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Saturday, May 24th - 4 to 6 pm rain or shine!
Kites for a Cure

Coopers Beach in Southampton
A family kite fly on the beach for Lung Cancer Awareness & Research. Join in for a
great afternoon of kite flying, snacks & family fun activities. To register in advance
and get more information about team fundraising & sponsorship opportunities call
212.627.5500 or visit unitingagainstlungcancer.org - free parking! Individual donation
$30 and Family-of-Flyers $300 (includes up to 5 participants).

Saturday, May 24th - 12 noon to 3 pm
6th Annual New Suffolk Chowderfest

New Suffolk Waterfront, New Suffolk Avenue & First Street
Join your friends and neighbors at this beach-side event, hosted by the New Suffolk
Waterfront Fund. Featuring locally prepared chowders, barbecue, live music, children's
activities and games, face painting and huge perennial sale, this truly marks the
beginning of the summer season! Co-sponsored by the Peconic Land Trust, all proceeds
benefit the restoration and revitalization of the Waterfront property. For tickets
and more information, visit NewSuffolkWaterfront.org. Rain date: Monday, May 26th!
Peconic Land Trust conserves Long Island's Working Farms, Natural Lands, and Heritage
for our Communities Now and in the Future. Please contact either Yvette DeBow-Salsedo
at 631.283.3195. peconiclandtrust.org:

Saturday, May 24th - 5 to 8 pm
4th Annual ARF Designer Showhouse

ARF Thrift & Treasure Shop
17 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack
5 pm Preview Hour $300
6 pm General Admission $150
The 4th Annual ARF Designer Showhouse vignettes are inspired and arranged by our guest
designers from thrift shop donations and the designers personal collections. All items
are for sale at charity prices presenting unequaled sales opportunities for those who
attend. 100% of all proceeds from the event go directly to ARF's life saving work!

Gordon Hoppe, Gigi Mahon and Sandra McConnell, CHAIRS
Peter Hallock and Lisa McCarthy, VICE CHAIRS

John Bjornen, Suzanne Caldwell and Maria Greenlaw,
Byron C. James, Chris Mead, Scott Sanders, Rod Winterrowd

The showhouse will be open to the general public ($10 suggested donation, children free)
on Sunday, May 25th and Monday, May 26th. All purchases will stay in place until Tuesday,
May 29th at which point they will be available for pick up. 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 24th - 5 to 8 pm
Southampton Animal Shelter Benefit
Wine Tasting

Southampton Center (old Parrish Art)
25 Jobs Lane
Music + Local Wine Tasting + Hors d'Oeuvres
Tickets are $40 apiece or $75 for two - ALL are welcome!
Please call 631.728.7387 for more information.

Saturday, May 24th - 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Miracle House 24th Annnual Memorial Day Summer Kickoff

Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club
Cocktail Party, Light Summer Fare, Live Auction + Special Guest Appearances
Special Performance by International Recording Artist Kistine
Dinner Tickets $1000 and up! Cocktail portion only $275
Please call 212.989.7790 x 12 or email jreynolds@miraclehouse.org for more information
and to buy tickets or you may buy them online. miraclehouse.org

Saturday, May 24th - 8 pm
Rickie Lee Jones

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
In the Mollie parnis auditorium
Two-time Grammy winner Rickie Lee Jones exploded onto the pop scene in 1978 and has made
a career of fearlessly experimenting with her sound and persona. A cultural phenomenon,
Rolling Stone magazine put her on its cover twice in two years, and Saturday Night Live
gave her an unprecedented three songs for her second appearance. Rickie is both a character
in the songs and the songwriter singing, defying convention with her sometimes brazen sexuality
and the mixed bag of jazz, rock and what has come to be known as 'confessional' songwriter
performances. Her second album Pirates is one of the seminal, most heralded recordings of
pop music, with each song a cinematic journey through her breakdown and rise. Jones' live
performances have reached a pinnacle of honesty and excellence. Her latest album The Devil
You Know is produced by Ben Harper and reimagines the music of Jagger / Richards, Neil Young
and more, and is planning to release an album of new music in 2014. Tickets are $50 - $75 and
can be purchased online or at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center box office. Please
call 631.288.1500 for info. whbpac.org

Sunday, May 25th - 12 Noon to 2 pm
Memorial Weekend Parade

Main Street in Montauk
Concluding with Solemn Service at The Green

Sunday, May 25th - 5 to 7 pm
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic East End Benefit

Private home in Water Mill
Tickets $300 apiece. Proceeds support PPHP's programs and services in Suffolk County.
Please call Jenifer Van Denise at 631.240.1128 or email jenifer.vandenise@pphp.org
for more information. pphp.org

Saturday, May 31st - 10 am to 7 pm
NAWA AXIS for Peace-Project 2014 with Artist Mariyo Yagi
Cocktail Reception 5 to 7 pm

Longhouse Reserve
133 Hands Creek Road in East Hampton
The NAWA Axis for Peace Project 2014 with internationally acclaimed Japanese environmental artist,
Mariyo Yagi is an all-day installation event. It is expected to draw new attendees from
communities around New York and previous NAWA Axis for Peace participants. More than 100 hands
will work together, twisting the monumental NAWA rope form and ceremoniously raising the 30 ft.
tall NAWA column at its site in the sculpture garden. The NAWA Axis for Peace sculpture will be
exhibited at the LongHouse Reserve from 2014-2017.

The artist, Mariyo Yahi, believes that rope - called NAWA - is a metaphor for all realms of life.
Its spiral form symbolizes interconnectedness, and in ancient Japanese, NA means "you" and WA
means "I", thus signifying the binding together of diverse people in a spirit of strength and
world peace. Her sculptures are at works of artistic beauty and also inspiring, collaborative
public events. Mariyo Yagi is an internationally acclaimed Japanese environmental artist who
works in a variety of media and at varied scales. Since the 1970's (when Ms. Yagi worked as
assistant to renowned artist, Isamu Noguchi) Ms. Yagi's rope-form sculptures have been exhibited
around the world. Her awards include The 21st Kyoto Prefecture Culture Prize (Prize for Artistic
Merit), an Urban Design Award (Toyonaka City, Japan), an Urban Art Award (Mauberge, France),
Copper Prize Award (San Francisco Museum of Art) and an Honorary Doctorate. Her work resides in
such collections as the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, the Brasilia National Art Museum, the
Fondation Toms Pauli, and many others. Her sculptures have been published in books and magazines
including The Art Fabric: Mainstream, Interlacing: the Elemental Fabric, Beyond Craft: the Art
Fabric, Art in America, Sculpture and in numerous other publications. Please call 631.329.3568
or email events@longhouse.org for more information. longhouse.org

Saturday, May 31st - 3 to 4:30 pm
Shellfisher Tour and Tasting

10273 North Bayview Road, Southold
Meet us at the Trust's Shellfisher Preserve for an insider's tour of the shellfish hatchery,
and leave with a better understanding of the local shellfish farming industry. Preserve Manager
Marty Byrnes and Karen Rivara, owner of Aeros Cultured Oyster Company and member of Noank
Aquaculture Cooperative, will lead us through the hatchery where shellfish are spawned and spat
(baby shellfish) are produced, to the nursery where spat are grown to planting size and discuss
the final steps of bringing the shellfish to market. You'll enjoy a tasting of fresh-from-the-water
Peconic Pearl oysters with a glass of local wine following the tour. $15/person, limited to 20,
please call for your prepaid reservation today! Parking is limited, please carpool if possible.

Saturday, May 31st - 5 to 7 pm
Water Mill Museum's Art Exhibit & Season Opening
Reception with a Grist Mill Grinding Demonstration

Water Mill Museum
41 Old Mill Road in Water Mill
Season opening celebration, featuring historic readings, refreshments at the Water
Mill Museum's historic venue. Free, but donations welcome! Please call Ann Lombardo
at 631.726.4625 or email director@watermillmuseum.org. watermillmuseum.org

Saturday, May 31st - 1 pm
5th Annual Tour of Southampton Homes
An Insider's View

The Thomas Halsey Homestead
249 South Main Street in Southampton
Go behind the hedges to see private homes in Southampton's finest neighborhoods. After
the tour attend a Champagne Reception catered by Sant Ambroeus Restaurant. $95 per ticket,
tour begins at 1:00, reception at 4:30 pm. Pick up your tickets the week before the tour
at the Rogers Mansion (17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton) or on the day of the Tour at
The Thomas Halsey Homestead starting at 10:30am for $110 per ticket.

Saturday, May 31st - 4 to 6 pm
20th Annual North Fork Pig Roast

Pindar Vineyards
37645 Route 25 in Peconic
Food served 4-6 pm - drinks & fun til 7
Tickets: Adults $25 Kids 14 + under: $10
Please call 631.288.7080 for more information.

The Hamptons Parties & Events for June

Saturday, June 7th - 5 to 8:30 pm
Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale and Auction Benefit Gala

The Fresh Air Home
36 Barkers Island Road in Southampton
On the first weekend of June the Southampton Fresh Air Home hosts its famous
Decorators-Designers-Dealers Sale, Auctions and Cocktail Party Benefit. This
season opener in Southampton is attended by 500+ people each year. It has become
justly famous as a tremendously fun cocktail party with shopping opportunities for
furniture and household bargains, unique auction items and unusual wines. The DDD
committee works day + night collecting the best and most unique services, vacation
packages, furniture, tickets, wine, and other exciting items that are only available
at the Southampton Fresh Air Home's DDD. 631.283.5847 for donations, pick-up & delivery.

  • Guardian Angel - $5,000 - 10 Tickets - 5 pm entrance
  • Archangel - $2,500 - 6 Tickets - 5 pm entrance
  • Angel - $1,500 - 4 Tickets - 5 pm entrance
  • The Connoisseur - $700 - 2 Tickets - 5 pm entrance
  • General Entry tickets are $200 - 6 pm entrance

Please contact Tom Naro at 631-283-5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org for more information.

Saturday, June 7th - 6 pm
Ross School's 11th Annual Starlight Gala
Special Guest: Russell Simmons

Live @ClubStarlight
Ross School Center for Well-Being
18 Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton
Cocktails 6 to 8
Dinner at 8 o'clock
Pull Out Your Boogie Shoes for a Special Performance by KC and the Sunshine Band
Cocktail Reception, Silent & Live Auction, Dinner, Dancing & Entertainment benefiting
the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund Ross School is proud to announce that Live @Club
Starlight will also feature Honored Special Guest Russell Simmons, whose dedication
to and support for educating young people in the arts transforms lives on the East End
and elsewhere. This star benefit raises funds for Ross School programs and scholarships
including the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund, which helps provide children from all
economic backgrounds with the opportunity to benefit from a world-class Ross education.

  • Platinum Table $50,000
  • Gold Table $25,000
  • Silver Table $15,000
  • Bronze Table $10,000
  • High-Top Table $5,000
  • Silver Ticket $1,250
  • Bronze Ticket $1,000
  • Individual Ticket $625

Courtney Sale Ross and her late husband, Steven J. Ross, recognized that preparing
students to meet the challenges of the 21st century required pioneering models that
would transform education. Mrs. Ross and her vision for Ross School attract many of
the best scholars from around the world to embrace the challenge of designing a global,
integrated curriculum that addresses the changing realities of the future. Over the
last 22 years, Ross School has become a leading laboratory for educational excellence.

The Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund, was established in 1991 at the School's
inception by Mr. and Mrs. Ross, and helps provide children from all economic
backgrounds with the opportunity to benefit from a world-class Ross education.
The SJR Scholarship Fund granted financial assistance to 35 percent of Ross School
students during the 2013-14 academic year. ross.org

Saturday, June 7th - 6 to 8 pm
Nature Inspires Art Show GALA Preview Reception

The Bruckmann Library at The Center for Conservation
142 Route 114 in East Hampton
The Nature Conservancy will present Nature Inspires, a very special art show at the Bruckmann
Library at The Center for Conservation. The show will feature works from local landscape artists
including Bobbie Braun, Jim Gingerich, Terry Elkins and Catherine Krusos, as well as The Wednesday
Group: Plein Air Painters of the East End. Local designer Silas Marder will curate the art show,
which will also be the centerpiece of The Nature Conservancy Beaches and Bays gala on June 28.

Members of The Wednesday Group have been setting up easels at locations throughout the East End
including the Conservancy’s Center for Conservation, Mashomack Preserve on Shelter Island and the
Andy Warhol Visual Arts Preserve in Montauk to create a new body of work for the show.

30% of proceeds from the sale of the paintings will benefit the island-wide work of The Nature
Conservancy. In addition to protecting the lands and waters that make Long Island a natural
paradise, the Conservancy has made restoring Long Island’s water quality a top priority.
This show runs through July 2nd - Monday-Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. Please contact Judy Christrup
at jchristrup@tnc.org or call 631.329.3981 ext. 19 for more information! nature.org

Saturday + Sunday, June 7th + 8th
Landscape Pleasures Cocktail Party + Tour

Buy your tickets now for the most anticipated garden event, Landscape Pleasures,
this year held in memory of the internationally renowned artist, author, and avid
landscape designer Robert Dash.

On Saturday, come hear Arne Maynard, Martin Filler, and Chip Callaway.

On Sunday, tour the Southampton Village estates of Tory Burch, Joan and Bernard Carl,
Perri Peltz and Eric Ruttenberg, and Margaret and R. Peter Sullivan. The Madoo Conservancy
will also be open to Landscape Pleasures ticket holders.

