Community News for August 26, 2021 - 27 East

Community News for August 26, 2021

icon 9 Photos
Applicants check in at a registration desk at a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site that was organized and hosted by the OLA of Eastern Long Island in conjunction with Northwell Health in the parking lot of the Children's Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton on  August 19.  MICHAEL HELLER

Applicants check in at a registration desk at a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site that was organized and hosted by the OLA of Eastern Long Island in conjunction with Northwell Health in the parking lot of the Children's Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton on August 19. MICHAEL HELLER

Inda Eaton performs as part of the WLNG series of concerts in Marine Park in Sag Harbor on August 19.   MICHAEL HELLER

Inda Eaton performs as part of the WLNG series of concerts in Marine Park in Sag Harbor on August 19. MICHAEL HELLER

Pat DeRosa, recently honored by the Guiness Book of World Records as the oldest gigging saxophone player, hangs out with Ravi Coltrane, son of legendary jazz saxophone player John Coltrane, at LTV Studios in Wainscott on Saturday. Mr. Coltrane played a Hamptons Jazz Fest concert at LTV with the Ravi Coltrane Quartet.

Pat DeRosa, recently honored by the Guiness Book of World Records as the oldest gigging saxophone player, hangs out with Ravi Coltrane, son of legendary jazz saxophone player John Coltrane, at LTV Studios in Wainscott on Saturday. Mr. Coltrane played a Hamptons Jazz Fest concert at LTV with the Ravi Coltrane Quartet. Patricia DeRosa McFadden photo.

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Rector Father Chris Jubinski blesses backpacks church parishioners in Westhampton gathered and donated — filled with school supplies — to give to children in need this fall.

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Rector Father Chris Jubinski blesses backpacks church parishioners in Westhampton gathered and donated — filled with school supplies — to give to children in need this fall. Courtesy St. Marks Episcopal Church

Rob Seifert, by his photography, at an artists showcase, “Visions of Nature Art Exhibition,” curated by Elizabeth Hartman of HartmanonHudson.com, at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge on Saturday. A portion of the evening’s sales benefited the refuge.

Rob Seifert, by his photography, at an artists showcase, “Visions of Nature Art Exhibition,” curated by Elizabeth Hartman of HartmanonHudson.com, at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge on Saturday. A portion of the evening’s sales benefited the refuge. Courtesy Quogue Wildlife Refuge.

Kyle Austin, Lily Hevesh and Plum Nugent work with dominos at the pre-party reception for the final screening of disocvery+'s Lily Topples The World in the 2021 HamptonsFilm SummerDocs Series.     RICHARD LEWIN

Kyle Austin, Lily Hevesh and Plum Nugent work with dominos at the pre-party reception for the final screening of disocvery+'s Lily Topples The World in the 2021 HamptonsFilm SummerDocs Series. RICHARD LEWIN

Mr. Twisty creates balloon animals at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fair on Saturday.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Mr. Twisty creates balloon animals at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fair on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Magic Keith performs at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fair on Saturday.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Magic Keith performs at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fair on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

Paisley Bennett enjoys some ice cream at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fair on Saturday.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Paisley Bennett enjoys some ice cream at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fair on Saturday. KYRIL BROMLEY

author on Aug 23, 2021
Montauk Music For Montauk Returns After a year of virtual programming, films and concerts, Music for Montauk will celebrate the return of live performances with two concerts — one at... more

You May Also Like:

Hot Lunches Feed The Health Of Our Community

With help from a Bridgehampton Lions Club grant, hot lunches are given to those in ... 18 Oct 2021 by My27east

Community Giveback Celebration A Huge Success

Peconic Landing’s Community Giveback Celebration on September 12 raised $20,350 for the Greenport Fire Department. Funds were contributed by participants of the 15th annual John May Mile and 5K Race, as well as community sponsors and local vendors. Since inception in 2005, the annual John May Mile and 5K has raised more than $302,000 to support local first responders. According to the Greenport Fire Department, these funds go towards the purchase and maintenance of rescue equipment vital to keeping the volunteers safe during response efforts. This year, approximately 100 participants showed up to either run the 5K or walk the ... 20 Sep 2021 by Staff Writer

Local National Guard Airmen Receive New Ranks

Major General Ray Shields, the adjutant general for the State of New York, announced last week the recent promotion of members of the New York Air National Guard in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership. Matthew Forbes, from Hampton Bays, and assigned to the 106th Rescue Wing Air National Guard Base at Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach received a promotion to the rank of lieutenant colonel on March 2. Perla Moran, from Westhampton Beach, and assigned to the Maintenance Group at the 106th Rescue Wing, received a promotion to the rank of staff sergeant on ... 30 Aug 2021 by My27east

Parrish Art Museum Raises Over $1 Million During Midsummer Weekend

The Parrish Art Museum’s Midsummer Weekend — a benefit for the museum comprising three distinct ... 23 Aug 2021 by My27east

Unitarian Universalist Congregation Awards Community Outreach Grants

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork (UUCSF) in Bridgehampton has awarded East End nonprofits High Impact Community Outreach (HICO) grants for the second year. “East End Food Institute partnered with the Padoquohan Medicine Lodge in 2020-21 to create a program that assisted 25 families who were in need of a dignified way to access healthy food,” Kate Fullam, executive director of the East End Food Institute, a 2020 grant recipient, said. “Using the HICO grant, we purchased and processed high quality local produce so that the families could access the bounty of local farms without leaving the Shinnecock ... 17 Aug 2021 by My27east

Community News for July 1, 2021

Montauk Book Reading The Montauk Lighthouse will host a reading with Amanda Fairbanks on her ... 28 Jun 2021 by My27east

Community News for June 24, 2021

East End Fireworks on the Horizon During the months when planning took place, COVID restrictions ... 21 Jun 2021 by My27east

Spettell Named Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Volunteer of the Month

The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, 102 Old Riverhead Road West in Hampton Bays, has announced ... by My27east

Community News for June 17, 2021

East Hampton Art Apart The East Hampton Arts Council will host Art Apart on Saturday, ... 14 Jun 2021 by My27east

Stony Brook to Administer First LGBTQ+ Community Health Needs Assessment Survey on Long Island

Stony Brook Medicine is gearing up to administer the first LGBTQ+ community health needs assessment survey on Long Island. The survey is a landmark study seeking vital data that will shape the future of LGBTQ+ healthcare in Nassau and Suffolk counties. According to a press release issued by Stony Brook Medicine last week, it represents the collaborative efforts of Stony Brook Medicine in partnership with more than 20 Long Island-based organizations and community leaders who, combined, reach all sectors of the LGBTQ+ community through advocacy programming and services. The need for the survey became clear as Stony Brook Medicine began ... 7 Jun 2021 by My27east
logo

Welcome to our new website!

To see what’s new, click “Start the Tour” to take a tour.

We welcome your feedback. Please click the
“contact/advertise” link in the menu bar to email us.

Start the Tour
Landscape view not supported
Send this to a friend