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Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Quogue Wildlife Refuge hosted Golfing with the Owls, a charity golf outing at the exclusive Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton. The event honored Quogue Village Mayor Peter Sartorius.
Monday, May 10, 2021
With the support of Father Alex and his team of volunteer parishioners, close to 7,000 vaccinations have been administered at the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons. “Our Church Family in the Hamptons is honored to serve as a vaccination site for Stony Brook Medicine. Our volunteers were excited and honored to work with the dedicated medical professionals of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital who offered hope, relief and comfort to our East End neighbors and friends. I still remain moved by the joyous tears of those vaccinated as their greatest fears were immediately erased by these miraculous vaccines,” stated Father Alex.
Friday, May 7, 2021
The Clubhouse launched its new world class venue and stage featuring a sold-out crowd for an Intimate performance by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Jon Bon Jovi and friends. Jon performed a myriad of his classics, unreleased songs, and covers from the Beatles to Harry Styles' Watermelon Sugar. A Dead or Alive encore brought the house down. In appreciation of Jon Bon Jovi donating his performance, The Clubhouse contributed a $50,000 gift to Meals on Wheels and Project Most. The event also welcomed thirty local frontline workers in recognition of their efforts supporting the community’s COVID-19 response.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Students in Kelly Dillon’s fourth grade class at Roanoke Avenue Elementary School in Riverhead spent an afternoon outside beautifying their school’s Star Garden. The students removed debris, weeded and added some new colorful flowers to the garden.
Saturday, May 1, 2021
On Saturday afternoon at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, Bay Street Theater and the Sag Harbor Center For the Arts hosted a live/online public forum to separate rumor from reality about the plans for the proposed new theater on the Waterfront. There was lively discussion about business relocation and real estate, including the Dodds & Eder property, current and future parking areas, and 2 Main Street. Panelists included Bay Street Theater Co-Founder Steve Hamilton, Executive Director Tracy Mitchell, Friends of Bay Street Chairman Adam Potter and Bay Street Artistic Director Scott Schwartz.
Friday, April 30, 2021
Judging by the full parking lot at Lobster Roll on Montauk Highway in Amagansett on Friday, the 2021 Season has officially begun. Co-owners Andrea Anthony and Paul DeAngelis and their dedicated Staff put the finishing touches on the new bakery and bar areas to welcome the guests.
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Long Island Cares, Inc. held its inaugural East End Farmer’s Market at their Hunger Assistance and Humanitarian Center of the Hamptons in Hampton Bays. It is estimated that food insecurity on Long Island has increased by more than 63 percent since March of 2020. At the event, through the help of funding provided by Feeding New York State, Long Island Cares offered its member agencies unlimited boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables to provide to families, children, seniors and veterans residing on the East End.
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Society photographer Annie Watt, friend and chronicler of the one percent, has been a regular on the Palm Beach scene for awhile. But, with the sale of her NYC apartment, she announced, "I am now officially a Florida business!" Not to worry: She and her NYC staff will still be working in Manhattan and the Hamptons. "In fact," she told us, "I'm flying to New York next week to shoot the Hat Luncheon."
Monday, April 26, 2021
French Heritage Society hosted their “April in Paris” Palm Beach Luncheon at The Colony Hotel. As their first in-person event of 2021, the atmosphere was particularly festive as guests enjoyed a catered meal and toasted a brighter future from The Colony’s poolside oasis.
Sunday, April 18, 2021
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Arts Academy welcomed their first live audience for 2021 during their Spring Music Festival. Students from the academy’s music education program performed in front of the theatre’s first live audience since the pandemic began over a year ago. Safety precautions included COVID-19 testing, socially distanced seating, and staggered arrival/departure times.