialized recreation program
    adapted for physically challenged children, the majority of whom will receive scholarships to
    attend. The Picnic raises over 40% of the Home's annual program expenses. Your generosity will
    allow our special children to enjoy a unique and caring summer camping experience filled with
    laughter,love and friendship while at the same time, providing a much deserved rest for their
    families who care for them all year round. For more information please contact Tom Naro at
    631.283.5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org. sfah.org

    Thursday, July 7th - 6 to 7:30
    ART Southampton Platinum VIP Cardholders - 6 pm to 7:30pm
    ART Southampton VIP Cardholders - 7:30 to 10 pm

    Presented by Art Miami
    Nova's Ark Project
    60 Millstone Road in Bridgehampton
    Art Southampton, the Premier International Contemporary & Modern Art Fair and
    marketplace for acquiring the finest investment quality works of art available
    in The Hamptons returns for its 5th year July 7-11. The 2016 edition will feature
    a carefully selected group of 75+ international art galleries exhibiting paintings,
    sculpture, works on paper, photography, video and installation by artists from the
    20th and 21st centuries prior to the Fair opening to the public. Cocktails and hors
    d'oeuvres will served at the Opening Reception. Art Southampton will continue to take
    place in an elegant state-of-the-art 100,000-square-foot pavillion located on the
    sprawling horse farm.

    The evening continues for all Art Southampton VIP cardholders to view and acquire the
    exceptional artworks form the 20th and 21st centuries presented by 75 leading galleries.
    Please call 305.515.8573 or email info@art-southampton.com for more information.

    Thursday, July 7th - 6 to 10 pm
    Art Market VIP Preview Party Benefit
    Market Art + DesignMarket Art + Design

    The Bridgehampton Historical Society Museum
    2368 Montauk Highway
    Main Street in Bridgehampton
    Market Art + Design launches in July 2016 as the evolution of Art Market Hamptons,
    the East End's premier modern and contemporary art fair. Taking place in an exclusive
    new waterfront venue at the stunning designFairview Farm at Mecox, Market Art + Design
    will showcase top tier art presented by the country's best galleries enhanced by a
    striking and tightly curated Design component pulling from dealers and desingers from
    around the world. The art expo will run through July 10th. Preview VIP tickets: $75/person
    Public Fair Hours: General Admission tickets Friday through Sunday: $25/person

    Saturday, July 9th - 5:30 to 8 pm
    HALSEY HOUSE GALA: Celebrate Southampton's Oldest Home

    The Thomas Halsey Homestead
    249 South Main Street in Southampton
    Chair: Linda Stabler-Talty
    Co-Chairs: Peter Hallock + Mrs. Peter A. Salm
    Celebrate the 1640 founding at Southampton's oldest home this year during the 375th
    Anniversary. Enjoy live music, plentiful hors d'oeuvres, an open bar, the 3rd NY Regiment
    in colonial costume, and a silent auction. This museum benefit is often quoted as "the
    most fun you will have all summer!" All are welcome to this fancy lawn party where people
    come dressed in festive clothing to toast one another from the open bar and then dine from
    groaning boards offering fresh made sushi, shrimp the size of lobsters and a variety of savory
    meats and smoked vegetables. Costumed re-enactors dressed as colonial militia give off periodic
    gun salutes while wenches dressed in 18th century gowns entertain guests with fortune telling
    and saucy jokes. Neckties and high heels are not encouraged. Tickets are $125 in advance/$150
    at the door and $50 (21-30) and $20 (20 + under). Please call Executive Director Tom Edmonds
    at 631-283-2494 for more information! southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

    Saturday, July 9th - 7:00 pm
    8th Annual Summer Docs Series
    w/ Series Presenter Alec Baldwin
    Author: The JT Leroy Story

    The John Drew Theater
    Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
    158 Main Street in East Hampton
    Since 2009, the SummerDocs series of highly-anticipated documentary films has become one of
    HIFF's signature events. For 2016's 8th Annual SummerDocs series, three festival favorites
    will screen at Guild Hall. Please save the dates: Saturday, July 9; Saturday, August 6;
    and Saturday, August 27. Following each screening, the director and/or subject(s) of the
    film will participate in a lively and engaging Q&A. HIFF Co-Chair Alec Baldwin and HIFF
    Artistic Director David Nugent co-curate the series.

    AUTHOR: THE JT LEROY STORY takes us down the infinitely fascinating rabbit hole of how
    Laura Albert - like a Cyrano de Bergerac on steroids - breathed not only words, but life,
    into her avatar for a decade. Albert's epic and entertaining account plunges us into a
    glittery world of rock shows, fashion events, and the Cannes red carpet, where LeRoy
    becomes a mysterious sensation. As she recounts this astonishing odyssey, Albert also
    reveals the intricate web spun by irrepressible creative forces within her. Her extended
    and layered JT LeRoy performance still infuriates many; but for Albert, channeling her
    brilliant fiction through another identity was the only possible path to self-expression.
    AUTHOR: THE JT LEROY STORY is an Amazon Studios/Magnolia Pictures release.

    Tickets for the screening: $23 Reserved Seating / $21 Members and are available purchase
    at guildhall.org or at the Guild Hall Box Office . Please visit us at hamptonsfilmfest.org
    or email info@hamptonsfilmfest.org for more information on SummerDocs.

    Saturday, July 9th - 5:30 pm
    25th Annivesary for Annual Rock the Dock!!

    The Long Wharf in Sag Harbor
    5:30 pm VIP Cocktail Reception
    6:00-7:30 pm Awards Presentation and Performance at the Theater
    7:30 pm Tent opens for Cocktails
    8:00 pm Dinner

    Honorary Chairs: Arlene & Alan Alda
    Co-Chairs: Christine Wachter-Campbell & William Campbell
    Honorees: Adrianne & Jerry Cohen, Emma Walton-Hamilton & Steve Hamilton + Patrick Malloy III
    Celebrity Auctioneer: TBA

    • Table for 12: $25,000 includes 12 VIP theater performance
    • Table for 10: $15,000 includes 10 VIP theater performance
    • Table for 10: $10,000
    • Individual Ticket: $1250
    • Young Professionals Ticket (21-40 yrs): $425

    Book now for the Early Bird Special. Includes 6 pm VIP Cocktail Reception, award presentation
    and a special performance. Please call 631.725.0818 for more information and details.

    Saturday, July 9th - 6:30 pm
    Annual Midsummer Party Gala

    Parrish Art Museum
    279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
    HONORING: Barbara J. Slifka
    HONORARY CO-CHAIRS: Emily Mortimer and Alessandro Nivola

    6:30pm - Cocktails
    7:30pm - Dinner
    10:00pm - After Ten Party
    The highlight of The Hamptons' summer social season, this annual event brings together
    almost 1,000 artists, philanthropists, business leaders, and world guests in support
    of the Parrish. Enjoy dinner on the Mildred C. Brinn terrace followed by music and
    dancing in the Lichtenstein Theater. (Tickets for the PCC After Party are for PCC
    members and guests only)

    Deborah F. Bancroft
    Laura Lofaro Freeman and James L. Freeman
    H. Peter Haveles
    Chad A. Leat
    Nicole Miller and Kim Taipale
    Michèle and Steven Pesner
    Robin and Frederic M. Seegal
    Carol and Michael Weisman

    Dinner tickets start at $1,500
    Dinner tables start at $15,000

    Please call 631.283.2118 x 150 or e-mail benefitevents@parrishart.org for more information.

    Saturday, July 9th - 6:30 to 10 pm
    The 12th Annual "A Hamptons Happening"

    Hosted by Maria and Kenneth Fishel and Family
    Private Residence in Bridgehampton
    Event Founding Chairpersons: Marion N. Waxman + Laurie L. Schaffran
    Co-Chair: Karen Amster-Young
    Individual tickets are $350. Millennial Tickets (30 years old and under) are $175.
    New this year is the opportunity to purchase a beautiful, private cabana which will
    include bottle service and is available for eight to sixteen people. Please contact
    Linda B. Shapiro, 631.725.2023 lbspro@optonline.net or Jessica Mackin 516 658-6371 or

    Saturday, July 9th - 6 to 10:30 pm
    St Jude Hope in the Hamptons
    St. Jude Hospital Benefit

    1143 Deerfield Road in Water Mill
    Cocktails, farm fresh fare, live & silent auctions, live entertainment by Majic Music,
    country-chic attire, Hosted by KT McFarland, FOX News National Security Expert, Columnist
    and Commentator.

    St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and
    other life-threatening diseases. Everything we do is centered on our mission. Families never
    receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food - because all a family
    should worry about is helping their child live. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped
    push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to 80% since we opened 50 years ago.
    We are working to drive the overall survival rate for childhood cancer to 90% in the next
    decade. We won't stop until no child dies from cancer. invitation

    Saturday, July 9th - 6 to 10 pm
    Farm to Fork Gala

    Topping Rose House
    One Bridgehampton - Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton
    The Food Pantry Farm Board of Directors Requests the Pleasure of Your Company at The
    Farm to Fork Gala! Cocktail Attire * Live Auction * Entertainment

    Food Pantry Farm was founded in response to the increasing number of East Hampton residents
    who were turning to local food pantries for help. Their mission is to increase access to healthy,
    locally-sourced products and to raise understanding and awareness about hunger on the East End.
    Food Pantry Farm's goal is to bring members of the community together in a common purpose to
    offer food to those who need it. Food Pantry Farm hopes this spirit of giving will resonate
    and continue to grow.

