The Independent newspaper, along with Simple Vodka and East End Taste, hosted “Party With A Purpose,” a beach gathering to promote and support sustainability in the restaurant industry. Representatives from the Surfrider Foundation were on hand to promote the Strawless Summer initiative, which aims to eliminate straws in eateries in Suffolk County. Simple Vodka, which is created on a fully sustainable farm, served a delicious mango lemonade cocktail.
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.