On Saturday evening, ticket purchasers at the Sponsor level and above ($350+) can enjoy
cocktails at The Moraine - the breathtaking Water Mill garden and home of Ala and Ralph
Isham. A private estate designed by Dash, it blends of architecture and location, and
American with European influences.

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 x133 for more information or
email benefitevents@parrishart.org. parrishart.org

Saturday, June 7th - 5 to 8 pm
Biennial Cocktail Party & Auction

Shelter Island Yacht Club
North Pier on Shelter Island
Tickets are $85 per person over 40 and $50 per Juniors under 41!
Please call Chrissy at 631.288.7080 for more information.

Saturday, June 7th - 7 pm

Historic Vail Leavitt Music Hall
18 Peconic Avenue in Riverhead
Come Sing or Come Watch and Support a Great Cause
All Proceeds benefit East End Hopsice's Good Grief program.
Opento all ages - dinner and soft beverages served. Auction prizes
and giveaways! Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 same day. Please
call 631.664.0983 for more info. eeh.org

Monday, June 9th - 11:30 am
CMEE's 7th Annual Golf Outing

The Maidstone Club
29 Maidstone Lane in East Hampton
The 2014 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.

11:30 Registration + Brunch
1:00 Shotgun Start
5:30 Cocktails on the Terrace
6:30 Buffet Dinner

Individual tickets are $800 and a foursome is $3,000. Fifty percent of the cost of the
outing is tax deductible. If you are unable to join us, please consider a sponsorship:

  • CMEE Outing Sponsor $10,000
  • Awards Dinner Sponsor $7,500
  • Brunch Sponsor $5,000
  • Hole-In-One $3,000
  • Cart Sponsor $2,500
  • Tee Sponsor $500
  • Longest Drive $500
  • Closest To The Pin $400
  • Driving Range $300
  • Putting Green $250


Friday + Saturday, June 13th + 14th
Much Ado About Madoo
Garden Cocktail Party + Garden Market

618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack
All Tickets are non-refundable. Please call 631.537.8200 or email info@madoo.org for
more information. madoo.org

Saturday, June 14th - 5 to 7:30 pm
Bridgehampton Museum Archives
Artists Reception

2539-A Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton
Please be sure to visit this wonderful, summer-long exhibition with an historical
perspective, featuring iconic Bridgehampton and Sagaponack settings, as presented

by the talented painters and photographers of Plein Air Peconic. The show, on display
from May 22 through September 18, includes many beautiful landscapes conserved with
the help of the Trust. Come meet the artists during the reception, view this one-of-
a-kind exhibition and enjoy light refreshments. Open hours for the show are Mondays
through Fridays, 10am -2pm. Participating artists include: Casey Chalem Anderson,
Susan D'Alessio, Aubrey Grainger, Anita Kusick, Keith Mantell, Michele Margit, Gordon
Matheson, Joanne Rosko, Tom Steele, and Kathryn Szoka. All works are for sale and
a percentage of all sales benefit the Trust and the Bridgehampton Museum. For more
information, please visit PleinAirPeconic.com

Saturday, June 14th - 6 to 8 pm
Cocktails at Holly Hall

East Hampton Historical Society
101 Main Street in East Hampton
Join us for a wonderful evening at one of the loveliest summer colony houses in East
Hampton. There will be drinks and hors d'oeuvres inspired by Craig Claiborne and Pierre
Franey, as well as music by Peter Martin Weiss, Jane Hastay, and Friends. Single tickets
cost $200; 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

Monday, June 16th - 9 am to 6 pm
Sixth Annual Ross School Golf with the Knicks at The Bridge

The Bridge Golf Club
1180 Millstone Road in Bridgehampton
Tee off with invited Knicks Legends
John Starks and Larry Johnson
Chairs: Debra Fields Feldstein + Harry Hackett III + Toni Sacconaghi
Experience an unforgettable day of golf at this exclusive 18-hole, 76.1 rated course
designed by Rees Jones, ASGCA. Enjoy golf and basketball banter with clients, friends
and celebrated members of the New York Knicks family. The day includes breakfast, lunch
and a cocktail award reception al fresco at the clubhouse.

The Bridge features 7,341 yards of golf, a 140 slope rating, and a highly respected
contemporary art collection exhibited in the clubhouse. Situated on the highest point
of land on the eastern end of Long Island, The Bridge offers spectacular 280-degree views
of Sag Harbor, Shelter Island and the Peconic Bay. Proceeds from this event benefit Ross
School Programs and Scholarships.


Ticket is tax deductible. Please call 631.907.5214 or email golf@ross.org to reserve tickets.

Monday, June 16th - 9 am
12th Annual Golf Tournament & Cocktail Party

Westhampton Country Club
35 Potunk Lane in Westhampton
Shotgun start is at 11am and the cocktail party begins at 4 pm!
This year's Golf Tournament will honor Michael Thorne, General Manager at Westhampton
Country Club. This annual day of golf, camaraderie and celebration is all about coming
together to support the ever-evolving Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, a not-
for-profit 501(c) 3 arts organization that offers so much to the greater community.
The fabulous Post-Tournament Cocktail Reception is always open to non-golfers who wish
to participate in this day of festivities and fundraising. The reception includes heavy
hors d'oeuvres, open bar, a live auction and 50/50 raffle.

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!

Friday, June 20th - 6 to 9 pm
Inaugural Antiques + Design Show Benefit
Benefit Preview Party for Peconic Land Trust

Bridgehampton Community House
2357 Montauk Highway in Bridgehapton

Please call Robin Harris at 631.283.3195 or RHarris@PeconicLandTrust.org for more information
and to purchase tickets. peconiclandtrust.org

Saturday, June 21st - 11:30 am
The New Children's Addition Grand Opening!

East Hampton Library
159 Main Street in East Hampton
Please join us for The East Hampton Library New Children's Addition Opening Celebration and
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. There will be a brief welcoming program under the tent in the back
parking lot that will begin at 11:30am sharp, followed by tours, refreshments, and entertainment
for children. RSVP by Saturday, June 14th to Dennis Fabiszak, Library Director at 631.324.0222
ext 7 or email dennis@easthamptonlibrary.org for more info! easthamptonlibrary.org

Saturday, June 21st - 10 am to 6 pm {rain or shine!}

Enjoy "Summer Solstice in Springs," a self guided tour of six private gardens in Springs.
Chairs: Barbara Slifka & Mark Fichandler

Gardens Featured:
Pamela Bicket and Zachary Cohen, Peter Bickford and Greg McCarthy,
Annachiara Danieli, Deborah Nevins, Sukey and Michael Novogratz, Edwina von Gal

10 am to 4 pm
In Honor of our 40th Anniversary, Exceptional Experiences are being offered for our $175
and up supporters: Tour the renowned Judith and Gerson Leiber garden and museum offering
an unparalleled retrospective of their creations over the last several decades.

4 to6 pm
Join us for a Post Tour Wine Tasting of extraordinary vintages and explore the spectacular
waterfront home and stylish garden of Marshall Watson and Paul Sparks.

Tickets also available at the ARF Adoption Center, ARF Thrift Shop, The Bayberry, East Hampton
Gardens, Lynch's Garden Center, Marders, Mecox Gardens, Sag Harbor Florist

Tour tickets - $85 and Tour & Cocktail Reception - $175 . Tickets can be purchased (including
day of tour) at the ARF Adoption Center and the ARF Thrift Shop or by calling 631.537.0400
x216 for more information. invitation

Saturday, June 21st - 6:30 to 10:30 pm
Midsummer Night Fever
19th Annual Artists Against Abuse Benefit

Ross School Lower Campus Field House
739 Butter Lane in Bridgehampton
Honoring Congressman Tim Bishop
Award-winning Swedish cuisine by Chef Jana Dahibam plus open bar and Silent + Live Auctions!
Featuring art from April Gornik, Arlene Slavin, Bob Tabor, Jack Youngerman, Lynn Geesaman
amongst others!

LIVE AUCTION FEATURING Private Yacht & Television Experience with Chef George Hirsch!

Group of 6 to experience a signature selection of fine local wines hand selected by Chef
George's East End vintner friend Roman Roth of Wolffer Estate Vineyard, savored with artesian
farm-to-table hors d'oeuvres created by Chef George. This one of a kind experience will be
waterside on a legendary Grady-White cruiser. Following, a scenic tour of Historic Sag Harbor's
coastal waterways provided by Captain Eric Heiman, Port of Egypt Marina. You and 5 guests will
earn a spot on a future episode of George Hirsch Lifestyle as part of Chef George's Beauty of
The Hamptons Entertaining segment. Goodie bags filled with an autographed cookbook + Hamptons
treats upon departure. Experience must be enjoyed by 8/15/14.

About The Retreat
For over 26 years, The Retreat has been providing domestic violence services and education to
families and communities. Programs include a residential shelter for women and children, a 24-hour
domestic violence hotline, individual and group counseling, legal advocacy for all victims of
domestic violence and dating violence, programs to engage troubled fathers and other men who may
be at-risk of committing family violence, and an in-school violence prevention education program
taught in local area schools. All services are provided free of charge.

For ticket and sponsorship information, please call The Retreat at 631.329.4398 or email Christiana
at cdinkelmeyer@theretreatinc.org. theretreatinc.org

Saturday, June 21st - 6 to 9 pm
14th Annual Midsummer Night Drinks

Benefit for God's Love We Deliver
Southampton home of Kelly Behun and Jay Sugarman
Come enjoy a memorable June evening of cocktails, music, and spectacular views at
the oceanfront home of Kelly Behun and Jay Sugarman - a great way to kick off the
Hamptons "summer season" while supporting one of New York's most beloved charities.

Tickets: Host: $10,000 (8 tickets, recognition on the invitation and at the event);
Patron: $5,000 (4 tickets, recognition on the invitation and at the event); Friend:
$2,500 (2 tickets and recognition on the invitation and at the event); Supporter:
$1,000 (includes recognition at event. Individual tickets $350.

Please call 212.294.8162 or email events@glwd.org for more information.

Saturday, June 21st - 6 to 11 pm
Group for the East End's Annual Benefit
Here Comes The Sun!

Wolffer Estate Vineyard
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack

6:30: Cocktails and Silent Auction
7:30 Dinner
9:30 to 11:00 Live Auction and Dancing with DJ Ray Jarrell

Tickets start at $500. We are grateful for individuals like you who share our passion to
protect and restore the environment of eastern Long Island. Thank you! All proceeds benefit
the environmental education + advocacy programs of Group for the East End. For IRS purposes,
the non-deductible portion of each ticket is $325.

Group for the East End is reliant on this benefit for more than 40% of its annual revenues,
from individuals like you who share our passion to protect and restore the environment of
eastern Long Island. You can be proud to have your name attached to a gala that stands for
protecting the East End environment and is the best party of the summer!

For more information and to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact our Benefit Office
at 631.613.1382 or email group@cwandco.com. groupfortheeastend.org

Saturday, June 21st - 7 to 9 pm
SUMMER SOLSTICE + Gala Cocktail Party

Hosted by Ellen + Chuck Scarborough
at their Southampton Home
Honoring Jean Shafiroff, Philanthropist-Volunteer-Leader and
Robert Chaloner, President & CEO of Southampton Hospital
Tickets for the 19th Ellens Run Benefit Kickoff start at $300 and VIP start at $750.
For tickets and more information please contact Linda Shapiro of LBS Productions at
631.725.2023 or bspro@optonline.net and RSVP! invitation

Saturday, June 21st
3rd Annual Stony Hill Stables Foundation Benefit

Stony Hill Stables
268 Town Lane in Amagansett
Special Dressage Exhibition and Pony Drill Team Performance!
Stony Hill Stables Announces the Launch of the Stony Hill Stables, owned and operated by the
Hotchkiss family for more than five decades, announces the launch of the newly formed Stony Hill
Stable Foundation, a not-for-profit organization with the express purpose of promoting equine
sports through riding education and competitive opportunities for children and young adults
in the local residential East End community.

Launched in the summer of 2012, the success of the foundation is already evident by mounting
ribbons. Hard-working scholarship recipients, who trained last summer, have already won ribbons
in some very prestigious horse shows, including the Sagaponack Horse Show, The Hampton Classic
and most recently at the famed Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF), held annually in Wellington FL

To add to the excitement of the evening, Stony Hill Stables will also formally introduce their
new trio of talented trainers: Ashley Lynott, (Director of the Camp), Katherine Byrd (Dressage
Trainer) + Courtney Miller (Head Hunter/Jumper Trainer). Accomplished, competent and compassionate,
this winning team of talented trainers are sure to inspire young Stony Hill Stables equestrians.

The inspiration for the Stony Hill Stables Foundation came from Wick Hotchkiss, second-generation
owner of Stony Hill Stables and United States Dressage Federation (USDF) Gold medalist. The
foundation's goal is to create essential opportunities for children and adults to connect with
the community, grow physically and emotionally, while benefiting from a life enhancing experience.
Scholarship applications for the 2014 season are currently being accepted. Local residents of
Montauk, Amagansett, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Southampton and West Hampton invited to apply

Tickets for the Annual Stony Hill Stables Foundation Benefit are priced at $125 for a single
ticket, $200 for a couple. Tickets can be purchased in advance online.