    Tickets on Sale Now! $350 - General Admission + $225 - Junior admission, 21-30 years
    Please contact Betsy Keller at 203-561-6988 or email betsykellerpr@gmail.com for
    more information! foodpantryfarm.org

    Saturday, July 16th - 6 pm
    Celebrating Rush Philanthropic's 17th ART FOR LIFE
    "Back to the Future"

    Fairview Farms in Bridgehampton
    6 pm Cocktails
    7 pm Dinner and Program
    Hosts: Russell Simmons, Danny Simmons, and Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons
    Honoring: Soledad O'Brien, Star Jones, Frank Cooper Iii,
    James Cruz, Debra L. Lee, Suzanne De Passe+ Alex Waislitz
    Featured Artist: Nari Ward
    With Performance By Doug E. Fresh & Music By Dj M.O.S & Dj Kiss
    Individual Tickets from $1,500
    Tables from $15,000

    Russell Simmons, Danny Simmons, and Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons will host Rush Philanthropic Arts
    Foundation the 2016 ART FOR LIFE benefit. The evening will honor Soledad O'Brien, Star Jones,
    Frank Cooper III, James Cruz, Debra L. Lee, Suzannne de Passe, Alex Wailitz and featured artists
    Nari Ward for their support of the arts, career achievements, and overall commitment to our
    communities. Other VIPs confirmed to attend include Gayle King, James Lipton, Bozoma Saint
    John, Dr. Lisa Strohman, Jay Williams, and more.

    The evening, themed "Back to the Future" will feature a performance by Doug E. Fresh and music
    by DJ M.O.S and DJ KISS. Bevy Smith will host the Art For Life Red Carpet. Event sponsors include
    Gold Sponsor Bombay Sapphire, Silver Sponsor Merrill Lynch and Bronze sponsor BET.

    Art For Life is the foundation's primary fundraising vehicle. This event draws over 800 affluent
    guests from backgrounds including entertainment, the arts, finance, media, politics, and more.
    Each year this annual gala becomes more successful raising in excess of $2 million. Join the
    foundation's efforts to provide inner-city youth with exposure to the arts.

    Please call Tracey Doolin or Inez Weinstein at 212.254.6677 or email tdoolin@inezevents.com
    for more information on tickets AND sponsorship opportunities. rushphilanthropic.org

    Saturday, July 16th - 6:30 to 11 pm
    7th Annual Unconditional Love Dinner Dance

    Benefit for Southampton Animal Shelter
    Gin Lane in Southampton
    Hosted by Jean Shafiroff, Chair
    The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation (SASF) will hold its Seventh Annual Unconditional
    Love Gala on Saturday, July 16 with cocktails at 6:30pm and dinner at 7:30pm. Event Chairwoman,
    Jean Shafiroff, will welcome guests to an exciting evening at a magnificent private oceanfront
    hideaway in Southampton, themed around a traditional Hamptons beach soiree. Alex Donner and his
    Orchestra will provide music for the night with dinner catered by Robbins-Wolfe Eventeurs.
    A live auction from Drew De Carvalho and Seth Watsky will offer top prizes including three
    nights at the Peter Island Resort & Spa in the British Virgin Islands and three nights at
    Round Hill Hotel & Villas, Jamaica. Please call Adrienne Walter 631-488-8000 or email
    ul@sasfinc.org for more information. sasfinc.org

    Saturday, July 16th - 6 pm
    SOFO's 27th Annual Summer Gala

    The South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center
    377 Bridgehampton - Sag Harbor Turnpike
    Honoring: The Patsy + Jeff Tarr Family & Anke + Jurgen Freirich
    Guest Hosts: Tracy Anderson & Katie Lee
    Event Chairs: Ann Liguori & Gregg Lippmann
    Featured Guest Chef: Food Network's favorite Chef Alex Guarnaschelli

    6 pm - 7 pm Pre-Event VIP Cocktail Reception
    7 pm - 10 pm Benefit Party & Dancing

    SoFo's most important and exciting benefit of the year! Benefiting SoFo's educational
    and environmental programs & initiatives.

    • $25,000 Grand Benefactor includes: 14 tickets for Pre-event Cocktail Reception & Gala Party
    • $15,000 Special Underwriters includes: 12 tickets for Pre-event Cocktail Reception & Gala Party
    • $10,000 Benefactor includes: 10 tickets for Pre-event Cocktail Reception & Gala Party
    • $5,000 Advocate includes: 5 tickets for Pre-event Cocktail Reception & Gala Party
    • $2,500 Patron includes: 2 tickets for Pre-event Cocktail Reception & Gala Party
    • $1,250 VIP ticket includes: Pre-event Cocktail Reception & Gala Party
    • $400 General Admission includes Gala party from 7 to 10 pm
    • $275 Young Professional Ticket (30 + under)

    For tickets and more information please call SoFo 631.537.9735 or contact Linda Shapiro of LBS
    Productions at 631.725.2023 or lbspro@optonline.net and come! sofo.org

    Friday, July 22nd - 7 to 11 pm
    Dan's 4th Annual GrillHampton

    NYC vs The Hamptons
    19 Horsemill Lane in Bridgehampton - *new location
    Hosted by Adam Richman, TV host, author, food+ travel explorer
    An extravagant event featuring the best local restaurants from NYC and locally in
    The Hamptons for a thrilling Grill-off Competition! VIP access at 7 pm: $185
    - must be 21 to attend - 8 pm tickets are $125 and may be purchased online. Live
    music by East End favorites, New Life Crisis! A portion of this year's ticket proceeds
    from GrillHampton and Taste of Two Forks will benefit All For The East End (AFTEE),
    a 501(c)(3) that showcases and provides support to the more-than 1,000 charity
    organizations in the five East End towns. Please email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com
    or please call 631.227.0188 for more information. danstasteofsummer.com

    Friday, July 22nd - 6 to 8:30 pm
    10th Annual East Hampton Antiques Show Benefit Preview Cocktail Party

    Mulford Farm
    10 James Lane in East Hampton
    In its 10th year, the show will open with early buying ($20) from 9 to 10 a.m. on Saturday,
    July 23, and has general admission from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ($10). On Sunday general admission
    costs $10 and the show is open from 10 in the morning till 5 in the afternoon.

    Aerin Lauder - designer, tastemaker, and modern day style icon - is the Honorary Chairperson
    of the Preview Cocktail Party on Friday, July 22, which offers patrons an early buying
    opportunity from the impressive array of antiques, art, jewelry, and collectibles. Ticket
    proceeds from the Preview Cocktail Party benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.

    The show has 60 dealers who sell antiques, art, jewelry, and collectibles. They are dotted
    across the greensward of the 17th-century Mulford Farm, housed in elegant white tents. The
    focus of the show is on vintage decorative items for the house and garden. Classic rattan
    and bamboo furniture, lighting, textiles, architectural elements, American and European
    country decorated furniture, Art Deco and modern, garden ornaments, wrought-iron accessories,
    industral items, paintings, trade signs, period jewelry, weathervanes, and mirrors will all
    be for sale.

    On Sunday the show is open from 10 am to 5pm. The show offers an on-site cafe for a
    light breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

    Tickets for the Friday night Opening Preview Cocktail Party start at $150 per person
    and enable return visits the following days. Junior Ticket (age 40 and under) are
    priced at $100. Please contact the East Hampton Historical Society at 631.324.6850,
    e-mail at info@easthamptonhistory.org or visit the East Hampton Historical Society's
    office, located at 101 Main Street, East Hampton, from Tuesday to Saturday,
    10am to 5pm. Tickets can be purchased online and may also be purchased at the gate
    the night of the event. easthamptonhistory.org

    Friday, July 22nd - 8 pm
    Casino Night

    Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
    Valet Parking | Air Conditioned Casino Tent | Chic Summer White Attire | DJ & Dance Floor
    "Dinner in Bites" by Stone Creek Inn | Sushi 1 | Braun Seafood Raw Bar + Top Shelf Open Bar
    "Casino Cash" Out: Chinese Auction + Play with Professional Croupiers
    Blackjack | Poker | Roulette | Craps | Slot Machines
    Private Poker Lessons in VIP Sponsor Lounge
    Matt Matros' Sporting Three "World Series of Poker" Championship Bracelets

    • High Roller $25,000 - 25 Tickets & $10,000 in Casino Cash & VIP Sponsor Lounge
    • Royal Flush $15,000 - 15 Tickets & $7,500 in Casino & VIP Sponsor Lounge
    • Full House $10,000 - 10 Tickets & $5,000 Casino Cash & VIP Sponsor Lounge
    • Ace of Spades $5,000 - 8 Tickets & 4,000 Casino Cash & VIP Sponsor Lounge
    • Individual Ticket: $300 with $150 in Casino Cash

    Please call 631.288.1500 for tickets and information. For Sponsorships please call
    Clare Bisceglia, Executive Director at 631.288.2350 X 101 for that information. whbpac.org

    Saturday, July 23rd - 10:30 am to 1:30 pm
    8th Annual Family Fair Fundraiser
    "CMEE Celebrates Heroes"

    From those found in comic books to the firefighters, police officers, teachers and other
    community heroes right here in the East End, we're recognizing the individuals who make an
    impact each and every day! From 10:30am-1:30pm, families will enjoy games, crafts, rides,
    performances, food, and "most importantly" fun!

