The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons announced on May 15, that for the fifth year in a row it has been awarded the prestigious four-star rating from Charity Navigator, which is America’s largest independent evaluator of charities. Only 15 percent of charities in the United States have achieved this recognition. www.arfhamptons.org
Join Cantor-Rabbi Debra Stein of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons on Thursday, May 21, from 12 to 1 PM for an exciting virtual opportunity to delve into a fascinating book, “Wartime Sisters.” Author Lynda Cohen Loigman will be joining virtually for a presentation and Q & A. www.jcoh.org
Food As Medicine
Paula Montagna, in conjunction with Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, present a virtual workshop tour about food on Tuesday, May 26, at 2:45 PM. Registration is required. For more information, email linda[email protected].
Honeybee Friendly Yard
The Amagansett Library will host a virtual event with Deborah Klughers, owner of the Bonac Bees. Klughers shares how to make your yard honeybee friendly by introducing landscape practices and plantings that encourage the honeybee and other pollinators. Join her on Thursday, May 28, from 5 to 6 PM. www.amagansettlibrary.org.
Rogers Memorial Library
Although Rogers Memorial Library is closed, its programs are available, and all are invited visit its website to check out the calendar of events like English as a Second Language, or Knitting and Crocheting. You can access hundreds of archived programs and view its new YouTube channel. Sign up for its twice a week email blasts and invites. Anyone not currently on the list who would like to be included can go to www.myrml.org.