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Adventures in Polar Research With Hamptons Observatory

In the next virtual talk presented by Hamptons Observatory, the noted polar explorer Ramon Larramendi will discuss his adventures in the coldest regions of the planet as well as his invention of the Inuit Windsled, which the observatory describes as "a mobile platform that is making possible scientific investigations into previously inaccessible areas."

Feb 27, 2023
Wind Farm 'Cable Pull' Happens This Week

South Fork Wind is scheduled to begin a sea-to-shore "cable pull" on Tuesday at the offshore wind project's landbound base on Beach Lane in Wainscott, signaling a critical new phase in the development of a 12-turbine offshore wind farm to be located about 30 miles east of Montauk.

Feb 27, 2023
Katy's Courage Skate-a-Thon Is Saturday

A skate-a-thon and bake sale benefiting Katy's Courage, which offers children’s bereavement support and pediatric cancer research assistance in memory of Katy Stewart, will take place Saturday at the Buckskill Winter Club in East Hampton.

Highlights of the day include a children's hockey game at 12:15 p.m., a skating-skills workshop at 2:30, an open skating session from 2:30 to 5:30, and an ice show at 6:30. At 8, adults will take the ice for a hockey game (advance registration required). Raffle prizes will be on offer and baked goods will be sold.

Feb 24, 2023
Lineup of Revelry for the Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade

Mark your calendars: The Montauk Friends of Erin's St. Patrick's Day parade will be on March 26 this year. And in the usual fashion, there will be lots of festivities leading up to the main event.

Feb 23, 2023
Hearings Tuesday on LIPA's Rate 'Modernization' Plan

The Long Island Power Authority will hold two public hearings on Tuesday dedicated to the rate modernization proposals it is planning to institute in 2024.

Feb 20, 2023
Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League Seeks Interns

The Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League has opened up internship applications for its summer 2023 season in the areas of game-day operations, broadcasting, and data analytics.

Feb 20, 2023
Cato Crook, in His Own Words

For Black History Month, the Bridgehampton Museum is offering a talk, "From the Pen of a Formerly Enslaved Man," with Julie Greene, the Southampton Town historian, on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Nathaniel Rogers House. 

Feb 18, 2023
Police Department Is Hiring Dispatchers

The East Hampton Town Police Department has announced it is accepting applications for the Civil Service position of public safety dispatcher. Applications are due by March 22.

Feb 16, 2023
History and Hiking

For hikers who enjoy history, Celia Paul and Steve Rosen will lead a short walk at Northwest Harbor on Sunday that will also be something of a history lesson. The harbor was East Hampton's main port from 1654 until 1761.

Feb 15, 2023
Two Water-Conservation Rules Now in Effect

In response to last summer's drought conditions, the Suffolk County Water Authority has adopted new water-conservation rules for its customers, effective Feb. 1.

Feb 14, 2023
Suffolk D.A. Will Meet Constituents in Amagansett Monday Night

The East Hampton Town Republican Committee will host a meet-and-greet with Suffolk County District Attorney Ray Tierney on Monday evening at the American Legion in Amagansett.

Feb 13, 2023
To Build a Memorial Park in Montauk

A buy-a-brick campaign has been started to help defray the cost of creating the John L. Behan Memorial Park on the corner of Flamingo Avenue and West Lake Drive in Montauk.

Feb 10, 2023