Saturday, June 27th at Wölffer Estate Vineyard, Sagaponack, 6-11pm
You’re coming to the best benefit on the East End, right? In addition to glorious sunset views of Sagaponack’s rolling hills, you’ll enjoy wildlife-themed cocktails, delectable wines from Wölffer, and fresh, delicious fare prepared by award-winning chef Noah Schwartz. After being dazzled by auctioneer Mariana Gantus, the dance floor will be yours as powerhouse DJ Mad Marj spins her irresistibly danceable tunes.
The New York State DEC released a report in December stating there are 185 species that will be locally extinct in ten years unless urgent action is taken. Most – including box turtles, short-eared owls and bay scallops – are on the East End. We cannot let these creatures just disappear. They need your support! Purchase tickets today and help the Group protect the nature of the place you love – where the “wild things” live and breed.
You may also send a check payable to Group for the East End, to P.O. Box 1792, Southold, NY 11971, and indicate how many tickets you are purchasing. For more information, please contact Aaron Virgin at (631) 765-6450 ext. 218 or
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When, June 26th, 6:00pm
Old Stove Pub
3516 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack
Come enjoy laughs and drinks, with a special Prix Fixe menu at our new Comedy Club at the Old Stove Pub. On the 26th, performances will be made by Tracis Grant and Hugh Murray and starring Mike Keegan who has appeared on Comedy Central.
Contact George Gounelas for reservations or details
Saturday, June 27th, 10:30am to 4:00pm
Start the Tour at Rose Garden RML
91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton
Southampton Village & Surrounding Areas
Southampton Rose Society’s Garden Tour on Saturday, June 27 (rain or shine) beginning at 10:30 am – 4:00 pm. There are beautiful private gardens on the tour in and around Southampton and all will be in glorious bloom offering stunning beauty and magnificence. Sign up at The Rose Garden (Rogers Memorial Library 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton, NY 11968) check in beginning at 10 am. Sign up for new Memberships and receive tour discounts!
Elizabeth Kearns or Carol Kroupa
Thursday, June 25th and Friday, June 26th at 7:00pm
Event Website and to Buy Tickets
Check out the East Coast Premiere By Emmy Award-winning writer Rick Cleveland (Six Feet Under, The West Wing, and House of Cards). Directed by Mark Clements This production was originally produced at the Arizona Theatre Company and the Milwaukee Repertory Theater. This funny and incisive new drama is about the meeting of America’s most exclusive club – the ex-presidents. Obliged to gather together on the day of Richard Nixon’s funeral, four “exes” and one “current” vent frustrations, revisit old grievances, and reveal the toll that it takes on any person foolish enough to seek the highest office in the land. Previews sponsored by Peconic Landing
An auditioned chorus with professional music director, soloists, orchestra, and accompanists, The Choral Society of the Hamptons has been presenting high-quality choral music on the East End of Long Island, New York since it was founded in 1946 by Charlotte Rogers Smith, a local church choir director.
Haydn’s The Creation
Saturday, June 27, 2015 at 7pm
Parish Hall, Most Holy Trinity Church, East Hampton
Mark Mangini, Conductor
With The Greenwich Village Chamber Singers
Alison Davy, Soprano
Dominic Inferrera, Baritone
Enrico Lagasca, Bass
Brimming with the composer’s characteristic optimism, The Creation is Franz Joseph Haydn’s musical representation of the creation of the world as described in the Book of Genesis and Milton’s Paradise Lost. It also contains some of the most experimental music of the time.
The sun, moon, seas, plants, animals, and humankind are evoked in Haydn’s joyous musical description of the universe. Influenced by Handel’s oratorios, which he heard when visiting England, he conceived the work in both English and German. A chorus of 100 voices, with The Greenwich Village Chamber Singers joining the Choral Society, along with a 30-piece orchestra, will perform a traditional English version, with some small changes to modernize the language. With the exception of Handel’s Messiah, The Creation is the most frequently performed oratorio. It is the crowning achievement of Haydn’s career.