The enterprising Sag Harbor Elementary School fifth-grader is the founder of Bundles of Joy, a customized care package company that offers several different themed care packages family members and friends can order for their favorite college student, whether they are currently studying on campus or at home.
Torah Cleaning Preserves Jewish Tradition At Jewish Center Of The Hamptons
The next offering in Bay Street Theater’s “Story Time,” a new series of eight children’s books read aloud on Zoom by the authors themselves, will feature Linsey Davis reading “Stay This Way Forever,” at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 1.
Instead, “Sag’s 420 Freedom Rally,” which took place — when else? — at 4:20 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, in Sag Harbor’s John Steinbeck Waterfront Park, was billed as an opportunity to inform people about the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act that was passed last month by the State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Shinnecock Attorney Kelly Dennis Elected To Council Of Trustees
Yes, we need to make big changes now, but if this morning you don’t have the brain space to dedicate your day to the Earth, here’s something you can do. Pledge to make one of these changes as a token of appreciation for this generous planet. They don’t take much time or cost a lot of money.
The fourth offering in Bay Street Theater’s “Story Time,” a new series of readings of children’s books on Zoom by the authors themselves, will feature Susan Verde reading “I Am Yoga,” at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 24.
Beginning this week, “Full of Noises,” a self-guided soundwalk that takes the public through known spaces with new, heightened, and playful listening, comes to Guild Hall in East Hampton. Composed and narrated by Viv Corringham, a British vocalist, composer and soundscape artist, it was created in celebration of Guild Hall’s 90th anniversary and it links together the cultural gifts of founder Mary Woodhouse — Guild Hall, the Duck Pond and Clinton Academy — with prompts for finding, imagining, and remembering sounds.
Lola, Beacon, Otto And Atticus: Sag Harbor Arts Community Embraces New Puppies
For those living with the disorder, every month is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month, but April specifically shines a light on it — a disease made famous by figures such as Muhammad Ali and Michael J. Fox, who has raised over $900 million for Parkinson’s research through his eponymous foundation.
Presented as part of its Docs Equinox program of three environment-focused films for Earth Day weekend, April 22 to 25, Hamptons Doc Fest offers a free online “Conversation Centerpiece” with five local eco-advocates, “the new keepers of our planet,” explained Hamptons Doc Fest founder and Executive Director Jacqui Lofaro.
The fourth offering in Bay Street Theater’s “Story Time,” a new series of eight children’s books read aloud on Zoom by the authors themselves, will feature Hyewon Yum reading “Grandpa Across the Ocean,” at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 17.
Operated by East End Hospice, the Kanas Center marked its fifth anniversary last month, having served over 1,000 patients with end-of-life care since first opening its doors on March 14, 2016, as a state-of-the-art facility decades in the making, according to Medical Director Dr. Louis Avvento.
This week, Bay Street Theater unveiled its plans for a new facility to be built on Long Island Avenue in Sag Harbor. Bay Street Artistic Director Scott Schwartz talked about the way in which a new space will change what the theater can offer.
On Tuesday, during a Zoom meeting to unveil the initial renderings for the new theater, Adam Potter, the chairman of Friends of Bay Street, announced that his not-for-profit organization is also in discussions to purchase 2 Main Street, which is currently home to K Pasa restaurant, Espresso, the Yummylicious ice cream parlor, and Havens, a gift shop.