2011 Events

khl_7418ITS A SPOOKY HALLOWEEN IN THE HAMPTONS..Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece readers…sorry it’s been a week since I last posted, so much is happening in my life that has me running all over the place and therefore it has been difficult to focus on writing something worth reading. .I must admit I love looking at the Village annual Halloween outrageous parade (see last years pictures)..  ..I would prefer staying in the Hamptons however, there is a wonderful vibe and I feel safe….I really love this small town I live in especially during Halloween, it reminds us all the joy of being a kid. I love how all of the the stores and the homeowners really get into the Halloween spirit and the hundreds of kids that come knocking on your door to get that favorite piece of candy. My favorite candy has always been snickers and each year I take out all of the snickers bars and feast…I know, I know I should not, but I cannot help myself I am freakin addicted to the snickers bar….So this is the 1st year that I will not be walking down Main Street in Sag Harbor on Halloween with Allura, she has Field Hockey practice and therefore no Main street, but don’t feel so bad for her yet because we will be going to East Hampton I hope. I say I hope because she is a Pre-teen and therefore the plans are not set until 15 minutes before they are to begin. Ahhh the joy of being a teen with no worries…I love trick-o-treating in East Hampton because many of the homes are decorated and the inner child has emerged from many of these adults. I love to see so many children all dressed up and the joy that you see on their face as you open the door with a bowl full of candy. I do feel for those who have no candy and hide in their homes afraid to answer the doors because children can be merciless when you hold out on the Candy on Halloween….SO BUSINESSES ON MAIN STREET TAKE A HINT AND MAKE SURE YOU OPEN YOUR DOORS AND WELCOME ALL OF THE CHILDREN…..DO NOT RUN OUT OF CANDY…Apples and Raisins are not a winner with kids… So with that being said, lets take a sneak peak at what’s happening this Halloween Weekend in the Hamptons…
**Southampton Kiwanis Creature Feature Halloween Party
Saturday, October 29 · 8:00pm – 11:30pm
Water Mill Community Club
Nowedonah Ave, Water Mill, NY
Music by DJ Rah G Raj. $500 prize for best costume. Proceeds will benefit the Southampton Kiwanis Club Community service fund. Tickets are $40 each and are available at the Carpetman and Evolution Fitness, and at the door. 21 and over please.
Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor
Fri, Oct 28, 20117:30 PM. Sat, Oct 29, 2011 7:30 PM
Frankenstein Follies The Ghoulishly Fun Musical Revue Stages’ 17th Annual Halloween Bash This Year on Halloween Weekend! Stages, A Children’s Theatre Workshop, Inc. is throwing the Halloween Bash you and your children won’t want to miss! The main event is Frankenstein Follies, a Halloween-themed musical review directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard. Frankenstein Follies features all your favorite monsters and ghouls with a cast of thirty-nine local young performers. There will be Halloween fun for young and old, including face painting, a “tattoo” parlor, a crazy fortune teller and a terrifyingly tasty treat bar for the scary sweet tooth in us all. Now returning for its seventeenth year, Frankenstein Follies has become a favorite on the East End. We’ve added a show! Join the fun at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Friday, October 28th at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, October 29th at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, October 30th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $15, which include the show and the fun carnival bash immediately following the show. Proceeds help support Stages’ scholarship program. Seating is limited, so call now to buy your ticket for this popular event. Call the Bay Street Theatre box office at (631) 725-9500. For more information call Stages at (631) 329-1420..Price $15
Fri, Oct 28, 2011 6:00 PM-7:00 AM
Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center
431 East Main Street, Riverhead NY 11901
Friday, October 28, 2011 6:00pm to 7:00am Buoys and ghouls of all ages are invited to grab their sleeping bags, dress in Halloween costumes, and bunk down for an exciting night of scary, slimy marine animals. Families will enjoy creepy crawly craft time, spooky story time, a haunting movie presentation, along with dinner and breakfast. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes. Price: $60.00 plus tax, all ages ($40.00 plus tax for Aquarium Members) Note: Children under 2 are free. Reservation required – call 631.208.9200, ext. H2O (426) to make your reservations. Limit: 100 participants; no refunds or exchanges.
631 208-9200 http://www.longislandaquarium.comPrice: 60 + tax
Sag Harbor Whaling Historical Museum host “The Haunted Wailing Museum…200 Main Street, Sag Harbor..Haunted Tours Nightly..October 21 thru 23 & 10/2-10/30**6-9pm $10 per body…Sag Harbor Ghost Walks**October 28-30 6-9pm $25 per body
Children’s Tours**October 30th 12n-3pm*$5 per body

