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  •     Visiting hours for George Ivan Hadjipopov, who died last Thursday, will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton. Mr. Hadjipopov lived in Montauk and was known to many as Bulgarian George. An obituary will appear in a future issue.

  • Thursday, January 30
    WRESTLING, Elwood-John Glenn at East Hampton, 5 p.m.

    Friday, January 31
    GIRLS BASKETBALL, East Hampton at Mount Sinai, 4 p.m.
    BOYS BASKETBALL, Mount Sinai at East Hampton, 6 p.m.; Southold at Bridgehampton, 6, and Shelter Island at Pierson, 6:15.

    Saturday, February 1
    WRESTLING, East Hampton at Port Jefferson invitational tournament, 9 a.m.

    Monday, February 3

  •     The first Robert Dash Discourse on Garden Design, planned to be an annual benefit for the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack, will take place on Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. at the Carlton Hobbs Gallery in Manhattan. Arne Maynard, a noted garden designer based in London and Wales, will speak on “A Sense of Place,” discussing his projects in Europe and the United States. A cocktail reception will follow.

  •     “Coretta: Promise to the Dream,” a one-woman show by Tina Andrews that dramatizes the life of Coretta Scott King, will have its world premiere on Friday, Feb. 7, at 8 p.m. at Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center. Ms. Andrews, an actress, writer, and director who has worked extensively in film, theater, and television, began researching the project in 2003. She developed a relationship with Mrs. King, the widow of the slain civil rights leader the Rev. Dr.

  •     The Lounge, a new music series featuring singers and instrumentalists, will open tomorrow at 6 p.m. at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill with Edith and Bennett. Edith Gawler and Bennett Konesni are musicians and scholars of work songs who play old-time fiddle and banjo music, Swedish dance tunes, and farmers ballads and hollers. Ms. Gawler and Mr. Konesni divide their time between Shelter Island and Belfast, Me.

  •     Clare Coss’s play “Emmett, Down in My Heart,” which was inspired by the story of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old African-American boy who was lynched for whistling at a white woman in Mississippi, will open on Feb. 22 at the Tucson Symphony Center and run through March 9. Ms. Coss’s play was named winner of the first 2012 national play contest by the Tucson Alliance of Dramatic Artists in honor of Black History Month.

  • East Hampton

    Catherine Casey, executive director of the East Hampton Housing Authority, told police last Thursday that at the end of a board meeting a resident had kissed her, adding that the kiss was unexpected and unwelcome. After several efforts to reach the man, police were able to contact him Sunday afternoon. He told them that after “concluding a productive meeting, [he] gave each and every member a hug.” Police warned him to have no more physical contact with Ms. Casey.

  • Organizers of the Hamptons Marathon have been on the go this month, handing out $75,000 of their 2013 marathon and half-marathon proceeds to local nonprofits, including the after-school program Project MOST and Southampton Hospital.

    Amanda Moszkowski and Diane Weinberger, founders of the marathon, presented $30,000 checks last week to both Project MOST and the hospital.

  • Springs School will begin its annual prekindergarten registration in the school’s main office on Monday morning, starting at 9 a.m. All children who reside in the district and who will be 4 years of age on or before Dec. 1, 2014, are eligible.

  •        Yolanda Jean Gross, who retired from teaching at P.S. 49 in the South Bronx in 1996 but continued as a classroom substitute at the Springs School and worked as its librarian for a time, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital after an illness. She was 74.

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