Strangemen Theatre Company Presents: THE SHAPE OF THE STARS
Monday, July 23, 2018
158 Main Street
Strangemen Theatre Company returns to Guild Hall for an exclusive presentation of a new play, written by Frank Winters and set for production off-Broadway in the 2018-'19 season! Once upon a time, there was a family. This is the tale of what came after. Inspired by Greek Mythology, THE SHAPE OF THE STARS is a lyrically modern story of a family rent asunder by grief, who one by one must either descend to the depths of the underworld or rise to the heights of the heavens, navigating through present agony to what lies ahead. 7pm presentation, John Drew Theater. Garden reception to follow.
The Torah: A Women's Commentary - Why Women's Commentary Matters Now More Than Ever
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Friday, July 27, 2018
Temple Adas Israel
Corner of Elizabeth Street and Atlantic Ave
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication of “The Torah: A Women’s Commentary,” Temple Adas Israel will host a Scholars-in-Residence weekend Friday and Saturday, July 27-28, 2018. The weekend will feature thought-provoking talks by “Commentary” managing editor, Rabbi Hara Person, and Sag Harbor native and “Commentary” contributor, Rabbi Valerie Lieber.
For the schedule of talks and topics, please visit
108 Sun Salutations in The Square
Thursday, July 26, 2018
10 Amagansett Square
Mandala Yoga is honored to host a Wake Up your Body, Mind and Soul
fundraiser accompanied by GianCarlo Feleppa on Sitar. Come together
with East End Yoga Teachers to stand up for peace and gun sanity and
in celebration of the power of community effort. 100 percent of
proceeds go to Everytown for Gun Safety and the August 9th musical
event at Guild Hall, hosted by Michael Clark.
Donations from $5 – $500 available through mandalayoga.com
Thursday July 26, 2018 at 7 AM in Amagansett Square
Thai Yoga Massage Stretch and Release with Terrel Broussard
Friday, July 27, 2018
10 Amagansett Square
Thai Yoga Massage stretches and tones the muscles, improves
circulation, relieves muscle tension, helps to regulate metabolism,
boosts the immune system, balances the body energetically and
increases mental focus. It is a unique form of body work that differs
from Western massage.
Please wear loose-fitted clothing.
No experience necessary. Come with a partner or without.
Terrel Broussard, Thai Massage practitioner of 17+ years, will lead
participants through a basic flow of Thai Massage.