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  •     Ralph O’Hear, a carpenter and enthusiastic recreational golfer who lived in Sag Harbor, died on Aug. 21 at Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. He was 46.

        His family said the cause of death was POEMS syndrome, a rare blood disorder. He had been sick for many years and spent the last five months in the hospital.

        Mr. O’Hear was a regular at the Sag Harbor Golf Course and won many trophies for his play.

  •     Christopher William Roberts, an accomplished naturalist and musician and founder of Gardens East, a landscape design business, died at home in East Hampton on Aug. 18 following a pulmonary illness. He was 61.

        Mr. Roberts “could identify every bird” and name plants by their Latin designations, said his brother, Don Roberts of Brookhaven. “He loved nature,” Mr. Roberts said.

  •     Nancy Mulinelli, who was active in the recovering community and who helped the learning-disabled members of East End Special Players, died on Aug. 17 at Stony Brook University Hospital of the complications of coronary disease, from which she had suffered for some time. She was 71.

  •     A memorial service for Adelaide Lizza, a former Amagansett resident who died on Aug. 17 in Palm Bay, Fla., at the age of 78, will be held at the Amagansett Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. on Sept. 14. The Rev. Steven E. Howarth will officiate.

    B. Sidebotham to C. Arena and M. Mezzano, 2569 Montauk Highway, .56 acre, July 12, $1,060,000.

    L. Walters (by executors) to E. and S. French, 1 Sammys Beach Road, .18 acre, July 10, $461,000.
    A. Fried to J. Grossman, 5 Tillinghast Place and lot 7, .33 acre (vacant), July 11, $100,000.
    A. Fried (by executor) to Jon Grossman Associates, 3 Tillinghast Place, .26 acre, July 11, $350,000.

    P. Griffith to J. and K. Campanella, 10 Holly Street, 1.7 acres, June 21, $1,100,500.

  • Friday, September 6
    GOLF,  Walker Cup practice rounds, from 7:30 a.m., National Golf Links of America, Sebonac Road, Southampton.

    Saturday, September 7
    GOLF,  Walker Cup matches, foursomes, 7:15 a.m.-noon; singles matches, 12:45-6 p.m., National Golf Links of America, Southampton.
    RUGBY, season opener, Brooklyn Rugby Club vs. Montauk R.F.C.,  Herrick Park, East Hampton, 1 p.m.
    BOYS SOCCER, East Hampton at Southampton, nonleague, 7 p.m.

    Sunday, September 8

  • The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation early Wednesday ordered East End bays and harbors closed to all shellfish harvesting following heavy downpours during Tuesday's thunderstorms.
  •    Tomorrow, the Parrish Art Museum will continue its East End or Busk concert series on its terrace at sunset with the Ebony Hillbillies, New York street musicians, with an accompanying barbecue menu presented by the Art of Eating in the museum’s café. The concert is free with the $10 museum admission, or free for members.

  •    On the Saturday of Columbus Day weekend, Bay Street will present Betty Buckley in “The Vixens of Broadway” at 8 p.m.
        Always popular, Ms. Buckley’s shows typically sell out. In this one, she presents songs from both classic and contemporary Broadway shows. She has previously starred in such Broadway productions as “Cats,” “Sunset Boulevard,” and “Pippin” and has won several awards.

  •    The Picture Show, Bay Street Theatre’s off-season classic-film series, will begin this weekend with a salute to Gene Kelly. “An American in Paris” will be shown tomorrow and “For Me and My Gal” will be screened on Saturday, both at 8 p.m.

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