Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor presents its “Literature Live!” production of The Great Gatsby, running through November 25. Check the Bay Street website for specific dates and showtimes: www.baystreet.org
Holiday Coat Drive:
L&W Market in Bridgehampton is holding a coat drive. Through December 31, L&W Market will be collecting lightly used or new coats, which will be donated to those in need on the East End through the local organization Maureen’s Haven. As a thank you for donating, L&W will offer a free cup of coffee to those donating coats.
Turkey Trot “Run for Fun”:
The start location for the 42 annual Turkey Trot “Run for Fun” is the Montauk Green. Race check-in will be between 8 and 9:30 AM at the Montauk Chamber at 742 Montauk Highway. There will be two races: a three-mile and a six-mile. There are categories for all ages. Pre-register at Montauk Playhouse by noon, November 21. Find out more at http://www.montaukchamber.com
It’s time for the free annual community Thanksgiving dinner at the First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton. This meal is provided free for all who would like to attend. Transportation is available, and it is handicapped-accessible. Seating begins at 11:45 AM for dinner at noon. Call the church office at 631-324-0711 for reservations
Union Cantina in Southampton presents The Jam Session Inc. every Thursday with a concert at 7 PM followed by a jam session. www.unioncantina.net
Feast 2018 with chef David Laris was held to support Teens for Food Justice on October 20, at Tribeca Rooftop in New York City. The event honored Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Karolina Kurkova and Archie Drury, and New York City Council Majority Leader Laurie Cumbo. TFFJ is building indoor hydroponic farms in six high-need New York City schools in four boroughs. Students aim to grow over 15,000 pounds of produce annually.