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Montauk Observatory To Host William Taylor, NASA Solar System Ambassador

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "To all of us at the Montauk Observatory, this work is important because it not only puts people in closer touch with the universe around them, but with each other," said Donna McCormick.


Southampton Hospital Holding Food Drive For Local Food Pantry

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "During the winter season, employment is scarce and the need for food and warm clothing increases," noted Robert Chaloner, the Hospital's President and CEO.


Hamptons-Based Domestic Violence Agency Seeking Donors For Holiday Giving Programs

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "When you are with family and friends this holiday season, we hope you will have shared your good fortune with your neighbors whose lives have been disrupted by domestic violence," said Loretta K. Davis.


Local Preschool Earns National Recognition From The Nature Explore Program

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "These spaces inspire hands-on activity, creativity, play and plenty of time exploring the natural world," said Heather Fox.


Fall In Love With Fall 2016 During Hamptons Foliage Garden Walk

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "There is a real science to understanding fall color, and it can be quite fascinating," shared Alex Feleppa.


Hamptons-Based Animal Shelter Welcomes New Executive Director To The Team

by Julia Braat
Community News - "What attracted me to SASF was its story - how a committed group of individuals in this community stepped and took over a municipal shelter and turned it into one of the most respected animal welfare organizations in the region," Jerry Rosenthal said.


East End Food Pantries: Always The Right Time Of Year To Do The Right Thing

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "The need has been growing over the years. We distribute the second Tuesday of the month, and easily 100 or more people show up," said Francis Ecker, who founded the Montauk Food Pantry 30 years ago.


Hamptons-Based Business Continues To Support Southampton Hospital With Fourth Consecutive Donation

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "They do so many great things for people. It's just nice to give back to them," said Julie Kazdin Boucher.


Town Of East Hampton Looks To Boost LIRR Commuter Options

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Shuttle service on the LIRR has the potential to not only lessen traffic, but also to provide a larger bank of employees for the our businesses," shared JoAnne Pahwul.


Strut Your Mutt Award Campaign To End On Halloween

by Olivia Braat
Community News - "So many good dogs and cats arrive at Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation each year," said Joe Gettler.


The Hamptons Visitors Council Launches New Website And Holiday Season Marketing Campaign

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Things get pretty quite here after October thru May, and that's not good for business whether you own a restaurant or run a museum or art gallery," noted Kevin Lonnie.


Hamptons-Based Organizations Causing "Hysteria" Over Halloween Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "NPC loves to create a slow grind fear through imagery, literal and figurative darkness, leaving audience members with remnants of theatrical disturbia once they leave," said Kate Mueth.


Southampton Arts Center To Screen Three Creepy Classics Alongside A Spooktacular Haunted House

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "We envision the Southampton Arts Center as your one-stop-shop for terror this month!" said Director of Programs, Amy Kirwin.


Southampton Hospital Preparing For Flu Season With Free Adult Influenza Clinic

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The best way to avoid getting the flu is to be vaccinated by the end of October," shared Deborah Maile, RN, Director of Infection Prevention at Southampton Hospital.


East End And Hamptons Halloween Happenings For Those Too Old To Trick Or Treat

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Sure collecting candy as a kid was fun, but these East End activities prove it's not just about the trick or treating on Halloween.


Be Bold, Be Bald! Campaign Sweeping The Nation

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Witnessing Mike's heroic, two-year fight, we saw firsthand the courage and strength cancer patients have," said John Freedman.


Amagansett Food Institute's Fall Festival Honoring Local Autumn Flavors And Traditions

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Amagansett Food Institute will join the community in celebrating the bounty of the fall harvest at our Second Annual Fall Festival," said Kathleen Masters.


Hamptons Halloween Spooktacular Gatherings, Activities And Parties For Children

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Why limit letting your little one proudly display their haunting Halloween attire to just one day?


Hamptons Halloween: East End Parades To Bring Your Ghosts, Witches, Goblins, Princesses, And Superheroes To

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Hamptons Halloween parades are spaced out enough this year that you can bring your ghosts, witches, goblins, princesses, superheroes or other otherworldly characters to several of the marches.


Sag Harbor Partnership Honors April Gornik With First Annual Community Service Award

by Olivia Braat
Community News - "I am thrilled to be honored," shared Gornik. "But I'm going to repeat over and over again how me being honored is very much a matter of being able to work with extraordinary community partners, starting with my fantastic Sag Harbor Partnership board, and the wonderful people I've met through Save Sag Harbor over the years."


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