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  • Thursday, July 31
    BENEFIT SOFTBALL, Travis Field memorial tournament, opening games, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, 5 p.m.
    BEACH VOLLEYBALL, league games, Kirk Park Beach, Montauk, 6 p.m.

    Friday, August 1
    BENEFIT SOFTBALL, Travis Field memorial tournament games, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, 5 p.m.

    Saturday, August 2
    RUNNING, East Hampton Rotary Club 10K and 5K races, Fresh Pond, Amagansett, 9 a.m., check-in, 8-8:45.

  • “Jazz Goes to the Movies,” a free program of Hollywood film music performed by four East End jazz artists, will be presented Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library.

    Vanessa Trouble is a jazz vocalist who performs regularly in Manhattan and on the East End, including, last Saturday, at the Parrish Art Museum’s members’ reception in Water Mill.

    Bob Stern, a full-time Montauk resident, has been playing the violin for 50 years, in styles ranging from Baroque to country to jazz.

  • Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present Carlos Mencia on Monday at 8 p.m. as part of its Comedy Club series. A performance at an open mike night at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles launched Mr. Mencia on the path to a successful stand-up career, a popular series called “Mind of Mencia” on Comedy Central, comedy specials on HBO and Comedy Central, and film and television appearances.

  • The Watermill Center is presenting the Scaler Summer Lecture Series, which features notable speakers from the arts, humanities, and science, through Aug. 14.

    The next program, “Music and Memory,” will take place Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Daniel J. Levitin, a neuroscientist and writer, will discuss the art and science of writing music with Daniel Knox, a composer and songwriter.

  • Humor, music, and fashion are on Guild Hall’s agenda this weekend. David Sedaris, an NPR humorist and best-selling author, will bring his trenchant wit and incisive social observations to the John Drew Theater Sunday evening at 8.

  • Sailing, swimming, tennis, ballet, even painting with your feet
  • A funeral for Robert E. Kalbacher of Springs is to be held today at 11 a.m. at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett. Mr. Kalbacher, who was 82, died on Saturday. An obituary will appear in a future issue.

  • Elia Millan, a native of Colombia who made Montauk her home for 30 years, died at Southampton Hospital last Thursday. Diagnosed with cancer several years ago, she had not been really ill until two months ago.

  • Dorothy T. King, who was in charge of the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection for 31 years, died at Southampton Hospital on Saturday following a stroke. She was 84.

    A resident of Gerard Drive in Springs for 43 years, Ms. King retired from the library in 2002 but continued to volunteer there until 2005. She was “a gold mine of information,” Ann Chapman, a library board member, told The Star for a story about Ms. King after her retirement.

  • Pauline Wittmer, who had lived with her daughter on Manor Lane in East Hampton for the past 10 years, died of renal failure on June 29 at San Simeon by the Sound Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Greenport. She was 83 and had been ill for some time.

    Mrs. Wittmer was born in Hewlett on Nov. 13, 1931, to Allen Smith and the former Gladys Morrison. She grew up and attended high school there, said her daughter, Jerilyn Giaime.

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