The East End community donned their most festive Easter Bonnets as they joined the Easter Bunny for the Sag Harbor Chamber Of Commerce's fun stroll down Main Street to the Sag Harbor Garden Center, where a free petting zoo was taking place.
Marders in Bridgehampton once again lived up to its motto: "For a World Too Full of Sameness". Instead of the usual Easter egg hunt, with colorful eggs randomly placed in a giant open area where children race for them, the treasures at Marders' 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt were hidden by the staff in and around their unique planters, planter boxes, trees, plants and "Marders Hill."
Martha Stewart was among guests at the LongHouse Reserve's annual Manhattan Benefit. This year's event, which took place at the Hearst Tower, celebrated tastemaker Axel Vervoordt, who treated guests to a presentation "Living with Art."
The East End community, including actor Alan Alda and his family, lined the streets of Sag Harbor to march in solitary of the nationwide March For Our Lives.
The debut of "Harry Clarke" - which stars Billy Crudup - at Minetta Lane Theatre in New York City brought out Naomi Watts, Simon Baker, Edie Falco, and other notable names.
The Spur, Southampton's first members-only, co-working space and innovation lab, toasted to being open seven days a week during a festive St. Patrick's Day soiree. The invite only event at The Spur at Southampton Social Club brought out over 100 members and their guests. The evening also commemorated The Spur founder Ashley John Heather's birthday.
The Ellen Hermanson Foundation hosted their annual "Denim & Diamonds" soiree at 230 Elm Productions in Southampton. The evening, which supports the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital and Ellen's Well, commemorated Dr. Louis Avvento, Jason and Theresa Belkin, and Shirley Ruch.
New mom Hoda Kotb read from her children’s book, “I’ve Loved You Since Forever,” at Book Revue in Huntington. Haley Joy, the "Today" host's baby, inspired Kotb to pen the book.
Guild Hall's 33rd Academy of the Arts Achievement Awards toasted to Audrey Flack, Gail Sheehy, Harris Yulin, and Sheri Sandler. The ceremony, which was held at The Rainbow Room in New York City, included award presentations by David Brigham, Tom Wolfe, Alec Baldwin, and Guild Hall Executive Director Andrea Grover, and live performances from guitarist G.E. Smith and The History of Art Band. Eric Fischl, artist and Academy President, and writer Iris Smyles hosted the soiree.
Philanthropist and author Jean Shafiroff hosted the 66th Annual New York Junior League Winter Ball at the Pierre Hotel in New York City. The evening honored Nancy Houghton and Wendy Wade, as well as Mary Catherine Burdine, Katie Cook, Nicole Ferrin, Elizabeth Fabsits Pavone, and Kim Essency Pillari. The Riviera Romance themed fundraiser raised more than $530,000 for NYJL Charitable Activities.