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Holiday Celebration at Good Ground Park

Friday, December 6th, 2019 - 3:30 PM
9 Squiretown Rd., Hampton Bays, NY

Enjoy some good old-fashioned caroling with the Dickens Carolers!
Have your picture taken with "Grinch" and warm-up with some hot cocoa donated by Hampton Coffee Company and cookies donated by Krieg's Bakery.
Please bring a non-perishable item to help fill Santa's Food Pantries for the Heart of the Hamptons, and spread Good Cheer!
Event Time: 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Tree Lighting & Menorah Celebration at 4:20PM

History of the Actor's Colony in North Haven

Friday, December 6th - 4:00 PM
North Haven Village Hall

Friday the 6th of December from 4-6 pm at the North Haven Village Hall will see the East Hampton Historical Farm Museum celebrating the silent film history of the Actor's Colony in North Haven. A presentation by Wes Frye of the life and legend of William Farnum who lived and partied at the Farnum Farm will include several silent films made in the area and on Long Island. Donations are appreciated. Parking is limited so come early. That's December 6th, from 4-6 pm at the North Haven Village Hall.

Lighting of the Windmill

Friday, December 6th, 2019 - 6:00 PM
Stony Brook Southampton

Refreshments, Music, Alumni-Sponsored Photo Booth, Guided Windmill Tours, Crafts for Children.
Free admission, all are welcome!
Event Time: 6:00PM - 7:30PM

Hampton Ballet Theatre School Presents Nutcracker

Friday December 6th - 7:00 PM
Guild Hall

The Hampton Ballet Theatre School (HBTS), is excited to present their eleventh annual production of Tchaikovsky's beloved Nutcracker on Friday, December 6 at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, December 7 at 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 8 at 2:00 p.m. at Guild Hall's beautiful John Drew Theater, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. Advance ticket prices range from $20-$45 and day of performance ticket prices range from $25 - $50, depending on the designated section. Premium, orchestra, balcony and box seats are available at rates for children (under 12 years of age) and adults. Group rates for all performances are available for groups consisting of 10 or more people. The ballet is choreographed by the director of HBTS, Sara Jo Strickland and includes beautiful costumes designed and hand sewn by Yuka Silvera and lighting design by Sebastian Paczynski. Corrina Castillo and Ana Kastrati will share the role of the Arabian Princess partnered by guest artists Nick Peregrino and Hector Cerna, respectively. Sharing the role of Dew Drop Princess will be Sedona Silvera and Marina Jacka partnered by guest artist Josep Maria Monreal and Nick Peregrino. Snow Queen will be danced by Samantha Grabb and Holiday Bovio partnered by guest artists Josep Maria Monreal and Hector Cerna. All female dancers are Pro Student Level 7 at HBTS. Sharing the role of Sugar Plum Fairy will be seniors Devon Friedman and Samantha Prince, partnered by guest artists James Stevko and Nick Peregrino as Cavalier. Hampton Ballet Theatre School's Nutcracker will enchant those of all ages, as the students of HBTS transport the audience to a land where angels, snowflakes and flowers dance and Clara saves the Nutcracker Prince from the evil Mouse King. The Nutcracker will produce holiday cheer for all, as everyone celebrates in the Land of Sweets. Do not miss this extraordinary, holiday event!

Annual Christmas Bazaar and Luncheon

Saturday December 7th - 9:00 AM
First Presbyterian Church Southampton

Christmas Bazaar with home-made gift items and food items. Free Admission to the Bazaar. Luncheon served from 11:30-1pm $10 per adult. Call 631-898-6252 to reserve your luncheon ticket. Menu: Chicken Marsala with garlic mustard linguini, salad, rolls and dessert.

