Sep 2014

Sun. Sep 07 -- East Hampton Trails Preservation Society
Goose Creek Sunset/Moonrise Paddle - We'll enjoy the sights and sounds of autumn as we paddle through

  • approximately 2 hours
  • September 7, Sunday 5:30 P.M.
  • Meet at the harbor side of Maidstone Park in Springs in the town of East Hampton
  • Free
  • Leader: Mike Bottini 631-267-5228
  • sharstat@yahoo.com
  • Website: ehtps.org

Mon. Sep 08 -- Bob Kyle Memorial Golf Classic
Oceanfront Golfing, Cocktails, Continental Breakfast, Oceanfront BBQ Lunch, Live Auction, Mulligan “Do-Overs”, Hole-In-One Prize! Price: Individual Golfer: $675.00 Sponsorships available, please call us!

Tue. Sep 09 -- John Drew Theater Lab: Bluebirds by Joe Brondo
John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab), a workshop devoted to fostering East End performing artists, returns for the fall season with the debut of new work by first-time playwright Joe Brondo, who also directs and stars alongside Sophie Vanier in this staged reading. A young couple’s relationship is tested when an unfulfilled Walt reveals his plot to sell a stolen rare book and Sarah refuses to take part, which sets into motion a night of past hurts brought to light and new revelations that will change their lives for better or worse. FREE Milk and Cookies reception to follow the reading in the lobby.

Sat. Sep 13 -- East Hampton Trails Preservation Society
Hither Hills Coastal Trail - We will hike a combination of the Old North (Rum Runners) Road and the Paumanok Path, enjoying great views of Gardiner's Bay which is sometimes calm, often windswept and always spectacular.

  • 3 - 3.5 Miles
  • September 13, Saturday 10 A.M.
  • Take Route 27 east to Second House Road. Go north about 1 mile then (at the bend in the road) go straight ahead onto Shore Road and across the LIRR tracks. Make a left turn onto Navy Road
  • Free
  • Leader: Carol Andrews 631-668-5429
  • sharstat@yahoo.com
  • Website: ehtps.org

Sat. Sep 13 -- East Hampton Trails Preservation Society
North Fork Bike Ride - After meeting at Paumanok Vineyard in Jamesport we bike for 20 - 25 miles and then return to the vineyard for tasting. Helmets required! Possible dinner afterwards. Please RSVP

  • 20 - 25 Miles
  • September 13, Saturday 2 P.M.
  • Meet at Paumanok Vinyard in Jamesport
  • Leader: Lois Peltz 631-329-9414 or 212-689-3991
  • Website: ehtps.org

Tue. Sep 16 -- JDTLab: VIVA LOS BASTARDITOS! by Jake Oliver
John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab), a workshop devoted to fostering East End performing artists, returns for the fall season! Under the dynamic direction of Tony Award nominee Ethan McSweeny, VIVA LOS BASTARDITOS!, a new musical, boasts an all-star cast of some of Broadway’s hottest performers including Blake DeLong (NATASHA, PIERRE AND THE GREAT COMET OF 1812) and Alex Morf (OF MICE AND MEN, WAR HORSE). In a mysterious land known as Western Massachusetts, two dastardly villains use a phony land grant to seize control of most of the country. Soon the poor citizens are at their mercy, forced to pay astronomical rents or vacate their homes. Out of the helpless masses, three rock stars unite to form LOS BASTARDITOS – a music-based, costume-wearing People’s Revolution – to fight the would-be dictators and their army of rent collectors.

Thu. Sep 18 -- Fall Chamber Mixer East Hampton Chamber of Commerce
Thursday September 18th 5:00 - 7:00 at the Blue Parrot 33 A Main St., East Hampton Village No admission charge, cash bar and a raffle will be held. Come out and meet the East Hampton business community, make some new friends and contacts. RSVP Marina Van 631 324 0362 by Sept 12th

Thu. Sep 18 -- Comedy Improv Boot Camp for Ages 9-15
Get ready to have some fun! Improvisation is a great way to improve stage presence and spot on instincts. Through exciting games and activities, students of every level will develop unique characters, comic timing, and a sense of teamwork. This class will culminate with a performance in the style of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” that includes audience participation.