Fri, Oct 28, 20117:00 PM-10:00 PM… Southampton Youth Services
1370A Majors Path, Southampton
Grades 6th and up. $5 admission, free transportation provided, come navigate the Haunted Path where ghouls and spooks lurk. If you find your way out, stay for Sports and Rec night! 631 702-2427…Price: 5.00
@ B’Smiths in Sag Harbor**Saturday October 29th**$25 cover charge….$500 1st Prize BEST 70’s Costume
Friends I am told that this is one of the Best Parties and one not to be missed…
Sat, Oct 29, 201110:00 AM**Sun, Oct 30, 201112:30 PM
Westhampton To Montauk
Halloween Walk-About:
Hampton Bays on Saturday, October 29, at 10 a.m. Stop at any merchants who display a Mark Sinclair Foundation pumpkin in their window. 728-6784
East Quogue Halloween Parade:
The East Quogue Chamber of Commerce and the East Quogue PTA will hold its annual “Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Carving Contest” on Saturday, October 29, at 5:30 p.m., starting at the East Quogue Firehouse and proceeding to the Village Green.
Southampton Rag-A-Muffin Parade: The 21st Annual Southampton Chamber of Commerce Ragamuffin Parade & Pumpkin trail will start on Sunday, October 30, at 12:30 p.m., beginning at Agawam Park for free photos by Southampton Village Photo and Graphics on “props” provided by Pumpkintown at Hank’s Farm. The Parade will start at 1PM at Agawam Park then proceed through the streets of Southampton Village (Windmill La., Nugent St., Main St., and Jobs La.) Parade followed by a trick-or-treat “Pumpkin Trail.” Local merchants will distribute special treats to children in costume ages 9 and under. Participating merchants will be designated by a paper pumpkin in their window. 283-0402 |
 Sag Harbor Rag-A-Muffin Parade: Dress up in your spookiest or cutest costume and participate in the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Sag Harbor Rag-A-Muffin Parade” on Sunday, October 30, from 1 to 3 p.m. Meet in the parking lot behind BookHampton and parade down Main Street to the Whaling Museum.
Sagaponack Common School: will host its “Haunting Sagaponack and Parade” on Monday, October 31, at 9 a.m. Costumed children will parade from the school, trick-or-treating at several homes and businesses along the way to the post office, Amagansett School PTA: will host this year’s “Amagansett Halloween Parade” on Monday, October 31, at 4 p.m., starting at the Amagansett School and proceeding west down Main Street through the hamlet. 267-3572.
Montauk School PTA: will host its annual “Halloween Parade,” for children in prekindergarten through sixth grade, on Monday, October 31, at 4 p.m., starting at the Montauk Corner Store and proceeding to St. Therese of Lisieux Church.
Sat, Oct 29, 201111:00 AM-1:00 PM
Bide-A-Wee, Old Country Road Westhampton
Pet costume contest and party will be held on Saturday, October 29, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bide-A-Wee in Westhampton. Receive a free, one-year membership to the dog park with a $10 donation entry fee. (866) 262-8133…. 10
Sun, Oct 30, 20115:00 PM-7:00 PM
 Old Whalers’ Church…44 Union Street, Sag Harbor
games for children, a costume parade, and a best pumpkin contest. Dress in your funniest, spookiest, or cutest costume. Bring a potluck dish to share and your best decorated information: 631 725-0894
(Southampton, NY…. October 10, 2011) – Southampton Youth Services, Inc. (SYS) wants you to join them Sunday, October 30th, from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm at the Southampton Town Recreation Center (1370A Majors Path, Southampton, New York) for some Ghoulish Fun! Decorate the trunk (or hatch) of your car for Halloween. Have some spooky fun with your family, co-workers, or your neighbor, creating the “Best Trunk” to win this year’s Trunk or Treat competition. Children will be trick or treating from trunk to trunk, so have plenty of treats ready to hand out. Prizes will also be awarded for best adult costume and best youth costume.The Southampton Town Youth Bureau will be transforming the “Path” Youth Center (located in the Southampton Town Rec. Center) into a haunted house to add to the festivities. SYS will choose the winners of the costume contest during the “Trunk or Treat” parade at 3:30pm. Participation is Free!
Southampton Publick House: 2011 Halloween Costume Party..Saturday, October 29th
10pm-Until….$10 at the door Happy Hour 10pm-Midnight
Best Costume awarded at Midnight…1st Prize: $500**2nd Prize: $300**3rd Prize: $150*DJ Dory spinning all night long…$$3 Pumpkin Ales
The Driver’s Seat, Saturday October 29th... 66 Jobs Lane, Southampton Village
Halloween True Blood Party….call them for details 631-283-6606
Phao Hosts ‘Day Of The Dead’ Halloween Party **Saturday, October 29 @ 10:30 pm
Phao ..29 Main Street,Sag Harbor,11963
Phao will host a “Day of the Dead” Halloween party on Saturday, October 29 at 10:30 p.m. Drink specials include $5 draft pints and Sauza tequila shots. Best costume contest will begin at midnight with winners announced at 1 a.m. Best costume will win $200 cash prize. First runner up will receive a $100 Phao gift certificate. Cost at the door is $5. A password for free entrance will be given out in a Phao e-blast and on their Facebook page. Guests must be 21 or over.


