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.
The 5th Annual Ride for Kids
264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton
Time: Friday, 5:30-7:30pm (cycle fin 6-7pm)
End the week by breaking a sweat with SoulCycle Senior Master Instructor Stacey Griffith. Hosted by real estate power broker Louise Phillips Forbes, all proceeds will benefit Change for Kids and more than 3,000 NYC public elementary school students in low-income communities.
“There was a Little Girl”
Book Signing by Brooke
Urban Zen, 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor
Time: Friday, 6-8pm
New York Times bestselling author Brooke Shields paints a poignant, heartwarming and brutally honest portrait of her mother, and reflects on how their fraught but loving relationship influences the way she experiences motherhood herself. An acclaimed actress and model, Brooke entered the spotlight at the age of 11 months and never left it, thanks in large part to her manager and mother, Teri Shields, who became a media magnet almost as well-known as her daughter. Brooke and Teri’s relationship was surrounded by controversy and criticism from Brooke’s early years as a child model and actress, through college and adulthood. When Teri passed away in 2012, the press reflected on her life by printing negative anecdotes and quotes taken out of context, and Brooke knew she had to set the record straight, in her own words.
Alzheimer’s Association Rita Hayworth Gala
Ashgrove Farm, Water Mill
Time: Friday, 6pm
Anne and Jay McInerney, Princess Yasmin Aga Khan and Daryl Simon will host the Hamptons event to kick off the 32nd anniversary of the Rita Hayworth Gala. Invite only.
Nightlife Lineup at Sole East
Sole East, Montauk
Time: Friday, 7pm; Saturday, 1pm; Sunday, 10am-2pm
Lynn Blue gets things started Friday at 7pm, and DJ Faze will be on the ones and twos Friday and Saturday. Young Empires takes the stage Saturday afternoon, and Ludmilla and Marcella will be the soundtrack for Sunday brunch.
Long Island Aquarium, Riverhead
Time: Friday, 8:30-10pm
Celebrate the weekend with a relaxing moonlight cruise down the Peconic River. Prepare for your voyage at Seaside Grill behind the Hyatt Place Long Island/East End, where you’ll receive 10 percent off your bill. Then board the Atlantis Explorer Tour Boat as the sun sets on the river. The Raphael wine and delicious fruit and cheese presentation is on the house.
Price: $35 (guests must be 21 and older)
The Hamptons Paddle and Party for Pink 2015
Haven’s Beach, Sag Harbor (Cocktail party at 269 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton)
Time: Saturday (Paddle begins at 8am, cocktail party at 6:30pm)
Get up early for a paddle, then rally for a sunset cocktail party to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Contact: Trisha Salerno, firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-497-2606
Southampton Hospital 57th Annual Summer Party
Wickapogue Road, Southampton
Don’t worry about the heat for this one. Southampton Hospital’s 57th Annual Summer Party, themed Fantasia and chaired by Jean Remmel FitzSimmons, will take place under air-conditioned tents. The evening will be emceed by NBC anchor Chuck Scarborough and benefit Southampton Hospital’s Jenny and John Paulson Emergency Department. Nearly 1,000 guests will eat an elegant dinner catered by Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs. Alex Donner Orchestra will provide the soundtrack to the evening.
631-726-8700 ext. 3
Bridgehampton Chamber Musical Festival Benefit
Atlantic Golf Club, 1040 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 6:30pm
Celebrate and enjoy music that dances. Support the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival in an evening of great wine, food and cheer. The night begins with a one-hour performance followed by cocktails and an elegant benefit.
Contact: Michelle Lawrence email@example.com or 212-741-9073
Diamond in the Rough Gala
Montauk Playhouse, Montauk
Time: Saturday, 7-11pm
A night of cocktails, dinner, auctions and dancing to the live music of the Nancy Atlas Project in honor of Montauk’s artists. Funds raised will go towards Montauk Playhouse’s efforts to develop a vibrant community center for recreation, human services and arts programing and events.
Helen Ficalora Summer Party
256 Elm Street, Southampton
Time: Sunday, 12pm
End the weekend in style with specialty cocktails, delicious hors d’oevres and live music on the patio of the Southampton Social Club.
Second Annual Summer Family Party
Parrish Art Museum
Time: Sunday, 3-6pm
Fun for kids of all ages. Get ready for artist-led projects with East End artists, stop motion animation with the Good School, hip hop dance by the A&G Dance Company, a photo scavenger hunt through the galleries and great food and beverages.