Saturday, June 21st - 8 o'clock pm
6th Annual Summer Docs Series
LIFE ITSELF w/ Series Presenter Alec Baldwin

The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Hamptons International Film Festival presents the first of the SummerDocs series
for 2014 hosted by Alec Baldwin with a Q & A to follow and Special Guest Chaz Ebert.
Acclaimed director *Steve James* (Hoop Dreams, The Interrupters) and executive producers
*Martin Scorsese* (The Departed, Raging Bull) and *Steven Zaillian* (Schindler's List,
Moneyball) present Life Itself, a documentary film that recounts the inspiring and entertaining
life of world-renowned film critic and social commentator Roger Ebert - a a story that is by
turns personal, wistful, funny, painful, and transcendent. The film will be released by Magnolia
Pictures on July 4th.

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, June 28th - 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Waterkeeper Alliance & Peconic Baykeeper present
Benefit for the Bays
Aboard the 1926 classic yacht, the Mariner III

Long Wharf in Sag Harbor

Benefit Committee:
Jodie Berro
Eric & Jane Bischoff
Todd Buchanan
Cindi Cook
Priscilla Garston
Pamela Johnson & Reed Super
Stacey Lowenthal
Marcia Miller
Erika & Kelley Millet
Randi Schatz
Maureen Sherry
Phyllis Toohey

To Purchase Tickets please contact Gopa Dobson at 212.747.0622 or Alexandra Millar at
631.653.4804 or email gdobson@waterkeeper.org or alexandra@peconicbaykeeper.org.

Saturday, June 28th - 6 pm
Triumph For Teens
Phoenix House Annual Summer Party in The Hamptons

Home of Robin and Fred Seegal
Honorees: Joel Schumacher and Allison & Howard Lutnick
The event will honor film director, screenwriter and producer Joel Schumacher; and Allison
and Howard Lutnick. Rosanna Scotto will emcee the event. Grammy-nominated recording artist,
composer and music producer John Forte, who co-wrote, produced and performed with the notable
hip hop group The Fugees will perform.

The Phoenix House Summer Party in The Hamptons, Triumph For Teens, will raise funds to
support programs serving thousands of young people and their families. Phoenix House offers
special programs for at-risk youth, mothers with children, veterans, and individuals with
mental health problems. The Phoenix House Academies provide intensive residential treatment
alongside full-time academic education, empowering teens to find and sustain long-term recovery.
Phoenix House clients receive counseling services, medical care, career training, and continued
support upon returning home to help maintain their recovery.

Chairs: Pete Peterson & Joan Ganz Cooney

The evening's Co-Chairs: Rose Marie Bravo + William Selkirk Jackey, Alina Cho, Shirine Coburn
+ Tony DiSanto, Peter Emmerson + Fei Shao; Bicky + George Kellner, Hillary Koota + Glenn J.
Krevlin, Margie + Michael Loeb, Catie & Donald Marron, Edward + Sandra Meyer, Ernie Pomerantz
+ Marie Brenner, Andy Sabin and George Stephanopoulos + Ali Wentworth

Vice Chairs are: Tania and James Dixon, Rose + John Franco, Bobbie + Lew Frankfort, Nancy Hoving,
Stephanie + Ron Kramer, Susan + Alan Patricof, Lois Robbins + Andrew Zaro, Marshall Rose,
Nicole Seligman + Joel Klein, Shore Pharmaceutical, Peter + Susan Solomon, Beth Stern, Jennifer
+ Derek Trulson and Caryn + Jeff Zucker.

Please contact Alison Davis at 646.505.2013 for more information on the Phoenix House Summer Party
in The Hamptons and how to purchase tickets. phoenixhouse.org

Saturday, June 28th - 7 to 11 pm
East End Hospice
Red, White & Blue
15th East End Hospice Summer Gala

Sandacres Estate at 7 Sandacres Lane in Quogue
MC: John R. Gambling
15th Annual Dorothy P. Savage Good Samaritan Award Recipient: Michael J. Cruise
Honorary Chairperson: Yvonee Elliman
Cocktails + Dinner by Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs
Music by Code Bleu from Skyline Orchestras
Silent + Live Auctions, Games of Chance!

  • Angel - $10,000 Premium Table for 10 with gold page journal advertisement
  • Benefactor - $5,000 Table of 8 with silver full page journal advertisement
  • Patron - $3,000 Table of 6 with bronze full page journal advertisement
  • Sponsor - $1,000 4 tickets
  • Donor - $500 - 2 tickets
  • Friend - $200 each ($225 at the door)
  • Junior - $100 each ($125 at the door) 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!! eeh.org

Saturday, June 28th - 6:30 pm
Beaches + Bays Gala
14th Anniversary Celebration - Nature Inspires!

142 Route 114 in East Hampton
Cocktails and Art Show at 6:30
Dinner, Live Eco Auction and Dancing at 8:00
Live from Nashville's The Super T Revue!
6:30 pm Cocktails and En Plein Air Art Show
8:00 pm Dinner + Dancing
Live music by Nashville's The Super T Revue
Premiere of *My Favorite Islandp featuring Jimmy Buffett
Be inspired to protect the lands and waters that make Long Island a natural paradise at The Nature
Conservancy's "Nature Inspires!" Beaches & Bays Gala 2014 wil be honoring Bobbie Braun and The
Neuwirth Foundation, and celebrating 20 years of support by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the
Visual Arts.

Among the many points of inspiration at the annual gala are a very special en plein air art show
curated by Silas Marder and a special art "action" painting that will invite guests to translate
inspiration into actions that will help The Nature Conservancy continue their important work. The
premiere of "My Favorite Island" featuring Jimmy Buffett, dancing to superstar Nashville band, The
Super T Revue (known for rocking the house at Jenna Bush Hager's wedding!), and a locally-inspired
dinner by Glorious Food will all be part of the fun on the grounds of The Nature Conservancy's
Center for Conservation in East Hampton.

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. Premiere of *My Favorite Island* video featuring Jimmy Buffett
The Nature Inspires! Beaches & Bays Gala raises funds for The Nature Conservancy on Long Island.
The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

  • Key Protector Table of Ten - $50,000
  • Leading Benefactor Table of Ten - $25,000
  • Leading Parnter Table of Ten - $15,000
  • Vice Chair/Benefactor of Ten - $10,000
  • Partner Table of Ten - $6,000
  • Benefactor Ticket - $5,000
  • Partner Ticket - $3,000
  • Sponsor Ticket - $1,000
  • Basic Ticket - $600
  • Junior Ticket 21-30 - $160

Funds raised at the event will be used to support The Nature Conservancy's critical
work on Long Island including the protection and management of our precious environment
of wetlands, forests, bluffs, dunes, beaches and underwater bay habitat.

Attire is NATURE-INSPIRED DRESS : ) Please call 631.329.3981 x 19 or email jchristrup@tnc.org
for ticket information. All tickets will be held at the door and must be paid for in advance.
All tickets are non-refundable. thenatureconservancy.org

Saturday, June 28th - 6:30 to 11:30 pm
18th Annual Hamptons Ball
Let Your Heart Sparkle

151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton
Event Co-Chairs: Dr. Karl and Mrs. Krista Krieger
Distinguished Service Honoree:
Dr. Leonard Girardi - NY Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center
Distinguished Leadership Honoree:
Dr. Samuel Stanley, President, SUNY Stony Brook
Heart Hero: Arnie Rosenshein
Jr. Heart Hero: Cristina Civetta
Tickets are $500. Please call Barbara Poliwoda, Regional Director at 631.734.2804
or www.americanheart.org for more information and sponsorship opportunities.
Attire: "Chic Cocktail - 70's Inspired-Glitter & Sparkle" (wedges recommended not stiletto heels)
Event Honorees: Dr. James Taylor, Caroline Loeb & Eric Trump
Always a festive, social gathering with cocktail hour, dinner and dancing!! Widely recognized
as a premier philanthropic and festive event in the Hamptons, the Heart of the Hamptons Ball
has raised over $2.5 million for the American Heart Association since it began 18 years ago.
An elegant and diverse representation of the corporate, medical and social communities from
the Hamptons, Long Island and New York City celebrating the community's support of the life-
saving mission of the American Heart Association.

Tickets are $500. Please call Barbara Poliwoda, Regional Director at 631.734.2804
or www.americanheart.org for more information and sponsorship opportunities.

Saturday, June 28th - 7 to 11:30 pm
Pirates-Mermaids + Sailors Gala

"Granada Estate" on Shelter Island
Chairs: James Goldman & Debbie Rodriguez
Committee Members: Kim Tetrault, Jim Peyton, John Kramer + Clifford Perlman
Please join these friends of the bay in supporting the preservation, beauty and recreational use of
the bay by attending a nautical-themed evening of food, cocktails and dancing to celebrate a great
cause at a waterfront estate. Chairman James Goldman has offered to host it at his Mediterranean
“Granada Estate" overlooking the Peconic Bay in scenic Dering Harbor on Shelter Island.

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm: Open Bar- Raw Bar -Hot/Cold Buffet
9:15 pm - 9:30 pm: Presentation of Best Costumes
9:30 pm - 11:30 pm: Dancing

All guests should arrive at this nautical/ocean–inspired event dressed in theme attire,
(pirates, mermaids, sailors, fisherman or aquatic friends). Tickets until June 18th are $145
and after June 18th are $185 apiece. *Limited Tickets available. Tickets sold Online Only.
*A donation by the Friends of Peconic Bay will be made to the SPAT Oyster Restoration Project of
Cornell University Extension of Suffolk County. invitation

The Hamptons Parties & Events for July

Friday, July 4th - 7 to 10 pm
26th 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
24th 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! For more information
please contact Tom Naro at 631.283.5847 x101 or tnaro@sfah.org.

Saturday, July 5th - 6 to 8 pm
Halsey House SUMMER GALA

The Thomas Halsey Homestead
249 South Main Street in Southampton Village
Celebrate our nation's birthday at the Museum's annual Halsey House Gala on the grounds of
the 1680 Thomas Halsey Homestead. Enjoy music, heavy hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction of
art, books and wine. Call the museum to reserve a ticket at 631.283.2494. $125, $150 at the door.

Saturday, July 5th
Comedy Evening with Martin Short

The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
"Hollywood's Most Beloved Comedian" - Vanity Fair
"Hands down the funniest guy I've ever met." - Larry David
Celebrate the Fourth of July weekend with Guild Hall and Martin Short – comedian, Tony and
Emmy Award winning actor, and all-around entertainer! His variety show performance will be
packed with mad cap antics, hilarious skits, zany characters, toe-tapping song and dance
numbers, and side-splitting comedy. The performance will be immediately followed by a private
dinner at a private home in East Hampton Village.

Short was a cast member of SCTV and Saturday Night Live, performed on Broadway in Little Me
and The Goodbye Girl, starred in such films as Three Amigos and Father of the Bride, and has
recently appeared on Damages and How I Met Your Mother. Reserve your seat now before we sell
out! For additional information, please contact the Special Events department at 631.324.0806
x13 or x14 or email ckaller@guildhall.org. guildhall.org

Thursday, July 10th - 6 pm 7th Annual ArtHamptons
Opening Night Preview | Benefits Guild Hall

Sculpture Fields of Nova's Ark in Bridgehampton, NY
Sculpture Fields of Nova's Ark
30 Millstone Road in Water Mill

  • 80 top-tier galleries from 10 countries
  • 1,000+ important contemporary works of art by 600+ finest notable artists worldwide
  • Explore the late beloved local artist Larry Rivers' public retrospective, Forty Feet of Fashion
  • Hamptons Cottage & Gardens Magazine opening night bash
  • Hamptons Magazine 35th anniversary party
  • Customized polo demonstrations presented by the elite Southampton Hunt and Polo Club
  • Performance art, a sculpture park, insightful panels, tasteful indoor/outdoor dining + much more

The Hamptons' seminal art buying event of the year, ArtHamptons, returns to the 95 acre
agriculture reserve of Sculpture Fields of Nova's Ark in Bridgehampton. It will be staged
in a 50,000 sq ft modular museum like building with 12 ft high exhibition walls. The
Sculpture Field of Nova's Ark is located in one of the most posh neighborhoods in The Hamptons.

Over the past five years, the fair has a proven track record in assembling an increasing
number of art enthusiasts and generating millions of dollars in total art sales. Already a
Hamptons tradition, residents are eagerly awaiting its return in efforts to find the right
art treasures to complete their summer house art collection. Hamptonites have come to rely
on ArtHamptons as an exciting venue for offering a wide international selection of hi-caliber
post-war and contemporary art. Guild Hall is a 2014 Cultural Partner with ArtHamptons.

Attendees will walk through his famous legs sculpture as they enter the ArtHamptons Pavilion.
Special events is focused on attracting the Area.s A-list Art Lovers. Opening Night is a Hamptons
tradition with 3,000+ art lovers.

Show hours 11 am to 8 on Friday and Saturday and 11 am to 6 pm on Sunday.
Call Rick Friedman at 631.283.5505 or email rick@hamptonsexpo.com.

Thursday, July 10th - 7 to 10:30 pm
4th Annual artMRKT Hamptons VIP Preview Party

Bridgehampton Historical Society
Corwith House
2368 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton
Our Opening Night Preview benefiting the LongHouse Reserve will open at 6pm on Thursday.
The evening continues as Norwood comes to The Hamptons. Manhattan's premier private arts club
will be hosting and curating our Opening Night Party, treating guests to live music and
complimentary drinks and 40+ exhibitors including dealers.

artMRKT Hamptons 2014 will offer up some of the same food and beverage experience for visitors
throughout the weekend collaborating with celebrated vendors and a carefully curated group of
gourmet food trucks to provide refreshments starting on opening night.

