Bay Street Theatre is throwing a Mardi Gras dance party, with music by the HooDoo Loungers and Joe Delia & Thieves, on Saturday night, starting at 8. The nine-piece HooDoo Loungers will bring the music of New Orleans to Sag Harbor with a set list ranging from the Neville Brothers to Dr. John to traditional Dixieland and jazz.
Police received a call Sunday afternoon from the caretaker of an Abraham’s Path house reporting a dead deer on the property, “tied to a tree.” The animal had a broken leg, with “a plastic bag and duct tape” covering it, according to officers at the scene, who noted that the property has many No Trespassing signs posted around it.
The East End Mental Health Awareness Day, a free conference, will be held on Saturday at Southampton High School. Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., who recently helped secure $175,000 in the state budget to support the South Fork Behavioral Health Initiative, is slated to speak about what mental health initiatives will mean to the East End.