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  • June 9, 1988
        This year’s Shelter Island 10K field proved to be the deepest the race has ever attracted. Seventeen runners broke 31 minutes, a 5-minute-per-mile pace.

  • Thursday, June 27
    GOLF, U.S. Women’s Open, Sebonack Golf Club, Southampton, from 6:45 a.m.
    BEACH VOLLEYBALL, opening night with informal play, Gurney’s Inn, Montauk, 6 p.m.


    Friday, June 28
    GOLF, U.S. Women’s Open, Sebonack Golf Club, Southampton, from 6:45 a.m.

  • New From Rosenblatt (et al.)
        Oh sure, it’s a group reading, but there must be privileging. At least when Roger Rosenblatt clears his resonant throat to offer up some new prose — in this case, from “The Boy Detective,” a forthcoming memoir about growing up in the Big Apple.

  •    The basilica of Sacred Hearts of Mary and Jesus Church in Southampton will be the setting for a concert by the combined St. Agnes Cathedral Choirs on Saturday at 7 p.m. Under the direction of Michael Bower, the singers are members of St. Agnes’s men and boys choir, the Cathedral Chorale, the Cathedral Schola Cantorum, and the Cathedral Singers. The Diocesan Boys Choir of Rockville Centre will also perform.

  •     Charles Ludlam’s “The Mystery of Irma Vep,” the second production in the Bay Street Theatre’s summer Mainstage season, will open on Tuesday under the direction of Kenneth Elliott. The play was first performed by Mr. Ludlam’s Ridiculous Theatrical Company and proved so popular that it ran until April 1986. A two-person comedy, it will star Tom Aulino and David Greenspan, a five-time Obie Award winner.

  •    Nicole Leon, a violinist who is an alumnus of the Perlman music program on Shelter Island, will be on stage at the Clark Arts Center there in a solo recital tomorrow night. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m.

  •    An internationally acclaimed concert violinist, David Podles, will present music by Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Haydn, Vivaldi, and Tchaikovsky at a free concert at the Montauk Library on Saturday. Mr. Podles, a native of Latvia, began playing the violin at 7. As a adult, he has toured across Europe as well as this country, appearing as a soloist with numerous orchestras and performing with numerous symphony, chamber, opera, and ballet groups.
        The concert will take place from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
     

  •    On Wednesday, the Southampton Cultural Center will host the Lone Sharks at Cooper’s Beach in Southampton in the first of its 2013 Concerts in the Park series. Each Wednesday until Aug. 28, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. there will be a free concert at either Agawam Park or Cooper’s Beach. Those attending have been advised to take their own seating.
     

  •    The Bridgehampton Museum will open its second of two summer exhibits tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibit, “Next Stop, Seaside Board,” re-enacts the boarding house era from the innkeeper’s perspective. Boarding houses began well before the railroad arrived on the East End and were an important part of Bridgehampton’s history. Julie Greene, the exhibit’s curator, will talk about the era during the opening.
     

  •     More than 100 singers and the members of the South Fork Chamber Orchestra will join together on Saturday to perform George Frideric Handel’s well-known Baroque masterpiece “Israel in Egypt” and Cantata 79 by J.S. Bach. The Choral Society of the Hamptons will team up with the Greenwich Village Singers in the performance. Both groups are directed by Mark Mangini, who will conduct. Suzanne Schwing, mezzo-soprano, and Mischa Bouvier, baritone, are known here from previous concerts with the Choral Society. Sara Paar will be the soprano.

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