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  •        Alida Hope Quintilian, a former respiratory therapist at Long Island Jewish Medical Center who retired to Springs, died at home on Feb. 12. Known as Hope, she was 85 and had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in October.

           “She willed herself to make it to her birthday,” her daughter Nancy Rosato of Manorville said. “That was my mom.”

    A. Dombrowski to Dune Crest Lodge L.L.C., 6 Dune Crest Way, .63 acre, Nov. 26, $3,200,000.
    Norman David L.L.C. to Stewartia, L.L.C., 79 Surf Drive, .28 acre (vacant), Dec. 13, $937,500.

    Second Story L.L.C. to Bridge Love II, L.L.C., 354 Lumber Lane, .19 acre, Dec. 9, $650,000.
    Halsey South Associates to T. and M. Weinstock, 100 Halsey Lane, 2.81 acres, Dec. 6, $12,200,000.
    J. Petri to 55 Ambleside L.L.C., 55 Ambleside Lane, 2.49 acres, Dec. 10, $10,200,000.


  •     Akiko Kobayashi, a violinist, and Eric Siepkes, a pianist, will perform a program of works from Beethoven to Schumann Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. Both musicians, who are based in New York, perform as solo artists and as a duo.

        Ms. Kobayashi has appeared as soloist with orchestras including the Yonkers Philharmonic, Tokyo Suginami Kokaido Chamber Orchestra, and the Berkshires International Festival Orchestra.

  •     The Montauk Library will host a free concert of Bulgarian folk music Saturday evening at 7:30. Vlada Tomova, an internationally acclaimed Bulgarian vocalist, will perform with Chris Rael, an American guitarist who plays sitar, guitarra Portuguesa, Turkish Zas, and the 12-string guitar. The program will include Ms. Tomova’s arrangements of authentic Bulgarian folk music as well as her English-language repertoire.

  •    A sing-along in memory of Pete Seeger and his wife, Toshi, will take place on Saturday afternoon at 3 at Christ Episcopal Church on East Union Street in Sag Harbor. The free program will be led by Terry Sullivan, Dan Koontz, and Bill and Ben Chaleff.

        Mr. Sullivan, who lives in Sag Harbor and is known as “the singing plumber,” performed with the great folk singer in more than 100 shows over the past 20 years, including Carnegie Hall’s 100th birthday, when he appeared with Seeger and Peter, Paul, and Mary.

  •     Performance holds the stage at the Watermill Center during the coming week. “My Voice Has an Echo in It,” a durational performance by Temporary Distortion, will take place Saturday from 2 to 8 p.m. Temporary Distortion is a New York-based group currently in residence at the center.

  •      “Vertigo,” Alfred Hitchcock’s classic psychological thriller, will be screened Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the John Drew Theater. Alec Baldwin and David Nugent, artistic director of the Hamptons International Film Festival, will host the screening and subsequent discussion. Tickets are $22, $20 for members.

  •     Styron fans, prepare for an insider’s view: Alexandra Styron will be the first to the lectern for the spring’s Writers Speak series at Stony Brook Southampton on Wednesday with “Reading My Father,” her recent book about her relationship with William Styron, who died in 2006. The free event starts at 7 p.m., upstairs in Chancellors Hall’s Radio Lounge. Ms. Styron is the author of a novel, “All the Finest Girls,” and her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and elsewhere.

  • Vacation Camp

           School is out next week, but kids who aren’t headed to warmer places or ski holidays don’t have to stay home. The Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter still has space available in its February vacation camp for kids 5 to 12. Kids will spend their days swimming, doing arts and crafts, working on team-building exercises, and more, with a possible field trip thrown in, too.

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