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  • The popular series “Fireside Sessions with Nancy Atlas” will return to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Friday, Jan. 2, at 8 p.m. and continue on Friday evenings throughout January and March. Each concert will feature a special musical guest, with Chad Smith, the drummer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, scheduled for the Jan. 2 show.

  • Yaniris F. Vargas and Isaac A. Lopez were married on Saturday at 4 p.m. on Oakview Highway in East Hampton. East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky officiated.

    Mr. Lopez, an East Hampton firefighter, is the son of the late Genara and Alcides Lopez. He has two children, Charlene Lopez of Puerto Rico and Isaac S. Lopez of Seattle, both of whom were at the ceremony Saturday. He studied custom engineering and works in maintenance at the East Hampton Town Senior Citizens Center.

  • Thursday, December 18
    GIRLS BASKETBALL, Pierson-Bridgehampton at Sayville, nonleague, 4:30 p.m.

    Friday, December 19
    BOYS SWIMMING, Smithtown vs. East Hampton, nonleague, Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter, 5 p.m.
    BOYS BASKETBALL, Dalton School at East Hampton, nonleague, 6 p.m., and Pierson at Smithtown Christian, 4:30 p.m.

    Saturday, December 20
    BOYS BASKETBALL, East Rockaway at Bridgehampton, nonleague, 2 p.m.

  • Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor has announced that the musical “Grey Gardens” will be part of its 2015 Mainstage season, with a run from July 28 through Aug. 30. Based on the 1975 documentary film by Albert and David Maysles about Big Edie and Little Edie Bouvier Beale, the show has a book by Doug Wright, music by Scott Frankel, and lyrics by Michael Korrie. Casting and the creative team will be announced at a later date, as will next summer’s other productions.

  • Boatbuilders, Ho!

    Coming to you from a northern land of rocky coasts and extreme tides, Paul Garstide is out with a book for both boatbuilders and fans of watercraft as floating pieces of art. “Plans & Dreams: 23 Ready-to-Build Boat Designs” contains 217 pages of color photos, black-and-white construction plans, and essays that the naval architect and custom boatbuilder living in Nova Scotia has had published in Water Craft, a British magazine.

  • A free screening of Handel’s “Messiah” will take place tomorrow at 8 p.m. at Guild Hall. Christopher Hogwood, a noted English conductor and musicologist, conducts the performance by the Academy of Ancient Music and the Choir of Westminster Abbey of Handel’s most well-known and beloved oratorio. The recording takes advantage of Westminster Abbey’s fine acoustics and architectural splendor.

  • The Hamptons International Film Festival is offering discounted Founders Passes to the 2015 festival, which will take place Oct. 8-12, 2015, through Dec. 31. The passes include express ticketless access to all screenings, opening and closing night films, V.I.P. events, all spotlight and centerpiece films, all general films, all panels and “conversations with,” and other special presentations.

  • AMAGANSETT
    S.T.R. L.L.C. to M. and M. Vasarhelyi, 2095 Montauk Highway, 1.1 acres, Oct. 20, $1,250,000.
    C. and W. Friedman to S. Hash, 23 Bayberry Lane, .29 acre, Oct. 22, $3,400,000.

    BRIDGEHAMPTON
    W. and K. Pelletier to Kloch, Nicholson, and Rive, 2248 Scuttle Hole Road, 2.65 acres, Oct. 17, $1,650,000.
    J. Israel and E. Glicksman to K. and J. Mance, 311 Lumber Lane, 1.98 acres, Oct. 3, $1,775,000.

    EAST HAMPTON
    V. Kehoe Trust to Flex Development L.L.C., 10 Dominy Court, .98 acre, Oct. 14, $860,000.

  • Part Nutcracker, Part Grinch

    The young dancers of Studio 3 in Bridgehampton will present “Mixed Nuts,” a production that is part “The Nutcracker,” part “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” tomorrow and Saturday at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. The show includes ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, and other dance forms in an original holiday story with classic Christmas characters.

  • Alan York, an optometrist with a practice in a building he owned at 1 Main Street in East Hampton Village and a founding member of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, died on Nov. 29 at Southampton Hospital. He was 89.

    He counted among his patients the artist Willem de Kooning, with whom he spent hours discussing the old masters while watching him paint. Understanding how de Kooning painted helped him make glasses suitable for both his close-up and faraway work.

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