    Ticket Packages:

    • Superhero ($10,000)
    • Champion ($5,000)
    • Guardian ($2,500)
    • Protector ($1,400)
    • Hero ($700)
    • Adult ticket ($150, $200 at the door)
    • Child ticket ($100, $150 at the door)

    Saturday, July 23rd - 4 to 7 pm
    Gimme Shelter Animal Rescue
    5th Annual Summer Benefit

    Home of Ellen and Chuck Scarborough
    520 First Neck Lane in Southampton
    East End Animal Lovers Unite for a Cause at the private home of Ellen and Chuck
    Scarborough, Emmy Award-winning NBC anchor and correspondent. The event raises
    money for the rescue's efforts to save dogs from kill shelters across the
    country, spay/neuter the dogs, pay for all necessary medical care and find
    them loving forever homes. Chuck Scarborough, animal lover and adopter of two Gimme
    Shelter dogs, will act as master of ceremonies. During the event, attendees will be
    able to enjoy a live music while sipping on cocktails and enjoying passed hors
    d'oeuvres. The event will feature various doggie themed booths and a live and
    silent auction. Between the Bread will be the caterer while Tito's Vodka will offer
    cocktails. Beach Magazine is a media sponsor for this year's event. Tickets to
    the benefit are $200 per person in advance and $250 at the door and may be purchased
    online. Please call 631.903.9215 for more information.

    Saturday, July 23rd - 6 pm
    Chefs & Champagne GALA

    Wolffer Estate Vineyards
    139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
    Chefs & Champagne is the James Beard Foundation's annual summer tasting party, featuring
    flowing Champagne and culinary offerings from a select group of more than 40 celebrated chefs,
    many from JBF Award winning restaurants. Chefs & Champagne raises funds for the philanthropic
    work of the James Beard Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The recipeient of
    the Christian Wolffer Scholarship Program, which supports students pursuing food and wine
    studies, will also be announced at the event.

    Our 2016 honoree is multiple James Beard Award winning chef, author, philanthropist, and
    restaurateur John Besh. Member Price: $200 Public Price: $275 Get your tickets online now
    or please call 212.627.2308 {Reservations Policy!} jamesbeard.org

    Saturday, July 23rd - 6:30 | 7:30 to 10 pm
    6th Annual Dan's Taste of Two Forks

    Fairview Farm at Mecox
    19 Horsemill Lane in Bridgehampton
    VIP Reception 6:30 to 7:30 pm and general admission 7:30 to 10 pm
    Music provided by DJ PHRESH!
    Please join us for this extravagant event featuring the best local restaurants and wineries
    of both the North and South Forks together for one heck of a tasteful evening all under one
    tent! Must be 21 to attend ; )

    Hosted by Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli, Judge on Food Network's Chopped, Chef/Partner of Butter
    restaurant, Cookbook Author of "Old-School Comfort Food" and host of live comedy show Busting
    My Chops.

    Celebrating its 6th year as the East End's leading culinary event, Taste of Two Forks continues
    to proudly spotlight the bounty of both the North and South Forks, featuring bites from oodles
    of top restaurants, sips from celebrated wineries and breweries, noshes from purveyors and more.
    This year, guests will experience a whole new level of luxury as the event moves to a new location
    ar the gracious, sprawling waterfront property of Fairview Farm in Bridgehampton. The Taste of Two
    Forks VIP Experience includes early admission, VIP gift bag, exclusive access to VIP Lounge and
    other treats! If history continues to repeat itself, Taste of Two Forks is poised for a sellout,
    so grab your tickets quickly!

    A portion of this year's ticket proceeds from GrillHampton and Taste of Two Forks will benefit All
    For The East End (AFTEE), a 501(c)(3) that showcases and provides support to the more-than 1,000
    charity organizations in the five East End towns.

    A portion of proceeds will benefit All For The East End. TOTF tickets are $250 for VIP and
    $170 for General Admission, with "Weekend" packages available to attend both nights ranging
    from $275(GA) to $355 (VIP). Please call 631.227.0188 or email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com
    for more information on indvidual tickets and package deals.

    Saturday, July 23rd - 7 to 10 pm
    Starry Night

    Presented by The EllenHermanson Foundation
    Southampton Hospital Grounds
    Old Town Road + Wickapogue Road
    Honoree: Jennifer Finkelstein
    Honorary Chair: Jean Shafiroff
    A Summer Party under the STARS! Dinner, Dancing + Doing The Right Thing!

    Saturday, July 23rd - 6 pm
    Serious Moonlight Gala
    The Longhouse Jubilee 25th Anniversary + Summer Benefit

    Longhouse Reserve
    133 Hands Creek in East Hampton
    Honoring Molly Chappellet + Luanne Wells
    Celebrating Jack Lenor Larsen

    Saturday, July 23rd - 6 to 8:30 pm
    Annual Hampton Designer Showhouse Gala Preview Party

    1597 Noyac Path in Sag Harbor
    House built by: Bodenchak Design and Build
    Traditional Home magazine is once again the media sponsor. It will feature the talents
    and skill of over 25 top interior designers and decorative artists. The show runs from
    Sunday, July 24, 2016 to Monday, September 5, 2016.

    The Hampton Designer Showhouse, now in its fifthteenth year, is a showcase for America's premier
    design talent. 30 interior designers and decorative artists will turn a lavish shingle style
    home into a decorating masterpiece.

    The showhouse raises much needed funds for Southampton Hospital, the only major medical facility
    on the South Fork. This year the Showhouse is offering individual discounted Gala preview
    reservations at $200 each if purchased by June 15th.

    • Marquee at $5000 receives 10 reservations
    • Pergola at $2500 receives 6 reservations
    • Trellis at $1500 receives 4 reservations
    • Sundial at $750 receives 2 reservations
    • Individual at $225 receives 1 reservation

    Individual tickets are $225- discounted to $200 before June 15th. Please call 631.377.3500
    for more info!hamptondesignershowhouse.com.

    Saturday, July 23rd - 7:30 to 10:30 pm
    Teen Club Dance Fundraiser
    A Gala for the Next Generation...

    Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
    Grab your squad and dress to slay for night of dancing, food, and Insta-worthy fun!
    This special, tented party on the Great Lawn is a chance for East End teens to mix
    and mingle as they dine on passed hors d'oeuvres, sip inspired "mock-tails, hit the
    dancefloor, and load up on sweets at a delectable candy/dessert bar. Don't miss what's
    sure to be the most buzzed-about Hamptons event of the summer.

    For more information please call Roberta Shoten at
    631.288-2350 117 or emal RobertaS@whbpac.org to get your tickets!

    Sunday, July 24th - 7:30 pm
    Cesar Millan Live!
    Training Rescue Dogs Live on Stage

    Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
    The world's most recognized dog behaviorist, Cesar Millan, joined by his famous four-legged
    companion, Junior, will share his philosophies, methods and training secrets in this engaging,
    entertaining, funny and inspirational show. You will have the opportunity to see Cesar in action
    as he presents live training demonstrations with multiple dogs. The star of NatGeo WILD's new
    series Cesar 911 and the original host of National Geographic's Dog Whisperer will reveal the
    keys to happier, healthier relationships between humans and their dogs.

    VIP Package: $250 Includes front section seating, meet and greet and photo opportunity with
    Cesar Millan. Limited to 100 patrons. Other Tickets: $200, $150, $95. For more information
    please call Roberta Shoten at 631.288-2350 117 or emal RobertaS@whbpac.org to get your tickets!

    Thursday, July 28th - 6 pm to 8 pm
    Celebrating Paint At The Parrish

    Parrish Art Museum
    279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill
    A Program for Individuals with Alzheimer's Disease
    Honoring the Parrish Art Museum for Their Commitment to Our Community - Alzheimer's
    Disease Resource Center to Host Art For Alzheimer's Cocktail Reception.
    The Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center (ADRC), in collaboration with The Parrish Art
    Museum, recently launched Paint At The Parrish, a program tailored to individuals with
    dementia and/or Alzheimer's disease and their care partners. This is a three hour program
    offered the second Wednesday of each month and runs from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
    The program begins with a discussion in the gallery with a trained facilitator using
    inquiry to engage participation, and continues with art activities in the studio.
    This program is currently serving approximately 30 families each month and is modeled
    after the successful Meet Me at MOMA program in New York City. Paint At The Parrish
    is offered to our local families at no cost. The program is funded through donations,
    as well as proceeds from local fundraising events. Proceeds from this event will benefit
    ADRC's ongoing programs at the Parrish.

    Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities are available and tickets may be purchased for $250
    per person. Guests will enjoy sumptuous hors d'oeuvres provided by Catering By "A Small
    Affair". The event will feature a Raw Bar compliments of Stuart's Seafood Market, Amagansett.
    Flowers and desserts will be provided compliments of Fairview Farm at Mecox. There will be
    special performance compliments of Escola de Samba BOOM. Music will be provided by the
    Vanessa Trouble Quartet.

    Please call Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, ADRC Executive Director & CEO at 631-820-8068 to learn
    more about ADRC, Paint At The Parrish or to purchase tickets. adrcinc.org

    Friday, July 29th - 11 am to 4 pm
    House & Garden Tour

    Sponsored by the WHBPAC Advisory Council
    This stylish self-guided tour may begin at any of its spectacular locations as participants
    flow seamlessly from house to house. With stunning ocean views, breathtaking landscapes and
    exquisite decor, these remarkable homes and properties showcase the full range of beauty and
    architecture on the East End. A delightful lunch at the architecturally winning Quogue Club
    at Hallock House is included for those purchasing the Full-Day package.

    Tickets for Tour: $75 per person
    Tickets for Tour & Luncheon at Quogue Club: $125 per person

    Please note that participants who have purchased the Full Day Package have one hour for lunch
    from the start of their selected time. Additional time will not be allotted for late arrivals.
    For more information please call Roberta Shoten at 631-288-2350 x117 or emal RobertaS@whbpac.org
    to get your tickets! whbpac.org

    Friday, July 29th - 6 to 8 pm
    Midsummer Cocktail Party
    The Thomas Moran Trust Benefit Cocktail Party

    Historical grounds of the Thomas Moran and Mary Nimmo Moran Studio
    229 Main Street in East Hampton Village
    Co-Chairpersons: Hollis Forbes and Michael P. Clifford
    Final Phases of Restoration Celebrated by East End Artistic Luminaries
    The benefit party will celebrate the final phases of this historically sensitive
    restoration project and offer the public a sneak-peek of the interiors, as well
    as access to the outbuildings and grounds. Benefit Committee members include:
    Cindy Sherman, Kim Cattrall, Eric Fischl, April Gornik, Nicole Miller, Edwina
    von Gal, Ralph Gibson, Mary Jane Marcaiano, and Lucy Wintor - among others.

    In 1885, the great American landscape painter, Thomas Moran, and his wife, Mary
    Nimmo, a celebrated printmaker, and their children moved into their new studio
    and house that Moran himself designed on East Hampton's historical Main Street.
    The Studio, as it's been known since the Moran family first occupied it, comprises
    Thomas Moran's studio and the rooms they lived in, as well as the gardens and

    The Moran Studio was the first artist's studio built in East Hampton and played
    a significant role in American art history. Described as "a quirky, Queen Anne
    style studio cottage - and the first experimental domestic architecture on Long
    Island," in its heyday The Studio was a lively center of the turn-of-the-19th-century
    art colony.

    Overlooking the Village Green and Town Pond, the property offers one of the most
    distinguished vistas on Long Island's East End and serves as the gateway to East
    Hampton's Main Street Historic District. In 1965, the Thomas Moran Studio became
    one of the first National Historic Landmarks in America - the highest recognition
    accorded by the U.S. Department of the Interior to the nation's most historically
    significant properties.

    Tickets for In the Artist's Garden benefit cocktail party start at $250 and can
    be bought online at www.thomasmorantrust.org. Junior Tickets (ages 40 and under)
    are specially priced at $150 each and can be purchased by calling the office of
    the Thomas Moran Trust at 631.324.0100. thomasmorantrust.org

    Saturday, July 30th - 8 am (rain or shine!)
    Walk of Hope

    Southampton Cultural Center
    25 Pond Lane in Southampton
    HDRF is working to change that. Through innovative research we are at the forefront of
    finding answers and defeating depression. We walk to raise awareness that:

    • depression affects 1 in 10 adults each year
    • depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide
    • the causes of depression are still unknown
    • 50% of people do not respond to existing medications

    The Walk of Hope is a 3 mile Walk hosted by the Hope for Depression Research Foundation.
    100% of proceeds from the Walk of Hope benefit groundbreaking depression research at leading
    medical institutions in the US and Canada.

    The Walk of Hope expects over 200 walkers to participate in the event. Participants come from
    all The Hamptons' communities. Depression affects everyone, directly or indirectly. The World
    Health Organization declared that depression is the #1 reason for disability worldwide. The
    walk will be a morning of great hope and promise, and we hope you will be there to participate!

    Please note: It is necessary for each participant to complete a waiver. Please provide an email
    address for each participant to be sent an electronic waiver form. Start Time: Check- in begins
    at 8:00AM, the Walk starts at 9:00AM Price: $50.00 Walk Fee. Registration Online registration
    ends July 29, 2016 at 12:00PM. hopefordepression.org

    Saturday, July 30th - 12 Noon to 6 pm
    19th Annual SUPER SATURDAY

    Ovarian Cancer Research Fund's (OCRF) Benefit
    Hosted By: Donna Karan, Gabby Karan de Felice + Kelly Ripa Presented by QVC
    Nova's Ark Project on Scuttlehole Road in Water Mill
    Super Saturday is OCRF's fun-filled daylong fundraiser, complete with a one-of-a-kind designer
    garage sale, kids' carnival and activities, a luxury raffle and gourmet treats. Once dubbed
    "the Rolls Royce of garage sales," the most anticipated element of Super Saturday is the fashion
    garage sale, which includes merchandise from over 200 prominent designers that have included
    Donna Karan, Theory, alice + olivia, Diane von Furstenberg, Helmut Lang and Ralph Lauren.

    Ticket prices for Super Saturday 19 are $450 (regular), $650 (preview) or $850 (VIP preview)
    for adults, and $150 for children ages 5-16. Children under the age of 5 will be admitted free
    of charge. VIP preview tickets include access to an exclusive pre-shopping hour from 12 noon to
    1 o'clock pm, VIP tent access and a goodie bag. Preview tickets include access to an exclusive
    pre-shopping hour from 12:00PM - 1:00PM and a goodie bag. Tables and sponsor packages are
    available beginning at $2,500. For more information on ticket purchases and media inquiries,
    please contact London Misher Public Relations at 212.759.2800 or email email Katie Dillon at OCRF.

    Saturday, July 30th - 6 pm to 12 Midnight
    23rd Annual Watermill Summer Benefit & Auction

    The Water Mill Center
    39 Water Mill Towd Road in Water Mill
    The Watermill Center will once again bring together the worlds of theater, art, fashion,
    design, and society for The 23rd Annual Watermill Center Summer Benefit. Watermill
    International Summer Program Participants come from over 25 countries to create
    installations and performances throughout the eight and a half acres of grounds
    during the event. The funds raised will support The Watermill Center's year round
    Artist Residency Programs, providing a unique environment for young and emerging
    artists to explore and develop new work.

    • Cocktail Ticket: $500 cocktail hours between 6:00-8:00pm
    • Contributor Ticket: $1,250
    • Donor Tickets: $1,500
    • Patron Table for 10: $15,000
    • Benefactor Table for 10: $25,000
    • Distinguished Benefactor Table for 10: $50,000
    For more information on sponsorship benefits or to purchase tickets over the phone,
    please contact Elise Herget at 212.253.7484 x10 or benefit@watermillcenter.org.

    Saturday, July 30th
    Inaugural Dan's ClambakeMTK at Gurney's Montauk

    Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa
    290 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk
    Hosted by Chef Marc Murphy, Judge on Food Network's Chopped
    To add something fresh and unexpected to this beloved festival, Dan's Taste of Summer has
    unveiled one of the most anticipated new events of the season with Dan's ClambakeMTK at
    Gurney's Montauk Resort! Dan's ClambakeMTK will celebrate the beach life, coastal cuisine
    and everything that makes Montauk the hottest destination of the season on the East Coast.
    This beachy-chic affair will be hosted by none other than Chef Marc Murphy, Judge on Food
    Network's Chopped, Benchmarc Restaurants (Landmarc + Ditch Plains), Kingside, Grey Salt
    and author of "Season with Authority: Confident Home Cooking," who will be joined by Eden
    Grinshpan of Cooking Channel's Eden Eats, to co-host this dazzling and delicious night.

    The evening is enhanced with Dan's ClambakeMTK's VIP After-Party at Gurney's Montauk
    where a live DJ will spin the hottest music of the year over gourmet late-night food
    and drink. Dance the night away and enjoy refreshing craft cocktails shaken from the
    best mixologists around. VIP After-Party guests will enjoy exclusive perks and treats
    for a truly unforgettable summer weekend.

