December events

Friday, December 9 - Hayground Forum: Bread and Poetry

Saturday, December 10 - Shinnecock Museum Winter Fest

Saturday, December 10 - March & Rally in NYC to Protect Voting Rights 

Thursday, December 15th  at 8pm - Caroline Doctorow with Job Potter and friends perform Folk/Roots music at Ashawagh Hall; Springs Fireplace Road, East Hampton


As always our local food pantries need help with the ever increasing demand from those who just can’t afford to feed their families. Here is a list of local food pantries:

Montauk: Montauk Food Pantry at St Therese of Lisieux, 55 South Etna Avenue

East Hampton / Amagansett: East Hampton Food Pantry, 631-324-7195, 219-50 Accabonac Road East Hampton Food Pantry hours: Tuesdays 2–6 pm Amagansett Satellite hours: Tuesdays 4–6 pm

Sag Harbor: Sag Harbor Food Pantry: Old Whalers (First Presby.) Church – 44 Union St.   631-725-0437 provides basic provisions 10:30am-1pm Tuesdays – Donations accepted at the Church.

Bridgehampton: Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center – 551 Sag Harbor Turnpike,  631-537-0616

Southampton: Human Resources at Sacred Heart Church, 168 Hill St. 631-283-6415

Island Wide: Island Harvest with HQ in Nassau County is looking for East End Volunteers. They supply local food pantries. to register and help with local food collection/distribution. 

also: Long Island Cares/ The Harry Chapin Food Bank: