When: 11/16/2018, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
East Hampton Library presents Food Schmooze and a Film, with Broadway Danny Rose. www.easthamptonlibrary.org
Meet authors all weekend long starting Friday, February 28, at Topping Rose in Bridgehampton at 6 PM with Amy Impellizzeri, “I Know How This Ends.” On Saturday, February 29, at 10 AM will be Jennifer Moorman, “The Baker’s Man,” at White Fences Inn in Southampton followed by Laurie Gelman, “You’ve Been Volunteered,” at 12 PM. At 2:30 PM, The 1770 House in East Hampton welcomes Natalie Banks, “The Moments Between,” and at 4 PM, at The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton, will be Hank Phillippi Ryan, “The Murder List.” On Sunday, March 1, at 10:30 AM, at The Maidstone Hotel in East Hampton, will be Kim Sakwa, author of “The Prophecy.” Get tickets to the Hamptons Bedside Authors Weekend via Eventbrite.
In the last segment of the Herbal Classroom series, Marders will be hosting a Botanical Blends for Kids on Saturday, February 29 at 10 to 11:30 AM. Kids 5 to 12 can create sachets and herbal fragrances to take home. To sign up, call 631-537-3700. For more information, visit www.marders.com.
The Southampton Town Affirmative Action Task Force, Eastern Suffolk BOCES and the Town of Southampton will be offering a free Civil Service Test Prep Workshop on Saturday, February 29 at 10 AM at the Hampton Bays Senior Center. This will be a four-hour workshop that will cover information on how Suffolk County Civil Service works and how to prepare for a Civil Service examination. Refreshments will be provided to all attendees. Attendees will need to register ahead of time. If you have questions regarding Civil Service, employment at the Town, contact Juan Becerra, Affirmative Action Officer, at 631-702-1921 or for more information, visit https://www.southamptontownny.gov.
The Stony Brook Southampton Hospital presents the East End Family Health and Wellness Fair on Saturday, February 29 from 10 AM to 3 PM. The fair will be held at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons in Southampton. Pre registration is required, call 631-444-2041 and for more information, visit www.southampton.stonybrookmedicine.edu.
As part of the Thinking Forward Lecture Series 2020, a screening of Death by Delivery, whichexposes how bias in health care and societal inequities drive the Maternal Care crisis for Black Women in America. A panel discussion moderated by Rev. Tisha Williams, Pastor First Baptist Church, Creator, “Who’s That Lady?” Ministries, will be held on Saturday, February 29 at 12 PM at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center. The lecture is free and those interested can RSVP at www.eventbrite.com/e/91827325001. For more information, visit www.bhccrc.org.
On Saturday, February 29, at 12 PM, Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center presents a screening of “Death by Delivery” followed by a panel discussion moderated by Rev. Tisha Williams. Visit www.bhccrc.org for more info, or register via Eventbrite.
The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the 10 Annual Harbor Frost on Saturday, February 29, from 1 to 6 PM. Some events will be live Ice Carving demonstration, the Frosty Plunge, children’s face painting and indoor games, a fire juggler and live music will be played throughout the village. This year’s grand finale at 6 PM will be a drone Laser Light Show presented by Baron’s Cove. Due to the construction on Long Wharf, many activities will take place at the new Steinbeck Park. For more information and schedule of events, please visit www.sagharborchamber.com
On Saturday, February 29, at 1 PM, Guild Hall in East Hampton will screen The Met: Live in HD— “Handel’s Agrippina.” Grab tickets at www.guildhall.org.
Footprints on the Landis a truck tour and short hike as you discover the traces of over 200 years of the Nicoll family history in Mashomack’s meadows. Learn about the family’s lingering impacts on the land this Saturday, February 29 from 1 to 2:30 PM. For more information, visit https://www.shelterislandtown.us.
PEER/NYPAN and several co-sponsors, will present “Myth Busting: Separating Fact from Fiction in Single Payer Health Care” on Saturday, February 29 at 1 PM at Stony Brook University, Southampton campus. It will be held in The Chancellor Hall auditorium. This discussion is about the MYTHS & FEARS regarding a Single Payer Health Care System and how it will impact the quality and cost of your health care & taxes.
In honor of Black History Month come learn about African American family history research at the Museum on Saturday, February 29 at 1 PM. The lecture will be hosted by historian/genealogist Sandi Brewster-Walker. The lecture is for beginning and advanced genealogists. Free to Members, Non-Members $5. Advanced registration required for all events. For more information, visit www.suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org/museum.html.
