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GLOW IN THE DARK MENORAHCADE IN EAST HAMPTON

Saturday, December 12th, 6:30pm

Chabad of the Hamptons
13 Woods Lane
East Hampton

Spreading the warmth and light of Chanukah throughout East Hampton Menorahcade 2015 Saturday, December 12, The Seventh Night of Chanukah Leaving from Chabad of East Hampton, 13 Woods Lane Parading to Herrick Park for a Grand Menorah Lighting Wheels roll at 6:30 PM Menorah lighting at 7:00 PM Herrick Park on Newtown Lane Followed by a Chanukah party at East Hampton Middle School 76 Newtown Lane.

For more information contact
Info@jewishhamptons.com
(631) 329-5800
http://Chabadofthehamptons.com/3135935

WONDERLAND, BY ROSS CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY THEATER

Friday, December 11, 5:00pm
Saturday, Dec 12, 4:00pm

Ross Lower Field House
739 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, NY
Bridgehampton

Ross School Children’s Community Theater will perform in “Wonderland,” an adaption of “Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass” by Ross Performing Arts teacher Margaret Kestler. Adults $20/Children $10.

For more info:
Margaret Keslter
mkestler@ross.org
(631) 907-5361
Price: 20/10

SOFO NIGHT SKY ADVENTURES: THE GEMINIDS FOR AGES 8 – 12

Sunday, December 13
6pm – 8pm

Please call for reservations
and information about meeting place
Bridgehampton

Winter is the best time to observe the night sky; the cold air doesn’t hold humidity very well, resulting in very clear skies. December is also well known for the Geminids Meteor Shower that falls from December 4 to December 17, with its peak being between December 13 and 14. We’ve learned that in past years as many as 120 meteors painted green streaks across the sky in just one hour. Join Crystal in this evening program to learn where the meteors originated, make a constellation projector to decorate your room, and then observe the early meteor showers from the SoFo’s upper deck. Dress warmly and bring a comfortable folding chair or blankets. Limited enrollment. If there is rain or heavy cloud cover, the program will take place the following night. Advance reservations are required for all events.

Participants must call (631) 537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-member fee is $7 per adult, $5 per child 3-12 years of age. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program.

THE BRIDGEHAMPTON ASSOCIATION HOLIDAY FAIR

Saturday, December 5th, 9:00am – 1:00pm

Bridgehampton Association Holiday Fair
St. Ann’s Parish House, Main Street
Bridgehampton

Edible treats: jams, puddings, cookies, candies, cakes and dog treats! Handmade decorated wreaths and boxwood table trees. Jewelry, scarves, household treasures, antique collectibles, hand painted ornaments and knitted gifts for the whole family. A not- to-be-missed RAFFLE for baskets of cheer, gifts and certificates generously donated by local restaurants and shops.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Hillary Hulten
hed4thhill@aol.com
(631) 537-1050

PUBLIC MENORAH LIGHTING IN MONTAUK

Sunday, December 6, 3:30pm

Kirk Park
95 S Emerson Ave
Montauk

Public Menorah Lighting spreading the light of Chanukah throughout the Hamptons Doughnuts, hot cocoa, dreidels Montauk Sunday, December 6 Kirk Park, 3:30 PM

For more info contact
Info@jewishhamptons.com
(631) 329-5800
http://Chabadofthehamptons.com/3141723

ALMOND’S NEXT ARTIST & WRITERS NIGHT IN BRIDGEHAMPTON

Tuesday, December 8, 7:00pm

Almond Restaurant
1 Ocean Road
Bridgehampton

Almond announces the next “Artists & Writers Night” hosted by Max Blagg on Tuesday, December 8 at 7 p.m. Matt will be reading poetry from his new book that is inspired by artists and their work. The night will feature a family style three-course menu created by executive chef Jason Weiner. The cost is $45, which includes a glass of local wine or craft beer, tax and gratuity. Reservations are required.

Contact
Nicole
Nicole@wordhampton.com
(631) 329-0050

SOFO – WINTER SEA DUCKS: BIRDING WITH FRANK

Saturday, December 5

9:00am

Please call for reservations and information about meeting place

On this walk, visit Montauk Point to view a variety of wintering sea ducks. These birds from the Arctic and Canada migrate south to Long Island each winter to forage on the abundance of shellfish and crustaceans that live on the ocean floor. Thousands of scoters as well as eiders, loons, gannets, and, perhaps, razorbills or guillemots may be visible. This program is appropriate for adults and children 12+. Advance reservations are required for all events. Participants must call (631) 537-9735 for reservations and information about meeting places. There is no charge for SoFo members. Non-member fee is $7. Fees include admission to the museum on the day of the program.
Contact
Carol Crasson
sofo@hamptons.com
631-537-9735
http://www.sofo.org

HAMPTONS TAKE 2 DOCUMENTARY FILM FEST

Running from Thursday, December 3 – Friday, December 4

Bay Street Theater
Bay & Main Streets, Sag Harbor
Sag Harbor

As a lead-up to the festive holiday season, the 8th annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival (HT2FF) kicks off Thursday, December 3, and runs for four days, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. through Sunday, December 6, all at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, with Q&As after every film and an Audience Award.

Contact Executive director Jacqui Lofaro
info@ht2ff.com
(631) 725-9500
http://www.HT2FF.com
Price: $15/$13 sr

A SPECTACULAR CHRISTMAS CAROL AT GUILD HALL IN EAST HAMPTON

Friday, December 4th
7:30p.m.

Guild Hall
158 Main Street
East Hampton

It’s A Spectacular Christmas Carol! The classic Dickens tale is told through the twists and turns of the variety show! Starring Tony D’Alessio as Scrooge, watch his hilarious and harrowing journey through his past and present to see if he can change his ways and avoid an ominous future! Filled with show-stopping dance numbers, beautiful melodies and comedy galore, the evening is sure to be an amazing experience that is wonderful for the whole family!

Price: $15 – $55

Contact 631-594-2906 for tickets