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Saturday, May 16th at 7pm

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Don’t miss a stellar cast led by Mark Strong (The Imitation Game; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) in the Young Vic’s “magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold” production – the Evening Standard, Guardian and Independent’s top theatre pick of 2014.

The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale.

In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal.

The visionary Ivo van Hove directs this stunning production of Miller’s tragic masterpiece, broadcast from London’s West End by National Theatre Live.

$18/$16 Members


Sunday, May 17th

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Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, collectibles and more will be sold inside the Red Barn and on the grounds.

Vendors needed, for more info call (631) 283-2494.

The Rogers Mansion will be open 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM ($4, free for members & children).

FEE: Free admission
LOCATION: Grounds of the Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton


All Weekend Long
Thursay, May 14th
Friday, May 15th
Saturday, May 16th
Sunday, May 17th

Click Here To View The Full Schedule of Performers!

The Montauk Music Festival (MMF) is a volunteer-run, grassroots live music event designed to celebrate, support, and promote the thriving Montauk music scene while showcasing and stimulating the burgeoning artistic, ccommercialand pedestrian activity in Montauk. The festival would nto be possible without the generous support by businesses and individuals, who, like the festival organizers, are dedicated to nurturing this vital component of the area’s culture. MMF is a Montauk Sun Production.

MMF is a four day musical celebration featuring talented up-and-coming independent artists, set against the back-drop of one of the most idyllic beach communities on the east coast – Montauk, NY.Over 100 artists boasting a wide variety of musical styles (from alternative, rock, folk, pop, Americana, reggae, blues, jazz, bluegrass, to flamenco, rap, hip-hop, country, metal, and more), will be performing for free in the spirit of sharing original music with audiences and fellow musicians.

So make plans, grab your blanket and beach chairs, bring your family and friends, and escape to Montauk for the weekend of May 14-17. Enjoy a music filled opening party Thursday night at Gurney’s Inn, followed by three additional days of talented Artists. Montauk is a vacation destination surrounded by the Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean, known for the best beaches, surfing, fishing, and parks in the north east.


Weekend Schedule 2015
Saturday, May 16th

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Reservations must be made for these walks, workshops, and programs.

For information, reservations, and directions to meeting places
for any scheduled programming, please contact the

South Fork Natural History Museum at (631) 537-9735
email: sofo@hamptons.com

There is no charge for SoFo Members (unless otherwise stated).
Non-Members are charged $7 per adult and $5 per child (ages 3-12).
Children 2 years and Under are free of charge. Fees include a visit to the
museum on the day of the program.

SoFo provides exciting and educational nature experiences through
out-of-doors nature walks and indoor workshops and programs.
Each event is led by an expert naturalist.

Nature Paddle: Searching for Horseshoe Crabs

Saturday May 16, 2015

9 am – 11 am


Paddle Leader: Mike Bottini, naturalist and author

We’ll catch the new moon high tide and paddle over to Goose Creek in search of the ancient and interesting Horseshoe Crab, which should be visible laying eggs during the mid-morning high tide. We’ll discuss current conservation concerns related to Horseshoe Crabs, their important ecological role in the ecosystem, and some of their unique features for life in the estuary. Kayak, canoe, and SUP rentals available: $40 single kayak; $60 tandem kayak; $50 paddleboard (SUP). Lifejackets are included.

To make a reservation for this program, please call the museum at 631-537-9735


Montauk Mountain – Backpack Adventure

Saturday May 16, 2015

10 am


Program Leader: Crystal Possehl, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Nature Educator

For Children ages 5 to 7 years

The wonderful views from a 118-foot high hill helped The Nature Conservancy name the location Montauk Mountain. On this adventure, we’ll take the half-mile trail to the summit of Montauk Mountain, which will lead us through salt-pruned forests and up into a dry maritime grassland and shrubland. We’ll look for Juneberry, Bearberry, White Oak, and Black Cherry and learn about the flowers or animals we come upon. Each child will borrow a backpack of tools — including binoculars, magnifiers, compass — to use at three exploration stops along the trail, and we’ll start a nature journal with leaf rubbings and drawings. Material fee: $2 for a notebook, or bring your own.

To make a reservation for this program, please call the museum at 631-537-9735


Papermaking with Beth Giles

Saturday May 16, 2015

10 am – Noon

Sag Harbor

Workshop Leader: Beth Giles. Beth is a multi-disciplinary printmaker and papermaker who maintains a studio in North Haven, NY. Her work is exhibited regionally and nationally and is in private, corporate, and public collections. She currently teaches papermaking, drawing, art appreciation, and two-dimensional design at Suffolk Community College. Formerly, she was assistant professor in the Arts and Media Division at Southampton College.