Long Island Winterfest presents a list of live music. On Saturday, February 29, at 2 PM, Rick Rempe performs at Heron Suites in Southold. At 6 PM Dinny Keg plays at Bistro 72 in Riverhea and Dan Hill at Cooperage Inn, then at 7 PM will be Southbound Country Jam at Hotel Indigo in Riverhead. See more details at www.longislandwinterfest.com.
LTV in Wainscott presents “Vivian’s Music 1969” on Saturday, February 29, at 4 PM, at the end of Black History month. Visit www.ltveh.org.
The Wednesday Group and Friends presents “In Plein Site,” a celebration in art of the beauty of the East End at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. Participating artists include Agnes Bristel, Teresa Lawler, Marie Lombardi, Jean Mahoney, Lynn Martell, Deb Palmer, Janet Rojas, Gene Samuelson, Rosa Hanna Scott, Frank Sofo, Bob Sullivan, Ursula Thomas, Pamela Thomson, Aurelio Torres, and Maureen Travers.
The show will run February 29 to March 1. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, February 29, from 5 to 7 PM. There will also be a glass fusing, watercolor, and collage workshop open to the public on Saturday from noon to 2 PM.
The Grenning Gallery in Sag Harbor presents “Fenske and Friends Group Show,” including the artwork of Ben Fenske. This is an exhibit of Fenske and his circle of fellow painters. An opening reception will be from 5:30 to 7 PM on Saturday, February 29. The show will run through March 29.
On Saturday, February 29, at 4 PM, Phil Keith will be with Tom Clavin and “All Blood Runs Red: The Legendary Life of Eugene Bullard — Boxer, Pilot, Soldier, Spy.” On Tuesday, March 3, at 6 PM, will be “Abigail” by Magda Szabo. Learn more at www.bookhampton.com.
VSOP Projects in Greenport presents “Broken Home,” a group exhibition curated by Michael Yarinsky of Cooler Gallery + Office of Tangible Space. Broken Home strives to challenge our ideas about what makes a house a home. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, February 29, from 6 to 8 PM. The exhibit runs through April 5.
Hang out with the Surfrider Foundations Eastern LI Chapter on Thursday, February 29 from 6 to 8 PM. Listen to live music by Born & Raised to see what they’re up to and get social with the Takeover Artist from the Southampton Cultural Center. For more information, visit www.easternli.surfrider.org
Mason Music Series presents Darcey on Saturday, February 29, at 200 Main Street in Sag Harbor. Learn more at www.masonicmusicseries.com.
HamptonsFilm presents Now Showing: “Young Ahmed” on Saturday, February 29, at 6 PM, at Guild Hall. Grab tickets at www.guildhall.org.
An evening of raising funds for Our Fabulous Variety Show will be held on Saturday, February 29, at 6:30 PM, at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett. There will be fabulous drag queen divas RaffaShow and Naomi; singer Lucy Caracappa; Anita Boyer, Kasia Klimiuk and Joe Pallister of the improv team Glitter Robot; and more.
Auction items include prizes from the Hamptons Film Festival, Sag Harbor Inn, Chef Damien O’Donnell of Harbor Bistro, Smokin’ Wolf, John Pappas, Hamptons Princesses, WHB Performing Arts Center, Hampton Coffee, and more. For tickets, visit www.ovationtix.com.
The Peconic Ballet Foundation will perform in Riverhead on Saturday, February 29, at 7 PM at the Peconic Ballet Theatre. Go to www.pbfny.org.
The annual Love Bites event will be held on Saturday, February 29, from 7 to 11 PM at the Bridgehampton Community House. It will benefit Katy’s Courage, a local organization dedicated to supporting education, children’s bereavement support, and pediatric cancer research. The event will include tastings from chef Peter Ambrose, Art of Eating, Bell and Anchor, Bostwicks, The Clubhouse, Green Hill Kitchen, Silver Spoon Specialties, Dreesen’s Donuts, and many others. For tickets and more information, visit www.katyscourage.org.
On Saturday, February 29, at 8 PM, The HooDoo Loungers and Mighty Ramon and the Phantoms of the Soul will play at Bay Street in Sag Harbor. Buy tickets at www.baystreet.org.
At the Southampton Publick House on Saturday, February 29, at 9:30 PM, with Liam Meaney and Satchel Boogie.
Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett will host DJ Snoop on Saturday, February 29, at 10 PM. See more at www.stephentalkhouse.com.