To be sure, over the years, the center has been expanded with a classroom building and other facilities, but this month, it will mark a major milestone when that rickety old farmhouse, still being used as its main office, is demolished on Saturday, October 24, to make way for a new classroom and administrative center.
Arts & Living
In 2012, a thirsty dog named Rosie stopped to lap up a bit of water from Georgica Pond. Three hours later she was dead. A toxin called microcystin that’s commonly caused by algae blooms was found in her liver. It’s hard not to see Rosie as the canary in the coal mine. If this could happen in the pond of Steven Spielberg and Ron Perelman, it can happen anywhere.
FOOD AND WINE
Section XI, Suffolk County’s governing body of high school sports, announced in September that all interscholastic competition would be postponed until January, but athletic directors at several East End high schools have put together intramural programs that allow student-athletes to claim some sense of normalcy and keep a connection to the sports they love, while adhering to school policies and following safety guidelines outlined by the state to ensure their health and safety.
Putting the Grand Prix field to good use and sharing it with the larger equestrian community on the East End was a goal for Tula from the start, and last year, the farm revived an old fall tradition, hosting the Wölffer Estate Derby in the field.
For many years, Englishman Stephen Lee was an engineer by day, martial artist by night. Now, he’s the new East Hampton YMCA RECenter executive...
The then-14-year-old Hurricanes travel team competitor had achieved a feat of national merit. Finishing the 500-yard freestyle in 5 minutes, 10.97 seconds not only secured her a personal best, it catapulted her into the Top 16 nationally for her age group.