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  •     Anthony Molinaro, a first-prize winner of the Naumberg piano competition, will perform on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center as part of the Rising Stars piano series 10th anniversary celebration.

  •     East End Arts has announced an open call for singers to participate in the 27th annual Harvest Gospel Choir this fall.

  • Bookish Dinners
        Where renovations and expansions continue apace, as at Sag Harbor’s venerable John Jermain Memorial Library, can a fund drive be far behind?

  • The East Hampton School District’s fall adult education courses will begin the week of Oct. 8, with classes in computer literacy, Pilates, drawing, bridge, English as a second language, acting, tai chi, and defensive driving
  • More Myth-o-Mania

        Kate McMullan, a children’s book author, will read from the latest book in her Myth-o-Mania series, “Hit the Road, Helen,” on Saturday at 11 a.m. at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor. The series, published by Capstone, offers young readers an introduction to classic myths. This one is based on Helen of Troy.

  • Amagansett

    Two pairs of prescription glasses, valued at about $1,700 together, were taken from her beach towel while she was swimming on Friday evening at Indian Wells, Cathy Miller of Hedges Banks Drive in Northwest told town police.

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  •    J.B. D’Santos will direct “Barbershop, Broadway, and Beyond,” a performance of show tunes, old favorites, and original music sure to have the audience singing along, tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the former Stella Maris School in Sag Harbor.

  •    Mark Allen, the founder and director of the Machine Project, a Los Angeles-based cultural organization that organizes “vacations for plants, concerts for dentists, and car theft workshops for children” from an Echo Park storefront, will speak about the group on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at the Parrish Art Museum. Its aim is to investigate art, technology, natural history, science, music, literature, and food in an offbeat and creative manner, in diverse settings such as beaches, museums, and parking lots.

  •    On Columbus Day weekend, Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theatre will present Betty Buckley in “The Vixens of Broadway.”

       Always popular, Ms. Buckley’s shows typically sell out. In this one, at 8 p.m. on Oct. 12, she will present songs from both classic and contemporary Broadway shows. She has starred in such Broadway productions as “Cats,” “Sunset Boulevard,” and “Pippin” and has won a number of awards.

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