Arts

A small tulip — just a single tulip — may take the meticulous Ms. Kluglein four days to paint
The botanical artist Karen Kluglein lives in a pine forest in Northwest, where she competes with the deer for much of her subject matter. Her watercolor of Rosa rugosa will be this year’s poster for the upcoming Ladies Village Improvement Society Fair. Durell Godfrey

The eighth and most poignant, sometimes wrenching, album by Taylor Barton
On Taylor Barton’s forthcoming release, “Everybody Knows,” the recording artist addresses the sudden passing of several people close to her, including her older sister, Blair Lee Barton. Morgan McGivern

A concert by the combined St. Agnes Cathedral Choirs

The second production in the Bay Street Theatre’s summer Mainstage season

At the Clark Arts Center

A free concert at the Montauk Library

The Lone Sharks at Cooper’s Beach

At the Bridgehampton Museum

George Frideric Handel’s well-known Baroque masterpiece “Israel in Egypt” and Cantata 79 by J.S. Bach
Mark Mangini will direct three musical ensembles for Handel’s “Israel in Egypt” summer concert of the Choral Society of the Hamptons.

Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater is booked every night