A sign supporting their effort is at the South Ferry dock on Shelter Island. Carrie Ann Salvi
East Hampton Town officials say that they have been forced to take aggressive action to get the Sloppy Tuna bar and restaurant in Montauk to abide by noise, occupancy, and other laws. The club was shut down for several hours on Saturday night. Sunny Khlasa

“Violet the Garden Dragon,” top left, was the overall winner of the Clamshell Foundation’s Sandcastle Contest, while “Extinct by High Tide,” above, took third place in the family division, and “Ted Wins Gold” didn’t need a special prize to know it was special. James Lowney Photos

plaque honoring Sally Martin
St. Therese of Lisieux’s flower garden was dedicated with a plaque on Saturday honoring Sally Martin, a member of the parish who died last year Janis Hewitt

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Among the Hamptons Institute discussions at Guild Hall over the weekend was “Women Rising in the World: Implications for Global Peace and Prosperity” on Sunday with Leymah Gbowee, a 2011 Nobel Peace laureate, center, Dina Powell, second from right, president of the Goldman Sachs Foundation, and Kati Marton, an author and human rights activist. With them were their children, from left, Arthur and Leemu Gbowee, Amber Mensah, and Ava and Kate Powell. Durell Godfrey