Guild Hall of East Hampton held a fascinating exhibit in Manhattan on January 20, where they displayed their permanent collection of famous artists for the first time, at UBS Gallery.
If you thought the ocean beaches of the Hamptons were off-limits in the winter, think again, there have been a total of three different "Polar Bear Swims," from Montauk to Southampton.
One of the most interesting bashes was held on December 20 at the famed Dakota building in New York City. Down the hall from Yoko Ono, (and she was expected to attend but did not make it) was a huge party to celebrate the holidays and also the "moving out" of one 40-year tenant, noted filmmaker Albert Maysles.
LTV, East Hampton's public access television station, held its Christmas party for staff and friends on December 18, at their Wainscott studios.
The Hampton Classic Horse Show, in its 24th year, included a week-long show of beautiful jumping in different classes, on one of the most scenic arenas of any international event
The noted acting couple Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson took the stage of the John Drew Theater of Guild Hall last Saturday night.
Thousands of people came for the three-day event, which actually started this year on Friday night, with a great, first-time concert of tribal groups from all over the country.
As a prelude to the opening day on Sunday this year, there was a fabulous "Wine & Food Classic" tasting last Saturday night, which took up two long yellow and white striped tents, with endless amounts of food and wine from some of Long Island and New York City's best vineyards and restaurants.
This book will accompany the Exhibition, "Hamptons Gardens: A 350-Year Legacy," opening at The Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton on August 14th.