On Monday, April 8, The SHED Workspace officially reopened in a private shed on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, a stone’s throw from their former Tuesday-only space in Estia’s Little Kitchen. A tour of the new five-days-a-week space led by The SHED co-founder Amanda Millner-Fairbanks showed off the “By Women. For Women” design, from the white fur seat cushions, floral arrangements by Sag Harbor Florist, to the nameplates at each work station, celebrating feminist pioneers.
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.