The nation paused to watch American Pharoah ride into history at Long Island’s Belmont Park Saturday evening. Before and after he took the Belmont to become horse racing’s first Triple Crown winner in 37 years, the East End enjoyed another weekend to remember.
Designers, models, United Nations advisors and Oscar winner Patricia Arquette were in Southampton for the Women’s Fund of Long Island’s Summer Kick-Off at Sebonack Golf Club Saturday night. The evening celebrated Long Island’s young women changemakers, and proceeds went to the GirlsFLI program
Southampton’s 375th birthday celebration continued with a festively traditional barn dance Friday night at the Parrish Art Museum. Everyone’s favorite caller, Chart Guthrie, graced the Parrish Stage for the first time in his career alongside East End Bluegrass favorites, Dunegrass.
SoFo held its first Climate Change Forum Saturday at the South Fork Natural History Museum, Bridgehampton. Channing Daughters Winery and Montauk Brewing Company provided pre-panel beverages. Then, a panel shared ways to reduce greenhouse emissions and slow climate change on the East End. A VIP dinner followed.
Oklahoma psychedelic alternative rock band The Flaming Lips hit the Surf Lodge stage in Montauk Sunday night. They packed a whole lot of balloons, including ones shaped like mushrooms, onto the small stage and gave fans a free show.
Here’s what others were up to out East. Be sure to check lipulse.com all summer long for definitive coverage of the Hamptons.