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  • Photographs by Jacob Fellander, a Swedish artist whose large-scale cityscapes and landscapes have been prominently displayed at c/o the Maidstone inn in East Hampton, will be featured in the new film “Inconceivable,” a psychological drama written and directed by Jonathan Baker and starring Nicolas Cage, Faye Dunaway, and Gina Gershon.
  • The Southampton Arts Center is taking Halloween seriously this year. In addition to its Spooktacular Haunted House and its exhibition “Chas Adams: Family and Friends,” both continuing through Monday, the center will screen two creepy classics this weekend.
  • Prudence Wright Holmes, an actress with extensive credits in theater, film, and television, will bring her solo show “Agatha Christa Is Missing!” to the Montauk Library on Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
  • The Parrish Art Museum’s Salon Series of classical music concerts will conclude its fall run with a performance by the Bulgarian-born pianist Nadejda Vlaeva tomorrow at 6 p.m. Among her many awards are first prize in the Liszt Competition in Lucca, Italy, and the Yahama Award for best Brahms interpretation.
  • “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” a two-person play by the Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph, will have four performances at Guild Hall, beginning tonight at 7.
  • Had enough of the 2016 presidential campaign? A visit to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday evening at 8 will transport you back to the 1960s for an evening of music. “The Sixties Show” features seven New York rockers who will perform music by the Beatles, the Byrds, the Beach Boys, the Kinks, Buffalo Springfield, the Who, Bob Dylan, the Doors, Cream, Moody Blues, and other iconic acts of the period.
  • Jack Ferver, a New York choreographer, writer, performer, and teacher, will present “Chambre,” an interdisciplinary performance and art installation, at the Watermill Center from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday. Mr. Ferver worked on the dance-theater piece during his residency at the center in January and February 2014.
  • The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
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  • Anne Cavolo Tedesco, a classical pianist, will perform a free concert of works by Chopin, Beethoven, Schumann, Bach, Isaac Albéniz, and Brahms on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library.

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  • The stores were packed on Thursday when the sale began, with bargain shoppers sifting through the racks.
  • For young birders, the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton now has a new Young Birders Club. The club, for those 8 to 18, will meet on the third Saturday of each month at various locations around the South Fork; participants do not need to make every meeting.
  • The South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton will take part in the 2019 New York State Ornithological Association Winter Waterfowl Count on Saturday. Intermediate and experienced birders have been asked to join in. From dawn to dusk, participants will record the number of overwintering waterfowl on the South Fork, where there are a large variety. The count will be led by Frank Quevedo, the museum's executive director.

    The ornithological association conducts yearly winter waterfowl counts throughout the state to assess species’ populations. In recent years, there has been a decline in diversity and population size. Food scarcity, habitat loss, and overdevelopment, as well as the introduction of nonnative species, are reportedly to blame.

  • Gordon G. Ryan, an attorney in Montauk since the mid-1970s, will take on a new role in March.
  • The East Hampton Village Board will hold a public hearing on Friday, Jan. 18, at 11 a.m. on a proposed law that would require updated wastewater treatment systems for all new residences and for existing ones whose floor area is expanded by 25 percent or where the number of bedrooms is increased.
  • The Sag Harbor School Board is accepting applications through Friday for school district residents interested in filling a vacant seat on the board until regular elections in May.

    The vacancy follows the Dec. 14 resignation of the board's president, January Kerr. The board agreed that day to appoint a replacement in order "to maintain a full governance body of seven members," according to a letter to community members.

    Letters expressing interest and detailing qualifications should be emailed to the board at boe@sagharborschools.org by midnight Friday. The board plans to conduct interviews on Monday and Tuesday, and to make an appointment on Jan. 28.

  • The East Hampton Trails Preservation Society will lead a Montauk Lighthouse loop hike of five-plus miles on Saturday at 10 a.m., starting at Camp Hero and following the Paumanok Path to the bluffs to Turtle Cove and the lighthouse, and returning past the seal haul-out site. Snacks, water, and windproof clothing are suggested. There will be a 10-minute break at the lighthouse refreshment area. The meeting spot is on Camp Hero Road, about a mile east of Deep Hollow Ranch. The leader, Carol Andrews, can be reached at 631-725-3367.

  • A five-mile “Forever Wild Napeague” hike will happen on Sunday at 10 a.m., courtesy of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Irwin Levy will lead his favorite, fast-paced hike across rolling terrain, with spectacular views of Fresh Pond and Napeague Bay among the rewards.

    Hikers have been asked to meet on Napeague Harbor Road, about a half-mile north of Montauk Highway, just after the street marked Private Road. Mr. Levy can be contacted at 516-456-1337 or irwinlevy@gmail.com for information.  

  • Bay Street Theater announced last week that it would be launching a campaign to eliminate the use of plastic straws and water bottles in the village.
  • The East Hampton Trails Preservation Society will host two hikes in Montauk this week. On Saturday at 10 a.m., Eva Moore will lead a three-mile hike to the seal haul-out site to hopefully see seals sunning on the rocks near the shore. Dress warmly, with sturdy footwear and don’t forget the binoculars. The meeting place is on Camp Hero Road, a right turn off Route 27 about a mile past Deep Hollow Ranch. Call 631-238-5134 for more information.