For the month of October the Rogers Mansion will be taken over by the spooky spirits of Halloween. Come explore our exhibits and learn about Southampton’s past, but be on the lookout for ghouls and ghosts of previous occupants. Was that a creaky old floorboard or the footsteps of Captain Albert Rogers getting ready to leave on a whaling trip? You will have to stop in to find out!
Rogers Mansion, 17 Meeting House Lane, SH
FEE: $5 adults and non-members, free for members and children
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital and Caron Treatment Centers present the 5th Annual Addiction Medicine Symposium, recommended for medical doctors, physicians, pharmacists, psychologists, therapists, medical students, residents and social workers.
Comprehend addiction as a disorder that involves elements of both impulsivity and compulsivity.
Be familiar with the three stages of addiction: binge/intoxication, withdrawal/negative affect and preoccupation/anticipation.
Have a better understanding of ways to treat pain.
Be aware of the legal and ethical issues when prescribing opiates to patients.
At the Stony Brook Southampton Fine Arts Building, Avram Theater, 239 Montauk Highway, Southampton NY, 11968,
Harry Potter Screening:
East Hampton Library presents the family movie, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Sign up required. www.easthamptonlibrary.org
Free Staged Reading:
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor presents a new play by Jan Buckaloo. Far Beyond Northern Seais a political satire. www.baystreet.org
The magic of the Hamptons involves a healthy sprinkling of that special ingredient, “celebrity.” However, being a celebrity is a full-time occupation both for them and their families. This week we feature a few local celebrities who support charitable causes, the events that make a difference for the wider community and a few of the dining spots popular with our East End stars.