Hamptons Happenings


Wine:Look at the Legs

Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece Readers….Yesterday, March 10th I had the pleasure to do something that I have never done before and WHOW was it a wonderful experience. My friend Sharon and I took the Ferry from Shelter Island yesterday over to the North Fork and visited Water’s Crest in Cutchogue, NY. When we arrived we were greeted and asked if we would like to have a wine tasting while we waited for everyone to arrive for our Wine Blending event. The answer to that was an absolute YES….since I was the designated driver for the day, my tastings were limited but Sharon was free to enjoy herself. We started with the 2009 Reserve Chardonnay, I am not a fan of Chardonnay but I did like this wine, it was light and fruity and one that I would enjoy drinking. Our 2nd tasting was the New Release “2010 Campania Bianco another Chardonnay, Sharon loved this one, I however preferred the 1st one, it felt a little heavy for me and I like wines that are very light. Our last tasting with the White Wines was the 2010 Dry Riesling…this was my favorite of the 3 and I loved it. It was perfect for me and I am told that it is a perfect pairing with spicy food…

It was then time for the event and so we were walked to the back where we each were seated next to our partners and we worked in groups. We were given 3 reds that we would be blending.

  • 2008 Merlot
  • 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Grand Vin(cs)
  • 2007 Cabernet Franc Grand Vin(cf)
James Waters the owner and the Wine Maker was the host for the day and we were given a lesson on blending and an overall history of Water’s Crest. Although Water’s crest makes several delicious wines on the East End in Long Island you might be surprised to learn that they do not have a vineyard, they purchase their grapes from another Vineyard who grows grapes in LI and they then make the wine on the premises. We were taught about our Palet’s…how to taste the wine, what we should be tasting, why wine-makers blend wines. Wine makers blend wines for several reasons, from enhancing the aroma -to adjusting the sweetness of the wine.
It was time for us to start blending our wine and that was both educational and a lot of fun. I was not sure how I was going to do on my first try because I do not really care for Merlot. Merlot being the prominent wine I had to come up with a formula that would give me the smooth mellow taste that I enjoy… WHAM I did it…I blended a wine that was so delicious for my taste and Jim(the owner) tasted it and liked it as well. Here was my formula:
(now you didn’t think I was going to give you the percentages)
Look at the Legsnot referring to Larry Rivers sculpture that graces the outside Residence of a home in Sag Harbor.….
Fun Fact: When you swirl a glass of wine and look at how it runs down the glass, you’re looking at the legs. Look at the ring of wine near the top of the glass and how the droplets form and run back down into the wine. These are the legs. I am told they usually occur in high alcohol wines and you’ll see the link between alcohol and wine legs shortly.
Sharon after several tastings finally got her blend where she wanted it to be…you will see in the video I posted her various attempts and her perfect saying for the day..“I don’t believe in wasting”
We were all given our very own personal blend to take home with us and before we left Jim let us each sample a Special blend that will not be ready until 2014..It is still sitting in the barrel until Mid-summer and afterwards will sit in the warehouse until 2014…It was delicious…I am told it will retail for $50 a bottle.
We ended our day at Water’s Crest and the cost for such a wonderful afternoon was only $30. What a find and a definite cool thing to do on a Saturday afternoon in March. Sharon and I left and stopped over at Sparkling Pointe that was literally 2 minutes away. This place is absolutely beautiful and for you Sparkling Wine fans they only have sparkling wine…They are also the recipient of the Jazz on the Vine, LI Winterfest Closing event on March 18th at 330pm…well worth a visit.
There is another opportunity to take this class but hurry class is filling up quickly…
Saturday, March 17th**2-4pm, $30pp**create your own Wine Blend on Saturday, March 10th or March 17th from 2-4pm, for a truly unique experience.  You will have a one of a kind opportunity to create your very own 375ml bottle.  The cost is $30 per person which includes an artisanal cheese plate to pair with the currently released Waters Crest Red Wine flight.
Space is limited to the first 30 people to respond per event date. RSVP required to Waters Crest. 631-734-5065

There is one weeked left for the LI Wine Fest, might be worth a drive From NYC, The Hamptons or Western LI and even NJ…..For more information about Water’s Crest…click here and for more information and the schedule for the Jazz on the Vine that was my experience and as always, Hamptons MouthPiece keeping you in the know!

photo-1Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece Readers....It’s the 2nd Annual HARBORFROST weekend in Sag Harbor, whose ready to get your freeze on for the Polar Bear Plunge? I meet people all the time that say to me you live in the Hamptons full-time and I say of course people live here year-round. What’s not to believe, I remember when I use to only come out on the weekends year-round and dread going back to NYC to live my everyday life. The Hamptons are very quiet in the off-season, but it is charming and peaceful.  As a younger person I would not have been able to appreciate Sag Harbor as a year-round resident, but I can now and it is one of the most beautiful places in the world to live. I get to drive past the ocean everyday and my personal best is driving over the bridge in Sag Harbor, it has the most beautiful sunrise that just takes my breathe away. So you out there that thinks we shrivel away and hibernate in the winter, the Hamptons does not close up after Labor Day..we work, we party, we go out to eat at Restaurants that stay open year-round, we shop, Eli Tahari is open year-round, our kids go to school, BTW we are home to some of the best public schools in NYS. Sag Harbor is one of the most charming towns of which can be enjoyed all year long, take a break if you live in NYC and visit for the day or weekend.
Celebration Kicks off on Friday night The Friends of Yard will be hosting a Winter Celebration Party. **Date: Friday, 2/10/12 
Time: 7pm-11pm

Tickets can be purchased at The Wharf Shop & Sag Harbor Liquors.$30 at the door.

