The South Fork Natural History Museum, in Bridgehampton, presented its 29th Annual Summer Gala Benefit on Saturday, July 14, to benefit educational and environmental programming and initiatives at the museum. The event honored Courtney Ross, founder of the Ross Institute, Ross School, and the Ross Learning System; Don Church, President of Global Wildlife Conservation; and Russell Mittermeier, Chief Conservation Officer of GWC. Chairs were Sammi and Scott Seltzer and Patsy and Jeff Tarr, with co-hosts Leslie Clarke, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Debra Halpert.
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