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Hamptons Greek Festival

This year’s Festival will be held July 12-15, 2018
The Hamptons Greek Festival celebrates the best of Greek food, music, dancing and culture. Experience authentic Greek foods and homemade Greek pastries; traditional Greek dancing by the ‘Hamptons Hellenic Dancers’ and Greek music; an outdoor marketplace full of vendors and area for kids with carnival rides & games and other children’s activities, and much more.


Midsummer Party At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

Saturday, July 14th 6:30pm

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill

Honoring Parrish Trustee Chad Leat and Artist Keith Sonnier. The highlight of the Hamptons summer social season, this annual event brings together over 500 artists, philanthropists, business leaders, and art world guests in support of the Parrish. SCHEDULE – 6:30pm: Cocktails; 7:30pm: Dinner on the Mildred C. Brinn Terrace; 9:00pm: Live Auction; 10:00pm: Late Night Party in the Lichtenstein Theater.

Kendra Korczak
(631) 283-2118

Featured Restaurant: The Topping Rose In Bridgehampton

Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House is a casually elegant restaurant that celebrates the seasons, presenting farm-to-table cuisine using ingredients grown on the property’s one acre farm and sourced from the area’s reputable fishermen and farmers.

Topping Rose House
One Bridgehampton – Sag Harbor Turnpike
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Tel: +1.631.537.0870
Email: info@toppingrosehouse.com



“This Isn’t Natural” Climate Talk With Dr. Raymo At The Nature Conservancy’s Center For Conservation in East Hampton

Saturday, July 14th at 6pm

Dr. Maureen Raymo, one of the world’s foremost experts on climate change, will speak about her research on land, sea, and ice. Find out why today’s warming and extreme weather are unlike any past change in Earth’s climate—and what you can do to help. A paleoclimatologist, Dr. Raymo has devoted her career to researching natural climate variability—why ice ages happen, why carbon dioxide changes naturally in the atmosphere, and how the climate responds to those changes. Dr. Raymo’s talk will be followed by a Q&A with Nature Conservancy scientists Dr. Alison Branco, Coastal Director, and Nathan Woiwode, Acting Lead, North America Climate Adaptation, who will discuss the Conservancy’s climate work on Long Island and beyond. Wine and non-alcoholic beverages will be served. The event is co-sponsored by Sheryl Gold.

The Nature Conservancy’s Center for Conservation
142 Route 114, East Hampton, NY 11937
East Hampton