Bridgehampton Association Holiday Fair

Saturday, December 7th - 9:00 AM
Parish House of St Ann’s Church Bridgehampton

The Holiday Fair features artisan goods, unique treasures, baked goods and a wonderful assortment of Christmas greens, including boxwood trees, wreaths and table decorations complete our annual fundraising efforts. And a raffle!!
Each year, the Bridgehampton Association unveils a coveted, keepsake handmade ornament, based on favorite Bridgehampton/East End locations.
Since it's founding in 1984, the Bridgehampton Association has donated more than $1 million to charitable, cultural, educational and civic organizations that serve the Bridgehampton community.
Recipients this year include the South Fork Bakery, a non-profit wholesale bakery whose mission to provide employment for adults with special needs
The Bridgehampton Association's year round income driver is our "Curated" Used Book Store.
Better known as the Book Bay on School Street in the Bridgehampton Community House, it is one of the largest used bookstores on the East End, replenished frequently through donations from local estate
closings, writers, critics and publishing people who live on the East End. Come by on weekends for great book values and timely specials!

Seasonal Concert with Caroline Doctorow

Saturday December 7th - 1:00 PM
East Hampton Library

Join one of America's finest champions of folk music, Caroline Doctorow, for an uplifting holiday concert filled with seasonal songs that people of all ages and backgrounds will enjoy. The program includes standards, traditional American ballads, and fast fiddle instrumentals, as well as Caroline's own holiday songs - all delivered in her unique folk/Americana style. Audience participation is encouraged. Caroline Doctorow's velveteen voice recalls the great folk artists of the '60s. Doctorow's most recent album Dreaming in Vinyl reached #2 on the folk radio airplay charts and No Depression Magazine says: "Caroline Doctorow has been responsible for some of the sweetest songs of the modern folk idiom." This year she received The Alexander Award from the Long Island Arts Council, and an official New York State Proclamation from State Senator John E. Brooks, honoring her many years of work as a folksinger. She will appear next year in the Christopher Lucas film Pete Seeger Legacy along with Taj Mahal. Guy Davis, Dar Williams, John Cohen and others, a project which celebrates Pete Seeger's legacy and 100th birthday. In addition to eleven solo albums, she released the first retrospective of the work of '60s folk icons Richard and Mimi Fariña titled Another Country which received critical acclaim. Her songs and her voice have been heard on soundtracks on the large and small screen. She is the daughter of the late world-renowned author E.L. Doctorow Saturday, December 7, 2019 1 PM - 2:30 PM register by calling (631) 324-0222 ext.3 or register by clicking the Eventbrite link below:

Holiday Village

Saturday, December 7th - 3:00 PM
Sag Harbor

Santa Claus will arrive at the Windmill on a Fire Truck at 3pm, and begin listening to the children's Christmas wishes!

At 5pm, we will "Light Up" the giant Christmas tree at the foot of Long Wharf.

Annual Holiday Tree Lighting on the Village Green

Saturday, December 7th, 2019 - 4:30 PM
Village Green, Main Road (Rt.25), Cutchogue, NY

Annual Holiday Tree Lighting on the Village Green, a Cutchogue Tradition!
Tree Lighting at 5PM, Visit Santa in The Old School House, enjoy cookies and hot cider in The Village garage, live Holiday music with a String quartet, all ages are welcome to this Holiday event!
Cost: Free of charge, and open to all!
Event Time: 4:30PM - 6:00PM
For More Info: 631-734-6626

"Stuff-A-Bus" Food Drive

Now thru January 5th, 2020 - 1:00 AM
Wading River FD & Various Drop-Off Locations

The Wading River Fire Department "Stuff-A-Bus" Food Drive is underway!
Non-perishable foods and canned goods that will be collected outside of the King Kullen supermarket, now, until New Year's.
Residents can also place donations into the school bus, parked at the fire house.
Additionally, residents can drop off food at either Defined Health and Fitness Gym, located next to the Ace Hardware store in the King Kullen shopping center, or at R and K Precision Autoworks, located at 3241 Sound Ave., before you get to Roanoke Ave. Both will have a collection box available.
Canned goods will be collected at the bus right up to January 5.

Coat Drive in East Hampton

Starts December 1st - Ongoing - 1:00 AM
East Hampton Library

Bring your gently used: Coats (all sizes), Hats, Gloves, and Scarves.
To benefit families in-need from the East Hampton area.

