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  •     Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects, a Bridgehampton firm, received two awards from the American Institute of Architects Long Island Chapter at a ceremony last month at Oheka Castle in Huntington.

    27 Laurel Hill Lane to Selene RMOF II REO, 27 Laurel Hill Lane, 1.53 acres, Aug. 19, $1,987,286.
    J. Mead to M. Cohen, 558 Abraham’s Path, .8 acre, Sept. 6, $685,000.
    A. Balterman to Eminate Real Estate, 27 Pine Way, Aug. 29, $1,850,000.

    Fairhills One L.L.C. to P. Block, 4 Fair Hills Lane, .94 acre, Aug. 23, $3,595,000.

    T. Topor to D. Mitchell and G. Hally, 20 North Pass Road, .86 acre, Sept. 4, $689,000.

  • Men’s Soccer
        The East Hampton Football Club, which plays in the Long Island Soccer Football League’s third division, leads that division at 6-0-0 at the moment. The team defeated the South Jamaica Portuguese this past Sunday by a score of 6-1.

        According to the schedule, the team won’t play again until Nov. 24, versus Crete, at the Ross School.

  • Friday, November 8
    FOOTBALL, first round county playoffs, East Hampton (8) at Babylon (1), 6 p.m.

    Saturday, November 9
    GIRLS SWIMMING, East Hampton at county meet, Suffolk Community College-Brentwood, 10:30 a.m.

    Sunday, November 10
    MEN’S SOCCER,  Suffolk over-30s, Stony Brook United vs. Hampton United, Ross School, 2:30 p.m.
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL, Long Island Class B championship game, St. Joseph’s College, Oakdale, 5 p.m.

  • Evan Frankel's 11-acre estate off Hither Lane in East Hampton was his home for the last 45 of his 89 years. He named it Brigadoon, after investing in the Broadway play. The estate was sold in the spring of 1995 for $4.76 million, with the assets going to the Evan M. Frankel Foundation.

  •     Awadagin Pratt, a classical pianist who has been playing internationally for over 20 years, will perform on Saturday at 7 p.m. as part of the 10th-anniversary celebration of Southampton Cultural Center’s Rising Stars Piano Series.

  •     Lois Bender, an artist and educator, will conduct a watercolor workshop from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 at Bridge Gardens, 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton. The class, which will focus on fall foliage and holiday floral bouquet, is open to beginners and experienced artists. Students may bring their own art supplies or purchase them from Ms. Bender. The class is $45 plus materials, and prepaid registration is required.

  •     Dance Heginbotham, a performance group now in residence at the Watermill Center, will open its rehearsal process to show “Fly By Wire,” a work in progress set to the music of the American composer Tyondai Braxton.

        The performance group, which is devoted to the dance and theatrical work of John Heginbotham, a Brooklyn-based choreographer and performer, features highly structured, technically rigorous, and theatrical choreography, often set to the music of contemporary composers.

  •     The East Hampton Library is offering a free four-session workshop called “Meandering in the Mind of Vladimir Nabokov,” beginning next Thursday. The 5:30 to 7 p.m. workshop, conducted by Kara Westerman, a writer and editor, will focus on Nabokov’s “Lolita,” considering language, point of view, and the book’s transition from text to film.

  •     A screening of “Ocean Keeper,” a documentary about the Amagansett Life-Saving Station, will be held at LTV Studios in Wainscott tomorrow at 6 p.m. Produced and directed by Eileen Olivieri Torpey, the film blends archival and contemporary footage to detail the station’s 110-year history, during which it was moved away from and back to its location on Atlantic Avenue.

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