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.
CAP Beauty Pop Up at Montauk Juice Factory
Montauk Juice Factory, 12 South Etna Ave., Montauk
Time: Friday through Sunday, 10am-5pm
Re-stock your beach bag with CAP’s favorite pre- and post-beach day brands and products.
Anndra Neen Trunk Show at Copious Row
27 Washington St., Sag Harbor
Time: Friday and Saturday, 11am-6pm
Copious Row will be the first spot on Long Island to stock jewelry and accessories brand Aandra Neen and is hosting a trunk show to celebrate. Each Anndra Neen piece is unique and sustainably hand crafted of Alpaca Silver, a mixed metal also known as nickel silver, and brass by a talented team of artisans in their Mexico City workshop. Designers Phoebe and Annette Stephens will be in attendance during the trunk show.
Shop at Sunset
East Hampton Retailers, Newtown Lane and Main Street, East Hampton
Time: Friday, 3-6pm
Start your weekend with a stylish steal. Inspired by Vogue’s Fashion’s Night Out, Shop at Sunset will feature refreshments for shoppers, special offers, designer trash shows and giveaways. A portion of the proceeds will go to The Retreat, an organization that seeks to prevent dating violence.
Contact: Maggie Goldfarb, firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-329-4398
Opening Reception – East End Artists, Then & Now
Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum, 200 Main St.
Time: Friday, 6-8pm
Toast to the opening of East End Artists, Then & Now, a celebration of artists in the Hamptons over the last 60 years.
Contact: Greg or Michael, email@example.com or 631-725-0770
The Sunflower Party Benefiting New York Center for Children (NYCC)
298 Narrow Lane, Southampton
Time: Friday, 7pm
A bash at Henry Buhl’s Southampton home to benefit NYCC, a non-profit organization that provides free evaluations, therapy, tutoring, mentoring and extracurricular programs for child abuse victims. Kate Spade, Kevin J. Ryan, Steven Alden, Christine Boeke Michele Herbert, Jamie L. Lewis, Heidi Mitchell, Christine Rales, Linda Schoenthaler, Dr. Annie Sparrow, Sophie Ann Terrisse, Lauren Vernon and Georgette Mosbacher have teamed up to share hosting duties for the evening. Invite only.
Outdoor Film: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Southampton Arts Center
Time: Friday, 8:30pm
Seeing an outdoor movie needs to be on your end-of-summer bucket list. Put it on, then cross it off Friday night when you watch John Hughes’ classic 1986 flick Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Grab a blanket and pack a picnic.
Contact: Jenny Gardner, firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-283-0968
Bandier at the Beach
Gurney’s Resort & Spa, Montauk
Time: Barry’s Bootcamp – Saturday, 10am and 11am; Core Fusion Barre – Sunday, 10am and 11am; Brunch, Saturday and Sunday at noon
Join BANDIER and Wellthily for a weekend at Gurney’s Montauk Resort full of free fitness classes, amazing giveaways, delicious food and drink, live music and (fingers crossed) plenty of sun.
Price: Fitness classes are free, brunch is $40 on both days
Lilly Pulitzer East Hampton Anniversary Party
55 Newtown Lane, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 10am
Grab some timeless summer outfits before the season ends when Lilly Pulitzer celebrates its anniversary Saturday. Special gifts with purchase include: First 50 shoppers receive a mystery gift with any purchase, spend $250 and receive a travel jewelry pouch, spend $500 and receive a luggage tag, passport case and gifts above, spend $750 and receive a laptop case, earbuds and gifts above.
Families for Families Carnival Day
Ross School, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 12-4pm
Come out for a day of family fun to benefit Habitat for Humanity, Suffolk Location. Lunch is free.
Price: $300 for family of two adults and two children, $125 for adults, $50 for children 3-16
Contact: Linda Shapiro, email@example.com or 631-725-2023
Yoga Shanti Workshop
23 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor
Time: Saturday, 2pm
Take time to relax and unwind this weekend. You deserve it. In this special workshop with Kelly Morris, you will learn how to approach yourself and your world with the balanced wisdom of a true yogini, one who has access to wisdom of both the mind and body in equal measure. Open to all levels.
Ram’s Head First Annual Summer Games
108 Ram Island Drive
Time: Saturday, 3pm
Bring your A game. Compete in bocce, croquet, horseshoe and cornhole while you enjoy the live music of Erich Collins Carey Constituency Band and Wolffer cider and wines. The proceeds will go to S.I. Emergency Medical Service/Ambulance Corp. Foundation.
East Hampton Library’s Authors Night
4 Maidstone Lane, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 5pm
Meet and mingle with 100 authors including Daniel Simone, who wrote Lufthansa Heist, at East Hampton Library’s Authors Night to benefit East Hampton Library. Buy the books and have the authors sign them during cocktail hour before jetting off to private dinner parties featuring guest authors at area homes. Alec Baldwin and Barbara Smith, the evening’s Founding Honorary Co-Chairs, will be joined by 2015 Honorary Co-Chairs Ed Burns, Robert A. Caro, Dick Cavett, Tom Clavin, Nelson DeMille, Christina Baker Kline and Lynn Sherr.
Price: $100 for book signing and cocktail reception, dinner party tickets start at $300 and include signing and reception.
Contact: 631-324-0222 ext. 7
Right On! The Lennon Years, Photographs by Susan Wood
Mulford Farms Museum, 10 James Lane, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 4-7pm
Clink glasses to celebrate the opening of Right On! The Lennon Years, Photographs by Susan Wood, a visual narrative that showcases the mood of an era in American History. Exhibit runs through Oct. 18th.
Stacey Bendet and the Strides for Life Committee Host Champagne & Shopping
Alice and Olivia, Southampton
Time: Saturday, 6-7:30pm
In honor of the 10th annual Strides for Life Run/Walk to benefit the Lung Cancer Research Foundation, Stacey Bendet and the Strides for Life Committee will host a special evening of champagne and shopping. Guests will receive a 10 percent discount, and 10 precent of the proceeds from this event will go to the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 212-588-1580 x 114
VH1 Save The Music Hamptons Live
Time: Saturday, 8-11pm
VH1 Save the Music will bring tons of music and a little cool to the Hamptons with an A-list crowd of Foundation supporters and tastemakers. Grab a drink, relax and be inspired as the foundation uses music as a platform to raise vital funds in the name of music education.
10th Annual Strides for Life
2 Pond Lane, Southampton
Time: Sunday, 7:30am
Rise and grind for a great cause Sunday. The Lung Cancer Research Association will hold its 10th Annual Strides for Life, a three-mile walk/run around scenic Lake Agawarm in Southampton. Registration begins at 7:30am at the Southampton Cultural Center with the walk/run starting at 8:45am. There will be an awards ceremony and children’s 50-yard dash after. This one is rain or shine, so no excuses.
Price: $45 for adults, $25 for children ages 3-12, children 2 and under are free