Project Vibe…Halloween Bash**Friday, October 28th 10pm

Buckley’s Inn Between, Hampton Bays..139 West Montauk Hwy…
Well those are my picks for this weekend…for more events check out and for things to do this weekend in the Hamtpons. Have a safe Halloween and Have FUN!

**All events in BLUE are adult only events


Hamptons MouthPiece…It is Labor Day Weekend in the Hamptons…Well Friends it is here already the last official weekend of summer in the Hamptons…It will be a beautiful sunny day in the Hamptons today…This summer in particular went so quickly, I blinked and I was driving Danielle to college….This has certainly been an exciting summer and an adventurous one to say the least…

We rushed home to beat what was thought to be a hurricane but instead was a very strong Tropical Storm….We were prepared for no electricity….we braced ourselves and waited it out…pleased to say we had minimum damage but most importantly we were alive and well and that is all that is important. Many people were complaining that they did not have electricity for many days but many people in New Jersey, Connecticut, Vermont and upstate New York lost their homes and their life savings due to extreme floodings so keeping things in prospective is vitally important.We dropped our oldest daughter off last Saturday to college and it was an exciting time for her and us…I was not sure how I was going to handle the situation once she was all moved in and it was time for us to leave, but I did not feel sad or the need to cry…I felt extreme joy for her because I was just so proud of her accomplishments and all the possibilities that lie ahead for her. I knew at that moment that both Kurt and I had done a great job in raising our daughter and I was comfortable knowing that we were leaving a woman and not a little girl that needed sheltering…

I wanted to highlight a couple of events for this weekend in the Hamptons that might not be on your radar but they are worthy of attending if you have time…

Friday, September 2nd.-3rd…Stop by White’s Friday and Saturday to speak to a representative for the most talk about product line heating up the online chat rooms…IMMUNOCOLOGIE…the 1st ever skin-care formulation to work in cooperation with the skins immune system…White’s now carries this entire line so drop in to sample it and determine for yourself..