The Friends of Yard will be hosting a Winter Celebration Party at Page 63 on Main Street. There will be a silent auction, dinner by the bite donated by local restaurants and a DJ playing music. The cost is $25.00 in advance & $30 at the door.

YARD is a vital component of our community because it provides positive activities for Sag Harbor’s youth. However, YARD is mostly funded by municipalities which have cut back their funding due to these tough economic times. Now, more than ever, we rely on the generosity of the community to help keep these critical programs intact. According to Debbie Skinner – director of the YARD program, “There’s no better way to kick-off Harborfrost weekend then to attend our gala and support the children of Sag Harbor.”
YARD is a non-profit organization that provides programs and activities designed to keep our community’s kids active, occupied, and engaged. These programs include YARD’s after school program and the wildly popular summer evening program.

harborfrostSaturday, February 11th is the 2ND ANNUAL HARBORFROST Day and one not to be missed. My favorite highlight of the day last year was the Frosty Plunge…these crazy people took the plunge…take a look at some of the photo’s from that event…PHOTOGRAPHY BY KURT … For more information on the event please contact the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce.
Event Date: Saturday, February 11th 3-6pm…I am told that the Frosty Plunge will be the highlight again this year and they will be selling t-shirts…take a look at last years video and see if you find my cameo appearance.
After enjoying the days events at HarborFrost. stay a little longer as the evening continues for a FUN’raiser QUIZ SHOW CONTEST.
Date: Saturday evening February 11th
Place:B’ Smith’s after the fireworks exhibition. 
Time: Doors open at 7:00pm and the quiz bowl begins at 7:30pm and festivities should wind down at 10:30-11:00pm.  Admission is $25 in advance and $30.00 at the door.  It is encouraged advance ticket purchases so that your team is guaranteed a table and admission.   Teams of 4-5 people will compete. Attendees will be assigned tables of 4-5 or 2 teams in a table of 8.  Those that currently do not have a team will be put on a team on the night of the Fun’Raiser! Not to worry…  So get ready for lots of laughs, good fun and good food/beer and wine all evening!
MC of the evening is Mr. Sean Kelly, there will be raffles, Chinese auctions, a $20,00 Super raffle to WIN a a foursome at Atlantic Golf Club that also can be purchased in advance and POP question prizes.  The winner of the Quiz show evening will receive a First place prize of $400.  All interested in purchasing advance tickets for the event and raffles can call the phone # on the Flyer, stop in at the Sag Harbor Express or contact any of our board members.
Information is also on the website
You do not have to be a Sag Harbor resident to come out and enjoy the day. If you live in the Hamptons spend the day in Sag Harbor with your family, enjoy the beautiful boutique stores, the amazing restaurants, stop by our really unique bookstore on Main street…Visitors perfect getaway weekend to spend in the Hamptons…The shopping is amazing, many winter sales and the introduction of the new Spring and summer lines for new fashions in the Hamptons this summer. Hotels and Inns in the Hamptons are incredibly affordable in the winter and you will definitely enjoy your stay. So pack that overnight bag and come on out and enjoy a weekend in the Hamptons…Lets get your Freeze on the Hamptons way.

New Year’s Eve 2011 in the Hamptons
Happy New Year Hamptons MouthPiece Readers it has been awhile since I last communicated with you and for that I apologize. Since we last spoke I have moved and I am finally settled in my new home with a work space to be creative. I am excited for 2012 and the new and amazing plans I have in-store for you my readers. As you know the creation of Hamptons Mouthpiece was to tell you things you may not be aware of in the Hamptons. Although there are many events, businesses , products, news, entertainment, Real Estate, Food and etc… that take place beyond the Hamptons, the primary focus of this blog is All about the Hamptons all the time and only 10% of what happens beyond the Hamptons. I welcome you my readers to add anything to my Facebook Page I will pull information to add to my blog.

