PHOTOS: Aug. 7-9 in the Hamptons

The Hamptons were made for weekends like this. Sunny skies, 80-degree temperatures and cool, timely breezes swept through the East End as Hamptonites continued to savor summer. Jason Derulo took the stage at VH1’s Save the Music Hamptons Live Saturday night, and Alec and Hilaria Baldwin mingled at Authors Night to benefit East Hampton Library. Alec, the Honorary Founding Co-Chair of Authors Night, was joined by more than 2,000 people who came out to meet with 100 authors across all genres in a festive cocktail party atmosphere. Honorary Co-Chair Edward Burns, who showed off his new TNT Original Series Public Morals Monday in the Hamptons, was also in attendance, signing copies of his book Independent Ed. The “Premier Literary Event of the Hamptons,” which celebrated its 11th anniversary this year, began with an Authors Book Signing Cocktail Reception at 5pm where guests enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres and wine and had the opportunity to meet their favorite authors, buy their books and have them personally inscribed. At 8pm, directly following the Authors Reception, more than 600 guests were hosted at 24 individual dinner parties at private area homes in honor of one (or more) of the guest authors.

Alec & Hilaria Baldwin with Edward Burns at Authors Night (credit: richard lewin photography)

Alec & Hilaria Baldwin with Ed Burns at Authors Night (credit: richard lewin photography)

Dr. Ruth Westheimer and East Hampton Library Director Dennis Fabiszak (credit: richard lewin photography)

Dr. Ruth Westheimer and East Hampton Library Director Dennis Fabiszak (credit: richard lewin photography)

Dick Cavett, an Honorary Co-Chair of Authors Night (credit: richard lewin photography)

Dick Cavett, an Honorary Co-Chair of Authors Night (credit: richard lewin photography)

Ed Burns, Honorary Co-Chair of Authors Night

Edward Burns, Honorary Co-Chair of Authors Night, signs copies of Independent Ed

Long Island Pulse Magazine hosted Docktails on a perfect Saturday afternoon at Montauk Yacht Club. Raphael poured dockside, and Celebrity Cruises provided a speciality cocktail for attendees, including top clients and VIP subscribers, to enjoy. Guests boarded Strong’s Marine luxury vessels for an exclusive first look and tour and went home with Ritz Carlton canvas bags full of goodies from Montauk Yacht Club, Strong’s Marine, GiGi NY, Store, Nevica Salon, Excel Aire, Raphael and Celebrity Cruises. View more photos on our Facebook page.

Guests were treated to good food, drink and goodies at Docktails (credit: Jenny Gorman)

Guests were treated to good food, drink and goodies at Docktails (credit: Jenny Gorman)

It was a beautiful day for a dockside drink at Montauk Yacht Club (credit: Jenny Gorman)

It was a beautiful day for a dockside drink at Montauk Yacht Club (credit: Jenny Gorman)

Attendees boarded Strong's Marine luxury vessels for an exclusive first look (credit: Jenny Gorman)

Attendees boarded Strong’s Marine luxury vessels for an exclusive first look (credit: Jenny Gorman)

Right On! The Lennon Years, Photographs by Susan Wood 1968 – 1978 opened with a reception at the historic barn at Mulford Farm Saturday. Guests had an opportunity to meet with photographer Susan Wood and be among the first to view the new exhibition, presented by the East Hampton Historical Society. Among the attendees were Anne Chaisson (Director of the Hamptons International Film Festival), actress Celia Weston, authors Shiela Kohler, Jeffrey Banks & Doria DeLachapelle, Jeannie & David Stiles; artist Paul Davis, Nina Gillman, Roseanne & Richard Barons (Director of the East Hampton Historical Society), Mary Busch, Elana Prohaska Glinn, and PR mavens Susan Silver & Judy Twersky.

Lynn Stefanelli, curator Deidre Brennan, Susan Wood, Richard Barons (Director of the East Hampton Historical Society) and Roseanne Barons (credit: michael heller)

Lynn Stefanelli, curator Deidre Brennan, Susan Wood, Richard Barons (Director of the East Hampton Historical Society) and Roseanne Barons (credit: michael heller)

(Susan with family): Leah Haggerty, Chip Haggerty, Susan Wood, Chad Haggerty, Emma Putre and Amy Weller (credit: michael heller)

(Susan with family): Leah Haggerty, Chip Haggerty, Susan Wood, Chad Haggerty, Emma Putre and Amy Weller (credit: michael heller)

Actress Celia Weston and Vickie Umans (credit: michael heller)

Actress Celia Weston and Vickie Umans (credit: michael heller)

Anne Chaisson (Director of Hamptons Int’l Film Festival) Susan Wood and Jeff Gillis (credit: michael heller)

Anne Chaisson (Director of Hamptons Int’l Film Festival) Susan Wood and Jeff Gillis (credit: michael heller)

The competition was friendly but fierce at the Ram’s Head First Annual Summer Games. People played bocce, croquet, horseshoe and cornhole while listening to live music by Erich Collins Carey Constituency Band drinking and Wölffer cider and wines. The proceeds went to S.I. Emergency Medical Service/Ambulance Corp. Foundation.

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The competition was fierce but friendly at the Ram’s Head First Annual Summer Games

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Ram’s Head Inn hosted guests for a day of lawn games, food, drink and music

CEO and Creative Director of Alice + Olivia Stacey Bendet hosted an evening of champagne and shopping in honor of Sunday’s 10th Annual Strides for Life race to benefit the Lung Cancer Research Foundation. Bendet, who posed on the red carpet, gave shoppers a 10 percent discount on all items in the store with a portion of the proceeds going to Lung Cancer Research Foundation.

Stacey Bendet served on the Strides for Life Committee (credit: matteo prandoni/BFA.com)

Stacey Bendet served on the Strides for Life Committee (credit: matteo prandoni/BFA.com)

Even dogs enjoyed the evening of champagne and shopping (credit: matteo prandoni/BFA.com)

Even dogs enjoyed the evening of champagne and shopping (credit: matteo prandoni/BFA.com)

On Sunday, more than 1,000 runners competed in the three-mile race. The signature event of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation raised more than $400,000 for the cause. Luis Ramirez, 24, was the top male finisher over 12 years old (15:24), and Barbara Gubbins, 55, was first among women over 12 years old in 19:02. Thomas Arnold, 11, clocked in at 21:06, and Danielle Paulson, 12, at 27:54 to win the 12 and under boys and girls groups, respectively. Southampton Major Mark Epley was the honorary chairperson.

Strides for Life raised more than $400,000 for the Lung Cancer Research Foundation (credit: ben asen photography)

Strides for Life raised more than $400,000 for the Lung Cancer Research Foundation (credit: ben asen photography)

LCRF Executive Director Nancy Sanford with Barbara Gubbins, who was first among women over 12 years old (credit: ben asen photography)

LCRF Executive Director Nancy Sanford with Barbara Gubbins, who was first among women over 12 years old (credit: ben asen photography)

Here are our favorite Instagram photos from the weekend in the Hamptons. Headed out East? Use the hashtag #LIPulseWeekends and you could be in our social media recap. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter,Instagram and Pinterest.

beth ann clyde

beth ann clyde

Beth Ann Clyde is a social strategist of Long Island Pulse. Have a story idea or just want to say hello? Email bethann@lipulse.com or reach out on Twitter @BAClyde.