Drive-In Movie @ Coopers Beach (268 Meadow Lane, SH) Family Event…Movie:Tangled..7-10pm

Friday-Sunday 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, NY 11932Hampton Classic Horse Show: shout out goes to the amazing crew because they had to quickly take down the tents in 1 day due to Hurricane Irene, they show was delayed 2 days and they worked non-stop to get the show back-up in 2 days..

65th Annual Powwow 9/3-9/6 Shinnecock Indian Reservation – Long Island NY** Southampton Grounds Open Friday @3pm, Sat-Mon 10am**Grounds Close 11 PM
Music & Dance Performance*Sunset Fire Lighting* Dance Specials: Fancy, Traditional, Smoke Dances..Grand Entry 12 Noon & 7 PM
Native Arts & Crafts*Demonstrations*Native Foods*Raffles
Dance and Drum Contest Powwow & Celebration
Tickets: $12 Adults, $10 Kids, Seniors & Handicap
Advance Tickets Available; Credit Cards Accepted
No Refunds Schedule Subject to Change No Pets
For further information call Shinnecock Tribal Office (631) 283-6143
A Benefit for the Shinnecock Nation and the Shinnecock Presbyterian Church
Monica Hughes sings Live at Habro Bistro…313 Three Mile Harbor Rd, East Hampton, NY***Friday September 2nd ***7-10pm…Come enjoy the music, drinks, food and beautiful sunset

Saturday, 9/24-8pm Art Gallery Opening Fundraiser hosted by Luann de Lesseps**
Curated by Samantha Busiello
Sam L Sam Presents 
“Technology’s Affect on Human’s” featured artists are: David Krase, Gusavo Bonevardi, Darius Yekati and Matisse Patterson…proceeds collected will benefit the “Women’s Domestic Violence Abuse Retreat” in East Hampton…
Friday, September 2 @ 10:30 pm ***Social Life Magazine And Porsche Design Celebrates Sonja Morgan In The Labor Day Magazine
Social Life Magazine will celebrate Sonja Morgan in the Labor Day issue on September 2, 2011 from 10:30 p.m. to 12 midnight. An elite guest-list of celebrities, socialites, media and business moguls will enjoy champagne, sangria and DJ Berrie at South…
South Pointe **125 Tuckahoe Lane,Southampton,11968
Contact Information: Norah Lawlor**212-967-6900**
There are many more events taking place this weekend in the Hamptons, I have only high-lightened a few for you…as always you can find out whats happening in the Hamptons at, Danshamptons,com, and many more…But if you really want to know what’s happening in the Hamptons…come back to because we KNOW!!!! As for me I will be having dinner with my family in NYC tonight and on Saturday doing some shopping at some local businesses, like White’s in East Hampton to replenish my make-up, LF Store in East Hampton for some shoes for Allura and Book Hampton for Allura to finish up on her summer reading….attending the Art Show fundraiser at Sam L Sam..hopefully having dinner at the “Living Room”, attending the Races in Sag Harbor Hills and the party later that evening and definitely taking in the Ocean if the weather is good. A big Shout out to my Little Brother Kaza…”Happy birthday Baby Brother” Love you much…
Talk to you soon…Hamptons MouthPiece..”we do the talking for you”

Hamptons Summer 2011 Events….So many events this summer in the Hamptons, want to be seen and hobnob with celebrities like Jamie Foxx (who will be in East Hampton on 6/25)… be prepared to spend some serious moolah….Many of these events are averaging between 250-1500 to attend. Here is a teezer list of upcoming events….more detailed list to follow shortly. If your event is not listed please send me information and I will gladly add it in the updated list that will include more detailed information about the events……There are many events planned this summer in the Hamptons that are free or under $50. Visit Hamptons MouthPiece to see those events and much much more…..

