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Shop ‘Til You Drop: Something Old, New, Salty, Blue

Want to spruce up your garden while doing some good? Stop by the Project Most Springs Seedlings Plant Sale this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and pick up your choice of organic herbs, vegetables, and flowers. All plants were grown by Springs School students, and proceeds benefit the Springs Seedlings Project and Project Most, an after-school program for local children. Find the sale in the garden at Springs School, behind the greenhouse, at 48 School Street, East Hampton. Visit projectmost.com for more info.

Stevenson’s Toys & Games has a limited quantity of Kettler Stockholm Weatherproof Table Tennis Tables for rent this summer. The high-quality, German-made table is impervious to rain, and so can be kept inside or outside throughout the season. The foldable surface is easy to move and store. The rental includes four racquets, eight balls, and free delivery and pickup anywhere within 15 miles of Stevenson’s. Tables are reserved on a first come, first serve basis, so call today to get yours! Stevenson’s also has a wide selection of Ping Pong and Foosball tables to outfit your home for the summer. Contact Stevenson’s Toys & Games, 69 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631-283-2111 or visit stevensonstoys.com

And now, a public service announcement: Only you can prevent beardicide! Bluebeards Original wants you to keep your winter beard once the weather warms up. Their Beard Saver oil soothes the skin and prevents beard itch. Beard a little rough? Bluebeard’s Wonder Beard will revitalize it instantly. As a lady person, I lack the facial hair to attest to the effectiveness of Bluebeard’s, although I can say that their Beard Saver smells fantastic. Our founder Dan Rattiner took the products home to test on his famous facial hair. We haven’t seen him since. We expect it’s because he’s busy admiring his rejuvenated beard in the mirror, although someone really ought to check on him. Pick up your own bottle of Bluebeards Original at bluebeardsoriginal.com

New Kids on the Block

An old favorite is back and better than ever. Montauk Beverageworks re-launched last month with its beloved iced tea and lemonades. They’re already flying off the shelves, and why wouldn’t they? With flavors like Black Tea and Citrus, Red Berry and Hibiscus, Lemonade and more, there’s a flavor for every taste. Just as before, Montauk Beverageworks are all natural, kosher and low in sugar. They’re the perfect summer beverage. You can find Montauk Beverageworks at stores throughout the Hamptons, including the Blue Duck Bakery in Southampton (30 Hampton Road) and Goldberg’s Bagels in Riverhead (130 East Main Street). Visit montaukbev.com to find out more.

A new experience has come to Port Jefferson. The Port Jeff Salt Cave will begin taking appointments June 1. The Salt Cave is a holistic and unique way to treat respiratory and inflammatory illnesses. 45 minutes spent in the Salt Cave is the equivalent of spending one week at the ocean. In additional to medicinal services, the Port Jeff Salt Cave will also offer Reiki energy balancing therapy and guided meditations in the cave. Port Jeff Salt Cave is located at 320 Main Street in Port Jefferson. Find out more about the services they offer at portjeffsaltcave.com

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