  • Thursdays 4:30pm-6pm / September 18-November 13
  • 8 weeks: $275 / $250 Members of GH
  • To register, please contact Jennifer Brondo at 631.324.0806 x25 or jennifer@guildhall.org.
  • Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
  • jennifer@guildhall.org
  • Website: www.guildhall.org/learn/kids/

Sun. Sep 21 -- East Hampton Trails Preservation Society: Hike
Fresh Pond Loop - We'll visit the pretty Fresh Pond and take in the beautiful view across Napeague Bay from the Waterfence Overlook. After descending during the outward half of the hike, we'll be climbing through wooded trails on our return.

  • 3.5 Miles
  • September 21, Sunday 10 A.M.
  • Meet at the Hither Hills West Overlook parking area on Montauk Highway, approximately one mile east after taking the left fork of the Montauk Hwy/Old Montauk Hwy split
  • Free
  • Leader: Dave Luce 917-885-5749
  • sharstat@yahoo.com
  • Website: ehtps.org

Tue. Sep 23 -- JDTLab: CHICKEN-FRIED CICCONE: A One-Man Musical by J. Stephen Brantley
John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab), a workshop devoted to fostering East End performing artists, returns for the fall season! CHICKEN-FRIED CICCONE: A One-Man Musical by J. Stephen Brantley was nominated for two New York Innovative Theatre Awards - Outstanding Solo Performance and Outstanding Original Short Script! Armed with an acoustic guitar, actor-playwright Brantley reveals how he got from junkie to functional with a little help from the queen of reinvention. Chicken-Fried Ciccone is one man’s journey to heroin and back, set to countrified covers of new and classic Madge. Obie-winning master of the one-man-show David Drake directs this funny and poignant quasi-cabaret about recovery and reconnection.

Fri. Sep 26 -- Screening of the National Theatre Live: MEDEA
Helen McCrory (The Last of the Haussmans) returns to the National Theatre to take the title role in Euripides’ powerful tragedy, in a new version by Ben Power, directed by Carrie Cracknell. Medea is a wife and a mother. For the sake of her husband, Jason, she’s left her home and borne two sons in exile. But when he abandons his family for a new life, Medea faces banishment and separation from her children. Cornered, she begs for one day’s grace. It’s time enough. She exacts an appalling revenge and destroys everything she holds dear.

Sat. Sep 27 -- The Red Orchestra: A Screening and Discussion
Introduced by Harris Yulin Q&A to follow with filmmaker Stefan Roloff The Red Orchestra was a resistance group that fought against the Third Reich within Germany from 1933 to 1942. The Gestapo mislabeled them as Communist spies and traitors for their efforts to put an end to Hitler, a theory that was upheld by Allied Secret Services until recently. Historians now officially recognize their work as that of one of the largest and most efficient Nazi resistance groups. For the first time, surviving members tell their story, re-created by a pioneering technique of animations.

Sat. Sep 27 -- East Hampton Trails Preservation Society: Walk
Northwest Harbor Walk - Join us for a short walk around the beach of the harbor where we talk about its colorful past as we enjoy views of Shelter Island, Cedar Point Park and Barcelona Neck. Northwest Harbor was the main port of East Hampton from 1654 until the first wharf was built in Sag Harbor in 1761.

  • 1.5 Miles
  • September 27, Saturday 10 A.M.
  • Meet at the Northwest Harbor County parking area at the end of Northwest Landing Road off Swamp Road.
  • Free
  • Leaders: Celia Paul and Steve Rosen 631-324-7970
  • sharstat@yahoo.com
  • Website: ehtps.org

Sat. Sep 27 -- Smithsonian magazine Museum Day Live!
In the spirit of Smithsonian Museums, who offer free admission every day, Museum Day Live! is an annual event hosted by Smithsonian magazine in which participating museums across the country open their doors to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket… for free. Guild Hall is proud to participate! Exhibitions on view: Robert Motherwell: The East Hampton Years, 1944-1952 and Arlene Slavin: Intersections. The Museum Day Live! Ticket provides free admission for two people, per household, per address. You must print your ticket and present it to receive your free admission or have it accessible on your mobile device. Get tickets here: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/tickets/

Sun. Sep 28 -- East Hampton Trails Preservation Society: Hike
Jacob's Farm and Green River Cemetery - We'll detour from our athletic loop of Jacob's Farm to visit historic Green River Cemetery.