    • 668 The Gigshack
    • American Cut
    • Beach Club
    • Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market
    • Events by Peter Ambrose
    • Gosman's Dock
    • Lugo Cucina
    • Lynn's Hula Hut
    • Muse at the End
    • Ruschmeyer's
    • Scarpetta Beach
    • Seamore's
    • Smokin' Wolf BBQ
    • The Lobster Roll
    • Westlake Fish House
    • ...and more!!

    General Admission tickets available for $150, including from 7:30 pm to 10 pm. VIP tickets
    available for $250 including access to the main event and the the exclusive After-Party
    from 10 pm to Midnight (food, beverage & gift bags included). A portion of this year's
    ticket proceeds will benefit local Montauk charities. Please call 631-668-2345 for
    more information and to buy tickets. danstasteofsummer.com

    Sunday, July 31st - 5 pm
    Hayground Chefs Dinner

    Jeff's Kitchen at Hayground School
    151 Mitchell's Lane in Bridgehampton
    Honoring chef Claudia Fleming and restaurateur Toni Ross
    World-renowned five-star chefs gather to celebrate Hayground School's 20th Anniversary, and
    raise much-needed financial aid for the school, which incorporates the Edible Garden/Kitchen
    Science program into its curriculum on its pastoral Bridgehampton grounds. This year the
    dinner honors Chef Claudia Fleming of North Fork Table & Inn, and Toni Ross, co-owner Nick
    & Toni's and co-founder of Hayground School.

    Creating the incredible meal in Jeff's Kitchen for a celebrity guest list are culinary luminaries:

    Josh Capon of Lure Fishbar, Bowery Meat Company, Tom Colicchio of Crafted Hospitality, Elizabeth
    Falkner (chef/author), Alex Guarnaschelli Butter, Abigail Hitchcock of Camaje Bistro, Marc Meyer
    of Cookshop, Hundred Acres + Rosie's, Christian Mir of Stone Creek Inn, Joe Realmuto of Honest
    Man + Nick + Tony's, Jason Weiner of Almond + L & W Oyster Company

    5 Cocktails on the Lawn

    6 DINNER IN JEFF'S KITCHEN includes MEET THE CHEFS cocktail party PLUS
    4 Course sit down dinner, live auction

    Dinner tickets: $1200. All proceeds benefit the Hayground School's Jeff's Kitchen and
    the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. Please call 631.537.7068 x 113 or go online top purchase
    tickets! LIMITED so RSVP early!

    The Hamptons Parties & Events for August

    Thursday, August 4th - 5 to 8 pm
    Food Pantry Farm SUMMER BBQ Benefit

    Help us celebrate another great year at the farm! From a handful of volunteers with one
    acre of land and a borrowed tractor -- to 5 acres, with greenhouses, our own equipment,
    and the lease on the farm stand on Long Lane. We have come a long way and we owe a great
    deal to our loyal supporters whose ceaseless devotion has taken us far. Last year we
    were able to rent an historic Barn to house our staff and interns - it made all the
    difference in recruiting talented summer help in this community where housing costs
    in season are prohibitive. We are finally on firm ground and now have the resources
    housing projects as well as a working family CSA, all to increase access to our
    nutritious organic produce.

    Thirty friends and supporters attended our first BBQ event in 2010. By 2015, one hundred
    and seventy-five attended and were wined and dined with delicious fare created by our friends
    at L'Atelier Vert, we listened to a trio from Sylvester Manor, and watched a beautiful sunset.
    No guarantees, but we'll try to do even better this year.


    • Friend of the Farm: $125
    • Supporter of the Farm: $250
    • Patron of the Farm: $500
    • Best Friend of the Farm ("BFF"): $1000
    Seating may be limited, so reserve early. We thank you sincerely for all you have done, and
    look forward to seeing you on the 4th. Raindate: Sunday, August 7th, 5-8 pm.

    Saturday, August 6th - 8 am
    Paddle For Pink Paddle Board Race

    Havens Beach in Sag Harbor
    Sunset Party at 7 pm
    Fairview Farm
    269 Horsemill Lane in Bridgehampton
    Hosted by Gwyneth Paltrow
    Special guests: Gabrielle Reece + Laird Hamilton
    Special Performace by Nile Rodgers and the Ladies of CHIC
    DJ Set by Internationally Acclaimed Brendan Fallis
    Please call 646.497.2640 or email lyoo@bcrfcure.org for more information.

    Saturday, August 6th - 9 am to 4 pm RAIN OR SHINE!!
    Guild Hall's Closthesline Art Sale

    Since 1946, Guild Hall has proudly hosted the annual Clothesline Art Sale, a community
    event that showcases original works by East End artists. Nearly 400 artists enter the
    sale each year, with their work attracting thousands of art lovers looking for the next
    de Kooning, Prince, or Sherman. Works range in price from $50 to $2,000, with all proceeds
    split 50/50 between the artist and Guild Hall. Proceeds from the sale benefit Guild Hall
    of East Hampton. The sale is made possible by an amazing group of dedicated volunteers.
    Free Admission to the sale. (Extra Parking at the corner of Maidstone and James Lane).
    please call the Special Events Department at 631.324.0806 x 13 or 14 for more info.

    Saturday, August 6th - 7:30 pm
    8th Annual Summer Docs Series
    w/ Series Presenter Alec Baldwin
    Betting On Zero

    The John Drew Theater
    Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
    158 Main Street in East Hampton
    Since 2009, the SummerDocs series of highly-anticipated documentary films has become one of
    HIFF's signature events. For 2016's 8th Annual SummerDocs series, three festival favorites
    will screen at Guild Hall. Please save the dates: Saturday, July 9; Saturday, August 6;
    and Saturday, August 27. Following each screening, the director and/or subject(s) of the
    film will participate in a lively and engaging Q&A. HIFF Co-Chair Alec Baldwin and HIFF
    Artistic Director David Nugent co-curate the series.

    Allegations of corporate criminality and high-stakes Wall Street vendettas swirl throughout
    this riveting financial docu-thriller fromwriter-directorTed Braun. Controversial hedge fund
    titan Bill Ackman is on a crusade to expose global nutritional giant Herbalife as the largest
    pyramid scheme in history while Herbalife execs claim Ackman is a market manipulator out to
    bankrupt them and make a killing off his billion dollar short. Caught in the crossfire are
    middle Americans forging their financial future, working class Latino's seeking justice,
    and a business model affecting the lives of millions around the world. BETTING ON ZERO
    weaves uncertainty, deception, hubris, intrigue, and greed in a surprising, deeply
    emotional dive into the world of money, fraud and the American Dream. Director Ted
    Braun (DARFUR NOW) will join Baldwin and Nugent for a conversation after the film.

    Tickets for the screening: $23 Reserved Seating / $21 Members and are available purchase
    at guildhall.org or at the Guild Hall Box Office . Please visit us at hamptonsfilmfest.org
    or email info@hamptonsfilmfest.org for more information on SummerDocs.

    Saturday, August 6th - 6:30 to 11 pm
    Southampton Hospital's 58th Annual Summer Party

    Join us under the AIR-CONDITIONED dinner tent at the corner of Wickapogue and Old Town Road
    in Southampton for a night of cocktails, dinner and dancing!

    The festive evening, emceed by Chuck Scarborough, will benefit Southampton Hospital's Jenny
    and John Paulson Emergency Department, which is the sole provider of emergency care on the
    South Fork, treating more than 25,000 people annually.

    Chaired by Hollis and James Forbes & Bill Ford and Marigay McKee
    Master of Ceremonies: Chuck Scarborough + CEO of Southampton Hospital - Robert Chaloner
    Music: Groove Society
    Decor + Elegant Catered Dinner: Laurence Scott Events

    Table sponsorhips begin at $7,500 and tickets are $500 per person. Tickets are not sold at
    the door and must be purchased in advance to guarantee seating. For more information please
    call 631-726-8700 x3 or email klucas@southamptonhospital.org. southamptonhospital.org

    Saturday, August 6th - 7 to 11 pm
    The Playhouse Gala

    Montauk Playhouse
    Honorees: George F. Biondo and Perry Duryea III
    Join us for dinner, dancing, drinks and a lively auction in support of the Montauk Playhouse
    Community Center Foundation's fundraising efforts to construct an Aquatic and Cultural Center
    in the historic Montauk Playhouse! This year's Gala will feature delicious and plentiful fare
    via stations and passed hors d'oeuvres. And, as always, you can look forward to wonderful drinks,
    dancing, auctions and fabulous live entertainment.

