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A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Benefits Go Round!

Within The Hedges - Saturdays are a whirlwind of social events from polo, to beach parties, to elegant events and benefits with fantasy auctions, and nightclubs. It's a good thing all the concerts and plays are now on Sunday. Ahh, what a weekend!

Perfect Peiper Weekend!

Within The Hedges - Where was the air-conditioning? It was a sultry weekend on the Polo fields, at the Chamber Music Festival, and at Sergio Rossi in East Hampton. It got even steamier at Blue and at Anna's Luau. Loads of money was raised for all sorts of causes - young teachers, the waterways, mental retardation, and of course art.

Red Hot Etiquette Lesson

Within The Hedges - When John McEnroe tells you to sush you listen, or so we all learned at the Red Hot Red Cross Ball. We sadly say goodbye to Polo, what will we do in the afternoon from now on? The Writers and Artists battled it out again in Herrick Park. And tennis brought out major players to Amagansett who partied into the night at Cain at Cabana in Southampton.

Behind the Bash with Two Hamptons Chefs

Within The Hedges - As we celebrate Thanksgiving check out how "Two Hamptons Chefs" feed 1000 on Food TV's "Behind the Bash". Talking about a great bash, Barney's was the place to be for the Enviornmental Defense benefit that raised over $50,000 with the Hamptons own Somers Farkas and Ann Colley serving on the Host Committee. We also stopped by the WNYC Gala 2005 and the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House 18th Annual Holiday Bazaar.

A Holiday Party at the Bronx Museum and an Opera in Springs

Within The Hedges - The Bronx Museum thanked its supporters at a lavish affair at the Marlborough Gallery on 57th Street. Back in Springs, 40 fourth graders put on an opera in conjunction with the Metropolitan Opera, "Days in Bonac".

Festivals, Luaus, and Benefits

Within The Hedges - Another perfect weekend for the perfect summer dress. There were concertes big and small and festivals celebrating food. What more do you want out of a perfect weekend?

Classic End to Summer

Within The Hedges - With the end of summer upon us celebrities and the social elite came out to enjoy the festivites at the Hampton Classic, and to raise money for Fight for Children and ARF. On everyone's minds were the hurricane victims and generous Hamptonites gave more at every party to help.

On the Runway

Within The Hedges - Fashion Week in the Big Apple drew huge crowds as usual. Spring 2006 is gorgeous - we can't wait to shop! Back in the Hamptons, we raised money for the Red Cross Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief Fund at Wolffer Estate. We also had some family fun at Harbor Fest and at Country Western Day.

Dance, Party, Benefit, Relax

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The weekend began with a tribute to “Grey Gardens” at Guild Hall. We enjoyed “Cocktails in the Garden” with the Peconic Land Trust on Friday night. It was over to Amagansett’s Sylvester & Co. Home for and afternoond artists reception. Saturday night we headed out for the CMEE Gala, Hamptons Tea Dance, and the Parish Midsummer Party (and the after party). After that hustle and bustle it was a relaxing Sunday afternoon by the Cain Estate pool with the Cygalle Healing Spa.

All About Fashion

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - A weekend whirl full of fashion started with the Chloe show at Saks and the jewelry show at Wall Street Bead. The Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge began with Brooke Shields and a beautiful crowd. Cormaria held their Gala on the Bay, Chefs and Champagne came to Wolffer Estate, and the CDCH held their Orchid Ball at Sayer Park.

Making the Rounds

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Picture perfect weather made making the rounds about town easy and enjoyable. There was so much to do from the annual Sandcastle Contest and Clothesline Art Sale in East Hampton and polo in Bridgehampton. We got our art fix at Bravura as Evidence Dance Company toasted the committee and then headed up the street to Hampton Road Gallery. It was off to Indian Wells to support Teach For America. Rounding the weekend it was family day at the Wild Wild West Canival and a bit more art on Shelter Island for Earth Pledge.

Star Studded Galas

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - This weekend was star studded as events around the East End celebrated everything from a big birthday to several good causes. We sang along with the Doo Woppers and sampled our way through the food and wine festival. Bravo to all who helped make these benefits so successful.

The Glittering Days of Summer

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The final weeks of summer were a whirl with parties almost every day. Here are some of our favorites that benefited some very worthy causes like the Red Cross, Hayground School, Bailey House, Safe Horizon, and a dozen more. Cheers to all!

Pow Wow Weekend

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The rain held nothing back from the Hampton Classic Horse Show and the Shinnecock Pow Wow. These end of summer rituals continued to wow us with pageantry and showmanship. Now is the time to get serious about art and we did at a few show openings this Labor Day weekend.

Something Old, Something New

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - Intermix hosted “Something Old, Something New” clothing drive to benefit the Junior Council of Safe Horizon. For over 50 years, Scavullo captured on film many of the most famous personalities of the 20th Century. Now a stunning retrospective of his iconic images, over 100 of his most celebrated photographs, are on view at The Gallery at New World Stages in the heart of New York’s Theater District.

Harvest Time on the East End

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The past weekends found all the villages bustling with Harvest festivals, sidewalk sales, re-enactments of early East End life and apple, raspberry, and pumpkin picking at every fork of the road. From Westhampton to Sag Harbor the streets were flooded with locals and visitors from afar a field as Japan snatching up bargains from the shops clearing out summer and fall to make way for winter.

Fundraising Is As Easy As Art

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - They’ve previewed, partied, and with one event raised over $850,000 for cancer research and treatment. Let’s hear it for the members of the Blue Book! With names like Rockefeller, Trump, Niven, de Guardiola, Hearst, Ashton, Klein, Lufkin, Stark, Vanderbilt, and Schwarzman you know it was a glittering event.

Tricks and Treats

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - With all of the fall fairs and pumpkin picking, it's hard to forget one of the best parts of fall – dressing up and having some fun. For the younger crowd, the trick or treating offers enough candy to fuel a sugar high for most of the next week. For the adults, it’s the perfect opportunity to get in a little mid-week partying.

Dancing the Night Away

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - The Parrish Art Museum opened their doors this weekend to the business community for their annual “Get Connected” cocktail party and again on Sunday for a Fiesta. Going indoors we got some fabulous ideas from Design Within Reach in Sagaponack. Back in NYC we danced until dawn with CTFD and the American Scottish Foundation.

Presents Presented

by Nicole B. Brewer
Within The Hedges - For many folks the holiday season slips into high gear with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade but anyone in the Hamptons will tell you the real harbinger of the holiday season is the annual Parrish Presents, the East End’s largest flea market, gift bazaar, and silent auction. We shopped all weekend long but made time to make the rounds.

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