Kites for a Cure
Uniting Against Lung Cancer
Miracle House Summer Kick Off
Miracle House
Southampton Hospital Mem Day Party
Southampton Hospital
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic
Planned Parenthood
Southampton Fresh Air Home
Spring Pig Roast Picnic
East End Hospice
Love Heals at Luna Farm
Allison Gertz AIDS Foundation
3rd Annual PoP  White Party
Pencils of Promise
Time for Teens
Shelter Island 10K Run/Walk
Time for Teens
East End Hospice
South Fork Natural History Summer Gala
South Fork Natural History Museum
East End Hospice Annual Summer Gala
East End Hospice
The Reginald F. Lewis Foundation Gala
RFL Foundation
Starlight Ball
Ross School
Barefoot under the Stars
Group for the East End
Heart of the Hamptons Gala
American Heart Association
Artists Against Abuse Gala
The Retreat
Art Hamptons
Sag Harbor Whaling summer fundraiser
Hamptons Tea Dance
NY Pride Agenda
Parrish Midsummer Party
Parrish Art Museum
Schecky’s Day Out
Bay Street Gala
Bay Street Theater
LongHouse Reserve Summer Gala
Long House Reserve
Annual Summer Gala
Perlman Music Program
Hampton Designer Showhouse
Southampton Hospital
Chefs & Champagne
James Beard Foundation
Scope Art Fair
Artists Studio Tour Kick Off Party
Artists Alliance of East Hampton

Bridgehampton Polo Club
17th Annual Summer Benefit – Paradiso!
local charity(Bridgehampton childcare center
Watermill Center
Art for Life Hamptons
Rush Philanthropic
Super Saturday
Ovarian Cancer Research Fund
Great Chef’s Dinner
Hayground School
18th Annual East Hampton
SandCastle Contest
An Enchanted Evening – 52th Annual Gala
Southampton Hopital
Through Farms And Fields Country Supper
Peconic Land Trust
ARF Beach Party
Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons
Music to Know Concert
Artists and Writers 60th Softball Game
East End Hospice
On Our Toes in The Hamptons
Evidence Dance
Box Art Auction
East End Hospice
Hamptons: It is all about the Art in the Hamptons….The Sixth Annual “Big Show” at the Silas Marder Gallery opening was beautiful yesterday. There were 53 Artists, 159 Canvases in Bridgehampton. They were all beautiful, The show continues until June 22, 2011.. A must see……


There will be several film screenings, art exhibitions and Garden Lectures at the Silas Marder Gallery this year…
Upcoming: June Art Exhibitions
June 25 History of What – Reception 5-9pm
Garden Lecture:
5/28 Hydrangeas
Film Screenings
6/24: Arthur Penn’s “Bonnie & Clyde”
For more events this summer at the Silas Marder Gallery Silas Marder Gallery Events

Please feel free to send me information on your Art Events….Hamptons MouthPiece

to next time…..

