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.
Celebration of Our Bays
The Estate of Joan and George Hornig
675 Flying Point Road, Water Mill
Time: Friday, 6-8pm
Enjoy cocktails and ample hors d’oeuvres by Tim Burke Productions, Blue Point draft beer and Wolffer Estate Vineyard’s wine. Annie Falk’s book Hamptons Entertaining will be featured, Dennis O’Connor will provide the music for the evening and there will, of course, be a silent auction.
The 2015 East Hampton Antiques Show Preview Cocktail Party
Time: Friday, 6-8:30pm (Antiques show is Saturday and Sunday)
One of the highlights of the East Hampton arts and social calendar and the premier antique’s event on eastern Long Island is back for a ninth year and will kick off with a cocktail party. Come for the first chance at buying an impressive collection of antiques, art, jewelry and collectibles. Interior designer and writer David Netto will serve as the party’s honorary chairperson, and tickets will benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.
Tickets: $150 per person for cocktail party, junior tickets are $100. Admission to the show costs $10.
Contact: East Hampton Historical Society, 631-324-6850 or email@example.com
“Yoga for Life”
Book Signing by Colleen Saidman
Urban Zen, 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor
Time: Friday, 6-8pm
Highly sought-after, superstar yoga teacher Colleen Saidman Yee is called the “first lady of yoga” by the New York Times. Her classes are over-subscribed and mat-to-mat filled. Now, she shares her popular yoga method for the first time in a book, along with the remarkable story of how she overcame early rebellious years and a heroin habit to become an internationally sought fashion model, and then a globally respected teacher and activist.
156 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton
Time: Friday, 8-11pm
Hosted by Restaurant Impossible star Robert Irgine and Food Network’s Chopped Judge Marc Murphy, GrillHampton pits eight East End chefs against eight Manhattan chefs in a sizzling cooking competition and tasting event. You can enjoy the best grilled fare around with beer and specialty cocktails. Then, you get to play judge and cast your vote for your favorite food of the night.
To CMEE And Beyond
Children’s Museum of the East End, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 10:30am-1pm
Such a fun day for families. The 7th Annual Family Fair Fundraiser “To CMEE and Beyond!” will include out-of-this-world arts and crafts, water rides, performances, music, food and more.
Price: $150 in advance and $200 at the door for adults, $100 in advance and $150 in at the door for children
Hamptons Tea Dance – Empire State Pride Agenda
60 Millstone Road, Water Mill
Time: Saturday, 4pm
It’s the largest LGBT event in the Hamptons. Come out for an afternoon of dancing, cocktails and fun. DJ Lady Bunny will be on the ones and twos to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pride Agenda. Bring the little ones because there’s a children’s play area.
NRDC’s Annual Oceans Benefit
Moby’s, 341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 5-8pm
This will be music to your ears: attire is beach casual for NRDC’s Oceans Benefit. Speaking of music, Revel In Dimes will perform live. All proceeds benefit NRDC’s ongoing efforts to end overfishing, create marine protected areas, improve oceans governance and combat emerging threats like ocean acidification.
Price: $250+ for adults, $25 each for children
Russell Simmons’ 20th Anniversary Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation’s 2015 Art for Life
Fairview Farms, 19 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 6pm
Celebrate the Rush Philanthropic Art Foundation’s 20th anniversary with an all appropriate roaring 20s theme party. Soledad O’Brien will be the host for the evening, and Dave Chappelle, Michaela and Simon de Pury and Ava DuVernay will be honored. This year’s featured artist is Wangechi Mutu.
Price: 1,500+ for tickets, $15,000+ for tables
LongHouse Reserve’s 2015 Summer Benefit
LongHouse Reserve, 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 6pm
LongHouse Reserve will raise a glass to the foundation’s 24th season with its annual On Gossamer Wings benefit. Internationally acclaimed artist and sculptor Kiki Smith is set to be honored with the LongHouse Award. John Houshmand and his artband Soundwall will entertain guests. DJ Donna d’Cruz will invite attendees to join her Silent Dessert and Dance party. There will be a silent auction, and LongHouse Reserve heard you: bidding will be open later this year.
Contact: 631-329-3568 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St Barth Hamptons
2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 6-10pm
Katie Lee will host the fourth annual St. Barth Hamptons Gala. The gala, sponsored by St. Barth Tourism, Ferrari, St. Barth Properties, Carlyle Off The Green and Nest Seekers, will feature tasty hors d’oeuvres, caviar tasting, open bar, an exclusive champagne lounge and a Starbucks coffee bar. Dance the night away as a DJ spins the summer’s biggest hits.
Price: $100 for general admission (open bar and Starbucks coffee bar), $150 for VIP (open bar, caviar tasting, passed hors d’oevres, champagne bar, lounge seating and gift bag)
6th Annual Unconditional Love Dinner-Dance to Benefit the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation
340 Gin Lane, Southampton
Time: Saturday, 6:30pm
NBC news anchor Chuck Scarborough will serve as the master of ceremonies at a feel-good Gatsby-themed gala. Enjoy cocktails, dinner and dancing while you help the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation continue to help adorable and lovable homeless animals.
Price: Tickets start at $500 for general admission, $135 for those 35 and under
Dan’s Taste of Two Forks
Sayre Park, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 7:30pm (VIP admission at 6:30pm)
If you aren’t in a food coma after GrillHampton, head over to Taste of Two Forks. Hosted by Katie Lee, co-host of Food Network’s The Kitchen, and Michael Symon, star of ABC’s The Chew, this is a can’t-miss event for foodies everywhere. Taste the best of the best from top chefs, great winemakers and more than 40 of the finest restaurants from the North and South Forks.
Price: VIP is sold out, $170 for general admission
2015 Stony Brook Southampton Writers Conference
239 Montauk Highway, Southampton
Time: Saturday, 7:30pm (doors open at 6:45pm)
Enjoy a selection of readings with Billy Collins, Jill Eikenberry, Michael Tucker and Harris Yulin at Avram Theater.
Ramy Brook Pop-Up Shop at Navy Beach
Time: Sunday, 1pm
New York womenswear designer Ramy Brook will be hosting a pop-up shop at Navy Beach in Montauk. Guests will be able to purchase various beach-to-dinner apparel and accessories, with a portion of the proceeds supporting the Navy SEAL Foundation.