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LIFE ' S GUIDE TO THE 2017 SEASON

SHABBATSHALOM

If you ’ re looking for a peaceful end to the week join with the JEWISH CENTER OF

THE HAMPTONS 631-324-9858 for their summer services at the beach . Held
6 PM Fridays at East Hampton ‘ s Main Beach , a Shabbat experience within feet of the Atlantic . Open to all . Enjoy a break from the busy world . Bring your family of all ages and stay for a bonfire to follow . All are welcome .
er , Joe Torre , Mort Zuckerman and many more try to drive one out of the park ! A great fund raiser for the Fresh Air fund , admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted . Batting practice begins at noon , the game itself at 2PM .
Now if you want to really get to know baseball in this unique area you have to visit the current exhibit at the Bridgehampton Museum , “ For the Love of the Game ”. Open now through the end of August at the Bridgehampton Museum Archives on Montauk Highway 631- 613-6730 you can see memorabilia from 100 years of baseball on the East End , all of it fascinating to any fan .
HORSING AROUND
From horsehide to horses one of the iconic events in the Hampton ’ s is the HAMPTON CLASSIC . Now celebrating its 40th year this iconic week long event is the culmination of any summer season . This year it begins August 27 and runs to September 3 . A celebration of horsemanship it features some of the finest jumpers in the world all competing for hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and prizes .
It is as well one of the social highlights of the summer with a bevy of beautiful people always in attendance . Some may well know horses better than others but all share an appreciation of the equestrian lifestyle . Admission that first day is free but $ 10 per person or $ 20 a carload thereafter . Whether you ’ re horse crazy or not , come enjoy a great food court and large shopping area . A great outing for the whole family keep up with all the news at www . hamptonclassic . com .
THAT ’ S NOT ALL , FOLKS !!
It is safe to say the Hamptons is home to more events in summer than there are literally days in the season . Large and small they blend into a tapestry of interesting things to do for almost any taste and style . It is impossible to list them all so we ’ ll take what we consider to be the best pick out what we consider to be a representative sampling of art , charity , sports and just plain oldfashioned fun things to do for your visiting pleasure .
Know you can always turn to the various local Chambers of Commerce who all post dozens of additional activities for your consideration . Bottom line , enjoy this summer of 2017 , it will be over sooner than we know !!

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LIFE'S GUIDE TO THE 2017 SEASON SHABBATSHALOM I f you’re looking for a peaceful end to the week join with the JEWISH CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 631-324-9858 for their summer services at the beach. Held 6 PM Fridays at East Hampton‘s Main Beach, a Shabbat experience within feet of the Atlantic. Open to all. Enjoy a break from the busy world. Bring your family of all ages and stay for a bonfire to follow. All are welcome. er, Joe Torre, Mort Zuckerman and many more try to drive one out of the park! A great fund raiser for the Fresh Air fund, admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted. Batting practice begins at noon, the game itself at 2PM. Now if you want to really get to know baseball in this unique area you have to visit the current exhibit at the Bridgehampton Museum, “For the Love of the Game”. Open now through the end of August at the Bridge- hampton Museum Archives on Montauk Highway 631- 613-6730 you can see memorabilia from 100 years of baseball on the East End, all of it fascinating to any fan.   HORSING AROUND 1/4H ??? From horsehide to horses one of the iconic events in the Hampton’s is the HAMPTON CLASSIC. Now cel- ebrating its 40th year this iconic week long event is the culmination of any summer season. This year it begins August 27 and runs to September 3. A celebration of horsemanship it features some of the finest jumpers in the world all competing for hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and prizes. It is as well one of the social highlights of the summer with a bevy of beautiful people always in attendance. Some may well know horses better FFW'2'WB6&R&V6FbFRWVW7G&ƖfW7GRF֗2Ч6FBf'7BF2g&VR'WBCW"W'6"C#6&BFW&VgFW"vWFW"^( &R'6R7&"B6RVw&VBfB6W'BB&vR6r&Vw&VBWFrf"FRvRf֖ǒVWWvFFPWw2BwwrF67626ࡲDN( 2Bdĵ2B26fRF6FRF22RF&RWfVG07VW"FFW&R&RƗFW&ǒF2FR6V6&vRB6FW&VBFFW7G'bFW&W7FpFw2FFf"7BF7FRB7GRB22Ч6&RFƗ7BFV6v^( FRvBvR66FW"F&PFR&W7B6WBvBvR66FW"F&R&W&W6VFЧFfR6Ɩrb'B6&G7'G2BW7BBЦf6VBgVFw2FFf"W"f6FrV7W&RशrR6v2GW&FFRf&W266Ц&W'2b6W&6Rv7BFV2bFFF7FfFW2f"W"66FW&F&GFƖRVF07VW"b#rBv&RfW"6W"FvRrwwrFVƖfR6АVwW7B#rFVFƖfRP