The Sag Harbor Historical Society presented “The Point,” its 2019 gala, on Friday, July 5. This year’s affair was hosted by Marni and Stuart Hersch in North Haven. Sandra Foschi and Bill Evans were the honorary chairpersons. Stephen and Emma Walton Hamilton served as honorees. Stephen Breitenbach was recognized for his renovation of The Point house. Chris Denon and John Battle were recognized for their restoration of Sag Harbor’s movie theater sign following the fire.
There will be a public sale of the works of artist Beryl Bernay-Kossovskaya on Friday, July 19, and Saturday, July 20, from 10 AM to 4 PM at 18 Neck Path in East Hampton. Many of the diverse selection of paintings and photographs by the long-time Springs resident were inspired by her United Nations foreign correspondent assignments. Other works reflect her love of the area’s light and ambience, while some included pen-and-ink sketches of Paris, New York City, and her 1940s fashion designs.