This year's show will again be housed in a single large scale structure that facilitates the use of 12
foot walls, wide and commodious aisles and an integrated climate control system. Our VIP and
Collector's Lounges will showcase furniture from top contemporary brands.

Friday, July 11th - 6:30 | 8 to 11 pm
2nd GRILL Hamptons

NYC vs The Hamptons
Sayre Park at 156 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton
Hosted By: From Food Network's "Restaurant Impossible" Robert Irvine
VIP Reception 6:30 to 7:30 pm and general admission 7:30 to 10 pm
An extravagant event featuring the best local restaurants from NYC and locally in
The Hamptons for a thrilling Grill-off Competition! Live music by the Nancy Atlas
Project - must be 21 to attend - tickets are $120 and may be purchased online. Please
email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com or please call 631.227.0188 for more information.

Saturday, July 12th - 6:30 | 7:30 to 10 pm
2nd Annual Dan's Taste of Two Forks

Sayre Park at 156 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton
Hosted By: Katie Lee & Geoffrey Zakarian
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 tastefuleventing! Must be 21
to attend ; ) Please call 631.227.0188 or email contact@danstasteoftwoforks.com for more
information on indvidual tickets and package deals. danstasteoftwoforks.com

Saturday, July 12th - 6:30 to 1:00 am Sunday : )
Midsummer Party at the Parrish

This year's Party will honor Inga Maren Otto and Katharina Otto-Bernstein for their
incredible contributions to the Parrish Art Museum and to arts and culture around the world.

2014 will revisit and renew the unbeatable combination of an iconic museum full of art, music
and performance and a summer terrace transformed by Ron Wendt Design - enhanced by a delicious
+ theatrical approach to dinner by Olivier Cheng Catering and Events. Guests will be enthralled
by a site-specific performance by Richard Move and MoveOpolis! and will move all night long to
beats by Coleman Music.

6:30 pm Cocktails, 7:30 pm Dinner, 10 pm After Ten Party
Dinner Tickets
Dinner Tables
Steel: $50,000 - 12 tickets premier seating
Concrete: $25,000 - 12 tickets preferred seating
Wood: $15,000 - 10 tickets

Individual Dinner tickets
Glass: $2,500 per person
Aluminum: $1,500 per person

After Ten Tickets
10 pm to 1 am
Dancing, Drinks and Dessert
After Ten Ticket: $200

For more information or to purchase tickets for any of these events, please call 631-283-2118
x 150 or e-mail benefitevents@parrishart.org. parrishart.org

Saturday, July 12th - 6:30 pm
23rd Summer Gala Benefit Bash

The Long Wharf in Sag Harbor
Honorees: Kate Burton, April Gornik + Sheldon Harnick
Chairs: Christine Wachter-Campbell + Pia and Jimmy Zankel
Special Performances by Patina Miller and Tovah Feldshuh
Cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres, Sit Down Farm to Table Dinner
by The Hamptons' Chef Peter Ambrose, Dancing, Silent + Live
Auction!! Come join the fun as we celebrate with dinner and dancing!

Individual tickets $550
VIP Individual ticket $1,000
VIP tables $10,000 and up
Young Professional (40 + under) $395

Contact Diana today at 631.725.0818 or email diana@baystreet.org for information!

Friday, July 18th - 6 pm to 8:30 pm
East Hampton Antiques Show Kick-Off Preview Cocktail Party
Antiques Show: Saturday & Sunday, July 19 & 20

Mulford Farm
10 James Lane in East Hampton
Honorary Chairwoman Interior Designer Celerie Kemble
The East Hampton Historical Society announces the return of the highly anticipated East Hampton
Antiques Show to the historic grounds of Mulford Farm on Saturday July 19 through Sunday, July 20.
Now in its eighth year, the East Hampton Antiques Show is widely recognized as the premier antiques
event on eastern Long Island and a highlight of the East Hampton arts and social calendar.

Interior Designer Celerie Kemble is the Honorary Chairwoman of the Friday, July 18 Preview Benefit
Cocktail, which offers patrons an early buying opportunity of the extraordinary array of antiques,
art, jewelry and collectibles. Ticket proceeds benefit the East Hampton Historical Society. Both the
Preview Cocktail Party and Antiques Show take place on the pastoral grounds of Mulford Farm, located
on James Lane in the heart of the village of East Hampton. This historic 3.5-acre property features
a restored 17th century farm house as well as several barns and outbuildings that are among the oldest
on eastern Long Island.

The East Hampton Antiques Show continues to be well received by both collectors and dealers alike and
2014 will be no exception. This eagerly anticipated offering of wares comes from a diverse assembly
of more than 55 antique dealers, housed in elegant white tents arranged across the great lawns of the
bucolic Mulford grounds.

The focus of the show is antiques and decorative items for the home and garden. Vintage rattan and
bamboo furniture, lighting, textiles, architectural elements, American formal and country painted
furniture, Art Deco and Moderne furniture, garden ornaments, wrought iron accessories, industrial
items, paintings, trade signs, period jewelry, weather vanes, and mirrors will be offered. Twenty-
five A-list interior designers who work in the Hamptons are also supporting this year's show on the
Designers Committee. This year's list includes John Barman, David Kleinberg, Scott Sanders and
Charlotte Moss, to name just a fewour at 9am. 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.

Friday, July 18th - 6 to 8 pm
Legacy of Hope

The Rogers Mansion
Southampton Historical Museum
Meeting House Lane in Southampton
inaugural sunset cocktail reception celebrating the tradition of the ancient order of
the Knights of Malta and its relief agency, Malteser International's commitment to
providing health and dignity to the needy around the globe. Photo exhibition & display
of historic Maltese memorabilia, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, silent auction and special
Folkloric Performance. Tickets are $125. The event chaired by Steven Krawciw, KM of the
Order of Malta's American Association will highlight Malteser International's relief
work in the Philippines following the typhoon and Long Island post-Sandy.

Saturday, July 19th - 7 am to midnight!

Soldier Ride The Hamptons is dedicated to Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter. Jordan was killed
in action April 22, 2008 in Ramadi, Iraq at the age of 19. Jordan's actions that day, along
with fallen comrade 21 year old Corporal Jonathan T. Yale, saved the lives of over 33 Marines
and Iraqi Policemen. Jordan and Jonathan were posthumously presented the Navy Cross for
extraordinary Heroism, our nation's second highest military award.

Jordan was born on July 30, 1988 in Southampton, New York to JoAnn Lyles and Christian Haerter.
Jordan earned the coveted title of United States Marine on December 1, 2006 and became a member
of the fiercely proud 1st Battalion, 9th Marines known as the "Walking Dead."

**If you are active duty military, an active duty military family member, a student or would
like to start/join a team, email signatureevents@woundedwarriorproject.org to get a promo code
for discounted registration. PLEASE NOTE: Online registration ends July 17, 2014 at 5 pm EST.
Registration will be available on event day.

7:00 am Community ride registration and packet pick-up
8:30 am Kick-off celebration at Ocean View Farm
9:00 am Community Ride begins (walkers will begin once cyclist departs)
10:30 am Tribute to LCPL Jordan C. Haeter
11:00 am Lap of Heroes Sag Harbor
12:00 pm Community picnic at Ocean View Farm
6:00 pm Rock the Farm at Ocean View Farm

Please join in to support our troops and especially our local ones!!

Saturday, July 19th - 10:30 am to 1:30 pm
6th Annual CMEE Family Fair

376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike
Children's Museum of the East End will be hosting its FIFTH annual family fair!
CMEE Around the World featuring magically inspired arts and crafts, water rides,
performances, games, music, food and more. Ticket Packages:

  • Alakazam ($10,000)
  • Hocus Pocus ($5,000)
  • Abracadabra ($2,500)
  • Presto Chango ($1,400)
  • Voila ($700)
  • Adult ticket ($150, $200 at the door)
  • Child ticket ($100, $150 at the door)

Please call 631.537.8250 or email Doug@cmee.org for more information or purchase tickets online.

Saturday, July 19th - 4 to 6 pm
OPENING DAY of POLO for Monty Waterbury Cup

Bridgehampton POLO Club
KIG vs. White Birch
JetOne Jets Field
Two Trees Farm - 249 Hayground Road in Bridgehampton
3 pm - Gates open!
3:45 pm - National anthem
4 pm to 6 pm - Polo match
Bridgehampton Polo Club brings the sport of kings back The Hamptons for the club's 18th anniversary
season! The 2014 season will commence on Saturday, July 19th and will continue for six consecutive
Saturdays, ending August 23rd. Monty Waterbury Cup (July 19-August 2) and The Hamptons Cup
(August 9-August 23). Opening Day VIP tent reception will be catered by Timeless Hospitality
Group and exclusive wines from the Spire Collection. Xavier Vey, President of Lancome is conducting
the ball toss!

The VIP tent will be open to guests of the sponsors and the club throughout the entire
season. The public is invited to enjoy the match from the sidelines, where Tutto
to Go will serve refreshments each Saturday of the season. Tickets are available at the
gate for the price of $20 per car. For up-to-date polo information, please contact the
Bridgehampton Polo Line at 631.278.9199. For more general information or questions,
please e-mail polo@haysgrace.com.

Saturday, July 19th - 7 to 11 pm
5th Annual Unconditional Love Dinner Dance

This exciting evening filled with James Bond intrigue
will take place at a secret oceanfront hideaway.
All proceeds benefit our Animal Shelter.
Jean Shafiroff, Chairwoman
Jonathan W. McCann, Board President
Alex Donner, Maestro
Robbins Wolfe, Caterer
The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation will hold its Fifth Annual Unconditional Love
Dinner Dance Gala. Proceeds raised will be directed not only to our exemplary daily care
of the shelter animals, but also to our special projects undertaken over the past year.
Included are our rescue efforts for those dogs that have been enslaved in puppy mills
and the programs that we have developed for special needs children.

SASF has become a national model for other shelters and is ranked in the top 10 percent in
the United States. In addition, the Shelter leads the country with its "live release rate"
which means that of all dogs and cats brought to the shelter, 94 percent are adopted into
loving homes.

Please call Barbara Riegger at 631.728.7387 ext 240 or email barbara@sasfinc.org for info.

Saturday, July 19th - 6:30 to 9:30 pm
SOFO Goes Silver Benefit for 25th Anniversary!

South Fork Natural Histor Museum in Bridgehampton
The South Fork Natural History Museum, referred to as SoFo will celebrate it's 25th Anniversary
SoFo Goes Silver has three extraordinary female chairpersons, Susan Rockefeller/Environmentalist,
Gina Bradley/Paddle Diva and April Gornik/Artist. The evening's honorees are Peter Mattheissen,
(posthumously), Author/Naturalist, Eric Goode, Conservationalist, Michael Gerrard,

The evening will begin with open bars, light bites, a silent auction and the awards ceremony
all while hundreds of guests take in the magnificence of the museum and its surroundings.
Adam Alpert's 4AM DJs will pack the dance floor with one of their top DJ's, all donated.
Peter Ambrose Catering & Special Events will create a sumptuous menu, once people enter the
tent. Make certain not to miss one inch of this incredibly designed museum. A dream day for

Ticket price: $275 - Jr ticket under 30 - $150. For tickets and more information please
call SoFo 631.537.9735 or contact Linda Shapiro of LBS Productions at 631.725.2023 or
bspro@optonline.net and come! sofo.org

Saturday, July 19th - 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Love Heals Benefit

Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education
Wolffer Estate Vineyard
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
Co-Chairs: Caroline & Eric Villency, Alina Cho, Kelly Delaney Kot + Mark Kot
Specialty cocktails from Patron and dancing to 80's cover band Jessie's Girl!
This summer benefit for Love Heals, the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education, is attended
by 200+ celebrities, socialites, media elite and The Hamptons' trendsetters. SO come enjoy libations,
supper and dancing in the vineyard at Love Heals 18th consecutive summer event in The Hamptons!
All proceeds from the evening directly support Love Heals' efforts to protect the next generation
of New Yorkers from HIV.

Founded in 1992 to carry on the work of the late AIDS activist Ali Gertz, Love Heals empowers
young people to become leaders by giving them the knowledge, skills and confidence to protect
themselves and their communities from HIV. Love Heals. HIV-positive speakers break down stigma
and make the disease real for young people living in communities hardest hit by the epidemic.
The leading provider of HIV/AIDS education in New York City public schools, Love Heals has
partnered with more than 700 schools and community groups throughout the metropolitan area,
educating and empowering nearly 600,000 young people, parents, guardians, educators, and
community leaders.

Tickets are $300 to $500. Please call Love Heals at 212.529.7935 to buy tickets or for more information.

Saturday, July 19th - 7 pm
ACRIA Cocktails at Sunset

Beechnut Hill Farm
674 Scuttle Hole Road in Water Mill
Presented by David Yurman
Cocktails 6 to 8:30
Dinner 8 o'clock
Hosted by Ross Bleckner, Jeffrey Colle, Deborah Hughes, David Kleinberg,
Isabel Rattazzi + Stewart Shining
For tickets and more information please call 212.924.3934 x 101 or email Give@acria.org or
events@acria.org for more information. acria.org

Saturday, July 19th - 6 pm
White Hot + Blue 2
Longhouse Reserve Summer Benefit

Arrive decked in imaginative white hot + blue for this not-to-be missed magical East End
spectacular! Dine beneath the stars as LongHouse bathes you in moonlit magic. With auction
treasures to entice and entertainment to delight, your presence makes the evening complete.

