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Saturday July 7, 2018
12:00 AM
Jason’s Vineyard:

Celebrate July 4 at the vineyard kicking back to the tunes of Garrett and Tamara from 12 to 4 PM. On Friday, July 6, enjoy ‘Night Music At Jason’s Vineyard’ with Alberto Bengolea from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. Listen to the tunes of the Pot Belly Stove Band from 1:30 to 5:30 PM on Saturday, July 7. Then at the same time on Sunday, July 8, it’s Marc Morello. For more vineyard news, go to www.jasonsvineyard.com .

12:00 AM
Wölffer Estate:

Enjoy Twilight Thursdays as Ludmilla Brazil plays the vineyard Thursday night, July 5. Savor wines by the glass, as well as cheese and charcuterie plates.

Bring a blanket and kick back Friday and Saturday as the Hoo Doo Loungers take the stage Saturday, July 7. Wrap sandwiches will also be available for purchase. Jon Divello plays Sunday, July 8.

Looking ahead, the James Beard Foundation’s Chefs and Champagne event will be held on July 28. It will include a VIP reception and after party, tastings from over 40 chefs, and Wölffer wines. Padma Lakshmi, co-host of Bravo TV’s “Top Chef” will be the guest of honor. For tickets, visit www.wolffer.com .

4:00 PM
Guitar Masters:

Guild Hall in East Hampton presents its first annual Guitar Masters festival Thursday, July 5 through Saturday, July 7. The festival features performances by some of the world’s finest talent. For more information and tickets, visit Sam Edelman Womens Rumi Mule Dusty Rose Suede h72BUd
. Also, check out the feature on Andy Summers in this week’s issue.

5:00 PM
Bookhampton:

BookHampton in East Hampton hosts Alafair Burke, author of and Cristina Alger, author of on Thursday, July 5, at 5 PM. On Friday, July 6, at 5 PM will be Piper Weiss, author of . Then on Saturday, July 7, at 5 PM, A.J. Finn reading For tickets, visit www.bookhampton.com .

4:00 PM
Palmer Vineyards:

On Friday, July 6, Ahmad Ali takes the stage from 4 to 8 PM, and there will be fresh local oysters and yoga at sunset. Then on Saturday, July 7, from 1 to 5 PM, it’s North Shore Jazz Quartet. Pink and Pigs, featuring barbecue from North Fork Bacon and Smoke House and the release of the vineyard’s 2017 Merlot Rosem Magnum, will be held from 12 to 6 PM.For more information, go to www.palmervineyards.com .

9:30 AM
Tom Twomey Series:

The East Hampton Library continues the Tom Twomey Series this Saturday, July 7, beginning at 9:30 AM with “Big Ideas for Small Gardens,” an illustrated lecture with Charlotte Frieze, and self-led tours ofnearby gardens. Admission is free. RSVP at ALEADER Womens Mesh Slip on Water Shoes White atIWIb
or call 631-324-0222 ext. 3.

10:00 AM
Surfrider Foundation:

The South Fork Natural History Museum invites community members of all ages to the Surfrider Foundation’s Blue Water Task Force Salt Water Testing Workshop at 10 AM. This workshop will inform community members about the Surfrider Foundation’s efforts to improve the water quality of local marine environments. Overall, this program seeks to teach the community about pollution in waterbodies, why it is detrimental, and how each one of us can be part of the solution.

10:00 AM
Teen Community Service:

Teens can rack up community service hours at the East Hampton Library by attending “Teen Tech Time” from 10 AM to noon. Teens well-versed in technology can help adults learn to use tablets, social media, email and answer other technology questions. To register, call 631-324-0222 ext. 3 or sign up with a young adult librarian.

10:00 AM
Vinyasa Yoga:

The Hampton Bays Library hosts “Vinyasa Flow Yoga” with Peter Ames from 10 to 11:30 AM. The class offers advanced stretches and poses. The fee is $12.

10:30 AM
Birds On Beaches:

The SoFo museum is also hosting “Plovers and Terns on Beaches, Oh My!” for all ages at 10:30 AM.

