The Huntting Inn is home to the Palm East Hampton Restaurant. A popular spot for local residents and celebrities, the stunning setting is located on one of the "most beautiful Main Streets in America," according to National Geographic.
Call 631.324.0410 for more information, 94 Main Street, East Hampton, 11937
Wishing All of You a Soulful Memorial Day Weekend.
A time to reflect, give thanks and honor the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for our country.
This beautiful obelisk is in Sag Harbor to honor native son Jordan Haerter, killed in action in Iraq at the age of 19.
A Heartfelt Thank You to Those Who Sacrificed For Us.
We Remember You.
Ready, set, run! The 39th Annual Shelter Island 10K is set for Saturday, June 16, rain or shine!
Runners from all over will run this scenic course, including former Olympians Bill Rodgers and Joan Benoit Samuelson. Following the race will be a Family Fun Post Race Festival and the whole family is welcome to join! The after party will take place on the ground of the American Legion and is complimentary to all runners.
There will be dancing in the street with DJ Twilio, local artisan food trucks, a beer and wine tent, a kids area, a silent auction, a BBQ and more.
Don’t think you can run a full 10K? No worries! You have the option of running a 5K AND walkers are welcome. Cost for the 10K is $40 in advance, $50 day of the race and cost for the 5K is $30 in advance and $40 day of the race. Kids 14-and-under are $15 and veterans are free!
Proceeds from the race will benefit local East End charities including; The Shelter Island 10K Community Fund, East End Hospice and Timothy Hill’s Ranch. A huge thank you to all the sponsors that help make this event possible year after year!
To register visit https://www.shelterislandrun.com/index.html
Winemaker for a Day: VIP Blending Class
Sunday, June 10, 2018
12:00 PM 3:00 PM
At Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard, you have the opportunity to be a winemaker for a day. With this exclusive session, you and your guest will have the chance to learn how to blend a custom bottle of wine as you learn about life as a vintner. $225.
1375 Peconic Lane, Peconic, NY 11958
Phone: 631.734.8282 Ext-2
The library is built on the property of Samuel Buell, East Hampton's third minister appointed in 1746. Buell created the Clinton Academy in 1753 just down the block at 151 Main Street. He founded the original library on that property in 1784. The current library was opened in 1912 and has been expanded over the years. 159 Main Street, 631.324.0222.
East Hampton Beach in 1874, by Winslow Homer
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Celebrate Memorial Day in Historic Sag Harbor, New York 11963.
The Memorial Day Parade will begin at 9am, May 28,
on Main Street.
For the second time in over 300 years, the Village of East Hampton will have a street fair! Look for over 50 booths lining Newtown Lane on Mother’s Day Weekend Saturday, May 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at which local artists, shopkeepers and over 30 non-profits – including the Pollock-Krasner House, the East End Children’s Museum,
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Hamptons International Film Festival (selling rare movie posters), the East Hampton YMCA, East Hampton Historical Society and East Hampton Trails Preservation Society – can display their wares and information.
There will be a Main Street Stage featuring live music all day – from bluegrass to folk to rock n roll. Hampton Free Ride will be providing shuttle service from John Marshall Elementary School parking lot too.
There’ll be plenty of activities for kids including a KIDZONE featuring a climbing wall, jumping castle, face painters, arts and crafts and more. In addition, Golden Eagle Arts will be providing a free “Make a Mother’s Day Card” station on the lawn of Eileen Fisher.
Food Court, Yoga … and Sidewalk Sales!
New this year is a food court featuring lobster rolls, shrimp po-boys, BBQ from Townline BBQ, hand-made fried gourmet wantons, wood-fired pizza, homemade beef jerky from Greenport Jerky, homemade pickles from Perfect Pickle, handmade chocolates, baked goods and premade sandwiches and salads from Mary’s Marvelous and handmade pretzels! Beverages will be handled by Sam’s Beverages and village restaurants will also be offering local craft beverages.
Yoga and stretch classes will be held on the lawn of Eileen Fisher on Newtown Lane.
This year visitors will enjoy a sidewalk sale component whereby businesses on Newtown Lane and Main Street will be able to have sidewalk sales! Look for the Ladies Village Improvement Society, Guild Hall and other businesses to offer sale merchandise. Sponsored by the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce, Ringel states, “It’s a true community event to celebrate Spring, as well as to showcase our wonderful businesses and organizations.” Village eateries will also be open all day and offering specials.
Sponsors to date include DiscoverLI, BNB, the East Hampton YMCA, Tesla, Nest Seekers Real Estate, London Jewelers, WELJ, Ben Krupinsky Builders and The East Hampton Star.
For further information, contact the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce at 631.324.0362 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.