Beautiful weather, big events. How are you going to spend it in the Hamptons or up on the North Fork? Here are ten that we are sure you’ll enjoy!
Classic tall ships, ice boats, antique boats and more watery wonders await, as do craft vendors and Greenport Harbor Brewing Company’s beer garden, at this annual celebration of the North Fork village’s nautical history and spirit.
Grab your fishing gear and head to Sag Harbor for the Jordan’s Initiative Fishing Tournament on the Long Wharf. Music, food and fun are all part of this day supporting a great cause as Jordan’s Initiative teams up with Building Homes for Heroes and Patient Airlift Services.
When’s the last time you saw Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Bill Monroe, Ruth Brown, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Woody Guthrie and Chuck Berry perform…on the same night! Take a journey through the tapestry of American blues, country, jazz, rock, folk and bluegrass with “Legends of American Music” at Bay Street Theatre.
Five-time Grammy Award-nominated British singer/songwriter/keyboardist, Joe Jackson & The Bigger Band, will perform at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Sunday, September 23 at 8pm. Tickets are $150, $125, $100.
See the historic offshore lighthouses of Long Island Sound and Gardiner’s Bay.
On this one and one-half-hour hike, you’ll have an opportunity to learn about the value of our native grassland habitat, an area all too rare here on the East End. You’ll walk from the meadow behind SoFo to the grasslands of Poxabogue County Park; two areas where continuing efforts are being made to remove non-native, invasive plants and reestablish healthy populations of natives.
East End Landscapes & Lands covered through the Peconic Land Trust show an exhibition and sale featuring the paintings and photographs of Plein Air Peconic at The South Street Gallery.
Come celebrate “Carnival” with wine from South America featuring Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Peru and Uruguay.
Mark Haddon’s celebrated, multi-award-winning novel is beautifully and imaginatively adapted into a stage play by Simon Stephens. Shown at Guild Hall in East Hampton
Market features vendors offering local products including vegetables, fruits, eggs, fish, shellfish, beef, pork, poultry, dairy, pickles, cakes, breads, pastries, fudge, olive oils, marinades, jams, spice rubs, sauces, etc.