Guild Hall Accepting Scripts
Guild Hall is now accepting scripts from young playwrights, ages 7 to 13, who would like to participate in a script-to-video project. The scripts will be produced by a team of professional actors, directors, and designers that will turn them into professionally-edited short films featured on the Guild Hall through its Make It Together! online platform.
Also happening every Friday at 1 PM is a children’s weekly online Art Break program. Teaming up with local artists like Virva Hinnemo and Alice Hope, it’s a fun way for children to create something with materials found at home. For more information, go to www.guildhall.org.
Rogers Memorial Library is offering a series of discussions on topics of global issues. “Great Decisions 2020,” produced by the Foreign Policy, will begin Monday, May 18, at 11:30 AM. Dr. Martin Levinson will be moderator. For more information, go to www.myrml.org.
The Corona Files
The Corona Files at the Southampton History Museum continues. New content is available to keep residents engaged in the community. Join the new movie club and enjoy group conversations about films with museum director Connor Flanagan. Local surf legends will also be sharing their stories. Head to www.southamptonhistory.org to learn more.
Farm To Front Door
Farm to Front Door, a virtual farmer’s market supporting local farmers and food and beverage producers, is announcing a new East End delivery service. Enjoy a safe and contact-free experience ordering through www.farmtodoor.com. A 10-percent portion of sales goes to three local charities.