Join program leader John Papajohn of the Southampton Town Trustees Threatened and Endangered Species Program for a walk and discussion on these birds. Guests will learn about the protection protocols in place and the environmental and human impacts affecting them. At this time of year, piping plovers and terns may be on eggs or have chicks running around, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for “hidden” nests and chicks. Binoculars are encouraged. The museum will provide some, but numbers are limited.

11:30 AM
Baiting Hollow Vineyard:

Craig Rose plays from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM, followed by Southbound from 2 to 6 PM on Saturday, July 7. On Sunday, July 8, it’s Ricky Roche from 2 to 6 PM. For more events, check out www.baitinghollowfarmvineyard.com .

12:00 PM
Pink and Pigs:

Get ready for “Pink and Pigs” next week on July 7 from 12 to 6 PM at Palmer Vineyards. There will be barbecue by North Fork bacon and Smoke House and the vineyard release of the 2017 Merlot Rosem Magnum. Visit www.palmervineyards.com .

12:30 PM
Ukulele Club:

The Ukulele Club is meeting at the Hampton Bays Library from 12:30 to 1:30 PM. Participants will learn basic chords, strum patterns, and a few songs in a friendly atmosphere. The club meets twice a month. The first meeting is for beginners while the second meeting is open to all skill levels. Those who don’t have their own ukulele can borrow one from the library and are available for a three-week period each time. Contact Stephen Young at [email protected] to register.

3:00 PM
Geology Science:

The Amagansett Free Library is hosting its “Glow Geology Science Program” at 3 PM for children ages five to nine. In this class, junior geologists learn what makes some rocks glow with magnificent iridescent colors. Mary Riotto, a science educator, will help kids explore science concepts. Registration is required by calling 631-267-3810 or via email at [email protected]

4:00 PM
Live Music In Montauk:

George’s Lighthouse Café hosts live music every weekend from May through September. On July 7 The Sturdy Souls will play from 4 to 8 PM . A full bar will be available with cocktails, wine, and beer along with a snack menu. The cafe is located at 200 Montauk Highway.

5:00 PM
Music And Story:

Alfredo Merat presents a program of Jacques Brel music and story at Canio’s Books .

Located at 290 Main Street in Sag Harbor.

5:30 PM
Yoga for Everyone:

The Hampton Bays Library also offers “Yoga for Everyone” from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. Participants will stretch and tone with certified yoga instructor Andrew for fun and light Hatha and Kripalu-inspired classes and poses. Everyone is asked to dress comfortably and bring a towel or mat. There is a $7 fee for the class. Also offered Monday at the same time. Contact the library at 631-728-6241 or email [email protected] to register.

6:00 PM
Beach Ecology:

South Fork Natural History Museum offers a beach walk with biologist Dr. Keith Serafy at 6 PM along Gibson’s Beach. Dr. Serafy will talk about sand dune ecology and the special adaptations of the inhabitants, adaptations which allow them to survive the stressful dune environment, and how the beach profile changes seasonally.

He will also identify and discuss the plants and animals you find washed ashore as well as those living intertidally. If you have wondered about any beach treasures you’ve found washed ashore, this is your chance to ask an expert about them.

Advance reservations are required for all SoFo Museum events. For more information, reservations, and directions to meeting places, call 631-537-9735.

8:00 PM
Tracy Morgan:

Comedian Tracy Morgan will take the stage at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center on Saturday, July 7, at 8 PM. For tickets, visit www.whbpac.org .

9:00 PM
Karaoke In Springs:

The Springs Tavern hosts karaoke night every Saturday beginning at 9 PM. No cover, just bring your best singing voice. There’s also open mic every Sunday from 2 to 6 PM. For further information, call 631-527-7800.

9:00 PM
Shelter Island Fireworks:

The Shelter Island fireworks show is revered as one of the best on Long Island and is set to blast off from 9 to 9:45 PM on Crescent Beach. The rain date is July 8.

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