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Saturday July 21, 2018
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5:00 PM
Pop-up Concerts:

To celebrate its 35th summer season, BCMF presents a series of pre-season FREE “Pop-Up” concerts throughout the community. These 30-40 minute casual programs will feature the acclaimed Rolston String Quartet in a variety of repertoire to be announced at the concerts. All concerts are free, but reservations are highly recommended. Times vary so visit www.bcmf.org/pop-ups for more information. Located at Madoo Conservatory at 618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack.

7:00 AM
Soldier Ride 2018:

Soldier Ride of the Hamptons returns this Saturday, July 21, with two events in Amagansett and Sag Harbor. A bicycle ride will start from the Amagansett Farm, with registration opening at 7 AM and an opening ceremony at 8:30 AM before the ride itself begins at 9 AM. A 5K walk will be held in Sag Harbor, with registration at 9 AM in Marine Park and the walk and a Lap of Heroes taking place at 11 AM.

9:00 AM
Birding With Frank:

The South Fork Natural History Museum invites community members to “Birding With Frank,” a walk with Frank Quevedo, Executive Director, SOFO, to observe shorebirds at 9 AM. On this walk, participants will visit Shinnecock Bay in Southampton and focus on plovers, yellowlegs, oystercatchers, and sandpipers as they feed by wading in shallow waters. So, grab your binoculars, scopes, sunscreen, and a field guide to birds of Eastern North America, if you have one, and hit the bay with other avid birders. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, call 631-537-9735.

10:00 AM
Community Service:

Teens can rack up community service hours at the East Hampton Library by attending “Teen Tech Time” from 10 AM to noon. Teens well-versed in technology can help adults learn to use tablets, social media, email, and answer other technology questions. To register, call 631-324-0222 ext. 3 or sign up with a young adult librarian

10:00 AM
Ladybug Search:

At 10 AM, South Fork Museum of Natural History hosts a “Lost Ladybug Search” at Quail Hill Farms for children of all ages. The Peconic Land Trust and SoFo have teamed up with Dr. Leslie Allee of Cornell University for its annual search for “lost ladybugs.” Help look for the extremely rare nine-spotted ladybug, New York State’s official insect, and aid in Dr. Allee’s research. Participants will search for and gently capture ladybugs at the farm to be identified and then released. Children must be accompanied by an adult. This program is free; rain date, Wednesday, July 25. Park on Deep Lane and meet at the farm stand. For more information on the “Lost Ladybug Project” visit www.lostladybug.org. For more info or to reserve your spot (required), call 631-537-9735.

11:00 AM
Jazz On The steps:

Southampton Arts Center, presented with The Jam Session, brings back “Jazz on the Steps” on Saturday, July 21, from 11 AM to 1 PM, with Max Feldschuh on vibraphone and Omar Haddad on violin. It is free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.southamptonartscenter.org.

12:00 PM
Wölffer Estate:

Clinton Curtis takes the stage Saturday, July 21. Savor wines by the glass, as well as cheese and charcuterie plates. For times, call 631-537-5106. Cheese and charcuterie plates and wrap sandwiches will be available for purchase.

1:00 PM
Palmer Vineyards:

On Saturday, July 21, from 1 to 5 PM, listen to the tunes of Johnny Kroo and check out some good grub from Nice Buns food truck.

For more information, go to www.palmervineyards.com.

1:00 PM
Wine And Music:

Come down to Pindar Vineyards this Saturday, July 21, for the NoFo Band playing from 1 to 5 PM on on the Wisteria Deck. Try Summer Sangria with Sweet Scarlett at $8 per 16-ounce cup through September. Don’t forget to visit the food truck for some grub on the dub.

3:00 PM
All That Jazz:

The Amagansett Free Library is offering “What’s All That Jazz About? Jazz Appreciation” at 3 PM for ages three and up. Clever listening games, live music, dramatic storytelling, group participation, and humorous demonstrations are some of the fun activities that are used to guide the young audience through an introduction to jazz. Jazz musician Shenole Latimer will lead. Registration is required by calling 631-267-3810 or via email at lindaknoernschild@gmail.com.

6:00 PM
Shakespeare At The Manor:

Visit Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island for the return of Shakespeare at the Manor’s and its first performance of the summer with Romeo and Juliet.

Bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the outdoor show. The performance being at 6 PM, doors open at 5 PM. Tickets are $18 per person and kids 18 and under are free. The show will take place on the Manor grounds at 80 North Ferry Road.

6:00 PM
St. Jude Benefit:

On Saturday, July 21, nearly 500 prominent guests will come together for 4th Annual St. Jude Hope in the Hamptons, the premier South Fork event celebrating the life-saving mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

This casual yet chic red carpet event will feature an exclusive live and silent auction, creative cocktails and a simple summer supper from Catering by Restaurant Associates, and live entertainment by local band, Magic Music. Guests will hear from a local St. Jude patient family as they share their St. Jude journey. www.stjude.org/hopeinthehamptons

6:30 PM
Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival:

The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival: The Mendelssohns, Fanny and Felix, with Alan Alda takes place at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church. Felix Mendelssohn wasn’t the only wunderkind in the family – his sister Fanny was an incredible pianist and composer in her own right, though because of the culture of the time, she couldn’t pursue her artistic impulses. Or could she? Alan Alda and BCMF artists tell the tale of these amazing siblings through their words and music in this season’s Composer Portrait. Tickets are priced at $75, $55, and $10 for student tickets. The Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church is located at 2429 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton.

8:00 PM
Kathleen Madigan:

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center presents “Boxed Wine and Big Foot Tour . . . with Kathleen Madigan” on Saturday, July 21, at 8 PM. For tickets, visit www.whbpac.org.

9:00 PM
Live Music:

The 324 Lounge, the hottest new nightlife spot to open this season, hosts live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings beginning at 9 PM. Resident DJ, DJ K-Alert, spins all night while guests may enjoy craft cocktails and frozen specialties.

Select cocktails, include The East Ender with Belvedere Vodka, shaken with fresh lemon juice and mint, served up; The Hamptonite with Vovetti Prosecco stirred with Italian vermouth and elderflower liqueur; Frosé with Bertand Côte Des Roses, strawberries, agave; and a Blackberry Raspberry Margarita with Herradura Silver, chambord, pomegranate, lime.

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