Jesse Spooner, Georgica James Spooner, and Nicole Delma enjoyed the Planned Parenthood benefit on Sunday night.
Memorial Day weekend began on the chilly side but heated up quickly with social activity.
On Friday night, the Garden Club of East Hampton inaugurated the weekend with its annual plant sale at Mulford Farm.
Those interested in design and animal welfare partook in Saturday's Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons annual designer showhouse preview at its Sagaponack thrift store.
On Sunday, some 320 residents and visitors still standing supported Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic at its annual benefit, hosted by Steven Klein at his Bridgehampton farm. The party raised more than $220,000, and $28,000 for a new facility in Riverhead.
Durell Godfrey and Morgan McGivern, photographers for The Star, kept up with the busy pace and delivered these photos.
Jasmine Parks, Tony Bowles, and Flo Anthony at Planned ParenthoodMorgan McGivern
Tracey Loggia and Michael Halsband at Planned ParenthoodMorgan McGivern
Reina Schriffin, the director of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, Steven Klein, and Martha Plimpton at Planned ParenthoodMorgan McGivern
Some furry guests at the ARF designer showhouse previewDurell Godfrey
Cindy Lewis, Mickey Ateyeh, Suzy Slesin, and Lisa McCarthy at the ARF partyDurell Godfrey
Joy Behar checked on the adoptable animals in the ARF van on Saturday.Durell Godfrey
Lecia Harbison found some flowers to her liking at the Garden Club of East Hampton sale on Friday.Durell Godfrey
Julie Sakellariadis and Sarah Amaden at the Garden Club of East Hampton saleDurell Godfrey
Luly Duke found a lovely orchid at the plant sale.Durell Godfrey