Bridgehampton Day, a celebration of the hamlet's history and people, will take place Saturday from 1 to 7 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center.
Now in its fifth year, Bridgehampton Day features food and music, tables for vendors and other local businesses, a women's softball game, and a relatively new tradition — the Kareem Coffey/Bobby Hopson Memorial Basketball Game, with teams from Bridgehampton and Southampton facing off.
Three people will be honored with Community Advancement Awards: Paul Jeffers, Ann Bacon, and Julie Hopson. "Their actions over the years have enriched and bettered the communities they belong to," Willie Jenkins, the day's organizer, said.
Mr. Jenkins, a community advocate who grew up in the hamlet, said Bridgehampton Day honors history while also "preserving our shrinking community out there, as it is getting bought out."