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Friday, November 6, 2020
During the district’s fourth annual ceremony, 12 plaques, each bearing the name of an alumni and the branch of service he or she represents, were added to the Wall of Honor located in Mattituck-Cutchogue Jr./Sr. High School. Those inducted into the Wall of Honor included Wilfred B. Ruland Jr., Class of 1947 – U.S. Navy; Clifford F. Saunders Jr., Class of 1947 – U.S. Navy; Carl Stelzer, Class of 1950 – U.S. Navy; John A. Wilcenski, Class of 1950 – U.S. Navy; Timothy A. Haas, Class of 1977 – U.S. Navy; Valerie C. Hubbard-Taylor, Class of 1980 – U.S. Army; William J. Droskoski Jr., Class of 1983 – U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps.; Brendan Dunnigan Kelly, Class of 1988 – U.S. Coast Guard; Kevin Wines, Class of 1993 – U.S. Army; Erik Schwartz, Class of 2015 – U.S. Navy; Greg Sheryll, Class of 2016 – U.S. Navy, and Wade T. Foster, Class of 2018 – U.S. Air Force.
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Guild Hall in East Hampton commemorated All Hallows' Eve with a duo of programming - one spine-chilling and the other family friendly. Liz Joyce & A Couple Of Puppets: Minkie's Halloween Adventure enchanted little ones, while Stage Fright featured four hair-raising tales. "The production, eerily perfect, demonstrated how starved we all are for theatre," said Stage Fright attendee Catherine Gropper.
Sunday, October 25, 2020
As always, everything was farm-fresh on Sunday at the East Hampton Farmers Market. Masks and social distancing were the order of the day at the Market's new home in the Reutershan Parking Lot. New regulations allowed shoppers to park for 3 hours.
Saturday, October 24, 2020
The Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center celebrated the groundbreaking of a long needed and awaited new building during an invitation only ceremony. The little farmhouse on six-acres, built in 1902, was donated to create the Center after a 1949 fire in a migrant camp tragically killed two children. As the number of children the Center welcomes grows, so does the need for a larger site. Attendees included Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr., Olga Elsehany, County Youth Bureau, Legislator Bridget Fleming, Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, and Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren.
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Southampton Elementary School students in grades pre-K to 3 learned about fire safety from the Southampton Fire Department. During the visit, the students explored the fire department’s equipment and heard from firefighters about safety protocols and fire safety.
Saturday, October 17, 2020
The North Fork TV Festival held their Fifth Annual TV Festival at the Borghese Vineyard. The drive-in event featured screenings of "Freeze" and "Slayed by Divya" - as well as an award ceremony honoring "FBI" star Jeremy Sisto with The Festival’s Canopy Award.
Friday, October 16, 2020
Jean Shafiroff, the National Spokesperson and Ambassador for the American Humane's Feed the Hungry Covid-19 Program, hosted cocktails in Southampton. Both Shafiroff and Robin Ganzert, the CEO and President of the American Humane, spoke about the life changing work of the Feed the Hungry Covid-19 Program which has as its goal to feed 1,000,000 hungry animals at animal shelters across the United States by the end of 2020.
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Hamptons.com Contributing Editor T.J. Clemente shares some of his favorite pictures from his East End sailing adventures taken October 14.
Sunday, October 11, 2020
On Sunday afternoon, friends and family gathered at the Amagansett Fire House in vehicles of every shape, size and vintage, to support the Tyler Project (tylerproject.org). The Tyler Project was established in 2014 by the Valcich Family, in memory of their son Tyler, to "promote suicide awareness, prevention and support for our young people". This year, the Show was on the move, proceeding on Montauk Highway, Old Montauk Highway, past the Lighthouse and the Docks, and back to the Amagansett Fire House.
Saturday, October 10, 2020
LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton welcomed guests for two socially distant outdoor events, Family Day and Dahlia Day. Family Day included yoga, an art workshop, a visit from Quogue Wildlife Reserve's owl and giant turtle and family treasure hunt, while Dahlia Day included a special workshop with Frances Palmer, noted gardener, photographer, and potter.