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  • Ryan Fowkes, a senior and East Hampton's top trackster, followed up his win in the 1,000-meter indoor event at the county small schools race last week with a second place at that distance Monday night in the Section XI state qualifier.
  • Classic love songs at East Hampton Library, stand-up comedy at Bay Street, film and dance party in Southampton, classical concert on Shelter Island
  • Mark Perrier of Manhattan, East Hampton and, most recently, Scarborough NY died on January 23, 2019 at Phelps Hospital in Sleepy Hollow NY at the age of 89.
  • State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. last week introduced legislation to allow the five East End towns to establish community housing opportunity funds using money from a .5-percent increase in real estate transfer taxes.
  • This weeks happenings for Kids.
  • A woman in labor called police from a Nissan in front of 61 Hampton Street on Jan. 30 around 12:40 p.m. Police helped her into the back seat of her car until the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps arrived. About 10 minutes after the ambulance got her to the hospital, she gave birth, police said.
  • Edward Henry Arnold, a civil engineer who helped construct the Delaware Aqueduct for the New York Board of Water Supply, died of primary myelofibrosis at home in San Antonio, Tex., on Monday. A frequent summer resident of Montauk, he was 92.
  • Robert T. Griffin died of cancer at home on Jan. 11. He was 71.
  • David Hare play, Jules Feiffer and Carol King, new Bruce Wolosoff record, chamber concert in Bridgehampton
  • Anthony Madonna has been named the Patti Kenner Fellow in Arts Education.

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  • The annual corned beef and cabbage dinner will be held at the Point bar and grill on March 9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
  • Montaukers who tuned in to the Super Bowl on Sunday may have seen a familiar face in one of the commercials. Francisco Estrella, a second grader at the Montauk School, was featured in a CBS Network 2019 TV commercial, “Dream Big, Kid,” shown at halftime during Super Bowl LIII.

    Francisco is the son of Cynthia Neat and Francisco Estrella of North Shore Road. He’s working with Nouveaux Talent Management, a company that represents children and young adults, in Manhattan. At the audition for the commercial 98 children tried out, and, according to his mother, CBS wanted only him, despite the fact that he had no acting experience. The commercial can be seen on YouTube, by searching “CBS Sports Dream Big Super Bowl LIII.” 

  • On Saturday and Sunday at noon, a Montauk State Park naturalist will lead a three-mile hike to see seals and shorebirds.
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation will be taught in a series of sessions beginning on Monday at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Gingerbread Lane.
  • Stories From Suffolk, a policy conversation among leading experts in the field on substance use and opioids, will take place at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons next Thursday to assess the next steps that should be taken to combat the epidemic.
  • A weekend-long relationship workshop for single people ages 25 to 40 will be held at the Cormaria Retreat House in Sag Harbor Village starting on Friday.
  • Change your mind-set, change your life: That is the message on Wednesday at the Spur in Southampton, where Theresa Roden, the founder and executive director of the I-Tri empowerment program for girls, and Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, an author, New School professor, and IntenSati fitness program leader, will lead an interactive workshop using mind, body, and spirit to achieve goals. Participants will be shown practices like visualization and affirmations to make life changes. 

    The workshop is meant for those ages 13 and up. Comfortable clothes have been suggested. The free workshop will be held at the Spur’s temporary space at 280 Elm Street from 6 to 8 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

  • A gray seal pup was found in a driveway on Egypt Lane in East Hampton Village on Sunday morning around 6:40 a.m.
  • With temperatures having plummeted on Long Island, the Suffolk Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is reminding pet owners that cold weather can be dangerous for animals, too. 

    On the East End, temperatures are in the single digits and low teens Monday and winds are blustery with dangerously cold wind chills. The National Weather Service reported wind chill readings as low as -14 degrees. 

    There is even concern for horses in such frigid temperatures. At Stony Hill Stables in Amagansett, lessons were canceled on Monday. "The horses, cats and humans are going to stay in the barn," the stable posted on its social media accounts.

  • The stores were packed on Thursday when the sale began, with bargain shoppers sifting through the racks.