This Weekend in the Hamptons

All summer long, lipulse.com will tell you exactly what to see and where to be seen in the Hamptons. Check back on Monday, when we’ll recap it all for you. Headed out East? Use the hashtag #LIPulseWeekends and we might feature you in the social media portion of our recap.

image: copyright herb friedman, french riveria

image: copyright herb friedman, french riveria

Art Southampton
60 Millstone Road, Bridgehampton
Time: Preview: Thursday, 7:30-10pm (Access for Art Southampton VIP Cardholders), Open to public: Friday and Saturday, 12-7pm, Sunday and Monday, 12-6pm
Back for a fourth year, Art Southampton will include the top pieces from more than 80 galleries. Peruse works of the highest quality by 20th- and 21st-century masters as well as noteworthy emerging artists
Price: $40 for a multi-day pass, $25 for a one-day pass, $15 for students (12-18) and seniors (62+), $15 per person for groups of 10 or more (online purchase only) and children under 12 are free with an adult
Contact: info@nullart-southampton.com or 1-800-376-5850
art-southampton.com

Market Art + Design
19 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton
Time: Preview: Thursday, 5-10pm, Open to public: Friday and Saturday, 11am-7pm, Sunday, 12pm-6pm
A big event that’s stayed intentionally small, Market Art + Design is back for a fifth year. Browse fine and contemporary art from over 40 galleries, many of them from Manhattan and Long Island.
Price: $20+
Contact: artmarkethamptons.com

Cocktail Reception
2491 Main St., Bridgehampton
Time: Friday, 5-8pm
An intimate cocktail reception to view the work of photographer Andrew Gershon with selects from his Beach From Above photography series.
Contact: 631-604-1850
andygershonphotography.com


“FASHION LIVES: Fashion Icons”
Book Signing by Fern Mallis
Urban Zen, 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor
Time: Friday, 6-8pm
Featuring nineteen inspiring, no-holds-barred interviews with American fashion icons including Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Betsey Johnson, Polly Mellen, Bruce Weber and Oscar de la Renta, this engaging book introduces readers to the real men and women behind the legendary public personas, providing a fascinating perspective on their work and lives.

image: joe alves storyboards from jaws

image: joe alves storyboards from jaws

JAWS: 40th Anniversary Screening with Richard Ellis
Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum
200 Main St., Sag Harbor
Time: Friday, 6-10pm
Shark Day in Sag Harbor. Drink some adult beverages while you nibble on light bites and take in an outdoor screening of Jaws. It’s all for the opening reception of SHARK! The Misunderstood Fish featuring the work of famed artist and marine biologist Richard Ellis. Learn a thing or 12 about Jaws before you go and while you’re at it, watch some of your favorite scenes.
Price: Suggestion donation of $20
Contact: Greg Therriault, 631-725-0770 or info@nullsagharborwhalingmuseum.org
sharkopeningreception.splashthat.com

photo: a home that will be shown on the sag harbor house tour

photo: a home that will be shown on the sag harbor house tour

Sag Harbor House Tour
34 West Water Street, Sag Harbor
Time: Friday, 11am-4pm
Quite simply, this house tour delivers. It features five beautiful homes ranging from historic village treasures to newly constructed showcases. Proceeds go towards paying for programs at Sag Harbor’s public library.
Price: $45 in advance, $50 at door
Contact: Chris Tice, 516-996-4174 or cmtice@nullyahoo.com

image: the surf lodge

image: the surf lodge

Surfside Salutations
The Surf Lodge, Montauk
Time: Saturday, 9am-2:30pm
It’s all about sun and surf salutations with star yoga instructor Heather Lilleston. Say ohm with her, eat brunch cooked by Surf Lodge chef Chris Rendell and get out on the water for stand up paddleboarding.
Price: $20+