Marshall Tucker Band

Sunday December 8th - 7:30 PM
Suffolk Theater

Back to rock your Holiday Season, multi-Platinum Southern Rock pioneers The MARSHALL TUCKER BAND return to the East End with the sweet sounds of classic rock hits including "Heard It In a Love Song," "Fire On The Mountain," "Can't You See," and "Take The Highway" and more! The Marshall Tucker Band earned seven gold and three platinum albums while they were on the Capricorn Records label. During the 90's, the MTB scored four hit singles on Billboard's country chart and one on Billboard's gospel chart. CAN'T YOU SEE... WOAH... CAN'T YOU SEE...


Tickets $65, 69, 75, 79

Ticket options for this event are cabaret seating and row seating.

Doors, Bar & Restaurant open at 6:00pm. Show at 7:30pm.

Patrons in row seating can order drinks and small bites from the bar.

NOTE: There is a $10 Food & Beverage minimum per person at all tables.

Free Mammograms - Breast Cancer Screenings

Monday, December 9th, 2019 - 10:00 AM
Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital

Free Mammograms - Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital has received a grant from Pink Aid, Inc. to fund mammograms for underserved and underinsured women across Suffolk County.
Stony Brook University Cancer Center has rolled out a Mobile Mammography Van to bring mammography screenings to women, age 40 and up, throughout Long Island.
Pre-registration for all mammograms is required.
Event Time: 10:00AM - 2:00PM
For More Info: Call 631-477-5164 to request your application for a free mammogram.
Location: Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital, 201 Manor Place, Greenport, NY.

Hamptons Doc Fest

Thu, Dec. 5th - Mon, Dec. 9th - 12:00 PM
Bay Street Theater

Come to the 12th annual Hamptons Doc Fest, Dec. 5-9, at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, and new this year, Sat/Sun., Dec. 7-8, at Southampton Arts Center, featuring over 30 documentary films, most with Q&As with directors, an Audience Award, and a Saturday night Gala with new Pennebaker Career Achievement Award to Chris Hegedus and to Robert Kenner.


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, Bay Street Theater: 4 pm "Busy Inside," Q&A with director Olga Lvoff; 6 pm "One Child Nation"; 8 pm Opening Night film & wine reception, "Queen of Hearts: Audrey Flack," Art & Inspiration Award to directors Deborah Shaffer/Rachel Reichman, in Q&A with subject Audrey Flack.


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, Bay Street Theater: 12 pm "Seat 20D," Q&A with director Jill Campbell; 2 pm "Crafting an Echo," Q&A with director Marco Williams/editor Kris Liem; 4 pm "5B"; 6 pm "General Magic"; 8 pm Friday Night Spotlight & wine reception, "Citizen K," Q&A by Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan with director Alex Gibney.


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, Bay Street Theater: 12 pm "Mike Wallace Is Here"; 2 pm "Gay Chorus Deep South," winner of Sloane Shelton Human Rights Award, Q&A by Roger Sherman with director David Charles Rodrigues; 4 pm "Desert One," Q&A by Susan Margolin with director Barbara Kopple; 7 pm GALA, wine/buffet reception; 8 pm Pennebaker tribute, "Daybreak Express" and inaugural Pennebaker award to Chris Hegedus by award sponsor Lana Jokel; Pennebaker Career Achievement Award to director Robert Kenner & conversation with Don Lenzer; 9 p.m. screening of Kenner's "Food Inc."


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, Southampton Arts Center: 12 pm "At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal," Q&A with Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who presided over Larry Nassar trial; 2 pm "King Bibi"; 4 pm "The War Room."


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, Bay Street Theater: 12 pm "The Second Life of Jamie P.," Q&A with director Roger Sherman & film subject Jamie Peebles; 2 pm "Large Scale Projects: Claes Oldenburg/Coosje van Bruggen," Q&A by Christina Strassfield with director Lana Jokel; 4 pm "Very Ralph," Q&A by Barbara Kopple with director Susan Lacy; 6 pm "No Fear No Favor," winner of Filmmakers' Choice Award & Andrew Sabin Family Foundation Environmental Award, Q&A with director Mirra Bank; 8 pm Sunday Night Spotlight & wine reception, "Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn."


