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A Reminder From PSEG About Digging

PSEG Long Island has issued an announcement to remind customers, contractors, and excavators to “call before you dig,” even when planting a tree or building a deck, to avoid hitting underground pipelines, conduits, wires, and cables.

Apr 12, 2021
Petition to Speed Up Sand Replenishment in Montauk

Concerned Citizens of Montauk have started a petition to urge the Army Corps of Engineers to replenish the downtown Montauk beaches this year, rather than postponing the long-planned project until 2023.

Apr 8, 2021
Artistic Portraits of M.L.K. Up for Auction on Saturday

East End Arts will have a reception and final auction for its MLK Portrait Project on Saturday at its gallery in Riverhead.

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 133 East Main Street, 12-by-12 inch acrylic panel portraits, which combine to form larger images of Martin Luther King Jr., will be on display and up for bidding. Money raised will go to the arts organization's scholarship fund for students in need, according to an announcement. 

Apr 8, 2021
Wine Tasting for Lions Club

A virtual wine tasting on Saturday at 7 p.m. with John Grisch, the new proprietor of Race Lane Liquors, will benefit the East Hampton Lions Club. A $90 ticket includes four bottles of wine and a 45-minute interactive talk and tutorial with Mr. Grisch. Those who pay $100 will see $10 of their payment go directly to the Long Island Seeing Eye Dog Foundation, which the Lions Club has long supported.

Apr 7, 2021
A Contest for Teens During National Poetry Month

High school students are invited to enter the East Hampton Library's poetry contest in celebration of National Poetry Month in April.

Poetry submissions can be emailed to [email protected] with the subject line "YA Poetry Contest" and the student's name, school, grade, and phone number.

The competition will culminate on April 25 with a reading session led by Shay Siegel, a local poet and author who writes for young adult audiences.

Apr 6, 2021
Staples Will Laminate Your Vaccination Cards for Free

For people who have been fully vaccinated for Covid-19, Staples is currently offering free lamination of vaccine identification cards.

Apr 5, 2021
Unitarian Congregation Seeks Applicants for Community Grants

As needs in the East End community are just as acute in the second year of the pandemic, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork has announced its High Impact Community Outreach program will bring financial assistance to a select group of institutions from the five East End townships as well as the Shinnecock Indian Nation. 

Apr 2, 2021
Holy Week Services Are Ongoing Through Sunday

From Thursday through Sunday, many local houses of worship will have services in a variety of formats.

Apr 1, 2021
Child Care Center Receives Grant from Arts Council

The Huntington Arts Council has awarded Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center a grant for the center’s Color of Freedom art show, which will take place starting Oct. 7 at the Julie Keyes Gallery in Sag Harbor after being postponed because of the pandemic last spring

Mar 30, 2021
HamptonsFilm Announces Screenwriters Lab Participants

On Monday, HamptonsFilm announced the participants in its annual Screenwriters Lab, which has been held every spring for the past two decades. It will continue this year, taking place virtually the weekend of April 9 to 11.

Mar 29, 2021
Tips for Securing a Vaccine Appointment

For those eager to get a Covid-19 vaccine, meeting the state's eligibility requirements is only the first hurdle. Actually securing an appointment can be tricky and time-consuming, and the process can be even more difficult if you have limited access to the internet. Here are some tips, and links, gleaned from our research that may make it a little easier.

Mar 26, 2021
To Advance Kelp Farming on the East End

Drawdown East End and Sustainable Southampton, Southampton Town's sustainability advisory committee, will co-host a virtual conference on advancing kelp farming on Long Island's East End on Tuesday at 6 p.m. 

Mar 26, 2021