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GROUP BIKE RIDE IN SAG HARBOR WITH THE SAG HARBOR CYCLING COMPANY

SATURDAY, MAY 9TH  AT 7:30AM

34 Bay Street Sag Harbor, NY 11963 Phone: 631.725.1110

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This is it, the classic Saturday Sag Harbor ride. During its decades of history it has built strong riders, lasting friendships and even the Sag Harbor Cycle Company.The ride leaves the shop at 7 am Saturday 7am Saturday (7:30 after Labor Day). The first dozen miles are a social affair, riding from Sag Harbor to the ocean at an easy pace. The ride arrives at Georgica Beach in East Hampton around 7:40(8:10 after Labor Day), at which point we pick up some more riders and break up into A (the “Lead” – strong and experienced cyclists, which paces at 22-25 mph) and B (the “Chase” – mid-level cyclists experienced in pace line riding, which paces at 19-21 mph)  The next 28 miles are generally the most exertion of everyone’s week. Depending on the day and who shows, it can range in tempo from brisk to drag race. The road stays flat from the beach through mile 30 or so, but don’t be deceived. A headwind is invariably pushing you back when it’s your turn to pull. Don’t back down, it’ll make you stronger.The primary goal first and foremost is to arrive back at the shop upright, shot up on endorphins and ready to socialize. We like to push ourselves but in a collaborative way that looks out for our fellow cyclist. Good form is judged by proper paceline etiquette, not just VO2 readings. We call out potholes, turns and turtles knowing that there is less room for error  speed. NO AERO BARS, PLEASE.There’s a sprint at the end of Swamp Road, safety permitting, and then we catch our breath for the couple of miles back to the shop. Stick around for some refreshments, muffins, bagels and the chance to replay all the highlights.We look forward to riding with you.

All New Saturday “C” Ride – Certain Saturdays

For those who want to sleep a little later on Saturdays or ride at a slightly more relaxed pace, join us for our all new C ride – the “Peloton Ride!,”  which will be a moderate-paced (averaging 16 mph), 25 mile, no drop ride.  The ride will start from the shop at 8:30AM.  For Peloton Ride! Dates and for weather alerts, subscribe to the Google Groups “SHCC Group Rides Group,” or check our  website, Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

 

RACE FOR THE PECONIC BAYKEEPER IN SAG HARBOR

Saturday, May 9th, 7:30am registration, 9am Start (Rain date: Sunday, May 10th )
Stand-Up Paddle Division

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Where: Havens Beach, Sag Harbor N.Y.

Join us for the East Coast’s premier early season paddle race. The course will be
set into beautiful Northwest Harbor, overlooking historic Sag Harbor. All proceeds
will benefit Peconic Baykeeper’s clean water programs

3-Mile Recreational Course, 6-Mile Elite Course.
Surf Ski, Outrigger Canoe and Kayak Seated Craft Division
3-Mile Recreational Course, 6-Mile Elite Course.
Pre-Race Registration $75, Day of Registration $90
WPA Sanctioned Race
Prizes and Medals for top finishers in all divisions & quality freebies for ALL participants
Raffles, pre and post-race refreshments
A Nature Tour with the Baykeeper will follow race ceremonies
Register online at: www.paddleguru.com

CITIZENS FOR ACCESS RIGHTS ANNUAL FUNDRAISER AT THE STEPHEN TALKHOUSE

Saturday, May 9th 2015 7 p.m.

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The fundraiser will feature live music by Mashup, auction items, raffle and more. The cost will be $20 for CfAR members renewing at the door and $10 for current 2015 members and non-members. All proceeds go to CfAR to protect beach access on the East End. CfAR t-shirts will also be for sale.

Citizens for Access Rights

PO Box 2597
Amagansett, NY 11930

citizensforaccessrights@gmail.com
facebook.com/CitizensforAccessRights

77th ANNUAL ARTIST MEMBERS EXHIBITION AT GUILD HALL IN EAST HAMPTON

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On view Saturday, May 2 – Saturday, June 6

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 2 / 4-6pm

Awards Juror: Marla Prather, who is a Curator in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The 77th Guild Hall Artists Members Exhibition is the oldest non-juried museum exhibition on Long Island and one of the few non-juried exhibitions still offered. The top honor is a solo show in the Museum’s Spiga Gallery.