This year, we are thrilled to honor two incomparables:
internationally acclaimed photographer, filmmaker and social commentator, Cindy Sherman, with
the LongHouse Award and Agnes Gund, philanthropist, patron, collector, President Emerita of MoMA,
and founder of Studio in a School, with the LongHouse Art Leadership Award.


Edward Albee
Laurie Anderson
Kim Cattrall
April Gornik
Eric Fischl
Shirin Neshat
Rufus Wainwright
Jorn Weisbrodt
Robert Wilson

The evening will begin at six o’clock, when the gardens open for a frisky and festive reception.
Guests will have a rare opportunity to mingle amongst Fashion Institute of Technology's 'Fowl Play'
exhibit as the students' spectacular bird ensembles come to life. The exhibition explores ornithology,
and how nature inspires fashion and is exemplary of the LongHouse spirit.

Projected images from the #HearstLovesLongHouse Instagram campaign and "selfie" photo booth stations
will also amuse guests during the evening. The festivities conclude with a grand dinner beneath the stars,
dessert and an After Dance Party with the stunningly stylish DJ Donna D'Cruz.

Music will be provided by Kevin Thompson and Mike Thies of Live Footage, a cinematic, experimental, and
melodic sound of Dub and Hip Hop. John Houshmand's music/art-instrument/improvisation group will also
perform. Mingling among the guests will be splashy pop-up performances from the Brooklyn Peaches Synchronized
Swimmers, pop surrealist Mike Knife, artistic dancer and water performer Heather Whatever and devilishly
delightful Beelzebabe.

WHITE HOT + BLUE 2 is organized by LongHouse Reserve President Dianne B., and Executive Director Matko
Tomicic; LongHouse Reserve Board of Trustees, including honorary chairs Edward Albee, Kim Cattrall, Rufus
Wainwright, Jorn Weisbrodt, Fred Wilson, and Robert Wilson, among others; and LongHouse Reserve Founder
and Curator, the esteemed Jack Lenor Larsen. The Silent Auction conducted by fine art auction house Paddle8
will go live on July 3rd and will run through July 19th at paddle8.com/auctions/longhouse

Attire for the evening? Shades of BLUE, WHITE or STRIPES. LongHouse Reserve likes to challenge its gala-goers
because they are a main component of the decor. Please call 631.329.3568 or email events@longhouse.org for
more information. longhouse.org

Saturday, July 19th - 6 to 8:30 pm
Annual Hampton Designer Showhouse Gala Preview Party

Bodenchak Design and Build
408 Pauls Lane in Bridgehampton
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 Showhouse
will be open to the public from Monday, July 21st through September 1st from 11 to 5 pm.

The Hampton Designer Showhouse, now in its fourteenth 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 tickets are $225- discounted to $200 before June 15th. Please call 631.377.3500
for more info!hamptondesignershowhouse.com.

Monday, July 22nd - 11:30 am to 3:30 pm
6th Annual Summer Luncheon Benefit
Give Love - Make Magic

Stone Creek Inn
405 Montauk Highway in East Quogue
Featuring Psychic Medium "Dawn Joly"
please email ddoyle@eeh.org or call 631.288.7080 for more info on tickets to benefit
East End Hospice and Camp Good Grief. eeh.org

Thursday, July 24th - 6 or 7:30 to 10
ART Southampton VIP Platinum Preview 6 pm to 7:30pm
ART Southampton VIP Preview 7:30 to 10 pm

Southampton Elks Lodge
County Road 39 A in Southampton
(adjacent to the Southampton Golf Club)
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 3rd year July 24-28. The 2014 edition will feature
a carefully selected group of 80 international art galleries exhibiting paintings,
sculpture, works on paper, photography, video and installation by modern and
contemporary artists. Art Southampton will continue to take place in an elegant
state-of-the-art 100,000-square-foot pavilion located on the sprawling 18-acre.
Complimentary onsite parking and paid valet parking is available.

Sponsored by GRAFF Diamonds, Maserati North America, Ruinart Champagne, Saunders + Associates
and Luxe Interiors + Design and benefiting the Parrish Art Museum and Southampton Hospital.
There will be Ruinart Champagne + hors d’oeuvres! Most importantly contributions from this
event will assist Southampton Hospital in continuing to meet the evolving healthcare needs
of our Eastern Long Island communities.

Hours for the art expo are Friday, 12 pm – 8 pm, Sat & Sun, 12 pm to 7 pm; Mon, 12 pm to 5 pm.
1 day pass $25; Multi-day pass,$40; Students 12-18 & Seniors, $15; Children under 12 w/ adult,
Free; Groups of 10 or more $15. Please call 305.515.8573 or email info@art-southampton.com
for more information. art-southampton.com

Friday, July 25th - 8 o'clock pm
6th Annual Summer Docs Series
KEEP ON KEEPIN' ON w/ Series Presenter Alec Baldwin

The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Hamptons International Film Festival presents the second of the SummerDocs series
for 2014 hosted by Alec Baldwin with a Q + A to follow with Director Al Hicks.

In his melodic debut KEEP ON KEEPIN' ON, Australian director Al Hicks spent four years
following the charming and sometimes poignant mentorship between jazz-legend Clark Terry
and blind piano prodigy, Justin Kaulflin, during a pivotal moment in each of their lives.
At eighty-nine years old, 'CT' has played alongside Duke Ellington and Count Basie; his pupils
include Miles Davis and Quincy Jones, but his most unlikely friendship is with Justin, a
23-year-old with uncanny talent but debilitating nerves. As Justin prepares for a competition
that could jumpstart his budding career, CT's failing health threatens his own. Beautifully
nostalgic with a reverence for the importance of finding your own sound, KEEP ON KEEPIN' ON
celebrates an iconic musician while introducing one of equal vibrancy. It is a mentoring tale
as inspirational as its subjects.

The film is produced by seven time Academy Award nominee Quincy Jones and Paula DuPre Pesmen
(producer of the Oscar winning THE COVE). The film was recently awarded two prizes at the Tribeca
Film Festival - Best New Documentary Director (Al Hicks) and the Audience Award (Documentary).

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 26th - 12 Noon to 6 pm
17th Annual Super Saturday
Ovarian Cancer Research Fund's (OCRF) Benefit
Presented by QVC

Nova's Ark Project on Scuttlehole Road in Water Mill
Special Hosts: Kelly Ripa + Donna Karan
Super Saturday is OCRF¹s fun-filled daylong fundraiser, complete with a one-of-a-kind designer
garage sale, kids¹ 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 including: Donna Karan,
Theory, alice + olivia, Diane von Furstenberg, Helmut Lang and Ralph Lauren. For the seventh
consecutive year, Rachel Zoe will be curating a luxury designer booth, "Designers A to Zoe."

Ticket prices for Super Saturday 17 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. www.ocrf.org

Saturday, July 26th - 4 to 6 pm
Monty Waterbury Cup - POLO

Bridgehampton POLO Club
Monty Waterbury Cup- KIG and Nacho Figueras vs. CT Energia
JetOne Jets Field
Two Trees Farm - 249 Hayground Road in Bridgehampton
3 pm - Gates open!
3:45 pm - National anthem
4 pm to 6 pm - Polo match
Bridgehampton Polo Club brings the sport of kings back The Hamptons for the club's 18th anniversary
season! The 2014 season will commence on Saturday, July 19th and will continue for six consecutive
Saturdays, ending August 23rd. Monty Waterbury Cup (July 19-August 2) and The Hamptons Cup
(August 9-August 23).

Bridgehampton Polo Club's 18th Anniversary Season continues with an exciting match between KIG
and Nacho Figueras vs. CT Energia. A lovely rose station by the hottest hotel and restaurant in
The Hamptons, Topping Rose House will be on hand and Spiked Seltzer and Hamptons Magazine are
sponsors. The second of six Saturdays of the Season places Bash Kazi's KIG and Polo icon Nacho
Figueras against Alessandro Bazzoni's CT Energia. Philanthropist and fashion designer Ariana
Rockefeller will be conducting the ball toss signaling the start of the match and the beginning
of a perfect late afternoon in The Hamptons.

The VIP tent will be open to guests of the sponsors and the club throughout the entire
season. The public is invited to enjoy the match from the sidelines, where Tutto
to Go will serve refreshments each Saturday of the season. Tickets are available at the
gate for the price of $20 per car. For up-to-date polo information, please contact the
Bridgehampton Polo Line at 631-278-9199. For more general information or questions,
please e-mail polo@haysgrace.com.

Saturday, July 26th - 6:30 to 9:30 pm
10th Anniverary of Annual Hamptons Happening
Waxman Foundation Benefit

Home of Maria & Kenneth Fishel - Bridgehampton
MC Chris Wragge, WCBS, Channel 2 Anchor
Honorees: Celebrity Chef David Burke, Designer Betsey Johnson, Philanthropist Paul Ridley

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation will honor luminaries from the worlds of
cuisine, fashion and philanthropy at its "A Hamptons Happening" cancer research fundraiser.
The event will fete celebrity chef David Burke, iconic fashion designer Betsey Johnson and
philanthropist Paul Ridley, co-founder of the cancer research nonprofit Row For Hope. WCBS-TV
Channel 2 News anchor Chris Wragge will emcee the event for the third consecutive year.

Chaired by co-founders Marion Waxman and Laurie Schaffran, and Raffle Chairperson Jennifer Myles,
co-chairpersons Jennifer Gould Keil and Jill and Bobby Zarin, the event supports the SWCRF's
funding of research projects by leading cancer scientists collaborating to identify and correct
abnormal gene function that causes cancer and develop minimally toxic treatments for patients.

An elegant and lively affair, "A Hamptons Happening" has blossomed into one of the can't-miss
events on the Hamptons summer social calendar. The event treats The Hamptons set to a scrumptious
celebration of New York's finest cuisine, personally presented by the top chefs of the most
celebrated restaurants in New York City and the Hamptons. Guests indulge their appetites for
the savory and the sweet, mix and mingle, bid on exciting auction items and dance to today's
hottest tunes, all the while collaborating to fund science's quest for a cure for cancer.

Individual tickets are $300. Millennial Tickets (attendees 30 years old and under) are $175.
Please contact Bridget Stein at 212.867.4502 or email bstein@waxmancancer.org and
Linda Shapiro of LBS Productions at 631.725.2023 or bspro@optonline.net for info!

Saturday, July 26th - 5 to 8 pm
Annual Chefs & Champagne GALA at Wolffers Vineyard

Wolffer Estate Vineyards
139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
VIP Reception: 5 pm to 6 pm
Main Event: 6 pm to 8:30 pm
VIP After-Party: 8:30 pm to 10 pm
The James Beard Foundation's annual summer gala is a sumptuous tasting party featuring
flowing Champagne, wines of Wolffer Estate Vineyard, and culinary offerings from a select
group of over 30 fine chefs from New York City and beyond. Join us this summer when we honor
the winner of the 2014 JBF Award!

  • JBF Members: $200
  • General Public: $275
  • VIP Premium Admission for Members and General Public: $375
  • VIP Tables of 10: $4,000

Please call 212.627.2308 for more information and for tickets.

Saturday, July 26th - 6 pm
One Thousand Nights and One Night | Sleepless Nights of Sheherazade

The Watermill Center
39 Watermill Towd Road in Water Mill
The Watermill Center will once again bring together the worlds of theater, art, fashion, design,
and society for The 21st 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.

  • Distinguished Benefactor Table for 20 | $50,000
  • Benefactor Table for 10 | $25,000
  • Patron Table for 10 | $15,000
  • Donor Ticket(s) | $1500
  • Contributor Ticket(s) | $1000
  • Cocktail Ticket(s) | $500


Saturday, July 26th - 6 pm
15th Annual Art For Life Gala

Fairview Farms in Bridgehampton
6 pm Cocktails
7 pm Dinner + Program
Michael R. Bloomberg
Valentino D. Carlotti
Kimora Lee Simmons

Featured Artist:
Carrie Mae Weems

Hosted By:
Soledad O'Brien

Music by

Individual Tickets $1,500
And Tables from $15,000

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. Attire is *Hamptons Festive* rushphilanthropic.org

The Hamptons Parties & Events for August

Saturday, August 2nd - 6:30 pm
Southampton Hospital's 56th Annual Summer Party
Endless Summer

Wickapogue + Old Town Road in Southampton

Benefit Chair: Laura Lofaro Freeman, Michael Kors + Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Emcee: Chuck Scarborough
Music: The Alex Donner Orchestra
Catering: Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs
Decor: Steven Stolman

The evening will benefit the Southampton Hospital's Jenny and John Paulson Department
of Emergency Services. Over 900 guests will enjoy an elegant dinner catered by Robbins
Wolfe Eventeurs, music by the Alex Donner Orchestra, in addition to a silent auction
and raffle at the longest running annual benefit on the East End.

Then tents will be completely transformed by the imagination and creativity of Steven
Stolman. The designer and author will bring a cool surfer vibe to the evening, with
elements inspired by Sunset Beach, Surf Lodge and the beaches from Ditch Plains, to
Santa Cruz. Nine artists including Charles Wildbank, Michael Dweck, Paton Miller,
Thomas Dash, Jeff Muhs, Peter Dayton, Jerome Lucani, Peter Tunney and Peter Max will
have custom designed surfboards on display at the event and are offering personal
experiences to go along with each, which are on CharityBuzz.com, courtesy of media
partner Hamptons Magazine.

