Keeping Account 06.28.12

Local business news

Scent of Equality
    Bond No. 9 has teamed with the State of New York in naming a new fragrance, I Love New York for Marriage Equality. The eau de parfum celebrates the signing of the state’s 2011 Marriage Equality Act legalizing same-sex marriage.
    The woody, gender-free scent has hints of mandarin, nutmeg, cinnamon, rose, jasmine, and ginger lily. The bottles have the iconic I Love New York logo with a rainbow on the heart. The fragrance will be sold in Bond No. 9’s Manhattan stores beginning on July 24.

Pet House Calls
    Hamptons House Calls is a veterinary service offering pet care in your own home. Dr. Sarah Alward can provide routine and ongoing care, as well as follow-up blood tests and one-time visits. She will work with a pet’s primary vet to provide personalized care.

Festive at Fischer
    Christopher Fischer Cashmere will host a pre-event cocktail party for Festive in Flip-Flops 2 at its shop on Main Street in East Hampton on Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Guests can take advantage of 15 percent off full-price Christopher Fischer collections. Ten percent of all proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society. R.S.V.P.s have been requested by e-mail at

New Brokers at Saunders
    The Bridgehampton office of the real estate firm Saunders and Associates has brought its broker roster to 88 with the hiring of SunHe Sherwood-Dudley and Pamela Stuart. Both were previously with Town and Country Real Estate.
    Ms. Sherwood-Dudley has more than 20 years of experience in the industry. A resident of Water Mill for 13 years, she joins the firm as an associate real estate broker. Ms. Stuart, who lives in Bridgehampton, joins Saunders as a licensed real estate saleswoman. She worked in the fashion industry for 14 years prior to becoming a real estate agent.

Pop-Up and Dance
    From July 30 through Aug. 2, East Hampton Studio will become Dance USA, said to be America’s first pop-up dance studio.
    Broadway show and television choreographers from shows including “Dancing with the Stars,” “American Idol,” “So You Think You Can Dance,” “America’s Best Dance Crew,” and “America’s Got Talent” will work with dancers of all levels in full days of classes, workshops, rehearsals, and live nightly events.
    Registration for the week’s program is $400 at East Hampton Studio, on Industrial Road in Wainscott. Space is limited.