    • Ditch Plains $50,000.00
    • Atlantic Terrace $25,000.00
    • Hither Hills $10,000.00
    • Navy Road $5,000.00
    • Gin Beach $2,500.00
    • Premier Ticket $500.00
    • Individual-Ticket $350.00

    Purchase tickets or contact The Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation to learn more
    about Sponsorship Opportunities. Please email admin@montaukplayhouse.org or call
    631.668.1124 for more information. montaukplayhouse.org

    Saturday, August 6th - 6 to 11 pm
    A Night under the Stars Benefit

    Campbell Stables
    West Pond Drive in Bridgehampton
    Special Guests:
    Arnaud de Champvigy + 50Cent + Yong Jo Ji + Dascha Polanco + Charlotte McKinney
    Music by DJ IRIE
    This is to benefit Starkey Hearing Foundation + Needlers Foundation + The Long Island
    Council for Alcoholism & Drug Dependency (LICADD). Hors d'oeuvres hours, mingle with
    Hall of Fame athletes, celebrities and politicians. The cocktail affair will feature
    a Fashion Show and silent auction. The main event will have amazing performances by
    Grammy Award winning artists and celebrity icons. The food will be prepared by local
    celebrity chefs- the amuse-bouches and entree pieces promist to tickle and dazzle
    the guests' palates.

    • Diamond Sponsor - 100K
    • Platinum Sponsor - 50K
    • Gold Sponsor - 25K
    • Silver Sponsor - 10K
    • Silver Sponsor - 10K
    • Bronze Sponsor - 5K
    • Bronze Sponsor - 5K
    • Diamond Individual Sponsor - 2,500
    • Gold Individual Full Admission - 1,000
    • Gold Individual Full Admission - 1,000
    • Cocktail Event - 500
    • Cocktail Event - 500

    Please call Noe Brown at 631.237.5572 or email noe@bridgehamptonbenefit.com for more information
    and to buy tickets. bridgehamptonbenefit.com

    Saturday, August 6th - 6 to 9 pm
    DIFFA | Out East - Hamptons Design Auction

    west | out east
    25 Newtown Lane (courtyard) in East Hampton
    The 3rd annual DIFFA Hamptons Design Auction. Join Cindy Allen, Editor in Chief of Interior
    Design magazine, and Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) at the west | out east
    showroom for drinks, hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction of incredible home decor to benefit
    the fight against AIDS. Please rsvp by phone 631-324-3103 or email contact@westouteast.com
    for more information. diffaouteast.splashthat.com

    Sunday, August 7th - 4 pm
    Through Farms + Fields
    Annual Peconic Landtrust Summer Benefit

    Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett
    Honoring the Conservation Accomplishments of John de Cuevas and Margaret de Cuevas
    Master of Ceremonies: George Hirsch
    Supper by Honest Catering featuring Nick and Toni's Joseph Realmuto
    Secret Box donated by Susan Rockefeller & Protect What Is Precious

    2016 Tickets & Sponsorship Levels:

    • Land Steward: $25,000 (includes a table for 10)
    • Conservation Champion: $15,000 (includes a table for 10)
    • Benefactor: $10,000 (includes a table for 10)
    • Patron: $5,000 (includes 6 tickets)
    • Friend: $1,000 (includes 2 tickets)
    • Individual tickets: $300

    If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact either Yvette DeBow-Salsedo or
    Lisa Pepe at 631.283.3195. Journal ads also available: $250 to $1,000 To reserve tickets,
    please contact Robin Harris at 631.283.3195 ext. 19 or RHarris@PecoincLandTrust.org.

    Friday, August 12th - 5 to 11 pm
    Guild Hall's Annual SUMMER GALA

    Guild Hall
    158 Main Street in East Hampton
    5:00 Exclusive Exhibition Preview of Aspects of Minimalism at the Museum
    7:00 Cocktails at private home
    8:00 Dinner followed by Live Auction + Dancing
    Join us for an exclusive exhibition preview, convivial evening of music, dancing, dining,
    and an exhilarating live art auction. Truly a unique Hamptons experience! Exclusive VIP
    preview of the Aspects of Minimalism exhibition for gala guests at Guild Hall from 5-7pm.
    Cocktails and tented sit down dinner immediately to follow at a private home. Join us
    for a convivial evening of music, dancing, dining, and an exhilarating live art auction.
    Truly one of the most elegant and unique experiences in The Hamptons!

    • Sponsor Table 10 registrants $25,000.00
    • Benefactor Table 10 registrants $15,000.00
    • Patron Table 10 registrants $12,000.00
    • Sponsor Ticket 1 registrant $2,500.00
    • Benefactor Ticket 1 registrant $1,500.00
    • Patron Ticket 1 registrant $1,200.00
    • Young Patron Ticket 1 registrant $500.00 (for young patron's 21-40 only)
    • Young Patron Cocktails Only 1 registrant $100.00 (for young patron's 21-40 only)
    • Young Patron Dancing and Dessert 1 registrant $50.00 (for young patron's 21-40 only)

    For additional information, contact the Special Events Office at 631-324-0806.

    Friday, August 12th - 6 to 9 pm
    Chefs + Champagne for Elephants
    Hosted by Georgina Bloomberg + Cornelia Guest
    In conjunction with Veterinarians International
    Honoring: Christie Brinkley

    The Baker House
    181 Main Street in East Hampton
    The world elephant day reception for Veterinarians International (VI) will be held at the
    renowned Baker House in East Hampton. The evening will begin at 7:00 pm (with VIP Cocktail
    Reception at 6:00 pm), and will be chaired by Antonella Bertello, Georgina Bloomberg (honorary)
    and Cornelia Guest. The presentation, from 7:30 to 8:00 pm, includes a short film and an
    honorary award presented to Christie Brinkley for her passionate humanitarianism, achievements
    in animal advocacy, and leadership in championing the cause of elephants. A feature presentation
    of a Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to Asian elephant expert Richard Lair who will be
    attending from Thailand. Special awards will bepresented by artist Alexis Rockman. Guests will
    be enjoy champagne by Louis Roederer, whiskey by Clyde May's, exquisite cuisine by Best Chefs
    of America Chef Maurizio Marfoglia, Chef Elisabeth Johansson of Swedish Culinary Summer, and
    a special champagne pairing course by Amagansett's award-winning food writer and chef Jodi
    Moreno of What's Cooking Good Looking. The evening will focus on VI's Asian elephant veterinary
    care program, which includes the building of two mobile elephant clinics at Boon Lott's Elephant
    Sanctuary (BLES) and its surrounding community in Sukhothai, and the Surin Elephant Kingdom in
    Thailand, as well as an EEHV (Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus) disease surveillance program
    for baby elephants who are at risk of this fatal virus. The two clinics will provide urgently
    needed services to 265 captive elephants in these remote regions, and be a model of excellence
    for their mahouts (caretakers), by teaching compassionate treatment and proper standards of care.
    The program costs $200 000 to build.

    Tickets are $250 and include food and drink. VIP tickets are $500 and include a cocktail reception
    from 6-7 pm, as well as two tickets to the Sunday When Elephants Were Young film screening, the
    $1000 package includes naming opportunities on the organization's website. Sponsorship levels range
    from $2,500 to $50,000 with an opportunity to name one of the two Mobile Elephant Clinics after a
    person or organization. The evening's single live auction item will be a week excursion with VI's
    Founding President, Dr. Scarlett Magda helping elephants (and other animals) in Thailand.
    Veterinarians International (VI) is a network of committed medical professionals who use their
    sound veterinary experience to reduce the illness and suffering of animals globally. In
    collaboration with local groups, they share their skills and expertise, as well as financial
    support. VI provides training programs in animal health, food production, nutrition, husbandry,
    and disease control, to empower community members to improve their own conditions.

    For Sponsorship and Naming opportunities please email info@vetsinternational.org or call
    646-893-8280. To learn more about Veterinarians International, to purchase tickets or to make
    a donation you can go online. vetsinternational.org

    Saturday, August 13th - 12 noon to 5 pm
    Harlem in The Hamptons

    Eastville Community Historical Society Heritage House
    139 Hampton Street in Sag Harbor
    The Harlem Cultural Archives will recognize the numerous accomplishments of Drs. Kenneth B. and
    Mamie Phipps Clark and the 70th Anniversary of the Northside Center for Child Development at +
    their annual Harlem event.

    The Clarks were the first African-Americans to obtain their doctoral degrees in psychology from
    Columbia University. Kenneth B. Clark was the first African-American tenured full professor at
    the City College of New York, the first African-American to be president of American Psychological
    Association and the first African-American appointed to the New York State Board of Regents.

    The mission of the Harlem Cultural Archives (HCA) is to create, maintain and grow a remotely
    accessible, online, interactive repository of audio-visual materials documenting Harlem's
    remarkable and varied multicultural legacies, including its storied past as well as its
    continuing contributions to the City and State of New York, the nation, and the world.
    Dr. Elaine Shulman, a student who was mentored by Dr. Kenneth Clark will present a plaque
    to Northside CEO, Thelma Dye, Phd. on behalf of the HCA and the Honorable Judge W. Franc
    Perry will present proclamations to Dr. Dye from several elected officials that represent

    For the past five years, the HCA has collaborated with "Harlem in The Hamptons" founders Jackie
    Vaughn, Beryl & Harry Banks and Gladys Barnes in celebrating the contributions of such achievers
    as Dr. R. Chester Redhead, Dr. Oliver Holder, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, the Harlem
    Hellfighters, Judge W. Franc Perry, and the Mid-Manhattan Branch of the NAACP.

