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Neo-Political Cowgirls brings the arts to Sole East in Montauk with live music and surprise performances at the Toga White Party. Tickets are $100 and $25 per child. www.npcowgirls.com
American Heart Association’s Long Island Cycle Nation Hamptons Heart Ride will be held on Sunday, May 19. Each rider can choose from a 27-mile, 59-mile, or 100-mile bike ride through the heart of the Hamptons.
The ride on Sunday begins and ends at Rotations Bicycle Center in Southampton and has a staggered start from 7 to 11:30 AM. A celebration barbeque will be at 2:30 PM.
For sponsorship or ticket information about the CycleNation Hamptons Heart Ride, visit www.heart.org/cyclenation
Northwell Health Walk at East End will be held Sunday, May 19, at Tanger Outlet Center in Riverhead. Registration opens at 8:30 AM and the walk begins at 10 AM. Funds raised will go toward cardiac care and the Breast Cancer Hardship fund through the cancer services department. Women in the community use these resources to help with utilities and rent while in treatment.
The second annual Bud 5k Fun Run will be held at Wölffer Estate in Sagaponack on Sunday, May 19, at 9 AM. Run or walk along 3.1 miles of gorgeous vineyards and equestrian fields. End at the wine stand and celebrate with a complimentary glass of cider, bites, and live music. The cost is $45 per person and $30 for kids 10 and under. Race proceeds support Every Mother Counts.
BookHampton in East Hampton welcomes Storytime on Sunday, May 19, at 10:30 AM, followed by Jason Allen and “The East End.” Learn more at www.bookhampton.com.
The South Fork Natural History Museum will host the interactive program “Hands On: Shark Teeth, Tails, & Tales” with Greg Metzger for adults and children on Sunday, May 19, at 10:30 AM. Metzger, the chief field coordinator of SOFO’s Shark Research and Education Program, will bring a variety of real shark teeth and tails for participants to see and touch, as well as teach visitors what they can discover by examining the characteristics of these marine animals. The program is free for SOFO members. For non-members, the fee is $15 for adults, $10 for children ages three to 12, and free for children under three. The program fee also includes admission to the museum on any day of the participants choosing. Advanced registration is required, which can be done by contacting the museum at email@example.com. For more info, visit the website at www.sofo.org.
The Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse in Bridgehampton will be the site of a free Qigong and Tai Chi class on May 19 at 12 PM. The ancient Chinese exercises are mean to help tune the body with the cycles of the earth. For more information about this and other events, visit the calendar page at www.uucsf.org.
Presented by the East End Mental Health Initiative, Director Rebbie Ratner will show his new film “Borderline” on Sunday, May 19, at 2 PM at the Parrish Hall on the grounds of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. This is a free event. Learn more at www.borderlinethefilm.com
Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton will continue the Sunday at Two series with a talk by Nicole Kinlock on Sunday, May 19, at 2 PM. Kinlock, a doctoral candidate at Stony Brook University in the Department of Ecology and Evolution, will talk about her research on plant interactions in invaded plant communities and the natural history of the invasive plants she studies, including multiflora rose, Japanese barberry, and autumn olive. The talk will also focus on why certain species become invasive and whether communities will be different in the long-term because of them. Refreshments will be served at the event. Sunday at Two events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.longpondgreenbelt.org.