Ashawagh Hall in East Hampton was converted into a kind of pop-up store on Saturday, February 9, as shoppers for Valentine’s Day gifts had the opportunity to buy locally made art and fine handmade craft items at one location. Jamie Lerner, jeweler and creator/producer of “Valentine Craftmarket” assembled a dozen vendors of ceramics, jewelry, knits, food, and more. Special honoree was the late Springs photographer Ken Robbins. Also setting up shop were: Nuna Knits, Fiber Works, Pine Baron Leather Goods, BC Designs Jewelry, Lulu Knits, Hamptons Handpoured Candles, Modern Primal Soaps, Eve Behar Ceramics, Vienna Cookie Company, and Dafni Greek Gourmet.
The Mattituck-Laurel Library will screen “On the Basis of Sex,” which depicts Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s struggle for equal rights for women and early career cases, on Friday, April 19, at 1:30 PM. The event is free.