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Bridgehampton Library Author Event: David Kozatch

Sat, Sep 01, 2018 1:00 PM

The Hampton Library in Bridgehampton
2478 Main Street
A propulsive debut reminiscent of Big Little Lies and The Leftovers. When the washed-up body of a young woman promptly disappears after a photo of her goes viral, former New York journalist Paul Sandis stumbles into a career-making story which upends the interconnected lives of the Hamptons’ Community.

Summer of Spielberg: JAWS

Summer of Spielberg: JAWS

An annual tradition to close the summer!

presented with Hamptons International Film Festival

Friday, August 31| 8:30 PM | FREE | Outdoors*

2018 is the Summer of Spielberg at Southampton Arts Center! All outdoor films shown from July 6 through August 31 will be classic selections written or directed by this master of film making.


(1975 | Action/Thriller | Rated PG | 130 min.)

There has never been a movie or a phenomenon like JAWS, the terrifying motion picture from the horrific best seller and one of the most popular films of all time. Directed by Steven Spielberg and acclaimed by critics worldwide, JAWS continues to shock moviegoers with its riveting tale of three men who become allied in a life-and-death hunt to destroy a killer embodying nearly three tons of instant white death. Starring Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss.

Always a crowd favorite to wrap up the season, so join us as we take a bite out of summer!

2018 “RED DEVIL” Swim

Sun, Sep 02, 2018 4:00 PM

Atlantic Avenue Beach
Atlantic Avenue, Amagansett, NY
Saturday, September 1st at Atlantic Avenue Beach, Amagansett,NY. This swim is an ocean swim with 3 distances. One Mile, 1/2 Mile and a 1/4 Mile fun swim. First swim begins at 5pm. Join us for a fun filled evening. Cheer the swimmers on and bring a meal to enjoy after the swim. www.easthamptonoceanrescue.com
peter gidion
(631) 324-0668

72nd Annual Shinnecock Powwow


The Shinnecock Indian Powwow is one of the largest Native American Gatherings on the East Coast. As we dance upon the earth we are reminded that our culture and love for one another is the resounding heartbeat that transcends all that we face; wherever we face it. We dance upon our drum. The sound of the drum and our footsteps are recorded year after year within the drum that we dance upon. We may be the only Nation that dances upon its drum.

The trees that surround our circle also record our Powwow historical moments within their barks as they grow with the People. We dance with all of our relations, past and present, from nearby and from afar. We welcome home our distant families as well as our guests with open arms and prayers as we share ourselves, our culture, arts & crafts, good food and our ceremonies during each Labor Day weekend.

We begin at 3pm on Friday with our first Grand Entry of dancers from all over the Americas at 7pm. Each day we host competitive dancing, guest entertainment, prayers, ceremonial dances, the acknowledgement of sponsors and visiting dignitaries. We honor our veterans for protecting this life as we know it. Grand Entry re-occurs each preceding day at 12:30pm and 7pm with the exception of Monday. We conclude Monday evening at 6pm with the awarding of prizes to our competing drums and dancers.

We also host 100 Native American arts, crafts and food vendors from all over the Americas. Cultural enrichment and the opportunity for cultural education abounds as Native American representatives from every region are available to demonstrate and share their stories to all who ask.

This celebration of tradition has been fostered by our community leaders and the Shinnecock Church to whom we are forever grateful. Each year as we fill ourselves with the excitement of the upcoming Powwow celebration, we are reminded of the other things we are thankful for. We thank our patrons for joining us each year. May your way continue to be beautiful.


Stay & Play at the Montauk Library!

Fri, Aug 31, 2018 10:30 AM-11:30 AM

Montauk Library
871 Montauk Highway, Montauk, NY 11954
Join us for Stay & Play, a free playtime program that focuses on parent/child interaction, play and exploration! Visit us, meet other families with young children and play with our fun educational toys! A brief circle time of fingerplays and songs ends the program. Appropriate for children ages birth – five years old. Limit of 25 children! Stay & Play and other Family Place Library services at the Montauk Library are generously co-sponsored by the Montauk Library, the Friends of the Montauk Library, the East Hampton Rotary Club, the Kiwanis Club of East Hampton and the Middle Country Library Foundation grant obtained from the Rauch Foundation.

“The Summit” Debuts At Guild Hall This Labor Day Weekend

The Summit
August 31-September 9
Tuesdays – Sundays at 8pm except September 9 at 2pm
By Isla Hansen, Tucker Marder, and Christian Scheider

Guild Hall
158 Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y.
Phone: (631) 324-0806
Box Office: (631) 324-4050

Interdisciplinary trio Isla Hansen, Tucker Marder, and Christian Scheider return to the Hamptons art and theater scene with the new experimental performance The Summit , commissioned by Guild Hall. Nine shows will run August 31 to September 9