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, Southampton Arts Center: 12 pm "17 Blocks"; 2 pm "Hollywood's Second World War"; 4 pm "The Disappearance of My Mother"; 7 pm "The Dog Doc," Q&A with director Cindy Meehl.


MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, Bay Street Theater, Douglas Elliman Free Community Day: 12 pm "Rewind"; 2 pm "Driven to Abstraction," Q&A with director Daria Price; 4 pm "David Crosby: Remember My Name"; 6 pm Best Shorts Program, "Learning to Skateboard in a War Zone (If You're a Girl)" & "What Is Love?," Q&A with director Jane Martin; 8 pm Closing Night Film, "3 Days 2 Nights," Q&A with director John Breen.


TICKETS: At www.hamptonsdocfest.com, www.southamptonartscenter.org, www.baystreet.org and Bay Street Box Office, 631-725-9500. $15, $13 seniors (no online sales); Friday & Sunday Spotlights, $25; Saturday Gala $60; Full festival pass $200. Reserve for Elliman Free Community Day at hamptonsdocfest.comor 631-725-9500.

Thursday Night Bingo at Riverhead Moose Lodge

Every Thursday - 5:30 PM
Riverhead Moose Lodge, Riverhead

Specials & Progressive Games Played, Powerball, Refreshments Available.
For More Info: 631-727-6667
Event Time: Doors Open 5:30PM, Games Start at 7:00PM
Location: Riverhead Moose Lodge, 51 Madison Street, Riverhead, NY

Fall Film Fest - The Writing Life

Thursday, December 12th, 2019 - 7:00 PM
Floyd Memorial Library, Greenport

Fall Film Fest - The Writing Life, discussion and dessert to follow.
Dec. 12th - "Stranger Than Fiction", directed by Marc Forster, US, 2006.
For More Info: 631-477-0660
Location: Floyd Memorial Library, 539 First Street, Greenport, NY.

Holiday Concert in Sag Harbor

Saturday, December 14th, 2019 - 7:30 PM
Old Whalers Church, 44 Union Street, Sag Harbor

Get into the Holiday Spirit at the Annual Holiday Concert, presented by The Sag Harbor Community Band, together with the Long Island Sound Chorus of Sweet Adelines.
Admission is FREE, and there will be Refreshments after the Concert!
For More Info, please call 631-537-1468, or email sagharborcommunityband@yahoo.com

Holiday Show and Sale- The Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons

Saturday & Sundays till Dec 15th. - 8:00 AM
Bridgehampton Historical Society

A holiday sale and show by local ceramic artists. Shop the show on Black Friday and weekends until December 15. Beautiful gifts and one of a kind pieces ready for your holiday gift giving. www.hamptonsclayart.org

Santa Breakfast

Sunday, December 15th - 9:00 AM
Southold American Legion

The Southold American Legion at 51655 Main Road (RT.25) in Southold will host their first ever santa breakfast on Sunday, December 15th from 9am to noon. Adults $10, 12 and under $5 and children under 3 free. The legion members will also be accepting new unwrapped toys for the toys for tots program.

The Beach Plum Holiday Shop - Orient

Sat. & Sun., November 30th - December 15th, 2019 - 12:00 PM
OHS Old Point Schoolhouse, 1555 Village Lane

Oysterponds Historical Society's ever popular holiday shop will be held again this year for three weekends. Featuring new and vintage holiday decorations, OHS publications and merchandise, locally handmade dolls, jams, ad crafts, Oysterponds-related items, exclusive original art, and more. Benefitting the mission of the Oysterponds Historical Society.
Event Time: Open Noon to 4:00PM, Saturdays & Sundays
Location: OHS Old Point Schoolhouse, 1555 Village Lane, Orient, NY

Holly Jolly Rogers Mansion

Wednesday, Thursday, & Saturday - 11:00 AM
Rogers Mansion Southampton Village

Come explore the Rogers Mansion all dressed up for the Holiday season. The Gilded Age Mansion will be filled with holiday cheer, lights, antique decorations and fresh greens. Come and explore the exhibits in a whole new light.

