World Pie in Bridgehampton was the most recent luncheon meeting place for East Hampton Village Mayor Paul Rickenbach’s “Tuesday Club,” on Tuesday (!). The club members meet monthly to discuss the changes they have witnessed during their decades of life in our beloved Hamptons.
Guest speaker John Halsey, president of the Peconic Land Trust, offered the history and mission of the iconic East End, not-for-profit institution.
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