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HEARTHSIDE CHEER: AN UGLY SWEATER PARTY!
December 8, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Join us for food, drinks, music, and a couple of surprises! Make sure you wear your ugliest, most original holiday sweater as we celebrate the pleasures of the holiday season at the Captain Albert Rogers Mansion at Hearthside Cheer. The Greek Revival Mansion will be decorated with garlands of fresh winter greens and filled with bountiful hors d’oeuvres, sumptuous sweets, and a hot chocolate bar. Southampton History Museum,
THE WEIGHT BAND
THE WEIGHT carries on where THE BAND left off…
November 23, 8 pm
The parting wish of the legendary Levon Helm was for the music of The Band to continue to live on, and that wish is fulfilled by The Weight Band! With hits such as “The Weight,” “Ophelia,” “Tears of Rage,” and “Up on Cripple Creek,” The Band’s music continues to entertain and move the lives of millions, both young and old. This is the most authentic presentation of The Band that the world is ever going to get. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center,
FILM: TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTON
November 23, 6 pm
This biographical film tracks the remarkable life and legendary career of big wave surfer Laird Hamilton. Mixing never-before-seen archival footage, with contemporary verité scenes shot in Southern California, Bermuda and Kauai, Take Every Wave weaves the past and present into an intimate and compelling portrait of a superstar athlete at the top of his game. Parrish Art Museum,
MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
November 23 – December 9
Fridays and Saturdays, 7 pm, Sundays, 2:30 pm (except Saturday, November 24)
Directed by Michael Disher.Choreographed by Alyssa Kelly. Musically directed by Amanda Jones.
Opening the season and kicking off the holiday season, the Long Island premiere of Joe Landry’s radio version of Meet Me in St. Louis will be performed. The classic score includes The Boy Next Door, The Trolley Song and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Southampton Cultural Center,
LIGHT THE LIGHTHOUSE
November 24, Sunset – at approximately 4 pm
The Montauk Historical Society will once again adorn the Lighthouse with thousands of white lights for the holiday season. Gate opens at 4 pm lighting after sunset. The tower climb will be closed. The lights will remain on every night through January 6, 2019. The celebration will include holiday music and caroling. Santa has also promised to make a visit on Sunday, November 25. Pony Rides for small children. Montauk Lighthouse National Historic Landmark,
November 25, 1 pm – 4 pm
A celebration of cultural diversity with a fun, family afternoon that includes creative activities centered on the exchange of traditions, ideas, and stories to further advance inclusion, foster respect and ignite interaction within our community. Featured are collaborative workshops led by local visual and performing artists. Golden Eagle Art Supply will offer two free art workshops. There will be a food truck with free empanadas, bi-lingual gallery tour, family scavenger hunt, lobby project hosted by the Teen Arts Council, theater performances and more!
ALFREDO SINGS BREL, IN HIS OWN WORDS
December 8, 8 pm
Since October, 2016 and his first sold out performance “Brel By Alfredo” at Bay Street Theater, Alfredo Merat has been working on a follow-up show that is more theatrical and compelling with new songs and quotes pulled directly from Brel’s many interviews and written work. Over nine books later and hours of YouTube videos translated, the legend, his loves, passions, early retirement from the concert stage, and death in 1978 are revealed. Bay Street Theater,