This is New Year’s Eve weekend and there is much to do in the Hamptons. I will be unable to attend any of these fun events as I have a black tie event to attend on Friday night in NYC and Saturday night I am hosting a New Year’s Eve party as a favor to a friend. I have put together a list of events if you are visiting and interested in bringing in the New Year in the Hamptons or if you live here and would like to go out. Now you can’t possibly plan on going out without a perfect look…
photo(4)Check out this hot little number at Aimee’s Closet in Montauk that will make a statement…I am considering driving out to Montauk to pick up one for myself because it is both fun and sexy at the same time and anyone who knows me knows that I will be dressing sexy until the day I die…
If Montauk is a little to far to travel then Collette Designer Consignment is another alternative…Ring in the New Year in style! Use the code “newyear” to save 10% off dresses at
So what’s happening in the Hamptons this weekend…
Friday, December 30th, 2011 Monica Hughes will be Singing & Spinning tunes at Copa Wine & Tapas Restaurant in Bridgehampton  8pm-11pm…95 School St., Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Southampton Inn
Saturday, December 31  8:00 pm-1:00 am
$100* per person/Dinner & Party $40* per child
$25* per person/Party Only (includes 1 complimentary drink coupon)

New Year’s Eve Dance with the Who Dat Loungers at Baystreet Theatre in Sag Harbor..Ring in the New Year with the Who Dat Loungers and New Dawn! Plus a DJ dance set, fun holiday films, surprise guests and more! There will even be a special bar/lounge near the stage set up for when you need a little break from all that dancing

Ring in the new year with the Hamptons favorite band, New Life Crisis at 230 Elm in Southampton. Leah Laurenti opens the show from 9 to 10. Band goes on from 10 – 2. Check out the link for details. Space is limited, so hurry and make your reservation!
75 Main..Southampton, NY….10pm-4am
::NEW YEARS EVE 2012::
::MUSIC BY:::::::DJ THEO::
75 will be open for Diner and also will be giving out free Champagne for the toast.
Space is very limited, make your reservation asap…RSVP 631.283.7575
The Living Room Restaurant celebrates New Year’s Eve Saturday, December 31 with an early evening a la carte dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and a $125 four-course prix fixe dinner beginning at 9 p.m.  includes a glass of champagne. Saturday, December 31 @ 5:30 pm**The Living Room  207 Main Street,East Hampton
Fourth Annual New Year’s Eve Masquerade Party on Saturday, December 31 ***10pm-4am.
Table reservations is available and include bottle service with ice and mixers, cocktail service, masks and cover charge waived. Please call (631) 725-0101 for table reservations and pricing.
East Hampton Bowl will have a special New Years Eve party in the lounge with The Blue Collar Band and a bowling special. You can either pay $10 to enter or $40 for bowling and food, too. There will also be a DJ between sets with music going late into the night.
Gurney’s Inn Resort and Spa will be celebrating New Year’s Eve with its annual party. Dinner will also be served.
Southampton Publick House, will have dinner between 5 and 11 p.m. in the dining room for $39.95 and a party in the taproom, starting at 10 p.m.
Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett will be having a New Year’s Eve Party featuring Booga Sugar. There will be a $25 cover and the band gets going at 9 p.m.

Friday 12/30/11 Hotel Indigo and Bistro 72 9pm-1am, The Night Before New Year’s, our first annual eve of New Year’s Eve party, which will feature a Long Island Wines & Spirits pairing dinner & special performance of The Friday Jam with The Steve Watson Trio & Special Guests**Reservations are required for dinner and hotel rooms, and a limited number of walk-ins at the bar for the party are welcome.
$85/Person* (pairing dinner). $59/Person* (dinner). $299/Couple* (pairing dinner, overnight stay, breakfast for 2). For more information call 631-369-2200.
Atlantis Marine World, Riverhead

Fishes & Wishes Family New Year’s Event
Saturday, December 31**6:30pm to 11:00pm
Bring the kids and join us for our annual Fishes & Wishes Celebration! There will be plenty of great food and great fun, plus entertainment you won’t  find anywhere else. Kids are invited to their very own Winter Wonderland, which includes unlimited Submarine Simulator rides, animal encounters, Ray Bay feeding, face painting, crafts, and much more!
You’ll ring in the New Year in spectacular fashion with an evening that includes: Champagne & Sparkling Cider Greeting, Cocktail Hour, Dinner Buffet, Dessert & Ice Cream Bar, Mock-Midnight Champagne & Cider Toast, and Live DJ & Entertainment. Then stay the night Rockin’ & Ringin’ in Riverhead at the brand-new Hyatt Place East End!Call for more information or to register: 631.208.9200, ext. H2O (426).
ANNUAL POLAR BEAR PLUNGE.. Montauk’s Annual Polar Bear Dip, Sunday January 1, 2012 at Gurney’s Inn Resort & Spa beach. All attendees meet at Gurney’s Spa Desk at 11am! A suggested donation of $ 15 per person for Montauk food pantry is requested at the door. For all the spectators: Montauk Polar Bears are expected to be in the ocean around 11:45 am to noon. Hot cider and bath towels are handed out at the beach. Polar Bears may use the spa facilities all day on January 1st.
Well those are my picks for New Year’s Eve…. I am mostly excited about cooking my black-eyed peas for New Year’s Day…It is a tradition I grew up with and I am told it is good luck. So my dear Friends I wish you Happiness, Love, Health and Prosperity for the New Year. I will speak to you again in 2012…Be Safe!…If you want to really know what’s going on in the Hamptons…Hamptons Mouthpiece is your resource..
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”