Navy Beach is celebrating the 2018 FIFA World Cup with viewing parties for all the games. Catch the games on the two TVs in the bar and one in the dining room. The bar will open early for 10 A.M. and 11 A.M. throughout the months for games and feature drink specials on mimosas and bloody marys. Located at 16 Navy Road in Montauk.
Below is a schedule of the games that will be shown at the bar:
6/14 11 AM & 2 PM 6/15 11 AM & 2 PM 6/17 11 AM & 2 PM 6/18 11 AM & 2 PM 6/19 11 AM & 2 PM 6/20 11 AM & 2 PM 6/21 11 AM & 2 PM 6/22 11 AM & 2 PM 6/23 11 AM & 2 PM 6/24 11 AM & 2 PM 6/25 10 AM & 2 PM 6/26 10 AM & 2 PM 6/27 10 AM & 2 PM 6/28 10 AM & 2 PM 6/30 10 AM & 2 PM
Old & New:
“Old & New,” on display at Ashawagh Hall in Springs through June 24, explores the organic growth that occurs in an artist’s work over time. Mark Perry, embarking on his first curatorial endeavor, has invited a select group of artists to share the hall. The focus of the show will be Perry’s work, with fellow artists represented by two or more works each.
The artists include Roy Nicholson, Anne Raymond, Don Christensen, Rosario Varela, Gus Yero, George Singer, Sydney Albertini, Scott Bluedorn, Denise Gale, James Kennedy, Bob Bachler, and John Haubrich. The show will also feature works by Tim Lee and Robert Loughlin, represented posthumously, from Perry’s personal collection. A closing reception will be held on Saturday, June 23, from 5 to 8 PM.
The East Hampton Senior Center Tick-Borne Disease Event:
The East Hampton Senior Center will host Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming and Rebecca Young of the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Regional Tick-Borne Disease Resource for an educational presentation of tick safety from 11 AM to noon.
Attendees will be taught how to properly remove ticks and check pets, grandchildren, and themselves for ticks. They will also learn how to preserve and send ticks for testing. All members of the senior center in attendance will receive a tick kit, which contains the necessary items needed to safely remove ticks. Call 631-329-6939 for more information.
Reading To Tara, A Certified Therapy Dog:
Children in first through fifth grades can end the day at the East Hampton Library by reading to Tara, a certified therapy dog from Pet Partners. Kids can pick their favorite book to read to the dog who loves being read to during a 15-minute session today from 4 to 5 PM.
Camp SoulGrow Benefit:
Camp SoulGrow, a non-profit enrichment workshop camp for all kids, will hold its fourth annual benefit at The Palm in East Hampton tonight from 6 to 8 PM. Tickets are $60 in advance and $70 at the door. The event includes open bar, complimentary menu, and a silent auction. Visit www.campsoulgrow.org.