This Weekend in the Hamptons

All summer long, 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.

Cam Champman, Race Rock Lighthouse

Cam Champman, Race Rock Lighthouse

Montauk Show on the Green
The Green in Montauk
Time: Friday, 12-6pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6pm
Now in its 21st year, the Montauk Show on the Green weaves a tapestry of spectacular art from original creations in painting, sculpting, jewelry, photography, glass, ceramics, fiber and wearable art, mixed-media and woodworking. Many of the artisans are represented in the nation’s most prestigious private art collections and public institutions and all will be available throughout the show.
Price: Free

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Photo from Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival – A Night That Will Move You (image: society in focus)

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival WM. Brian Little Concert – Roger Waters in “A Soldier’s Tale.”
1927 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton
Time: Friday, 6:30pm
Combine Stravinsky’s witty and acerbic brilliance, Roger Waters’s linguistic mastery, a story as old as good and evil, and what have you got? An evening not to be missed. Arguably the 20th century’s greatest composer, Stravinsky wrote “The Soldier’s Tale” as the catastrophe of WWI was coming to a close, while Roger Waters’s updated text speaks to today’s audiences. Scrumptious food and wine from the Channing Daughter’s Winery provide the perfect complement for a concert under the stars. This concert is dedicated to the memory of Walter Channing.
Price: $100 General Admission, $150 Reserved

Hampton Games
298 Narrow Lane, Southampton Village and surrounding areas
Time: Saturday, 8am-6pm
Break a sweat in this second annual CrossFit Competition to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Contact: Salome Devidze, or 561-401-1171

East Hampton Artists & Writers Celebrity Softball Game
Time: Saturday, noon (Pre-Game Party Friday, 6-8:30pm at LTV Studio in Wainscott)
Watch the stars step up to the plate for some great causes at the annual East Hampton Artists & Writers Celebrity Softball Game. This year’s game will support East End Hospice, Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, Phoenix House Academy in Wainscott and The Retreat. If you want an Instagram photo with a celeb, show up for batting practice and watch the likes add up.

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Celebrity podiatrist Dr. Emily Splichal will be in East Hampton this weekend

Summer of BARE® with Elements Fitness Studio
Elements Fitness Studio, 66 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 1-3pm and 3:30-5:30pm
Join celebrity podiatrist Dr. Emily Splichal and fitness Andrea Fornarola-Hunsberger for a fusion of barre and BARE® exercises combined with beauty & wellness essentials, perfect for every woman. Reawaken your core, learn the secrets to movement longevity and enhance your well being through this fun fitness experience. Afterwards, cool down with refreshments and snacks, a complimentary bubbly, gift bags and one-on-one consultations with the hosts.
Price: Free

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Rural Route by Carol Gold

Authors & Artists Benefit
Prosper King House, 116 West Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays
Time: Saturday, 10am-6pm
A unique opportunity to purchase books of art, many of which are of local interest. Meet the authors and artists Saturday from 2-4pm.
Contact: Kathy Odell-Hamilton, or 631-728-0887

The Homegrown Family Health Fair 2015
Christ Church Lawn, 5 Hampton St., Sag Harbor
Time: Saturday, 10am-3pm
A fun-filled day for families to relax and participate in family-focused activities. Live music, raffles, face painting, food, games and much more.
Price: $20
Contact: Michele H. Liot. or 631-335-5423

Green Afternoon III
Home of Architects Marcia Previti and Peter Gumpel, 230 Old Stone Hwy, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 5pm
Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre will host a performance and cocktail reception. Enjoy drinks, hors d’oevres and several outdoor sitting rooms featuring performance installations with performers dancing in tree houses. A more formal performance will begin at 5:50pm, and Amanda Selwyn will present an excerpt from her newest work, Renewal, an evening-length piece that explores the state of being made fresh and strong again.
Price: $85+
Contact: Michelle Tabnick Communications. or 646-765-4773
Purchase tickets 

Anna Walinska: Abstractions from the 50s and 60s
Lawrence Fine Art, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 5-8pm
An intimate event to celebrate Anna Walinska: Abstractions from the 50s and 60s at Lawrence Fine Art in East Hampton. Anna Walinska, born in 1906, was a female artist way ahead of her time. Her work spans American modernism, and parallels the New York and Jewish American experience. Her abstracts will appear as part of the gallery’s larger abstract installation through Labor Day.

Art and Fashion to Benefit Our Veterans
62 Newtown Lane, Schenck Fuels, Back Lot, East Hampton
Time: Saturday, 6pm
Join world renowned celebrity artist William Quigley, pioneer hybrid artist Ben Moon, veterans including former U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Josh Krueger, award-winning actress Julianne Michelle, Vanity Fair‘s Bob Colacello, Sports Illustrated swimsuit designer Gabriela Pires and singer Donovan Frankenreiter for a runway show and art exhibition to raise awareness for wounded veterans. All artwork and clothing will be for sale with a generous portion going to the American Patriot Support Foundation and Soldier Ride, a Wounded Warrior Project. One-of-a-kind pieces and never before seen work by multiple artists including William Quigley, Ben Moon, and Gabriela Pires will be available for purchase. William Quigley, who has sold his prized art to former President Bill Clinton, Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan, Woody Allen, Kevin Spacey and Donald Trump, will debut his 2001 portrait of President George Bush and his exquisite portrait of “American Sniper” solider Chris Kyle.
Contact: Amanda Carlton, or 212-861-1945

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Brooke Shields will emcee ARF’s celebratory benefit

ARF’s Bow Wow Meow Ball
ARF Adoption Center, 91 Daniels Hole Road, Wainscott
Time: Saturday, 6:30-11pm
A summer party emceed by Brooke Shields to celebrate ARF’s life-saving work with our lovable four-legged family members. Get ready for cocktails, dinner catered by Glorious Food, dancing to the Peter Duchin Orchestra and a silent and live auction. Peter Marino will be honored for his unwavering commitment to animal welfare and ARF.
Price: $500
Contact: 631-537-0400 x. 219 or

CMEE’s Summer Soiree
Children’s Museum of the East End, Bridgehampton
Time: Saturday, 6:30-8:30pm
Honor the legacy of Adeline Neubert at the museum’s summer soiree.
Price: $100+
Contact: Paul Johnson, or 631-537-8250

Montauk Celebrates Our Soldiers
Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa, 290 Old Montauk Highway
Time: Sunday, 5pm
A fundraising beach concert with Nancy Atlas. Contributions will go towards the Wounded Warrior Project.
Contact: Kelly, or 631-668-2345

beth ann clyde

beth ann clyde

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