Fourth-grade opera takes on recent past
Yanddel Atariguana, front left, and Isaac Rodriguez, front right, star in “The Peacock’s Tale” as Joseph and Porfirio Goncalvez, two boys who immigrated from Portugal to Springs in 1962 and who became the inspiration for this year’s fourth-grade opera. Durell Godfrey

Yanni Giannakopoulos, left, and Malik Basnight, right, have taken on complicated woodworking projects at the Ross School. Yanni is replicating a famous guitar, Malik is building four artistic chairs, and the two friends have been helping each other along the way. Christine Sampson

Goat on a Boat will present "Gustafer Yellowgold" multimedia show at Bay Street Saturday.

Katy Graves

Members of Hamptons Humanity, include, in back from left, Matthew Burke, Sean Sloane, Greg Baum, Cooper Schiavoni, Ej Burke, Mats Grebenstein, and Isabel Peters, along with several leaders from local nonprofit organizations. Not pictured are Jack Brown, Hollie Schleicher, and Sam Anderson, who are also members of Hamptons Humanity. Hamptons Humanity