FREE Admission generously funded by Suffolk County National Bank and Donald and Barbara Zucker.

Museum Hours: Fri & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm; Mon 11am-5pm

Media Sponsor: HamptonsArtHub.com

6TH ANNUAL PECONIC FAMILY FUN DAY AT CMEE IN BRIDGEHAMPTON

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Saturday, May 2nd from 10am to Noon 

http://www.cmee.org/events/6th-annual-peconic-family-fun-day-saturday-may-2nd-10am-noon/

Now in its sixth year, Peconic Family Fun Day offers visitors the opportunity to learn about and celebrate the ecosystems, estuaries, and environments unique to the East End. The event is filled with a host of accessible activities designed to encourage water management, agricultural sustainability, recycling, and environmental stewardship. Those attending will enjoy games, live critters, arts & crafts stations, a seed planting station, taste testing, music, and more.

This year’s presenting partners include: Amaryllis Farms, the Bridgehampton Marimba Band, the Children’s Museum of the East End, EECO Farm, Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt, Group for the East End, Peconic Land Trust, Ross School, Southampton Hospital’s Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center, the South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo), and Sylvester Manor Educational Farm.

THE EAST HAMPTON TRAILS PRESERVATION SOCIETY MAY HIKING SCHEDULE

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View the EHTPS.org Website

REMINDER: Bring water, insect repellent and sunscreen on your hikes!

MAY 2, Saturday 10 A.M.                                    WATERFENCE OVERLOOK LOOP (4 miles)

We’ll visit pretty Fresh Pond and take in the beautiful view across Napeague Bay from the Waterfence Overlook. After descending during the outward half of the hike, we’ll be climbing through wooded trails on our return. Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook parking area on Montauk Highway approximately one mile east after taking the left fork of the Montauk Highway/Old Montauk Highway split. Leader: Dave Luce 917-885-5749.

 MAY 3, Sunday 10 A.M.                                                     TREASURE INLAND (3.5 miles)

On this easy hike, we’ll visit two of East Hampton’s finest inland natural wonders: the majestic White Pine Forest, and bucolic Chatfield’s Hole.  Meet at the intersection of Old Northwest Road and Northwest Road. Leader: Jim Zajac  212-769-4311.

 MAY 9, Saturday 10 A.M.                                                        BARCELONA NECK (4 miles)

We will circle Barcelona Neck, using old Trustee Roads dating back to the 1700’s. Towering bluffs offer sweeping views of Shelter Island, Northwest Harbor, Cedar Point Lighthouse, the Grace Estate and the North Fork. Some beach walking is possible. Meet at the end of Barcelona Neck Road (near the Sag Harbor Golf Course Clubhouse). The turnoff is east of Route 114 between Swamp Road and the Sag Harbor Village boundary. Leader: Carol Andrews631-725-3367.

MAY 16, Saturday 10 A.M.                                      STONY HILL & JACOB’S FARM (8 miles)

Enjoy a stroll through the spring greenery of Stony Hill Woods and the Jacob’s Farm Preserve. You’ll find rolling terrain and beautiful beech forest – even a rare American Chestnut tree. Meet at the dirt pull-off on east side of Abraham’s Path, ¼ mile north of Town Lane, in Amagansett. Bring food & liquids. Leader: Rick Whalen 631-267-6608 or 631-275-8539.

MAY 16, Saturday 10 A.M.                                NORTHWEST DOGWOODS (3 miles) 

Join us for this lovely springtime hike in the Northwest Woods. The white pines will surround you as we make our way to the beautiful dogwood trees. Meet at the intersection of Hands Creek Road and Van Scoy West in the Northwest Woods of East Hampton. Leader: Tina Guglielmo 631-329-2681.

MAY 16, Saturday 10 A.M.                        SHELTER ISLAND BIKE RIDE (20 miles)

We have scheduled a visit with Captain Bill Clark the Third who will reminisce about the history and colorful stories of the South Ferry. Then off for a 20-mile loop around Shelter Island. We finish at 12:30. Meet at the parking area for the South Ferry, Sag Harbor. HELMETS REQUIRED. Leaders: Lois  Peltz & Jerry Brown 631-329-9414 or 917-747-0885 orlois@infovest21.com

 MAY 23, Saturday 10 A.M.                                 PONDS, HIDDEN AND NEW (2.5 miles)

This hike is about fresh water ponds. We will visit two artificial man made ponds and two natural ponds one of which is hidden and only a handful of people have seen in the last 50 years. This hike must pique your curiosity. Meet at the hike leader’s home, down a long private driveway, 74 Hands Creek Road. Leader: Lee Dion 631-375-2339.

 MAY 23, Saturday 10 A.M.                                             HITHER HILLS HIKE (6-7 miles) 

Hike mainly on the lovely, hilly Paumanok Path beginning on Napeague Harbor Road where we’ll enjoy the forest of pitch pine and bayberry. Lovely bay views will also abound. We’ll end the hike on the very hilly Serpent Back Trail.   Bring food and plenty of liquids. This hike will be a shuttle.  Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook east of the Route 27/Old Montauk Highway split.  Leader: Judy Kossover  631 267-6747.  After 9:30 A.M. on the morning of the hike call:845 548-7604.

 MAY 24, Sunday 10 A.M.          JACOB’S FARM AND GREEN RIVER CEMETERY (3 miles)

We’ll detour from our athletic loop of Jacob’s Farm to visit historic Green River Cemetery. Meet at the south side of Red Dirt Road approximately ¼ mile from Old Accabonac Highway in Amagansett. Leader: Jim Zajac 212-769-4311.

 MAY 25, Monday 10 A.M.                                       NORTHWEST HISTORIC HIKE (7 miles)

Learn about East Hampton history on this Memorial Day hike while visiting some of Northwest Woods’ most historic places. We’ll visit the Van Scoy homestead site, as well as Scoy’s Pond and Kirk’s Place in the Grace State on this scenic circuit hike. Meet on Hand’s Creek Road, at the intersection of Scoy’s Path West. Bring food & liquids. Leader: Rick Whalen 631-267-6608 or 631-275-8539.

 MAY 30, Saturday 10 A.M.                                                  LOST BOULDER HIKE (3 miles)

This scenic hike will include the Laurel Canyon trail as well as the Bridal Falls trail leading to a monumental glacial erratic. The hike lasts about 1½ hours. Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center on the north side of Route 27 about 2 miles west of downtown Montauk. Leader: Eva Moore 631-238-5134 or day of hike 631-681-4774.

        For general information about hiking in East Hampton, go to www.ehtps.org or write to ehtps@hotmail.com

 

BYE BYE BIRDIE PERFORMANCES AT BAY STREET THEATER IN SAG HARBOR

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Playing May 2 through May 3

Website: http://www.baystreet.org/calendar/bye-bye-birdie-stages/

Get Ready to Rock When STAGES presents BYE BYE BIRDIE!

Before Hairspray or Grease… there was Bye Bye Birdie!! This ultimate Rock –n –Roll musical filled with teenage fun and great songs has something for the entire family. It’s the 1960’s and heartthrob singing sensation Conrad Birdie, loosely based on Elvis Presley, is going into the army. His manger Albert and his secretary Rosie have cooked up a publicity stunt to give him a big send off !  He will bestow ‘One last Kiss” to one lucky fan, Kim MacAfee, on the Ed Sullivan show before he leaves. With a town full of colorful characters and crazed, screaming teenagers, Bye Bye Birdie brings us all back to a simpler time before cell phones, and computers!

This highly entertaining Tony award winning musical features a book by Michael Stewart and music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams.

The cast consists of over 30 local actors age 8-18 directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard.

 

Stages will present Bye Bye Birdie at The Bay street Theatre in Sag Harbor Saturday May 2 at 2:00 and 7:30 and Sunday May 3 at 2:00.

All tickets are only $15 and can be purchased at The Bay street Theatre Box office or charge by phone at 631-725-9500.

 

Bye Bye Birdie finishes out Stages 20 year Birthday Celebration and it’s not to be missed!  So grab your “steady “and go see Bye Bye Birdie!

“You’ve got a lot a livin’ to do!!”