      HCA's Executive Board is comprised of Glenn A. Hunter, Co-Executive Director, Board Chair, Community
    Activist and Educator; Keith A. Hunter, MD, Community Health Advocate, Film Producer, Co-Executive
    Director and Board Member; and Ken Sargeant, Media Producer, Community Historian, Co-Executive
    Director and Board Member. For more info about the Harlem Cultural Archives: harlemcultural.org

    Saturday, August 13th - 5 o'clock
    12th Annual Authors Night Benefit Event

    Gardiner Farm
    36 James Lane, East Hampton
    Founding Honorary Co-Chairs: Alec Baldwin + Barbara Goldsmith
    Authors Reception from 5 to 7:30 pm + Dinner begins at 8
    The "Premier Literary Event of The Hamptons" has grown over its ten-year history to become
    one of the most successful celebrations of books and authors in America, featuring 100 authors
    across all genres.

    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! The proceeds of the books purchased at the event go directly to the
    Library as a donation. You're in for a wonderful surprise when you join the party at a lovely
    home in The Hamptons. 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.

    Authors Night is a lavish fundraiser to benefit the East Hampton Library. Tickets range in price
    from $100 for the cocktail hour only and $300 up to $2500 for the more popular dinner parties.
    All proceeds go directly to the Library. Beginning in 2005 with a handful of dinners and a few
    hundred attendees, it has grown to be the premier literary event of The Hamptons with over 160
    authors and more than 1,000 people in attendance. To purchase dinner tickets, please call
    631-907-0106or email sheila_rogers@easthamptonlibrary.org. authorsnight.org

    Saturday, August 13th - 6 to 8 pm
    10th Annual Get Wild! Annual Summer Benefit for
    The Evenlyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center

    The Channing Family Sculpture Garden
    639 Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton
    Live Music, Cocktails and Light Fare + Silent Art Auction on 501 Auctions
    HOSTED BY Molly Channing of Channings Daughters Vineyards
    Honoring Ingrid Arneberg and Will Marin
    Honorary Co-Chairs: Frances Cole Jones and Cornelia Guest
    Benefit Committee: Mary Beauchamp, Liz Brown, Ingrid Edelman, Jane Gill, Linda Lambert,
    Maryann Marston, Dianne Marxe, Suzanne Obser, Avis Richards, Ellen & Chuck Scarborough,
    SunHe Sherwood-Dudley, Beth Ostrosky Stern, MarcY Warren
    Guests will enjoy live music along with cocktails and light fare. Moreover, for the first time,
    there will be a VIP cocktail partyto welcome the 2016 sponsors. All guests are welcome to the
    cocktail party featuring live animals. A silent auction will be available for bidding, on
    smartphones and iPads, at the501 Auctionswebsiteleading up to the event and for guests during
    the event. Items for auction include: Birds with Wisteria watercolor painting on silk by Ingrid
    Arneberg, Montauk photograph by Ann Weismanand the Wonderbronze figure with steel base by Gwen Marcus.
    Other notable items for auction include paintings, photography and sculptures from: John A. Bell,
    Barbara Bilotta, Tim Cole, Vito DeVito, Dr. Robert Dressdale, April Gornik, Sylvia Hommert, Bill
    Kinney, Dianne Marxe, Barbara Maslen, Terry Nestle, Connie Oshrin, Christopher Paparo, Herb Simeone,
    Clarissa Payne Uvegi and Brian Wasarhaley. Additionally, once-in-a-lifetime experience packages
    such as getaways and dinner reservations, sports memorabilia, signed by sports icons Muhammad Ali,
    Pele plus Peyton Manning, and beautiful designer jewelry will be available for bidding.

    Please call 631.728.WILD (9453) for more information and to buy tickets!

    Friday, August 19th - 6 to 8:30 pm
    Artists & Writers Pre-Game Party!

    You're invited to meet the players at our Pre-Game Party at LTV Studio in Wainscott
    FEATURING: Live and silent auctions + food from local restaurants - wine and beer

    Saturday, August 20th - 2 pm {batting practice at 12 noon}
    Artists and Writers Annual Charity Softball Game

    Herrick Park in East Hampton
    Artists, writers, celebrities and fans will gather once again to compete in the Annual Artists
    and Writers Celebrity Softball Game! The longest running charity event in The Hamptons! Thousands
    have come to watch the celebs battle it out on the ball field to raise money for East End Hospice,
    East Hampton Day Care Learning Center, Phoenix House of Long Island and The Retreat.

    The game's hall of fame includes: Alan Alda, Ken Auletta, Alec Baldwin, Ben Bradlee, Carl Bernstein,
    Steven Breyer, Josh Charles, Bill Clinton, Charles Gwathmey, Chevy Chase, Christie Brinkley, Willem
    de Kooning, Mark Feuerstein, Eli Wallach, Ed Burns, Kristin Davis, B Smith, Matthew Broderick, Rod
    Gilbert, James Lipton, Marty Lyons, Mike Lupica, Jackson Pollack, Paul Simon, Peter Jennings, Juliet
    Papa, Regis Philbin, Lori Singer, Roy Scheider, Dick Cavett, Yogi Berra, Donny Deutsch, Countess
    LuAnn de Lesseps, Rudy Giuliani, Jim Leyritz, Jean Reno and Mort Zuckerman.

    Saturday, August 20th - 6:30 pm
    {save the date...save a life}

    ARF Adoption Center
    91 Daniels Hole Road in Wainscott
    Cocktails at 6:30 pm
    Dinner at 8 pm
    Cocktails + Dinner + Dancing to the Peter Duchin Orchestra
    ARF's Champion of Animals Award will be presented by Katharina Otto-Bernstein.
    A silent and live auction all make for an evening to remember + benefit ARF's
    life-saving mission. Tickets start at $500. Tickets can be purchased at the ARF
    Adoption Center and the ARF Thrift Shop or by calling 631.537.0400 x219 or email
    jean@arfhamptons.org for more information. arfhamptons.org

    Saturday, August 20th - 6:30 + 7:30 to 10 pm
    7th Annual Dan's HARVEST EAST END Wine + Food Classic

    McCall Vineyard and Ranch in Cutchogue
    Organized by Dan's Papers and the Long Island Wine Council
    Hot off the heels of Dan's Taste of Summer, where more than 2,000 hungry Hamptonites
    came to revel in the best bites of the East End, Dan's is excited to roll into the
    summer's next hot event, celebrating the bounty of the Long Island Wineries. Nearly
    40 wineries and 20 top East End chefs have teamed up to showcase Long Island's burgeoning
    economy by pairing local grapes with local flavors.

    Hosted by Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian of Food Network's Chopped, The Kitchen, Top 5 and his
    newest primetime hit, Cooks vs Cons, author of celebrated cookbook "My Perfect Pantry," and
    Chef/Owner of The Lambs Club, The National in NYC, The National in Greenwich, CT, The Water
    Club at Borgata in Atlantic City and the soon to open Georgie and The Garden Bar at Montage
    Beverly Hills.

    The VIP Experience includes early admission, premium parking, VIP gift bag, exclusive access
    to VIP Lounge and other treats! Please call 1.800.838.3006 or email info@longislandmerlot.com
    for more information. danstasteofsummer.com

    Sunday, August 21st - 9 am Sharp!
    21st Anuual Ellen's Run Race Day

    Parrish Memorial Hall
    Southampton Hospital
    Meeting House Lane in Southampton

    Saturday, August 27th - 4 to 8
    16th Annual Box Art Auction
    to Benefit East End Hospice

    St. Luke's Episcopal Church
    18 James Lane in East Hampton
    Prominent artists from our community incorporate either a wine box or a cigar box to create
    unique, collectible works of art which will be included in either the silent or the live auction.
    All proceeds will benefit East End Hospice, which provides care for terminally ill patients,
    their families and loved ones living on the North and South Forks of Long Island, including
    the Eastern Suffolk County townships of Brookhaven. For additional information on preview
    reception on Wednesday prior please contact Theresa Murphy at the East End Hospice at
    631.288.7080 or email tmurphy@eeh.org. eeh.org

    Saturday, August 27th - 7:30 pm
    8th Annual Summer Docs Series
    w/ Series Presenter Alec Baldwin
    A Perfect Candidate

    The John Drew Theater
    Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
    158 Main Street in East Hampton
    Since 2009, the SummerDocs series of highly-anticipated documentary films has become one of
    HIFF's signature events. For 2016's 8th Annual SummerDocs series, three festival favorites
    will screen at Guild Hall. This is the last of the series of Summer Docs for this season
    Following each screening, the director and/or subject(s) of the film will participate in
    a lively and engaging Q&A. HIFF Co-Chair Alec Baldwin and HIFF Artistic Director David
    Nugent co-curate the series.

