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    E. Berkowitz and trusts to Happy Life Projects, 7 Holly Way, .54 acre, Oct. 25, $2,150,000.

    And So It Goes L.L.C. to Mugradamia, L.L.C., 98 Day Lily Lane, 6.1 acres (vacant), Nov. 14, $4,200,000.
    Mulvihill North East to Town of Southampton, Fair Hills Lane, 8 acres (landlocked, vacant), Nov. 18, $1,600,000.
    D. and E. Kreindler Trusts to Rob-Din 1963 L.L.C., 61 Sams Creek Road, .94 acre, Oct. 21, $6,000,000.


  •     Alyssa Bahel was the small schools division’s third-place finisher in the Jim Howard Memorial Invitational’s 3,000-meter race at Suffolk Community College-Brentwood Sunday.

        Bahel’s East Hampton High School teammate Dana Cebulski placed fourth in her 1,500-meter debut, also in the small schools division, and another Bonacker, Allura Leggard, placed 10th in the 55 and 11th in the 300 among the small schools competitors.

  • Thursday, January 23
    BOYS SWIMMING, Deer Park vs. East Hampton, Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter, 4:30 p.m.

    Friday, January 24
    WRESTLING, East Hampton at Shoreham-Wading River, 4:30 p.m.
    BOYS BASKETBALL, Amityville at East Hampton, 6 p.m.; Smithtown Christian at Bridgehampton, 6 p.m.; Pierson at Stony Brook, 5:30, and Southold at Ross, 6:15.
    GIRLS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Amityville, 6:15 p.m.

    Saturday, January 25

  •     The Perlman Music Program has scheduled three concerts by alumni at the Clark Arts Center on its Shelter Island campus. Wanzhen Li, a violinist, will inaugurate the series on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., accompanied on piano by Michael Bukhman. Future performers are Gabriela Martinez, piano, on March 29 and Areta Zhulla, violin, on May 10.

        Tickets are $25, free for guests 18 and younger, and include a reception for the artist after each performance. More information and tickets are available from

  •     The East Hampton Historical Society’s winter lecture series starts on Friday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. The series, “In Their Own Words: Voices From East Hampton’s Past,” will begin with “Frozen in Hudson’s Bay: William King’s Log of the Whaling Barque Concordia, 1864-1865.” Richard Barons, executive director of the society, will narrate and Ken Collum, a trustee, will be the voice of William King.

  •     The LongHouse Reserve’s winter benefit, to be held on Feb. 14 at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan, will feature a performance of “Ballads and Stories” by Bill T. Jones and Dancers. The Valentine’s Day event will begin with a reception at 6 p.m., followed by the performance at 7 and dinner at 8:30 at Adelaide de Menil’s duplex in the Gainsborough Studios building on Central Park South.

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  •        Kristin Laura Andrews, the daughter of Carol and John Andrews of Sag Harbor, was married on Sept. 15 in Lake Placid, N.Y., to Christopher Alvaro Lemos. Mr. Lemos is the son of Nancy D. Lemos of North Bethesda, Md., and Emilio Alvaro Lemos of Pontevedra, Spain.

           The ceremony took place at the Adirondack Community Church with the Rev. John Martin officiating. A reception, with music by Talking Machine, followed at the Lake Placid Club.

  • East Hampton Town

    Affordable Housing Committee

           An East Hampton Community Housing Opportunity Fund committee is to be formed, comprising seven residents who will discuss ideas for the establishment of affordable housing — an item on the new East Hampton Town Board’s agenda.

  • Student Art Extravaganza

           The galleries at Guild Hall will be bursting with color starting on Saturday when the first part of the annual Student Art Festival opens to the public with a free reception and performances from 2 to 4 p.m. Artwork by children in kindergarten through eighth grade will be featured through Feb. 23. The second part of the exhibition, featuring art by high school students, will run from March 1 through April 20.

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