Table sponsorships begin at $7,500. Tickets are $750 per person. For more information,
please call Southampton Hospital Foundation at 631.726.8700 x 3 or email them directly
at klucas@southamptonhospital.org. southamptonhospital.org

Saturday, August 2nd - 7 to 11 pm
Diamond in the Rough GALA

The Montauk Playhouse
240 Edgemere Street in Montauk
We're bringing you right to the heart of the dream at this year's benefit gala!!
It''s a new venue and a new theme, but we plan to continue our tradition of providing
a talk of the town evening in true Montauk spirit. Help make our plans for the performing
arts center, aquatics center, lounges, community rooms and more a reality.

This year's Gala Honorees are Alice Houseknecht, and Christine Iu + Andrew Suckling - whom we
are proud to honor for their philanthropic commitment to the community. Our Honorary Co-Chairs
are the husband and wife duo of architect Nancy Mack and Chad Smith, drummer for the Red Hot
Chili Peppers.

  • Diamond - $25,000
  • Ruby - $10,000
  • Sapphire - $5,000
  • Gold - $1,000
  • Silver - $500
  • Bronze - $250
The Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization
dedicated to raising the funds necessary to restore the historic Montauk Playhouse building
into a Community Center for all to enjoy. Please email admin@montaukplayhouse.org or call
631.668.1124 for more information. montaukplayhouse.org

Saturday, August 2nd - 4 to 6 pm
Monty Waterbury Cup - POLO

Bridgehampton POLO Club
Monty Waterbury Cup- vs.
JetOne Jets Field
Two Trees Farm - 249 Hayground Road in Bridgehampton
3 pm - Gates open!
3:45 pm - National anthem
4 pm to 6 pm - Polo match
Bridgehampton Polo Club brings the sport of kings back The Hamptons for the club's 18th anniversary
season! The 2014 season will commence on Saturday, July 19th and will continue for six consecutive
Saturdays, ending August 23rd. Monty Waterbury Cup (July 19-August 2) and The Hamptons Cup
(August 9-August 23).

The VIP tent will be open to guests of the sponsors and the club for Opening Day and
Closing Day. The public is invited to enjoy the match from the sidelines, where Tutto
to Go will serve refreshments each Saturday of the season. Tickets are available at the
gate for the price of $20 per car. For up-to-date polo information, please contact the
Bridgehampton Polo Line at 631-278-9199. For more general information or questions,
please e-mail polo@haysgrace.com.

Sunday, August 3rd - 5:30
9th Annual GREAT CHEFS Dinner for the Hayground School
2014 Chefs Dinner Honoring Tom Colicchio and Lori Silverbush

The Hayground School
151 Mitchells Lane in Bridgehampton
Celebrate the 2014 Great Chefs Dinner at a benefit featuring the top culinary talent.
Extraordinary! Intimate VIP Dinner in honor of Four-Star Chef Tom Colicchio and filmmaker Lori
Silverbush. Featuring Chefs Alfred Portale and Eric Ripert among others! Tickets are limited!

5:30-7:30 pm
MEET THE CHEFS Cocktail Party w/tasting stations, silent art auction and live music

8:00-10:30 pm
4 Course sit down dinner, live auction

VIP DINNER IN JEFF'S KITCHEN includes MEET THE CHEFS cocktail party +++
4 Course sit down dinner, live auction and specialty wines

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!

Sunday, August 3rd - 5 pm
12th Annual Through Farms and Fields Benefit
A Country Supper

Private Waterfront Home of Rich Hogan and Carron Sherry
Ward's Point on Shelter Island
Honoring the Conservation Philanthropy of Barbara Slifka
The Peconic Land Trust's 12th Annual "Through Farms and Fields" Benefit, a Country Supper, will
be at the property of the Peconic Land Trust board member Richard Hogan and Carron Sherry, on
historic Ward's Point on Shelter Island. This year's event will honor the conservation philanthropy
of Barbara Slifka.

Through Farms and Fields celebrates the local bounty of the East End - from the amazing salad
greens, vegetables, herbs and fruits of our farms, to the fresh fish from our shores, to the
wonderful wines of our vineyards. Please join us as we celebrate over 30 years of conservation
on Long Island in this unique, private setting.

Ms. Slifka has been a member of the Trustee's Council of the Peconic Land Trust since 2007, and
has generously supported the mission of the Trust and numerous conservation projects, including
the protection of the Hopping Farmland (home of the Pike Farmstand), Bridge Gardens, and Quail Hill
Farm. A fashion editor with Harper's Bazaar for 40 years, Ms. Slifka is the President of the Joseph
and Sylvia Slifka Foundation.

Please call Robin Harris at 631.283.3195 or RHarris@PeconicLandTrust.org for more information and
to purchase tickets. peconiclandtrust.org

Friday, August 8 - 5 pm
Guild Hall's Summer GALA
Celebrating Roberth Motherwell: The East Hampton Years, 1944-1952

Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Join us for a convivial evening of music, dancing, dining, and an exhilarating live
art auction at a breathtaking location - a quintessential classic experience in The Hamptons!
Exclusive VIP preview of exhibition for gala guests at Guild Hall from 6-7 pm.
Cocktails and tented sit-down dinner immediately to follow at a glorious private site.

5:00 Exhibition Preview
7:00 Cocktails
8:00 Dinner followed by live auction and dancing

Exclusive VIP preview of 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 a unique Hamptons experience!

Included at the Sponsor ticket and table level: Reserved parking in the Guild Hall parking lot
and premium dinner seating.

Cocktails only tickets include the exhibition preview at Guild Hall from 5-7pm and the cocktail
hour at the event site from 7pm-8pm.

For tickets and more information, please call the Special Events Department at 631.324.0806
x 13 or 14 or email ckaller@guildhall.org.

Friday, August 8th - 6 to 8 pm
Fifth Annual "Be Our Guest" Gala

Private Waterfront Estate on Dune Road in Quogue
Join us at WHBPAC's annual "Be Our Guest" Fundraiser Cocktail Party, a spectacular evening
of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at a glorious estate on the ocean! The annual fundraiser is
organized by the WHBPAC Advisory Council and is Chaired by Peggy Zinberg.

Support WHBPAC while enjoying sumptuous cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at a private home
on Dune Road in Quogue. This magnificent property with breathtaking views of Quantuck Bay
boasts whimsical originality, organic textures and stunning amenities! With three golf holes
in the front yard, this recently-built house belies its age as it sits majestically overlooking
the first hole.

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center is a year-round, community-based,
not-for-profit 501(c)3 arts organization, founded in 1997, that serves patrons on
the East End and across the globe. The Center is a vibrant venue committed to
providing a greater understanding and appreciation of the arts and meeting the
cultural aspiration of the area by:

  • Presenting world-class performing arts, music, dance, comedy and cinema
    from around the world.
  • Providing premier arts education programs to the widest and most diverse
    audiences, regardless of socio-economic status.
  • Acting as a catalyst to enhance the local economy, while enriching the
    community's quality of life.
Cocktail Party Ticket: $175 ($125 Tax Deductible Portion). Please call WHBPAC at
631.288.1500 or visit the Box Office at 76 Main Street in Westhampton Beach or
purchase your tickets online whbpac.org

Saturday, August 9th - 4 to 6 pm
Monty Waterbury Cup - POLO

Bridgehampton POLO Club
Monty Waterbury Cup Final- vs.
JetOne Jets Field
Two Trees Farm - 249 Hayground Road in Bridgehampton
3 pm - Gates open!
3:45 pm - National anthem
4 pm to 6 pm - Polo match
Bridgehampton Polo Club brings the sport of kings back The Hamptons for the club's 18th anniversary
season! The 2014 season will commence on Saturday, July 19th and will continue for six consecutive
Saturdays, ending August 23rd. Monty Waterbury Cup (July 19-August 2) and The Hamptons Cup
(August 9-August 23).

The VIP tent will be open to guests of the sponsors and the club for throughout the entire
season. The public is invited to enjoy the match from the sidelines, where Tutto
to Go will serve refreshments each Saturday of the season. Tickets are available at the
gate for the price of $20 per car. For up-to-date polo information, please contact the
Bridgehampton Polo Line at 631.278.9199. For more general information or questions,
please e-mail polo@haysgrace.com.

Saturday, August 9th - 5 o'clock
10th Annual Authors Night Benefit Event

Gardiner Farm
36 James Lane, East Hampton
Authors Reception from 5 to 7:30 pm & Dinner begins at 8
The evening's Founding Co-Chairs Alec Baldwin and Barbara Goldsmith will be joined by 2014
Honorary Co-Chairs Robert A. Caro, Giada DeLaurentiis, Nelson DeMille, Lee Grant, Alice
McDermott, and James McBride.

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.

Participating Authors Include: Eric Asimov - Cynthia Bardes - Thomas Beller - Charlie Bennet -
Sande Boritz Berger - Ira Berkow - Heather Bertinetti - Susan Blum - Ben Bradlee, Jr. - Howard
Bressler - Alison Winfield Burns - Henry Bushkin - Regina Calcaterra - Kevin Calica - Philip
Caputo Talia Carner - Ina Caro - Robert A. Caro - Dick Cavett - Scott Cheshire - Tom Clavin -
Yvette Manessis Corporon - Randy Correll - Suzanne Corso - Rameshwar Das - Giada De Laurentiis -
Nelson DeMille - Art Donovan - Mary Emmerling - Jennifer Esposito - Florence Fabricant - Julia
Fierro - Kevin C. Fitzpatrick - Lee Grant - Stephen H. Grant - Mac Griswold - Natalie S. Harnett -
Alice Harris - Philip K. Howard - James C. Humes - Dr. Bonnie Jacobson - Nina Kaplan - Phil Keith -
Sabiha Al Khemir Aerin Lauder - Jennifer Nicole Lee - Edmund Levin - Suzanne Levine - Emily Liebert -
Eric Van Lustbader - Victoria Lustbader - Thomas Maier - James McBride - Alice McDermott - Bill
McGowan - Susan Scarf Merrell - Ward Morehouse III - Jackie Newgent Eileen Obser - Michael
Paraskevas - Allison Pataki - Chris Pavone - Holly Peterson - Philippe Petit - Joe Pintauro -
Ted Rall Lizzy Ratner - Richard Ravitch - William P. Rayner - Andrea Q. Robinson - Martha Rogers -
Allen Salkin - Philip Schultz Bernard L. Schwartz - John Searles - Charles Seife - Joshua Wolf Shenk
- Gabrielle Selz - Gabriel Sherman - Lynn Sherr Michael Shnayerson - Laura Silver - Jessica Soffer -
Gerald Sprayregen - Kim Stolz - Todd Strasser - Susan Verde - Cat Warren Kim West - Victoria Wilson -
James D. Zirin (List in formation).

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 to 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. Please call 631.324.0222 for more info or
email authorsnight@easthamptonlibrary.org for more information. authorsnight.org

Saturday, August 9th - 6 to 8 pm
Get Wild! Summer Gala Benefit

Private home of April Gornik + Eric Fischl in North Haven
The GET WILD! Summer Gala to benefit the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of The Hamptons
will celebrate the rehabilitation and successful release of Long Island's native wildlife.
The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons is a nonprofit wildlife hospital
dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured, sick and orphaned wild animals in order to return
them to their natural habitat. The Center is a full-time professional wildlife hospital staffed
by veterinarians, licensed rehabilitators, biologists, animal behaviorists and volunteers. The
Center also provides educational programs to local elementary and secondary schools, and invites
students from local colleges participate in cooperative education programs and internships.

A grassroots organization, the Center has grown from a few concerned friends to a group of more
than 1,000 members and supporters, and receives more than 10,000 requests for information or
assistance each year. Located in a unique and irreplaceable ecosystem, the facility consists of
salt and fresh water wetlands, pine barrens, deciduous forest and meadowland. The hospital at the
Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center is designed exclusively for wild animals. Unlike veterinary
hospitals, the space is free of any ambient noises or smells to stress the animals that are
recovering within.

The GET WILD! Summer Gala to benefit the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of The Hamptons
will celebrate the rehabilitation and successful release of Long Island's native wildlife.
Ticket price- $300 - Jr ticket (under 30) -$150. Cocktail party and art auction $250 per person
Please register online or call 631.728.4200 or email wrwrch@aol.com for more info!

Saturday, August 9th - 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Physicians Committee Benefit

Private Home in Amagansett
Host Committee: Jonathan Grill, Leanne Mai-Ly Hilgart, Kate Krone,
Nora Marino, Zelda Penzel, Pam Popper, and Sony Schotland
Co Hosts: John Bradham, Dorothy Frankel, and Michael Schwarz
Join Neal Barnard, M.D., PCRM president, and members of PCRM at the home of Amagansett resident
John Bradham to support efforts to create a better future for animals and people. Enjoy cocktails,
vegan hors do’oeuvres by SuiteThreeOhSix and desserts by Vegan Treats, a silent auction, and music.
Stay tuned for more information about silent auction items! Special presentation by PCRM president
Neal Barnard, M.D. Tickets are $250-$1,000.00. Please call Special Events Manager Anne Marie Vastano
at 202.717.8662 for more information. pcrm.org

Thursday, August 14th - 6 to 8 pm
66th Annual Artists + Writers Charity Softball Game
Opening Reception

87 Newtown Lane in East Hampton
Artwork + Books for sale from our players and friends!
20 percent of proceeds benefit: East End Hopsice, Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center,
Phoenix House Academy of Long Island and The Retreat. Bid for a GREAT cause!

