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Farm Museum Serves Up Barbecue and Pie Sunday

Calvary Baptist Church, the East Hampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force, and the East Hampton Historical Farm Museum will co-host a barbecue at the museum, which is on the corner of Cedar and North Main Streets, on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. The $20 entry fee gets attendees hot dogs, hamburgers, corn on the cob, and pie, or you can take a pie and get in for free. 

First responders will also be admitted for free, with or without pie. The barbecue will be held rain or shine.

Sep 7, 2023
Self-Guided Garden Tours Saturday

The Garden Conservancy, a nonprofit dedicated to saving and promoting outstanding American gardens, will host two self-guided tours on the South Fork on Saturday.

Sep 7, 2023
Montauk Seafood Festival Is This Weekend

Bring your appetite! The 11th annual Montauk Seafood Festival run by the Montauk Friends of Erin and the Kiwanis Club of East Hampton will take place on the downtown green on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. There are over 15 restaurants and vendors participating, serving fish tacos, lobster rolls, tuna sliders, crab cakes, clams, oysters, sushi, hot dogs, burgers, French fries, and more. 

Sep 7, 2023
A Moral Response to the Climate Crisis?

“Is there a moral response to the climate crisis?” That’s the question Terrence Keeley, the author of “Sustainable: Moving Beyond ESG to Impact Investing,” will ponder in a talk on Saturday at 4 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. (E.S.G. refers to investing that takes into account the environment, social issues, and good corporate governing.) 

Sep 7, 2023
One More Tuesday Night Concert at Main Beach

The day after Labor Day, affectionately known in resort communities like ours as Tumbleweed Tuesday, can be bittersweet: Summer is unofficially over, school's back in session, and it no longer takes a half-hour to drive five miles. On Tuesday, the East Hampton Village Foundation and the East Hampton Kiwanis Club will highlight the sweet during the final Tuesday night Main Beach concert of the season at 6.

Sep 5, 2023
The Great Tomato Taste-Off Returns

Quail Hill Farm's Great Tomato Taste-Off returns on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon following a hiatus.

Sep 1, 2023
A Tribute to Sag Harbor's 'Morning Program'

The words "morning program" might appear dull but are warmly nostalgic for anyone who has sent their children through Sag Harbor Elementary in the last 30 years.

Aug 31, 2023
Time for the Shinnecock Powwow

The Shinnecock Powwow will run from tomorrow through Monday at the nation's powwow grounds on West Church Street on the Shinnecock Reservation. One of the largest Native American gatherings on the East Coast, the powwow draws participants from all over the Americas for three and a half days of competitive and ceremonial dancing, music, entertainment, prayers, and food.

Aug 30, 2023
Upcoming County Property Auction Includes Local Parcels

An upcoming real estate auction coordinated by the Suffolk County Division of Economic Development and Planning and planned for Oct. 12 lists a handful of properties in East Hampton and Southampton Towns as available for bidding.

Aug 28, 2023
A Guided Hike Along Gerard Drive

A three-mile hike on Gerard Drive in Springs on Saturday organized by the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society and the East Hampton Historical Society will feature both the beauty and some of the history of Accabonac Harbor and Gardiner's Bay.

Aug 25, 2023
Astrophysics, Fishing, and Fiction at the Library

Here's what's coming up at the East Hampton Library.

Aug 24, 2023
A School Plea to Follow the Rules

East Hampton School District officials made a plea last week for people to follow the rules — all of them, even the ones that may seem trivial — when using the district's athletic fields and other outdoor facilities for recreation.

Aug 22, 2023