  • 3 Miles
  • September 28, Sunday 10 A.M.
  • Meet at the south side of Red Dirt Road approximately 1/4 mile from Old Accobonac Highway in the town of Amagansett
  • Free
  • Leader: Jim Zajac 212-769-4311
  • sharstat@yahoo.com
  • Website: ehtps.org

Tue. Sep 30 -- JDTLab: TONGUES WILL WAG by Sarah Azzara
John Drew Theater Lab (JDTLab), a workshop devoted to fostering East End performing artists, returns for the fall season! Directed by Kate Mueth. When the newly engaged Stephanie falls for a male impersonator at a dyke bar, it upsets her whole world. Will she be able to walk the tightrope between sexuality and identity and discover her true self in this circus of drag kings and burlesque dancers?
Oct 2014

Sat. Oct 04 -- Cowgirls Theater Company: Dance Workshop for Girls
Kate Mueth and The Neo-Political Cowgirls present “Cowgirls Theater Company” for girls ages 8-15. Participants begin with journaling leading into improvisational movement exercises and games. Out of this process personalized theater pieces are created, designed and directed by each participant which then finishes with a performance night. This process is deeply personal yet private and safe for exploration within a group. Individuals share to whatever extent they desire while telling their stories through dance, gesture, movement and text put to music. Each participant directs others for their piece. For more information and to register, please contact Jennifer at 631.324.0806 x25 or jennifer@guildhall.org.

Thu. Oct 09 -- Hamptons International Film Festival
Opens October 9th through October 13th

Sat. Oct 11 -- Montauk Chamber 32nd Annual Fall Festival /Chowder Contest
Montauk Chamber of Commerce Annual Clam Chowder Contest- Montauk Restaurants compete in Manhattan and New England Chowder categories, judged by local chefs and food celebrities.

  • Commemorative Mugs go on sale 10am October 11
  • Chowder line up in front of the Montauk Chamber of Commerce at 742 Montauk Hwy, Montauk,NY 11954
  • Contest Saturday only, but Chowder from several restaurants will be available at the food tent on Sunday at the Fall Festival.
  • Enjoy all other Fall Festival activities throughout the day including games, raffles, food, beer, wine, farmers market and the FREE carousel !
  • info@montaukchamber.com
  • Website: www.montaukchamber.com

Fri. Oct 31 -- MURDER MYSTERY WEEKEND AT MONTAUK MANOR
Back again and on Halloween TOO! Our popular Murder Mystery Weekend in here with fun, food and a murderous good time...do you know who did it??? Book now we do fill up fast
Dec 2014

Sat. Dec 06 -- EAST HAMPTON CHAMBERS SANTA PARADE
Santa Parade begins 10:00 a.m. Main Street East Hampton Village, continues on to Newtown Lane ending just before the Rail Road Tracks.

Sat. Dec 13 -- East Hampton Village Holiday Stroll
Visit East Hampton decked out in holiday attire. Shops will be serving refreshment, carolers will stroll the village. Noon to 5

Sat. Dec 13 -- 24th ANNUAL HOLIDAY TOUR OF INN
A beautiful time to visit. East Hampton is decked out for the winter holiday. The self guided tour begins with check in at the Huntting Inn (94 Main St.), between 11 and noon. Coffee and sweet rolls will be served. Properties are open between noon and four. Fee $25.00 Call us and let us know how many will be attending. 631 324 0362 ask for Marina Van



42 Gingerbread Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937 - Phone: 631-324-0362

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