Baron’s Cove Halloween Happenings
It’s going to be a scary fun fall and Halloween at Baron’s Cove this month, located at 31 West Water Street in Sag Harbor.
Join the waterfront hotel for its second annual Oktoberfest celebration — complete with German-style pretzels, sauerkraut, bratwurst and Steckerlfisch — on Saturday, October 14, from 1 to 5 p.m. and, starting Halloween weekend, happy hour food and specialty spooky cocktails, such as The Deadly Baron, The Hemo-Goblin and the Poison Rose, will be available during Haunted Hours from Friday, October 27, to Tuesday, October 31, from 4 to 7 p.m.
For a complete list of live October entertainment, please visit baronscove.com/events/categories/entertainment.
Happy Hour, Football Specials and Sunday Brunch, Oh My!
From 4 to 7 p.m., belly up to the Townline BBQ bar for free pool and happy hour deals, including half-priced full-pint cooler specials — Let’s Tauk LeMONades, Manzaritas, Cuba Libres, Palomas, Townline Dawgs, Fresh Lime Margaritas and Breakfast of Champions — beer and wine specials, and a whole variety of bar food to pair, like garbage fries for $6.25, nachos for $5.50 and $6 wings.
Townline BBQ, located at 3593 Townline Road in Sagaponack, is open Thursday to Monday starting at 11:30 a.m. For more information, please call (631) 537-2271 or visit townlinebbq.com.
Head over to Nick & Toni’s, located at 136 North Main Street in East Hampton, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sundays because brunch is back.
The a la carte menu, complete with specialty brunch cocktails, will include: Oven Baked French Toast with roasted figs, toasted walnuts, whipped ricotta and maple syrup; Organic Zucchini & Egg Frittata with goat cheese and baby field greens; Steak & Egg Panino; Warm Tuna Nicoise; Penne alla Vecchia Bettola with a spicy oven roasted tomato sauce; and an assortment of pizzas, just to name a few.
For more information, please call (631) 324-3550 or visit nickandtonis.com.
Diva Destinations Set Sights on Puerto Rico
Imagine, if you will, a place where locals, surfers, avid travelers, adventurers and health-oriented free spirits mingle along quiet beaches, pristine water with world-class surf breaks around every corner.
This is Rincon, Puerto Rico, the surf capital of the Caribbean, and the location of the next SUP, Surf and Adventure Retreats with Gina Bradley and Jennifer Ford of Paddle Diva, with guest host Holly Rilinger.
The four-day retreat, from November 2 to 6, includes daily stand up paddle lessons, or a surf lesson for all levels; Lifted classes with Rilinger on a deck overlooking a lush green valley and deep blue ocean; and a walk, run or hike through the local jungle, roads and beaches.
If you choose, you could take a SUP snorkel tour to the pristine reef Tres Palmas, practice sunset meditation, Reiki and essential oil sessions, take a trip to the art-walk and armers market in town, or even add on additional excursions: a waterfall adventure, a swim in the bioluminescent bay in La Parguera, a beachfront spin class, a scuba trip to Desecheo Island, horseback rides at sunrise or sunset, or a half-day trip to the pink salt flats and cliffs of Cabo Rojo National Park.
Costs start at $1,950 for double occupancy with a shared bathroom, or $2,400 for single occupancy and a shared bathroom. Airfare is not included.
For more information, please visit paddlediva.com/services/sup-vacations-retreats.
Employment Connection On The Move
The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Suffolk will unveil its Employment Connection Van on Friday, October 13, at 11 a.m. in front of Bridgehampton National Bank, located at 2200 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton.
Take a peek inside the mobile van after the ribbon cutting to see what it has to offer. In time, it will bring career services to workers with disabilities and connect employers to workers.
For more information, please visit theemploymentconnection.com.
Mix and Mingle with the East Hampton Chamber
Springs Tavern owners Charlene and Dan DeSmet will host a networking happy hour mixer for the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. at 15 Fort Pond Boulevard in Springs.
Chow down on lite bites while Steve Ringel, executive director of the chamber, gives an update on several projects in the planning stages for late fall and winter, including the East Hampton Village Fall Festival, which will be held on Saturday, October 21.
Admission is $10, or free for members. For more information, please call (631) 324-0362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever considered joining the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce?
This may be your chance.
Take advantage of the 2018 Discount Membership Drive, which offers businesses a $50 break now through December 31. Starting January 1, regular member fee will jump back up to $350.
The membership is good through December 31, 2018, and existing members may re-up for $300 to extend through the same date. Lodging membership fees ($500) and not-for-profits ($150) remain the same.
For more information, please call (631) 324-0262 or visit easthamptonchamber.com/join.php.