Business: Industry Night at The Clubhouse, Psycho Bunny, Labor Day Cookout at Baron’s

Guests enjoying mini-golf at The Clubhouse. Courtesy photo

Don’t Miss Industry Night, and More, at The Clubhouse

Soak up the last few weeks of summer at The Clubhouse — located at 174 Daniels Hole Road in East Hampton — with live music, mini golf, bowling and an arcade that’s open to the public, no membership necessary.

Industry Night is held on Wednesdays with DJ MattyNice, featuring happy hour at the bar all night long, and bowling for $30 per hour from 9 p.m. to close.

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The limited edition “Ginger Ninja” t-shirt.

Psycho Bunny Hops To It: New T-Shirt To Benefit Long Island Charity

First, “Ginger Ninja” was a term of endearment for Robert Godley’s son.

Then, it became the name of his center console fishing boat.

Now, it is the inspiration behind a limited-edition t-shirt by his clothing company, Psycho Bunny, a percentage of which will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island.

“The idea of mentors helping to guide children and show them a different perspective on life, helping them realize their full potential is something I feel passionate about,” Godley said in a press release. “It struck a deep chord within me, and I wanted to see if Psycho Bunny could find a way to help.”

With this mindset, Godley created a limited edition Pima cotton t-shirt, available in both navy and white, with a signature Psycho Bunny graphic featuring his own boat and the joyful exuberance of a young boy that captures the free spirit of his hobby and mindset.

The t-shirts are available in men’s and boy’s size ranges, and are $50 and $40 respectively. Fifty percent off all proceeds are donated directly to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island.

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All-American Cookout at Baron’s Cove

Baron’s Cove, 31 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, will host a Labor Day All-American Cookout on Sunday, September 2, from 1 to 5 p.m. The culinary team at Baron’s Cove will grill up bratwurst, Karl Ehmer hot dogs, corn on the cobb, plus refreshing summer cocktails. Live entertainment will accompany the meal, from 2 to 5 p.m., as a part of the celebration of the unofficial end of summer.

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