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  • Saturday, March 8
    GIRLS BASKETBALL, state Class C regional final, Pierson-Friends Academy winner vs. Section I/IX winner, New Rochelle High School, noon.
    BOYS BASKETBALL, state Class D regional final, Shelter Island-Clark Academy winner vs. T.B.A., State University at New Paltz, 11 a.m. or 1 p.m.
    SKATING, ice show, 1:15 p.m., followed by a barbecue, and Katy’s Courage skate-a-thon at 4, Buckskill Winter Club, Buckskill Road, East Hampton.

    M. Suplicki (by administrator) to A. and L. Gosman, 97 Mulford Lane, .15 acre, Dec. 18, $245,000.
    131 Windmill Lane L.L.C. to Town of East Hampton, 131 Windmill Lane, .5 acre (vacant), Dec. 23, $585,000.
    74 Mako Lane L.L.C. to R. and L. Schlapfer, 74 Mako Lane, .17 acre, Dec. 18, $2,500,000.

    R. and U. Foulser to J. Ehlen and L. Hernandez, 85 Cooper Lane, .52 acre, Dec. 30, $1,192,500.
    J. Leone to E. Zorotheos, 137 Accabonac Road, .25 acre, Dec. 27, $675,000.

  •     Nevada is coming to Southampton on March 15 when the annual Viva Las Vegas! benefit takes place from 7 to 11 p.m. at Seasons of Southampton. The evening will include music, dancing, an open bar, and an hors d’oeuvres buffet. For those feeling lucky, there will be a Texas hold ’em poker tournament, a Chinese auction, a silent auction, and a 50-50 raffle.

  •     The Hampton Theatre Company is presenting Larry Shue’s comedy “The Foreigner” from next Thursday through March 30 at the Quogue Community Hall. The play is set at a backwoods fishing lodge in Georgia, where Froggy LeSeuer, a British munitions expert, brings his pathologically shy friend, Charlie. Confusion and comedy ensue when Froggy, to explain Charlie’s reticence, tells the other guests that his friend is from an exotic foreign country and neither speaks nor understands English.

  •     Film enthusiasts who missed Christian Scheider’s recent programs devoted to the films of Jacques Tati will have another opportunity Wednesday at 5 p.m., when Tati’s “Traffic” will be screened at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor.

  •     The Bridgehampton Museum’s Parlor Jazz series continues tomorrow evening at 7:30 with “My Charmed Life,” featuring Greg Galavotti, a singer-songwriter-guitarist, in a program of old standards and original songs. He will be accompanied by Jane Hastay on piano, Peter Martin Weiss on bass, and Richie Scotto on saxophone.

        The concert, hosted by Ms. Hastay and Mr. Weiss, will be held in the museum’s archives building. Tickets are $25, $15 for members, and are available at

  •     Guild Hall will present an encore screening of the National Theatre’s London stage production of “War Horse” on Saturday at 7 p.m. Based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo and adapted for the stage by Nick Stafford, “War Horse” is a drama about the harrowing journey of a horse from rural Devon to the battlefields of France during World War I. The production features South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company’s galloping, full-scale “horses,” whose flanks, hides, and sinews are built of steel, leather, and aircraft cables.

  •     “The Flower of Empire,” an illustrated talk by Tatiana Holway, author of a book by the same name, will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Community House. Published last April, Ms. Holway’s book describes the 1837 discovery in Guiana of a giant Amazonian water lily that influenced botany, industry, culture, and empire in Victorian England.  Admission is $10, free for members, and refreshments will be provided.

  •     Bay Street Theatre is holding auditions on Saturday for its 2014 Mainstage productions “Conviction,” “Travesties,” and “My Life as a Musical” and for Literature Live’s fall production of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Equity principal auditions will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. at the theater.

  •     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.

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