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Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk Celebrates Its 38th Anniversary

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Tradition, unity, charity and family fun!" Julie ONeill-Bliss, Sponsorship and Marketing Coordinator of the Shelter Island Run, told Hamptons.com is what made the 38th Annual Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk a tremendous success.

INTERVIEW: Paule Pachter On Long Island Cares And The Inaugural "Caliente" Hamptons Benefit

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Hunger doesn't know any seasons, it's just there," Pachter told Hamptons.com.

Hamptons 4th Of July Fireworks, Festivities, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Independence Day fireworks displays will light up the Hamptons skies from Montauk to Westhampton Beach, and the 4th of July and fireworks fun doesn't end there.

Popular Hamptons Summer Family Fair To Return The Weekend Before 4th Of July

by Kristen Catalano
Community News - "The St. Luke's Summer Fair is the oldest fair in the Hamptons," noted Rev. Denis Brunelle.

Southampton Hospital To Offer Free HIV Testing On National HIV Testing Day

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "About 1 in 7 people in the United States who have HIV don't know they have it," noted Michael Collins, Program Director of the David E. Rogers, MD Center.

Southampton Town Starts A Trend On Long Island With The First AGZA Green Zone On The East Coast

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Establishing a Green Zone at the East Quogue Village Green is a starting point to test innovative equipment and techniques that would improve the quality of life for residents in terms of noise and air quality, which is consistent with the action goals of the Towns Sustainability Plan," stated Assemblywoman Christine Scalera.

INTERVIEW: Bill Rodgers On Running Shelter Island, Post Race Traditions, His Journey To The Olympic Team, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I'm really looking forward to it, but I wish just once, I could beat Joan Benoit Samuelson," he said about the Shelter Island 10k/5k Run/Walk.

38th Annual Shelter Island 10k/5k Run/Walk To Return Over Father's Day Weekend

by Kristen Catalano
Community News - "It's a tradition you have generations of families and runners enjoying this day to either set a personal best, win the family crown, get together with their running teams to enjoy a weekend of fitness, fun and scenic beauty on the rock," said Mary Ellen Adipietro, Race Coordinator.

ECI Launches Organic Gardening Classes

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "You are what you eat, and knowing how to grow at least some portion of your own food is essential to understanding how to maintain your health in a culture of processed and chemical-laden foods," noted Marc Fasanella.

Shelter Island Chamber Of Commerce Seeking Local Artists And Craftspeople For Annual Summer Art Show & Craft Fair

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We are so excited to put together this year's lineup of artists and vendors," shared Janalyn Travis-Messer.

Montauk Harbor Clean-Up To Be Held Day Before Blessing Of The Fleet

by Kristen Catalano
Community News - "The harbor access areas collect debris and this community partnership initiative comes at a time when we need to spruce up the harbor front for the Blessing of the Fleet taking place the next day, Sunday, throughout our visitor high season and everyone who lives here," says Laraine Creegan.

Tour Seven Exquisite Hamptons Outdoor Oases During The Garden Conservancy's Open Days Garden Tour

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "There are exquisitely intricate gardens, a remarkable two-acre farm, and understated designs that that focus on the natural landscape and ecological principles," noted Stephanie Werskey.

Montauk Fourth Grade Students Working To Reduce The Community's Use Of Plastic

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Such a simple environmental idea but so impactful for our community waterways and marine life made sense to us, so the Chamber helped the students email an announcement letter asking our business members to support their plan," explained Laraine Creegan.  

Inaugural Hamptons Charity Tag Sale To Support East Hampton-Based After School Program

by Kristen Catalano
Community News - "We have everything from antiques, art, sporting equipment, toys, china, jewelry and more!" said Susan Hanley.

Hamptons Beach Makes Dr. Beach's Top Ten Beaches Of 2017 List

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - The East End beach has earned a spot on the list multiple times.

Gourmet Food Trucks, Musicians, Artists, And The Community To Gather At Annual East End Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - It's a fun-for-the-entire-family event that includes fine arts and crafts fair, live music and performance, a drum circle, gourmet food trucks, and various arts, crafts, dance, and music activities.

2nd Annual Sag Harbor Cultural History Weekend To Feature Gallery Exhibitions, Discussions, And Family-Fun Activities

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "We run this annual event to help familiarize the community with this wide breadth of cultural resources that are available to them," said Eric Cohen.

Long Island Regional Seed Consortium Looking To Protect Regional Seed Bank With "The Mothership" Kickstarter Campaign

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We want to be able to continue to steward varieties and in turn pass them on so others can grow them," Cheryl Frey Richards explained.

Paws In The Park To Raise Funds For The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Saturday is going to be a blast," shared Kate McEntee.

Hallockville Museum Farm Partnering With Long Island Livestock Company For Annual Spring Fleece And Fiber Fair

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "For the first time we are also featuring special fiber arts related workshops," noted Lisa A. Pepe.

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