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  • The Sag Harbor Masonic Lodge will open its doors to the public on June 4 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., offering a rare look into the society’s inner sanctum, where the Masons have held rituals, meetings, and ceremonies for well over a century.
  • The East Hampton Historical Society’s annual party for members, their guests, and interested others will take place this year at Ivy Cottage, where visitors can enjoy what the society says is the “ambience of a Devonshire manor house,” on Saturday, June 4, from 6 to 8 p m.
  • The Parrish Art Museum’s “Sounds of Summer” music series will launch tomorrow at 6 p.m. on the museum’s terrace with the first of four “Jazz en Plein Air” programs. Organized by Richie Siegler, a jazz drummer from Shelter Island, the concert will feature the Emilio Solla Tango Jazz Quartet.
  • The Perlman Music Program will open its summer program at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island this weekend with two alumni recitals and a family music event.
  • Antonio Cuesta died at home in East Hampton on May 16. He was 73 and had been ill with several ailments.
  • Gregory Zaykowski was always there for a friend in need, his family said. A mechanic who lived all his life on Sagg Road in Sag Harbor, he enjoyed fishing and spending time at the ocean beaches.

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  • After nine years, the Hayground School in Bridgehampton announced Monday there will no longer be a Friday afternoon farmers market on its grounds.
  • The students of the Hampton Ballet Theatre School will perform their spring production, “Coppelia,” a comedic ballet, Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater.
  • Saturday happenings include Record Store Day, the Sportsmen's Expo, and Pints and Pups.
  • Two workshops on important and serious subjects for teens will be held in the coming days — on suicide awareness on Saturday at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton and on dating violence at the East Hampton Library on Wednesday.
  • East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman will be the speakers at a League of Women Voters of the Hamptons forum on Monday at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton.
  • Project Most, the nonprofit that runs after-school programs at the Springs School and the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton, will hold its annual Empty Bowls soup fund-raiser on Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. at the Amagansett American Legion on Montauk Highway.

    This year, roughly 30 soups and stews prepared by expert chefs and local restaurants are expected. The cost is $15, $5 for children under 14. Quarts of soup to go are $15. Doughnuts will be provided by Dreesen’s, and Kona Ice will be there with ices for dessert.

    East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and Councilwoman Kathee Burke-Gonzalez will be honored.

  • Citizens for Access Rights will hold a fund-raiser trivia night at the American Legion Hall in Amagansett tomorrow at 7. Teams of four can sign up in advance for $25 per person, $20 for current CfAR members, at citizensforaccessrights.com. Anyone who wants to take part but cannot form a team will be matched up with other players. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with the first question at 7.

    CfAR advocates on behalf of four-wheel-drive enthusiasts who use the town’s ocean and bay beaches.

  • The Hampton Classic horse show has called for submissions for artwork for its annual poster. The deadline for entries is March 1.
  • Victims of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting will be honored on Saturday, as a group of East Hampton residents initiates lobbying efforts for gun control and school safety.
  • The death of Montauk’s Deborah Lee Scheffer on Feb. 9 has inspired an outpouring of generosity.

    Ms. Scheffer, who died on Feb. 9 at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital from complications of childbirth, was survived by her husband, Dan Scheffer, and the couple’s two sons, Coen, age 4, and Benjamin, their newborn.

    A GoFundMe page was created the next day by the Scheffer family and friends with the intention of raising money to help support Mr. Scheffer and his children through the difficult times to come.