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Keeping Account 09.03.20

Wed, 09/02/2020 - 20:18

Baron’s in the Off-Season

Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor is making its hotel rooms available for long-term stays from Oct. 12 to April 1 for $14,000 to $15,000, depending on the room. The promotion is “designed to accommodate employees working remotely, families who are immersed in homeschooling . . . and couples who want to know that they can leave the city on a whim for fresh ocean air and small-town charm,” according to the hotel’s website.

Each room can be accessed without having to enter a common area, and comes with a refrigerator, coffee maker, and microwave. During the off-season, the hotel’s dining room will be open on weekends, and a commissary will be available to guests Monday through Friday. More information is on the hotel’s website. 


In-Home Acupuncture

Ora, a New York City acupuncture studio, is now providing at-home services here. A session that includes acupuncture, cupping, reflexology, and a gua sha pain relief treatment costs $350. For an additional client, the cost is $250, and $150 for each additional one after that.

Acupuncturists will wear masks during the treatments and will conduct touchless temperature checks of themselves and clients upon arrival. The studio has requested that clients and those in the home wear masks as well. Appointments can be scheduled by visiting

Barre Classes

The Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton has reopened and is offering two daily barre classes, one at 9 a.m. and the other at 10:30 a.m., Friday through Sunday. A special Labor Day class will be held at 9 a.m. on Monday. To comply with state regulations, only six clients are permitted per class, and the studio has installed plexiglass partitions at each workout station and the front desk. Reservations can be made by visiting the studio’s website.


Phoenix House Honored

The Phoenix House residential addiction treatment center in Wainscott was named the best facility of its kind in New York in a recent survey by Newsweek magazine. “Phoenix House is honored to achieve this ranking,” said Ann-Marie Foster, C.E.O. of Phoenix Houses of New York and Long Island. “The staff at the Wainscott center, led by Dan Boylan, are incredibly hard-working and deserve every ounce of praise this ranking brings.”


Polkadot in Sag

Polkadot England, a women and children’s sleep and loungewear brand from Debra Schoenau and Rachel Doneger, mother and daughter business partners who live on the East End, is now available at the Relax store at 150 Main Street in Sag Harbor.

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