Southampton Cultural Center's Second Annual Wine and Roses Gala Is June 4 At Southampton Social Club - 27 East

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Southampton Cultural Center’s Second Annual Wine and Roses Gala Is June 4 At Southampton Social Club

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author on May 28, 2017

Fine dining and live and silent auctions will be featured during An Evening of Wine and Roses, a benefit for the Southampton Cultural Center taking place at Southampton Social Club on Sunday, June 4.

The cultural center in Southampton Village combines visual art, education, music, dance, theater and more to connect and engage the East End with the arts. The gala will raise funds to support the nonprofit organization’s programs that have benefited the community for more than 30 years.

Several notables will be honored at the event, with WNBC news anchor Gus Rosendale serving as host. Honorees include New York Times best-selling author and Sag Harbor local Tom Clavin, Sag Harbor restaurateur and mental health advocate Dan Gasby, Southampton author and educator Phil Keith, Peconic Public Broadcasting radio personality Bonnie Grice, Southampton artist Paton Miller and Southampton Village Mayor Mark Epley.

The event takes place at 256 Elm Street from 5 to 8 p.m. General admission is $225; for guests age 35 and under, the price is $125. To reserve tickets, visit scc@scc-arts.org or call 631-287-4377.

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