Christmas Boutique at Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons

Thursday thru Sunday - 11:00 AM
Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons

Boutique hours are Thursdays - Saturdays, 11:00 - 3:00 and Sundays, 11:00 - 2:00. Pre-order pastry using the form below.

Our volunteers have made delicious, homemade, traditional Greek pastry just in time for the Holidays. The have filled the Atrium with an array of gifts, something for the whole family. You will find baklava, kourembiedes (powder sugar cookies), Koulorakia (Greek tea cookies) and many more Greek delicacies. There are gifts for everyone on your list; scarves, jewelry, Christmas decorations, and more. All proceeds support the philanthropic and educational programs of our Church, so you not only find great gifts and fill your holiday table with the best deserts, but you support a good cause as well. Stop by and peruse the tables, and go home with delicious pastries for your Christmas table, and gifts for all your loved ones. Pre-order pastry using the form below. Boutique hours are Thursdays - Saturdays, 11:00 - 3:00 and Sundays, 11:00 - 2:00

Solar Impressions & International Masters

Now thru December 29th - 12:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center

NOVEMBER 16 - DECEMBER 29, 2019 Presented with Inspiration Plus and Dan Welden FREE PUBLIC OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, 11/16 from 6-8 PM Gallery Hours: Thursday to Sunday, 12-6 PM Admission: $5 (Free for Friends of SAC & Children) November 16, 2019 will be the long anticipated opening of two simultaneous exhibitions focusing on the world of printmaking: The Solar Impressions Juried Exhibition, and International Masters/Collaborations in Printmaking. Presented by Southampton Arts Center and Inspiration Plus, this momentous event will feature giants in modern and contemporary art, along with talented artists from all over the world. Both exhibitions, the brainchildren of Sag Harbor artist and master printmaker Dan Welden, combine to create a milestone event that brings printmaking to the forefront of art. The SOLAR IMPRESSIONS juried exhibition, featuring works created by means of the scientific breakthrough of light sensitive plates, is sponsored by Inspiration Plus Foundation, a 501 c-3 non profit organization dedicated to creating art that celebrates and educates through science. Over one hundred impressions were selected from more than 700 entries from across the United States, Ireland, Israel, England, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Canada, Spain, and France. The esteemed jury consisted of Laura Einstein, manager of the Mezzanine Gallery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Alex Ferrone, owner/director of the Alex Ferrone Gallery in Cutchogue, NY; and Ron Pokrasso, Santa Fe artist and world printmaking traveler. The awards juror is the acclaimed international artist Eric Fischl, who will be presenting 40 individual awards worth over $28,000 to the numerous works. Noteworthy are the health, safety, and environmental factors involved in the use of light sensitive plates, constituting the scientific side of the show's theme: All images showcased were processed with sunlight (or UV light) and ordinary tap water to harden and etch the light sensitized steel backed polymer plates. No acids or hazardous chemicals needed to be used for this technique. INTERNATIONAL MASTERS/ COLLABORATIONS IN PRINT WITH DAN WELDEN Since 1971, Dan Welden has been collaborating with artists using stone lithography and etching. His studio, Hampton Editions, Ltd., has been the home and birthplace of thousands of many young and old artists exploring the potential of the printmaking world. The exhibition, having originated at the Cape Cod Museum in 2017, concentrates on international artists that have collaborated directly with Welden to produce high quality impressions. Each artist created specific works either directly on Bavarian limestone or with the Solarplate polymer printmaking technique. Works created were NOT REPRODUCED from pre-existing drawings or paintings and were all intended for the sole purpose of the fine art print. All impressions were hand inked and 'pulled' from presses on papers from England, France, Germany or Italy. This exhibition includes works by Willem de Kooning, Elaine de Kooning, Kiki Smith, Esteban Vicente, Dan Flavin, James Brooks, Eric Fischl, Robert Gwathmey, Paul Davis, Syd Solomon, Roy Nicholson, Jack Youngerman, Robert Dash, Louisa Chase, David Salle, Alfonso Ossorio, Ibram Lassaw, Lynda Benglis, Bill King, Jane Freilicher, Jimmy Ernst, Kurt Vonnegut, and Dan Welden.



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