    Sometimes horrifying, often hilarious, A PERFECT CANDIDATE is a twisted journey into the
    underbelly of American politics. In 1994 former Marine Oliver North re-emerged from the
    Iran-Contra scandal to run for the U.S Senate to spark one of modern politics' most
    outrageous elections. In the hotly contested race between North and incumbent Chuck Robb
    - who played Charlie Brown to Ollie's Elvis - filmmakers R.J. Cutler and David Van Taylor
    were granted astonishing access to the back room games played by the candidates, their
    handlers, and the press. The result is a revealing, chilling and darkly funny look into
    the modern political process. Sometimes called the "evil twin" of the Pennebaker/Hegedus
    classic THE WAR ROOM, A PERFECT CANDIDATE screened in over 70 theaters nationwide, and
    on Channel 4 UK; and was nominated for an Emmy and short-listed for an Oscar. Its 2004
    DVD release confirmed the film's lasting value, and prompted The Onion to call it
    "brilliant, riveting, and unforgettable...a great film about American elections and
    the people who control them," while The New Yorker declared, "It couldn't be more
    relevant." Directors R.J. Cutler (THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE) and David Van Taylor (ADVISE
    & DISSENT) will join Alec Baldwin and David Nugent in conversation following the screening.

    Tickets for the screening: $23 Reserved Seating / $21 Members and are available purchase
    at guildhall.org or at the Guild Hall Box Office . Please visit us at hamptonsfilmfest.org or email
    info@hamptonsfilmfest.org for more information on SummerDocs.

    Save the Date!
    Saturday, August 27th - 8 to 11 pm

    Private Residence in The Hamptons
    Co-Chairs: Julie and William Macklowe + Chris McCarthy
    Performance by FIFTH HARMONY + DJ CASSIDY
    Presenting Sponsor: bai + VH1

    The Foundation's Hamptons Benefit returns for its third year for an evening of
    entertainment that acknowledges the importance of music in the schools. VH1 Save
    The Music Foundation Board Member Julie Macklowe and her husband Billy will co-chair
    the event with Chris McCarthy. Each year, the benefit brings together Foundation
    supporters and tastemakers who are advocates of music as an important part of a
    comprehensive education.

    The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring
    instrumental music education in America's public schools, and raising awareness about
    the importance of music as part of each child's complete education. In 2014, Hamptons
    Live raised $350,000, which enabled a generous donation of Taylor guitars made locally
    to Bridgehampton School. Save the Music plans to make another community donation in
    conjunction with this year's Hamptons Live event. Get tickets while available! online

    Sunday, August 28th through September 4th - 8 to 5 daily
    OPENING DAY of The 41st Hampton Classic Horse Show

    Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton
    The Hampton Classic showcases the highest levels of equestrian show jumping competition at
    a world-class venue, offering approximately 200 classes throughout the week for horses and
    riders of all ages and abilities in six show rings. Opening Day is always exciting at the
    Hampton Classic and this year's changes will make it even more so when the show kicks off
    on Sunday, August 28.

    New additions to the Opening Day schedule include the $10,000 Marders Local Hunter Derby,
    a two-round 3’3 class in the Anne Aspinall Ring, the Hampton Classic's premier hunter ring.
    All horses entered in the derby must be stabled on Long Island for a minimum of 75 days since
    January 1, 2016 to be considered a "local" hunter. There will also be a new $30,000 Speed
    Challenge, an Open Jumper class, which will take placein the Grand Prix Ring to culminate the day.

    Another new exciting element on Opening Day is the New York Racing Association (NYRA) Thoroughbred
    Incentive Bonus. NYRA will match all prize money won by American Thoroughbreds on Opening Day,
    including all Local Hunter divisions, the $10,000 Marders Local Hunter Derby and the $30,000 Speed
    Challenge, as a way to promote the Thoroughbred breed in the show ring. Accepted proof includes:
    Jockey Club certificate, Letter of identification, Lip Tattoo or TIP card. Winners will need to
    complete a Thoroughbred Incentive Bonus Form in the Hampton Classic Show Office and mail it to
    NYRA to receive their bonus check.

    Besides the hunter, jumper and equitation competition, the show also features more than 70
    boutiques, an international food court, pony rides, a petting zoo, special attractions, and
    much more. The show ends on Sunday, September 4th with the $250,000 FTI Grand Prix and FEI World
    Cup Qualifer. $10/person, $20/carload, children under six are admitted free daily. On Saturday
    (August 30th ), children under 12 are admitted free. Seniors are admitted free Tuesday, Wednesday
    and Thursday. Reserved Grandstand Seats (numbered bench seating) for Grand Prix Sunday (September
    1st) cost is an additional $20/person; Premium Center-section Reserved Seats on Grand Prix Sunday
    cost $30/person. Opening Ceremonies begin at 12 NOON in the Grand Prix Ring immediately
    following the Leadline Classes with riders under the age of 8.

    No charge on Monday, September 5th (limited competition this day, but boutiques and exhibition tent
    are open). FREE Parking.hamptonclassic.com

    Some GREAT late Summer + Annual Fall Events! stick around ; )

    Thursday, September 1st - 6 to 10 pm
    3rd Annual SUMMERFEST

    Southampton Arts Center
    25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
    {formerly The Parrish Art Museum}
    Honoring: Renee Harbers Liddell
    SummerFest will be held on the grounds of this beloved landmark. This memorable
    food and wine fest will feature a wide selection of dishes from a host of celebrated
    restaurants and chefs across the East End and provide great entertainment from
    Southampton Arts Center's programming partners.

    Proceeds from the event will allow the center to expand their efforts to
    provide film, music, dance, theater, children's events, lectures and literary
    series, further enhancing the vibrancy of The Hamptons' community through the arts.

    The Event Chairs are Simone & David W. Levinson and Tiffany & Claus Moller and
    Host Committee include Anne Chaisson, Christina Cuomo, Andrea Greeven Douzet, April
    Gornik, David Kratz, Elyn Kronemeyer, Paton Miller, Tripoli Patterson, Coralie Charriol
    Paul, Susan Rockefeller, Bob Roth and David Stark. Advisory Council is Alec Baldwin,
    Chuck Scarborough, Rainer Greeven, Mary Ann Tighe and Lara McClanahan. LAND'S END,
    Modern Luxury's BEACH Magazine and Casamigos Tequila will sponsor Southampton Arts
    Center's third annual SummerFest.

    • Dune Beach Ticket $250.00
    • Conscience Point Ticket $500.00
    • Coopers Beach Package $2500.00
    • Windmill Lane Package $5000.00
    • Main Street Package $10000.00
    • Jobs Lane Package $25000.00

    Southampton Arts Center provides a dynamic venue to present the highest
    quality programming to our entire community through partnerships with a
    diverse slate of world-class artists, performers, educators and cultural
    institutions. Southampton Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

    Please contact Stacy Meyrowitz - smeyrowitz@southamptonartscenter.org or Katherine
    or call 631.283.0967 for more information.

    Friday, September 2nd through LABOR DAY - opening 3 pm
    70th Annual Shinneock Indian Powwow
    Summer Benefit for the Shinnecock Tribe and the Shinnecock Presbyterian Church

    1 West Church Street in Southampton
    Music and dance performances, arts, crafts, demonstrations, native foods, Sunset Fire
    Lighting, drum and dance contests. Dance special is the Men's Fancy Traditional Smoke
    Dance. Tickets: $12 Adults, $10 Kids, Seniors & Handicap Advance Tickets Available -
    Credit Cards Accepted - No Refunds - Schedule Subject to Change - No Pets!
    Please call Shinnecock Tribal Office 631.283.6143 or email nationspowwow@optonline.net for
    more information. shinnecocknation.org

    Saturday, September 10th - 6 pm to 10 pm
    7th Annual SASF Benefit at the Boardy Barn

    270 West Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays
    Join us for a fun night of food, drinks, Chinese auction, 50-50 raffles, silent auction, music,
    dancing, and of course our favorite animals! More information coming soon on this terrific
    Southampton Animal Shelter Foundations late summer benefit! Please contact 631.728.7387 for more
    info. southamptonanimalshelter.com

    Monday, September 19th -
    Golf Outing at The Bridge

    The Bridge Golf Club
    1180 Millstone Road in Bridgehampton
    Ross School invites you to experience an unforgettable day of golf at this exclusive 18-hole,
    76.1-rated course designed by Rees Jones, ASGCA. The day includes breakfast and an al fresco
    cocktail award reception at the clubhouse.

    9:00am Breakfast Buffet
    10:30am Shotgun Start
    3:30pm Cocktails, Hors D'oeuvres, Awards

    Tickets $750
    Cocktail Party Only $100

    Proceeds from the event support the Ross Annual Giving campaign and help provide need-based
    scholarships to our students. For details, please email development@ross.org or call 631-907-5500.

    Thursday, October 6th through October 10th
    24th Annual Hamptons International Film Festival

    East Hampton, Southampton, Sag Harbor + Montauk
    Over 100 films, premieres, red carpets, parties, panels and fun! #heckyeah

    We will be changing over to our Fall + Winter 2017 Calendar after Labor Day Weekend!