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image: kristin gray

Gimme Shelter Annual Rescue
Home of Ellen and Chuck Scarborough
520 First Neck Lane, Southampton
Time: Saturday, 5-8pm
Emmy-award winning NBC anchor and correspondent Chuck Scarborough and wife, Ellen, are welcoming animal lovers into their home. The event raises money for Gimme Shelter Animal Rescue’s efforts to save dogs from kill shelters across the country, spay and neuter the dogs, pay for medical care and find them loving forever families. Attendees can browse doggie-themed booths and bid in a live and silent auction. They will sip cocktails, including some special ones mixed by Tito’s Vodka, and enjoy hors d’oevres catered by Between the Bread.
Price: $200 in advance and $225 at the door
Contact: Gimme Shelter Animal Rescue, 631-903-9215 or info@nullgimmeshelteranimalrescue.org
gimmeshelteranimalrescue.org

image: lenny stucker

image: lenny stucker

Bay Street’s 24th Annual Summer Gala
Bay Street Theater, Sag Harbor
Time: Saturday, 5:30pm
In its 24th year, the Bay Street Annual Summer Gala will add a concert reading of the first act of The Price of Egypt. Joy Behar will be there as the honorary chair, as will celebrity auctioneer Richard Kind. The event begins with a VIP cocktail reception at 5:30pm and includes an awards presentation and dinner.
Price: $425+
Contact: Kim Fink, 631-725-0818 or kim@nullbaystreet.org
baystreet.org/tickets 

St. Jude’s Hope in the Hamptons
1143 Deerfield Road, Water Mill
Time: Saturday, 5:30pm
Break out your chicest country attire for an evening of fresh fair, live and silent auctions, entertainment and more for the inaugural St. Jude’s Hope in the Hamptons benefit.
Price: $250
Contact: stjude.org/hopeinthehamptons

SoFo’s 26th Annual Summer Gala
South Fork Natural History Museum, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 6-9:30pm
The Hamptons will come together for a night of dancing, good food and cocktails in  honor of  conservationist Willi Salm, acclaimed artist April Gornik and actor, director, producer and musician Adrian Grenier. Proceeds will benefit SoFo’s educational and environmental programs and initiatives.
Price: $250 for 30 and under, $375 general, $1,250 VIP, $10,000 VIP tables
Contact: Diana Aceti, 631-903-7217 or sofodevdir@nulloptonline.net, http://sofo.org/special_events.html

image: joe schildhorn/bfanyc.com

image: joe schildhorn/bfanyc.com

Midsummer Party and Party After Ten
Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill
Time: Saturday, 6:30pm
Celebrate the art and the artists of the East End at one of the most highly anticipated parties of the season. Enjoy fine dining on the Mildred C. Brinn Terrace, followed by a night of dancing in the Lichtenstein Theater. Stick around for the afterparty at 10pm for more dancing, more drinks and even dessert.
Price: Dinner tickets start at $1,500, Drinks and Dessert (Party After Ten) tickets are $200 per ticket for non-Parrish Contemporaries Circle Members and $100 for members (limit of two)
Contact: Susan Galardi, 631-283-2118 or galardis@nullparrishart.org
parrishart.org/

11th Annual Hamptons Happening
Private Residence in Briddgehampton, N.Y.
Time: Saturday, 6:30-9:30pm
Make this multi-chef event to benefit the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation your cheat day. Registration required.
Contact: Linda Shaprio, 631-725-2023 or lbspro@nulloptonline.net

image: catherine moon

image: catherine moon

Hamptons Kirtan Presents Mystical Garden
St. John Episcopal Church
100 South Main Street, Southampton, N.Y.
Time: Saturday, 7:30pm
Known throughout the northeast for her versatile and powerfully expressive voice, singer/songwriter Catherine Moon will share her love of spirit through music in Southampton Saturday. She has devoted herself as a Bhakti, singing sacred chants in Sanskrit.
Price: $25
Contact: Romi Sloan or Kym Smith, 631-287-6538 or romi@nullhamptonskirtan.com
hamptonskirtan.com

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