A Specialized 21-speed mountain bicycle that was “left unsecured” at the entrance to Indian Wells Beach was stolen the afternoon of June 25. Eric Kalabacos told police he had been at the beach for an hour when he discovered the theft. Police gave the lifeguards a description of the $1,200 blue-and-white bicycle and asked them to be on the lookout for it.
Butter Lane Farm L.L.C. to Coppelia Rose Farmland, 9 Cody Way, 1.26 acres (vacant), April 24, $1,000,000.
HDE Properties Inc. to M. Shulte, 49 Sunrise Avenue, .15 acre, April 28, $1,035,000.
77 SCH Street L.L.C. to D. and A. Abrams, 77 School Street, .51 acre, April 24, $2,700,000.
S. Leon (by devisee) to Hampton Dream Properties, 15 Tub-Oarsman’s Road, .09 acre, April 7, $15,000.
Hampton Dream Properties to S. Jones, 128 Queen’s Lane, .28 acre, April 10, $160,000.
Thursday, July 3
COLLEGIATE BASEBALL, Southampton vs. Montauk, Montauk School, 5 p.m.
LITTLE LEAGUE, District 36 tournament, East Hampton 9-10s at North Shore American, 5:45 p.m.
Friday, July 4
WORLD CUP, quarterfinal round, Brazil vs. Colombia, 4 p.m.
Saturday, July 5
BASKETBALL, 5-on-5 tournament, benefit Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation, Sportime Arena, Amagansett, from 9 a.m.
COLLEGIATE BASEBALL, Montauk at Westhampton Beach, 2 p.m.
The Parrish Art Museum’s Sounds of Summer series will resume tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a performance by Mambo Loco. Formed in 2003, Mambo Loco blends classic Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican music with old-school Latin and Latin Jazz.
The Perlman Music Program’s summer music school on Shelter Island is presenting two free concerts this weekend in the Geffenberg Performance Tent.
Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. the program’s teachers will present their annual concert. Artists will include Yi-Fang Huang, Jeffrey Irvine, Ron Leonard, Merry Peckham, Itzhak Perlman himself, Patrick Romano, John Root, and Pauline Yang. Saturday’s concert, also at 7:30, will feature the school’s students.
More information and a full summer calendar may be found at perlmanmusicprogram.org.
John Leguizamo, an Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian who has appeared in more than 50 films, will take the stage at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater at 8 tonight with “Ghetto Klown,” a one-man play directed by Fisher Stevens. Mr. Leguizamo will draw upon characters from his adolescent memories of Queens, his early acting career, and Hollywood film sets. Balcony tickets are $45, $43 for members; orchestra tickets are $65 and $63, and prime orchestra seats are $100, $95.
A mailbox along Washington Avenue was reported stolen Friday morning. Bruce Bates said it had been removed from its post at the end of his driveway. It was later found on Indian Wells Beach.
East Hampton Village
A white-and-red 12-speed woman’s bicycle with black lettering was reported stolen from a Further Lane property. The owner told police Saturday that the theft had occurred sometime during the past week, and that workers on the property had access to where the bike had been stored.
On Mondays and Thursdays through Aug. 7, the Water Mill Museum will give children 5 and up a glimpse of the colonial era as they help with a task that was important to daily life then — milling corn into grits, flour, and more. The hands-on milling sessions will be a lesson in engineering and water power, according to the museum. They are free, but advance registration is required by calling 726-4625. Donations will be accepted for the historic mill, which is at 41 Old Mill Road.
An object falling from the sky brought out the East Hampton Town Marine Patrol to search for about an hour Tuesday evening near Gardiner’s Island. Ed Michels, the town harbormaster, said they received a call from a boater, who could not describe the falling object, except to say it was definitely not a body.
“We got the call about an hour before dark,” Mr. Michels said. “We used the whole Gardiner’s Island crew.” The search was called off after about an hour as the sun sank below the horizon.
With the help of other local fire departments that supplied the water, the Bridgehampton Fire Department held a wet-down of two new trucks during a community event at its firehouse on Saturday, keeping in the long standing tradition of spraying water on new apparatus.
Advancements in cancer treatment will be the subject of a symposium Saturday at the East Hampton Library that will feature a keynote talk by Dr. Thomas J. Fahey Jr., a professor emeritus at Weill Cornell Medical College and a former senior vice president at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
There will be refreshments, hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation training, and first aid information. A wet-down celebration for two new emergency vehicles will take place at about 2:30 p.m., and at about 3 a Suffolk Police medevac helicopter is expected to land in the ball field next door.
The causes and effects of sometimes toxic algal blooms in East End ponds will be Christopher Gobler’s subject when he speaks on Saturday at 5 p.m. as the next guest of the East Hampton Library’s Tom Twomey lecture series.