The 13th Annual Hamptons Golf Classic was held at the Hampton Hills Golf & Country Club in Westhampton Beach. Event founder Zev Norotsky and this year's honoree, The Doman Group's CEO Mark Doman were among those who teed up alongside Giants stars Landon Collins and Jonathan Casillas during a fun afternoon on the course, sponsored by Glenlivet.
Wings Over Haiti supporters gathered at The Watermill Center in Water Mill for "Hamptons Artists For Haiti" - a benefit that raised funds to build Wings Over Haiti's second school in Haiti. The evening included an art show and silent auction curated by folioeast, raffle, food from Noah's, wine from Channing Daughters and Wölffer Estate, cocktails from Montauk Rumrunners and Sagaponack Farm Distillery, and music by Alfredo Merat.
Former Olympian, four time NYC Marathon winner and four time Boston Marathon winner, Bill Rodgers and first-ever women's Olympic marathon champion, Joan Benoit Samuelson were among those who competed in the 38th Annual Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk, a USA track and field certified course, and part of the Grand Prix Series, which will culminate with Cow Harbor (September 16, 2017). Post-race, runners and friends celebrated at The Runners Festival, produced and sponsored by John Kowolenko of Hampton Event Management International, at the Island Boatyard and Marina on Shelter Island. The event featured music by DJ Twilo, local artisan food trucks, a photo booth, kids fun area, and more.
Navy Beach kicked off its fifth season of fundraising efforts for the Navy SEAL Foundation during a cocktail party. This year’s benefit included remarks by Mike Zapata, a former US Navy SEAL who deployed multiple times to Afghanistan, Iraq, the Horn of Africa, and other locations in the Middle East and West Africa. Over 150 guests attended the event, which featured wines provided by Turquoise Life, beer by Montauk Brewing Co., bites from Navy Beach favorite menu items and music from local favorite Nancy Atlas. The event raised over $10,000 for the Navy SEAL Foundation.
More than 450 guests joined Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) for School's Out, HMI's annual summer Hamptons benefit, which was held for the third consecutive year at the East Hampton home of interior design "GALERIE" Magazine Founder and Editorial Director Lisa Cohen and husband James Cohen, President and CEO of Hudson News.
It was all about exquisite East Hampton landscapes when Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, Inc. hosted its 31st Annual ARF Garden Tour, which showcased the gardens of Dr. Richard Axel, Susan and Frank Dunlevy, Alex Goren and Brooke Kroeger, Carol and Paul Mendez, Jackie and Alan Mitchell, Scott Sanders and Peter Wilson, and Frances Schultz.
The Sag Harbor Partnership hosted a star studded benefit for the Sag Harbor Cinema at Ron Perelman's latest restaurant venture, Le Bilboquet on the waterfront in Sag Harbor. The well attended soiree brought out several high profile business and media figures, including Christie Brinkley, Matt Lauer, Rosanna Scotto, Katie Lee, Lorraine Bracco, Donnie Detuch, Nicole Miller, Jay McInerney, and more.
Southampton Hospital’s friends and supporters gathered at the beautiful home of Janie and Ron Kupferman on Halsey Neck Lane in Southampton for a cocktail reception to kick off Southampton Hospital’s 59th Annual Summer Benefit, which will take place on Saturday August 5th. Over 100 guests enjoyed cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres and listened to brief remarks from Hospital President and CEO Bob Chaloner, Dr. Reuven Pasternak (CEO, Stony Brook University Hospital), and Marigay Mckee, benefit co-chair.
Maison Margiela Fragrances toasted to its new ‘Beach Walk’ bath line with a special dinner at The Surf Lodge in Montauk. Guests included Rocky Barnes, Sasha and Oliver Benz, Terrence Connors, Zippy Seven, Danielle Bernstein, Alicia Quarles and more.
Over 600 kids, teachers and administrators gathered at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton for Student Annual X, which celebrated schools and students from across Long Island. The annual event commemorates exceptional student work that was inspired by a class or student visit(s) to LongHouse during the 2016-17 academic year.