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  • Walter Klauss, founder and conductor of the Musica Viva concert series in New York City and an organist who has performed internationally, will give a free recital at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor on Sunday at 3 p.m.

    The program will include Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor, which Mr. Klauss will play on the church’s 1845 Erben organ, the oldest church organ on Long Island. Mr. Klauss has traveled widely as a recitalist, most recently to perform with the Zurich Symphony Orchestra.

    A reception will follow the recital.
     

  • The Raggle Taggle Gypsy-Os will perform Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library as part of its summer music series. Band members, professional musicians from Brooklyn, perform a full range of Irish music, from traditional to contemporary, as well as American folk music, bluegrass, and country.

    Performers include Jordan Shapiro, guitar, accordion, and vocals, Sarah Alden, fiddle and vocals, and Tim Kiah, bass and vocals. The library’s concerts are free and open to the public.
     

  • “Voyeur,” a production of the Neo-Political Cowgirls, will take place on five evenings beginning next Thursday at 7, at the Parsons Blacksmith Shop in Springs, across from Ashawagh Hall. Founded and directed by Kate Mueth, the company is dedicated to creating innovative dance theater that explores the female voice.

  • LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will present “Opera Al Fresco,” a program directed by Eve Queler, an internationally acclaimed conductor, on Friday, Aug. 1. The evening will begin with a reception at 6, followed by the performance at 7 and, for patrons, benefactors, and sponsors, supper at 8:30.

  • Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present “A Divine Evening With Charles Busch,” who will be accompanied by Tom Judson, on Saturday at 8 p.m. Mr. Busch, an actor, playwright, novelist, screenwriter, director, and drag legend, is the author and star of such plays at “The Divine Sister,” “Vampire Lesbians of Sodom,” and “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” which ran on Broadway for almost two years and received a Tony Award nomination for best play.

  • Over 600 bicyclists took part in the annual ride Saturday. It supports the Wounded Warrior Project.
  • Fei Shao and Peter W. Emmerson were married on July 6 at their house on Kirk’s Place in Northwest, East Hampton. The Rev. Denis Brunelle of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church performed the ceremony, and a reception followed at the house.

    On their wedding day, both men wore cream linen suits and white shirts. Their best men, Frank Burnes and Kevin Truex, both of East Hampton, wore navy blazers, white shirts, and cream trousers.

  • The Circus Is Coming

    The Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars will set up its tents at the Shinnecock Powwow Grounds in Southampton on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for shows at 5 and 8 p.m. The circus will include aerial performers such as the Corps de Ballet and Petya, as well as the Fassio Family and their trained dogs, Lana and Company, a mother-and-son hand-balancing duo, clowns, the ThunderDrome, and a human cannonball, not to mention the tiger and elephant acts.

  • Monte Wolfson, a retail executive who had a key role in engineering some of the most important innovations of the modern apparel industry, died at Calvary Hospital Hospice in the Bronx on July 2 after a brief illness. He was 91.

  • A memorial service for Elizabeth Ann (Betsy) Keller of Montauk, who died in her sleep at home at Camp Hero on Dec. 14, will be held at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Nancy Howarth officiating. Mrs. Keller was 61.

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