East Hampton Notes 04.05.18

Local News of East Hampton
Kids got ready for the mad scramble at the East Hampton Democrats’ Easter egg hunt in Herrick Park on Saturday. Durell Godfrey Photo

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Trees and how to care for them will be the subject of a panel discussion on Monday at 3 p.m. in St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Hoie Hall organized by the Ladies Village Improvement Society. Experts will take questions about all things trees. The panelists will be Deborah Green from Bartlett Tree Experts, Mike Gaines from CW Arborists, Charlie Marder from Marders, and Mariah Whitmore from Whitmore’s. 

The program will be moderated by Olivia Brooks, the L.V.I.S. tree committee chairwoman. Interested members of the public have been invited; R.S.V.P.s can be sent to info2@lvis.org.

 


“Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House,” a film about the Watergate scandal starring Liam Neeson, will be shown at the East Hampton Library tonight at 5 p.m.

Craig Boyd will perform solo jazz guitar at the library on Saturday at 1 p.m. Mr. Boyd is a professor of music at Suffolk Community College. His album “Back on Track” has received airplay on smooth jazz stations across the country.

Also at the library on Saturday, the East Hampton Group for Good Government has organized a 3 p.m. panel discussion on aspects of the Deepwater Wind offshore turbine plan. Panelists include representatives of the Deepwater company, environmental groups, and commercial fishing.

A support group for Alzheimer’s disease caregivers meets at the library at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. It is set up by the Alzheimer’s Association Long Island Chapter.

Meaghan Guzman, a certified lactation counselor, will lead a breastfeeding class for new mothers on Wednesday at 10 a.m.

“The Black Road” by Tania Carver is the mystery book club’s next subject, with a discussion meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

The Friday, April 13, movie, at 1 p.m., will be “Experiment in Terror,” which starred Lee Remick as a bank teller threatened by a murderer.

 


A weekly bereavement group run by East End Hospice meets on Tuesdays from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the East Hampton Healthcare Center on Pantigo Place. A once-a-month program will happen next Thursday at 3:30 p.m. Information about East End Hospice’s bereavement programs and counseling is available at 631-288-8400.

 


Looking ahead to April 14, the Historical Farm Museum on North Main and Cedar Streets will celebrate its spring reopening with country music, dancing, and tours of its new farm tools exhibit, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A $5 donation to help support the museum has been suggested.