“Archaeology From Egypt to Your Own Backyard,” a talk by Stephen Harvey, an Egyptologist and director of the Ahmose and Tetisheri Project at Abydos, Egypt, will take place Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Havens Barn at the Shelter Island Historical Society.
The East End Arts School is now offering music lessons for children and adults of all ages and levels at two locations: its main campus in Riverhead and its new satellite campus at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center.
The East Hampton Historical Society has announced an extended run of its exhibition “Living Well Is the Best Revenge: A Jazz Age Fable of Sara and Gerald Murphy.” The show will continue through Oct. 30, and two tours, led by the society’s director, Richard Barons, will take place, the first on Saturday at 10 a.m., the second on Oct. 29, also at 10. Laura Donnelly, the Murphys’ granddaughter and a food writer for The Star, will participate in the Oct. 29 tour.
On Sunday, Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater was the setting for a benefit preview of “Chapter & Verse,” a film by Jamal Joseph, an activist and former Black Panther who is now a professor in Columbia University’s graduate film program. A discussion with Mr. Joseph, who is also an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, followed the screening.
Elements Fitness, a barre and dance-fusion studio on East Hampton's Newtown Lane, will show its appreciation for local teachers and employees with a discounted barre fitness class on Tuesday and discounts on class package purchases that day and through the end of the month.
The East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society's Bargain Box thrift shop opened on Tuesday ready for the change in weather. After clearing out summer merchandise with a dollar sale last week, the L.V.I.S.
With the goal of recruiting more local residents who can produce their own TV programming, East Hampton’s public access station, LTV, has planned an orientation workshop for Monday night at its studio in Wainscott.