Friday, August 15th - 6 to 8:30 pm
66th Annual Artists + Writers Charity Softball Game
Pre-Game Cocktail Party Auction

LTV Studio
75 Industrial Road in Wainscott
Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door. artistswritersgame.org

Saturday, August 16th - 7 am
The Hamptons 3rd Annual Paddle & Party for Pink!

Benefiting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Private residence of Lisa and Richard Perry in North Haven
Join us for Paddle Board Race followed by a Sunset Party with Music by DJ Cassidy!

7:00 am Race Check-in
8:00 am Paddle Board Race
6:30 pm Sunset Party

Last year's dinner was a masterful culinary collaboration provided by:
The Beacon, Beaumarchais East Hampton a la Plage, Osteria Salina, Sen Japanese Restaurant
and Sushi Bar, Topping Rose House, Toy Restaurant, Tutto Il Giorno Baked by Melissa, Sag
Harbor Baking Company. This year's TBA.

Please call the Breast Cancer Research Foundation 646.497.2697 or email lyoo@bcrfcure.org for
more information. hamptonspaddleforpink.org

Saturday, August 16th - 2 pm
66th Annual Artists & Writers Charity Softball Game

Batting practice at 1:30 - Game begins at 2:00
Herrick Park in East Hampton
Family fun AND lunch!
Master of Ceremony: TBA
FULL LIST of both teams for famous Artists and Writers playing! Raindate August 23 : )
Come have fun, buy a shirt & hat and support our charities with our $10 suggested donation or more.

Saturday, August 16th - 4 to 6 pm
Bridgehampton POLO Club
Kelly Bensimon to Host Hampton Cup Nacho Figueras' Los Machitos vs. CT Energia

JetOne Jets Field
Two Trees Farm - 249 Hayground Road in Bridgehampton
3 pm - Gates open!
3:45 pm - National anthem
4 pm to 6 pm - Polo match
Bridgehampton Polo Club brings the sport of kings back The Hamptons for the club's 18th anniversary
season! The 2014 season will commence on Saturday, July 19th and will continue for six consecutive
Saturdays, ending August 23rd. Monty Waterbury Cup (July 19-August 2) and The Hamptons Cup
(August 9-August 23).

CT Energia and Los Machitos will face-off during Bridgehampton Polo Club's Hampton Cup
hosted by Kelly Bensimon and Talent Resources. The event will begin with a cocktail hour
starting at 3 pm - followed by the match at 4 pm. Nacho Figueras starts for Los Machitos
against Alessandro Bazzoni's CT Energia in this entertaining world-class polo match. Spectators
will enjoy a most anticipated match of the summer season and take in the Hampton Cup in style at
the VIP tent sponsored by Bai, Joseph Carr, The Calling, Heineken, and L'Alpina, along with Lancome
and Town + Country.

The event will feature parking for guests and a silent auction featuring an array items. Fly The
Whale and Tailwind Northeast Seaplane and Charter companies will be raffling seaplane tickets at
the tent as well. During the event, guests will nibble on exquisite creations from Whitmans, one
of New York City's finest burger establishments, while sipping on L'Alpina Water and fine wine
from Joseph Carr and The Calling. Guests will enjoy access to half-time divot stomp at the beautiful
polo grounds at Two Trees Farm

The public is invited to enjoy the match from the sidelines, where Tutto to Go will serve
refreshments each Saturday of the season. Tickets are available at the gate for the price
of $20 per car. For up-to-date polo information, please contact the Bridgehampton Polo Line
at 631-278-9199. For more general information or questions, please e-mail polo@haysgrace.com.

Saturday, August 16th - 5 to 7 pm
Inaugural Benefit for the Children's Justice Campaign (CJC)
Hosted by Kelly Rutherford, Christie Brinkley, Samantha Yanks, Lauren London,
Patrice Lenowitz + Mashonda Tifrere

Private home of Joan and George Hornig in Water Mill
The Inaugural Benefit for The Children's Justice Campaign will be a night of cocktails, conversations
and entertainment provided by Henry Hall. The Children's Justice Campaign (CJC) is a non-profit
dedicated to obtaining media attention highlighting the injustices committed by the U.S. Family Court
System on the innocent children involved. The event's sponsors include Joan Hornig Jewelry, Dom Perignon,
Empire CLS, Hamptons Magazine, Peter Thomas Roth and The Krim Group. Tickets are $150 and must be purchased
in advance! Please purchase tickets online and details will be sent regarding address of the private residence.

Saturday, August 16th
40th Anniversary!!

ARF Adoption Center in Wainscott
90 Daniels Hole Road in Wainscott
Cocktails + Dinner + Dancing to Peter Duchin WITH his orchestra
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, August 16th
Arabian Nights - CMEE Summer Gala Benefit

376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike in Sag Harbor
Please join CMEE for a Moroccan fete for the grown-ups! The summer celebration's collection of
entertainment-belly dancers, a tournament on our newly-opened mini golf course, games of chance,
a silent auction, Middle-Eastern cuisine, and music by the critically acclaimed DJ Hesta Prynn
makes this the do-not-miss fundraiser of the summer.

All proceeds from Arabian Nights will directly benefit CMEE's ongoing capital campaign and the
renovations. Ticket packages are available at the following levels:

  • Platinum Lounge ($50,000)
  • VIP Lounge ($25,000)
  • Private Lounge ($10,000)
  • Sponsor Couple ($1500)
  • Individual Ticket ($450)

*Worried about what to wear? You can get into the spirit of the evening at our on-site accessory
bar or visit our friends at the Styleliner between 8/1 and 8/3 for a collection of pieces
specifically curated for the event. Please call Lara Sweeney 631.537.8250 for more information
or purchase tickets online. cmee.org

Saturday August 16th - 7:30 pm
The Hamptons International Film Festival presents SummerDocs #3
Last Days in Vietnam hosted by Alec Baldwin

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Q and A to follow with Special Guests TBA
During the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War, the North Vietnamese Army closes
in on Saigon as South Vietnamese resistance crumbles. The United States has only a
skeleton crew of diplomats and military operatives still in the country. As
Communist victory becomes inevitable and the U.S. readies to withdraw, some
Americans begin to consider the certain imprisonment and possible death of their
South Vietnamese allies, co-workers, and friends. Meanwhile, the prospect of an
official evacuation of South Vietnamese becomes terminally delayed by Congressional
gridlock and the inexplicably optimistic U.S. Ambassador. With the clock ticking and
the city under fire, a number of heroic Americans take matters into their own hands,
engaging in unsanctioned and often makeshift operations in a desperate effort to
save as many South Vietnamese lives as possible. Produced and Directed by Rory
Kennedy. Written by Mark Bailey and Keven McAlester. Edited by Don Kleszy. Executive
Producer: Mark Samels. Free Student Rush tickets ARE available for this program!

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.

Sunday August 17th - 9 am SHARP
19th Annual ELLEN'S RUN - rain or shine!

Parrish Hall Memorial at Southampton Hospital
235 Herrick Road in Southampton
Ellen's Run, a 5K run-walk, will benefit breast cancer patient support services.
Day-of-race registration is from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., $35. 631.907.1952 or please
call 212.840.0916 for more information. Ellen's Run has become a Hamptons tradition,
bringing together over 1,000 runners and walkers each year. ellensrun.org

Friday, August 22nd through Sunday, August 24th - 7:30 pm
Inaugural Summer Family Film Festival Presented By
The Hamptons International Film Festival + Southampton Arts Center

Lawn of the Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton (old Parrish Art Museum)
The weekend's festivities will kick off on Friday, August 22 with a screening of Charlie Chaplin
silent shorts outdoors on the lawn of the Southampton Arts Center along with a live piano
accompaniment by celebrated musician Donald Sosin and will conclude with a 3D screening of
DreamWorks Animation's HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 on Sunday, August 24 at the United Artists
Southampton 4 Movie Theater. A weeklong student filmmaking workshop will also take place from
August 18-22 at the Southampton Arts Center. It will include family-friendly screenings of short
and feature length films.

Southampton Arts Center is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide the highest
quality programming to the entire community through partnerships with a diverse slate of world-class
artists, performers, educators and cultural institutions. As stewards of one of the most beloved
buildings and grounds on the East End, we serve as a hub to strengthen arts and culture in Southampton
Village for this and future generations. hamptonsfilmfest.org

Saturday, August 23rd - 4 to 6 pm
Hampton Cup FINAL - POLO

Bridgehampton POLO Club
Closing Day- vs.
JetOne Jets Field
Two Trees Farm - 249 Hayground Road in Bridgehampton
3 pm - Gates open!
3:45 pm - National anthem
4 pm to 6 pm - Polo match
Bridgehampton Polo Club brings the sport of kings back The Hamptons for the club's 18th anniversary
season! The 2014 season will commence on Saturday, July 19th and will continue for six consecutive
Saturdays, ending August 23rd. Monty Waterbury Cup (July 19-August 2) and The Hamptons Cup
(August 9-August 23).

The VIP tent will be open to guests of the sponsors and the club for Opening Day and
Closing Day. The public is invited to enjoy the match from the sidelines, where Tutto
to Go will serve refreshments each Saturday of the season. Tickets are available at the
gate for the price of $20 per car. For up-to-date polo information, please contact the
Bridgehampton Polo Line at 631-278-9199. For more general information or questions,
please e-mail polo@haysgrace.com.

Saturday, August 23rd from 5 to 9 pm
Dan's HARVEST East End: The Wine + Food Classic

McCall Vineyard and Ranch in Cutchogue
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. The wine-centric affair will welcome
back Joshua Wesson, sommelier and wine enthusiast, to lead the event and honor Florence
Fabricant, longtime New York Times dining columnist, and Long Island chef-restaurateur
Tom Schaudel, for their contributions to the area's food and wine culture. Fabricant,
a maven in the industry, is more than just a journalist, having published 11 cookbooks,
and is proud to launch a new title this summer. The elegant affair will also include a
silent auction featuring Jerboams (double magnums), bottled especially for the event
by participating wineries.

HARVEST EAST END is a 501 (c)(3) charity and annual fundraiser organized by the Long Island
Wine Council. This gracious event supports our regional wine marketing efforts, and invests
in the future of the region by giving to worthy charities that support and preserve our land
and people now and for generations to come: the Peconic Land Trust and the Long Island Farm
Bureau Promotion & Education Foundation. Be a part of this annual event and harvest the world
class wine and local flavors of one of the world's most exciting, emerging viticultural and
culinary destinations!

The Festival Tasting
7:30-10 pm $125 per person before August 10; $150 starting August 11 and at the door (if
available). Join local winemakers for current releases and barrel samples of their not-yet-
released wines. The Festival Tasting also features the flavors of the region's farms, fishermen,
cheesemakers and other food artisans in dishes made and served by top local chefs. Bask in the
bounty of Long Island in this walk-around tasting of wine and food.

The Vin-IP Experience
Private entrance 6:30-7:30 pm $275 per person, $2,500 per group of 10 or $3,000 for a reserved
table for 10. Buy individual tickets or reserve tables of 10 in our well-appointed VIP space.
Enjoy an hour of private time to meet winemakers and chefs, a sparkling wine reception, up-front
event parking and exclusive access to the Library Lounge, where older vintages and special
selections of wine will be served.

10-Mile Dinners
These unforgettable, ultra-local, multi-course meals are open to a small number of diners, by
invitation only. Each will be hosted by a Long Island winemaker–pouring his reserve wines–with
perfectly paired courses prepared by a top regional chef. See the lineup of this year's dinners
and learn how to get your invitation. Please call 1.800.838.3006 or email info@longislandmerlot.com
for more information. harvestend.com

Sunday, August 24th through August 31st - 8 to 5 daily
OPENING DAY of The 39th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show

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, August 31st 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.

No charge on Monday, August 25th (limited competition this day, but boutiques and exhibition tent
are open). FREE Parking. Opening Ceremonies begin at 12 NOON in the Grand Prix Ring immediately
following the Leadline Classes with riders under the age of 8. hamptonclassic.com

Thursday, August 28th - 6 to 9 pm
SummerFest in Southampton!

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane in Southampton
SummerFest will be held on the historic grounds of 25 Jobs Lane. 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 programming
partners. Sponsored by Audi of America, Beach Magazine + Douglas Elliman

Mikhail Baryshnikov
Bryan Hunt
Emma de Kooning Villeneuve
Isabel de Kooning Villeneuve
Wynton Marsalis
Vik Muniz
Adam Pendleton
Robert Wilson

Simone and David W. Levinson
Tiffany and Claus Moller

Donya and Scott Bommer
Lise and Michael Evans
Fernanda Niven


  • Backbar Grille
  • 75 Main
  • Citarella's
  • Harlow
  • Le Charlot
  • La Parmigiana
  • Little Red
  • Nammos Estiatorio
  • Robert's
  • Sant Ambroeus
  • Silver's
  • Sip n' Soda
  • Southampton Social Club
  • Station
  • The Plaza Cafe
  • Tuscan House
  • Tutto il Giorno

Please call 631.283.0967 or email info@southamptoncenter.org for more information.