Hamptons summer nightlife 2011..It’s that time of the year again…Summertime in the Hamptons…Pop-up’s in East Hampton and Southampton, new restaurants, seasonal business returning, businesses thriving, nightlife returning, visitors from all over the world, beaches opening, farm stands opening, parties, art shows, Polo, 1000’s of charitable events, lobster bakes at the beach, private estate parties and my favorite returning…….BEST EVER Lobster rolls @ Bay Burger returning….
Here is a preliminary list of What’s coming
SL East
Opens May 28, Saturday nights, SL East, 44 Three Mile Harbor Rd, East Hampton
EMM Group partners Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm (think NYC hot spots like Abe and Arthur’s and Tenjune) are replacing Lily Pond space with an outpost of their Meatpacking club SL, called SL East. What You’ll Find: 7,000 square feet of East Hampton patio space, outdoor daybeds and plush banquettes. The latter of which were aligned to form a catwalk. Helpful should a spontaneous walk-off break out.
South Pointe  
Opens May 27, then Saturday nights, South Pointe, 125 Tuckahoe Rd, Southampton, 212-255-1933
What You Seek: The distinct feeling that you’re on a deserted Caribbean island. But with a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system. What You’ll Find: A deck of 12 VIP cabanas cut off from civilization by a wall of potted palm trees, all brought to you by the Windsor folks. Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to communicate with the outside world through message in a bottle service.
The Elm
Opens May 27, Fri-Sat nights, The Elm, 230 Elm St, Southampton, 631-377-3900
What You Seek: Multi-floor, sexed-up gatherings where burlesque dancers outnumber share-house kids.
What You’ll Find: Upstairs: a champagne-drenched dining room. Downstairs: an English study complete with pool tables and live stage shows. Everywhere: those pesky burlesque dancers.
Southampton Social Club
Opens May 28, Southampton Social Club, 256 Elm St, Southampton, 631-287-1400
What You Seek: Minimizing movement after you’ve taken down a multitier seafood tower.
What You’ll Find: An ocean-to-table restaurant that transforms into an unhinged outdoor nightspot the moment the last lobster claw is cracked. Formally known as Madam Tongs
Nobu at the Beach
Opening early summer, Nobu at the Beach, 281 County Rd 39, Southampton, 631-287-9888      
What You Seek: A way to finally bring Nobu with you on vacation.
What You’ll Find: A casual, poolside, Southampton satellite version of the famed sushi dojo. Complete with full catering capabilities. Just in case you’re looking to host a backyard omakase clambake.
Aquatic Adventures
Aquatic Adventures, booking charters now
What You Seek: The Saint-Tropez yacht scene. By way of Long Island.
What You’ll Find: A luxury sea vessel that’ll chauffeur you around the Hamptons, ply you with wine and hors d’oeuvres, and cook onboard gourmet meals out of anything you catch. Or bring with you in a cooler.
Hamptons Free Ride
Launching May 28, Hamptons Free Ride, 646-504-3733
What You Seek: A ride to the beach.
What You’ll Find: A ride to the beach. For free. In an eco-friendly smart car. Apparently you can’t put a monetary value on saving trees.
The Surf Lodge is taking over Second House!
The Surf Lodge, is taking over Second House, one of Montauk’s oldest restaurant/hotels. The concept is still under wraps but if it was anything like last year it will be the place to be.
Hamptons nightlife staple, Dune, is leaving!?
AXE Lounge: 1181 North Sea Road, Southampton
Back by popular demand with a brand new redesign of the entire interior . Music  and event program lined up throughout the summer and kicking off Memorial Day Weekend. The venue is still run by Paige Management (owned by Matt Shendell), and this will be AXE Lounge’s 3rd summer in the space.
Navy Beach in Montauk is Back this Summer…What’s this 2 hot spots in Montauk
Local bands are scheduled to play this summer, expect good vibes and good food once for Navy Beach round 2.
Georgica in Wainscott is Back! They are throwing an awesome pop-up party Saturday, June 4th with Guestofa Guest! Come join! Check out their website for more information on that party
Copa in Bridgehampton: Copa will be hot with Singer Monica Huges on Saturday nights….Monica is an amazing singer who plays some popular tunes and has everyone in the place dancing, sweating, drinking and having a great time…You can Monica at Copa on Saturday nights starting at 830pm…Bring those comfortable shoes because you are sure to be dancing all night..
Phoa in Sag Harbor: Ready to get your grove on in Sag Harbor, join some fun people and an awesome DJ at Phoa on Saturday night’s, if you are really lucky you might just catch a great band that night as well…Age group varies but you will find some really attractive people there, small space at the bar…but who cares if the music is hot and the people are attractive…..right? Come down to Phao every Sunday for “Reggae in the harbor” featuring Project Vibe.
Local Bands to Follow….
New Life Crisis band:   Thursday, 5/26, Georgica, Wainscott, 9 to 1;
Friday, Off Key Tiki Bar in Patchogue, 7 to 11,
Sunday, Tiderunners, Hampton Bays, 6:30 to 9:30;
Monday, Memorial Day, Dockers, E. Quogue, from 6:30 to 10:30.
Mama, Lee And Rose Perform At Turtle Crossing, Turtle Crossing
221 Pantigo Road (Rt. 27 – Montauk Highway)East Hampton
Fri, May 27, 2011 5-7pm
Fri, Jun 03, 2011 5-7pm