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56th Annual Art Show And Craft Fair To Feature 100 Artists And Craftspeople

by Courtney File
Community News - Many of the artists have been with the show for over 40 years.

Artists And Writers To Slug It Out For Charity Softball Game Bragging Rights

by Courtney File
Community News - "We never truly know who will come out for the game, and, over the years, we've been able to surprise our fans with talented people they never thought they'd see running around on a softball field," local Long Island artist Leif Hope shared.

INTERVIEW: Ellen Hermanson Foundation Co-Founder Julie Ratner On The 24th Annual Ellen's Run

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's really just a wonderful, feel good event, there's tremendous energy there," Ratner told us.

East Hampton Chamber Of Commerce To Host Inaugural Summer Festival

by Courtney File
Community News - "We're very excited to introduce an affordable summer festival to locals and visitors alike," Steve Haweeli shared.

Spring Improvement Society To Host 87th Annual Fisherman's Fair

by Courtney File
Community News - "The Fisherman's Fair was a Springs Fair and received this name in the 60's when it also became regularly associated with the local AbEx artist's invitational exhibitions," Carol Mohlenhoff explained.

Sixty-Something: Ten Things To Do In The Hamptons Before Summer Ends

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - Summer's almost gone, the days seem to roll by faster as you get older but the good times of a summer day in the Hamptons never gets old nor ever will.

Paddle For A Purpose - The Breast Cancer Research Foundation - With Katie Lee This Summer

by Courtney File
Community News - "We are so proud to be raising lifesaving funds for breast cancer research alongside the dedicated community here in the Hamptons," said Myra Biblowit, President and CEO of BCRF. "Each and every supporter here today is undoubtedly bringing us closer to the end of breast cancer by propelling the power of research forward."

NBC Meteorologist Chris Gloninger To Address The Great New England Hurricane Of 1938 During "Friday On The Porch"

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Chris has taken this love to the next level and has been an active TV meteorologist and storm chaser for many years," Nancy Remkus said.

INTERVIEW: The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Co-Founder Julie Ratner And Broadway Star Samantha Massell On "An Evening Of Enchantment"

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Attendees can expect an enchanted evening filled with delicious Jean Georges food in a beautiful venue, a fun live auction with auctioneer Lucas Hunt, silly photos in the photo booth, music and dancing and a wonderful musical performance by Broadway star Samantha Massell," Ratner told us.

In Jordan's Honor, Ltd. Presenting Third Annual Jordan's Run In Sag Harbor

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The highlight of this run is crossing the Lance Cpl Jordan Haerter Veterans' Memorial Bridge," JoAnn Lyles shared.

Hamptons Art Hike And Tick Wise Poster Contest Raising Awareness For Tick Bite Safety

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Art Hike for Tick Bite Awareness is a celebration of the children's artwork that serves as a public safety message for our community and visitors to our community," April Nill-Boitano explained.

INTERVIEW: Jonathan Raynor On The Get Matty Ray Back On The Bay Fundraiser At Boardy Barn

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We're hoping that Matt can get to the event. If we get him transportation, he's feeling up to it, of course," Raynor told us.

Hope For Depression Research Foundation Presenting Second Annual Awareness Raising Week Of Hope

by Lee Fryd
Community News - "In 2006, when I started the Hope for Depression Research Foundation," Audrey Gruss told Hamtons.com, "no one spoke the word 'depression' in polite society."

Annual Hamptons Family Fair To Take On "Farmyard Fun" Theme

by Courtney File
Community News - "This year's Fair is a celebration of farmers and farming on the East End, which is also reflected in the Museum's exhibitions," Stephen Long noted. "Event proceeds enable CMEE educators to provide vital programming year-round to low-income families who otherwise couldn't afford to visit the Museum."

Annual Soldier Ride®, Held In Support Of Wounded Warrior Project®, Cycling Its Way Through The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The reason this cause is important to me and many of us on the East End is pretty simple. I myself never served, but I have seen first hand the heavy sacrifice paid by the men and woman who have," Nick Kraus reflected.

"Get Wet For A Good Cause" At The 11th Annual Montauk Ocean Swim Challenge

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The funds raised at the event will benefit the construction of the future Aquatic Center at the Playhouse, providing the community with year-round fitness and recreational opportunities," Julia McCormack noted.

The East End Community To Honor The Memory Of French Presse Founder Sarah de Havenon During Sarah's Day

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "My mom was a tremendously inclusive, charitable and fun-loving person," Dylan Fowler, Sarah de Havenon's son, reflected. "We wanted to put together an event that celebrated that spirit."

INTERVIEW: Theresa Roden On i-tri girls' 10th Anniversary, The Program's Inspiring Triathlon, Plans For Major Expansion, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "They believe in themselves in ways that they never could have imagined," Roden told us.

Second Annual Hamptons Land & Sea Wellness Morning Taking Place In East Hampton

by Ryan Lappe
Community News - "Whether paddleboarding, meditating or taking a simple stroll along the beach, how we treat and care for the natural world has a positive, healing effect on all of us," Aaron Virgin noted.

Happy Trails To You! Riverside Maritime Trail Park Closer To Reality As DEC Awards Only State Grant On Long Island To Southampton Town To Combat Invasive Species

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "This grant comes at a time when the Town is ready to award the bid for final design plans to build the Park, and will allow us to focus on the invasive species component and wetlands restoration prior to making a final design," David Wilcox noted.

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