For Adults and Children ages 13 and up

This small-group workshop will take place in Beth’s paper and printmaking studio. Workshop and Materials Fee: $40

Whether you are just interested in the art of papermaking or are a beginner or experienced papermaker, Beth’s creative approach to papermaking and using handmade paper in your artistic or writing practice will be both enjoyable and enriching. This workshop will include basic sheet formation, pulp preparation, and the use of additives for color and formation. You’ll have the opportunity to use various natural fibers and shaped deckles while exploring laminating techniques and the use of inclusions such as seaweed, plants, dried flowers, grasses, and other materials of your choice. A list of supplies will be given to you when you register.

To make a reservation for this program, please call the museum at 631-537-9735


Beginning Birding by Mountain Bike

Saturday May 16, 2015


Hampton Bays

Leader: Nicole Cummings, South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) Nature Educator

For the Novice Birder

Are you ready to get out of the house after the cold winter? Join Nicole for this leisurely-paced birding-by-bike tour. We will explore a stretch of road that encompasses habitats such as the salt marsh and the ocean/dune swale. Along our bike ride, we will make stops to identify the birds that live in, or are passing through, the area. This program is for beginner bikers ages 8 and older and birders of any level. Helmet and mountain or road bike required. Limited enrollment.

To make a reservation for this program, please call the museum at 631-537-9735



SATURDAY, MAY 9, 6:30–11PM
Live @Club Starlight

18 Goodfriend Drive
East Hampton, NY

Visit http://www.ross.org/starlight/about for more info

Kicking off the summer season in the Hamptons, Live @Club Starlight is Ross School’s largest annual benefit. Join us for a celebration of Ross School with dinner prepared by renowned Ross Chef de Cuisine Liz Dobbs and music by rock ‘n’ roll legend GE Smith and special guest Joan Osborne! Club Starlight raises awareness and critical funding to support the mission of the Steven J. Ross Scholarship Fund. Purchasing a ticket or table will ensure that children from a variety of economic backgrounds benefit from a global education at Ross.


Saturday, May 9th – 8pm

Call the box office at 631-725-9500 to buy tickets.

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A shortened LIVE version of Verdi’s most famous opera, La Traviata, highlighting the most important musical numbers linked by compelling narrative.
The production is about an hour and a half and consists of three singers, a narrator, conductor and string instruments.La Traviata tells the story of the beautiful but frail courtesan, Violetta Valery, who finds love for the first time in the devoted Alfredo. But her idyllic existence with him is soon challenged by his father Germont who demands that she leave Alfredo as it is disgracing their family. This tragic love story is based on Alexandre Dumas’ La Dame Aux Camélia.

David Guzman (Alfredo), the Colombian tenor, is quickly rising in the large arena of opera and oratorio. With reviewers praising his exquisite beauty of tone and impeccable musicianship, audiences are keeping their eye on the up and coming tenor as he recently thrilled them in his portrayal of Rafael of Foglia in Martinez’s To Cross the Face of the Moon with Lyric Opera of San Diego, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, performances at the  famed Theatre du Chatelet in Paris and this fall with Arizona Opera. Guzman made his Carnegie Hall debut as a soloist in Misa Azteca by Gonzalez with Mid-America Productions followed by performances of Mozart’s Coronation Mass at  Alice Tully Hall and Mozart’s Vespers at Avery Fisher Hall with DCINY in New York City. Other credits include The Duke in Rigoletto with North Shore Opera Festival in New York, Rodolfo in La Bohème with Opera in the Heights in Houston, Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore with Divaria Productions, and Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi with Salt Marsh Opera. This season Mr. Guzman will join Tampa Opera as the Duke in Rigoletto.



 photo by Kate Mueth

Saturday May 9, 16, and 23 from 10am – 11:30am

Wednesdays May 6, 13, and 20 from 3:30pm – 5pm

Sunday May 24 10am – 11:30am and final performance at 12pm

Join Kate Mueth and The Neo-Political Cowgirls in creating new, exciting, site-specific theater work. Girls ages 8-13 will explore issues they care about through exercises, journaling and theater games to create their own mini-dance theater pieces for which they will direct and perform. Anything goes! Movement, dance, text, props! A safe, fun, and free environment to support girls in their unique voices and creative expression.

$200 per person / $180 GH members

To register, contact Jennifer Brondo at jennifer@guildhall.org or 631.324.0806 x 25.