Edie's Backyard BBQ to Benefit the David E. Rogers, M.D. Center soon to be the Edie Windsor Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital
A fun, annual event to kick off the summer season with open bar, BBQ catering by The Golden Pear Café and summer sounds by DJ Karin Ward
Saturday, May 25, 2019 – 1 – 4 pm at 258 Tuckahoe Lane, Southampton
Judith M. Kasen-Windsor and Jimmy Mack will be hosting the annual Edie’s Backyard BBQ to benefit the David E. Rogers, M.D. Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, soon to be named the Edie Windsor Center.
Special guests include: Alphonso David, Chief Counsel to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, New York Assembly Member Rebecca A. Seawright, New York Assembly Member Fred W. Thiele Jr., New York State Senator Brad Hoylman, New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle, Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming, Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and Jean Shafiroff, philanthropist and author.
The host committee joining Judith M. Kasen-Windsor and Jimmy Mack includes Brian Mott, Mark Masone, former Southampton Town Councilman Stan Glinka, Eric Scott Baker and William Kapfer.
Judith M. Kasen-Windsor says, “I am so delighted to host this event in Edie’s honor with the support of so many friends. The new Edie Windsor Center at Stony Brook Southampton hospital, which will provide much needed healthcare to the community on the East End, is a very fitting tribute to an incredible woman and LGBTQ+ rights trailblazer.”
Tickets start at $100 and include beverages, catering and valet parking.
The David E. Rogers, M.D. Center provides a variety of outpatient services for those living with HIV/AIDS and has been serving the East End of Long Island since 1994. The Edie Windsor Center will provide a wider range of health services to the LGBTQ+ community. The Rose Walton Care Services will continue to operate under the auspices of the new Edie Windsor Center.
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is the only provider of emergency care on the South Fork of Long Island and has medical professionals representing over 50 specialties, with 32 satellite care centers located throughout the South Fork
For more information or to purchase tickets, please call Mirella Cameran-Reilly on (631) 283 4406 or email on Mirella.CameranReilly@StonyBrookMedicine.edu
Join us for ‘Shabbat on the Beach' along with songs, sunsets and s'mores every Friday evening at Main Beach!
Bring a blanket and picnic dinner and enjoy Shabbat on the Beach as you watch the sun dip below the horizon of beautiful Main Beach in East Hampton. Jewish Center of the Hamptons welcomes everyone, young and old, regardless of faith, to this lively, spiritual event. Following the service, led by Rabbi Joshua Franklin and Cantor/Rabbi Debra Stein, we invite you to stay for the bonfire and s’mores. A welcoming community of well over a hundred will gather every Friday night from Memorial Day to Labor Day to celebrate this special day.
Shabbat is viewed as the pinnacle of the creation of the universe. Its observance can be seen as a reminder of the purposefulness of the world and the role of human beings in it.
It is portrayed in Jewish liturgy, song, and story as a day of joy. Please join us for this special Jewish Center of the Hamptons tradition. There is no charge for attending this event.
Fresh challah, baked by Ludlow farms, will be available for purchase on the beach.
2019 SHABBAT ON THE BEACH SCHEDULE:
¨ May 24 (Lag B’Omer), 31
¨ June 7, 14, 21, 28
¨ July 5, 12, 19, 26*
¨ August 2, 9**, 16, 23, 30
* with Musical Guest Cantor Dan Singer ** with Musical Guest Rebecca Schoffer of Shababa
JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS: WHO WE ARE
We are the Jewish spiritual and cultural oasis on the East End of Long Island, in Manhattan, and beyond. Rooted in Torah, prayer, and acts of loving kindness, the Jewish Center of the Hamptons shares the joy of the Jewish traditions and deepens our connections to a rich heritage through progressive Jewish values and a diversity of Jewish voices. In our many avenues of learning we seek to bring relevance and meaning to our daily lives. We are a center without walls, connected to Israel, and the Jewish people wherever they might dwell. We welcome each person regardless of gender, sexual orientation, and race, embracing anyone who chooses to join us on our Jewish journey. As a socially conscious congregation, we dedicate ourselves to mitzvot, fulfilling our obligations to God, and to one another. Come find your center, here.
ALL THAT GLITTERS
Duncan Chamberlain, Bill Claps, and Peter Reginato
Saturday May 25th
53 Main Street at the American Hotel
Sag Harbor NY
Keyes Exhibit gallery is proud to present "All That Glitters", an exhibition of painting, sculpture and mixed media artworks by artists Duncan Chamberlain, Bill Claps and Peter Reginato. The exhibition will run through June 14.
Light provides the basis of life, illuminates the present, and evolves continually as the day progresses. Texture is the accumulation of history. Chamberlain, Claps and Reginato are three artists working in different mediums whose recent experimentations with new materials and processes play with light and texture to push the boundaries of their artistic practices.
Painter and sculptor Peter Reginato‘s works are selected from his recent “Silver Paintings” series. One sees hints of Reginato’s sculptural background in the textured surfaces of these new works, created by experimenting with a new process that takes advantage of the different drying rates of various silver paints. This serendipitous process creates unusual surfaces that evoke the textures of desert landscapes, lava flows and organic patterns, which he combines with expressionistic use of color. Through a process of editing and layering, Reginato creates works that provide a vision of the present and a glimpse at a history that lies underneath and beyond the edges of the silver fields.
Mixed media artist Bill Claps’s works are from his recent series “Natural Abstractions”, an homage to traditional Chinese painting and the 18thcentury Japanese master printmakers that greatly influenced the European Impressionist painters. Claps’ highly textured and reflective works are created utilizing a unique process he developed that combines photography, printing, painting, and digital processes. His process begins with a source photograph, some of which he shot during recent trips to Japan and China. Claps’ fascination with the natural world is translated into works that recall geometric abstraction, oriental calligraphy, and cellular processes, living in balance between figuration and abstraction.
Sculptor Duncan Chamberlain’s fabricated aluminum sculptures utilize materials gifted to him by father, the renowned sculptor John Chamberlain, to create unique works that hark back at a family legacy. For this series he selected aluminum, a material that had originally challenged his father. Chamberlain’s process begins with the fabrication of multiple distinct pieces, which he then arranges in a preliminary model. He then alters the surfaces of each of the pieces with a grinder to create new patterns and textures. This altering of surface texture creates new compositional possibilities, which Chamberlain analyzes until he locks in the final composition.
Join Wölffer Estate on Sunday, May 19th to kick off our 31st vintage! The second annual Bud Break 5k Fun Run will let you experience the property as you never have before, guiding you along 3.1 miles of our gorgeous vineyard and prized equestrian fields. We end at The Wine Stand to celebrate with a complimentary glass of cider, breakfast bites from Grindstone and live music!
Race proceeds will support Every Mother Counts. A huge thank you to our sponsor, Hamptons Magazine!
*Please note, we welcome runners and walkers of all ages but due to uneven terrain, strollers will not be permitted. No dogs.
April 23, 2019
2019 Garden Club of East Hampton Annual Garden Party & Plant Sale
2019 Garden Club of East Hampton Annual Garden Party & Plant Sale
Garden Party & Silent Auction: Friday, May 24 from 6:00-8:00 pm
Plant Sale: Saturday, May 25 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (free admission)
Kick off the summer season by attending the GCEH Garden Party which offers an early buying opportunity on an extraordinary selection of annuals, perennials, herbs, geraniums and lavish orchid arrangements. In addition, attendees will have a chance to bid on an extensive list of Silent Auction items including golf packages from the East End's most exclusive clubs.
Tickets start at $50.00 per person and can be purchased at the door or in advance at gceasthampton.org.