All summer long, lipulse.com will tell you exactly what to see and where to be seen in the Hamptons. You already know all about Hampton Classic, but there are plenty of other events to hit up while you’re out East winding down your summer. Check back on Monday, when we’ll recap it all for you, and throughout the week for coverage of Hampton Classic. Headed out East? Use the hashtag #LIPulseWeekends and we might feature you in the social media portion of our recap.
Butterflies, Bees, Birds & Blooms
Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main St., Southampton
Time: Friday, 5-7pm
A festive cocktail party to celebrate Southampton’s 375th anniversary in the new outdoor teaching garden at Southampton’s oldest home, the Thomas Halsey Homestead. All proceeds benefit the Southampton Garden Club’s civic projects in the Village of Southampton.
Contact: Fairley Pilaro, email@example.com or 631-885-1889
Feathers and Fur
Red Creek Park, Hampton Bays
Time: Saturday, 9:30am-5pm
An arts, crafts and gift fair hosted by the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center and the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation.
Contact: Shelley Berkoski, firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-728-4200
Channing Daughters Vineyard
Time: Saturday, 4-6pm
Get into zen mode at the Once Ocean Yoga tent on the Channing Daughters Vineyard with a series of yoga classes followed by refreshments and a trunk show featuring a selection of Juja brands. Ticket sales will benefit organizations that work tirelessly for the empowerment and well-being of young women and girls, including the Retreat, The Urban Zen Foundation, Sanctuary for Families and the Lower East Side Girls Club.
Contact: Maggie Goldfarb, email@example.com or 631-329-4398
Sunset Cocktail Party
100 Crescent Ave., Water Mill
Time: Saturday, 5-8pm
A night to benefit Autism Speaks presented by 456 Development Group at a new, exquisitely built Water Mill home. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Contact: Kristen Green, 516-983-5511 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Southampton Elks, 605 County Road 39, Southampton
Time: Saturday, 6-10pm
Get your fortune told by renowned psychic and medium Jim Fargiano. Proceeds will benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Long Island chapter.
Contact: Maggie Marcincuk, email@example.com or 631-283-6854
Dan’s Harvest East End
McCall Vineyards and Ranch, Cutchogue
Time: Saturday, 6:30-10pm for VIPs (General admission begins at 7:30pm)
Pop a cork and raise a glass because Dan’s Harvest East End is back for a sixth year. More than 40 wineries and 35 restaurants and purveyors will come out to serve around 1,500 guests. Celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian, an Iron Chef, Chopped judge and co-host of The Kitchen, will serve as the first-ever host of the event.
Street Art Exhibit for Keep A Breast/Non Toxic Revolution (NTR)
The Montauk Beach House
Time: Saturday, 7-9pm
The NTR is part of The Keep A Breast Foundation’s mission to inform, educate and inspire young people to revolt against toxic chemicals in their environment and food supply as a deterrent to breast cancer and other related diseases. Join hosts Mikey and Louise DeTemple, Danny Dimauro, Leif Engstrom, Kumi Sawyers Dr. Lila Wolfeand Shaney jo Darden for an exhibition of original art created by internationally acclaimed street artists, including Shepard Fairey, with speciality cocktails and non-toxic refreshments being provided by Montauk Juice Factory, Kleen Kanteen, Simply Straws and Luca Jackson.
A Night Under the Stars
Brigehampton Historical Museum
Time: Saturday, 7-11pm
Jason Zimmerman and Rhonda Kick present a star-studded event to benefit the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Get ready for an art show and auction, car show, live entertainment and fine food and beverages by some of the Hamptons’ best.
Contact: Jason Zimmerman, firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-353-3428
Sylvester Manor Presents: Love’s Labour’s Lost
Sylvester Manor, 80 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island
Time: Saturday and Sunday, 6:30pm (grounds open at 6pm)
Drew Foster directs Shakespeare’s great comedy of irresponsible adolescence.
Price: $18 for adults, $10 for students, free for kids 10 and under.
Pool Party for Keep a Breast/Non-Toxic Revolution
The Montauk Beach House
Time: Sunday, 1-4pm
Take advantage of the summer weather with a pool party promoting awareness of the non-toxic lifestyle and NTR’s breast-cancer prevention mission to maintain long-term health and well-being. Chill out by the water, get beautified with skincare products by Aura Cacia, dye custom tees with Live in Color and shop shades from Spy Optic poolside.