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  •     Tonight begins another packed weekend at Guild Hall. A stage reading of “The Whisper,” featuring Matthew Broderick, Jane Krakowski, Pamela Adlon, Jennifer Tilly, and Dayle Reyfel reading Eugene Pack’s new work about a girls’ night out weekend, will kick it off at 8. The evening benefits the Felix Organization, whose supporters were adopted as children and now work to enrich the lives of youngsters growing up in the foster care system. Tickets are $30; $28 for members, or, for prime orchestra seating and a V.I.P.

  •    Scott Schwartz has been named artistic director of the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. Mr. Schwartz is a graduate of Harvard University and a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. He was the director of “Golda’s Balcony,” the longest running one-woman show in Broadway history, and directed the off-Broadway musical “Bat Boy: The Musical” at the Union Square Theatre.

  •    The Parrish Art Museum will present “Atlantic Vibrations,” 14 short surf movies filmed from Montauk to Westhampton, tomorrow at 6 p.m.
        Michael Halsband, a filmmaker and photographer, and Mike Solomon, an artist known for surf-related themes in his work, served as jurors for the selection of the films. Those contributing to the event include Danny DiMauro and Tin Ojeda, James Kapsipis, Calvin Knowlton, Benjamin Potter, Brendan Regan, Ingrid Silva, Chris Stewart, and Christopher Thomas.

  •    The East End Hospice will once again hold its Box Art Auction on Sept. 7 at the Ross School, but it will also offer a preview of the boxes, as has become tradition, at Hoie Hall in St. Luke’s Church in East Hampton on Wednesday and next Thursday.

  • Amagansett

    An iPhone 4S was stolen from the console of a parked car on Aug. 5. Michael Scher of Springs told police he had left it in his 2012 Audi for 10 minutes. That night, he told police, he’d been alerted that the phone’s signal had been picked up from the Wave Crest motel and condominiums on Napeague. Due to the large number of residents in the complex, police were not able to follow up.

    East Hampton

  • Downward Dog, Upward Lizard

  • East Hampton Town

    Metal Posts and Sand Fencing

        The East Hampton Town Board was presented Tuesday with recommendations made by a committee that examined rules on beach fencing.

        The use of metal posts to erect the sand fencing put up along ocean dunes to trap and hold sand is banned, but they are being used in Montauk in spots where, property owners say, it is too difficult to hammer metal into the hardpan below the sand.

  •     The Child Development Center of the Hamptons, a public, tuition-free charter school in East Hampton, will have an open house on Wednesday for prospective students and their parents in kindergarten through fifth grade.

        From 4 to 7 p.m., people can tour the school, which also offers day care and preschool programs for a fee.  The school has differentiated instruction, offering positive behavior analysis and occupational, physical, and speech therapy. It is at 110 Stephen Hand’s Path.

  •     Lee Davis, a former TV producer and adman who was, in recent years, a volunteer in East Hampton for Meals on Wheels, died at home in Amagansett on Aug. 5. He was 88 and his death was due to natural causes.

        Mr. Davis, a summer resident starting in 1961, moved permanently to Amagansett in 1990, where he lived on Handy Lane. He could often be seen around town in his signature cowboy hat and bright red jacket, reading a newspaper in his car, or taking a nap at Indian Wells Beach in his hamlet.

  •     Christopher Snow, a visual artist, musician, and composer who lived in Sag Harbor and East Hampton, died on July 27 in Middleburg, Va. He was 60 years old.

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