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  • AMAGANSETT
    F. Butensky to Ferrovecchio Thompson, 21 Timber Trail, 1.93 acres, May 18, $1,200,000.
    E. Ujvari to S. Dineen, 1910 Montauk Highway, .17 acre, June 11, $625,000.
    H. Hoffman by executors to Moxey Savon L.L.C., 288 Bluff Road, .5 acre, June 4, $2,700,000.
    P. Arbia to K. and K. Lockwood, 71 Gansett Lane, .4 acre, June 14, $2,000,000.

    EAST HAMPTON
    R. Shainberg to A. Schaefer, 3 Yew Street, .29 acre, June 11, $667,000.
    M. Newmark to Abraham’s Path L.L.C., 168 Town Lane, 1.04 acres, June 13, $760,000.

  • Design Studio’s New Web Site
        The Design Studio is celebrating the launch of its new Web site, designstudio-ny.com, this weekend at its Bridgehampton gallery. The gallery currently features the work of John Deng, whose photographs express the life and story of the places and people of China. Refreshments and Raphael wines from the North Fork will be served Saturday and Sunday, and a 15-percent discount will be offered this weekend to customers who purchase in the store or on the Web site.

  • Friday, July 27
    TRAVIS FIELD TOURNEY, “Bracket Bash,” American Legion Hall, Amagansett, 7:30-10:30 p.m.


    Saturday, July 28
    OCEAN SWIMS, benefit Montauk Playhouse aquatics center, Kirk Park beach, Atlantic Terrace, and Ditch Plain, from 7:30 a.m.

  • Waterborne Events
        There will be two waterborne events supported by the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad this weekend — ocean swims of one-half, one, and two miles in Montauk that are to benefit the Montauk Playhouse’s aquatics center on Saturday, and a stand-up paddleboard race benefiting the Retreat at Fresh Pond Landing on Sunday.

  •    The Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 18-02 is offering a boating safety course at the American Legion Hall on Bay Street in Sag Harbor on two Saturdays — Aug. 4 and Aug. 11.
       Both classes are required in order to earn a New York boating certificate. The cost is $50. Interested boaters can register and ask questions by e-mailing cgaux­1802@hotmail.com or calling Tish at 516-818-0347.

  •     The Watermill Center will present a show of the work of the California artist Mike Kelley, who died this year, beginning at its benefit on Saturday night. The tribute to the artist will be open through Sept. 16, by appointment on the center’s Web site. A $20 donation will be suggested; $10 for students.

  •     Guild Hall’s screening of “Babette’s Feast” at 8 tomorrow night will be followed by a conversation with top chefs and a complimentary dessert provided by, of course, Babette’s restaurant. Tickets are $22, $20 for members.
        Before the movie starts, a cocktail reception featuring Scandinavian cuisine will be held at c/o The Maidstone.

  • Buckley at Bay Street
        Betty Buckley will return to the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor with a new show, “Ah Men! The Boys of Broadway,” on Aug. 4 at 8 p.m.

  • “All My Georgias”
        Living history will walk through the East Hampton Library’s heavy wooden door on Saturday when Redjeb Jordania of Springs arrives to read from his new memoir, “All My Georgias.” His father was the first president of Georgia. In 1921 his family and the entire government fled to France, where Mr. Jordania was born, to escape the Soviet occupation.

  • Amagansett

    Charles Boothe, a driver for East End Taxis, reported to police that he had picked up three young women a little after 2 a.m. on July 9 at Rushmeyer’s in Montauk, intending to take them to an address they gave on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton. They agreed to a fare of $75, he said. After asking him to stop in Amagansett so they could get pizza, however, they could not agree on a price for waiting time.

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