“Stand-up at the Bridge,” a program of the Hamptons Independent Theatre Festival, will take place at the Bridgehampton Community House on Saturday at 8 p.m. The evening will be hosted by the comedian Joe Mylonas and friends.
A Long Island native, Mr. Mylonas served 10 years in the Army, including two tours in Iraq, before returning home and starting his career in comedy. A father of two who performs regularly in New York City and on Long Island, he deals with the lighter side of sports, marriage, and raising kids.
Katherine C.H.E., a local singer, songwriter, and mother, will host some two dozen local musicians on Wednesday at 230 Elm in Southampton for “Sing the Peace,” a concert in which artists will perform a song about peace as they define it. Performers in the concert, which begins at 7 p.m., will be invited back to the stage for a grand finale jam. There will also be giveaways of peace and music-related items. There is no cover charge and no minimum drink requirement.
There's just 13 days until Christmas. This weekend you can get your shopping done while also enjoying the festivities at events like the Holiday Stroll in East Hampton or the holiday sales in Bridgehampton. Mark the end of Hanukkah with the Menorahcade that will drive through East Hampton on Saturday. There's something for everyone this weekend.
Carter Burwell, an Amagansett resident and movie composer whose score for "Carol" has made him an industry favorite for his first Academy Award nomination, will be at the East Hampton Library on Friday for a screening of "Gods and Monsters," the Bill Condon film, at 4 p.m.
Before Santa gets busy delivering presents all over the world, he took some time out to be the guest of honor at the Santa Parade in East Hampton on Saturday. People lined the streets to see jolly old St. Nick, as well as marchers and floats parade up Main Street and Newtown Lane.