In a last-minute change of venue due to damage to the Quogue Field Club course caused by that nasty Tropical Storm Irene, the Quogue School Scholarship Committee will host the fifth annual golf outing to benefit the school’s Scholarship Fund at Hampton Hills Country Club on Friday, September 23.
In addition to the two scholarships that have traditionally been offered to deserving Quogue students to help them pay for their college education, the committee is adding a third for students who attended Quogue School for at least three years, to be awarded based on a student’s service to the community.
Golf registration is scheduled for 12:30 at Hampton Hills on Friday, with tee-off slated for 1 p.m. Cocktail hour starts at 6 and dinner follows. Cost is $125 for golf only; $75 for dinner only; or $175 for golf and dinner. Make checks payable to Quogue School Scholarship Fund; for more information, call Lauren Battista at 653-5765.
The Quogue Library—which last weekend brought us the special screening of “The Social Network” at the Quogue Village Theater, with commentary by none other than the Winklevoss twins, will present a special lecture on international affairs this Saturday, September 24, at 3 p.m.
International peacemaker and speaker Dr. Emad Ramzy
Philobbos, professor emeritus of geology at Assiut University in Upper Egypt, will speak on possible outcomes of the uprisings in the Arab world, often referred to as the Arab
Spring, and how these uprisings relate in particular to the current situation in Egypt.
The second annual Debbie Morgan Memorial “Clubless Open” golf tourney, organized to honor the memory of the popular and much-missed Quogue sportswoman who passed away last year, was held at Long Island National Golf Club on Friday, September 16. Quogue residents Adrienne Pileski and Bev Cardo were on the team that won low gross honors.
Other Quoguites who sallied forth included Susan Hertz, Joy Flynn, Nina Lawson, Stefanie Beck, Eileen Imber, Chris Talbot, Patti Donlan, and Jean Carbone. Proceeds from the tournament will be donated to the Dr. Anne Moore Cancer Research Fund, which received FDA approval last year for Halaven, a new drug for women with advanced breast cancer.
Another in the series of fabulous Cooking Demonstrations offered at the Quogue Library is scheduled for tonight, Thursday, September 22, at 6 p.m. For tonight’s demonstration, Craig of Block Island Seafood will prepare the “catch of the day.” The fee is $15; call the library to see if there might be a seat left at the table, 653-4224.
Remember to mark your calendar so you don’t miss documentary filmmaker George Motz hosting a show for the Travel Channel called “Made In America” (travelchannel.com/TV_Shows/Made_In_America). The first episode airs on Thursday, October 4, at 8 p.m.
The Quogue Wildlife Refuge is offering a 90-minute Fall Foliage Hike for adults and families on Saturday, September 24, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
The hike will provide a guided opportunity to observe the first signs of the arrival of the new season and to explore the beauty of the refuge. Participants will learn about the native flora and fauna of the surrounding Pine Barrens, as well as carnivorous plants (oh, my!) and fire ecology of the area, will also visit a cranberry bog during the hike. Reservations are required for this free program; call 653-4771.
Guides, ticket takers, decorators, builders, artists, photographers, setup and cleanup crew, spooky characters, and educational characters are all needed for the Quogue Wildlife Refuge’s annual Spooky Walk and Enchanted Forest Trail. The events are being held October 21 and 22, and October 29 and 30.
Adults and families are welcome to volunteer; volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Call 653-4771 for more information.
The Westhampton Beach Class of 1966 will be holding a 45th reunion the weekend of October 21 through 23. For further information, email email@example.com, check out Facebook Class 66 or Classmates.com WHB Class of 66 45th Reunion, or call 631-838-7679.
Be sure to check out Anica Shpilberg’s “Spiral of Life,” the September exhibition at the Quogue Library Art Gallery.