The Parrish Art Museum’s “Sounds of Summer” live music series will continue tomorrow at 6 p.m. with “The Next Level Band,” a five-piece steel drum reggae group that features the vocals of La Dawn Parris and the guitar and steel-drum playing of her husband, Tyrone Parris. The band, which performs regularly throughout the tristate area, plays reggae favorites as well as original arrangements of classics.
The concert will be held outside on the terrace. Tickets are $10, free for members.
On Saturday morning at 11, Guild Hall will host “Rothko Revisited: A Panel Discussion.” The talk will be presented in conjunction with “Red,” the two-person drama about the Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko, currently playing in the John Drew Theater through June 8. Donald Blinken, former president of the Rothko Foundation; Stephen Hamilton, director of the production; Ben Heller, an art collector, and Christophe de Menil will make up the panel. Seating will be on stage.
The Perlman Music Program is active on the East End again this summer, with several events happening during the next week. This weekend, Itzhak Perlman, Merry Peckham, Paul Katz, Roger Tapping, Don Weilerstein, and Vivian Hornik Weilerstein will join forces with young musicians to play chamber music masterpieces.
Teen Scribes to Read
Writers who have been honing their skills in Jeanette Sarkisian Wagner’s teen writing workshops at the John Jermain Memorial Library will read from their work at the library on Sunday. The young writers will share poetry, stories, and creative nonfiction from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the library’s temporary location on West Water Street in Sag Harbor.
Services for Tyler Miller Valcich, who died on Monday at Southampton Hospital, will be held at the Montauk Firehouse on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Mass will be said at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk on Monday at 11 a.m., followed by burial at Fort Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Valcich, who was 20, is the son of Mitchell (Mickey) Valcich and Valinda Miller Valcich. His sister Carin Valcich also survives.
His family has suggested donations be made to the Montauk Fire Department, 12 Flamingo Avenue, Montauk 11954.
Chris Cosich, the founder of Honor Flight Long Island and an Amagansett resident who died on April 21, will be honored posthumously at an event Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Southampton High School on Narrow Lane.
The festival and The East Hampton Star have once again teamed up with Southampton Hospital and the Hampton Classic Horse Show to give away a pair of coveted Founders Passes, which allow early entry to all films, and a range of other perks.
This weekend promises to be hot and humid, with some stormy weather in the forecast, too. But you don't have to sit inside because there's something for everyone happening in every corner of town. Have a look:
So much is happening this weekend, and it seems it's all happening in Amagansett. The hamlet is hosting several events, including a Junior Lifeguard Tournament at Indian Wells, and the Amagansett Presbyterian Church Summer Fair.