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  •     The Met: Live in HD will present Rossini’s “La Cenerentola” at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater Saturday at 1 p.m. Composed by Rossini when he was 25, following the success of “The Barber of Seville,” “La Cenerentola” is a variation on the traditional “Cinderella” story, but the wicked stepmother has been replaced by a wicked stepfather, and a bracelet serves to identify Cinderella instead of a slipper.

  •     Soheil Nasseri, a classical pianist who currently lives in Berlin, will perform at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton on Sunday at 3 p.m. Born in California, Mr. Nasseri moved to New York at the age of 20 and since then has performed in concert halls around the world, among them Berlin’s Philharmonie, London’s Southbank Centre, Florence’s Teatro Comunale, and St. Petersburg’s Philharmonia.

  •     The season finale of the Bridgehampton Museum’s Parlor Jazz series will feature Houston Person, a tenor saxophonist, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Although he has performed in the hard bop and swing genres, he is best known for his work in soul jazz.

        Mr. Person gained national attention with a series of albums recorded for Prestige Records in the 1960s and spent 30 years recording, performing, and touring with the jazz vocalist Etta Jones. He has more than 75 albums to his credit as bandleader and sideman.

  •     The Southampton Cultural Center will present the Counterclockwise Ensemble, a guitar, strings, and percussion quintet that plays contemporary American chamber music, on Saturday at 7 p.m. At home in a variety of genres, the group primarily plays the compositions of Rich Stein, guitarist and composer, along with pieces by Gustav Holst and Aaron Copland as well as traditional American and Irish folk tunes.

  • 30 Years of Fridays at Five
        Always a highlight of the summer season for those who enjoy quaffing chardonnay from plastic tumblers while listening to a top author read, the Fridays at Five series at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton is now ready to mark its 30th year.

  • East Hampton Village

    A call from the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center on Gingerbead Lane reported “a white male subject with a bicycle, in the bushes near the building, urinating.” Police questioned the man, who said “he was walking across the property but did not urinate.” Police warned him that he was trespassing and he bicycled away.

    A dead swan was found floating in the Hook Pond Dreen by Pondview and Egypt Lanes last Thursday evening. It is believed to have been hit by a car.

  • Family Fun Day

    Games, arts and crafts, live animals, seed planting, tastings, music, and more will be offered on Saturday morning at a free Peconic Family Fun Day at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. The fun, which is sponsored by the museum and a dozen other nonprofits, will happen from 10 a.m. to noon.

     

    Backyard Birding

  • Suffolk County

    Schneiderman to Address League

    Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman will be the guest speaker at the annual meeting of the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons on Sunday. Mr. Schneiderman, who is in his sixth and final term in the Legislature, will discuss East End issues and trends over brunch at the Southampton Cultural Center on Pond Lane.

  • Bruce Erickson, a lifelong fisherman and longtime resident of Montauk, died last Thursday at Heartland Health Care Center in Fort Myers, Fla. Mr. Erickson, who was 72, had been ill with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for the last nine years.

  • Bruce Erickson, a lifelong fisherman and longtime resident of Montauk, died last Thursday at Heartland Health Care Center in Fort Myers, Fla. Mr. Erickson, who was 72, had been ill with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for the last nine years.

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