On Saturday, five Southampton residents opened their houses to the public for the sixth annual Southampton Historical Museum tour of homes. They included a Tuscan Villa, a property with a windmill, a charming village cottage, an old village farm house, and a house on Lake Agawam. St. Andrew's Dune Church was also open for the tour as was A Butler's Manor.
Ever wondered what kind of toys your grandmother might have asked for at Christmas or Hanukkah when she was a girl, or what your great-great grandfather played with as a boy? Some of the toys popular in days gone by can be seen in a free exhibit, "A Calvalcade of Antique Dolls and Toys," at the East Hampton Historical Society's Clinton Academy in East Hampton on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 through the end of December. The photos here show just a few of the toys in the exhibition, which includes items on loan from many local families.
The Parrish Art Museum opened two new exhibitons on Saturday night and presented a performance and talk by two of the artists now on view on Sunday.
A sizable group gathered on Sunday to hear Steven and William Ladd discuss their installation and exhibition "Mary Queen of the Universe," centered on their childhood and Catholic school education in Missouri.