Friday, August 29th through LABOR DAY - 10 am to 7 pm
68th Annual Shinneock Indian Powwow
Summer Benefit for the Shinnecock Tribe and the Shinnecock Presbyterian Church

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.com

Friday, August 29th - 7:30 pm
The Hamptons International Film Festival presents SummerDocs #4
The Overnighters hosted by Alec Baldwin

The John Drew Theater in the Dina Merrill Pavilion at Guild Hall
158 Main Street in East Hampton
Directed by Jesse Moss
Q and A to follow with Special Guests TBD
In the tiny town of Williston, North Dakota tens of thousands of unemployed hopefuls
show up with dreams of honest work and a big paycheck when hydraulic fracturing in
that region unlocks a vast oil field in the nearby Bakken shale. Upon arrival,
however, busloads of newcomers step into the sad reality of slim work prospects and
nowhere to sleep - the town lacks the infrastructure to house even those who do find
gainful employment. Over at Concordia Lutheran Church, Pastor Jay Reinke is Hell-bent
on delivering the migrants some dignity. Night after night he converts his church into
a makeshift dorm and counseling center, opening the church's doors to allow the "Overnighters"
- as he calls them - to stay for a night, a week or sometimes even longer, sleeping on the floor,
in the pews, and in their cars in the Church parking lot. A modern-day "Grapes of Wrath," The
Overnighters engages and dramatizes a set of universal societal and economic themes: the promise
and limits of re-invention, redemption and compassion, as well as the tension between the moral
imperative to "love they neighbor" and the practice of one small community when confronted by a
surging river of desperate, job-seeking strangers. The film premiered in the U.S. Documentary
Competition at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it was awarded the Special Jury Prize for
Intuitive Filmmaking. The film will be released theatrically by Drafthouse Films in Fall 2014.

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 30th - 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Custom Cool's 4th Annual Benefit

The Hayground School
151 Mitchell Lane in Bridgehampton
Custom Cool Rugs invites you to join us for our 4th annual Barefoot Benefit in support
of GoodWeave and the Rogue Wave Foundation. Enjoy Hamptons made delicacies prepared by
chef Estelle Arlaud, cocktails and beverages from local distributors and live music and
entertainment by Escola de Same Boom, Fire Dancers, and local live band "Mr. No Shame"
with local singer Leanna Pascual!!

This joyful evening celebrates the youth of the world, the craftspeople who make our
beautiful products and the local talent of The Hamptons. The proceeds of our annual Rug
Raffle for a Custom Cool 8' x 10' rug manufactured to the winners specifications go
directly to the GoodWeave Foundation. We will be auctioning off two magnificent rugs
created by world renowned artists and celebrities on the night of the event. In addition
we will be auctioning a rug designed by a local High School student in aid of Rogue Wave.

GoodWeave is a global nonprofit organization working to end child labor in the carpet
industry and apply its market-based modelto new sectors where child protection and human
rights are denied.

Rogue Wave is a community based initiative working to provide teens living in The Hampton's
with the experiences, nurturing one to one relationships and the community support they need
to help them develop and cultivate their skills and passions and to grow their self esteem.

Please buy tickets buy tickets online

Some GREAT Annual Fall Events! stick around ; )

Saturday, September 6th - 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Late Summer Cocktail Party

17 Meeting House Lane in Southampton
Summer people and locals both come out to celebrate the end of the season on the lawn of the
1843 Rogers Mansion. Make new friends, see familiar faces and make plans for fall while
supporting the Museum's education programs. Festive dress encouraged! Tickets are
$50 Members, $65 Non-Members. Please call call the Museum at 631.283.2494 for more info
and to buy tickets! southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

September 6th - 4:30 to 8 pm
Box Art Auction to Benefit East End Hospice

Ross School's Center for Well Being
Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton
More than 75 of the finest artists on Long Island's East End have again created memorable boxes
for an auction benefiting the East End Hospice. The silent auction will begin at 4:30 pm with a
live auction at 6 pm. The public is invited to a free preview reception at Hoie Hall at St. Luke's
Church in East Hampton (18 James Lane) on Wednesday, August 27th from 5 to 7 pm. Prior to the
auction, the boxes will be on view at Hoie Hall on Wednesday and Thursday, August 27th and 28th,
from 10 am to 4 pm. 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. Admission to the September 6th auction
is $60, which includes wine and hors d'oeuvres. For additional information please contact Theresa
Murphy at the East End Hospice at 631.288.7080 or email tmurphy@eeh.org.

Saturday, September 6th - 6 pm to 11 pm
SASF Benefit at the Boardy Barn

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

Sunday, September 14 - 7 AM Registration
A Paddle for Ted

Wades Beach on Shelter Island
$4000 Cash Purse, Trophies, Medals, and Raffles
Great Peconic Race is an expedition paddle race circumnavigating Shelter Island located between
the North and South Forks of Long Island. The race honors Ted Baldwin's love for the bays and
proceeds will be donated in support Rogue Wave Foundation work to help east end children build
confidence and self esteem. This is an advanced recreational and elite race open to all seaworthy
craft powered by oar or paddle. Participants can expect open bay conditions, including at times
strong currents and any host of wind/wave conditions. Half course and relay options are also
available. There is no rain date, alternate courses are in place should there be rough or foggy

Safety First!
While we have power boat escorts, EMT's and ground truck support, there will be extended periods
of time that you are on your own and must be prepared to be independent and self sufficient. Basic
Safety gear and day provisions are required of all participants.

Friday September 12th through Sunday, September 14th
Sag Harbor's Annual HarborFest Celebration

Once described as the largest block party extending out over the water, this year
Harborfest will be a village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor.
Free, unlimited parking at Havens Beach with free trolley service through the village!
Enjoy and Celebrate Sag Harbor! Schedule of events online. harborfest

Saturday, September 13th - 7 pm to 10 pm
Dan Bailey Tribe for HarborFest

Harlow East
1 Long Wharf (formerly B. Smith's)
Sag Harbor finally has a great venue for outdoor on-the-water live music!
Free show. $5 beers + great music starting at sunset on the back deck.

Friday, September 19th + Saturday, September 20th - 5 pm
Inaugural Annual East End Music + Arts Festival in The Hamptons
Presented by *uniphi good*

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
76 Main Street in Westhampton Beach
5pm - VIP Event/ Artist Meet & Greet and VIP Reception for Art Show
7pm - Doors for General Admission for Concert
8pm - Show Begins

The East End Music + Arts Festival, presented by NYC and Hamptons based entertainment
organization,uniphi good, is a series of cultural and entertainment events taking place
in The Hamptons - bringing together two days of music, entertainment, culture and fun at
community based venues in The Hamptons, to benefit local food pantries in Westhampton and
East Hampton (Springs), all in one multi-media entertainment experience.

The East End Music & Arts Festival 2014 two day celebration will feature music, film, art,
celebrities and entertainment, all at community based venues in The Hamptons. Festival
highlights include a concert event with Grammy(tm) nominated artists Robert Randolph and Tonic,
American Idol(tm) Alum Paul McDonald, singer-songwriter Toby Lightman, and NYC based Hurrah!
A Bolt of Light!, all on Friday, September 19th at the WHBPAC.

The East End Music & Arts Festival is incredibly honored to announce that in addition to the
music event, concert-goers and general public will have the opportunity to view and purchase
very limited edition artwork created and signed by the one-and-only Ringo Starr, will be displayed
at the Auer Studio at WHBPAC. Ringo donates 100% of all his art revenue to the Lotus Foundation.

A special Kids Day "Art & Astronauts", where professional art educators will lead kids in a fun,
educational art project, related to space and the locally inspired abstract expressionist movement,
that children will be able to take home. Astronauts on site will include Spanish-American, Commander
Michael "LA" Lopez-Alegria, NASA record holder for most spacewalks and longest spaceflight.

Charity partners will benefit from each event, as community involvement and support is a critical
part of festival philosophy, with a goal to provide not only a fundraising opportunity for charity
partners, but also a full messaging campaign to be included as an organic part of all promotion and
outreach. Local food pantries in Westhampton Beach and East Hampton (Springs) will benefit from the
concert event and Kids Day and Ringo donates 100% of all his art revenue to the Lotus Foundation.

Tickets: Limited Number of VIP Packages available - $200
Includes pre-show artist Meet & Greet, guaranteed seats in first two rows, VIP Art
Reception, Additional concert ticket prices range from $75 - $115.

Please contact Annie Balliro at 917.674.1249 or email annie@uniphigood.com for more information
on how to purchase tickets, event and talent updates. uniphigood.com

Saturday, September 20th - 9 am start!
Color Me Wild Fundraiser

5K Color Fun Run
Tiana Beach in Hampton Bays
Price: $50 per person
Sponsorships available : ) For reservations or more information, please call Cheryl Steinhauer
at the Center, 631.728.4200 at the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center.

Saturday, September 20th - 7 pm
Claude Mayers Annual Hamptons Poetry Reading
William Merritt Chase Estate

Artists Colony in "Art Village"
Tuckahoe Road in Southampton
If too COLD will hold in cottage on Studio Lane, right turn north off Montauk Highway/aka Route 27A
as you are going west out of Southampton, first house/cottage on left. Across street from Shinnecock
Indian Reservation.

Poet, surfer, political observer, world traveller, Claude Mayers will host his 2014 annual Hamptons poetry
reading at the William Merritt Chase estate. Admission will be free. Wine and Cheese will be served.
  Molly Weiss, Parrish Art Museum Poetry Slam winner, will be the featured reader. Former Suffolk
Country Poet Laureate (2009-2011) Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan of North Sea, Southampton, will also read,
as will Amy Cammel and Lutha Leahy-Miller.  There may be other surprise readers. The evening will
be videotaped for local TV broadcast in the forthcoming months; so bring your pillows and blankets
and chairs as the reading may take place under the stars!

Featured works will include "Flying House Blown Off Its Foundation," "The Greater Good,
"After The Tsunami Alarm" {set in Japan}, "Traffic Report," "Integrity On A Bender" plus
surf/ocean/beach poems and poems about travelling and current politics.  Mr. Mayers most
recent book "Vault Of Poems" may be sourced for other poems, as he often takes requests
from the audience.  He has written over 3000 poems on a broad spectrum of topics over
the past several decades.

Friday, September 26th + Saturday, September 27th
4th Annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival

Old Whalers Church
44 Union Street in Sag Harbor
Local to Global, Jazz and Blues, Roots and Folk, Pop and more! The Festival kicks-off with
a Main Stage concert & fundraiser at the Old Whalers Church, followed by a day of FREE music
with dozens of musical acts. Local galleries, restaurants and businesses serve as the free,
intimate venues along with outdoor locations, offering a wide variety of performances during
the Festival weekend. Celebrating Sag Harbor through music, we showcase free live performances
and promote Sag Harbor as a cultural destination!

Please contact the festival for more information on sponsorships and performances:
Board President + Co-Artistic Director Kelly C. Dodds at 917.715.4116 or kelly@sagharbormusic.org,
Kerry Farrell, Co-Artistic Director Kerry Farrell at 917.655.7171 or kerry@sagharbormusic.org,
Board Treasurer Laura Grenning at 631.767.5302 or info@grenninggallery.com, Board Sectretary
John Landes at 631.603.6160 or jlandes1948@yahoo.com, Board Member Joe Lauro 631.466.2768 or
joe@historicfilms.com. sagharbormusic.org

Saturday, September 27th - 11 am to 4 pm
Harvest Day Fair

The Southampton Historical Museum celebrates life in the 19th century with activities that recall
a simpler, hands on era where everyone pitched in to make a sustainable home life. Costumed
trades people will demonstrate decoy carving, beekeeping, blacksmithing, candle making, basketry
and many more traditional crafts. Civil War re-enactors will be making camp, rifle shooting and
parading. Fun for the whole family. Free admission.

Thursday, October 9th through October 13th
22nd Hamptons International Film Festival

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

Saturday, October 11th - 12 noon to 5 pm
Harvest Party at Wolffers Estate Vineyard

139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack
(Rain date Sunday, 12 October 2014)
Local favorite Nancy Atlas will provide the rockin' soundtrack to an epic day of
delicious food, Wolffer wine and cider, barrel-rolling, pumpkin-rolling, hayrides,
face-painting, arts and crafts for kids, and much more. This event sells out every
year--in fact, kids tickets are already gone! Hope to see you there! wolffer.com

Saturday, October 18th - 5:30 to 8 pm
10th Annual Birdhouse Auction
Lucia's Angels Benefit - BYE BYE BIRDIE

Southampton Social Club
256 Elm Street in Southampton
The birdhouse auction, which has become one of the major fund-raising events of the
Lucia's Angels, began ten ago as the brainstorm of East End artist and breast cancer
survivor Karyn Mannix. The auction continues to help women and families in need. After
ten years of auctioning birdhouses, it was time for a change. This will be the final
birdhouse auction. The annual event will continue next year with a different theme.

This year, 100 artists have donated their talents and creativity to help design a one
of a kind birdhouse, which will be auctioned off to raise money for the various cancer
support programs.

Lucia's angels was created in loving memory of Lucia Terzi Bagan. Lucia was a very
giving person- not only of the material sense but also of herself and her heart.
It's no wonder she had so many friends and family surrounding her in her final days.
It was Lucia's wish that other women and their families could have that same kind of
love and support through their toughest times. Lucia’s Angels has provided help and
funding for: babysitting, heating bills, health insurance premiums, automobile repair,
groceries, ambulatory trips, therapeutic massage, salon services and wigs. From special
wishes like one more trip to the beach, to providing extra child-care, to the holding
of a hand, Lucia's spirit and Angels will be there.

Tickets are $50/$60 at the door. Please call 631.726.8715 for more information or to
buy tickets!!

We will be changing over to our Fall + Winter 2015 Calendar this month!