For those looking for some classic family fun on Saturday, July 28, the annual LVIS Fair in East Hampton Village was the place to be. The event, sponsored by the Ladies’ Village Improvement Society, took place at its headquarters on Main Street. There were toys, a carousel, and a children’s playland as well as plants, food, vintage clothing and jewelry, a Tesla car, a raffle, and a silent auction. LVIS president Anne Thomas and her enthusiastic crew made sure there was something for everyone.
The library will offer a discussion moderated by Martin Levinson, Ph.D. on regional disorder in the Middle East as part of the monthly “Great Decisions 2019” series, produced by the Foreign Policy Association, on May 20 at 11:30 AM at Cooper Hall. Certified dog trainer Gail Murphy will talk about how to interpret canine body language and recognize signs of happiness, stress, conflict, and aggression at the library on May 20 at 5:30 PM.