Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will hold an audition for children 8 to 12 years old for its November production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” on Monday.
The audition for the Literature Live! production, directed by Joe Minutillo, will take place from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Performers of all ethnic and racial backgrounds living within 50 miles of Sag Harbor have been encouraged to attend. Performance dates are Nov. 5 through
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will open its Salon Series of classical piano concerts with the Lysander Piano Trio on Friday, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. Due to the past popularity of the series, a second performance by the trio will take place on Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. Each concert will be followed by an opportunity to meet the artists.
The John Drew Theater Lab will present a free reading of “Eastern Standard,” a play by Richard Greenberg, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Peter Connolly will direct the production, with a cast of Chloe Dirksen, Joanna Howard, Kate Mueth, Christian Scheider, Tristan Vaughan, and Mr. Connolly.
John Canemaker, who won a 2005 Oscar for his animated short “The Moon and the Son,” an imagined conversation with his father, will venture into “the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic,” according to his new book’s subtitle, through one Herman Schultheis next Thursday at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton.
A New York man who left a blue canvas bag on an outdoor picnic table at Brent’s on Sept. 17 while he went into the store for a short time, returned to find his wallet missing. Jonathan Papaik told police the brown Coach wallet contained about $400, credit cards, and two gift cards with several hundred dollars on them. The police report was censored, but it appears that the thief used one of the credit cards at the store’s cash register.
Registration is under way for the East Hampton School District’s adult education classes, which will start the week of Oct. 7 at the high school, middle school, and East Hampton Indoor Tennis.
This fall’s offerings range from songwriting and Pilates to tennis and technology classes, all of which will run only with sufficient enrollment. Registration and payment is directly with the instructors.
Is it a plant, an animal, or something else altogether? Tyler Armstrong of the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton will explore the world of mushrooms, a k a fungi, in a program on Sunday for 8 to 12-year-olds. Starting at 10 a.m., kids will learn about how we use fungi and how they grow and reproduce. Then they’ll take a walk behind the museum to look for “the fungus among us.” Advance registration has been requested.
Robert E. Kalbacher, the founder of Kalbacher’s Auto in Springs, died on July 19 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. He was 82. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. He had been in ill health for a few years, his family said.
Mr. Kalbacher, known as Bob, started his auto repair business in 1964 and expanded it to include storage in 1981. Kalbacher’s Auto, which specializes in imported cars, is now run by his son Robert Kalbacher of East Hampton.
Harry Lee Hinson, an interior designer who founded Hinson & Company, a leading wallpaper, textile, and lighting company, died on Sept. 4 at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia Hospital in Manhattan. He was 76.
Anthony Mammano, who had his own business making custom cabinetry and doing glasswork, died at Southampton Hospital after a short illness. He was 63 and had recently had several strokes and pneumonia.
Mr. Mammano, who was known as Tony, was a member of the Living Water Full Gospel Church in Wainscott, where he volunteered to help run the food pantry. He also volunteered his time for fund-raisers for the East Hampton Food Pantry and for the Clamshell Foundation here.
Elements Fitness, a barre and dance-fusion studio on East Hampton's Newtown Lane, will show its appreciation for local teachers and employees with a discounted barre fitness class on Tuesday and discounts on class package purchases that day and through the end of the month.
The East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society's Bargain Box thrift shop opened on Tuesday ready for the change in weather. After clearing out summer merchandise with a dollar sale last week, the L.V.I.S.
With the goal of recruiting more local residents who can produce their own TV programming, East Hampton’s public access station, LTV, has planned an orientation workshop for Monday night at its studio in Wainscott.