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Sag Harbor’s academic rigor is well respected in the country, Hamptons Mouthpiece contributor Allura Leggard discusses the IB (The International Baccalaureate) and the advantages and disadvantages of starting school at a later time and ending school later. Superintendent Katy Graves will be retiring in January 2020 after 6 years and Allura discusses with Ms. Tice what the process is to find someone new to fill that role.

Ms. Tice is the only current board member that has been through the process before. All of the current board members and candidates have never been involved with the search for a new Superintendent, her experience will be a benefit to this strenuous process.

Sag Harbor: Katy’s Courage 5K April 13, 2019 Rain or Shine

Water Street, Sag Harbor
7:00 – 8:15 am check-in
8:30 am start

$25 pre-registration
$30 day of race
https://katyscourage.org/upcoming/katys-courage-5k-april-13-2019/

Sag Harbor: The race starts on Water Street and finishes adjacent to the water and a beautiful harbor. The course is flat with only a few small gentle hills.

Content provided by Katy’s Courage organization:
The race was originally organized by the East End Road and Trail Runners Club, RRCA to benefit Katy’s Courage 501(c)3 with net proceeds of this year’s race going toward local scholarships and in support of the newly formed partnership: Katy’s Kids @ CMEE Center for Grieving Children and Their Families with the goal of continuing the program started in the summer of 2015 to offer play and expressive peer support opportunities for East End children and adolescents in collaboration with the Children’s Museum of the East End. The focus of the peer group support will be grief or loss and will utilize modalities such as art, music, poetry, dance/movement and drama in a friendly, familiar and supportive environment.

It’s that time of the year for the Annual Love Bites Event Benifiting Katy’s Courage that supports Katy’s Kids @ CMEE Center for Grieving Children and Adolescents In honor of Katy Stewart. Over 20 Caterers/Restaurants participate in this evening of delicious food, fun cocktails, awesome people and great music provided by DJ Michael of East End Entertainment. Tickets are $100 or $150 for two.. click on link to purchase tickets https://katyscourage.org/upcoming/love-bites-2019/

This year Katy’s courage honors the Culinary Community of the Hamptons. Bring your appetite and seek out Hamptons Mouthpiece to have your photo taken, it will be featured on our social Media.

January 26, 2019
The Muses
111 Saint Andrew Road
Southampton, NY 11968
(Snow date February 9)

2018 East Hampton House & Garden Tour Benefiting the East Hampton Historical Society, Cocktails and Tour Welcome In the Holiday Season 

Opening Night Cocktails at Maidstone Club: Friday, November 23 (6 – 8 p.m.) House Tour: Saturday, November 24 (1 – 4:30 p.m.)

 The East Hampton Historical Society announced their 2018 House & Garden Tour, showcasing some of the finest examples of historical and modern architecture in the Hamptons.  This year’s tour consisting of five unique houses is scheduled for Saturday, November 24, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. 

A kick-off Cocktail Party on the evening of Friday, November 23, welcomes in this year’s highly anticipated House Tour. This annual event, now in its 34thyear, will be held at the historical Maidstone Club, ringing in the East End holiday season in style!

Explore our Historical Past through a Kaleidoscope of Distinctive Houses By Sea, By Bay and South-of-the Highway

The East Hampton Historical Society’s House Tour Committee has creatively selected five houses that express the unique spirit of living on the East End.  The society’s annual house tour offers a one-time-only glimpse inside some of our town’s most storied residences.  Whether you’ve longed to step inside a landmarked residence along East Hampton’s Historic District, yearned to take a peek at well-appointed homes South-of-the-Highway, or prefer the clean lines of contemporary architecture – this year’s tour offers a combination of houses that are sure to delight.

Step back into History, The David Huntting House, circa 1800

Located in East Hampton’s Historic District, the David Huntting House is one of five distinguished homes on the 2018 East Hampton House & Garden Tour, traditionally held over Thanksgiving weekend. This stately shingled house is known, by local architectural historians, for its beautifully proportioned pilastered front door surround, its paneled double doors and a remarkable curving stairway. The house has undergone a major renovation and restoration in the last two years and looks refreshed and appealing. Come and get first looks at this historical gem!

Inspired by an Exclusive Adirondack Resort –See what Dreams are made of…

9 Two Holes Of Water Rd, East Hampton, NY

Known as the William H. Babcock House (circa 1720), this regal residence originally stood on Main Street and was relocated to its present location in 1964.  The white picket fence is a replica from its Main Street days. The owners, working with East End architect Kitty McCoy, renovated the historic timber frame house in 2016-17.  Materials and details from the existing house were judiciously added to the new additions.This aesthetically pleasing, local landmark is now located South-of-the-Highway, East Hampton Village.

South-of-the Highway , 1720 Meticulous Renovation

Tria Giovan Photography

Known as the William H. Babcock House (circa 1720), this regal residence originally stood on Main Street and was relocated to its present location in 1964.  The white picket fence is a replica from its Main Street days. The owners, working with East End architect Kitty McCoy, renovated the historic timber frame house in 2016-17. Materials and details from the existing house were judiciously added to the new additions.This aesthetically pleasing, local landmark is now located South-of-the-Highway, East Hampton Village.

A Modern “Box” Infused with Warmth, Color and the Illusions of Space

Situated on Bluff Road, overlooking the Atlantic, this spectacular Modern house has been infused with warmth, color, and the design aesthetic of renowned interior designer David Netto.  To very loosely paraphrase Winston Churchill, this is the lesson: “Never, never, never settle for a boring house.

Respect the box, but never let modernism harden into a doctrine that stops people from being comfortable or from living the way they want to. It may be the architect’s mission to create a crisp, minimal envelope, but it is the decorator’s job to find ways to add mood and sensuality, even through illusion”.  Enjoy the collaboration of architectural and interior design missions, woven into perfect harmony in this “Mid-Century Summer’s Night Dream”.

“Salty Dog” Begs for some Lap TimeAffectionately named by designer Jessie Della Femina, “Salty Dog” is her answer to the challenge of building a new, modern home that looks like it belongs with the quaint cottages that have dotted Wainscott for centuries. It has been designed to be traditional and unassuming in style – both inside and out – but with modern amenities and technology.  With a smaller lot, the house maximizes its footprint and outdoor features with a small pool, outdoor dining area, and an outdoor sitting area with a fire place. Ms. Della Femina is an avid estate sale visitor with a passion for recovering, repainting and restoring the items she finds. More than three quarters of the furniture and decorative items in the house were found at local estate sales (some were refurbished and others left as they were found). Enjoy “Salty Dog” – bring a biscuit!

Tickets to the Opening Night Cocktail Party are $200 each, which includes entry to the House Tour the following day.  Tickets to the self-guided 2018 East Hampton House & Garden Tour are $65 in advance and $75 on the day of the tour. Admission can be bought via:

  • Website: www.easthamptonhistory.org
  • Phone at 631-324-6850
  • Clinton Academy, 151 Main Street, on Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

*Images and content provided by Lynn Stefanelli, East Hampton Historial 

 

 

 

 

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